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335 COMMENTS

Great lesson! Very helpful!
“It’s” and “its” are so much clearer to me know.
Thank you.

PS:I wrote the first comment! :)

Maksim

    do u know from where i have to start

    poonam

      Poonam, just click on the box that says “leave a comment” to add your message.

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        rebecca really i’m big fan of you. i wanna connected with you. plz my mail id for facebook or skype. fhs_cse@yahoo.com fhs.cse@gmail.com….fajlul.haque3 my skype id.

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      I would like to give you some advice. For you not to have confussions on where or what to start. It is much better to start anywhere rather than thinking on where or what to start. I hope that it will help you. :)

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    Thanks, Maksim. Good for you for being the first one! My best wishes to you.

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    It’s and it’s help more different. When you use it’s that is possessive. And using it’s when it is subject of something

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    !Very usefull, thanks amillion!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Jossy

    It’s excellent website

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I really liked that lesson thanks alot.

Laila Al Hamid

Thanks a lot ma’am,now I know how could I use it. Hope that more lesson to come.

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Rebecca thank u a lot it’s another useful lesson

Mustafa

Thanks Rebecca. Could you do video about phrases

Othman

    Thanks. What kind of phrases did you have in mind, Othman?

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      Keep up the good work guys..

      Leo

It’s cool, I like this lesson. Very helpful for me and I’m really clear now. Thanks alot. :)

cholidah

thanks for this quiz

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thanks Rebecca i have learned a lot of things from your lectures……………..thanks a lot you are really Good

mashi

thnk u.

shaaanzay

it was a very effective lesson. Thanks

Inga

Ms. Rebecaa,
I use your website to learne English,so I am thankful for your kind efforts.
Just have a question:(Could you please let me know the difference between “Each & Every”, that, where should be used which of them?
Many thanks,

Abdul Samad

    Thanks, Abdul. The words “each” and “every” are very similar and most of the time either one can be used, without worrying too much. There are very slight differences in usage which you can learn by consulting a good grammar book. Here are some of the main differences:

    1) Each is used to talk about 2 or more items or things. Every is used when referring to 3 or more people or things.

    2)Each is used to refer to individual members of a group; every is used to talk about the group as a whole.

    3) Every is used with adverbs such as the following:

    Almost every boy in class was intelligent.

    Nearly every girl in class got high marks in the exam.

    As I said, there are some other subtle differences, but the most important point to remember about these two words is that they need to be used in the singular.

    Each student was intensely interested in the lecture for his or her own reasons.

    Every guitar was expensive.

    My bets wishes to you, Abdul.

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      Hello :)

      Thanks for your efforts :D I loved your reply about “Each” and “Every” :D I was so confused about the differnece but not any more ^^ Thank you so much.

      Johnny ABDO :)

      Profile photo of Djeb ABDO! Djeb ABDO!

Thank you I like it. it’s very good.

madyo

    Excellent! Only start the new sentence with a capital letter.

    It’s very good.

    Best wishes to you, Madyo.

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thans so much

sana osman

Thanks :)

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Thanks Rebecca, good class

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very good lesson rebecca. keep on making making good lessons like this one.

abbas

    hi rebecca thanks

    hi Rebecca

I’m loving this website :) hugs

Meredith

    Use gerund or infinitive for talking about the “interest and hobby”
    I like to watch this video / I like watching this video
    Not using “present continuous” :)

    wekachan

Dear Rebecca,
You are a good teacher. Your lesson was accessible and absorbing for me. Thank you very much.
Best regards, Ramil

Ramil

It´s been a wonderful lesson !!!
thanks you teacher rebecca !!

I made a lot of mistakes but not anymore thanks to your new grammar lesson

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HI it was a great lesson. i was confused about that. so thank you .if you can tell us about what is the DIFFERENCE between we`re and were both of them pronounce the same how i can discriminate and thank you.

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    Thanks for your comments.

    The two words you have asked about are completely different from each other.

    “We’re” is a contraction of the two words, we are, so you can use it as an informal way of saying we are.

    We’re late.
    We’re from Japan.
    We’re going home now.

    “Were” is the past tense of the verb to be, used in the following ways:

    You were tired yesterday.
    We were very hungry when we woke up this morning.
    They were angry we didn’t call them last week.

    Good luck with your English!

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      Thank you for these explanations and samples Rebecca. You’re such a great and amazing teacher i’ve ever had. I love watching your videos.

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THank YOu very MuCh rebecca! This Lesson Is very HElpful! I HAd a doubt But right now it’s all clear…Thanks FOr your WOnderful LEssons :D

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Thank you!!!

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it was a very effective lesson. Thanks

raja

thnks.
This lesson did help me.

Danieu

hi rebecca,i am not that good in english so that i want to learn more..you explained it very well,and keep on teaching so that more people like me could learn more..

princess

thank u very much it’s been awonderful lesson

peta

I love your teaching Rebecca.it is so intersting thank you.

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Rebeca, Thank you very much for one more helpful lesson . I’d like to watch a class about how to use the word to and for after the verbs .
When I explain about it to my students I say :

I think we tend to use “for” with a verb.
Someone does something “for” someone else. The pronouns can change.
So..
“I cook for you.” -Would be correct.
She (takes care) of you.
He (works) for him.
They (fight) for us.
We (made cookies) for you.
I (paid the rent) for them.
He (picked flowers) for her.

Now, for the word “to”…….
I think a noun needs to be with “to”
So…
I gave (a gift) to you.
Give (it) to me.
He donated (money) to the school.

With a verb “to” seems to become more of a direction.
The dog (ran) to him.
She (walked) to the park.
Make yourself comfortable to correct me .
Hugs from Brazil darling .

ricardo alessandro

    Ricardo, that sounds like a great explanation to me. Your students are really lucky to have such a talented and dedicated teacher. However, as you said, this is tricky because sometimes these prepositions are used differently from what you have explained, too. Your guidelines will help in some cases, certainly, but not all, unfortunately! The patterns are too detailed to get into here, but a good grammar book should help.

    My best wishes to you, Ricardo, and to all your fortunate students in Brazil.

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      Rebeca, Thank you very much for the praises above, but I am still looking forward to developing my English and undoubtly with your cues I will . As a matter of fact , we in the whole world are lucky for having such a great teacher like you . I will try to find a grammar book about it .
      ps: I am thinking about going to Canada to take English class with you . Do you teach there in a school or college ? If you do , please let me know .
      this following e-mail is my private one . ricardinhoalessandro1 [ a t ] gmail [ d o t ] com
      All the best to you .

      ricardo alessandro

think you so much

abdu

Great lesson, it’s worth to watch it. ;)

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It has been a pleasure this lesson, well done Rebecca. so long. by the way, I got great score.

Efrain

    Good for you! All the best to you.

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thank you very much.
i am very clear now about it’s &its.

devune

Hello Rebecca,
I just wanna ask you something…

• can you please post video about

• I’m in
• I’m off
• you’re on
and so on….
I can’t understand it very well.

Darsu

    Hey Darsu . It ‘s very easy. I will write some sentences in order to help you.
    I am in the classroom now = I am inside . I am off can be I am wrong , it is a slang from the baseball .
    There is another slang from the baseball , which is you are on the mark = you are right .
    Dear friend , your doubt seems to be abot place prepositions . You should watch Alex’s class about this lesson .
    I hope it will clear your doubt .
    Hugs from Brazil .

    ricardo alessandro

      Thankx Ricardo,
      It helps me, but still I’ve confusions about that,

      I heard when someone gets tickets for you, you say “oh, I am IN”

      When situation is weird you say “I am off” that means I am gonna get out of here.

      And I am cleared about “you’re on” thanks alot for it..!!

      I saw Alex’s video but still I need some more information for it..

      I am seeking for a lesson… so please post a video..

      Darsu

        Darsu, you are confused a little because there are many such slang expressions, where it is easier at times to learn the entire phrase by heart and review it often, instead of analyzing it.

        All the best to you, Darsu.

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      Thanks for helping out, Ricardo.

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thanks so much rebeca you teach very well please keep up.

misgina tekie

It’s been very easy…:))

cristina

Thank you Rebecca for this lesson, it’s very helpful, but I think that the first example ‘it’s disappeared’ it’s not ‘it has’ because the word disappeared is an adjective,
it’s my opinion.

Brahim VAN DER KACI

THANKS MISS REBECCA >>>>>

MR OSAMA

Thanks a lot.

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it’s useful many thanks

shahen

how can i get from the begining…
i want to all vedio from the starting
do anyone know about it

poonam

Thanks Rebecca).

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Wanted to say thanks your lessons and site have been very helpful to me. I live in Israel and grew up in Toronto. I started teaching english this year at a Junior High School where i live in the north. I teach Ethiopian and Russian children. We had a PHD Doctor of Psychology come in to talk to us about the testing she had done on 50 sample students etc. One of the main ideas i took out of her introductory lecture (there will be more) was how these children lack basic concepts. So thats what i did, typed in basic concepts in teaching english as a second language on youtube and you came up! Ofcourse, teaching english to students not surrounded by the language is different than if i were teaching back in Toronto. Inanaycase, iam not a teacher by profession, so these lessons will be very helpful to me. Bracha v’hatzlacha, Maskit.

Maskit Ben-Moshe

Thank you very much for the great lesson

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I enjoyed the lesson.

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It was a very useful lesson, I really enjoyed it
and I learnt grammer many thanks and keep the good work

james

This lesson really nice, thank you so much.
Another question I would like to make clear about the difference “lots of” and “a lot of”.
Could you help me?

william

    Luckily, there isn’t too much difference there, William, so feel free to use either one confidently.

    My best wishes to you.

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thank you for this great lesson

safa

Thank you very much for your excellent method of teaching.

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thank you :)

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heLLo!!! Ma’am Rebecca can a lesson about the difference between were and we’re…tnx a Lot! God bLess you!!!

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heLLo!!! Ma’am Rebecca can you make a lesson about the difference between were and we’re…tnx a Lot! God bLess you!!!

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    Please see my reply to ghghso above.

    Thanks, and all the best to you.

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I got 7 into 8 in quiz and that is good to increase grammar

Waseem

It’s a very good lesson & it is very useful to me..

Could you please help me with words “SOMEONE & SOMEBODY” and “SO & VERY”
Thank you

Ranju.C

thank you so much Ma’am Rebecca,because watching this lesson only i came to know that there is a difference between it’s and its. thank you very much

vanajakhsi

Thanks to all for your kind feedback. This is really an important lesson because we use these two words quite often in English and it is a very common mistake to mix up the two. So good for all of you who watched and learned well.

My very best wishes to all of you.

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It is very nice lesseson. I like it

Sajith

so very helpfull material at this site for all kinds of students. thanks….

shahbaz faisal

Hi,engvid.com is a great site,i love it,i have been in usa,for 5 month and i need to learn english,i hope this site help me. i am from Iran

Ehsan

hi,Rebeca
thank you for all lessons

Randa Awad

    thanks i blieve its very nice and very important lesson ;thanks any way and i would like to continue …………

    Osoble

hello, Rebeca
thank you for the lesson.

Irving Chi

Great lesson. Thank you for helping us.

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i like the way you are teaching the people

Osoble

It s very interesting thank you so much

Hajar

wow i was excellent in this quiz.

It’s really helpful, and i learned a lot of things from this website, i wish all the best Rebecca.

Agron

Agron

my first watched video and make a quiz

i got Thanks for taking this English quiz! Your score: 100.00 You got 8 correct out of 8.

ahmt

Very nice lesson,,,thanks

charan

8 OUT OF 8

Razaque

Thanks for the vedio. it really helps..

abshir

i mean video.

abshir

Thanks for your help!!!

Kientv

very useful lesson thankyou

Moussa

Very helpful and good presentation. Once more a big thankyou

Binu Joseph

thanks teacher, this lesson was very helpful.

aesh

Thanks a lot I really like the lesson :)

Farah

hi miss
i m ali from pakistan Peshawar.plz tell me the uses of may and might in english grammar.it make me confused. i will be wait for replay .
thanks

ali

how should i take a quiz

konsnj

please rebecca send more tutorials. they are very helpful.could u please send some on modals and conjunctions, where to use which one.it’s really very confusing

konsnj

i’ll be waiting for your reply

konsnj

hi Veronica!i have just come accross this website by accident, and i have found it very interesting and valuable; with no doubt,this will be among my favourite site for learning and practecing the language.It’s been a great pleasure.

abelkhan

could u please reply a little more fast/????

konsnj

actually faster

konsnj

Thank you

It’s useful

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its so great thanks to you effort i learn again god bless.

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I’m 5o hrs old, and now I understand. It’s been great listening to you teach.

Larry T

it’s a good lesson thanks

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i can’t understand English but i love English i like Hollywood movies and new york city u r learning me English language A to Z i copy any word on GOOGLE web site plz help me my name is nouman reply me on my EMAIL ads
noumaniphone [ a t ] gmail [ d o t ] com
i waiting for your reply me thank u…

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very thanks

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It’s a best explanation.
Thank you.

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thank!

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thanks Rebecca, I love your teaching…

Abai

Hi Rebecca. I love your lessons!!! Could you do the lesson about the difference in such words/phrases as “can”, “to be able to”, “to be capable to”. They quiet the same, but there is a difference in usage. I get confuse sometimes. Thanks an advance. It would help to a lot of your students on this website. Best regards. Natalie.

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    Thanks for your kind words, Natalie. I will try and put together a lesson on that. All the best to you.

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me I’d like her…! good explanation.

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This is a good explanation. Thank you Very much.
You’re an excelent teacher

JANNETH ACERO

They quiet the same, but there is a difference in usage. I get confuse sometimes. Thanks an advance. It would help to a lot of your students on this website. Best regards.
And if you can give me a correct form to use: Please, use this or Use this ,please.

JOSE VALERIO

Good day Ms. Rebecca, I just wanna ask what is the exact meaning of this sentence.
” Hey guys, I’m off to school now, see yah”
Is this means a person is just about to go inside the school or the person is about to go out of the school premises? Which is which? thanks in advance and more power. =)

Leonora ;)

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    It means that the person is going to school, not leaving school.

    All the best to you, Leonora.

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      Rebecca, I got it, but I don’t understand… OFF does not mean CLOSED? Or I should remember this like an expression? I’m off to school= I’m going to school? Thank you dear Rebecca :)

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thank you very much Rebecca, u r truly the best english teacher that I have ever had :)

Gustavo

Cristal! Eres la mejor !!!!!!!!!

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I have 8\8 ^^ thank you engvid for that .

nazei

I have 8\8 thank you Ms. Rebecca ^^

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It’s been very kind of you Rebecca to teach us so many particularities of english.

Andre

I would like to extend my thanks to you Rebecca, really it was useful lesson.

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Thanks so much Rebecca and that was great>>!

abdullah

what’s the vowel and consonant?

sibghatullah

    The following letters are vowels”

    a,e, i, o, u and sometimes the letter y

    All the other letters are consonants.

    Hope this helps. Best wishes.

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100% thanks!=D

mayra

It was great lesson, Thanks and God bless you

Pastor Asher Mansha

thank you for your lesson rebbeca mashallah

fatiha

Thanks Rabecca, rest of the teachers and (specially) engvid.com

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Dear Rebeca. Thank you for your Explanation!!

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Thank you very much Teacher Rebecca! :)

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Thank you teacher rebecca (:
I benefited a lot
You are clear (:

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it’s a good lesson thanks

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very helpfull

i got it all in quiz

aysha

its great..i learn a lot from it

cristy

i’ve got a perfect score…it’s very helpful..

cristy

Dear all
thank you

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it’s a good lesson thanks Tech:Rebecca

muhammed Somali

Thank you :) you are a great teacher. Score 7/8

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so awesome

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It’s very good lesson.Thanks teacher Rebeca. Lily from Brazil

Eliete

thanks rebacca, it’s very helpful to learn confused words.

Arumugam

Thank you

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Good…

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it was a very helpful lesson …. thank tou misss….!!!!

jitu

I don’t know how can i thank you.your lessons are so useful.thank again and again.

abderrahim

Hi Rebecca, All these days I was thinking that both It’s & Its are same didn’t pay much attention.Thank you very much for explaining very clearly.Great !!!!!!

tikku

Thank you
This is a good explanation

khalid

Hi Teacher Ronnie, how are you?
Well.. I’m from brazil and I have a question..
I want to know about this lesson in the video the difference Birth, Growing up and Born…
Could you help explain to me, please ?

Xandy

I am more confident to use my its and it’s now.
Thanks a lot!

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thank u rebecca for ur lesson u make understand how to us it’s and its

jalliah

this are very good lessons 4 me because i have been improving o lot my english. thanx

JESÚS

hi rebecca thanks for yuor help. i like it that was my problem now I got bettr … see u

kafi

hi madam
u r too good every word u say it just adjust in me like my soul thank you soo much

abeer

Hi Rebecca!very much impressive lesson i seen ever.thanks………..

Magray

Very good!!! I understood well. Thanks

Eliete

My thanks to all of you for your valuable feedback. It helps us here at engvid to know how the lessons help you. Please tell your friends so we can continue to grow.

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hi Rebecca
thank you
your lessons are so useful.

alaa

Thanks for my tutat mrss Rebcca.

isreil

I haven”t words to say Thankful for this lesson.
But,i want to say this lesson is very helpful me.
So, thank a lots, Rebecca. There are many peoples was helping by You. And that is bless/ prouding for you. I support you in every time. good!

Christo

Rebecca, you are wonderful teacher. I love your clear approach in teaching. Thanks allot.

Osman Elmahadi

well i didn’t watch ur vid (sry 4 that) but ur doin a gr8 job Madam. U shld be proud of urslf. U r the very meaning of a true Teacher im my country we have mostly so called wanna-bes :) Cheers

Yuppi

Thanks a lot!
I’ve learned much from your videos.

潘柏瑜

That’s very good lesson. Thank you for all teachers

Amy

thank y0u a lot

khallaf

Thanks Ms Rabicca, this is a very helpful lesson for me. Ms pleas give me a sugetion how can i improve very well my grammer?

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Thank you. I love to learn from your lessons. You make the lessons simpler to understand and to remember. Also, your speaking speed makes it much easier for students too.
If there is “it’s” how should I know that is the shortened version of “it is” or “it has”?

Thanks again for your wonderful teaching.

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Hi , many thanx , coulde you add the (Its’) to the differences , please?

Sesame Queen

thank you again for your wonderful teaching

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i want to know about how to use in,on in transportation???I’m confused.in bus or on bus???in train or on train???taxi???plzzz help me

nikita

thanks Maam Rebecca. I got a perfect score=)

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thanks a lot your the best teacher i ever know,
i am lerning english thanks fot this lesson. =)

Raso

    thanks a lot your the best teacher i ever knew,i am lerning english thanks fot this lesson. =)

    Raso

it’s a great lesson
thanks

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Thank You for clarifying the difference.

Vik

fantastic lesson,Rebacca.You are simply great!!
Love you so much!!May god bless you @ your crew.

simplechange

thanks alot

Hamada

thank you Rebecca, it’s really very helpful for writers. i would like if you can make video about consular, counselor, and consul.
thanks

Hakim

hi rebecca ur really amazing teacher.i always save ur videos on my pc because they r soo useful lessons.can i know when i can say did u see and when i say have u seen ? thanks for ur help.

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This lesson really nice, thank you so much.

Deusoni

thank you rebecca it’s a good lesson god bless you

amine

Hi Rebecca . Its the first time I approach u concerning/regarding English and I surely hope that u will help me with what I am facing with . I have a problem in knowing/understanding fast understanding and fast listening I daily face with incidents , races , cultures and different accents so I want you to help me with you guidence and kindly type me steps in boosting these both skills . I wish you will help . Bye

Jatz - le copain

i got 100% ,

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hello
that lesson very helpful for us
I got 100%
can you make anther one like that one
thank you so much

ayman

it is very help full for me i got 100% so i want to more learn thing.

ADITYA

Dear Ma`am,

You referred to the words ” My, its, your etc.” as possessive pronouns while I guess more precisely we must call them Possessive ADJECTIVES as they describe NOUNS! Tell me if I`m wrong PLEASE!
Thanks

Khosro

It’s very very understandable

Tatyana

I’ve allways problems with this!

Ricardo

Dear Madam
Thanks a lot. You are one of my teachers.

Chandima

Wow, thanks Ms. Rebecca! That was one of the most commonly mistaken words in the English language, your lesson about this is great, it’s helped me a lot! ^_^

Alfred

Keep up the good work guys. These lesson helps me a lot when I do have a doubt.

Leo

It’s really helpful for me !
Thanks !

Satyendra

thanks for your lesson.
that’s useful
in the next lesson.can you please show me the different from corporation and company?
thank you so much!^^

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IT’S a pleasure to learn english with you Rebecca. You are my fisrt teacher and IT’S great!

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    * First… Im in a hurry. Sorry :)

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very nice class thankyou very much

joseph xavier

Hi Rebbecca,It is a great lesson, but i have a doubt. for example, today’s deal. in this today has an apostrophe S. is this mean today is or today has. would you please help me to understand this. thanks.

shan

Excellent explanation.. Thanks

@julianinhamatos

hi rebedcca,

shan

Hi Rebecca, this was a very nice video.However i am confused with some other words.For example, today’s menu. is this means today has/is menu. could you help me to to understand this issue. Thank you very much for you’re videos.

shan

I always respect my teacher. But sometimes I made my test not good, and I am so upset about that. So,can you give some advice how to learn English better. I know after I see this program I am so glad because i made another good teacher who is rebecca.hihi

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thanks rebecca! I got 100 on quiz! That’s because you explained it well.

olive

it,s agood way for understanding

m. shahin

Why is ‘at’ used before ‘night’ not before ‘day’ ?

Abadhuta Bishi

I could not had scored 100% if I did not see your well prepared video lesson. Thanks.

Md Hilmi A

Thanks Rebeccal, your teaching skill is very good, i often used to watch your video, thanks a lot again!!!!!!!

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well done teacher,your lesson is very useful.thank you for being tired. thank you again

kawan

thanks Rebecca,it was very nice class,difinitly it will helpful,thanks alot

mumtaj ahmed

hi Rebecca, how are you ,please i want to learn how to use more than one tense in the same sentence becuase i fall in dilemma when i want to use more than one tense in the one sentence .like how to use present with past ????????????

rany

Your explain very clear to me
Thank you very much :)

Rasha

Thanks Rebecca Teacher for explaining the grammar. Actually i had always confused on the above topics .

ziaurahman

thank you …i lik you

ibrahim alanazi

thank u

lk khan

hi madam, plz differentiate between sitting or seating also explain about examination roll number are write in the class room are sitting or seating.

chandrawati

hi rebedcca,
It’s really helpful for me !
Thanks !

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Thanks Rebeca for the lessons you are very didactic

Raul

Dear Rebecca! Thank you very match!

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Hello :)

Thanks for your efforts :D I loved your reply about “Each” and “Every” :D i was confused about the differnece but not any more ^^ Thank you so much, it was a reply to Abdul Samad’s question ^^

Johnny ABDO :)

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Hei Rebecca!
It´s been a good lesson 
:-) Lene from Denmark

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Hi teacher!
Thank you so much.
It’s been so great for me.

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I’m so glad that i answer all the questions correctly.. It really give me confidence to continue studying english and to improve more my skills in english..

Dekz

I appreciate Mrs Rebecca’s lessons. She is a talented teacher. Great!!

sabato

thank forrebecca

mostafa

hi ms.rebecca
i just want to say thank you coz i really enjoy your lessons & i’ve learn a lot. have good day,godbless & your family always…:D

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Thank you best teacher
my question is how I can use (So far)? because I heard those speakers used it many times!!!

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Dear Rebecca!
I really like your lesson and it’s really useful. just a little thing, i want to ask teacher about the comma above in the word ” it’s” (is it right?). can you help me in typing that word, and can you explain a little about it with “comma”. Thank you so much!

minhhanhkd4

it’s very nice lecture so that a good appreciation is its right :)

azim

Thank you !!! :) :) :)

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mam Rebecca!
you are my fav teacher ..your lessons always very useful it really helps …one day i will be able to talk in english becouse of you love u teacher <3

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it is useful lesson thank you

Layth

Thanks a lot Rebecca. Now I understand the differences better.

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madam ae these usages correct “i am cross with you ”
“light is out” (power failure) “you may be done for” (curse) pls help me

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Thank you so much!

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Thanks for the lesson, Before I was very confused.
Thanks Thanks Thanks.

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Thank yo so much for the lesson teacher.
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Jyoshee Dolly

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Rebecca .. May God Bless you! you make grammer really easier, I speak and write english since I born, but never know why I use this or that! But now it’s good to understand the difference between both of them ;) …

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Great lesson. it’s very useful. thank you very much Rebecca for your good performance. I like your way of speaking to students. very calm which make us understand quickly. Once again thanks for the class.
Best Wishes
Thomas
East Timor.

thomas161087

Thanks

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Really thank you so much

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thank u very much :)

fahs

thanks miss rebecca but i still confious about it and its.please help me

raddy

i got 7 out of8 thanks rebecca and wonderful lesson i like it.

sahra

Rebecca, nice to meet you! You speak wonderful and you look wonderful. It’s been a pleasur!

Irina

I didn’t expect that I have so “nice” face. How to change this smiley?

Irina

    Sign up for an account on the site (there should be a link in the top right corner of the page) and you can change your picture to anything you want!

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Alot of thanks teacher Rebacca
could you till me when we usge every and all . i have confusion.thanks

Ahmad

thanks for your benefit lessons .i have some tims confusion between (all,every). i hope to help

Ahmad

I have a few question relating to this lesson.

I understand: it’s and its. What is the correct writing of plural possessive nouns? For example: girls’ books, brothers’ cars, dollars’ value. Look plural possessives do not have s letter at the endings only apostrophe. How to be here?

Also in addition, I have to write formal letters. As I understand correct writing for singular possessive nouns is to do not use apostrophe in singular possessive nouns: Johns query, works samples. Is that correct for a formal letter or should I use: query of John, samples of work? Again what is about plural possessives in formal writing?

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Thanks for this very helpful lesson. but a confusion has raised; if it’s mean it is / it has (e.g. It is raining/ it has been raining) and its mean someone belongings (e.g. yours book) then why we use today’s? is that mean today is/today has (e.g. in today’s modern world….) I suppose it should be todays….but why not?
hope I get my answer.
thanks once again for such important lesson.

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Thanks 4 a nice lesson

Nyla

Hello!
What is the difference between ” in time” and “on time”
Thanks

Adel Alcebai

Thanks a lot Rebecca

Yahya

Hi Rebecca,
We believe that all the countries in the world are referred to a female. Can you make us sure about it? Your lesson is very useful and it made us sure about it.
thanks a lot

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Thanks a very very this a
Rebecco

ibnu salaam

Thank you! for this lesson,It’s my pleasure to learn next step.

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Thanks for your good lesson, Rebecca.

sovannaranou

WOw! Thank you! IT’S really helpful. I realized that i’m using both it’s and it in a wrong way before.

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Hello rebecca that lesson was very useful, please talk to me if the american don’t like of the brazilians is it truth ? ( cause I’m wanting go to united states of america,but if you don’t like of the brazilians I don’t go please talk the faster possible !!:) thanks a lot

brazilian

Thanks. It’s really a good lesson. Now I think I will not make mistake.

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it is very confusing for beginners but u explain very well thanks

princejani

I have got 8 correct out of 8
It’s really helpful for me

Jamy

my score is 100,great lesson,thanks

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I’m Haitian,I finally understand how to use it’s and its,so thank you very much for that. I can say that it’s very useful and and this video explain everybody the lesson on it’s own way…

BERNARD josue

thank you for this lesson, it’s very easy to understand and clear

yassine

Thank you!

yasuko

it’s a very good lesson and it is a very useful to me.
could you please help me 2 sentences using “used to” and two sentences using “still”

Thank you……

jhun

thanks teacher rebecca. i got 7 correct out of 8

jhun

Hi Rebecca,

Thank you for your lesson. I am doing PhD in Computer Science (first year). I just wrote a paper for a conference and got confused during my writing about correct English usage.

This helps a lot. Keep up the great work.

Thanks,
Mrunal

Mrunal

Thank you very much!!! You are my favourite teacher!

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Thank you very much
I am grateful to you

Reham2

Thank you very much
I’m grateful to you

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Awesome lesson. I have always been having problems with that particular word myself. I still got one mistake, but I learned a lot from this video lesson. Thank you very much for teaching it to us all.

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You are a great teacher.

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waw I’m getting 8 correct out of 8 :D

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Great!

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Hi Rebecca, it’s a little difference between the words that change completely sense of the phrase. Great lesson for me. Thanks!!!

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Thanks a lot Rebecca. You are a great teacher. But I have a doubt, my/ your/ his etc are adjectivs not pronouns. All my best. Ciao

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100! Great lesson!
Thanks Rebecca!

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Thank you Rebecca. :)

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I got 100% in this lesson and I really enjoy your lessons. When ever i study English, I’m using only video lessons,it’s yours video lessons only .Thanks very much and can you teach about “only”?

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Thanks my teacher! Great lesson..simple lesson it’s usually a common mistake we make! Now I do understand!

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This lesson did help me.

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thank you very much

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Thank you Rebecca. It’s been very useful to me.

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It’s a great lesson,you have done very well video lesson.It’s useful for me,THANK YOU

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During the lesson, the “its” mind map, there is one sentence which goes like Each country has its own flag,but can we also write their instead of its?

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Hope u understand!!

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good job……..carry on.

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It’s a beautiful for me to have full mark in this quiz.
Thanks a lot to my teacher Ms.Rebecca

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Good lesson. Thank you…

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Hi teacher Rebecca, I really enjoy your lessons. I am not good in English that is why I am here. I want to learn how to speak English correctly. I like the way you discuss the lessons because I could understand you. Thank you Teacher. God Bless.

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Dear teacher Rebecca, thanks for your teaching!

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Thak you Rebecca.

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thanks Rebecca for the nice lesson, I got a score 8/8 …

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thanks . now i know the differences between these 2.

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The lesson is very great **** Thanks rebecca

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Earlier I did some errors with “it’s and its”. Rebecca has explained me this topic clearly.

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Hi Rebecca. I took the quiz. However, I got one of the questions wrong.
Have you seen my rabbit? I think ___________ run away!
I answered its instead of it’s. This question confused me because I thought the rabbit was used as a possession noun. Please help me understand this one. Thanks

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Dear Rebecca,
It’s true, each language has its own peculiarities.
Best regards.

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Is this possible?
Example
It is dog’s house.
It is its house.
It house is it.

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Is this possible?
Example
It is dog’s house.
It is its house.
It house is its.

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    I don’t know if it’s possible, but maybe I can try to help you out with it. Lol

    It is dogs house: This may be possible.
    – It’s a dogs house.
    – It’s dog house (Not so sure)
    – It’s a dog house.

    It is its house: I’m not sure if this is possible.
    – it’s her or his house.
    – It’s their house.

    It house is its: I can’t even understand what this sentence means. Lol

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Thanks , it’s very helpful :D

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many thanks to you Rebecca.

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Great lesson. Thanks!

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Nice got a 100.

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I’m happy to understand difference between it’s & its. Thank you Rebecca.

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i got 7 out of 8

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Thank you very much mam. Now I can teach my kids.

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Thank you

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Thank you Rebecca for this very wonderful lesson. Now I know how to use and the difference of it’s and its. Because I don’t know how to use its in the sentence before. After I saw this very helpfull video of yours, I now know how to construct a sentence using its. Yeah I know that I sound funny but i do not care about it. Because I want learn. By the way i’m from the Philippines. :)

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Thank you, Rebecca!!

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Thank you , now i understood

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thanks Rebecca for this lesson its completely cleared.

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thank you very much Rebecca you’re a great teacher, I already knew that but it’s my first time to know that (it has been became :it’s been)
thanks a lot for those information.

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You got 8 correct out of 8.

thanks.

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Thanks!

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Thank you so much. You really help everone. I absolutly love you class.

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Hi rebecca.I Have a question, could you tell me, how can I recognise defernce of a He’d (He had) and He would (He’d) in the sentece.

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Thank you, Rebecca, good class

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I am honestly very thankful to you for very useful and helping lessons. I can not take a single name, which is the best among you because you are all the best teachers. I love to learn more about how to write academic research papers. I am a newbie in the English domain. Although I knew English, now I am learning how to write. Please make some specific lessons concerning research papers.

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100% thanks 💕

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Thank you so much for the tutorial!

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woooow so amazing i don’t know to separate its and it’s but right now i know it although i lost two answers so thank you rebecca

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A very thankful for your great teaching mam!You are a great and amazing teacher.It’s very useful and so clear.such an interesting lesson.I love your lesson as always.

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