lastly. Learning English doesn’t have to take hours. Sometimes you can just learn a little each day easily. Take your English to the next level, practice these expressions on the quiz, and start using them in your English conversations!
Hello Benjamin .
Thank for this lesson .
can I use “latter” to speak about the last word of an enumeration list of more than two words .
I learnt something new because of you. Thanks so much!
?thanks so much
Thanks for this lesson Benjamin. I confess that I made some confusion in some words.
This helps me alot! thank you so much Mr. Benjamin
Lastly, I can understand how difference between ‘lately’ and ‘lastly’. Not only those 2 words but I also have got ‘outlast’ and ‘latter’ in my flashcard lists. Thank you very much!!
thank you for this lesson.
thank u Benjamin that was a good leason. greets from colombia
Interesting, short and useful lesson ;)
what an interesting topic
They are very similar expressions in form but with a little touch or nuance in meaning, therefore you can doubt and make some mistakes with them. I think I will have to watch the video class again, it has been short but with intensity. Thanks a lot, teacher Benjamin, this lesson is a good gift or present from you.
Very useful lesson!!! Thanks a lot
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Thanks Benjamin!!! I had been confused as using these confusing Words,however lastly I know the differece between them. I am looking forward to see more videos from you.
Thanks teacher! It was so practical and easy to learn.
Thanks for this video. It helped me a lot!
Thanks, Benjamin, I was not familiar with the words, LATTER and OUTLAST.
For women, we use all the time “Ladies First” but when it comes to death — they are outlasting. So funny.lol
this is so good. thanks, benjamin
Very helpful lessons, I got 10 correct out of 10! Thanks a lot Benjamin!
Thanks, very interested object
Thanks very much to this lesson.
before this video, i believed the english language just have a 3 types of “last” words
Thanks sir it is a fruitful lesson
Great job, Benjamin. Thank you so much.
I got a perfect score..thanks
It is very good to master the easy topics in order to be fluent in English or any other language
Thank you! It will be good if you can give more examples in the next time:)
Thank you, Benjamin. I really like your lesson.
Good job,I make the score 100.
thanks!!! useful video!!
Great job! Thank you ..
Thank you Ben.
Thanks for explaining effectively :)
I’ve got only 50 of 100, it’s awfull ((
Thank you so much Benjamin!
your accent is very wonderful, thank you
I don’t understand what latter means still
wow :) i didn’t understand some means of these words but i got 10/10 :)
thank you so much it really help me to distinguish between the words
Very good lesson,Benjamim. Your accent enriches it. Got 10/10.
Benjamin, I have 10/10. It means You’re very good teacher!
Thank you for the lesson
For the first time i watched you,but i enjoyed a lot. useful lesson and nice presentation, thank you very much
Very good lesson. Thank you very much.
This is another important lesson of English grammar. I am glad, I got 100 scores. Thank you, Benjamin!
Thank you Mr. Benjamin for a good explanation of the lesson.
Thank you MR. Benjamin.
Thank you very much
I got full score! ? :D
Thanks a lot,Mr.Benjamin
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