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Test your understanding of this English lesson

Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Hey, Jamie! ___________________!

Hey, what's up?

Marie-Claire! _____________________?

Hi, Annie. _____________________?

Hi Yasmin! _____________________?

Hey, Mark! _____________________.

Eliza! It's so great to see you! _____________________!

Good morning, Zigmund. _____________________?

Hey, Jakub. What have you been up to?

Tyrion! _____________________?

Hi, Ramir. _____________________?

Nice to see you, Jack. _____________________?

Hi, Rida. _____________________?

Hi, Serge. _____________________?

Good to see you, Hachiko. _____________________?

Hey. _____________________?

Hello. _____________________.

Hi, Erica. _____________________?

Hey, Andrey. _____________________?

Good to see you, Sarah. _____________________?


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37 Comments on “Learn 30+ ways to greet people in English”


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Hi Alex. Thank you for this wonderful lesson. I got 19/20. Thanks again and stay safe :)

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Hello Alex. It was interesting. It seems like I was first today here. :) Very long quiz :) I made only one mistake in question three. That’s why I need small clarification from you, if you don’t mind. My answer was : “How long has it been going?”. According to quiz it’s wrong. Is it so in informal english speech? I mean, was my answer totally (grammatically) wrong or not. I gave such answer because it seemed to me a similar like in the board: How have you been doing?. Anyway, I grateful to the project and to you personally for giving to all of us a possibility to learn foreign languages. I wish you all the best! Take care!

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

    Vitaly – Your idea, “How long has it been going?” is reasonable. But it is not a phrase a native English speaker would say to greet someone. If someone said that to me, I would think they are talking about something like a speech or like rain (something that happens over time). If I walk out of my office into the rain, I can ask someone at the door, “How long has it been going?” They would know I am asking how long has it been raining. If I walk into the room, and my husband is watching the governor speak on TV, I can ask “How long has it been going?” and he knows I’m asking how long the governor has been talking. I hope this helps!

    Thursday, July 30th 2020

I got 12/20 and make a lot mistakes, i will try better next time. Thank Alex

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

I got 18/20

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Dear Alex,
It was excellent; but hard exam. Thank you anyway.

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

it’s really usefel content. i have been learning so much with your videos. thanks once again Alex. you are awesome.

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Hello Alex,
thanks for the lesson – helpful as always!
But I have a question about it. What exactly is the difference between “a while” and “awhile”? Perhaps there is a lesson in engVid I can find the answer?
Thanks in advance.

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Hi everyone, hi Alex, what’s up!? Good to see ya again! Thanks for bring up one more useful lesson!
I enjoy the funny, enthusiastic way you teach.
How the expressions must be said, in the right time.
That is such a interesting thing to learn. Thank you! See ya!

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Thank you

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Thanks for interesting lesson. I know already the most part of this phrases, but get from this lesson many of new and useful information. And I’ve got 19 correct answers in a quiz.

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

Hey Alex, it’s so great lesson thank you so much,

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

Nice, i need more double time to learn more in english

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

little bit hard, there is slang in it.

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

I finally did it! :D

Wednesday, July 22nd 2020

Thank you for this wondereful lesson, Alex!!

Thursday, July 23rd 2020

Thanks Alex, I learned a lot with this lesson!

Thursday, July 23rd 2020

Love the freakin’ funny awkward pause :D :D :D so hilarious!

Friday, July 24th 2020

Amazing, Alex! How are things? Suppose, everything is ok? By the way “Same old” is a good term. Tsk for this!

Friday, July 24th 2020

Wow. This site is really great, thks guys

Saturday, July 25th 2020

I got 18/20

Sunday, July 26th 2020

how can i see the video? thanks!

Monday, July 27th 2020

i got 20/20 ezy

Monday, July 27th 2020

hi alex thanks, I got 19/20.

Monday, July 27th 2020

Thank you Alex! I thought I knew more but I really need to practice, however thanks to movies and to your class. I got 20/20

Tuesday, July 28th 2020

thanks for all you do for us teacher!

Tuesday, July 28th 2020

I got 11/20, too bad.

Wednesday, July 29th 2020

14/20. Not a great grade but I’m happy because it’s a long class and a hard test. So I guess.

Wednesday, July 29th 2020

thanks teacher

Wednesday, July 29th 2020

hi Alex , is Grammar checker is real website? plz thanks

Wednesday, July 29th 2020

hi Alex , is Grammar checker is real website? plz thanks

Wednesday, July 29th 2020

Hai alex thanks for teaching

Monday, August 3rd 2020

Even thou im english im not that good at it

Tuesday, August 4th 2020

Thanks alex!

Tuesday, August 4th 2020
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