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69 COMMENTS

I can’t believe it! I’m the first comment! I got 60 of 100 points :s. I confused several questions but that mistakes make me learn more master :). Thank you Gill!

Mati Vald

    Faster

    Mati Vald

Thank you

mohmed3ntar

Hi Gill. Thank you for this wonderful lesson. I got 100/100 in this test. Thank you so much and stay safe :)

palakshi nautiyal

Hi Gill,great lesson and very helpful for me, now i know the difference between on time and in time.

Diana0128

Appreciate your great lesson. Thank you.

YKS2020

So useful lesson! Thanks a lot!

antibiotic49

Good day Gill! Could you help me with the time’ theme.
I’ve heard it said on the BBC – “5 pm and MORE twenty” or something like that.
Would you explain this phraze.

SengVid

    Hello – I’ve never heard that, and it doesn’t sound right. Perhaps you could check and write it down, next time you hear it? Thanks!

    Gill

      Good day Gill! Sorry to interrupt. This is my mistake. I didn’t hear what the announcer said correctly.

      SengVid

I got 90 of 100 percent. I really like this topic. Thank you so much.

Sunantha Atsawakitthada

oh!I finish the cours in good time, so i have a confortable learning~~~: )

gn01792218

Thank you so much 10 of 10

Bedoasas

Thank you for useful and practical lesson. I enjoy watching your lesson. :)

Insoo Yeo

Thank you so much Gill!!!It´s always a pleasure to learn with you ;)

knopfler86

I’m so glad to join you and I’ll try daily to learn well with your great method. Thank you for your time. 🙏🏽

Carlx

This was really helpful. Thank you mam!

Sumaira fatima100

Its very nice lesson.

Pooja Saini

I got 100 % marks

Pooja Saini

Tsk Gill. As usual it is a helpful lesson. From now I understand distinguish between in time and on time. I think I need to arrive to important events in good time because I want to have time to prepare. And it’s very polite to do that I promise to people on time.

DinDim

Thanks so much for the useful lesson Gill!

Henrique Alves

Hello… I’d like to brush my speaking up. Is there anyone else who is interested in speaking to me on a regular basis?

My whatsapp number is +8801812788727.

Thank you.
Rasho.

Rasho

I got 90… tnx… u teach me a lot of things

selamina

VERY GOOD CLASS, WE NEED THIS EVERY DAY AND USE INCORRECTLY

marceucs03

Thanks a lot. It is very good lesson . It isn,t about time we learnet all these expressions?

izabel gurnet

I´ve improved my English grammar so much since I’m watching you guys. Thanks a lot to all teachers at EngVid.com

Li

thanks for this great lesson

aflouat

it was really helpful to me

HITESH MOHAN

Veey clear lesson. THANK YOU:)

OLAR

Thank you for the lesson. I got 100%.

Gwoode

I got 9/10
Thanks ❤️

Lalineenan

Thanks gill This is helping me lot as my school is closed

TheBestSiteEver

thanks it was so important lesson t
i got 60% out of 100

qiam

hello, thanks Gill, I got 9/10

SOFIGISOU

Thank you, Gill!
100 % 100

Effe

This is a very useful lesson. Thanks

Concetto

I got 90. But this is very useful. Thank you.

Nurainee Hania

great way to teach, I got 60%.very tricky quuestion some confussed but great way to logical test.Thanks

sanyasi

good lesson, very clear
thanks Gill!

CLOUD YA

Good lesson, thanks

Pedro Alejandro

Excellent! It’s simply and clearly as always. And practical.

krig

Thank you very much, Gill! This brilliant lesson is utterly useful for every English learner whatever level one has. I didn’t know the exact difference between these phrases, now I do. Just amazing!

Bra1n

Thank you Gill! That is very useful, interesting & understandable lesson. Your explanations are extremely clear!!! It is about time when I really understood almost all sentences. All the best & stay safe!!! You are very cool!!!

Sunny Voyager

Thank you so much Gill. I learned how to use about time!. It’s wonderful to me.

Abigail Falcon

thanks a lot for the lesson

Haiky59

Thank you for the lesson Gill, it’s always a pleasure to attend it.

dodik

Thank you very much for good lesson
Frankly, i enjoy your lessons.
It is very good method to learn with exercises

Loghman Abilzda

Thanks Gill. I love your accent. it is so clear to my ear:) I got 80/100. I will pay more attention.

New Eagle

So helpful! Thanks a lot, Gill.

Chloe.Lee

thanks. I learned how to use in/on time. it’s excellent.

javaxxl

Thanks It was very usefull lesson

gaboge

Thank you

airsidesafety

    It was very interesting to follow this program

    Renojr

Thank you a lot M’M

Nadjib.Blk

A very thankful for your wonderful lesson.It’s really so useful,more informative, and very clear.once again thanks for your great efforts and taking time to help us.I love your lesson as always.You are eloquent,amazing,and great mam.I do many things in time.

Prasunan

thank you a lot, i took a new lessons just in time

kimoyon

Great Gill ☆°•° I rly like your style

ELY ELY

I got two mistakes..not bad I think, thank you Gill I am really learning from you :)

Jo Espanol

As always, great lessons from Gill and other ENGVID people. I appreciate a lot and learn a lot. Your lessons, Gill, make ENglish “easy” and pleasant to follow.

Thank you

marc-ring

Thanks , Gill . I like your style , too.Hugs , GAL

GalCoach

thanks Gill for your wonderful lesson.its very useful.

mary rukshani

Thanks Jill! It was very useful! tou are a great teacher!

parosa

Thank you mam Gill.I am so glad to get 90 out of 100. I will work hard to speak english like a native.

Joykojiki

It’s very helpfull

Stavroula

Gill, your lesson is great. I’d like to ask you one question. Imagine that you are having breakfast or dinner. And your friend comes to you without invitation, maybe to talk about something important. You say ” Oh, you are in time, I’m just having breakfast. Join me.”
Is it correct to use “in time” for this situation? It’s clear that your friend can’t come for your breakfast “on time” because the time of his having breakfast differs, is not the same.
Two expressions “on time” and “in time” have the same translation in Russian language but different meaning in different situations.

khalechka

A bit confusing for me, but well I did 7 to ten right

dfantauzzi769

I got all 100! Thanks!!!!

annamagagnin

Great lesson, thanks a lot

Jaroslaw PL

These videos+quiz are very helpful. Thank you.

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