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Why gramps is not grandmother?

zrishat

    zrishat, I think the word for grandmother is

    “granny”.

    zigmund

    Because it’s for Grandfathers… For grandmother is other…

    King Kong

thank you, Gill.
I got 100 ^^

Shady abdelhamid

    What time did you leave comment?
    I leave comment at the next day but there are already have ten comments.

    angry

      sorry “on the next day”

      angry

thank you Gill
I got 80%

nabil abuamr

Very useful and clear. Thank you Gill

Paolo S

We use aunt and uncle for people older than us as a symbol of respect too. Old people we can name grandfa(ther) or grandma(ther). These words are used by children in most cases.The most respectful way for us is using the name and the father’s name of a person. Enough people don’t like when somebody is using their surnames in talking, so we can avoid such cases.
We don’t use the word cousin, instead of it we use something like “second-order( related through grandparent) brother” or “second-order (related through grandparent) sister.

Roman06

Important , new information .

Thanks for your effort .

Ali200

THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXCELLENT LESSON, GILL! I OBTAINED 10/10 IN QUIZ.
THANK YOU.

Khyber Gul

Useful lesson about family vocabulary! New words and many doubts have been clarified!

Thank you Gill!

Roberto

Hi Gill
As you have requested, I would like to inform you that the expressions ” uncle and aunt” are used as a form of respect in the most of middle east countries and societies. Also, the word papa came from the same resource ” the middle east countries”.

Hassan ABS

Thanks a lot, Gill!
The lesson is very interesting, useful and understandable.

SkyZvezda

Thank you Gill for this interesting lesson about familiy and relatives.

Chiapas girl

Thanks a lot Gill!!

knopfler86

you are my best teacher

salma merchoud

Great vocab.lesson! Thank you very much.

zigmund

“Strangled by the wishes of Pater; Hoping for the arms of Mater” (from song: Holding Back The Years – Simply Red). Yes! I always have difficulties with those terms. Thank you!

John B

Hi Gill, I really appriciated your efforts. Thanks so much.

VietNam1984

The sound of writing on the whiteboard makes me uncomfortable. (*゚ェ゚*)

ImImIm

I got 90

Dhamini

An easy lesson.

caonez

Hi Gill,
Thanks for the lesson.
In my country and in my state especially, we use words mother, father, uncle and aunt for people that are not really our relatives, too (for the purpose of respect or something like that)

mohammad177

    yes in our culture we use mother and father for old men and women and somebody of us use brother and sister for young man and women and this culture is very nice and i love it.

    fatemeh65

Thank you, Gill. This has been an interesting lesson very useful for review the vocabulary of the family.

Emilio Garcia

In Russia, uncle and aunt term a respect too.

VitalySe

Hello Gill, thanks for you lesson. But I don’t understand What pop mean? please help me

anna queen

Thank you for teaching, I got 100%

Souk

It’s January 1, the day when many people around the world announce their New Year’s resolutions.

I would like to know what type of sentence is the above one??
I mean simple, compound or complex.
Also which is the subject and main verb?

I’ll will appreciate your assistance.

Liza

LizaParvin

GREAT VOCABULARY AND EASY WAY OF TEACHING THANK YOU

rooble abdillahi

Hi Gill,
I got 9 out of 10..
Thanks anyway it’s very helpful 😊
I’ll try my best next time..
I am a pure Filipina trying to learn those things..

Myleen Labonite

Thanks Gill. I got 90

waltmed

Thanks, Gill, it was both interesting and informative. Never have heard of “gramps”!

Natalochka71

Thank you my teacher Gill💕

Slimani68

Thank you Gill. A great lesson with details.

Hasan.K

THX I love so much this website. I’ve been learning much better here than in other sites

Zuri

thanks for the lesson. it seems to be the very beginning, but it’s always good to refresh our knowledge and acquire more new terms.

thanks

armel1985

Thanks, Gill for your effort.

Eman Elgammal

    Hi can we speak to other with english to be more motivay if you want

    Ahmed sedik 1

I knew a lot about family.
I am very happy.
Thank you!

HoldenHavebeenused

thanks for your class :)

JUAN CEA

I got 7correct. thanks Gill

RitaKang

For my first try, I got 6 out of 10 because those are the new words for me.
I tried to learn this video for twice before I make sure to understand and I’ll doing quiz so then I got 10 out of 10. Anyways, thank you so much for teaching Family Vocabulary!

Chan M.

thanks that was funny

gminrun

I got 8 out of 10 marks

Ankita Tiwari

Thanks. This is interesting

wiwit

Thank you gill. It would be pleased me if you clear my doubt which is as follows”what shall i call my sister’s husband and brother’s wife. Kindly excuse me if I have written anything wrong and rectify if any mistakes are there.

Parameswara @

Thanks so much, Gill. Very useful one.

Reda Zaghloul

This lesson was very clear! Thank you Gill!

Fabio Nojoza

80 :-( but it was very instructive :-) thank you Gill :-)

Nicollas Proofer

90, I got it too.

Douyon

Nice class.
Thank you.

icaropedroso

Thank you Gill!

zode

Insformative lesson
Thank you Gill

kourchi

Thank you so much dear Gill .the way of your teaching is really good and clear. maybe it takes more minutes than the previous lessons, but in my opinion it does not matter at least it is better than being short but unclear.
LOVE YOU.

white hourse

thank you teacher .

Mohamed Tambor88

Thank you

Mujahed naji

Thank you dear Gill. you teach very well and i love your teaching.

fatemeh65

Thank you very much Mrs Gill.

Alo Diaz

Thank a lot

Rami Taha

It was an easy job for me. Thanks for the lesson and quizz.

Patrice De France

I got 100%. Thanks Gill.

Aye Mya Kyi Kyi

Thanks Gill for your patiente of teaching english.

valery1975
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