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The only thing that I can do is to say thank you teacher Emma for this information I learn and enjoy a lot:)

Emily1973

    me too:)

    lokkdogg

      This lesson is helpful, thank you.

      tsovoh

      Interesting topic for a video-lesson Emma.

      Abbreviations are always taken for granted in language courses; that is why oftentimes they are not used correctly.

      The examples provided in the lesson allowed me to understand much better the meaning of these abbreviations.

      Just one question Emma, is RSVP really an abbreviation in its rightly sense?

      What does RSVP stand for?

      Thanks for sharing this video-lesson with us Emma.

      RSVP

      Regino

        RSVP stands for ” répondez s’il vous plaît” in french.

        LuisTremont

    Bro I got 10 out of 10. Me too.

    student2008

    Yeah me too, thank you teacher Emma :)

    candiigurlxx

    I agree with you. I also learnED what some abreviations stand for and enjoyED the lesson a lot.
    Regards

    Regino

    I agree with you!

    Excellent

Thank you! I didn’t know about BYOB and RSVP before.
But don’t understand why RSVP means “please reply”. How deciphe each letter in RSVP?

KittyKatty

    It’s from French: Répondez s’il vous plaît

    tamara97

      Thanks, Tamara97!

      KittyKatty

      now i understand it so Please Reply not equal it :)

      ibrahimsen

      Thanks Tamara97 that you are very intelligent girl .

      steven

    I think RSVP comes from the French expression ‘répondez s’il vous plait’. Its first word means “reply” and ‘s’il vous plait’ means “please”.

    Olma4000

      Thanks, Olma4000!

      KittyKatty

    RSVP is a French abbreviation for “ Répondez S’il Vous Plait“ and then you can get each letter RSVP :-)

    patple13

      Thank you very much, Patple13! It becomes more clear for me. I didn’t know that RSVP is a French abbreviation)

      KittyKatty

        it’s better, if you don’t use “)))” all the time. Only Russian can understand that ;)
        Well, and Ukranian also

        tamara97

          and Turkish also )

          Jumu

    RSVP=Repondez S’il Vous Plait.

    szt1980

Emma, why you didn’t say about IMHO? It’s very common english abbreviation in our country))

KittyKatty

    What does it mean KittyKatty? I’ve never seen nor heard about IMHO, please help me out! :)

    EngBadStudent

    By the way Kitty, what does IMHO stand for?

    Regards

    Regino

      It’s a variation of “IMO” and it means “In My Humble Opinion”.

      Evaldo Mendes

        You are absolutly right, Evaldo Mendes! But russians it often use in opposite meaning. In our language it sounds like “Imeu mnenie hren osporish” and it means that the speaker confident in his opinion))

        KittyKatty

          Hi, KittyKatty. I like Russian language very much but I didn’t know this translation. What ‘hren’ has to do here by the way? It is a plant, right?

          I found another Russian translation of IMHO: “imeu mnenie, hatshu ozvutshitsh”. Cheers.

          hiubhp

          Hi, Hiubhp! Thank you for question! I’m very glad to know that you are intrested in Russian language!
          “imeu mnenie, hatshu ozvutshit” is one of the numerous variations of IMHO. But “Imeu mnenie hren osporish” is more rude and “hren” is a slang in this context ))
          But you are right! Usually it means a plant.

          KittyKatty

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:) before watching the video! LOL

Rahul Ji

Thank you teacher Emma I really liked your explanation but btw aren’t there some other common abbreviations? And I’d really appreciate whether you explain a bit more about “RSVP”. Does it come from another language perhaps?

EngBadStudent

    It comes from French: “répondez s’il vous plaît”, which means “answer, please”.

    engVid Moderator

I didn’t know about “PIN” stands for “Personal Identification Numbers.” Also “RSVP”…the meaning is short (please reply) but I think the abbreviation form sounds long just a little. I wonder why? I like the abbreviations. Thank you, Emma :)

Happy04

good morning. thank you very much. I appreciate you. You are wonderful

khalidse10

Thank you Emma! This lesson going to be very useful when I need writing emails in my job!

garcili

Interesting topic for a video-lesson Emma. Abbreviations are always taken for granted in language courses; that is why oftentimes they are not used correctly.
The examples provided in the lesson allowed us to understand much better the meaning of these abbreviations. However, is RSVP really an abbreviation in its rightly sense? What does RSVP really stand for?

Thanks for this video-lesson Emma.

RSVP

Regino

RSVP refers to french: Répondez S’il Vous Plaît (RSVP), and means: answer back please.
I hope this can help. :-)

manu666

    thank’s a lot,Emma,i got 100.u are right,RSVP that is Répondez S’il Vous Plaît (RSVP), and means: answer back please.

    Igor188

    Really? I didn’t know that! Thanks for your comment on this Manu.

    See ya ’round!!!

    Regino

im a complete disaster i got 7 correct out of 10

adolfomxl

thanks for you teaching!!

nirvana06

thank you very much)

Muslim(Salyaf)

thank you ..

Hossam.adlan

10 out of 10. Thank you. Emma

Tsengel

Very interesting :)

Thank uu Emma

zanouba

Thx Emma, have a nice day :-)

Bobby

What about the famous AKA ? as knowon as….

Jorge Pedroso

Thank you

Mehran Sky

90%

Abdul Qayum

R.S.V.P. stands for a French phrase, “répondez, s’il vous plaît,” which means “please reply.”hhe

Bilegt

    Many of abbreviations stand for french or latin (e.g ; i.e ; A.D , etc :D ) because of English, in some ways, is rather like a dialect. For nearly three hundred years, from the year 1066, it was not a written language and was only spoken by the common uneducated people. The aristocracy spoke French, whilst the Church spoke Latin. Before 1066, English and its grammar were similar to German. During the three hundred years, it lost most of its rules because, when uneducated people speak a language, they do not always keep to the rules. In this way English became a fest and expressive language: very easy for a foreigner to learn at the beginning of his studies. When English became the official language of England once more, it took many words from French and Latin, which gave it the largest vocabulary of any language. Today it has a vocabulary of over half a million words.

    kroy

Thanks AJ Emma. It helps alot.
I think you should give more e.g.

Phitt

thank u

isis1

BYOB could stand for Bring Your Own Bottle. It can be a bottle of beer, wine or vodka depending on which belt you belong to ;-)

hiubhp

More abbreviations for written English:
C.C. : sent to
cf. : compare
et al.: and others
N.B. : note well
P.S. : notice

Atef

    Some corrections are required in your post.

    CC means Carbon Copy. It does not mean send to. It means you are sending someone a copy for his/her information.

    PS means Post Script. If you forget to write something in the body section, you can include that information after signing the letter/writing your name. For example: PS: Please bring some markers as well.

    Thanks!

    doctor.english

      Hi Doctor,
      I am pleased with your comment, but there is a difference between the “meaning “and “standing for” .You have written “CC means” and “PS means” and you have meant ” standing for “, but my meaning is exactly your meaning. Sincerely.

      Atef

I got 10 out of 10. thank you Emma!

ivanann

90 per cent, It´s great,
but a need to better more!!!

Alex Rocha

thanks you very much dear Emma:)

ismailine92

thanks Emma :) :)

Amira K. Elnagar

I am Emma student

jamalalotri

heeeey…there is a mistake!! I am sure that I have made 100%.-

Diego Andres

by the way, thanks Emma!!

Diego Andres

Does platypus lay eggs??????????

aliorvicky

    Absolutely it does. Actually every crature living in Australia is somehow weird. Try to walk with your head down :-)

    hiubhp

    Hi Aliorvicky, hope this info may help:

    Platypus, an Australian mammal animal:

    An Australian animal that is covered in fur and has a beak like a duck, WEBBED feet (= with skin between the toes) and a flat tail. Platypuses lay eggs, but give milk to their young.

    Regards

    P.S. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (2012).

    Regino

    So, the answer to your question is:

    A: Does A platypus lay eggs?
    B: Yes, it does. PlatupusES lay eggs.

    Have a great weekend!!!

    Regino

      It’s so interesting , thank you Regino

      aliorvicky

Thanks Emma.

I would like to ask you a question, though not regarding the lecture but related to my English learning.

Problem is, when I write English essays or write on any topic, I can write long and even complex sentences very easily with out making mistakes of grammar and can use strong or high level words But while speaking, either on phone or face to face I cannot speak even a very short sentence correctly. I forget even low level words to complete my conversation.

This is very serious problem for me. kindly guide me through this and tell me how to tackle such conditions……..

Thanks again. You are my favorite teacher.

Naveed

    I have a pretty similar problem! But here’s what I’m doing and it is giving me interesting results;
    The more you listen, the more you’ll speak.
    Listen to talk shows on the radio, all day long if you can.
    There are no English radios here where I live,
    so, I’m using an MP3 player with Podcasts.
    This is an even better solution because I can repeat the difficult parts.

    The next tip is kinda weird; talk to yourself!
    Speaking with other people is a lot better,
    but you’ll won’t have enough time to practice your weak points.

    Try to keep the conversation going for as long as you can, ask yourself some questions,
    (directions, help, information)
    eventually you’ll get to a point you’ll won’t have the answer and the conversation will stop;
    this is the point you must improve!

    Evaldo Mendes

      Thanks Evaldo!

      Naveed

I’m a new student

Titu Mizan

Emma, Rebecca, Alex and Adam I admire you so much.

esmtco

Emma, Rebecca, Alex and Adam I admire you.

esmtco

Tnx!

Gallogher

Thanks Emma.

Dina

Thanks a lot

Mohsen1993

I can not thank you enough Emma and I hope if you do more lessons of Abbreviations like this as soon as possible

ibrahim1435

Does svp comes from french?

macglover

Thanks alot

Kareem Elgebaly

Hi Emma,

Good work. I would like to add the origin of some of the abbreviations which was somehow missed. I hope that will help the learners.

E.G. is an abbreviation for Latin phrase Exempli Gractia meaning “for example.”

I.E. is an abbreviation for the Latin phrase id est meaning “that is.”

ETC is an abbreviation for the Latin expression et cetera meaning “and other things/and so forth.”

RSVP is basically a request for a response (attending and not attending )
from the invited person/people. It is a French etiquette adopted by the English. Thus, in French it is répondez s’il vous plaît,

Thanks,
Dr. R.J

doctor.english

    I hate to admit my ignorance, but this is an excellent cure for it Dr. English, no doubt about it.

    Thanks for sharing this information with us. It made me feel much better; hope I can get over from it soon.

    See you around!!!
    Regards

    Regino

think you emma for lossons and i hope to meet you someday

braveman

thank you Emma, you are wonderful :)

ilia748223

thank you very much .

mohamedelmahdy

Thank you for this good explanations.You are realy good teacher.

Kickboxer

The best teacher and very useful lesson,thanks for your efforts

booodi22

Thanks Emma.

volkan67

Thanks Emma.

usman654

c1. chemistry is involved directly in all the drug discovery stage.
c2. chemistry is directly involved in all the drug discovery stage
teachers !
can you tell me which one is true !!? and i want to know the explanation of your answer !
thank you, thank you in advantage !

le hung

Thanks you very much!

Ha leo

Thank you. One more lesson ASAP!

Sidney

Thanks.

ezzaher

That’s would be great opportunity

Titu Mizan

Thanks a lot

Wael Rashed

hi emma, i got some new words from yr lessons, thanks a lot

bungmukhlis

thanks Emma

hekal mai

More lessons about chat / discussion abbreviations (IMHO, NIMBY, WTF etc.) or profesion (CEO, FCO, EHS, HR, HS etc.)
Thanks!

kristufino

TESTIMONY CORNER

Dearest Emma and team,
First of all I’m sorry for this delay , 2013 sept I appeared for my IELTS exams.

I prepared all by myself with the help of engvid.com and I scored 7.5 overall

Listening – 8.5
Reading – 7
Writing – 7 and
Speaking – 7.5

Thanking the whole engvid.com team for being my Mentor, I would always take the pleasure to refer your site to many of my friends who are preparing for the test.
GOD BLESS YOUR TEAM

rinialfred

thanks alot for this lesson

ahmadahmed

lovely teacher Emma

Huge thanks

Tammam

thanks

Shukur

good test

eng.aziz

100% and my doubts are resolute

Rodrigochavez

Thank You for interesting and useful lecture :)

szotkow

i don’t know the abbriviations this words RSVP and BYOB. thanks for the solvation of my problem

prasadpatnala

Does ATM also mean “any time money” ?

Abubaker Kiari

Thanks Emma. I have always thought that Canadians use the word ABM
instead ATM.

gbudny

This is the best site of English Teaching in the world, and you and Alex are my favorite teachers. Thank you for this useful information!

Sally S

thank you emma i think it’s eazy

hudanada

    Easy It is not eazy :D You have A Lot Of Mistakes

    moahmedchalo

this vídeo lesson complemented other abbreviations that I´ve saw in others lesson sites and in comments of youtube and facebook

grazisil13

Thanks good teacher.Will explain one day about Pain-sore-hurt.I could not find any lesson on these word.Or you can email to me.www.davebrarmission@yahoo.ca. Please reply.
Dave

Dave Brar

Thanks Emma, It helped me a lot and I did not know most of them.

mohsini

Thanks a million Emma .

asala

Are there any more important abbreviations?

turkishman

Thank you teacher

falah tawfeeq

thank you emma,, it is usefull..

riyanbppk

THNKS ALOT

bahaafakhry

Thanks Emma

arnab

Hi Ms. Emma,
When do we use “will” and when do we use “be going to”? Thank you in advance.

Atef

    we use “will” to say what we expect to happen. We use it when there is no particular plan or intention. We use “be going to” to talk about what we intend to do in the future. I’m going to…is more definitlely than I will

    sweety-Kett

Hi Emma.thanks for this lesson.

tutte

great lesson by u..!

Sarath Alokam

90% That was a helpful lesson.
I didn’t watch ”possiblity” carefuly, so I made an easy mistake in question 1.
I am really ashamed.I hope I don’t make such a foolish mistake.

KOKKE

Hi emma,Thanks for this helpful lesson.

nejjamhamid

90% because I didn’t paid real attention to the first question hahaha! My fault! But this video it’s definetily helpfull! Thanks Emma!

María Luisa

THANK YOU SO MUCH

vnkumar

RIP, BAY

bundersvaguen

hi Emma,i really thank you for this information because i got trouble with this in past..

davidbulla

Hello Emma, I am believe I am moving on the right track.I gave got 90.

chisengakunda@rocketmail.com

I got 10 out of 10. Thanks Emma and the whole team of EngVid ! All the lessons are profitable !

oscargutierrez502

Thanks Dear Amma,
you always amazing

Haimmi

awesome,Ms. Emma could i get your email address please ,

your quick response will be appreciated

thanks alot

oboor

THANKS A LOT, EMMA :]

vicho

Good morning) I don’t know where I can ask someone about mzy question) but could you explain me, how we need use the world “ya”?

KseniiaStetcenko

Thanks a lot Dear Amma.

talipcobanoglu

Thank you very much

raaid

i didn’t visit this website for a long time . i really miss my teaches . thank you so much Emma ur lesson was helpful

vixi

Thanks Emma.It was my first lesson. I really enjoyed it.

sakata

RSVP: Répondez S’il Vous Plaît (French: Reply, If You Please; commonly seen on invitations

jmossorio

Very nice lesson!

GABRIELARBARROS

very great lessons!

peterchen

Thanks a lot, I got a total.

Devevas

Thank you Emma :)
Common one abbreviation what I using quite often when someone asking to send something on the email, I just attaching file and text on the email FYI – For Your Information :)

Dovexxx

    is there any one who join me on skype id and talk to me so that i learn by him/her.
    i will be very thankful to who give would give the preciuos time.thank u

    malik asad

    Thanks! Dovexxx, Greetings from Peru.

    sergioastorga

Thank you Emma. :)

CedomirP

Thanks!

Julia9688

take care Emma~ we love you ^^

Gloria Lee

Thank you..

Angel

10 of 10, thank you so much, but how can i practice my speaking ?? now i just talking to myself, it’s the best way 55 :)

ci_tey's

I Liked it. This lesson, when one has to give the answers, is like a contract, you’d better read all the proposition before deciding.
Thank you, again.

Jose Romildo

thank u emma you are have interest lesson

hanan Rashad

    sorry you have interest lesson

    hanan Rashad

thanks Emma you are always clear and objective person.

Adenilson.vilas

Thank you Emma! Your teaching is easy to understand for me.

nagobito

Thank you Emma :D

vophuonghoang1612

thank you emma….i like the way you speech.

Rasho

Hi Emma,
thanks a lot for your helpful lesson and interesting topic
take care

cep62

Thank you Igot 9 out of 10

fahad330

we have to remember abbreviation

wendyong

thanks Emma that really helped , i got 10 out of 10 . if i have another problem in English i will watch one of your video ASAP .

primous

got 100%!! i’d love to watch another video ASAP :)

abhishek1995

Emma,Thanks a lot. It’s a very useful lesson. I learn more again from your teaching.

noneego

Emma,Thanks a lot. It’s a very useful lesson. I learn more again from your teaching.

noneego

Emma,Thanks a lot. It’s a very useful lesson. I learn more again from your teaching.

noneego

Emma,Thanks a lot. It’s a very useful lesson. I learn more again from your teaching.

noneego

thank you teacher Emma.
it is really helpful lessons. thanks again

semsemonly

thank you teacher Emma. It is very useful and interesting lesson.

pavaliv

Emma,
It is a great pleasure that you are my teacher. You have got a natural gift to teach.
As far as this episode on abbreviations is concerned, I have some additional questions. Are the below spellings correct too?
R.I.P ?
B.Y.O.B?
A.S.A.P.?
Can we write?
-etc in big letters and without full stop at the end or with full stops after each and every letter.
e.g. – is it correct without periods also correct?
Let me complete this post with the prahse you explained so clearly;
I am looking forward to hearing from you,
Best wishes

MKJMKJ

Thank you Emma! It was very helpful!

Victor Carvalho

Thanks..Emma…It’s very helpful!!!
I got 100%.

Joshisadanandan

So Nice teacher…I’m learn a lot with her !!!

Rodsantos

Engvid is awesome! : ) Great lessons, amazing teachers! Thanks, Emma.

READER

Thanks Emma.You’re great as usual.

Ahmed saleh74

Deserve thanks

Sara Chafik Idrissi

Emma. Thank you about the lesson .I need you tell me 《if you don’t mind》about the full for of SOS ? Please .

Bad boy

Emma you teach very well.
Thank you.

majidpak99

Thanks Emma for your help, I learn a lot with your videos.:-)

Margarita Morocho

Hi Emma the only thing to say thanks for you teaching. i hope a lot of people enjoy your lesson.

asha abdirahman

thanks

saira-22

Thank you so much guys for each of you. How much I am luck to find your website. Teachers are very nice and very clear.

Cheers

Fikret

fikretcanada

thank u Emma..

Hari Sampath

the way you teach is so amazing. i love learning english from you.

helencrlne

Very useful and clear!!!!

casaresjp

I likes this learn

JWAHR

Thanks

Gerotto

As usual, really good lesson

Aquila

thanks a lot

javad.gh

thank you Emma. you speak clearly :)

Yuli Conoras

Thank you Emma for this incredible lesson

Hiba El

thank you so much my teacher! it’s a useful lesson

Jean Nguyen

Once more you was perfect. I’m learning a lot with you.Thank you ever

Loi39

Thank you Emma :)

fatimaamer

thank you so much may i ask you what İQ means plz

abduarhman

I like it too Emma

kooki

emma i wanna date u asap

mozo

In my school days we use to write e.g., and we were of the opinion that it stands for “for example” and I am surprised Emma that you said e.g.(comma is not included) and also it means only “example”(for is not included). And top of it all I used to laugh at my friends when they used to write “for e.g., which in our opinion was “for for example”

amitdhamankar

Thanks dear Emma for a wonderful lesson . i always try to follow your all lessons . i have a question.the question is …

Can we use these all abbreviation in writing ? please reply it will be really helpful for me . thanks

jeff

thank you Emma

osama osama

Thanks Emma

Alfatihomer

Mark…Thank you, Emma.

nanaSai

thanks emma
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@diegozhunio1

Thank You Emma

Raymond1954

Thank you.

Nadir

Thank you so much Emma

Brkb

Friends add me on skype afjal.hossen . I want to conversation, it will be helpful for me to develop my speaking skill.

afjal.hossen

wow, what a great quiz !. Thanks.

Garry Bac

Hi Emma,

Your way of teaching is really impressive and able to understand easily.Thanks.

kalyankumar

Nice… Emma thank you for your lesson . I’m learning of you too much

Mairiya

Great video,

Thanks Emma.

richard.marquina

We Japanese use ‘etc’ and ‘ATM’ in daily life so often. But I learned other abbreviations for the first time. I think ‘ASAP’ is very useful, so I will try using it at once.
Thank you Emma so much.

Yutaka Endo

i like your lesson …thank u for that

shahggg

Thanks for great video, Emmma!

Aloni

hi, Emma this lesson is helpful.

kaduna85

Thanks Emma..

mahajam

Oh! Thank you, this lessons are helping me a lot!

TiagoC7

Hello. Many thanks for all your assistance with my English. Regarding this lesson, I understood that in speech I can say “and so forth” instead of “et cetera”. Is that right? I didn’t know that is incorrect to use et cetera in speech. You have been too helpful again. Best regards from Costa Rica

marielamq

This lessonis very useful for me, as for translator. Thank a lot. The best is that now I can explain difference between i.e. and e.g.

MilanaAdelman

Thanks a lot

victoria79

I don’t really understand what’s the difference between “e.g.”and”ex.”
Can you help me, please???

Mmmmmina

    They mean the same thing, just in different languages! “E. g.” is short for the Latin “exempli gratia”, which means “for example”. And “ex.” is short for “example”.

    engVid Moderator

great lesson. very very useful. Thank you.

Abhi

thanks for teaching

samir))

thanks alot emma

Ahmed Jalaba

Ich habe nur 9 Antworten richtig beantwortet!

Hesiod

Thanks Emma. :)

SanjulaHapugoda

Excuse Emma, I’ve got a question, can I use these abbreviations in a formal message? Is their use informal?

Elric5015

Thanx, dear Emma!

MicGal

I’m goint to watch all your videos ASAP.

IKrasn

Thank you very much,the lesson was very useful!

Good morning

Thnx = Thanks Emma I love Your Lessons .. :)

Mohamed Temerik

10 out of 10 :)

Rocky

wow 10/10 thank’s emma is nice lesson thank you so much

Marouane Faraa

Thank you so much Emma i am very glad to follow you and as you told in your presentation I will be very happy to share with you lot of things such as my culture because i am a francophone and sociologist as speciality at university live in africa specially in Guinea conakry

Thank and all the best
That is my e mail smamoudou57@gmail.com

smamoudou57@gmail.com

I got 50% I will try my level best

Sathaiah

Hello Emma
thank you for this lecture.
i’m very exciting to watch the next lecture.
see ya!

alisam

thanks

MASOUMEHSATTARI

i got 10 out of 10 again. Thank you Emma

healtheworld

Thank you Emma 😊
Best Regards

mrtaltinok

I’m a new student.Thank you so much Emma

kiran65

Thank you very much Teacher Emma

xiaomu

Thks u very much Emma , yes Does ‘svp’ in french?

younessesoft

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 90

nickandr

Thank you Emma

Raed11

Thanks Emma….

Asifkhan65

This lesson is easy, but thank you to having highlighted the difference between e.g. (exempli gratia) and i.e. (id est). Latin is not a dead language.

Excellent

Thank you Emma…

chocopia13

I got 90. I didn’t read well at number 2 :(

saeful

Thank you Emma :)

saeful

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks

KARTAL

9/10
thank you so much Emma

Fatima

Thank you so much!

rmarcel

well these abbreviations are good exmaples that words i had seen before i was not looked for the meaning however they teach me now with all together this lesson is really enjoyful for me the contain is really interested in developing the topic widely…

Luis Alberto Mateo

thank you very much Emma

ssamoo

thank for you🤗

hnooyaa

i like this abbreviation we need to use it

nassssssssser

RSVP it’s french, e.g.répondez s’il vous plaìt, just the second i have a circumflex accent (caret).

al willis

    Sorry was i.e. (that is) not e.g.

    al willis

Thanks!

shihai182

10/10. Thanks a lot Emma.

ann ann

The only thing that I can do is to say thank you teacher Emma for this information I learn and enjoy a lot

asemaboluhom

Hello, if you want to RSVP my message it would be excellent, you are great teaching English, nevertheless you have an amazing accent, all it is clear, you are my favorite, God bless you Emma.

Krizz53

Thank you Ms. Emma.

Alex-1956

9/10! Check carefully! I need check more carefully!

Jerry Gu

thanks teacher,,,,

maurio1980

Thank you I got 10 score

Jhezeth

I watched the video twice on April 16, 2021, and took the quiz after watching it once. I got 10 correct out of 10.

ergn

Wow,10/10
Thanks a lot Emma,hugs. (Kazakhstan, 28Sept2021);
amazing way of learning.

Janyl
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