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Thank you Teacher

HIKhaldi

THANK YOU!

yanaet12

In a few minutes I learned so much. Thank you!

OlenkaUkr

Fortunately there is the very interesting lesson for me. Thank you!

DedZub

When I read the information about few/a few, little/ a little, it was information from Russian speakers teachers. They didn’t explain the difference that does this little word – “a”. Now I’ve got it. Thanks a lot.

Goryanchik Maxim

I have 70%

Yahiaouidz

Thank you for this lesson, it was helpful

yayh95

One mistake with “news”. I knew that, but an “s” at the end of the word! It’s my terrible mistake.
Thank you. It’s absolutely perfect lesson.

Luba Khromchenko

Thank you..

Teguhmars

Thank you

Teguhmars

Rebecca, you are the best teacher, a true professional. You have been teaching for many years and you are still doing it positively and joyfully. Please accept my token of respect.

SengVid

Thanks Rebecca !

kimurasan

It’s a great a method to understand these differences

MD AKTER HOSSAIN

Dear Mrs.Rebecca, many thanks for this special lesson. I never have had a better teacher for grammar issues than you! Very clear and understandable.

Arminius

Thank you.

ascjms

This lesson was excellent too. You can synthesize different grammar rules into exact examples. Amazing!
Thanks.

Enzoenzo

Hello Rebecca we want a lesson on WHO, WHOM and WHOSE please i’m finding it hard to understand the differences between them

yayh95

wonderful, and I am glad to attend your lesson.

Dilshad72

Thank you

hassman

I am so happy to learn my first English here, thank you very much, teacher.

meriamibrahimholmes

Thanks! Very useful.

thais da matta

Great Lessons Iam Happy

reenukumar

Rebecca, thank you very much!

Marikash

very interesting topic today

hattorri

I need to study more about countable and uncountable. I had one bad out of ten, but I want to master all of this. Thank you Miss Rebecca you are an EXCELLENT teacher.

Gladysluna@engvid.com

Rebecca, thank you very much!

Rokan

Great lesson

Winnybae

Thank you, Teacher, I found it so helpful.

Azir

I wish you the best

Muhaab issack

I’m so Thankful to get a little advice for using these words. Thanks again Rebecca.

Esasa

Thanks teacher

arabmowlid2

why number 10 little?

Gharam medhat

Thank you. I got 10/10

Christopher Muzuri

thank you

Aliaynay85

Thank you for this lesson. Your explanations are very explicit

Edou

Thank you Rebecca, your guidance is great.

osmanozel

Thanks.I got 10/10.

Aymara Companioni

thank very mush to prepared this god lesson i made some mistake for quiz test

farhan434

thank you so much

Lukas38577

thanks a lot.

naj.ch

Good lesson !.

ibrahim1

Thank you for this Good lesson.

santos.langa

Hi Rebecca!

There is a little something I would have to ask you, and I hope you will make it clear for me and many other students.
In this question: “We had __________ snow last night. My kids are so happy!” The right answer is “a little snow”.
Now, since we were taught earlier that we can’t use the undefinite article ‘a’ with uncountable nouns such as ‘snow’, how do you explain the usage of the phrase ‘a little’ with the noun ‘snow’? A little snow.
Thank you in advance.

sajbermen91

Our teacher, Rebecca,
I appreciate your time.
Thanks

Ibrahim1975

Thanks alot

Ibrahim1975

Very good lesson, thaks you

mggj

Uf!! this is an important lesson, not easy

mggj

Thank you teacher

Vo Hong Tuong Vy

Thank you for making the expensive learning free of cost.

GeoEng21May

thank you so much teacher Rebecca

Guenoun Ahmed
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