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230 COMMENTS

Good lesson

adalberto75

    Wow!!! What a quiz! It provided a number of useful examples that allowed us to see this phrase at work.

    Bye for now Rebecca, have a great week!

    Regino

      A good lesson Adalberto? Let me put it this way, for me Rebecca did a magnificent job.
      She explains everything with great ease.

      Have a terrific day Adalberto.

      Regino

        Thanks for all your constructive comments, Regino. It is such a pleasure to read your words. My best to you.

        Rebecca

very good lesson

alhassan selim

No matter what,I still like your lesson and the way you teach.Have a nice week end.

cuongchung1

    Thanks, and all the best.

    Rebecca

Interesting lesson. Thank you Rebecca :)

Happy04

Very interesting lesson

cupil27

This lesson is very interesting . When you learn ENGLISH is very important share knowledge like other person , because can explain your matter about different situation.

VanessaBraz

    I want to learn more ENGLISH with you in this site.

    VanessaBraz

No matter where you live, I always look up to you, Rebecca. Thank you so much.

VietNam1984

    Thank you, too. Thanks for watching our lessons on engvid and taking the time to write. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

    your example is very interesting. I love the way you teach the lesson. everything you talk on the video are very clearly. Many Thanks Rebeca!

    hiepnt.003

Good Lesson. Thanks

nandosp

No matter what people say to you, you are a good teacher.

Jessica

    Thanks! All the best!

    Rebecca

very good

tolik321

Excellent lesson I got 90%

prajaya

I am wandering that I got 100 % result. The test was little tricky. Thanks Rebecca for good lesson!

gvardiola

    Congratulations! You did it! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

i got 9 correct :D

JUMAR

Dear Rebecca,
No matter when you read this comment, I offer you this flower “Muguet” for the May 1st.
Best regards.

Peter

    Aww,thank you. That’s very kind of you! All the best to you, Peter.

    Rebecca

No matter how many times I watched your lesson I’ll be still enjoying watching your lessons Rebecca …

Kadir

    Thanks and I’m sure you’re improving your English every time…all the best to you.

    Rebecca

Always the some haircut…pretty women

Darroumi

Thank you Rebecca for your lessons. Day by day I understand English more and more. Your teaching ways are so clearly and easy to understand. Big hug from Poland:)

ShamanHolmes

Great! Thanks, Rebecca!

Taylor Mcknight

Hi Rebecca, thanks for your lesson but I am a bit confused as you taught in your lesson that we use present tense in this expression but I saw the fifth query it used past tense (thought i am right this question:). It means if second part is past or perfect tense we will use that tense at the first part. is it right?

duongtranvn

    Hello,

    It is all right to use past tenses with “no matter”.

    What you need to remember, however, is that when the clause contains conjunctions such as “when”, “if”, “as soon as”, “unless” – conjunctions which are used to refer to the future -, we do NOT use future tense in that very clause.
    E.g.
    CORRECT: When you arrive, call me.
    INCORRECT: When you WILL arrive, call me.
    CORRECT: As soon as it stops raining, it will be sunny and warm.
    INCORRECT: As soon as it WILL stop raining,…

    The 5th question is in the past, so for that one the INCORRECT form would be the so-called “future in the past”, which we do NOT normally use together with the above mentioned conjunctions (an exception is e.g. polite “IF” conditional sentences):
    INCORRECT: No matter how many times we WOULD tell him,…
    CORRECT: No matter how many times we told him,…
    Polite conditional form:
    If you WILL wait for a minute, Dr. Carter WILL be able to see you.

    However, remember that in the “IF” clause of a conditional sentence we also do not normally use “will” or “would” (only if we have to be polite). This is a very common mistake by e.g. advanced German speakers as well.

    In Reported Speech:
    Present shifts to Past: tell -> told
    Future shifts to Future in the Past: will -> would
    That is, if you could not use “will”, you will not be able to use “would”.

    Hope this is a bit clearer now.
    Cheers,
    David

    David

      great thanks! David.

      duongtranvn

      Thank you very much, David, for your detailed and accurate reply.

      Rebecca

Thanks, a lot.

Ayan Kereyev

A good lesson, as usual ) Thank you Rebecca :)

urhtang

You are so professional, like usual!thanks, Rebecca

elenapopa

    Thanks, Elena. Actually we should say:

    You are so professional, as usual.

    My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

no matter where you are ,i wish you all a very nice weekend

AnassBenz

    Great job! All the best!

    Rebecca

Thanks Rebecca, great lesson.

Helman

No matter what you teach, I’ll always appreciate

carlos 2138

    No matter what you teach, I’ll always appreciate IT.

    Thank you kindly for your feedback and all the best.

    Rebecca

PLEASE!! is my sentence below is true
“my friends who i didn’t see them long time ago”
i don’t know if i should say who or whom or anything else it’s confuse me
i’m sure that we don’t use whom in this sentence.

serine

    Nowadays, we don’t use “whom” very much in North America, except in very formal or academic contexts. In any case, you would have to correct your sentence to something like this:

    My friends, who I hadn’t seen in a long time, arrived yesterday.

    All the best with your English.

    Rebecca

      My friends, who I haven’t seen in a long time, arrived yesterday.
      and we can also say I haven’t seen no?
      PLEASE!! answer me

      serine

I follow your lessons letter by letter, no matter what you teach. Thanks a lot.

bahlaek

Rebecca, you are always fantastic. No matter, but I would like so much talk alive with at least for one time, but i think it is impossible.

CREBIO

    CREBIO, thank you kindly for your feedback. I am very happy you find the lessons helpful. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Rebecca, you are always fantastic. No matter, but I would like so much talk alive with you at least for one time, but i think it is impossible

CREBIO

    Well, we can communicate with each other through these comments! Thank you kindly for your feedback. I am very glad to hear you find the lessons helpful. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

No matter where you are, you always can improve your knowledge at this site

karik44

    Well, you’re right about that! Thank you very much and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

No matter what lesson is, you are so polite.

salvadorlmendoza

    As are you. Thank you. It doesn’t cost anything to be polite, and it makes life so much more enjoyable and peaceful for all of us. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

thank you

fatihaeng

:)

KateCecilia

    No matter what you do (dance or sing)you always learn something new on this marvelous website.

    All the best with your English Kate.

    Regino

No matter what they say,You are the best
Rebecca.Thank you.

alainaldo

    Congratulations on using the new expression so kindly. Remember, we do not need to capitalize the letter Y in you in the middle of a sentence. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

no matter the result of the quiz is, this lesson is very useful.

marienba

    Yes, no matter what the result of the quiz is, you will have moved forward in your learning. All the best.

    Rebecca

pretty nice teaching

qonaq

It’s an interesting lesson. At last, you are a good teacher. Thank a lot.

Timur7

I like to attend more lessons here

Faisal Saleem

9/10 no matter how tired I’m feeling, any time, any where, I always arrange time to listen a lesson of yours,here in the EngVid.com, thank you professor Barbara.

Jorge Pedroso

I am so sorry. I have changed your name professor Rebbeca, but the truth is I am feeling very tired, I beg your pardon for change your name.

Jorge Pedroso

    Thanks for your feedback, Jorge. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

thanks alot :)

bothinaabdulgader

I got 9 out of 10.That’s a good lesson,just like u Rebecca,u are so kind and lovely.I like u:D

elitahiri

hello Rebecca for your lessons , i want you to learn us a lesson about phraser verb, because i have a confusion where i should put a pronoun lik that:take it off or take off it.and thank you

souissi

    We have many lessons on this site about phrasal verbs. Just write phrasal verbs in the search box at the top right, above the video. All the best!

    Rebecca

I got 10/10. No matter what difficult the lesson is, Rebeca always explain it very well. Thank you teacher.

oscargutierrez502

    Thank you kindly, Oscar. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

I got 8 Ms. Rebecca. Thanks for the lesson.. :-)

hanhanxiu

It was very good lesson and amazing practice.
Thankfull.

erfolgmaster07

thank you it’s good lesson

Ali yasin

    no matter how the result of the quiz it good lesson

    Ali yasin

thank you for your lesson, it looks simple then other lessons, but I have got only 40 score in its quiz. I am looking forward to receive your new lessons.

Hasib Nasir

    The good thing about video lessons is that you can watch as many times as necessary to understand better. I am sure you will improve, too. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

As I was other comment, I am the only person who I watched this video.

its my pleasure.

Hasib Nasir

good lesson

Umamageswari Perumal

Thank you for your lessons. Best regards from Ukraine.:)

hydrogenium2

Thank you so much for the lesson and quiz. I got a lot of benefits

Mariamsalem

very nice and useful

hawsa

great lesson i got 8 over 10 this is the first time for me

leanghakmy

thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

oualmass

Thanks to all of you for your feedback. Each lesson on engvid offers you the chance to improve your English in a different way. When you put all these small changes together, you end up with a BIG improvement in the way you communicate in English. My best wishes to you, always.

Rebecca

What a good class!! I’m gonna start using all that. Thank you

GasparLarissa

Good teacher!

monamour66

Well done! Many thanks. No matter, what happen, I still learn English at http://www.engvid.com. ;)

ficalo

    Thanks and congrats on using the new expression. A small correction:

    No matter what happenS,…

    My best to you.

    Rebecca

hehe… ” You got 10 correct out of 10 ” :D

Thanks for the lesson Rebecca … :)

DaZun

Hello Rebecca, I do like your classes, they’re great. Please can you give me some examples, how to use “AS well” What situation can I use this expression?
thank you so much

manosoares

I like the way you explain the lessons. Thanks Rebecca.

Silvi@

    And I like the way you leave comments! Thank you and all the best.

    Rebecca

Hi, Rebecca! Thanks a lot for your lesson!

Edinho

Good! Thanks Rebecca.

bskoh

It’s easy to understand and very helpful. Thank you~

Janechan

hello Rebecca ! thansk for the lesson it helps me so much to understand how to use “no matter” in every situation. :D

kimmeh92

Very useful

Vasif isaqov

its simple and very interesting. I only got 80 score …. i have to try hard. thank u for this lesson Rebacca..

Toe Wai Linn

No matter how many points I had, I still learned a lot
thank you Rebecca!

Nelson

    Good use of the expression. It would be better if you say:

    No matter how many points I got,…

    The most important thing is that you put what you learned into practice. That’s how you will master it. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca.

Charmene

No matter when we learn,it is never too late. Thanks Rebecca, you’re awesome

christyan barualam

    Great use of the expression. Congrats and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

no matter how english is hard to learn it so easy thanks to engvid :)

akfycu

    Thanks. Actually, it should be:

    No matter how hard English is to learn,….

    My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Hi Rebecca, i realize no matter what your level is you can improve your english.

GAUTHIER

    Good use of the expression! Congratulations! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you ~

jacksiang96

No matter what happen, i’ll always love you, Myo.

quanghiep

    No matter what happenS…

    I will always wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

you the best rebecca …….thank you

alrayani

Rebecca, thank you for so wonderful lesson! God bless you!

nelinkolia

    Thanks for your feedback. Actually, we say:

    Thank you for such a wonderful lesson.

    You might like to watch this lesson to understand this point better:

    https://www.engvid.com/so-such/

    My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you !! :-)

xFabian

thank you Rebecca

frankyforlife

thank you ! very useful!!!

christinali

no matter how hard English is,do not give up :) thanks Rebeca it was very useful lesson :)

nouf abdullah

    Congratulations of using the new expression so well! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

That was useful! Thanks ;)
I sill need practice the pronunciaton of the “TT” in “matter”. Bye

Edgbarra

Thank you

Noraddeen

Is it OK if I use no matter phrase as follows?
“Just call me when you arrive no matter what time it will be.”

Michael Kim

    You’re almost right! The correct sentence would be:

    Just call me when you arrive, no matter what time it is.

    My best wishes to you, Michael.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca :)

mcaroselli

thank you for this great lesson

Vanessa Ivette

Dear Ms rebecca ,
Many thankes to you for teaching us this english in esay way I’m happy to find this site and I want to offer many thanks to http://www.Engvid.com and your team
do you mind to give me or us your link such as email or your account on facebook or tiwtter to talk with you
I have problm in english I kown many vocablary but when I want to talk in english I don’t know how I put the worh one after one and about grammer I ask you nicely to teach us more about grammer like how to use if
and what I can do in my problem
many thanks to you

airofficer

Thank you.

aliyasini

really, your lessons are so greats i got 10/10 i appreciate your teaching method Rebecca, my best wishes.

umartk

Many thanks, Rebecca.

noneego

thanks Rebecca

sstjerne

I will keep on watching your video Rebecca,NO MATTER what! ;-) :-)
Thank you for this lesson.

TEJALKK

    Nice comment and nice use of the phrase! Congratulations! I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

      Actually Rebecca it is a genuine feeling about your videos and lessons by heart :-)
      Thank you.

      TEJALKK

Good lesson

Elsabrosojr

Pretty good

MojganSedghi

no matter how hard it is(English)i dont give up,and i will must learn English by you and you have to tech to me.

manbir

no matter how hard it is(English)i dont give up,and i will must learn English by you and you have to tech to me.you know mam i got 100 mark from this lesson,i really going to nice through you and i hope you will must tech me.

manbir

    Thanks for your feedback! Please note that we do not use the words will and must together. You can either say:

    I must learn English.

    or

    I will learn English.

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Nice lesson. Thanks!

dos0

thanks teacher! your lessons are more interesting than my chinese teachers. wishes! Tom

tom zhu

    Each teacher helps us in a different way. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

this is really a wonderfull thing you did!!!thanks s much

mbark

Thank you so much! It’s a nice lesson.

Tata-ping

Dear teacher Rebeca…many thanks for your video. Have a nice time.

jaime rivera

09/10

haeh

Thank you,I love this lesson

jack-zhou

thanks a lot Rebeca , I will always love engvid no matter what .

asala

    That’s sweet! Thanks! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Do you want to get fluent at English? Then just watch Rebecca’s Videos. Thank you again, teacher.

josecatelli

    Thank you kindly for the recommendation! My best wishes to you, Jose.

    Rebecca

so much benefits

omid.bvsd

Thank you teacher :)

czech

Good class

pamela das

Great website!!!

Heliza

No matter where we are, we learn the lesson together.

aamahmud

    It is nice!

    shimizutran182

I’ll always study your lessons, no matter how busy I am.

shimizutran182

It’s good lesson! Thanks you very much

Ami Ami

thx.

nicterry770828

Thank you Rebecca for your efforts.

Andahazy

very good lesson

basaniprathyusha

I want thank you Teacher Rebecca about your “No matter what time your flight arrives,I will meet you at the airport” this is very interesting lesson.thanks a lot.

Enkutatash

No matter how hard English is, i will try to study more.

Ray Linh

What a great lesson. Thank Rebecca!

cherry0103

I love your lessons Rebecca

ITwagner

I love your lesson ,thnks

nino79

got 10! Thanks for your job! I think It’s probably a good lesson for many language learners!

bogartpi

I like this lesson

trangdat

thank u very much!!!!

na2000

I liked this one, it was very instructive.

neverlosehope

Thanks it is good lesson.

abdal7

It’s good lesson! Thanks you very much

zawzawthein

No matter how much you get marks in english, you can still learn english.
Thanks Rebecca. Wow Very……..interesting and useful lesson.

Saad786

Hello teacher! Thank you! :) I can learn with you! I hope don’t forget this structure, :( See you, then.

lorenzoyoques

Thank you Rebecca.

abdal7

Simply love EngVid! I’m so happy to find you guys, there is no better website with such a practical lessons, including all the tools you need to improve your English.
Amazing teachers and an amazing idea for creating this kind of platform! Many thanks!
All the best to my favourites Benjamin &Rebecca! :)

Madzik

I am very happy to get 10 out of 10 without watching the video.

Sambhu Biswakarma

wow!! fantastic.. I got 10 out of 10! Thanks Rebecca

nikinik

thanks!

hoboss

Thank you Rebecca.9/10

abdal7

Thank you MISS REBECCA for all your lessons.

safiamohammed

I really understand your lesson!

anitaalmaras

Hi! i’m new here and thanks to God I found this website, only by just an accident at youTube. I want to work as an ESL teacher but my english is very bad but thanks to EngVid, it gives me an opportunity to improve my grammar. I love here. Ms. Rebecca is very awesome and all of them.

I’m still in the process of learning so I accept corrections from my comment :D. God bless us all!

Sang

Thank you very much for your interesting lesson. It will help me a lot.

Vivimi

Now matter how you look you are still my friend..thanks rebecca

Badido27

Very good lesson. All was very clear. Thank you very much Rebecca!

Dmitry.Mk

Thank you Rebecca!

sergerh

Thanks Rebecca. No matter where I am, I keep watching your videos.

greenbike

Rebecca, no matter how hard it is to teach us in English, do not give up.:) 9/10 Thank you very much dear.

Tammyjang1

Thank you Rebecca

kopolina

No matter how far I am from Canada, I can still learn with this incredible teacher. Thanks Rebecca, regards from Indonesia.

Peter Peterson

Thank you Rebecca!

51john23

Thanks for the test though I didn’t get much success but I’ll definitely give my best in coming days.

Nishes Dahal

excellent teaching….Thank You so much for your great service. Its rear to find a teacher like you…All the best!

nishani

yeah… I got 8/10 :)

uthe

Thanks rebecca. No matter how much I am busy, I’ll come to learn from you.

nawazayo

No matter how far a teacher lives, she teaches me by Internet.

Medbrat

Excelent lesson. Once again my favorite teacher has solve a doubt I had.
Thanks very much.

ignacio MR

i must watch you lesson no matter how busy i am

khaalid abdirashiid barkhadle

Thanks

Samson12

This is one of the best website I have ever used.I love it! Thank you so much.

Shimray

Thank you Rebecca. You are a great teacher and your lessons are worderful.
Take care…

Fabio Skywalker

Thank you!

Ann2000

Hi! Today was my first lesson with you and I got 10/10. Thank you very much! I’m going to continue studying with you.

Mulja

can i talk to you over skype i need to improve my english to be fluent

nonazooma

It is right if you say somenthing like… No matter what you did, you can vindicate/ you can be better… I’m asking because you said that it can’t be used in future tense… but what about past tense? thank you so much for your videos btw… :)

GregoriaSamsa

Thanks a lot, Rebecca! Great lesson. I got 9/10

nickandr

No matter how much is costs that car, but I have to buy it

dfantauzzi769

I love this lesson :)

space2016

10/10. Thank you Rebecca.

ann ann

I got 9/10 in the quiz.
That lesson helped me a lot.
Thank you teacher.

Senugi

good lesson.
Thanks teacher so much.

dinhvu

You got 9 correct out of 10.

thank you…

M kartal

thanks for info,now I know about drugs :D

aburizal

Thanks Rebecca :)

Vianeyag

thanks a lot

Roushan11

thank you madam

Imtiaj Hossain

Thank you Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

You are a phenomenal teacher as I ever seen, Rebecca!
You are a phenomenal teacher as I ever seen, Rebecca!
Thank you for your fantastic videos.

Reza Abiazi

8/10, no matter what i continue to studying english

mari0808

9/10, thanks a lot! No matter how much time i have been learning English, it`s never enought!

Alenasimple

No matter how many sites teach English, Engvid is my favorite.

Juliana.oliveira2

I came,studied,and stopped by.
It’s hard to quiz.

JD kim

No matter what they say you are a great Teacher,
thanks a lot for your efforts

noname28
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