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Hello everyone. Never use a preposition to end a sentence with…. Is it true? I was taught the whole life the opposite. Where are you from? It’s the issue I’m bother with….
Thank you, Rebecca, for the lesson.

nataanna

    Hello Nataanna ,
    As far as I know you can end a phrase with a preposition .
    e.g. Who you are speaking to
    The music I was listen to
    The person you are dealing with
    The place you are from
    The girl you are looking at
    This is the train I travelled on
    And so on ….
    Hope that help
    Bye

    tsamp

      Handy tips for using correctly these prepositions.

      To tell the truth, prepositions are not that easy to master. As a language learner I had to learned a good number of them by heart.

      Superb video lesson Rebecca. Have a great week!

      Regino

      the first one and last one
      is complete sentence but others are not

      Bilal Khan321

    This is one of those grammar rules that everyone knows—but which isn’t actually true! Ending a sentence with a preposition is perfectly acceptable.

    engVid Moderator

      Thank you very much for the explanation.

      nataanna

Hi Rebecca mam. Thank you for this wonderful lesson. I got 10/10 in your test. Now I can imp rover my vocabulary very well. Onice again thank you.
Have a nice day!

palakshi nautiyal

100. You made this lesson so easier for me. Thanks rebecca.

Annie

Hello Rebecca , hello everybody ,
Is it quite English to say ” at the intention of someone” ?
Is it possible to swap the preposition “to” by “at the intention of”
e.g. I wrote a letter at the intention of the chairman
Thank you for your comment
See you

tsamp

Thank you Rebecca for your lesson.
This theme is very confusing for me.
I’ve got 10/10.

joe921

wow ! mam you are briliant .

anves sapkota

Thank you very much. Very helpful lesson.

Felix001

Thank you so much Rebecca for teaching English so easily. You always make English so easy…
Just one question: as far as I know, it is possible to say “to speak at somebody”, referring to talk to somebody rudely, is that right??
Thanks!!

knopfler86

    Hello knopfler ,
    I don’t know if it match with “speak” but it is common to say ” he yell at me” .
    So you are partially or perhaps completely right .
    See if Rebecca confirm later on
    Bye

    tsamp

      Thanks tsamp. Yes, let´s see what Rebecca says, if she does.
      Good luck with your French elections today ;)

      knopfler86

        Thank for your encouragement . Providing we stay European .
        Sorry for the third person conjugation mistake I made , I forgot the s at the end of yell .

        tsamp

      if somebody on distance and loudly say to you – “he yells to me.” – to somebody, direction
      if he’s near and swear – “he yells at me.” at location, “me” – location
      thanks for the explanation

      Denny A.

Hi, people. Practice English every day and fluent you will be! Cheers! Thank you, Rebecca.

Valery teacher

    i agree

    GEBES

thanks mam, happy……….

sunny

thank you my good teacher rebecca

SEIFEDDINE@1990

I got 100 :) Your explanation with gesture was easier to understand. Thank you!

Happy04

Thank you

etihadpolina

Hey there, please teach more challenging lessons. Thanks

Zahra

I love prepositions,but always be confused about some verbs which is more complicated. When the verb adds different prep, it turns to be different meaning, and so hard to be memorized.😭
Recently, I learned a verb”tear”, with different perp, like”away””up””down””off””apart”,the verb becomes sooooo many meanings.
That’s pretty hard to see a new combination, n figure out the meaning immediately.
Need Teacher Rebecca’s help 😇

LIN Ting Hsuan

Nice lesson. I love Engvid!!!

clagoma

it is very easy , i have got 10 without waching the video, but thank you Rebecca for all your lessons.

SKIKDA

    That’s good, full mark without watching the explication.
    Salam pour Algérie 🇩🇿

    hassouna

      thanks for your concern my freind

      SKIKDA

Hi Rebecca thanks for this new lesson! I often make the mistake of using in instead of at, for example “John studied ‘in’ the library”. Surely it is because it is as I would say in Spanish.

Jorge

Thanks Rebbeca this lesson was great…and is easy…

marcos alexandre

Hi Rebecca: Well, this lesson is OK, but there’s another preposition that’s even more confusing than TO, that’s IN. I mean, you can say “I eat AT this restaurant”, but you can also say “I eat IN this restaurant”, or even worse, you said “I live AT (but didn’t finish the example)”, but it’s more common (and also more natural) to say “I live IN Toronto”. In fact, most of the examples in the bracket list sound better with IN instead of AT.

Thanks & greets from Argentina (Hope it is from England someday).
Marcelo.

marcelomiguelbazan

    Hello Marcelo ,
    Speaking about country or a town you say “in” . Speaking about an address you will say “at” .E.g : I live in Canada , in Montreal at 1118 st catherine street .
    Eating in the restaurant means that you are eating inside it but the more general preposition to use is “at” . However it seems that if you are static at a specific room you will say “in” .E.g : I am cooking in the kitchen .
    Clearly , this lesson get us still confused .

    tsamp

Hello Miss Rebecca!
Your lesson very useful. Prepositions makes our conversation diversity as I know the total of Preposition in English as much as 54. May I ask to You next lesson how to use 54 Prepositions in sentence, Please!
like Miss Ronnie says The lesson was bitchin’!
Thank you so much indeed Miss Rebecca.

Best regards from Indonesia.

Jon west

Thank you for you lesson.

merchusita1983

Many thanks , I got full mark due to very nice and simple explanation.

hassouna

Thanks

Muhammadomer

i got 9 out of 10 but its better than before

salah ismail

Simple and quite understandable. Thanks Rebecca!

John B

thanks

sodojsa

thanks

mohamedsamah91

Very instructive, congratulations!

andrew

Thank you

Sadaqat Jatoi

I like this lesson, Rebecca you are one of my favorites teachers, greetings.

gerardogc2378

Thanks Rebeca…

Marili

thanks, your explanation was very useful

giuseppe 71

Your strategy to teach few things at a time is, in my opinion, the best way.
Great Rebecca.

byte

Hi I am week in tenses
I want study the tenses properly please upload video it’s my kind request

Sachinkammar3@gmail.com

Hello Rebecca. Great job! thank you.

Júlio César L Sousa

Thank you for this wonderful lesson.

hussein727

Thenk you very much

Vladimir

that’s great

Rahim

It has been a review that it’s always very useful, maybe sometimes you can confuse the movement and the situation but it isn’t usual, the concept is very clear but some phrasal verbs might induce you to an error or mistake. It had doubts with the preposition “into” and “onto” at the beginning, two prepositions of movement, and I learn how to fix this confusion with the horizontal movement for “into” and the vertical movement for “onto”, and so I solved the misunderstanding of these two prepositions. Thanks a lot, teacher Rebecca, I prefer to review concepts that learning something new because it’s more relaxed and cozy.

angardiobel

thanks Reeca it was very useful!

George76

Thanks, Rebecca. Great lesson.It’s very important to me to knew about to and at prepositions.

nickandr

Thanks Rebecca. I got 10 out of 10

drroshan

Rebecca!Thank you so much.

pavanut2

Rebecca.. i love every lesson you gave. but, could you tell me what the defference of “to” and “for”.. It’s quite confussing. Thank you

Cicilya

Thank you Rebecca

LinhChoe97

Thank you very much, it’s so useful for me.

Kava636

Thank you

siddu56745

    hi siddu. I want to be ur friend

    Om Kumar

Thanks

Usman zafer lohar

Hi Rebecca! Thanks for teaching us the use of this two prepositions, your explanation was very clear.

Aleachi

very nice

amira kondos

Thanks Rebecca!!! I got 9/10 : )

Aline Matos

I’ve got 10/10. Thank you Rebecca!

Olina

    Congratulations :) I was also got 100% :)

    bakhtiyar ali

Hello, Rebecca. Is it possible to use in such sentence “I spoke TO him” the preposition WITH instead TO, “I spoke WITH him”.

rotyner

Thank you Rebecca!

Frances2

Awesome class as always!!

Arlei

Hello.
Rebecca, this lesson was fantastic. Congratulantions for your way to teach english to foreign learners.
All best to you.

Fabio Skywalker

thank you very much rebecca…
now, i understand the differentiation between to and at…

hendrabisa9

Dear Rebecca,
This lesson is (in good French) “a bite of recall”
Yours sincerely.

Peter

Ok at a time I Learner and I Happy that I get 10/6 number

ANUP Patel

Thank you for your Great lessons. This is useful lesson
I got 100% from the Quiz )

bakhtiyar ali

Thank you very much for this lesson

Sujeet kumar pathak

i love it. thank you !!!

sergio campos burica

It was an excellent explanation.
Thank you very much Miss Rebecca.

Ariana Jacobo

I got 7/10 correctly.I thought i would get more answers truth. Thank you for good lesson.

HoLdeN91

Thank you for your lesson.

Bopita

thank you very much
Finally , i m still confusing between “at” and “in” … .
would you give me a smart rule to know how can i choose wich one ?

Kindly

jihadmuhammed

Wow!I got 9 of 10.Thank you so much Rebecca.This lesson helped me a lot.

shahida suraiya

Thanks Rebeca. Great lesson.

Fsmesquita

Excellent lesson Rebecca… thanks a lot!!!

Hector Rocha

thank you :)

pancil

thank you, Rebeca. Great lesson

JanYi

Thanks

Shorouk El-khawaga

why I can’t watch the video?so sad

Summermei

Thanks Rebecca for a great lesson.Your explanation is always a very clear and an easy for understanding.

Olga

I am learning English with Rebecca :)

Elvin Abdul

what a great explanation. thank you for such a great class

sirchavez

Thank for you Rebecca.Now i understand between to and at

Luiz Antonio Matias Rodrigues

    but inter is better than gremio.

    GEBES

hi Rebecca thanks for the great lesson,That was easy for understand it thank u for everything.

mohammad117

My first time took a test and i made it!thank you and more power!😚

Cellove

i want to say who are new on this site actually this site lesson help me
a lot

vincent valentine

Thank you.

Delisma

Prepositions get me confused many times. But after I took this lesson, I no longer get confused with at least TO and AT. Thank you for the lesson. Can’t wait your next lesson :D

juneriver

thanks, Rebecca.

Kemas Rashad

These tips were very important. Thank for more a great lesson Rebecca.

GEBES

10/10 thank you.

pypiiwutear212

thank you rebecca. it was great lesson

burcu ihtiyaroglu

Thank you.

mohammadsabry

I did good job.

marshagod

Thanks for your lesson Rebecca

Bernardita

thank you Rebecca.

ShefatJahan

thank you for this lesson

said taleb

thank you for this lesson

SourBest

Thanks Rebeca, os very important for me, hoje lesson.

NegaCAB

Nice lesson. Now I have a better understanding in using ‘at’ and ‘to’ prepositions. Thank you, Rebecca!

Am1G0

This lesson is amazing,it´s very good, I understand completely… And remember: ¨To¨is for movement/Direction and ¨At¨for Location.

Thank u so much, Professor Rebecca!

alejandro de sousa

Thanks rebecca. Scored 10/10.
Please explain the following…
He talked to me.
He shout at me.

Why do we use ‘to’ with ‘talk’ and ‘at’ with shout?

Hawk

Why i can not watch video? T T

Aad Don

Thanks Rebecca. the lesson was amazing.

Hunterfield1985

Thank you Rebecca. It is clear to understand your explanation. It is a great lesson.
:D best regards.

Tammyjang1

Hello,
I bought this keychain at the gift shop.
I bought this keychain from the gift shop.

Please tell me the difference between them.I am little bit confuse At and From.

Niteish bagade

Please share the lesson on ‘FROM’.

Niteish bagade

thank you very much , i decided to study and listen all your lessons from the beginner to the advanced level .

Mohammed Bakr

Thanks Rebecca.

mijalva67

Thank you Rebecca!

Avona

!!!!! Very good!!! tks!

Igor Kovalevski

Got perfect 10. Thanks a lot..

dhelgab

Thanks a lot, Rebecca. I always make mistakes with those prepositions. Since today I am about to practice many sentences using those words.

pingo

hi guys

MOmidi

Thank you so much Rebekka for lesson

LudaNal

thank you very much, it is very useful.

harabbit

relay it’s useful lesson keep on

mustafa.saleh11

I feel it interesting as I got 10/10

Om Kumar

Thank you Rebecca.

mijalva67

I got 9/10 but it was my first time.Thank you engVid

Sasa artatnas

Thanks. Score is the 100

Satilmis

got 10/10 , thanks for the wonderful explanation and your body language mam, thanks a lot,

sridharnarayanan

I got 9/10! Thanks Rebecca! This is your first video I watched! Great lesson! Bye!

robi75

thank you!

shihai182

i got 9/10! tank Rebacca!

bill chang

I got 9 from 10

Abbas naqawate

hi, i’m so poor in english i need to build up my english so that i can communicate in a better way

pksanlah

thank you

evecrc

Rebecca, thank, excellent video, clear and with good example.

pedroal

Thanks a lot Rebecca for such a beautiful lesson.
I got 9/10.

Yashwant Kumawat

Thank you so much, Rebecca, your gestures are so cute and friendly.

Claudia Tong

Thank you

dr.cnbrk

thank you so much rebeca !!!

mortaj

Very good explanation, I’ve got 10/10. Thank you so much!!!

cienk74

well done Rebecca plus very easy to understand thanks dear love you as usual.
preemie

preemy

Thanks Rebecca

engVid770

Thanks Rebecca. I got 10 coerect out of 10. This topic was really confusing to me.

Konneh

Hello,
I congratulate you, teacher, for that important course. I have some level in English, but some details are very important. I really didn’t know when to use To or At. But now, I got it well. Many thanks

lakshmi16

Thank you Rebecca for teaching the difference between to and at.

Peter.Alistair

9/10 is good. Thank you Miss. Rebecca

Yamin86

Nice lesson Rebecca…..

raziel17

Thx Rebeca. I done the quiz and got 100 score.
It’s really useful.

Taqi R

i got 9 realy i loved this leason & your way to teach others keep go on.

Fadel4all

Hello. Thank you for your lessons, they are very cognitive. Do you have a lesson about verbs “would”, “can”, “may”, “should”? Im confuse in its. Can you make a lesson about its. Thank.

Demitrio

EEEEEEEiii Rebeca you are the best.

zenaide

Thank you Rebeca

mashair shahadin1

Good, very clear

Maryrosy

Thank you Rebecca, I got 10 out of 10 in the quiz at engvid

ImMohammad

Thank you engVid for making me understand about to and at

Mukes

Ok but I have a doubt..
In the video teacher speaks when something is linked with movement have to be used “to”, but in the sentence : “Meet me … the restaurant” I understand there is movement because the other person will go… I guess it will be different if sentence would be “Wait me ….the restaurant”.. :/ help please

SaulLima

Thank you

yousef1980

Thanks Mrs. Rebbeca i got 100 scored, and your explanation is really easy to me to understand what do you explain. God bless you

Zuhud Nurromdhoni

Thank You!

Ekaeka73

Thanks
It is very easy with your explication.

Dell Isola

Thank You Rebecca.

abdal7

Thanks rebecca!!

Medardo@17

It is agood lesson, Rebecca is agood teacher, it makes the lessons well. I love you my teacher .

accghazi

thanks rebeca

kiaku garcia

thank Rebeca for lesson, u are good sender teacher u have good way to teach

taylor07

Thank you Rebecca for this good lesson that I discovered with my Young grandchildren. They really appreciate it.

beernaard

Lesson very nice! Tks!

damiana

Very good ! thanks a lot !

Zikmus

it is wrong to use: in school/in library/in gym OR is there a clause to “in” instead of “at”.

JSpraveen

Thanks Rebeca..

rajeshe

why is there no to in a phrase i told her? We have stream of words which are directed to a person!

Kiss

O no Rebecca I got 8/10 next time I got 10/10 its sure . I’m weak in voice

Parvathisiva

i’m very very thankful for this study

aparlak01

She is very good teacher! Congrats!

Gabriela94

Great Rebecca,

you cleared by doubts. Its awesome. 10 out of 10.

tracejazz

Sorry typing mistake,

you cleared *my doubts.

tracejazz

Dear teacher thank you very much.

SINI K R

This is the firs time that i can able to understand the difference between to and at. Thanks a lot!!

sandy2018

so great i get 10/10 in lesson thankyou

maloumi

Great class!!!!! Thanks Teacher!!

MissDorothy

Wow! I got 100 out of 100..

Thanks teacher I have learnt many structures by watching your videos….

May you live long.

Orakzai

Another Simple & Helpful Lession :clap:Thank You

Phenom2255

Thank you teacher

elwahchhh

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks a lot.

M kartal

Thank you , Rebecca, for lesson. I’ve got 10/10

Yulia.s

Nice lesson. Thanks.

annyban

10/10. Thank you Rebecca. I’m learning lot with the your lesson.

Caio Zveaghintev

IT IS VERY GOOD LESSON. THANKS

DIARRAS

You are the best teacher! God bless you. thank you so much.

estheryun

Thank you so much maam 💖

Chloe zy

8/10 :(

Seb11

you are good teacher

ashrijal

Thank you 🇨🇦 best teacher

Rasimxx65

Thank you so much,teacher.
I am about to learn more from you at engVid.

Jack F

Very good!!

wsantos23

thanks

cman

Got perfect score

Arjel05

Thank you for this wonderful lesson,i had learned more basic english at engVid.

Matt Yu

Thank u soo much ma’am
This video help me to clear my confusion regarding “to” & “at”

Samiya khan

All correct.

aksha khan

You are unique teacher!You explain everything so easy to understand!Thank you very much!

Adrien87

I am deeply interested to know about preposition. You said that one your preposition lesson we don’t need to use any preposition with [home].but in this lesson you used a example as we stayed [at home]. but why there we use here [at home]. please Rabecca mam reply the comment

Hridoy456

Thanks Rebbeca this lesson was great!!

leeds

thank you

anhvnsg

Thanks Rebecca for your great lesson
I understand it well
My Quiz 100%

wael126

Thanks Rebecca, more informative.

Sudha Haridas

thanks :)

looola

Thanks rebecca

Hassan3483

It’s great.

Mameri

Thank u Rabbeca for this lesson

Rasha zounji

Thankyou so muchx

Rawikan Wakelin

Thank you

Tridiv

thank you Rebecca : )

DanielRodriguez8

thank you mem i acuyllyy kow the grammar rules but i don’t about which is used thank you so much mem

abhiodedara

Wow….great lesson ..always will be remember

ydv.anuj290

Thanks.

Aung Win Naing Naing

All correct.
Thanks

Aung Win Naing Naing

Thanks it’s very helpful 😊

R malik

Thank you very much for the explanation.

meFranYes

Please explain: ‘I threw a stone at him’
throw is a verb that describes movement

Roman Nazarenko

Thank you for this lesson prof. Rebecca, I got perfect score. 🙂

sherlynf08

thanks

M.Gharieb

I got 10 out of 10.Thank you Ji

kaladisrinu

Thank you very much for useful lesson mam.

Prasunan

:) thanx

ninarzak

Thank you Rebecca

Much appreciated

Abdirahman Hassan Hussein

Thank you Rebecca.
I got the perfect score but to be fair prepositions are challenging. It’s difficult to grasp all prepositions but I think more practice will help me.
Thank you again Rebecca

Saed Jama

Thank you very much Rebecca I learned from your lesson

Jizel Montalan

Thank, Rebecca. This lesson helps me to use the three prepositions (in, to, at ) in my writing. I hope so.

Pablo Apy

Thank you very much miss Rebecca, I learned a lot from your lesson. May God bless you more

jesussaves1982

many many thinks rebecca, we need also the lesson of article and new conversation wwith many vacabulary

sarito yoki

Thank you Rebecca mam. I got 10 out of 10. Just because of Rebecca mam now my English is improving.

Prince101

Hi Rebecca thank you for helping us to be learn. I got 100 score. Keep on helping and teaching with us. God Blesses you more.

Julie Amazon

Thanks mam for your nice teaching and I got 10 out of 1o

Anbumaran

I won 6/4. Teacher thank you for your time a lot!!!
It’s joke.
Rebecca, you’re a really great coach. Your tense’s lessons have dialed one of my big problem at English.
TU
take care yourself

SengVid

Thank you so much.!!! Rebecca !!

wtsman

Wow! got it very clearly i need your support mam always.Thank you Rebbeca

Somi

Hi,
one of ur lesson,u write a sentence such as ‘ I reached home safely’. why can’t we use ‘to’ before home? here doesn’t reached mean movement or home is used as a destination?

Syful

Good Evening Rebbeca. I´m confused because you told in the lesson about propositions IN ON AT that the word HOME doesn´t need preposition. But in this lesson in the exercise number 1 you have used it AT HOME. Please, which one is corrected? Thank you so much.

roldano

Hi Rebecca, I recently start to follow your courses. All are handy videos. Thank you 😊

Mayurip

Thank you so much Rebecca 🌹 I got 8/10

Maryam farahani

I’m happy I got 100.

imadtsoli

hello miss Rebecca,thank you so much

Atilla Bergama

10 out of 10
thankyou madam

G.Ajith

I have got 100 marks without watching the video✔✔✔😃😃😃

Sadikah Sorowar

I can’t take quiz and don’t know why.

Aye Mya Phyu

Thank you very much, you help us a lot, you are very clear.

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