THINE—appearing in English literature, especially poetry. Even modern works that are set in the past or that are trying to be very formal use these words sometimes. But it’s important to understand what they mean exactly and how the words differ from each other. It’s also important to know about the verb endings that go with them, so here is my explanation. After watching the video, do test your knowledge in the quiz—thou knowest it makes sense!
mine date 4 November 2021 from Kazakhstan
i’m learning English due to your EngVid lessons, Jill
‘I pray thee, gentle mortal, teach us again’
as Shakespeare said
Thank Thee a lot Dear teacher.
I guess It’s the old Germen version rather English, because most of the roles match with the German enunciation.
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Thank you so much, Gill.
Could you please make a lesson about Bronte sisters?
Thank you! For the interesting lessons.
Thank you for such a wonderful class.
I love thy lessons. Thou art such a great teacher!
I thank thee so much, Gill. I´ve enjoyed thy lesson.
2/10, i believe, i will speak english
thanks miss Gill ; i was 9/10 in tect
In question 7, why is “Thy face in my eye, mine in thine appears” not correct?
I guess it’s not right because she didn’t spoke and explained anything about the word “mine”, so, it won’t be the right answer
Is this a correct sentence? ;
The cup broke into pieces.
Thank you, madam Gill for this lesson.
Thank you for teaching,and I will learn more English language with you.I thought that your teaching very clear for my learning.?
I would like to thank you from my deep heart, I have watched all your lessons tentatively and did all the quizes all. It was really very inspiring and educative. I do recommend this to all those intersted in learning English.
Thank you Gill, I’m glad to understand your English. I feel I can proceed day by day.
Not to change the subject, a hold fan behind of you is absolutely lovely. Is it made in Japan?
10/10:) thanks for pointing out this important topic!
Thank you Ms. Gill.
Got 5 out of 10
Thank you, Gill mam!
Such a nice time I spent with thee ! Thank you so much, I will look at your other videos. It makes me want to learn more about ancient english and litterature.