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thank you Mr adam.. i’m very love your explaning.. your spell very clearly

Annisa diviyanti

good lesson adam!!!!, you are the Man!!!!!!

Fabio Chaves

Thanks for the lesson

Rohr Frank

60% :(…Thank you Adam for the great understanding.

Annie

I got 9 correct out of 10 questions/ How about the sexual organs? Are they less important? )

Valery teacher

    You can live without it, but – is it life?

    Volodymyr

    Hi Valery,

    As Volodymyr mentioned, the sexual organs are not vital, meaning you can live without them. So, though not less important, they would be subject of a different video.

    Adam

thank you Adam.

cuscamayta

That’s good lesson. I think using illustrations can help us to learn quickly and easily.

Iman5316

    Hi Iman,

    That’s probably true, but there are copyright issues to consider. You can do an online search for these. There’s lots out there ;)

    Adam

      Thank you for your lesson, it really is useful.
      But I have a question, umm… why do our bodies have such parts? And each part has a defect or not.
      I will support you forever, Adam. Thank you if you answer my question.

      AmyLe

I believe that “exhale” could be the correct answer in the question 6 as well.

Marcio07

    Yes, I think the same

    Camilo Martinez

    Exalar (em português) é passivo (deixa sair)[como o perfume, uma fragrância]
    Expelir é ativo (botar para fora) [como um cálculo, urina, fezes etc.]

    RubensGD

    Yes, I think so.

    Momo-www

    Hi Marcio,

    That’;s a good point, though the lungs expel (get rid of). Generally we exhale from the mouth. The action involves more than just the lungs. Does this help?

    Adam

      We can say that “oxygen is inspired and carbon dioxide is expired by the lungs”, can’t we?

      genilvan

        You could, but no-one really does. It’s more technical.

        Adam

great lesson thank you very much.

Camilo Martinez

Very helpful lesson, thank you Adam… Part 2 please… :)

Gabriel

    I’ll get on it Gabriel :)

    Adam

Thank you Adam.

Tyrion

Thank You, teacher….!!

Jakub Alvarez

Great, Adam! Since now I won’t be afraid to talk to English-speaking doctor. Of course, I’d better be healthy!

Larisa392

    Yes, Larisa, better to be healthy :)

    Adam

Thanks

Maged Mohey

Hello Adam~
I can not understand Whythe answer is *expel*, not *exhale*? Could you explain his? Thank you so much.

Carol Chan

    Hi Carol,

    Good question. The lungs expel (get rid of). Generally we exhale from the mouth. The action involves more than just the lungs. Does this help?

    Adam

It was a very good lesson very useful for me, thanks Adam

omontiel0511

it´s so good! hearing and remember about some subjects and finally to be checking the different meanings of words that sometimes can be easily confused.
Thanks.

Florentino Gomes Veloso Junior

Hi Adam! You should have put on a medical gown and stethoscope to give as this lesson …Of course it’s a joke! Really interesting! A bit fast, but I understood you well however, thanks a lot!

Jorge

    Thanks Jorge :)

    Adam

Hey Adam!!! such a nice subject to teach us about. I lost the counts of how may times i’ve been caught up talking about body up until now. Thanks again for the help. Peace out

Carlos1990

Hey Adam! Thanks man i think you could deserve
the title Dr.Adam
peace

Siddhu7496

Hello. My name is Dilbar.

Abdusattorova dilbar

    Hi Dilbar :)

    Adam

I want to learn English

Abdusattorova dilbar

Great lesson thank you Adam

Abdusattorova dilbar

thank you sir , now i’m on my way to the cannabis’s store

fianso

thank you for the lesson.

Pitamcigra

It has been a short but very interesting video class or lesson about our body parts. Thanks a lot, teacher Adam.

angardiobel

Thanks that was helpful
I got 10 of 10.

Mohammad Arwani

Thank you, Adam. Your classes help me a lot….

Leo Nascimento

Thank you :)

izolearn

Thank you Mr. Adam, i lovely your classes

andrex29

The lesson is very helpful. Thank you very much!

thailien

Many thanks, Adam. A very useful lesson!

Florahu

Thank you so much Adam!!!

knopfler86

Thank you Mr Adam you helped me ..

Abdimohamed222

Thank you ssoo much

Abdimohamed222

U R the best buddy , 100%

AhmedElashri

Thanks for the lesson

Riccy

Thank you Adam, I love your videos!

luislopezter

Thanks, Adam.
I would like to ask “the popularity of social networks across/in/among all age groups is rising.” Which preposition should we use in this sentence?

Sophie

    Hi, I would also like to ask in the following sentence ‘The government’s own Central Pollution Control Board lists 15 substances in fireworks which it says are “hazardous and toxic”.’ Why do we need to use it after which? Can we omit ‘it’? Then ‘which’ represents what and ‘it’ represents what? When do we need to use ‘it’ after ‘which’?

    Sophie

      ‘which’ goes with fireworks, which of course can’t say anything. ‘it’ is the Board. Technically. which should be that ;)

      Can’t take ‘it’ out. Can rewrite like this:
      The government’s own Central Pollution Control Board lists 15 substances in fireworks that are “hazardous and toxic”. (the ‘it says’ is redundant).

      Adam

    Hi Sophie,

    I would use across, but like this:
    The popularity of social networks is rising across all age groups. (among can also be used, but across suggests a spectrum).

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

Great lesson as usual!

byte

Thanks for the lesson

nathee.c

thanks mr Adam…I like your teaching…

najafifatemeh1991

Thanks Adam, it was interesring.

Raderina

Thank you Adam for the lesson, it was good. I got 90/100

Liiiz

Thank you.

Hamidlgk

Thank you

arsalnenman

Thank you so much

transuong

thanks!

Shalagin

Adam i have question, if i don’t know word where can i translate this word for georgian? i seen your youtub videos and i don’t use google translate and when i went oxforddictionary there is only english translate and i want to transalte for my tongue and can you help me?

GiorgiKacho

    Hmm. Two good alternatives we know of, DeepL and Bing Translate, don’t have Georgian. Have you tried translate.ge?

    engVid Moderator

    Hi GiorgiKacho,

    I’m afraid I don’t know where to find Georgian, but the moderator’s suggestion might help.

    Adam

I know it has nothing to do with my body & organs, but could anyone please explain to me which of the following alternatives is (or are) correct: (1) a few hour instruction, (2) a few-hour instruction, (3) a few hours instruction or (4) a few hours’ instruction?

When I was writing a text a few days ago, I decided to go for the last option — though it was not any decision in the truest sense of the word but the very first and natural choice of mine which I had not pondered over for hours before making it… I just made it. Now, however, as I am proofreading the text, some doubts have arisen.

Options (1) and (3) are clearly wrong because of the lack of punctuation marks – the hyphen and the apostrophe, respectively. But what about the other two options? I read a post on the Internet (though the website was not a one I would call “a reliable source”) that “a few hours’ instruction” is an archaic and “more dramatic” (whatever it means) expression, and that the author of the post would basically never use it personally. But why? Whereas “a few hours’ instruction” has around 15,000 Google hits, “a few-hour instruction” has none…

Also, should I use the article “a” before “few hours’ instruction? Here (https://ell.stackexchange.com/questions/5577/should-you-say-hour-or-hours-in-this-type-of-sentence) one person says I should not.

ernest

    And one more thing: what about “a few(-)hours(-)LONG instruction”?

    ernest

    “A few hours’ instruction” may sound a bit more formal or old-fashioned in some situations, but it is correct. You can easily find similar examples, like “a few minutes’ work” or “a few hours’ drive” (though most people, even native speakers, get the punctuation wrong). A more natural way to say it might be “a few hours of instruction”.

    I’m not exactly sure why, but you generally only see compound adjectives like this with exact numbers (“a two-hour wait”, “two hours’ wait”), and not with words like “few” or “many”.

    engVid Moderator

      OK, so, generally, the possessive form is a bit more old-fashioned (and perhaps more British than American) but both are perfectly correct.

      Here: http://random-idea-english.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-ten-minute-walk-ten-minutes-walk.html, this is all well explained and exemplified, too.

      One should just pay attention to their punctuation and remember that before the possessive form there are no articles — it’s a two-hour instruction, but: it’s _ two hours’ instruction.

      Thanks, endVid

      ernest

    Hi Ernest,

    The moderator gave a good answer (a few hours’ instruction).

    When in doubt, change the structure:

    After receiving instructions for just a few hours, …

    Adam

Sir i got 70/100 thank you…. sir can you guide me aboout preposition?

Muhammad Asaad

    Hi Muhammad,

    There are too many to mention here. Do a search on this site and you will see a few videos about this topic.

    Adam

I got 8/10. Thanks!

Lukoki Simão

It was amazing!!!! THANK YOU, Mr. Adam.

johanapatricia

Great lesson. Thanks

Iva Marinho

Thanx a lot Adam

Dyhia@ld

Adam you are an amazing teacher

demyeaty

Thank you

kourchi

Thanks sir.
I’m preparing for the GED English test and i couldn’t clear it

ayesha hydar

    Keep trying Ayesha :) It will come to you.

    Adam

thank’s sir

ahmedcherif821

Thanks everyone :)

Adam

My favorite teacher!

Kellyepifanio

a very essential lesson
thank u :)

NoorMajed

I have always been interested and curious into how the body works

NoorMajed

Thank you 🙏

Krich

Thank you so much .
you are very great teachers
I learn a lot of new things from your lessons.
Love all of you

white hourse

Thank you Mr Adam I like you english

Sihem.16

Thanks, Mr. Adam
Your classes helped me a lot….
again and again, we love you first and then your classes

Javad

Thanks, you’re great teacher!

Betty

thanks you i have had 60

davykoua

I got 10 out of 10 100%

amir@engvid

Hi Adam i can’t find the word “feces” in my dictionary, but i’ve found the next word “faeces”. Was it the misprint or they are the same words. And thank you very much for your helpful videos!

suhanoves

Thank you Adam!It was an interesting lesson! Please keep on making such great videos!!!

Amorus

I got 100 %, thanks a lot Adam, I wish you a succes year ahead

jctv75

I wanna thank you for every explanation you made.
Very talented teacher. Greetings from Colombia.

mariam820915

What an interesting lesson!!!

Lloyd Garmadon

Hi adam …
i proud for you .
your follower from Yemen.
best greeting

Maeen Alfakih

Hi Adam it is very essential for longer life and health.Thank u

zerit

Hi Adam , this my first lesson . it’s very important
thank you .

wizar

Thanks dear teacher from your nice lesson.

atiqullah

Hello Mr Adam, do you teach for ESL classes organ ?
I like to come to your class if you have any ESL class.

Nargesdrb

that’s right

Ellys

Hi Adam! I did’nt understand Q7!! could you explain it for me? Please!

Mujahid A.Bilal

Thank you Adam.
I enjoy this video. Very interesting for me. :D

fatih1hsu

thanks for lesson, very good

ajschess

thank you for this lesson.

marc desir

thank you!

Faysal Ahmed

80% :) Thank

Ramos1209

thanks a lot Mr

rahmatullahhassani

thanks Adam.

Antonio1964

Thank you.<3

BBgun

Thanks Adam, good presentation!

Alejandro Bugarin

Woow!! That’s owesome

Manar abdelrheem

thank you Adam for this anatomic lesson

SOTBER01

Thank you sir…
Its my first time to do my English course, and I like it very much.

rodick

Hi Engvid Team,
could you please explain the difference between the word of ‘Expel’ and ‘Exhale’?

daahirjaalle

    Expel means “to push out”, not just physically. For example: “squids swim by expelling water behind them”, or “I was expelled from school because I got in a fight”.

    Exhale has a more specific meaning; it means “to breathe out”.

    engVid Moderator

Thank you, Mr, Adam I got 8/10 you explain it very well.

Liliy

Thanks ,adam,this lesson same other lessons is very excellent I got 10/10

Baghban

Thanks for the lesson

MarianaUY

Thank you so much Mr Adam
I enjoy this video

Hamed.Mehrabzadeh

100/100 thank you Adam 🤗

jane.doe

Thank you teacher

And Martins

Thank you mr Adam you are the best ever
Appreciate 🧡

Shaymam26

can you use picture for be easier ?

sakurawow3

I got 7/10, thanks Adam.

vidael90

Thanks a lot!

Aleks Kiselev

I got nine! I didn’y know the word one word.

Edson Augusto Castro

*didn’t know one word

Edson Augusto Castro

thank you so much

saida Bd

hello my name saida

saida Bd

thanks adam, it’s a rich topic if there was a diagram to describe each system on the diagram in this topic it will be really helpful.

hossam atef

6. The lungs absorb oxygen from the air and _______ CO2 from the body.

Does “exhale” correct?

Jerry Gu

I used to think that organs’ names have to be similar in different languages, becouse they are made from Latin. But they are much different in English, Ukrainian and Russian languages. It’s interesting.
Thanks, Adam.

MaryVEgorova

keep going

abdelaziz ata

I liked it

shamora

Thank you Mr.Adam this lesson is a crucial lesson thank you sir.

nuurcabdi20

thank you Adam.i got 10 .

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