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Thank you for teaching us

ABOSALAH 1985

Thanks,Emma !

kimurasan

Thank you Emma for introducing me to Mario.

beernaard

Thank you very much!

LIU CAILING

I thought it will be childish lesson, but it was fun to watch.

One of the things I get confused sometimes are all those contractions used in English. Like:
“He’s finished the meal.” –> He has…
“He’s writing a letter.” –> He is…
“It’s a nice weather:” –> It is…
“Its collar is red.” –> Its means belonging to “it”.
“Let’s go.” –> From this video: “Let us go.” I would never guess this!

It would be nice to have some video of all kind of contractions they are used in English.

Also, I remember avoiding “gonna” and similar words, because my English teacher said, it was slang and it should be avoided in formal English.

Okey, dokey sounds funny and somehow childish to use, so probably better to avoid in formal English. Probably fine in informal causal speech. Similar from animations: “See You Later, Alligator.” It’s fun to use with friends, but you can’t say this to your teacher or boss in working environment.

rokaly

Thank you Emma for the fun lesson!

Lalananana

here we go!

abderrazaq

Dear Mrs. Emma, what a nice idea to talk about Mario’s English! I think he is the most famous pumber of the world. Congratulations! We learnt from you: Everday English often uses contractions. Nowadays that’s no slang anymore saying “gonna” for example. Hope my English is correct?

Arminius

Thanks Bu Emma for teaching us

nurhasan-IAESI123

Thank you, Mrs. Emma. Exciting video. I like Mario too.

Steven

Thank you so much for this lesson Mrs. Emma, so funny and exciting video

Faruk HARHARAH

Thank you

kefayatullahdilawar@gmail.com

Hi there teacher Emma today we learn as doing contractions gonna going to let’s the contractions is let us and many more we learning way to go means well done 👍✅ another expression that the teacher is teaching is here we go means when something is just beginning to happen or moved and Mario is trying that we doing longer sentences and Mario’s accent isn’t canadian. Take care.

Luisinroguz

Thank you so much for this lesson

hmolazem

Thank you so much

NNikolay

Great video!

ErickDan12@2

thank’s mario

mohammed nadir

Thank you

moustaphalomoussalo

thanks teacher Emma this vedio is great

muhsin mohamed

Hi teacher and Mario,

Thank you so much fot this leasson, I’m starting with my english class and I’m very motivated to improve every day. so, like Mario’s said: “Here we go” :)

Pipe112

thanks

@tonisantosbsb

thank you Emma

salimpiou

thanks

mariarosaria2024

10/10 Here we go! ✌️🌟

AndreOliveira.BR

way to go

Alaa Al-shawa

Thanks!

ib.abdoulaye1988@gmail.com

Thanks.

Peregrino

Thank you :)

Hanifa19

Many thanks!

M.MAHAMAT

thank you alot

arwa altayari

Thank you so much

Alaadin Moh

Thanks for your explication

Elhoucine1984.

Gonna : going to .
Way to go !: Well done !
Thanks Teacher Emma for this funny lesson . We returned to our children days with Mario’s video games …beautiful days .

abdelzizalouche

Thank you so much Emma, it’s useful for learning English from Mario. I got few expressions Mario. I will use it in my daily conversation.

merryclarissa

Thank you very much Emma ☺️😍🥰🥰

Sarahabdellah

Thanks

Emad100adel

Mario could teach english

sexologia.alfonso@gmail.com

Thank you so much

marianaden

Thank you.

Jakrawut
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