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Good lesson, but I won’t use these words much within mt situation :)

Profile photo of ゞ(≧▽≦*)o ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

    Hahaha I don’t think I’ll use them either !

    Profile photo of henriquecruz henriquecruz

    I agree with your comment, however it is important to know -at least- where to place an intesifier in a sentence.

    Profile photo of Regino Regino

      Writing a story using Posh English, I don’t quite get it. I would prefer using neutral language to do it.

      Profile photo of Regino Regino

        i’m with u i also prefer neutral language..

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I kind use bloody when I get mad. Thanks a lot for the lesson.

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Thanks it was a bloody frigging lesson! :)

Profile photo of Olivier777 Olivier777

Thank u Jade for this interesting lesson . First I didn’t get the lesson exactly but, after doing the quiz I went thorough it :)

Profile photo of Emily1973 Emily1973

so impressive lesson. thank you. :)

Profile photo of Peter Jeon Peter Jeon

Thanks teacher Jade! This lesson makes me more understanding in your culture. Terribly Brilliant! =) keep up the good work!

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My score was perfect :D I usually use neutral English. But bloody and bare were interesting words for me. Thank you for your lesson, Jade :)

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8/10 My score today put me on a bloody mood disposition. Normally I rather prefer stay on a best score position such as 10/10

Profile photo of Jorge Pedroso Jorge Pedroso

    You would say, ‘My score put me in a bloody bad mood.’ – you still need an adjective (bad).

    Profile photo of Jade Jade

      Thank you

      Profile photo of Jorge Pedroso Jorge Pedroso

      hi, i want to aske you one question about english
      lesson before i speak french so now i confuse pronunciation and other things like basic , i can not understand grammar english but i have so more vocabular in english .i want you give me like advice

      Profile photo of konoy konoy

      Your accent is killing me . :)
      Keep it up. I appreciate your hard work for us .

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Hi Jade thank you very much for the lesson it was very interesting.
scored 10/10!

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I got 9 correct out of 10.
:, It was a bloody lesson. it was a terribly.

Profile photo of Mohammed Shkur Mohammed Shkur

Hi Jade, thanks for useful lesson
take care

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Hi ..I need to improve my English .I’d like to talk with people all around the word please add on skype …I love to watch this videos …thank you for all teachers here because I’ve been learning every days ..
so Add on skype julianalima25

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Thank you teacher

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thanks for the lesson it was really helpfull

Profile photo of alikizilaslan alikizilaslan

Great! to have nuances for all kinds of dialogue(or people!)is rather usefull. thanks

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Good lesson I like it & would love to hear more :)

Profile photo of Alaa Elmallah Alaa Elmallah

Thank you ,COACH….

Profile photo of abdulaziz 24 abdulaziz 24

Thank you Jade.

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I really appreciate your good efforts and I really and nough and bare like it :) and I aim to attend all your lessons, and sorry about the grammatical mistakes

Profile photo of AzadHamo AzadHamo

    Just use one informal intensifier at a time. I really like it. The video is bare good.

    Profile photo of Jade Jade

      Is it possible that “bare” might be introduced as a intensifier adverb cause it sounds similar to very? And , despite of some nervousness your class was terribly good!

      Profile photo of w4gnersilv4 w4gnersilv4

thanks jade. this was awfully useful.

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the lesson is terribly nice, thanks very much Jade

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Ima no good at swearing. Got 5/10. : P
I’m still alive without. ^^ .
It’s worth sometimes though. [ :
Shy of the bare swear. : )

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Profile photo of cipenad cipenad

Thanks a lot you are a such awfully cute teacher:))))

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Your accent is terribly nice and I fairly get it!

Profile photo of phelipecastro phelipecastro

Jade, you are by far the best! Your Posh English sounds ‘nough funny (*^_^*)

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What a terribly lesson! I think it’s very useful, because in lots of american/british series you’ll hear most of the slan/swear words we have just learnt.

Profile photo of Cris-Spain Cris-Spain

    Hola, Cris! As our beaultiful teacher told us, we have to use an adjective after the adverb terribly: “What a terribly good lesson!” Just trying to help… Best wishes!

    Profile photo of w4gnersilv4 w4gnersilv4

thanks so much ,it was a terribly helpful lesson :)

Profile photo of ThanhThuy1912 ThanhThuy1912

    its is :)

    Profile photo of musa12 musa12

Hello teacher! Great,great and killing lesson. The Cup in Brasil is so bloody to many countries!

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Great lesson as usual Jade. I’ve got 10 out of 10 but I’ve still got a restlessness…

If you don’t mind, could you explain me why in minute 2:54 you said “Fairly is more posh”, but in the 3rd question it’s used the superlative “The Poshest”?

My point is, You should say “Fairly is posher than…” or we can use it either way just like you did?

Thanks :)

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You are a terribly good teacher, I am so into your videos, I´m bare eager to see more of them coz its bloody worth it! :)
In other words: thank you very much for videos, they are perfect!

Profile photo of MaVolt MaVolt

hello , Jade
hope you doing well.sir
I have 2 question
1)what’s the diffrency between synonym and activator of a word?
2)if the pulural of tooth is teeth,why isnt the pulral of booth beeth?one goose 2geese So one moose 2meese?
thanks in advance.
by the way.
this is mehdi from Iran:)

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Hope you doing well madam

Profile photo of 123456mehdi 123456mehdi

Hi guys. I’ve only got one question. Namely, when to say ‘this’/’that’, and when to say ‘it’. Contrary to ‘this’ and ‘that’, I believe using ‘it’ is more impassive, unemotional. So, am I right?
By the way, Jade, you’re bloody awesome. I just thought you should know :)

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good lesson thank you jade

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got 30%.

Profile photo of Abdul Qayum Abdul Qayum

It’s really userful in English.

Profile photo of ianhomew ianhomew

Thanks for this lesson
It was really helpful))
I was surprised when I saw that using “so” before verb it’s incorrect

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Thanke u a lot for all what u give to us and this is the first time I know this two words ” bare and nough” and their meanings :)

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It’s my first comment! ;)

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Your lesson was bare GOOD , thnx so much.

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Thank you for your good lesson, Jade..

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Jade you are the only teacher on EngVid who I need to swith ON the subtitles… (and please someone correct my sentence)

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thanks Jade

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This was helpful lesson.It’s make me understand how to use those words and I’ve just known what posh words is.Then I got 8 out of 10.

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You are awfully sweet when teaching and I so am thirsty to watch your programs and they were fucking usefull for me to the moment.
This, to be specified, was a bloody session!!!

Profile photo of reihaneh.ayat reihaneh.ayat

Thank you for your class,Jade.You are bare clear.

Profile photo of marian witzke marian witzke

i m nough happy today with this lesson :)

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Hi jade send me a skype id please

Profile photo of omarosman1 omarosman1

Learn a new word, nough, thx!

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Thank you, I love you seriously

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I love when Jade is trying to improvise sentences, she’s funny :)

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that’s great…it was really helpful lesson…thanks.

Profile photo of Edu777 Edu777

Once again “two thumbs up”.

Fligging and Freeking are these words used only
in British English?

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Thank u ma’am!! this lesson was terribly useful for me. I love u so much, i wish i could go to England to see u, u have a killer eyes, i bare like it, sometime i think what’re u look like when u wear glasses =)) sorry if u can’t read that, my English is bloody terrible so i try to do better

Profile photo of Samuel Chan Samuel Chan

great lesson. I really like the way you teach. Thanks.

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Jade is terribly charming
I wonder where she come from.
she must eat much antyoxidant foods.

Profile photo of chakim hamzah chakim hamzah

no Indonesian else deg! I am alone here!
I am in my own!

Profile photo of chakim hamzah chakim hamzah

this my Quiz
Unfortunatly I got two wrong!
You got 8 correct out of 10.

Profile photo of chakim hamzah chakim hamzah

Hi everybody,welcome to my skype:KIMO-00
Please feel free to talk to my :)

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    To me ^_^

    Profile photo of chababi hakim chababi hakim

This class was terribly useful.

Profile photo of Aleciano Lobo Jr Aleciano Lobo Jr

I’d speak like a native speaker, but I’m so bored to learn English. How should I do?

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I don’t think the sawear word really necessary

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thanks :D

Profile photo of nguyenvinh.1312701 nguyenvinh.1312701

It’s a SMART; I learn new thing.

Thanks you

Profile photo of Vuthea Vuthea

it was really very helpful

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Thanks you Jade!
You are terribly charming woman! ;)

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I quite understood this lesson more over I’ve got some new sentences that how to use grammatically that you told me clearly.. .
thanks I love you speech anyway!..

Profile photo of Sivakumar Sivakumar

9/10 :D

These words are used to emphasise speeches, very popular in the vocabulary of the students of english around the world.

Thank you Jade!

Profile photo of Isaias Menezes Silva Isaias Menezes Silva

Thanks for the lesson.

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Hello please I need privet a teacher.

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Thank you jade😊

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Thank you, Jade. However, I’m confused about ” She is terribly or awfully charming. Does she is really charming? Terribly and awfully and negative words, right?

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I ve got 100, yay

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Ha ha.. I’ve got 8 out of 10. It was awfully good video to be more interesting.

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So, I’ve got 4 out of 10, but it’s very interisting lesson

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I got 9/10

Profile photo of Faizan 27 Faizan 27

Jade you are a terribly, awfully great teacher!

Profile photo of TotoCA TotoCA

Hi Jade! Hi everyone who will read this comment!
It was rather interesting, I have started to study English too far ago.
Sometimes, I don’t find wish to continue a bloody nightmare of myself education. But, when I am watching a nough lesson from ‘engVid’ and terrible interesting teacher, like you Jade, I am starting to think the dream isn’t a fligging joke.
Thank you for the fairly job!

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Thank you, Jade! Fairly good lesson!!

Profile photo of JJulian JJulian

Would you tell me if is correct to say: This is nough lesson.

Profile photo of arcipi1345 arcipi1345

Sorry1 I mean to write : This is nough good lesson.

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Thanks Jade.

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