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100℅ ☺ Thank you Gill. Superb lesson. I enjoyed a lot .


i would like to thank mss gill and her teem, because always you standing our improving our English speaking,
so thank you so much,

mohamed ibrahim fanah

Sorry Ms Gill, you´re not a normal teacher, but an EXCELLENT one ;)
Thank you so much for your lesson and your clear explanations.
Btw, shouldn´t it be a hyphen in question number one?


    Thanks for your kind words :-) As mentioned in the video, the word ‘nonsense’ doesn’t have a hyphen, unlike the other examples I gave. The English language is full of exceptions!!


      Ohhh yes, I´ve watched the video once again and you explained it in minute 9:16. Sorry for the stupid question and thanks again Gill!!


Mrs Gill thanks for your improvement.

Edison belibofa

I like the way you explian the meaning of the words . You make it easier to understand. Thank you alot .

Nourah Gh

Hi! It’s always a huge pleasure to study your class. See you!


    Hi do you want to practise english with me?

    Murtaza Khan

hi Mrs Gill thank you for everything,i appreciat you a lot, so to day my English is getting better.


Thank my best teacher gill I wanna happy to give more about the negative word because I can make more mistake just you can me good confidence what I’d to say have you made more effort keep going i want to join by course of TOEFL, please can you help me what about that course, i think so to help me ok teacher nice to me you.


I don’t know that also a- and an- are used as a negative prefix with some words!
Thanks Gill,


Wow, I got 10 correct out of 10. Thanks teacher Gill!

Rafael Muniz

Wow, I’ve solved 10 correct out of 10. Thanks, teacher

nooragha nejat

All correct


I got 10/10, but i still quite embarrassing when change from normal to abnormal, that is rarely see it in sentences. Thank Gill so much

nguyen van long

made 100 yeah


really helping me We own you


Thanks really helpful




100 thank you


Please : I Would like to ask about the words “counter clockwise”. Does it mean the same than anti clockwise? Thanks so much for your useful lessons . You’re one of the best teachers I’ve ever meet !!!


    Hi! There are the same. I think counterclockwise will be used in the USA.


Thank you Gill.


Gill, Does you tutor on skype: Sevigr
I want to take lessons from you. if you write to me, I will glad you.


thank you


Amazing 😉 and very simple explanation

Ahmed sayed ali

one of the best teachers who I do like their accent.
if you can make more videos about the advanced grammar, please.

omar fathi

Thank you teacher Gill. I got 10 out 10.


thank you teacher gill i got 2 out 10


How do I take class one ow one with you in private lesson? Please let me know.


Thanks gill ,I got 90 and I would like to become of your students and learn with you .

Pearl freddy

Thankyou very much friendly and happy teacher. I am learning so much with you Gill.


Gill, I thank you immensely. Great lesson as always. Grazie! ❤️


I love a British accent , but i can’t learn it even i practice hard it’s so difficult


Hallo, Mrs Gill! You overlooked about “able” in the end of the lesson. Could you explain, please, negative variants of “able”: unable, disable? Thank you!

Vladimir Petrush

for quiz 1, there is no (-) for non-sense,
by the way thanks Gill,i,ve got all .

Al- Shahrier Mehedi

90% without watching video )


study english is abnormal for me on a regular basis :D

Simple Yarik

Gill i got 90 points

[Thank you]


Hello, Gill :)
The prefixe MIS- is missing, but I am confident there will be more lessons about negative prefixes. Thank you for you invaluable lessons.


“prefix”, of course (a typo, as always).


I got all 10.thank you for this wonderful lesson.


thank you gill


The lesson was very interesting.

Thank you.


Thank you Ms. Gill.


Thank you Gil for the video, Clarify for me please. Can’t I say unable or I have to say not able?

Allan Brazil

    You can say UNABLE :)

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