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Thanks a million Adam
I really appreciate your precious information
Can you please make more talks about native speakers habits on speaking naturally

ashraf

    Will do Ashraf ;)

    Adam

Thanks a lot.

AmrAbdElhameed

Thanks a lot Adam.

Desire77

Yes! I got 10 to 10! Congrats to me! hahaha

LucasBonanno

    Congrats indeed :)

    Adam

It was a cas lesson that I appreciated. Thanks Adam.

beernaard

1o/1o :D
thanks,Mr.Adam
it’s helpfull lesson for one of the most difficult skills we need to master -speak as native speakers

Janyl

hello!

great!

ChrisKings

A useful lesson! thanks!

happy BB

Thank you very much!

leiliu123

Thanks.

Mohammad Shojaee

Thanks for your class teacher

RENATO

Thanks
I got 10 out of 10

Jawharah44

Thank you Adam ! I got 10/10 . This is necessary lesson to use in daily life.

HYKA GERTI

Thanks Adam

SayedBasha

Thank you Adam it is very important lesson

Hussen1740

Thanks Adam! You are an excellent teacher!

Santo Febles

Thank you)

Ira1210

Dear Adam,
Hope you are well,
I was wondering if you could also cover my question in your next Eng grammar video when you have a chance.

I feel like this could be really easy once explained clearly but somehow it’s a bit tricky.

For example, sentences could be
1. ‘We’ all have ‘a role’ to play in keeping our campuses COVIDSafe.
2. ‘We’ all take our ‘hearts’ for granted.

And in sentence 1, we as in you have a role and I have a role but we all have ‘a role’ (singular). But in sentence 2, we have ‘hearts’ (plural) even though you have a heart and I have a heart.

Sentences like that with more than one person have or do something with singular or plural nouns, and I am not sure when to use which one and why..?
hope you understand my question, thank you.

aurobe

    Hi Aurobe,

    I understand your frustration. Technically, it should be “We each have a role to play….” or “We all have roles to play….” That said, even native speakers make grammar mistakes that are mostly overlooked by people because they get the message clearly enough anyway. Some people might also think that we all have the same role to play, so it can be singular. Generally speaking, using correct grammar is the best option.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

Thanks everyone :)

Adam

thanks sir, it is new lesson that I hear

Sher Hussain Hussainpor (sher.hussain58@yahoo.com)

Good day, Adam! It was a kind & funny lesson. Nice voice and a way of teaching. Keep it up.

SengVid

10/10! Great! Congrats! I got a full mark again.

Jerry Gu

A lot of thanks!

Hieu Tr๏ng Khau

than you mr adam i apreciated.

Big shark

thanks Adam we need more from these shorten words > and if we don’t understand the native can we say please speak slow down or try to pass ???

sawsan Nageeb

    Don’t be shy about asking them to slow down and repeat if you don’t understand.

    Adam

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      sawsan Nageeb

Hello Adam,
your class is very easy to understand and also it is inspiring me to learn more and quick.
Thank you Again!

ShivamSingh9125

Is it common to hear this way of speaking in IELTS exams?

Jhow

Hi Adam i love you classes, this was good!…

migueljord

Thank you Adam! I’ve learned something new in this video and tbh I’ve seen some of the shortwords on twitter yet and even used them before but didn’t realise they ARE shortwords. Glad that eventually I know the fact and thanks again:)

likkki

Hi ADAM,I’m new here,and learn so much today.thankyou!

edmundchen

Thank you Mr.Adam.

Alex-1956

thanks alot mr adam

Jasmin kamal
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