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lamanmukhtarzade

thank you for this english lesson it’s help me a lot for my grammar and vocabulary.

geraldine pamilaga

Wow, It is an amazing lesson!Thanks, Emma.

Lalananana

I GOT 100% CORRECT

Hilton Nicolau

    And I too brother!

    Alexsander LL

      me too kkkk

      Kauankun114

Thank you, Emma very good lesson

El Dano

1o/1o
thank you,Mrs. Emma
Interjections ( short words in English that show feelings)are very common in English conversations. They’re very useful for making English conversations more natural

Janyl

Lovely lesson!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you,Emma!

zigmund

Thank you Emma! I like this lesson.

Denise Pimenta

Great! I don’t know about expressions like: Eww, gross and yuck

davimota

Thank you Emma! your teaching is really great🙏

Zohreh Moradi

Hello, Emma.
What a great lesson, but I got only 7/10!!!
I loved the examples of interjections! All of them are very interesting!
How Janyl said, “They’re very useful for making English conversations more natural.”
Then, thank you for all.
Take care.

Miguel Geronimo

@engVid Moderator:Hi! I happened to know engVid this August and started to study English in this site. Your site is so splendid! I already watched more than 100 videos. All videos are interesting and useful for studying English. By the way, I need your cooperation. I left my comments to Gill’s “Shall in English” and Emma’s “Interjections”. I asked Gill:’Could you recommend me the books written in plain English such as “Anne of Green Gables” by L.M.Montgomery ?’ I asked Emma:’ The meaning of a famous line in “Casablanca”. ‘Both questions are different from the theme of videos this time, but I want to know. I would be happy if Gill and Emma would answer that for me.

kimurasan

    Hi! I’ll see if I can let Gill know to answer your question. In the meanwhile, you might want to check out other teachers’ videos about books to read!

    – Alex: 5 Books To Improve Your English, What Books Should I Read To Improve My English?
    – Benjamin: The BEST Classic Books for Kids and Teenagers
    – Emma: Improve Your English With Comics and Graphic Novels

    As for “here’s looking at you,” it is an idiomatic old American toast (something you say before drinking), similar to “Here’s to you”. (For a longer explanation with older examples, see this StackExchange answer.) Humphrey Bogart’s character, Rick, uses it this way earlier in the movie. When Rick says it at the end of the movie, he is (metaphorically) wishing Ilsa good luck in her new life.

    engVid Moderator

      Hi ! Thank you so much for your kind reply. I’ve watched the videos about books to read(by Alex,Benjamin,and Emma). These videos became a great reference for me. As for ” Here’s looking at you, kid !”, I want to thank you for your polite explanation. You are really amazing. I didn’t receive Gill’s comment about books to read yet. I want her to recommend me the books written in plain English. Please cooperate with me once again. I would be happy if you would answer that for me.

      kimurasan

Thank u it was helpful :)

Ruq97

wow! it couldn’t be better…

stumpark

thank

andy

thank very much

andy

Very informative lecture from converstion perspective.

happynazeer

Thanks a lot my teacher

ALFARAOG

thank you.

Farah khalify

Hi there teacher emma all theres words is very small and it’s very important take them into account for you have to conversation with native speaker or our life it’s amazind and vert interesting o take care and I expect in another video teacher bye see you soon.

Luisinroguz

Thank you so much Emma!!!

Ev.An

You’re A mazing teacher

JOEsef

Wow! I made all correct answers!
I’m so proud of myself!
Thanks Emma 😊

Tammyjang1

wonderful lesson

KONYA

Thank you very much Emma

Tarik0663

5/10 interested video Emma thanks

Anwardo

Wow! I got 9!
Amazing result by the way!

Kunu

I got just 6

Amoo

Thank you Ms.Emma.

Alex-1956

Thank you teacher Emma for your helping, knew learners are always appreciating to you.

shafie98

thanks

mohamed rafik

Gross!90%

Asniza

these words are also common and same as in Vietnamese!

andrewgrimes

Thank you

Anura2023
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