possibleinto its opposite by adding the prefix
im-, to make
impossible. In this lesson, I’ll help you improve your vocabulary by teaching you FIVE negative prefixes, all beginning with
i. Learn the rest of the negative prefixes by watching the next lesson!
☺ 100. <3 you Gill.
Hello mam, I am very interested to learn english and I want to adopt english as my native langusge because i am very fond of this and i want to become a writer and before this it’s mandatory that i cover all aspects of english grammar and i want to absorb into myself, now i am near to complete my post graduate. Kindly help me in this regard that what should i take steps ? And
please recommend me english grammar books. To read them i don’t need to english grammar in future, of course practice will be continued.
Hi Awais – my advice is to keep studying every day, and speak/write in English as much as you can. Try different methods – variety is important so that you don’t get tired of doing the same thing all the time. Find at least one native English speaker if you can, to have regular chats with. Look at different websites and use the ones you feel most comfortable with. Wishing you all the best! :-)
I got it all ?
Gill, I LOVE your accent… wish I could speak like that!
…by the way, is there a video about “THIS or THAT”?
Hi Netti – thank you for your kind words :-) Here is a video by Rebecca on this/that:
All the best with your studies!
❤️Thank you, Gill, Rebecca’s video was very helpful! … and I got 100% in the quiz ?
Thanks you very much Gill, I love you jejeje your lessons and your accent are the best.
Dear Mrs Gill,
Since you started working together with the guys from EngVid, I’ve got more and more interest in English culture and language. You know well how to prepare classes short, concise and full of relevant content.
You showed that this impossible mission in fact is way easy and possible.
I’d like to her you talking about English words related to supermarket/bakery, as many off us, those learning a new language, will need be abble to handle more then juts to buy bread and milk.
Exemple.: What type of bread do you can buy?
My respect, dear Gill. Thank you for such a useful lesson. I sort of understood everything, but made two mistakes. Most likely I will look again!
Thank you Gill. Great class!
thank you GILL for this lesson
well done! thank teacher for the lesson.
Impact from you who is famous in Envid.com to me is visible, my responsibility is harder studies to improve my skill English, that’s irreversible process and that isn’t impossible thing in fact many student could become better. Thank you so much
Thanks a lot, Gill.
Good teacher, thankyou very much to be here.
Very understandable, thank you!
This lesson help me a lot
this way is very easy to learn and memorize many words
Thank you Gill!
Thanks a lot, Gill! Your lesson always are very useful and clear/ My result is 100! You are great teacher!
Hey, check out official engVid community in VK). Right now we have a giveaway two 45-minute lesson with EngVid teacher! vk.com/engvid
My VK is blocked. How do you use it in Ukraine? Please spill the beans about this secret. Or maybe you know another way to get lessons you offer. Thanks a lot in advance!
BIG thanx for one special person who guide me to this great web .. :)
Thank you so much Gill!!
Dear Mrs Gill,
I’m so happy to be one of your interesting students, the dear teacher this language isn’t my mother Taung but I wanna to learn as a native one and I will put my best efforts and you give me hand in order to achieve my target.
Again and again thank you for your teaching.
thank you very much mam
Thanks for this usefull,interesting,rewarding lesson Gill. I’ve found it unforgettable!
Thank you Gill.
Thanks so much Gill for this helpful lesson.
Thanks was good
Very Good Thanks
Hi Gill, I hope you are doing well.
When a noun in Portuguese starts with the letters ” P” or ” B “, the letter before has to be ” M ” and never a ” N “. So for the “IM” prefix; could I use it as a rule? Thank you very much. The class was awesome!
Hi Fabricio – that’s an interesting rule – thank you :-) I think in English it might work before P (impossible, impractical), but not before B (unbelievable, unbreakable). Thank you for your kind words and all the best with your studies!
I got 10 out of 10! I learned news words are “efficient, legible, literate, pact, lusion, rigate and nite.” I think this lesson is beginning for me. Anyways, thank you Gill!
Hello Chan – thanks for your comment. Just to point out that lusion, rigate and nite are not full English words – please watch the end of the video again for clarification :-) All the best!
Hey, check out an official EngVid community in VK). Right now we have a giveaway two 45-minute lesson with EngVid teacher! vk.com/engvid
you’re a very good teacher
Thank you.Gill. Perhaps, is there no some principles?
Thank you so much, Mrs. Gill. Your lesson brings me much meaning of new words. Hope you continue to contribute such as useful lesson like this.
how to open the video?thank you for telling me
If you are visiting from China, all our videos are hosted on YouTube, so that is probably why you can’t see them.
Thank you so much for all of your lessons.
The way that your are using is unique …
Your accent is so wonderful.
10/10 thank you ma’am
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Thank you for this lesson Gill (:
dear miss Gill i like your lesson and your way to explain words
It’s nice, I got all the answers correct. 10 out of 10.
Thanks a lot for your teaching, Gill!
Dear Gill, there was incredible expierence:) Your way of teaching is SO GREAT:) I remembered almost everything:)I can’t find the next lesson about negative prefixes? Please help me:)
Thank you very much Mrs. Gill!
I Want to learn English. So I have to read more and more,
The purpose of learning English is to preach Islam in the USA. The language of USA and UK is English. So I have to learn English. Please give me information in this matter.
I love the way of your teaching. You’re the best. Thank you so much ❤️
Thank you so much
That about “loyal”
I am waiting for the second part
Hello , everybody i m new student .GILL I REALLY LIKE YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE BEST TEACHER .Could you please give me some tips Which are helpful for me to improve my english speaking. I really need it . Could you please tell me which kind of vocabulary are daily use.
Great class, thanks a lot!
Thank you so much.
Am honestly enjoying this
Hi Gill, as always excellent job
Hi Gill I love your class.
Thanks alot. Iam a Vietname. I do not have time and money to go English class although i very love English. So I learnt English myself in last year.
This month, I shown your lectures, I was very great. I love your lectures and I watch its every day.
One again, thanhk you alot!
I got it all,that was a superb lecture ?. Thank you
Thank a lot!
Thank you this very useful lesson
Thank you Gill,very helpful.
Hello teacher Gill! I really learned a lot from you. I’m a public school teacher in the Philippines and I’m planning to take up my Master of Arts in Teachung English because I want to enhance my knowledge and I want to impart it to my learners. I hope you can help me with my studies. God bless you always teacher Gill.
Master of Arts in Teaching English
well done, Gill hugs (Kazakhstan 21Nov2021)
9/10 thanks Mrs Gill
Thank you, Gill
Thanks! You are really very nice lady!!! I like your quite lessons!!!
Thank you Teacher Gill. I got 100.