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thanks :)

smdb

    Thanks to you, too, smdb! I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

Hello, have you ever considered make the lists with numbers and also with the date?. It is hard to follow a guide with to many lessons, I don’t know which is new or old. Maybe you can do groups of topics. Regards Ginger from CR.

GINGER BARBOZA

    On engvid, you will find lessons grouped by category and on my youtube channel, you will find playlists of various subject areas, including the verb tenses in order. All the best to you, Ginger.

    Rebecca

This is one of the best lessons I have ever attended
Thank you so much

Reem4s

i hadn’t been thinking to got this level thnk u tecaher

ysamotalis

    Hi, I just want to say that think is a stative verb as it describes a mental state so we cannot use it with continuous tenses. Yet, we also say I was thinking.

    fouzia21

you deserve an Oscar in teaching !

erlin qordja

    Awwww…thank you kindly, erlin qordja. I wish you much success going forward. Learning is always a partnership.

    Rebecca

      Hello) Thank you and all teachers\staff for this beatiful materials.

      Please help me)
      If I wont to learn english, which order of lessons I`m need to watch

      ApeS

I had been initiated in teaching English for these last years. I got 10 out of 10. Thanks teacher!

Blanes BOUNGOU

Hey, Rebecca.thank you for teached me all of this tenses. and let me ask you something if you can. Can i got your video lecture notes in pdf? especially, you had teached us about present perfect ,past present,present prefect progressive and past prefect contniuses tense.

kassa331

Hi everyone,
as always extremely useful lesson. I still wait for these lesson about advanced future tenses.
Before i watched the video I had taken the quiz and I got 8/9. I made a little mistake in the last question. I had always thought a gerund of “participate” contains with double 2 before I saw the answers. Thanks to you I know I was wrong.
Please, correct me if I used “Past Perfect” in my sentences incorrectly.

I wish all the best for everyone who reads that comment.

marcin95

It has been an excellent class.

Victor Zaldana

Hi everyone first i made the quiz whitout see the lesson i point then i saw the lesson and i obtain a 100 thats great thank you Engvid and Rebeca you are the best i really enjoy all your class and learn easily whit you thank you so much

yelcek

I first got a 50 whitout seeing the lesson after watching i obtain 100

yelcek

You´re amazing

kala 1711

The classes are awesome…

Ranjani15690

this class is really awesome to me…thank you so much.

Abul Mohsin

Awesome Class, Your accent is so clear to be understable for new students. Thanks once more

Dracoreich12

I had a better understanding on spelling changes. When we change -ie to -y. I watched the other lessons in which this is explained as well, but in this time, in exactly this point, it was more clear.
Thank you Mrs Rebecca.

Roberto

Thank you. I learned new tense.

Yasin duzgun

10 out of 10. Thank you Rebecca. A little remark from my biography, just for exercise. I had been living in Ukraine for 10 years before I moved to Russia.

DinDim

Thank you so much Rebecca I had been learning by watching EngVID for many months

Sunantha Atsawakitthada

Thanks,ı had been benefitting

Murat35

Thank you very much teacher you helped me to much

Amani saad

Thank you very Rebecca! Now I feel very comfortable of using past perfect continuous! Yay!!!

tianlan0113

    Yes!! So glad you feel more confident now, tianlan0113. All the best to you!

    Rebecca

I had been learning English before I obtained score 100

Ambar932

Thank you so much mam for your wonderful lesson.It’s so useful.you explained very well.

Prasunan

nice video..i really like you the way of your speech.

dhivakar7

I got 10/10, Thanks Rebecca for your great lesson, would you mind asking one question HOPE,MISS,SLEEP,FEEL aren’t stative verb?

karthika karunakaran

I would and i had are both I’d when you make it short form? Ty

Moctatomas

    Yes, that’s right, Moctatomas.
    I’d like some water, please. – I would
    I’d gone to the supermarket. – I had
    Wishing you continued success!

    Rebecca

I can’t speak english plaezz hlep

Hisham ata 89

I had been learning a great lesson before I started my work.

Happy Sarker

Me-I got 100% Tq ma’am for your precious time to explain these tenses
Rebecca- Waiting for Response(let it be me)

aabbcc1122

    Congratulations on your super score! That’s great, aabbcc1122! Of course, we learn through mistakes too, so always stay strong and positive to make the greatest progress. I wish you ongoing success.

    Rebecca

THANKS

airsidesafety

Thank you so much, Ma’am Rebecca, for the lesson you taught. I didn’t understand this English tense before as clear as now. I’m so excited to watch more of your videos.

Levi Lakian

100%, thank you

alaa2211@gmail.com

Somebody please help me.
In question 9 , how could we be sure that they(her parents) aren’t saving money for her anymore ?

J.Motallebi

    Please see my answer to Janio below. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you!

Mvpina

I enjoy a lot every class with teacher Rebecca. She explains in carefull and clear way. My respects to her.

Mary-Kv

I’m unable to get a hang of ‘had’ word while communicating. When I’m able to speak same sentence by using past simple or present prefect, I really don’t understand the use of this tense.

Little Nagyal

I really admire your laughing,pls keep it forever and all the best with your job.

justkml

Thank you Rebecca for a very useful lesson! I got 10 correct out of 10. You explain everything in such a clear way. It’s so obvious you do what you love. Keep on and all the best!

Roen

    Thank you kindly, Roen! I do love what I do! How did you know??? Haha! I wish you much success going forward.

    Rebecca

Thank you so much!!!!

stnog3

Thank you :)

Manal sweety

I love Rebbeca, because her my english getting better.

Emma Rose 30

Good class. But in the question 9, it´s not possible to know if they had been stopping save money. Could you explain it?

janio

    The first is the only correct answer, as shown, because you cannot say “Her parents HAS been saving” or “Her parents HAS saved.” Since the word parents is plural, you would have had to say: Her parents have been saving” or “Her parents have saved”, but these options were not given. Hope this helps to clarify your question. All the best to you!

    Rebecca

      Touché. Thank you!!

      janio

      I’ve a question. Please answer anyone. In the video Rebecca said like… “Had you been planning to study this tense today”. In this what is the use of Today when we talk about Past tense. It should to Present Prefect Continuous Tense, right?

      Lakshmi Narayana Thota

Thank you

Moamenkhalifa

thanks!!

Grepsy

Thanks !!! It’s very good explanation about past perfect continuous . Thank you for your work !

VadimVVK

My best wishes and thanks to each of you for watching, learning, and writing. Please know I read all your comments, though I cannot answer each one. All the best for your ongoing success.

Rebecca

Thank you so much.I feel more confident to use the past perfect continuous tenses.

pavanut2

thank you so much i love this classe

zizou

you are so sweet teacher..thanks

ucmakm

thank you

Basantadel

Thank you so much Rebecca. I got out 10 of 10

victorhespinoza

90% 10 th wrong participating

rajatsingh500

mam mam where is future perfect continuous ,future perfect?you had been uploading only one video on march 2nd simple future tense .

rajatsingh500

Thank you Mam. I got 90% mark on the quiz. You have given a clear idea about past perfect tenses. I understand theoretically when to use past perfect continuous. But when i start to speak, i could not use perfect tenses in general. How to overcome this difficulty?

josephprabagar

Thanks Rebecca.

Aweys2

This Lesson is very useful, thank you so much for your efforts with us .

alanadnan

Hi, Rebecca! Your lesson is very clear and well-structured, but I can’t get the difference between Past Continuous…Why we could say: Sarah was studying all day.. and: It had been snowing all week.. Do you have a lesson about that difference?

Chubby Bear

    hi @chubby . what i understood when i watched the lesson on past continuous : its a moment…Sarah was studying… but when bring all day the tense is wrong… its should be Sarah had been studying all day.

    mawusi69

10/10 , i like this listen

ledi.arisha

Her parents __________ money for her education ever since she was born.
had been saving
has been saving

In this question,why we can’t use ‘has been saving’? We don’t know if the parents stopped saving money.Maybe they’re still saving?

imer13

    I think “Has” is used to present perfect when the subject is singular, but in this lesson has explained about past perfect continuous, so we use “had” whether singular or plural the subject. I hope this comment would help you.

    Moctatomas

    YOU’RE RİGHT. NOT HALF.

    can.ylr

Thank you very much Rebecca for the lesson. A little bit every day, her classes are very useful.

RAUL ERNESTO KANONICH

I like her classes because they are pleasant, clear, and concise. Thank you very much, teacher, Rebecca.

RAUL ERNESTO KANONICH

I had been watching you on YouTube before i watched you on this site. Thank you anyway cause i found such a beautiful teacher like you.
Correct me🙂

Moctatomas

Perfect 10. Clear explanation and easy to understand. Thanks you teacher Rebecca.

Maki@Eng

Rebeca, can you teachme at your country?
I want a particular class with you. Plz
My email adress is diasmirlaine@hotmail.com
let’s talk about it

Mirlaine Dias

I’ve a question. Please answer anyone. In the video Rebecca said like… “Had you been planning to study this tense today”. In this what is the use of Today when we talk about Past tense. It should to Present Prefect Continuous Tense, right?

Lakshmi Narayana Thota

Had you been planning to study this tense Today?
or
Had you planned to study this tense Today?

Which one is correct ?

Lakshmi Narayana Thota

Hello, Rebecca!

Could you explain me – could I change sentence (happening + cause):
She was tired because she had been studying all night.

To:
1. She was tired because she had studied this night. (past perfect)
2. She was tired because she had studied all night. (past perfect + all night)
3. She was tired because she studied last night. (past simple + past simple)

Thank you very much for your lessons, help and attention.

pojediaev

10 out of 10 Thank You Rebecca

AbdurRafiq

Thanks a lot

Hany Aly

thanks teacher

Arlex Leonardo Ruda

Thanks :)

LizzyHoll

Easy to understand

Nelison

Thank you very much for your fabulous lesson I can understand this tense.

Ramkrishna Chhetri

I’m not good enough ):

McBernie

It was incredible when I discovered this website, very helpful. I’m studying english every day, and you are a good teacher! thanks! I think it would be incredible if the lessons were ordered, and you can check the lessons as Done! for a good path to learns, Thanks!!!

AlvaroDDG86

Thanks for this lesson

bahdje

In the short ans why did we use “Yes, He had” except of “yes, He’d”

TasnimChowdhury

Oh i understood now thanks for including my ans in your video

TasnimChowdhury

Thank you

Hisham1979

Thanks Teacher, I understood the lesson.

SJ

I scored 100 in my PPC tense quiz this morning. Thanks to Rebecca that explained grammar so clear that makes it easy to undestand. I’m so glad that I found this website. Thank you so much Rebecca! You are the best!

ncalle

What´s the difference between past continuous and past perfect continuous? i know the structure but i want to know how i use it

angelikaap

i enjoyed this quizz

RanjithKesav

Good afternoon, dear Rebecca. Thank you for your lessons. Please can you explain the differences between Past Continuous and Past Perfect Continuous

aleksey-sut

Thank you! I had been learning English with your lessons, Ms. Rebeca

tsmith 5262

Thank you🙏

Shahinslh

Thank you Rebecca Mam you are exceptionally well.thank for correcting me regarding Stative verbs.

Johan Masih

Rebecca is my favorite teacher.

Ricardo Fonteneles

Thamk you Rebeca, You teach, make me easily to learn

clartje silvia

Thanks a lot teacher

dani12

Thank you very much Rebecca!

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RameshRKC

first time for me that I got a 100% of the past perfect continuous tense test.
Thank a lot, my grate teacher!!!

suphachoke

10/10 THİS LESSON ADN THİS TEACHER ARE REALLY WONDERFUL.

can.ylr

Thank you, teacher!

Mariam100

i got 10 out of 10! Thank you Rebecca!!

Aina Mardhiah

Thank you Ms. Rebecca. You’re the best.

g656

Hello Ms. Rebecca👋🏼: Thank you for the lesson.

MariaMHedez

Thanks. Your pronunciation is so clear for us to understand. Your speed is also Moderate. Your ranking should be first in EngVid. You always give example sentences, it’s very useful.

AKM Mostafa

very good theacher Rebecca

DavidReinoso

Rebecca! I need to ace these tests often!

Mikesyndrom

Hello teacher Rebecca ♥️
the session was so clear but I was somehow confused why did you use verb (miss ,hope ,feel ) in a progressive form .Aren’t they stative verbs ??

Hala555hala

Thank you in advance

Hala555hala

Thanks so much, Rebecca. I really enjoyed your lesson. Now for all the rest.

heatheroliver6

I got 10 correct out of 10. thank you teacher Rebecca .

Hajar laly

Thanks Rebecca so much! I really like your video. I have a question. Could you tell me what is different between these two sentences? ” it had been snowing all week” and ” it was snowing all week”. Thank you.

nguyenducnam

Thank you so much. You are super teacher!

rockett6554

Thanks a lot. You`re the best.

Atilio Parrillo

God bless you Rebecca !!
I had been learning English tenses for three days

Moon60

You are great.

Hakimdz

Thanks Rebecca for your lessons.

iramian

Hi….If I say something like: I had been working in that factory for five years WHEN I got fired….. it is ok too, isn’t it?

JJ Soares

so what is the difference between past continuous and past perfect continuous?!

Islamo

you are more than an amazing teacher, thank you so much

nardine

Great lesson, teacher Rebecca. Thanks a lot. (Azores islands,29Jan2021).

PFig

Thank you teacher,I am confident in use this tense now.

Keo sreyleak

I like you teacher when I studied with you I’m happy and I understand the lesson well.

Keo sreyleak

I enjoyed so far.

Lesenya Kagishi

Thanks much teacher🙋‍♂️

Kasule Alex

Hi Rebecca:
What is the difference between in two sentences:
I was sleeping when he arrived the home.
I had been sleeping when he arrived the home.

Thank you…

DERYASAHIN

Thanks miss Rebecca

aden69

thank you Rebecca

ahmed-metwali

It was really helpful, thank you so much!

emiliana.amaral

I hadn’t been learning English before I discovered these lectures.

mimarsinan87

Thank you Rebeca,you ara the best.

Hector 07

You are the best

Hector 07

Thanks :)

Thunter66

Thanks so much, Rebeca.

tevy22

Thank You, Mom.

santhoshpainganamadathil

grateful @ becca

mawusi69
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