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Thank you Mr Adam :) . Good Lesson


Thank y Mr Adams, I relly enjoy your lesson .


thanks, it’s very difficult lesson but is very beneficial lesson .


    ibrahem rasul iraq
    Thank you Mahacine

    ibrahim rasul

      all of Engvid teachers are great abilbity


Thanks for helping improve my English


very useful-thank you


This lesson is very useful Mr Adam.


Mr. Adam,you are a very good english teacher that is I have really met.

Cuong ta

You were born to be an english teacher!


At last, I’m learning English. I’ll study all your lessons, thank you very much.


    I am learning Spanish, by the way


Perfect teacher !! I´ve got some videos with Mr. Adam, I like so much to see you….. Thanks.


Thank you! This is the lesson which I always wanted to learn about. All the words put them together, and they have different meaning. Such as ‘ set you apart’, ‘come across’, and etc. All these conjoined words always confused me.

Henry Lam

N.I.C.E. !!! I got 100 !
Why am I so happy ?
Because it’s a very hard subject and I understood the video lesson so well that I fill invincible !! LOL
I’m gonna look for more exercises to see if this is reliable.
Thanks Mr Adam for your lesson and your time.
Keep up. Cheers.


super !! fantastic
man i got 100 in the quiz
u r an amazing teacher


Thank you very much,though the lesson and quizzes is difficult for me as beginner.


That is more difficult for me.


Thanks a lot teacher


Thank you for a great lesson! I try to listen to phrases you use in your explanations which may be does not add up to understanding of the topic but make your speech sound really English, which really distinguishes native speaker from a foreigner. Something like “you’ll have a bit of high time on this quiz”. Could you please give us some lessons on this type of speech?


your voice and teaching style is very nice. I like your videos..


well done ^^


interesting lesson. I like it. bravo professore


Thank you Adam.
It was a very useful lesson!


Oh, yes! A good lesson! And…Great teacher, too! I got 9 correct! But its really difficult to understand the meaning of most phrasal verbs in this lesson…


Keep up a good work…Your lesssons would have helped many English learners around the world.May God bless you with health and happiness.Best regards.Pete

Peter k aree

Thanks a lot for this lesson :) the devil is in the details! please make more advanced courses. In my view this kind of lessons make you different for two reasons;
first Basic courses, as we all know, are everywhere also there are lots of main lessons in this wonderfull website.
second detailed ones are hard to find. I rarely can see this kind of lessons.


Thaaaaaaaaaaaks a lot!


Thanks for the lessons.
Can anyone help me by giving torrent link as youtube is currently blocked here in my country.:(

Yasir Nawaz

    If our lessons are popular enough to torrent, I’d be flattered…but it might be easier to use a web proxy or a site like Keepvid.

    engVid Moderator

:( i got 8 out of 10. i still confuse between them. :(


Oh gosh…
I’ve hardly seen such a this quiz!!!
A bit hard it is in my book!
Anyway,lots of thanks.
60/100 :(


Thank. It is nice


thanks Adams you are the best teacher that i never have ever


nice! i got 90 .. thanks Adam what a nice lesson!


thanks a lot, a very useful and important lesson.


amazing lesson..i sometimes found it..


I got it thanks Adam


It looks like that we have 3 different types of words — two words put in a bigger word (backup), two words with dash (check-in), and two separate words (back up). The bigger word, and the word with dash aren’t verbs. My question concerns these two types. Is there a difference between writing all those words together or with a dash? For example, if I write “get-up” instead of getup, and if I write “checkin” instead of check-in? Why are some words written with “-“, and the others are not? Do native speakers confuse them or write the words without the dash, or they simplify this issue and write either with the dash or without it? Is there any problem with dropping the dash? I’m asking as a normal person, not as the one who wants to pass an exam in a school — I learn for fun, not for grades, and actually, I want speak and write like native speakers. :)


    I agree with you , please kindly answer these doubt questions by teacher Adam if that possible .
    I’d be highly thankful for it.


    Hi Morfik,

    Good question. To tell you the truth, it’s simply a matter of which dictionary you consult. Generally, use American English, so I refer to the Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary (11 ed.) You can also find it at m-w.com. If you are using British English, you can refer to Oxford. So dash or no dash is basically an editorial decision.


      i got 90 due to a blunder :)


    Well done. Keep it up!

    Learn English with Hamid

it’s first time for me to get your site !…….i realy sorry to say about it but i have to tell you the truth.my english languge is very bad .pls can you help me ???????????


thank you Adam.


Hi Adam. I want to ask you a question about reported speech with gerund.
I have an example with its answer:
– “It was nice of you to help me. Thank you very much,” Tom said to you.
=> Tom thanked me for helping him.
Can I rewrite “Tom thanked me for having helped him.”
Plz response soon. Thank you.


    i think both of them are correct, but the 2nd one seems to be often used in this situation.


    Hi Vananh,

    Actually both are correct. The first, suggests that he thanked me at the time of the help, while the second suggests he thanked me later. But grammatically, both are correct.


Oh, yes! A good lesson! And…Great teacher, too! I got 9 correct! a lot of thanks Mr. Adam.


Thank you so much for the information in the video. It is so useful and valuable.
Phrasal verbs had always made me so confused but now I feel more confident about it!!


Your explain is very clearly.
I come back soon on “engvid.com”.


Great explanation on a complex topic, thank you :)


thanks, mr. Adam. I’m a new student of Brasil and I guess that yours classes are nice! Do ya have some other way of cmunication, msn?
I’d like to get some hints.



great lesson thank you Adam you are really great teacher thank you again


Thank you very much, I appreciate the things you do for us to practice this exciting language.


that was great! i enjoyed the lesson a lot :)


Thank you Adam, It was so clear your explanation.
I would like to ask you about this conjuction: “on the one hand” …”on the other”. When we use it; is it strictly needed to write the first part?; or we could show the same meaning while develop the idea in the paragraph, keeping in mind of course, that in the second part we will write naturally the second part, which is “on the other hand”. I am an Spanish native speaker and I believe that in English must be happen the same, which is it is not necessary to use the first part; since, the idea shows the contrary to the second, “on the other hand”. I am sorry for any mistake could make. I need to know this conjuction to be able to use it in academic writing in the IELTS exam. Thank you again!


    Hi Emildius,

    You are right. The first part is not necessary, as long as the second part shows a clear contrast. However, if you are setting up the contrast, then it’s better to have both. E.g.: The are two ways to approach the subject; on the one hand…. on the other (hand), …
    But if the contrast stands on its own, then the first part is optional.

    Does that help?


      Hi Adam, I really really appreciate your explanation, it was so clear and it’ll be helpful for my examination. You’re good! very good at what you do and so enthusiastic about teaching! You have another fan. Congratulations!


I don’t know how to thank you enough .However, I appreciated your a outstanding lesson , so carry on . etc ….
Yours loyalty ,
Ameen .




The last question in the quiz was awesome! Good joke!


I got 9 correct out of 10 ,thank you-this lesson is so useful-I wanna see more video about Phrasal Verbs as nouns :)

bakhtiyar ali

Thanks for usfull lesson, Sir!!! Ibrahim Norway


Thank you Adam, you are a very good teacher!!

Greetings from Peru.


I’d like to inquire about something that’s not really related to this lesson but it alaways confuses me alot(prepostion)
is it correct to say on the test/exam/quiz
or it should be in the test/exam etc..
and is correct to say in my last rotation/hitch i was about to quit or on my last rotation/hitch i was about to quit
in the team or on the team
pls. help me

ahmed muwafaq

    Hi Ahmed,

    In all three cases, on is correct (rather than in), though in the second one, I would use during instead, i.e., during my last rotation/hitch…


      thanx Adam for answering and take care


Hello again, I have one more question.
Is the sentence below grammatically correct?

“If someone needs to download a picture from their camera…”


    Hi Morfik,

    Although most native speakers would write/say it that way, it’s technically not correct. Someone should be followed by his/her. One way to avoid this is to make general statements in plural forms to avoid the gender issue. e.g., If you need to download from your camera…, or, If people need to download from their cameras…

    Does that help?


      Yep, thanks.


What a good lesson !


Wow!!!unbelievable, I got 100.


I got 9 correct out of 10.


Thank you Adam, very useful lesson!


Thanks for vid, teacher Adam? Need more phrase verbs in your future class)


Thank you. It´s perfect to people who are learning English.


I have just joined this site and I find it cool and useful,this is my first lesson, good, very good lesson!


    Welcome to Engvid! Hope you stick around :)

    engVid Moderator

    Welcome mat!


Very gooв lesson, thank you Adam!!!


Hi Adam I got 100. I didn’t know that a phrasal verb can be used as noun, and it was difficult the exercise, but I used the page that you gave us, and it’s pretty good, thank you :)


Thank you Adam!
But why don’t you brepare some IELTS lessons?
Thanks a lot.


    prepare :)


Thank You :)


hi teacher and good luck for your master .and i wish the best to your novel


    Thank you Mahacine :)


Thank you again… Such a great lesson and I got 10 out of 10 in quiz… haha :P


Thanks everyone. I’m glad that i can help. :)


Good lesson! thank you!


Hi Adam,

thanks for this wonderful lecture. Your video blew my mind and I learned so much. I just scored 100 in the quiz and I still have two question in mind. (1) Am I right to classify ‘log in’ and ‘log out’ as verbs and ‘login’ and ‘logout’ at nouns? And (2) which is correct, ‘login’ or ‘log-in’ and ‘logout’ or ‘log-out’? thanks in advance.


Thank you so much. I really enjoyed and learned a lot.


Thanks a lot Mr. Adam for your special and useful lesson
I really enjoyed this video.

Riaz Noor

Thank you ……..its agood lesson


hello could you make a video teaching Pronunciation of ‘ed’ endings thanks alot


thanks teacher it s so helpful,i like the ways to make it eazy for me :)


thanks Mr/ Adam .. a very important lesson

muhammad salah

Good very good


thanks you so much sir wish me good luck 1 dec or 7 dec my ilets test i need some speaking stuff for essay


thanks :)


Many thaks to you Mr Adam


Thank you ……..its agood lesson

ibrahim rasul

Thank You

ibrahim rasul

Do you know This was my first time I got 100 in any exam I did it.
So,thank you very much

Fathi Ertemi

Thank you so much..Teacher Adam


thanks a lot mr adam , you helped me so much


Thank you


Thank you!


Hey Adam. It was a cakewalk.

Peres Badial

love your teaching..


Hello Adam,
I must say your lessons are very help full especially the vocabulary ones well am glad that you guys are helping people improve their English skills so thank you so much Adam and the rest


Hi Mr.Adam
Phrasal verbs are the most important in English language
I got 70 of 100 possible in this quiz . I hope next time I’ll be much better . Once again thx a lot


6. There’s a police car following us. I think you should slow down or he’ll make us ___________.

pull over
pull up

It is easy to make mistake here because of a meaning these phrasal verbs

pull over – for instance pull onto a hard shoulder
pull up – stop

Police can force you to stop under coercion.

a police car = ( he’ll ) ???
or a police car = it’ll


Thank you Adam – because of your great work I have made a 100% scoring (without m-w.com) Thanks again!


Your way of explaining is awesome .With Your backup I will improve my English.Thanks


Congratulations, you’re an excellent teacher!


thans’s ms about ur special of explaining .


Azul (Hi in berber language)
Thank you Adam for this very useful lesson. I have a comment that may make you laughting. Why english language uses too many phrasal verbs.
For instance, I can’t say ” I extinguish my cigarette” instead of “I put my cigarette out”
It looks for me as berber very confusing”


Your explanation is easy to understand.
Thank You so much


I am looking forward to seeing him or see him what is correct


your way of explaining is interesting.


thank you very much, before learning this lesson, I though I understood it, but; I really do not understand until I learn from you


thank you teacher I appreciate that


Wow you did a very good explanation…thanks a lot…:)


Really useful! Thanks a lot, Exellent teacher!


Well! I would like to ask you whether the following sentence is correct or not ( about the subject- verd agreement- the verb ‘decide’):
It’s not the gaulty members but the president who decide this issue.
Please respond soon.Thanks a lot!
Best regards.


Well! I would like to ask you whether the following sentence is correct or not ( about the subject- verd agreement- the verb ‘decide’):
It’s not the gaulty members but the president who decide this issue.
Please respond soon.Thanks a lot!
Best regards.


which is the best way to get good at using phrasal verbs

dinesh kumar



Thank my teacher, I got 9 out of 10. But mostly, I based on the structural sentence as do not need to know the meaning of phase verbs.


10 correct LOOOL I had just a little hesitating about “takeover” cos. I didn’t knew what was it’s meaning but I think that I have to choose a noun !!
thank you Adam you are the best ^_^


HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Very helpful lesson, thank you so much


Thank you very much Adam for your interesting lessons, very apreciated.
This one is very difficult for me but how useful it is.
Good luck for your novel and your master.


Really a good teacher


Clear as a bell. Could you please mark this lesson as for IELTS so that everybody can find it when using filter on lesson topic – as IELTS.
Thank you again!


Dear Adam please post more videos. Its only 11 lessons of yours there :(


great lessons thanks anyhow


Thanks for the lesson


I am from Russia and I am fond of these lessons,teachers)) Hope to watch more and more such interesting lessons))


thankyou Sir Adam for a good lesson :)


amazingly…accessible lesson


Hey. I have a question i always wonder whats the answer! When i refer to makeup my face..but at the past tense, how should i say? or… i have to say put my makeup on? but if its on writing the other person doesnt know if i did it in the past or not. because put form is the same. Uh im so confused.
Thanks a lot for any video, u are amazing guys :)

Irina (Irenne)

Thank you very much for your best lesson, it is very helpful!


Thanks Adam for this video


Thanks a lot Mr.Adam,it is really very helpfull. By the way I like your speaking,because it is really easy to understand :)


Mr Adam thnank u so much i want just ask u how we can use suffixes like ness ; age, hood to get nouns plz help me Mr Adam …plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Thanks alot


Dear Adam
Thank you again for your excellent, interesting and very PLEASANT lecture. Please, keep on teaching. It’s wonderful to get satisfaction from learning. You make me happy..




I have been studying english for many years and I can say for sure that your classes are awesome. Your ability to summarize difficult topics and teach them in a crystal clear way is very impressive. Congratulations on your outstanding job and effort to help the non-native english speakers improve their skills.


HI Adam .
I want form you to making a video about ( Reflexive pronouns ) please because i have exam tomorrow .
By now , I understand your lessens


80/100, thank you.


thank you:)


Hallo Adam,
do you spaek any other language (exept English)?


Thanks, Adam!


thank you it was very useful your explanation


Thank you Adam for your efforts…

“Make up for sth” and “to compensate” have the same meaning?


It’s a little bit hard I got 50 =((


I got 80%


hi Adam and all students i’m glad to attend with you that series of english lessons cause i still so far about english level taht to check and see how i’m in english thanks a lot will focus by now and follow that togather thanks alot for all ……..


Great teacher!!! Thank you very much!


golly! that was awesome!


    Hi Mahdi. Wasn’t there any other good thing that you say about yourself ?!!!


Thanks a lot, Adam. You are my favourite teacher in this site )


Hi People!!! I’m living in Brazil and I’d like to meet people that would like to talk in English. I’m not excellent in this language, but I very sure that if we practice together will improve the proficient in English very quickly. What do you thinking? Add me in your Skype: cris.sp.brasil
See you!!! Tks ;)

Cristiano Rodrigues

Nice one teacher Adam!


than you very much Mr. Adam, it was one of the best lessons that i learned here.

Alaa S. Alaraj

it was quite interesting and useful! tank you very much ffor all these lessons, they are great and very easy to understand.

Lakshmi Regnier

9/10 :) Thank you so much and you should wear red, It will really fits you! (It’s ok if I say it like this?)


    You may live.

    engVid Moderator

i got 4 out of 10


HELLO ADAM. THANK FOR YOUR LECCION. I have an Irish friend in my class and I speak to him a lot but sometimes he doesnt understand what I said, for example: I have never done any made up exam. he replied it should be “repeat exam”. Im so confused of different English from different countries. Is the phrasal verb used in North America only?

Dinh Hoang Son

    Often words about school or education vary from country to country! I’m not sure how widely it’s used outside North America.

    engVid Moderator

    Dinh Hoang Son, what is “LECCION” mean?


Hi :)
I think engvid is truly deeply useful for people who don’t quite understand about english. I just wanna say thank you so much for engvid and also for the teachers :) thank you :)


Thank you:)


thanks adam


thanks I got 50%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank youn so much the phrasal verbs topic is very difficult and interesting, so I’ve made a suggestion to one site about a creation of a special program for learning the phrasal verbs, where you can collect a verb from parts and analyse the changing of a meaning when you change any part of a phrasal verb.


thank you so much. altough i’m very confused but i will study hard.. thank you mr.Adam…

abied maulana sofa

its very dificult but interesting. practice pactice practice


Thanks Mr. Adam….But Can i get


Please film a lesson about “Verb-something/someone-of” and these kind of worst things for foreigners. I accuse him of stealing/i accuse him for stealing?? I wanna shoot myself in exams..


NIce class, thanks!


My sister said that makeup is make up are you correct or my sister


Thank you Mr Adam! You’re a good teacher


Such a great teacher, Adam! I’m improving my English day by day. I know it’s a never ending task, but I’m on my way! Thanks for teaching us!

Manuel Archila

Thank you Mr Adam!!! Nice class


this was the most interesting lesson


Thank you for the great lesson, Adam.
Sweater and pullover)))that was funny :)


9/10 :)


Thanks teacher awsome lesson. well I want to know what can I use Make a backup or do a backup?


thanks Mr.Adam u r really nice teacher


what a wonderful lesson

Sondos Mohsen

Hi First of all thank you for all your wonderful lessons. It would be really helpful to me if you can make a video on how to pronounce this words eg: Hair-heir, Scale-scalp, fox-faux etc. please help me


Thank you so much Adam. I love English and watching your videos has become a hobby for me :)


Great Lesson, Adam. Thank you


great lesson! It’s reaaly useful for me. Thank you so much, Mr Adam!


9/10 in the test, you’re the best teacher Adam!




Ok so so 70 %. Thanks Adam !


Thanks a lot, Adam! All your lessons are really useful!!!


Thanks Mr. Adam!


Thank you Adam for your understandable lessons


Wow, I breezed the test,10/10! Thank you!

Tiago de Souza da Silva

Wow, I breezed the test,10/10! Thank YOU verymuch


    Wow for just 6.


Great lesson and great explanation Adam!


Useful lesson but it sounds a little bit confusing .


thanks Adam, it’s so difficult however I try to understand my best wishes to you


Not Bad 8 out of 10 hehe


Adam, lesson is too confusing. I couldn’t answer quiz questions properly. I got only 4 correct. :(


What? You wrote a novel? What is its title? Let me know. Thanks!


Thank you, Adam, so much for such a great work you do for foreigners who study English as the 2nd language! We really appreciate it; and I hope you enjoy making videos as much as we love to watch them:)


yehey i got 8/10 first try and i did not cheat at all :) its so very important to know first the use, like if its gonna be a noun or a verb, so you must be aware of that :) when a verb or rather a phrasal verb is close together or has no space it is a noun :) and be familiar the with phrasal verb


yehey i got 8/10 first try and i did not cheat at all :) its so very important to know first the use, like if its gonna be a noun or a verb, so you must be aware of that :) when a verb or rather a phrasal verb is close together or has no space it is a noun :) and be familiar with the phrasal verb


I wish I could make it up to you! = )


I full ın love wıth your lessons teacher :D I’m trying to be good at English because gonna have ILETS exam !

Emy adel

Hello Adam,

It was great video. I’d like to ask you about one crucial concern for IELTS takers. How to count compound nouns?

As all IELTS takers/teachers know we should stick to answer limit.

so Please confirm to me how to consider compound nouns:

ex. Check in (2 or 1 word) ?
Check-in (2 or 1 word) ?

Thank you!


you are really Greek.



Emad Daoowd

Got perfect score. THanks Adam!

Precious Gee

100%…. Thank you Adam


can you please tell me what’s the difference between saying e.g. he need and he need or he gives or give. I’m so confused please help me.

nazira jaan

please explain “There was,there will be,there has been”


Excellent ! Thank you teacher.




thank you adam you are great


Thank you Adam.


Thank you, Adam! But could you please give more lessons?


i am going to study every lesson in Adam’s YOutube channel. it really help me a lot. I think i can speak English, but not write.
thanks Adam. I love u. Adam


thanks a million adam sir.your videos helped me a lot and you also took a much effort for making it successful.again thanks


I got 60 ?. Anyway ,Thank you so much Adam.


Thank you mv. Adam.

Hani Shneino

Thanks, Adam!!

SangHoon OH

Thank you Adam


After I’ve started listening to your lessons, I’m not able even to look at the others. You are the best!


Excellent lesson.Thank you very much.


thank you very much Adam




9/10 and thx for the lesson and m-w.com! This online dictionary is good! Thx! :D


well this is a confusing lessong what we have to repeat a couples of time to get to memory sucessfully i have learn many words i did not know before i make sure i am going to go ahead with my knowledge here this is an awesome site to learn confusing lesson you do not have to charge anything as a result i guess everything we practice here we should continue by practicing because the more you practice the more you learn thats why Lebon James is one of the best player allo over the world he practices more than someone. we have to struggle agianst our bad habit to ge good outcome the lesson today has been a good summamary to think i should practice more…i am completely thank with the backup i have found in the page thank you for all the good lesson my english is more better and more practical as a result so…

Luis Alberto Mateo



I have got 40 ☹

shene namiq

THANK YOU Adam, I did understand a lot in this course


Good Lesson, Adam, I would like you to make some lesson on research paper writing skills.

TahseenB Bhutto

Hi Adam,
after watching a few of your videos on youtube,finaly I figured out how to join you on engvid. thank you for all your videos and affords. As i am a new student in to your class, i don’t know where to start from. can you please tel me which lesson to start with. thank you


I got 100)) Thanks! Adam, you’ve got very good tips and lessons.


7/10! How is it going? This quiz is difficult! But I like it and need to learn carefully. Keep fighting! Thanks, Adam! Your native language lesson is good for me.

Jerry Gu

I love Adam’s class. All his classes make me learn a lot. Thanks very much.


50/100 im So shameful??‍♂️

Ibne hojat

I got an 8 out of 10 I guess I need to more practice

otabek usmonov

Hello , these both words are considered noun which are form out of phrasal verbs:

Phrasal verbs as noun: Putoff ,showoff

Gerund form of phrasal verbs: putting off showing off

But I don’t get if these both are considered noun how can we decide whether we should use gerund form or phrasal verbs as noun . is there any grammar rule to tackle this issue.


thank you Mr.Adam. thanks for the lesson I’ll keep going.thank you.

Renxin Zhang

I got 10 out of 10.

Learn English with Hamid

If I would do not watch this lesson, I would never realice of those words , thanks Adam

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