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304 COMMENTS

Thank you

Marcio Vinicius

Thanks ! I’ve never heard about this phrasal verbs !

sanin25

    me neither…

    gutoprado

    *these phrasal verbs

    HasanKhadra

Ohhh, good one!

robinrosec

Many thanks for this useful lesson and your great efforts Adam, the main problem in this verbs is no one can understand them unless the person that you talk with is American native speaker and for the record I did that with many people that I know but unfortunately they were just staring on me hahaha!! One more thing could you please clarify to me what “Knock Off” means? I have heard Simon in British’s got talent TV show saying “Lets knock this off with No” but I couldn’t understand what does it mean!! thanks.

taharaad

    Hi Taharaad. “Knock off” means to stop work. I hope I can help. :)

    BackToSchool

    Hi Tahaaad,

    Knock off can also mean finish something. So what Simon said was let’s finish this discussion with a no.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

      Hi Adam..
      I’m thankful for the clarification.. now it’s pretty clear to me, One more thing I have heard an expression more than one which is “the day after pill” in TV series and it’s a pill or something like that but I have no idea about it or where this expression came from also it’s not clear enough??

      Thanks

      taharaad

      “look at here”vs “look at me”
      “keep it coming ” vs “keep coming”
      and also while in taxi how can i say to driver if i want him to keep driving slowly and stay on the left or near to kerb
      could you please clear my doubt ?

      vnods

      Hello Mr.Adam I’ve question about ur pronunciation lesson u said pronunciation not pronoun,but I think Miss.Ronnie said pronounciation

      Farzad B.Basam

      hi adam I love your lessons and Im struggling English. I want you to ask about idiom. some words have several meanings. Also even if look up the meaning of words, I cant not understand completely. How should I do to search idiom and to memorize. Im waiting for your respond.

      Takahiro Mano

      But also means gorgeous

      MBYAS

Thank you Adam!! It is not easy to remember, but very useful phrases i hope)).

yury1

Thanks for these phrasal verbs, really interesting.
head to = go to/toward

edgarrm02

7/10 Thanks,Adam!

viacheslavkr

Thanks. Now these phrasal verbs are more clear in my….head

question

7/10 by foolish mistakes, as always.

Gustavo Gouveia

Thanks A lot

carwan

Thanks Adam, very interesting lesson!

Rosa

Adam, good lesson your explanatioon is clear.
greatings from brazil

guilhermemachado

Thanks teacher Adam, this is a great lesson!!! Now instead of heading out or heading down we, EL students, are going to head for a better understanding of the English language!! :)

Libertad

If you wanna learn more English tips, head over Adam’s lesson :p

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

thank you so much .

madanich

Good morning sir.Thanks for your lesson.I have one question.Not about this lesson.Are’I am going to do something’and’I am going to be doing something’ same expressions?

oshada

    Hi Oshada,

    Not exactly the same. I am going to do something
    means you have a plan for the future.
    I am going to be doing something, means you will be busy.

    They are similar, but the nuance is a little different.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

      Hello sir,Thanks for answering.It’s made me understand.Good luck with your teaching!

      oshada

      hi..adam,can you mention some example of i’m going to be doing something?

      Rasho

thanks

mmbasheer

for be my first time, i guess that’s good

eduleon78

Thanks Adam!

Sexychelle17

I am learning a lot Sir Adam. I got a perfect score and that means you’re a great teacher!

BackToSchool

Thanks Adam, It’s useful

minjun

Thank you for this lesson!

Kate

    zdrasvuite

    marius1989

Thank you sir,i got 7/10. I’ve never heard these type of phrasal verb . I think its totally unique lesson and awesome lessson.

rajpal90

Oh!That is a good lesson!:D

stephen lee

thanks nevr heard about this before nw

raymond90

Thanks.so useful.

Sepideh

thanks a lot teacher you explain good lesson i real love this lesson

daacad12

thank you!!!

namc03

I have headed back to Eng.Vid as there are kind teachers!
thanks Adam

brala

thanks Adam. u are my favorite teacher. it is very useful and helpful.

ganbashir15

can I try again quiz?

rais23

    As many times as you want :)

    Adam

so good

Kkaattee

Good lesson, thanks

aouina

Thanks Adam your lesson is very helpful

bylka

Now we have a good head for “head” phrasal verbs. Thanks

marienba

I understand, it’s all clear now! Thank you Adam! :)

dorycam

    Hi … Dorycam, Could you accept me as your friend !!

    Khalid1977

      Certainly! Nice to meet you! :)

      dorycam

    ciao Italia:)

    marius1989

      Ciao!!! :)

      dorycam

        hello how are you my new italian friend.Would you mind if you taught me italian?:)

        marius1989

    hi dorycam could you accept me as a friend?

    feeling87

      Hi feeling87! You are welcome! How are you?

      dorycam

        i’m fine thanks and you…
        i wonder if you have skype
        add me my account is
        feeling.heart87

        feeling87

          No, I haven’t Skype at this time. But I’m on twitter, my name is @doryblue2.
          Happy weekend! :)

          dorycam

          Hi Dory! Well,it seems that you are making success…lol.

          Take care.

          Marcelo Machado

          Yes, it’s true!LOL Haha!
          Hi Marcelo! I’m glad to hear you! How are you? What are you doing in the warm Brazil? Right now in Rome, we’re freezing ! :))

          dorycam

          Hi dear! I’m doing well, thanks for asking. And not so warm..lol..I don’t live at the warm part of Brazil. Actually, is pretty cold where I live. That’s why my grandparents chose to live here when they came from Italy. Shame on me for not being able to speak Italian…lol. But I will someday and maybe we should exchange our SWIMMING lessons for Italian lessons…do you remember? Glad to see you too and keep up your studies.

          Marcelo Machado

          Yes, I remember our lessons… at this point, I would like to learn Portuguese and Spanish. :))) We will have a lot to learn! LOL
          Great! Your grandparents are Italians! What’s their city of origin?
          I hope your studies are going well.
          I keep saying that engVid is the best site ever!
          Have a great weekend!

          dorycam

          Hi! They were from Turin but they are not alive anymore. I hope you learn Portuguese and Spanish and this won’t be so challenging for you because they are very similar. Brazilian Portuguese would be easier for you because we have lots of Italian words in our vocabulary. Take care dear and have a great weekend you too.

          Marcelo Machado

          I’ve forgotten to mention that you’re absolutely right when you said that Engvid is the best English site on Internet. At least it’s free. Good to know that you are always here improving your English. How long have you been studying?

          Marcelo Machado

          Hi Marcelo, I’m sorry for your grandparents! Even my grandparents are no longer alive. I miss them so much! Turin is a beautiful city.
          I knew the Latin languages ​​are very similar, but I didn’t know that Brazilian Portuguese had Italian words in the vocabulary!
          Even English vocabulary has a lot of words very similar to ours… Sometimes the world seems really small!! :) I started to study English grammar for about a year, but I’ve known engVid only five months ago. Before then, I knew only the English that I learned by the songs!! :)) Ciao!

          dorycam

          Hi Dory! Don’t be sorry for them…lol..I wasn’t even born when they died, but thanks. Congratulations for your English. Having in mind that you started studying just five months ago I’d like to tell that you’ve already reached an excellent level, keep it up. And about the Italian words in our vocabulary, I think it’s due to the large amount of Italian immigrants. Only USA and, perhaps, Argentina, has more italian descendants than us. Ciao Regazza! LOL.

          Marcelo Machado

          Thanks for the compliments! :) Also your English is good… don’t give up!
          It’s true, Italians are a bit everywhere!
          Happy new week! Ciao Ragazzo! LOL

          dorycam

thank Adam i think this is very useful lesson but i have never heard this expressions

aduinterpreter

thanks Adam, it’s a important lesson actually i don’t understand all but i have 7/10
good job teacher

fakhritn

I believe these verbs are coming from the Ship navigation. It might have been good idea if you have given the introduction.

vivekl

    Good tip Viveki,

    I don’t think most people would know that.

    Adam

very interesting lesson! Thanks

laras

Thanks Adam I have learned a lot!

MASF

that is so useful .. but can we say that head over had the same meaning with head for?

Farah Jamal

    Hi Farah,

    Not exactly. Head for is used more to give directions to a specific destination. Head over basically means go to.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

      hi Adam,

      then what about “head to” and “head over” aren’t they the same?

      you’ve got a good style of teaching

      feeling87

Thank you Adam, you’re a great teacher .

Dorian Garcia

Great class!! Thank you.

claudio77

thanks good lesson

Lorena Cordova

i got 80 per cent not bad
think you Adam

nuevavida

Very good Lesson Thank you Adam.

amal anas

    hi how are u can u add me on your skype or yahooiam ahmed from egypt live in alexandria want to be friend thx ahmed.rabiee.moustafa @skype,com

    ahmedrabie

Thanks!!!

mazinho007

very interesting lesson Thanx Adam

airtel872

9 out of 10, thank you Adam, it’s a very useful lesson! Can you make an example with “head for”; I didn’t find it in the quiz. Thank you, bye!

sario182

    Hi Sario,

    If you see a flood coming toward you, head for higher ground where it will be dry.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

This kind lesson is very important for student but try to add other subject example civics chemistry etc.

Abatu

    Hi Eyulal,

    I think most people here are trying to learn basic English. Specific subject matters would help a limited number of people. But if you have specific questions, feel free to ask.

    Adam

      really helpful, all of your lessons are supporting stations for all who want continue with their learning

      thanks a lot Adam

      feeling87

I love Roonie by her teaching

Abatu

Hi Adam!I arealy listen all about your lessons can you have more lessons?:)

stephen lee

    Hi Stephen,

    All the teachers here are good and we all get a turn, which is good for all the learners here. :)

    Thank you :)

    Adam

Thank you teacher, great lesson.

PS: Good luck with your girlfriends…. ^___^

aiace

thanks adam are phrasal verbs are very useful phrases , are difficult but not impossible

jossjack

Thanks boss :)
I’m gonna head up to Newyork

exoxe

I got 8/10 ,thanks Adam

Sepideh

thanks

vinhduyhua

Thanks a lot. You’re so a pretty damn good teacher.

khunpat

Very good!

Marlon Patrick

Tanks Adam, very usefull lesson.

marjori1802

this is very good lesson. thanks Adam

anyarbuff

thanks Adam

vmishra888

Now we head inside English Language World, thank you very much Teacher Adam ..

Khalid1977

Adam your are a good teacher .thank you so mutch
i have 10.

cheri chimo

I love it!!!! Phrasal Verbs explained in a very simple way. Excellent Adam!!!

aleireland

thanks very much but i waana say u did not tell us about head to couse that i got wrong

mahmoud fathy

    Hi Mahmoud,

    Head to basically means go (toward.)

    Hope that helps

    Adam

Thank you , teacher!!

larysa6165

    hello my skype is ( balonga22 to practise englis

    samirpro

    hi larysa… could you accept me as a friend?

    feeling87

Thank you very much

bummia

Thanks Adam

faribanr

really cool lesson very creative thanks prof for your effort

soufo

Actually very useful.

Marcelo Calheira

We can’t head up where very code, so we have to head down. But we need head in/inside this resautrant now to get warm.

If you find in the wrong way, you need head back, and then try other way.

Thanks, Adam.

RJ

Thanks Adam!

Mariadel32

Thank you so much

Fafari

Adam I really understand your discussion about phrasal and teaching us very useful tips and i really enjoyed it

Thanks Prof.Adam,

drolex

Thnaks Adam

lalita09

Cool : )

anzwa

Thanks, Adam! Really a useful lesson!

Janilza

    hello Janilza! Can we be friends?

    sioconmaster

Thank you, Adam

dhissie

Thanka

Paolino

Thanks Adam;İt’s been very useful for me.

meldem98

    hi meldem,

    could you add me on your skype to practice english!!

    feeling87

Thank you, Adam

zhxy522

Great lesson Adam, thank you!

sgmmm

Great lesson indeed. However, I would say phrasal verbs are one of the biggest difficulties the English students have to cope with. At least that’s true for me. In my language (French), each verb has its own precise meaning that nothing can modify (of course some have homonyms with the same spelling but a total different meaning). To help the poor English students th

patple13

Help Adam. I left a comment, as a matter of fact several times, but it never appears. Something seems wrong; Thank you.

patple13

To help the poor English students that we are, an exhaustive list of the prepositions used in phrasal verbs with the explanations for what they change the verb would be greatly appreciated. EASY, as you often say Adam ;).

patple13

    Hi Patple,

    I’ll see what I can do for you. :)

    Adam

    really good idea patple

    feeling87

Thank you very much!

sioconmaster

Love your lessons…thank you Adam!

Cherrylou

Thanks Adam

Beto72

Excellent!!! Thanks a lot!

fabiocanieto

very nice!
i’m sure i will learn a lot here :)

fveregue

Thank you so much, Adam. Phrasal verbs are really difficult part of English grammar, we have to learn them by heart and try to use in any kind of conversation.

larisaque

phrasal verbs are a headache, anyway thanks for the lesson

blockade

Thank you

aymanzaki77

oh my God that was amazing lesson thanks

teacher24

I’vs got 9 correct out of 10, thank you very much Adam!

breaker

No.1. Thank you too.

Standa

Thanks Adam! A little bit hard lesson for me :(

ptorres08

Thank you so much

Haal

9/10
but i’ll getting ahead soon

rani kamel

Thank u so much for this lesson. Now I can use head in many different ways. My friends be ready I’m going to bother you with head phrasal verb ^_*

jesus1992

Hi Adam, your lessons are a Godsend. Although I am a native speaker of the English language, my academic knowledge is very poor. This has become a problem, as I have begun to write fiction and my publisher requires me to submit work to a very high standard. Your explanations are a great help for someone like me that should have worked harder at school. Thank you.

CaptCluster

O yes, one more thing. You come across as a really nice guy, a pleasure to listen to that makes it so much easier to pay attention.

CaptCluster

    Thanks Captain :)

    I am also working on a novel now, so know how hard fiction can be. Keep at it.

    Adam

      hi Adam,

      when you are finished of that novel you will give the name of your novel to your students to read it.

      feeling87

8 out of 10 wow.
i have been first correct 8~!
thank you for awsome lecture.

Jinhun

thanks a lot. this is very helpful

peemmemme

Thank you ADAM.

mhlaichi

Thanks a lot,Adam. Very interesting lesson. :)

Valeria93

    hi Valeria,

    if you need speaking practice add me on your skype i’m here also

    feeling87

    hey i need a speaking partner valeria

    ventura simoon

Thanks everybody. I know phrasals are difficult to remember, but it’s just practice. Keep at it.
:)

Adam

Hello Adam sir! I am new on Engvid. And I really love this website. Well, I have a request for you. Could you give us a lesson about Causative verbs and their passive forms? Thank You!

Rohit Tinku

thanks Adam looking for more in future as well

rukh.abidi

Thanks!!! It’s useful as ever!

kurte

Thanks Adam!

minhduc1004

Thanks!!!

Emili

Hello Adam!
I have a question!
I’

Guilherme Rodrigues

Hello Adam!
I have a question!
If I am at a lower place of a city, and I’m going to go to the higher part, can I use ‘head up’ to express this?
“I’m at the station now, but I’m gonna head up in 5 minutes…” –> Is it ok?

Guilherme Rodrigues

Thanks Adam.

huenhanp102

Hello Adam, please can you make a special lesson about thank you amigo for your time!

Abdel Said

about Travelling by plane thank you!

Abdel Said

Thank you very mach!

Romark

Hi Adam,

Thanks for the explanation. Could you please explain ” ahead of..” meaning together with context? When do we suppose yo use head instead of ahead?

tuknan2004

I like this lesson. Just one remark: you missed “head to” in the video and put it into the quiz. Thanks anyway. Now I head back to work :)

Sergey Umansky

Thank you for your teaching.

fipierro

thank you

marwan.a

hi, teacher! i wanna ask a question but doesnt concern about this lesson. About non-count nouns, as I know, these nouns are used in the plural form. But sometimes, i see they still write “sorrows, winds, clouds…”. they are non-count Nouns, arent they? but why did they write like that?

littledragon

Thanks so much Adam for your nice lesson.

henglay

Hellow , teacher and students so how are you . i have along time i didn’t visited you okay, now i have 6/10 in score i didn’t (head up) anyway i get well thank you …

samirpro

Thank you Adam~
I’m sure it is extremly usful but still confused……

Gabriel.Na

Thank you Adam

Ahmed Alqaisi

Thanks for the lesson, just something to point out. In the quiz there is the expression “head to” and you didn’t teach about the meaning of this :P

marcogrosseto

Hi all … may I use this expressione ?!?

“Lots of University are in the North of Italy and lots of students HEAD UP during winter.”

marcogrosseto

Thank you. Very useful.

Jorje

You are a good teacher. I got 8 of 10. Thank you!

perking

very useful lessons, thanks Adam, you are a great teacher

ninuca ninuca

Thanks i got 60%

What is the meaning of head in/inside.

Abdul Qayum

i’m confused what different between head to and head over ??

yassine 0308

Thanks Adam!

i got 10/10.

head up=go north
head down= go south
head out=leave
head in= go in
head off=block
head for=go for/aim for
head back=go back

Rajender Gannu

I love it man

sajangnim

Your classes are spectacular! All of you are excellent teachers!

romanomm77

Thanks Adam :)
I got 90 in this subject.

dreamway

Thank you Adam !

oscargutierrez502

Thank you teacher.

Fill-it-up

Thanks Adam, very nice lesson

acdirican

Hi Adam
What’s difference between “come back and go back”?
Thanks so much for helping me

Rafati

fantastic lesson.can you please discuss the topic:as opposed to,so much so,and so to speak. thank you

sajangnim

Thanks ADAM

itza.olvera

I was reading a novel which consists of several’head’ phrasal verbs,i didn’t understand the meaning.now i got it…Thanks very much Adam.

pintuk

Thank Adam, it’s really useful, yet phrasal verb is difficult to remember :P

Kim Dung

    mobile no plz

    addyaddy

Congratulation Adam. You are excellent teacher. I can understand so clear when you explain. I guess I will learn English with you.
Thanks so much for spend your time and preparing classes and sharing with us.
God bless you!

Bel45

Thank you teacher Adam,I can understand this lesson clearly.

sarena

sorry teacher Adam I have some question how different between head off and take off ? Could you please give me an example.Thanks

sarena

thanks Adam ! I got 9/10 . and could anyone tell me what different between “head to “and ” head over ” ? i think they’re same right?

Byron

I got 6\10 before watching the video, now should watch it until I know my mistakes
keep on :)

Jasmine1601

Really you are good teacher, I appreciate your way of teaching and your efforts

AKMT

One thing that I found it’s hard in learning English is Phrasal verbs. But you made it easy for me to digest this time ; ) Thank you Adam!

Tkpanchart

thanks Doctor your lessons are great :)

houdaDoudou

Hi Adam!
Thanks again for your efforts.
You didn’t describe in your video construction “head to” so, it’s a little tricky from you to add question no. 7. It was my only mistake :).
Take care.

Cheh

Adam, I’m studying Phrasal Verbs and your lessons are helping me a lot. Thank you!

Juno Eagle

ADAM COULD YOU DO A VIDEO ABOUT COSTUMER SERVICE

jefrydonis

thank you

filipina-kathy

A complicated one this time but if we do not expose to things like these we wont learn something new .. Thanks

Brga

That’s very good to improve my english…. First time to meet Head in, Out, down and differents meanings

seckko

head to :( i did it wrong.thks for this lesson i need to learn more phrasal verbs

almorian

What is the difference between ‘head to’ and ‘ head for ‘?

leung

Hi Adam,
tanks a lot. Your lessons are always very useful.
Phrasal verbs are confusing for me, but it solves more practice
take care

cep62

Hi Adam,

If my colleague ask me to go to his seat, do i need to change come over to go over?eg I should say, I will go over later or i will come over later?

Thanks.

sgbetty

Thank you)

Jul555

i thought toronto was north :v .

ihwan

eventually, “I weather that storm” successfully!……

johnbritto

You are very good teacher Adam !
^____^

amandathedoc

hello Adam i am very happy with your explanation but there are some difficult to understand quickly the meaning what you are advice me ?

ahmedessmt

I GOT 9 OUT OF 10. i aim 10 out 10 , so I take again

franck1

yes perfect 10 out of 10

franck1

Thank you.

pavanut2

Dear Alex, the answer to question 7 is “head to”. However, it isn’t included in your explanation. So, I picked the option “head over” because according to the vídeo, it means “go to a place”. Apart from that, the explanation is excellent. Thanks a million.

galiano

hello adam…….head off and head for both are still not clear to me….can you make those a bit clear?

Rasho

Onde more Nice class!

Marywisdom

Hello Adam! Does head for and head to mean the same thing ?

adrigj

Thank adam, great lesson as usual :)

k.b.Raj

Great lesson !

Sady26

Thank you for this lesson :)

martir2010

8 out of 10.. I’m so happy! :)

LuisTremont

It’s very good for me!!!!! You are good Teacher!!!!!! Adam

Incerti

Good as always!! thank you

pazm701

thank you Adam

David Davani

Thanks a lot.

kamalini

thank for this lesson Adam)I’ve got 7/10 score.

Unam

Thank you Adam.

Nadir

Thanks a lot Adam. It’s very good explanation.

Salehan

Thank u Adam.. Ur videos are amazing..

priya srinivasan

you said about girl friend. Do you really have one or two?

kido

Thanks I get 80

zahra abukar

10 out of 10, thanks teacher!

Bruno Lopes

Thank you

Ravinath

Thanks, dear Adam. I have got 9 of 10, but my mistake was in the question No. (7) the correct answer was (head to). Generally, I like your teaching way.
Thanks again.

alkibsi

thank you very much

musabali

Hi Adam. I have a question that is not connected with this lesson. I’m just a bit confused about these: I’m going there tomorrow and I’ll be going there tomorrow. Can I use these form of tenses interchangeably? Thanks a lot! :)

Fiona011

thank you sir I like your style most.
sir I waqnt to know how to use ‘however” in english language

abubakaramu

thanks Adams you are welcome in my country Colombia. In this quiz I got six corrects aswers out of ten. I have to study and listen too.

manuel hernandez

Great lesson!

MrAnderson

Thank you Adam!!!
You are a good teacher. xD

Georgina23

i am very thankfull to engvid specially to sir adam

waheed lehri

im very thankfull with all you.

manualvabelt

Hello Adam. Thank you for lessons. I have one question about the quiz.
Sentence: During major storms it is a good idea to head _______ a safe place.
Why is “to” preferable, but not “over”?

DashaBond

Great lesson. Thank you.

Abhi

I,ll try agin

Fawaz1

Thanks a lot for all the helpful tips that you and other teachers have taught. In almost all of them there is something to learn for all 3 levels. Thanks again.

Soei

Looks like Adam really hates the winter!! :-)
He aways use examples with cold weather.

It will become worst Adam. “Winter is comming”..!!

kantynho

thanks a lot

w2d

Only got 7 out of 10… better praxtice more about this lesson.. thaks adam…

Ryan18

Thank you Adam.

Jean-Michel.M

Thanks you so much!!!

murka777

Very big thanks to you my favorite teacher.

federer88

hey dear,how many verbal phrases will be enough for a learner?

ventura simoon

Thank you

Silax

thank you adam !

hadil99

thanks a lot. i got no.7 wrong on the ‘head’ phrasal verbs. you didn’t teach on ‘head to’ thank you anyway.

maestro ken

could you please explain the meaning of ‘head to’?
thank you.

maestro ken

are head over , head toward and head to not same. do these not indicate little bit same meaning. don’t these all have possibility to use in same sentence in some case?

addyaddy

TY! good lesson, 9 from 10 :)

Vadim Ostrovoy

    Adam. Good morning.
    I am confused these phrasal verbs between “head over “and “head to”.
    I chose the wrong answer in No.7.
    Can you please to let me know the difference?

    Capt.Lee

COOL ! 😊Thanks teacher !

Soei

Hi, Adam! Thank you very much for the lesson! When must we use preposition “to” after “head+” phrasal verbs and when we mustn’t?
Thank you )

Pavel from Karaganda

Thank you very much, Adam!

travelmama

thank you very much, Mr Adam, you are the best one

Haryadi nugraha putra

thanks !

Phedra

Nice test, yet there were not any suggested examples with “head for”
Anyway, Adam, thanks a lot for doing so much for all of us
Keep it up, man!

Wlad90

I did six from ten. May you explain me for expressions in details?

yaresolga

I got 8 out of 10. These lessons about expression are very useful, especially when you read a book or newspaper or some sort of reading in tests. I am greatly appreciated for being a great teacher, Adam.

Rezajohn

thank you

aissa el boazzati

Thank you

carloslearning

I got 9 of 10.
I made a mistake in question #7.
Actually, I wanted to answer “head to a safe place” but you did not mention about “head to” in the video. Therefore I have chosen the wrong choice “head over”.
As a result, now I know how to use both of them :))
Thank you so much, Adam. You are a great master!

Egghead

these phrasal verbs were not so easy for me… but I’ve been trying…

claudia conti

Good teaching Adam!

Bahman.k

Hey Adam.
I’d like to know what it means “hook up”.

bruna santos

    to begin a romantic or sexual relationship with someone

    kerem.sirma

Thanks Adam but I guess i need a map before answer one of your answer… ahahah I didnt know where Meksico city is.

Doni Bungaa

Thanks Adam.You are really telling very instructive.

kerem.sirma

Thank you my best teacher. 9/10 . I like your all lessons

Muhammed.O

Thank you so much. there are very useful for me.

BAHRAM daneshvar

Thanks!

shihai182

Hi, very helpful lesson.

I don’t know if there are other verbs/phrasal verbs that mean the same as any of this lesson, if so, I have one question: How you determine which one to use?

donalicha

Thank you ever so much Mr. Adam.

Alex-1956

Thanks, Sir.

SoeThuraTun1911993

What a knockout lesson! Thanks Adam

Kingsley Kunda

Thanks Adam.The lesson was really useful.Always look forward to watching your videos.

AlbinalovesEnglish

thanks! very good lesson !

charlan andrade

8/10! Up to now, Adam’s lesson always explains the word I usually made a mistake. It’s very useful.

Jerry Gu

Thanks Adam

Aulakh87

Thanks! It really helped me!

Júlia Gama

Adam in question 7 you say head [to] but in your video you didn’t say head [to] but why we don’t use over ?

MBYAS

please comment come fast With my sincere regards

MBYAS
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