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164 COMMENTS

Thanks Rebecca for lesson, I could understand everything :-)

Javier

    Thanks a lot

    Navaram

Thank you very much!

Patrick

I realy like the lesson

Thank you Rebecca ^^

sakura

Dear Teacher,

Thank you for your good lesson

rampek

Thanks Rebecca
Very good lesson!
If you do a lesson on some common proverbs and sayings. Thanks

brala

Thank you so much Rebecca, now i see where i am

jerryp80

Thank you very much , for many help

jinare

thanks

rabbani

This is a useful lesson. Thanks Rebecca !

oscargutierrez502

thanks, was helpful.

iratupan

“I appreciate it” is the another way for accepting and respecting

masoud59

    hi
    dear masoud
    i have problem for seeing and download in this site ,would u plz help me how i can do it?
    or its possible for u to email me files u have downloaded?
    thanks
    roh_ts@yahoo

    ramin58

it is not so bad

andyzhao1994

Thank you very much your lesson and can I take your lesson by Skype? Best Regards from Yoyon Kurniawan

yoyon123

    Thanks for your interest. However, I do not teach on Skype right now. I wish you all the best with your English.

    Rebecca

      Dear Rebecca,

      Thanks for your reply my message. I hope some day I can speak English very well.

      Regards
      Yoyon Kurniawan

      yoyon123

    Thanks for your interest. However, I do not teach on Skype right now. I wish you all the best with your English.

    Rebecca

Thank you teacher for this helpful lesson.

roldano

Thank you very much for this lesson Rebecca. You are an amazing teacher!

carlosfsrodrigues

you are a good teacher ilike your teaching style

sims

Thank you for your lesson.

xuanthu

thanks a lot , very simple and useful lesson .

libyano

thanks alot ./

seyamkamal1

Thanks dear teacher.
The quiz was so easyyy,i got 10 correct out 0f 10.

misshana

    thsnks slot dear i get 9 of 10

    trust0102

thankus!i understood.

nanase625

Dear Emma,
Glad 2 meet u!

Here r some queries by me n I’ll b grateful if u answer;
What do these mean plz?!
1.Get the eye
2.Give the eye
3.Would u mind 2 open the window O would u mind opening the window O both ???!!!

Tx in advance;
Cordially,
:) fatiima!

fatiima8

Thank you very much. This lesson is very good.

gokseltopcu

Nice lesson!

Janilza

Excellent lesson

antonio1331

Good lesson. Thank you very much Rebecca.

spous67

very useful and thank you so much . i’ll keep study and hope to make friends with all the member here,thanks

nicolssy

Thank you very much Rebecca.

dtheranus03

i like

seye

You make your lessons so easy. Thanks a lot for help us.

olavolb

Just a doubt, how about these expressions to offering help too?
1. May I something…
2. Can I something…
Are those formal or informal?
My regards.

olavolb

    Hi there,
    Generally speaking,May is more 4mal than Can.
    :)

    fatiima8

      Thanks for help and be clear how was used.

      olavolb

    Yes, Fatima is right. May is more formal than can. All the best to you both.

    Rebecca

thank you

majoobmetali

Thanks, a nice lesson.

engvifrane13

wow… thank you so much

Elmer Merino

Hello Rebecca,

When we say Shall I is it kind of like Should I ?

Or it’s just a formal way ?

peteko8

    Shall I = Do you think it is a good thing for me to do? Do you think it is a good idea for me to do something?

    Shall I open the window? Are you feeling hot?

    Shall I is more of a polite way to ask something, while should I is more about whether it is the right thing to do.

    Do you think I should go to the doctor?
    Should I tell his mother what he did?

    Hope that helps. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

By the way, I love this videos, they are very helpful.

peteko8

do you mind my opennig the window ? is it true ?

oboba

I really thank you for good lessons. :)

dan379

nice lesson thanks alot

trust0102

Thanks a lot :)

stanislav80

10/10 without watching this video.

jano73

many thanks

khalidse10

thank you very much

abdi15

Thank you very much, very helpful .

spiritsm2001

good explication thank you

abdelbarre

    Glad you enjoyed the explanation. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

actually i didn’t watch this video, but i don’t know how i was able to do so

kamalajasmine

Thank you very much for your perfect lesson

vivienlee

It’s new for me. Thank you very much

lebienhd

I got 10 correct out of 10

lebienhd

Excuse me, I would like to ask Rebecca about some difference between “famous”and”famed”.Thank you very much.

bcmt2006

    They are basically the same. Famed is a little more formal and academic, while famous is a little more informal and common. All the best to you.

    Rebecca

      Thank you for your explanation.Now, I can understand clearly the way to use these words. and may I ask another question?Can I say “on Sunday” or “on a Sunday”? which phrase is right? thank Mrs Rebecca very much.
      I look forward to your reply.

      bcmt2006

Thank you vey much, Rebecca!

lenayutkina

Good lesson Rebecca! could do a lesson of how to ask politely for help. Thank you.
Zaima

zaima

Good lesson Rebecca! Thank you very much.

elseangy34

Thanks Rebecca, your lesson always make me easily understand.

kosobe113

    I’m so glad to hear it! Thanks, and my best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank You For Your Helping hand :D ^^

mohamed1254

Well done!
Very usefull.
Thank you.

orbert

Thanks Rebecca! Very good!

carlarimkus

First i thank this site.. you people doing great job..
Really this is useful..
My wishes to step ahead..

priya15

Thank you Rebecca, you helped me a lot

fellipe

this website very very good thank you staff and teachers working on it..

nice lesson

fahadbaz

i got on 90 score through quiz , thanks many …..

jalal1990

Thank you very much! It does help non-native speakers a lot!

dejyunhou

10/10 -Thanks a bunch Rebecca.

houdah

God Bless You. -I forgot to say MISSorMRS Rebecca. I’m sorry.

houdah

    Just Rebecca is fine. Thanks, and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you so much :)

anzwa

THINK YOU VERY MUCH

tinjdadi22

Thank you very much!

eduarau2003

Many thanks for the lesson. Quiz are not working¡

gedo

it was a good lesson & i always appreciate your lessons & i learnt a lot.Mam i have some problem understanding of using “used to “.for example..if the sentence is…”i used to play piano” then i become confused.then i think what does it mean? does it mean…Before i played piano? or I tried to play piano? could you help me please? Mam ..thank you very much for your good lessons & i always greateful to you.

johir

    When you say that you used to play the piano when you were young, it usually means you did it at that time but you don’t do it any more.

    Another example:

    Sarah used to teach English when she lived in Japan, but now she works in a bank.

    My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you very much.

adell25

No Nice Lesson !!! I really like this :)

aakashdelhi2011

    So Nice Lesson !!! I really like this :)

    aakashdelhi2011

      Thanks!Please watch my lesson on so and such. It will help you too. My best wishes to you.

      Rebecca

9 out of ten was correct. so feeling good great to work with the site
good lesson

skumar4

Hi Mrs.Rebecca ..
Nice to meet you .
i have already saw your video , it’s help me a lot to improve my knowledge ..
but i just little bit confuse when i will use ” Are you ” or ” do you ”?
can you explain to me ?
thanks a lot for your attention :)

sincerely
Ab.Kevin

abdu12

    This requires a long reply so it’s best to consult a grammar book, but in general “Are you” is part of the verb “to be” and “do you” is used with all other verbs in the present simple tense.

    In English, we have the verb to be, which is used in a certain way, and then we have all the other verbs in English, which can be conjugated in the same way. Please check your grammar book for a full explanation, since this is an important point and you don’t want to confuse the two. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

would you me to go another lesson?

mrforex

Great! Thank you very much

onur8082

Thank you very much

aran

tank u so much.

mahi958

It’s very useful!
thanks!!~~~~

ea9436

    I love Japan!

    dangcongtrang

:)
i like your way :)
thank you very much.. <3' !

noorbazlamit33

Thank you very much for this great class!

andredoval

excuse me , there’s someone want to teach me for speaking english so both of us can improve our speakng ? :)

abdu12

thank you so very much

madhu51

thanks nice lesson

mejpai

thank you very much…. : )

kitti40

Thanks to all for your feedback. I really admire your efforts at improving your English. My best to you.

Rebecca

Tha

abdu12

Dear Mrs Rebecca
thank a alot for your advice.
I’m very appreciate for that.
I wish one day i can meet you and try to speak english with you.
Hehe..

Regards
ab.kevin

abdu12

90%. Thanks a lot. It’s very kind of you.The culture people say these words.

alpido24

Thank you Very Much i really enjoy this video…

manishnager

thanks

abcdf123

Thanks.

pafsilipoclub

Thank you very much!

dhissie

thanks miss rebecca i would like to ask you if there is some lessons in business English
thank you again

lebon

hello everybody know I learn eng but I want speak with people.WE can fine me ( dj.django ) this is my SKYPE THANKS

nikooo

Thank you very much! It was very useful video.

giorgi777

thank you its great and useful

elsadiq70

Dear Rebecca, thanks a lot for the lesson!

whiteandsoft

Rebecca, thank you very much….

vinnicius

Thank you Rebecca, the lesson is very useful

duynp218

What mean the expression: “Let me get the door for you”. It’s:
1) open
2) shut
3) stop the door so the person can go through

?

artur72

Thank you very much, Rebecca!

mad97

is necesary be a kindwoman when spoken English.Thats lesson is very important for me.

ednaz

My best wishes to Rebecca. Thank you for lesson.

plank1957

Thank you very much.

chetgoodguy

Thank you very much.

naidukrao

Thank you very much, Rebecca! Your pronunciation, way of teaching are excellent always. I love to view your videos.

shans

Thank you very much, I got 10/10.

thiruselvi

please, let me thank you for your interesting lesson.

aliengvid

Thanks Mam Rebecca, I got 90%.

Abdul Qayum

Hi Rebecca,
Thanks a lot for this lesson.I appreciate your teaching style.
regards,

tutte

Thanks Rebecca,
It is very productive.
Mam actually when I start conversion with other person before I speak I think first then speak and sometimes fails to get the proper word.Can you please help me.

aadil

Interesting lesson. Thanks Rebecca.

Dina

I did’t know that “shall” was also used to offer help. Thank you!

Zero10

:D

thinguyen

Great lesson thank you.

pafsilipoclub

thank you Rebecca! 10/10
I enjoy your lessons a lot. they are so clear, simple and useful.

tattoochilli

thank you, Rebecca!

Tchin Shi

    Are you from China?

    Kee Young

Thank you Rebecca ! I love the way you teach.

Chocolateislandgirl

thank you very much :) :)

sara laassiri

thank you very much Rebecca. your method is really nice. I love your teaching

Mohammad Maisam

Dear Rebecca,
Thank you to bring us your help to speak a nice English.
Best regards.

Peter

got 10 out of 10…… any one who is learner can join me to chat in English, no matter if you are a learner, I am also a learner

sajidsecluded123

Dang Cong Trang. Thanks!

dangcongtrang

Very useful lesson! Highly appreciated. Thank you.

Abhi

Thanks!! :)

SanjulaHapugoda

Thank you very much for the lesson, it was a great help.

Faity

great lesson
Can you do for me a favor,make more video,i really like your teaching style and your accent too,very clear,every time watch your lesson i understand them all.
Thanks a lot
All best to you

Hoai Manucians

I have get 100thank you techer

Samson12

9/10 , thanks a lot .

Soei

Thank you very much Rebecca

ija4

Thanks, Rebecca. Great lesson. I got 100

nickandr

Thanks a lot Rebecca!

KonstansFaust

Hi Rebeca! Thank you very much for being with us and teaching us!

Artur

Thank you very mucn!

Freeman88

You got 10 correct out of 10.

thanks a lot…
:D

M kartal

Thanks!

shihai182

Thank you Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

Good news
Again 100
thank you very much Rebecca.

Abaad

9/10, thanks a lot!

Alenasimple

Hi Rebecca
its my pleasure to watch your English course.
I believe in Rebecca.
Kindly create a whats app group of your for English pronunciation, and to correct our English grammatic mistakes.
Thank you very much.

M ilyas

In this lesson I have got 9 out of 10
Thank you very much.

M ilyas

That’s very kind of you Rebecca.

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