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80 COMMENTS

challenging but great..a big help for me.thanks james

jane08

A bit difficult for me but thank you James.

beernaard

    can we be friends on facebook? to speak with each other in english and I want to learn french as well

    omarkhalid1994

      Maybe you could show me your FaceBook ID so that i can add you~

      NathanlB

      let’s do it

      Azamat.kazakh

So great games a little bit difficult and more interesting, I like it, thanks to specific illustration, James

jimkiskisol

Wow! That’s totally new to me! Thank you very much.

zigmund

could you teach us about compound adjective

agatha

Thanks James!!Interesting game to learn phrasal verbs ;)

knopfler86

Thank you James! You’re amazing teacher!:)

Nina Kmyta

9 correct out of ten) Thanks)

Andrew90

Thank you, James. I think too many of us phrasal verbs is too hard to learning.

joe921

thanks James

che1707

Thanks a lot, James

Rozenn

i’m new here , and i found what i need on this website ^^ thank you :)

ELHILAL

Thank you, James!

sitnichonok

dear teachers of engvid.com thanks for all what you doing for us and i want we will be not only a student and teachers but a friends too. thank you verry much

Tarlan Suraxanli

Very usefull game to play with a friend !

Luke

Thanks James! It’s a very good way to teach phrasal verbs.

Joao

Thank you, teacher!!!

Jakub Alvarez

Thanks. Your videos are inspiring me to learn english. maybe I’m not good at it yet, but I’ve been trying hard.

IvanKopytov

Thank so much, I’m gonna take up this lesson again, very important and useful.

ctierrez

Nice one

nitin10056

You’re great! Thanks.

MohammedMoayed

Thank you james. I got 6 of 10 😕, i need to improve

Eri

Thank you James.

Tyrion

You got 8 correct out of 10.

thank you.

08. 05.2018.

M kartal

thanke you james
its so helpful

schwann

I got 100 percent correct. I’m going to play the game with my friends

Amin64

90 percent correct.not bad.thank you James,so kind of you.your teaching methods are very helpful.appreciate.

carolwin

Hello, I am an English teacher, and would like to know where to find the engVid forum or “contact info” for engVid? (you mentioned in your profile that if we have questions to go to the engVid forum, but I cannot seem to find it). Any info would be appreciated, thanks!

ashymart

    He just means the comments here!

    engVid Moderator

Thanks James. You are a great teacher. I had 1 mistake. You taught me a lot.

Mohamedsaif2808

I scored 90 out of 100.Thanks again James.

Mohamedsaif2808

Many Thanks for your helpful vidoes James.I do like your teaching methods.would you please explain the meaning of “here we go” and “there we go”. a
Also what is meaning of when you raise both of your hand bending your index and midle finger

hoorieshaghaghi

Thanks James, that was great :)

galarwen

Thanks James but I am a bit confused

Sirina Fatima

please introduse some book about phrasal verbs. thanks

Amir Tighnavard

Thanks a lot James!

Alex-1956

Interesting

Sebashtian

I think it is good idea to learn through the game. Thank you, James!

Danuta

It will be needed a lot of practicing.
Thank you very much.

Hasibul

Easy to learn english..james sir teaching was osm..he made me learn through practically…

Chandraleka

Your English game is very helpful…
Thank you very much!

SherlyYT

It’s not working 😥

Tasneem khan

    Not working, really maybe you don’t know how to use this game useful :D

    SherlyYT

Thanks James

Zicky1985

Thanks a lot James. This video learning really help me to learn faster, especially the game really motivate to challenge ourselves.

akartolo

Let ne know how I can focus my listening on the English words

VincentHulio

I play with my self and I must win my self before I defeat someone in this game, right James?

SherlyYT

James, thx!

IraIra94

I love your lessons James. You are really good teacher =)

Luxer00

Thanks James.it s a bit difficult but i ll try to practice.

angela94

thank you for that l’m realy so bad in phrasal verb and preposition

khalid alzain

Always I feel it is hard to master this but with you it looks easy thank you

Alshifaa Belhassan

I have question may its mad but i want to learn pull up is just used for things as chair extra or with people as my freind argue with each other and i try to pull up between them

Alshifaa Belhassan

I got 90 James. Thank you so much indeed for this lesson. You are superb tutor. 😉

Redd22

I got 9/10 . Thank so much James. But this lesson was a little bit diffult so i m feeling step by step improving my english skills! :)

alpat

Thanks James. You are superb, Are phrasal verbs always formed by combining verbs with preposition or is there some other combination also? Why are they called Phrasal Verbs?

SJ SINGH

I haven’t seen your video but luckily I got 80% hahahaha.

Judylen Belarmino

Thank you! Nice game!

Olha Vyshatytska

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

lollolovi4

Great method but as for me, it’d better to memorize phrasal verbs through preposition meaning. For instance, we have verbs of movement, these are walk, go, run, drive, etc. And we also have the preposition off. So we can say: When I arrived home, I walk off my shoes. or I run off my shoes.
Off means remove something/someone from something/someone
Or e.g. the preposition out of
walk out of = leave a place
out of is quite similar to off but has different meaning
I walked UP to him. = I approached him
I walked AWAY from him = I escaped from him
I walked DOWN = I’m exhausted (with the meaning of decrease
I walked AROUND and etc.
As you can see, that’s pretty much easy as it seems

lollolovi4

Thanks alot

Deedee456

Hi James, hope you re fine. Please tell is that correct to address a group of people in the beginning of an email with Dears? For example which one of below mail starts are correct

1. Dears All,
2. Dears,
3. Dear All,

Ehsanahmadi

I just don´t understand why using “up” with some verbs knowing that the meaning doesn´t change, for example, “Close up”. Whether you use it or not doesn´t make any difference. In the sentences: “It´s time to close up the store” and “It´s time to close the store”. Is the second sentence wrong? And Why?

Nelman

Mmm…a little bit difficult for me. But I shuold try!

Freddy Navas

oh that is inevitable!

Yigit ATMACA

Hey guys, if someone wants to talk in English by FaceLive or Skype add maicou.brait10

maicou

Nice challenge, 7 of 10 is not too bad, thanks James you’re one of my favorites teacher, regard!!!

kikesmash21

Hi crew; nice to salute all of you, I’m very interested on practice my spaking with all of you if someone wants to have a funny conversations with me please let me know. I’m available through Skype, Facebook or What’sapp (52 + 0445552995209)

kikesmash21

hi crew they are they cracking love of enviroment love me out the now

KhaNguyen

To be honest, I hate the grammar part of the English Language but I hope that this game tricks can help me out with this. I am desperate to learn the Grammar portion of the language, so hope that this kind of videos or lecture will help me to reduce the boringness on grammar. Thanks for making such kind of video.

Sojib-bd

Thanks, James^^.

hugowu

9 of 10 😁 happy

Ihssan87

I got 8 out of 10. Thanks James for the interesting way of teaching.

Saranya kiran

who do you want to practise with me?

cat124

Thank you sir!!! I’ve love learning English👍🏿

Tammysavage

Thanks.Mr.James. today’s quisz is very difficult. I can’t understand what you said.

Maayumi

I have to say I love the sense of humour !

Jon cai
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