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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
The traffic reporter's helicopter hovered _______ the scene of the accident so that he could report on what was happening on the highway.

Jimmy tried to jump _____ the fence, but his foot caught the top of it and he fell.

Please place the book on the shelf _____ the TV.

Larry's score on the test was _____ the average of the class.

Jill, I put your clean laundry _____ your bed.

We don't have enough room in the cupboard, so don't place the mugs next to each other, but put one ______ the other.

The village, one of the highest in the world, is actually 2000 feet ______ sea level.

The event organizers were delighted that ______ 500 people arrived at the conference.

Beru: "I appreciate the thought, Luke, but I'm afraid this painting is a little too ugly to put _____ the wall."

After completing the marathon, Jim felt as though he were _______ the world.


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170 Comments on “Prepositions in English: ABOVE, OVER, ON, ON TOP”


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Rome wasn’t built in a day

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Good night Kotoz. Being the first one to comment means to be on top of the world

    Sunday, March 19th 2017

      . + . * . * .
      * . Good + +
      . * Night. * .
      + . * + . *

      Sunday, March 19th 2017

      Wow.
      Ohhhhhhhhhhhh
      Happy New Year
      Happy New Year
      Happy New Year
      Happy New Year
      Happy the year 1396
      Happy the year 1396
      Happy the year 1396
      Happy Iranian’s new year
      Happy New year to all of Iranians
      I’m so so so happy.
      Welcome beautiful spring.
      I wish you; Iranians;a year with health, many success,and happiness…
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      Monday, March 20th 2017

        Happy New Year :)

        Sunday, April 2nd 2017

    Yeah my friend, you are right

    Saturday, April 15th 2017

This song by the Cheap Trick is called “On Top Of The World.”
http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/cheaptrick/ontopoftheworld.html

By the way, what’s the difference between “on the top of the world” by the Carpenters?
http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/carpenters/topoftheworld.html

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    There really isn’t a difference. The Carpenters song probably has “on the top” to make the words fit the tune. Slightly changing common expressions or grammar like this is common in English pop songs.

    Monday, March 20th 2017

      Thanks for your reply. I’d been puzzled with that question for a long time. As a learner in a non-English speaking country, there’re always some questions left every and each day.

      Tuesday, March 21st 2017

    Hi Feles,

    On top of the world is a feeling, while on the top of the world is a physical presence at the highest point of the world. The carpenters sing:
    I’m on the top of the world lookin’ down on creation–firstly, it’s a dream. Secondly, ” You’re the nearest thing to Heaven that I’ve seen”, so this person is dreaming that he/she is literally above the world looking down at it (as though from heaven).

    That said, as the moderator mentions, lyrics often get twisted to fit a tune.

    Hope this helps :)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

      Thanks so much, Adam! I hope someday I’ll get those subtle differences. Long way to go…

      Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hi Adam .
Thank you for this lesson .
I havé been mistaken on question 3 . However can I say ? : “place the book on the shelf on top of the tv” meaning that the tv is actually on the shelf and the book will be put on the TV set .
I heard you explain in the vidéo talking about expectation : ” hé has gone above my expectation ” shouldn’t you have used “over” instead of “above” in that case .
Waiting for your comment .
See you

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hello tsamp,
    you use “above” because it is an relation between the cups. If you use “over” the cups have to move…
    But I was mistaken too in this question. I thought that on top of is the correct answer, because the touch.
    Have a nice day

    Monday, March 20th 2017

    Hi Tsamp,

    A shelf usually hangs on the wall. The shelf above the TV means that it is protruding from the wall and hanging higher than the TV. If there was a shelving unit (furniture with many shelves) then the shelf would still be above the TV because the TV would be on a lower shelf. If the shelf is on or on top of the TV, it is not a shelf but a piece of wood sitting on the TV.

    Does this help?

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

    Sorry, forgot second part.

    We say above and beyond my expectations, or over and above my expectations. Above has to be in there.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Very clear ! A pleasure to learn English with you. Thank you.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

Thank you! Your lesson was great. I got 90 out of 100 i’m happy
You are the best teacher.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

thank you very much :-)

Saturday, March 18th 2017

The last question was a little confusing because of the two ofs in the sentence :D I enjoyed the lesson a lot, a thing seems to be super easy, but then it turns out that I learned something new after all, thank you Adam, thank you all Engvid teachers :)

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Oops. That’s a typo. Thanks for pointing it out Gochaqueen :)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

I always mix these up , so it’s kinda good thing to use them interchangeably.
I confused with question 1 & 3 . i get the idea that the TV and the book shelf are in the same line , therefore we have to use above. Great lesson

Saturday, March 18th 2017

Hi Adam,thanks for your lessons! I wanna ask you about two irregular verbs “fling”and “throw”.What the difference between them,and which one should be used in spoken language?

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hi Supporter,

    Fling is more of a close toss, something light. Throw can be something further and heavier.

    I’d avoid fling because these days it more commonly occurs as its noun form, meaning a short, meaningless relationship, affair. As flung, though, it is obviously more clear.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hello teacher i am studying english and i just wonder if i need something to ask about where can i find it any one has a mobile number or whatsapp to connect

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hello, Im studiyng to, I need help for somebody. maybe we can help us to study talking about something.

    Tuesday, March 21st 2017

    You can sometimes find people here in the forum who create Whatsapp groups, or you can offer to create one yourself.

    You can also ask me questions here and I’ll be happy to help.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

I got 7 of 10. I think it is not so bad

Saturday, March 18th 2017

Thank you Adam, this is another amazing classes as always.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

I got 8 correct) Thank you, Adam!

Saturday, March 18th 2017

I didn’t fall into the trap of the 10th question:)

Thanks Adam.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    ;)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

thinks Adam te next I’ll do better than now I got 50% I’m ashamed of myself

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Don’t be, Engbro. Mistakes are an opportunity to learn ;)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

I got 9 correct. Thank u

Saturday, March 18th 2017

Excellent lesson Adam! you are always making a great job. Sometimes, we use these prepositions without knowing the reason why we are suppose to use them, and when we learn the grammar rules, it takes us to actually do it right. XOXO from Dominican Republic!

Saturday, March 18th 2017

It has been a very interesting lesson to review some concepts which are very useful when you think about them, maybe I have doubted in the last question by writing the preposition “of” twice, I was confused with the answer “on top of” but I suspected what it was the right answer, it was evident. Thanks a lot, teacher Adam, as always a very great explanation.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hello angardiobel. How’s every thing going?
    In few days ago, I thought you’re a new member, but Today when I was reviewing previous lessons and comments,I noticed that you’re not new! If you can remember and check previous comments you will see that we talked together. We talked about your goal, expensive exam and speaking skill. What do you do with your goal and exam? Now, Do you feel better when you wanna speak English?
    By the way, I will be happier if you join us,Nataanna,SKIKDA and me. We can talk together and improve our english. Ofcourse in engvid.Good Bye.

    Saturday, March 18th 2017

      Yes, of course, I am here to learn and improve our English level and skill by helping other mates to achieve the same acknowledge. Every time I have listened to our teachers, I have realised that I have been climbing my trust to speak conversations and tell stories. It’s a great idea to make a team and interchange posts or comments, but we should have spare time to write and speak among us, and sometimes is difficult to gather with other mates here or in Skype because there are different schedules or local times on every part of the earth. I eager to join us and speak in English, speak with fluency is the subject I want to work with intensity and training, it is my main goal to get a job as a pilot in aviation. Thanks for your answer, nkh, I appreciate it. Regards.

      Saturday, March 18th 2017

      Good night friends. Having answered all questions correctly, I don’t feel myself on top of the world, but I’m satisfied. The last question was a booby trap (fansy expression; I have heard it after Kotoz, I liked it). But I jumped over it successfully.
      Thank you, Adam, for this lesson. It’s above my expectations as always.

      Sunday, March 19th 2017

Dear Mr. Adam,
You always look intelligent, qualified, and hard-working. I’m sure you study hard before you prepared your lessons; therefore, your lessons always look well- prepared, well-presented and well-done.I wish you had been my teacher in school and university. It is a great honor to be one of your students. Finally, I can’t thank you enough
Yours sincerely
Mona

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Thank you Mona. I appreciate that. :)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hi Adam,Iam an Engish MA student ,l want to improve my writind because lam very sad.l lost many marks on writing:'(:'( help meT_TT_TT_TT_T

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hi Memo,

    Check out my website that is dedicated to writing:

    writetotop.com.

    I hope it helps.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Thanks for this useful lesson, really enjoy it!
For the last question, I got the wrong answer because the option has double “of”. So I ‘m not sure that my choice is correct.

Saturday, March 18th 2017

    Hi Ilham,

    Yes, that’s a typo. I’ll fix it ;)

    The answer is ‘on top of’

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

I got 8/10 and I’m delighted.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

thank you Adam for this lesson

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Thank you adam,
Please contact me at skype : yogapratama1393
i looking for some of friends to speak with me direcly . since i need to practice , thak you :)

Sunday, March 19th 2017

10/9 , I dont understand all of words in these sentence, but the situation is almost 100% clear.

Your explain is really good! Your sentences make visible pictures in my mind! Just do it ! :) thanks… a beginner..

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Yaah!
Adam’s your examples easy to remember those prepositions.
Good to know you.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Hi Adam! You are a very good teacher. I am an aircraft engineering students,and I have academic writing skills lesson,so I need your help for write a outline. Can you help me?

Sunday, March 19th 2017

    Hi Krmkndnylmz,

    Check out my website that is dedicated to writing:

    writetotop.com.

    I hope it helps.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hi Adam,it is easy to understand! You’re a very good teacher, thank you very much!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Very useful lesson Adam! you are always making a great job. Sometimes, we use these prepositions without knowing the reason why we are suppose to use them, and when we learn the grammar rules, it takes us to actually do it righ . Thank you so much!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Thanks for being so clear on your explanations.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

You are a good teacher

Sunday, March 19th 2017

This lesson is on top of the other lessons, very useful. I believe that over 20 people have already seen it. And, I can see that the every comment is above another one. I had to put my hand over my mouth several times while watching this video but, I learned a lot!!
Thank you ery much for this lesson, sometimes I overstimate my knowledge of English and this is a good way to remember it. It was above my expectations and learnt how to use above and over.

Finally, I have to say that in the quiz, question number 10 was not well stated, in the quiz you have the final part of the sentence like this “….of the world.” of course I was confused because if I chose “on top of” it would end like ” on top OF OF the world” so I changed my answer and of course it marked it wrong. Not fair!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

    I did the same error , but actually one needs to repeat this lesdon twice to understand and memrise it:-D

    Sunday, March 19th 2017

    Hi Manuela,

    Yes, #10 has a typo. I will try to fix it right away.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Excelente, asombroso que sea gratis , nunca encuentro nada gratis excelente presentación.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

    Hi! We’re glad you enjoyed the lesson. However, all comments should be in English. This is an opportunity to practice your skills :)

    Monday, March 20th 2017

You have explain the lesson so well, I finally get it . Thank you!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Hello, Adam. Could you please answer my question. How should we pronounce the possessive s ending with plural nouns – [s] or [iz]. Thank you.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

    Hi Emma,

    It depends on the ending of the noun:

    people’s (z)
    friends’ (z)
    fleet’s (tz)
    mice’s (iz)
    chips’ (s)
    etc.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hi Adam. Thank you for this lesson. Very Good!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Thank you Adam.

Sunday, March 19th 2017

Nice video as usual.
I like your videos very much. They are very informative.

Monday, March 20th 2017

How to get ready for a lesson this?:) I don’t satisfied what i got it So,I will try to make it better than last time.
Nice Lesson!!

Monday, March 20th 2017

Thankx for the lesson.

Monday, March 20th 2017

little bit confusing to me. more practice needed.
Thank you.

Monday, March 20th 2017

yeah, i need to practice more, well i got 3 wrong answer, not that bad..

Monday, March 20th 2017

thank you Mr,Adam , although I had just 5 correctly answers of 10 , I felt as on top of the world.

Monday, March 20th 2017

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Happy New Year
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Thank you engvid, by your kindness now I can share my happiness with friends in all over the world.
I know, normally,you don’t celebrate the solar year,but I want you_all of engvid’ s friends_ accompany.
These flowers are for engvid’s friends 💐💐💐💐💐💐💐🌼⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘🌼🌼🌼🌼🌻🌻🌻🌻⚘⚘⚘⚘🌷🌷🌸🌸🌷🌷🌷🌷⚘🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷⚘

Monday, March 20th 2017

Thanks For the Lesson.

Monday, March 20th 2017

Thank you Adam! Please the others!!

Monday, March 20th 2017

Those prepositions were a bit difficult for me to understand, but now I have learnt how to use them. Any way. I think, I should watch this video one more time to be sure I really got it.

Thanks Adam!

Monday, March 20th 2017

Very good, Adam. Thanks a lot.

Monday, March 20th 2017

many thanks ADIM BUT THE LAST ONE IT SEEMS NOT OKAY After completing the marathon, Jim felt as though he were _______ of the world.
above
over
on
on top of. ON TOP OF OF THE WORLD PLEASE EXPLAIN TO US

Monday, March 20th 2017

    This was a typo Sunday. I will try to fix it right away. Take out the ‘of’ after the blank.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Thanks alot it is a bit difficult

Monday, March 20th 2017

Thanks!

Monday, March 20th 2017

thank you Adam! this is very helpful .

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

thank you Mr Adam for this wonderful lesson

please could you do a lesson about the different meanings and uses of the noun/verb ‘feature’ supported with some examples.
it is very confusing for me.

Best regards

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

    I’ll see what I can do Saidtiget ;)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Thanks Adam, usually you are on the top :)

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

Thank you very much! I really enjoy your lessons!!!
Could you explain to me ,please, if I can use ‘over’ with time expressions like ‘I’ve been living here over sixteen years’?
Thanks!

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

    Hi Koroleva,

    In this example, over means more than. It is also a reduction of “for over sixteen years”. This is common, but you should avoid it in writing.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Thanks, Adam.

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

Thank you Adam!

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

Thank you Mr.Adam .

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

Good day Mr.Adam and All.
My English not good but I try ))))
I have a question, maybe not for topic, but all the same.
How do translated nouns which followed one by one? Example : star track, sky bus, dog cat)) .. etc.I know that first noun must be adjective, but How about else? Example “information security ” , it means “protection of something (somebody) from harmful, unsafe (malware) information” or “protection of information from hacking, a loss”. (На русском “информационная защита” или “защита информации”).
Thank You.

Thursday, March 23rd 2017

    Hi Sergey,

    Compound nouns work as a unit where one word modifies the other. The first word might be an adjective for the first or the second noun can mean “about” the first word, or the ‘type’ of first word.

    Information security– type of security is one that protects information.

    Is this what you had in mind?

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

      Yes
      Thank You so much.

      Monday, April 3rd 2017

Thank you sir.but I got 80/100.how can I improve.any other video related to this topic

Thursday, March 23rd 2017

    Hi Simha,

    You can watch it again, and other videos about prepositions. i also recommend a good grammar book to practice with.

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

      Oh! How lucky I am! Thanks for your reply sir. What is the title of the video in which you have recommend a grammar book?

      Tuesday, April 4th 2017

        English Grammar in Use, by Raymond Murphy is a good one.

        Wednesday, April 19th 2017

After completing the marathon, Jim felt as though he were on top of the world.
above

Thursday, March 23rd 2017

Hi Adam sir sir you are so nice teacher thank you!

Sunday, March 26th 2017

Thank you so much.

Sunday, March 26th 2017

Thanks Adam

Sunday, March 26th 2017

Thanks Dear Teacher for your Nice Teaching, God Bless You.

Monday, March 27th 2017

Thank you so much for helping us!!

Monday, March 27th 2017

Thank you very much mister Adam, you’re excellent

Monday, March 27th 2017

Nice lesson, really have benefited a lot. thanks Adam.

Monday, March 27th 2017

Hi, Adam! (Is the comma correct?)

Congratulations for your new video again! It is quite interesting and helpful!

By the way, I would like to do a question about a different topic. I am puzzled about the pronouns. Should I say “My girlfriend and I” or “My girlfriend and me”? Could I say “Me and my girlfriend” or “I and girlfriend”?

Thanks in advance!

Monday, March 27th 2017

    Hi Eduardo, (comma after name)

    A lesson about compound subjects is coming soon. For now, say My girlfriend and I…”

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

      Thank you very much Adam! I look forward to seeing this new lesson! :)

      Wednesday, April 5th 2017

SOMETIMES YOU’RE JOKE
SOMETIMES YOU’RE GEN(genius)
I NEVER REALLY KNOW

YOUR LESSONS COOL
YOUR LESSONS FREE
THEY MAKE ME FEEL SORROW

BECAUSE YOU’RE BEST
BECAUSE YOU’RE WISE
AND NOTHING ONE CAN SAY

YOUR NAME’S ADAM
AND YOU’RE ABOVE
THE REST OF ON YOUTUBE

IT WAS FOUR YEARS
OR ALMOST FIVE
YOU STARTED LESSON ONE

SO MAKE US FREE
SO KILL US ALL
WITH LESSON HUNDRED ONE!!!

Tuesday, March 28th 2017

    Good one katrine

    Wednesday, March 29th 2017

    :)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Hi Adam u speak very clear easy to understand you. It’s nice lessons thanks

Thursday, March 30th 2017

Thank you so much, Adam.

My English teacher told me that I have to study more preposition topic. So this lesson “fits like a glove” to me now.

Good Luck!

Thursday, March 30th 2017

Thanks, Adam.

Thursday, March 30th 2017

Thank you Adam.Most amazing presentation!

Thursday, March 30th 2017

Hello sir, i’m a newbie here. I got 8. Finally i found an amazing english teacher like you. Thank you Mr. Adam

Friday, March 31st 2017

    Welcome Elga :)

    Sunday, April 2nd 2017

Isn’t Adam really cute? :)
Just love his lessons.
Keep it up!!! TKS

Saturday, April 1st 2017

I got 7/out of 10 I am delighted i am a student of you Sir let,s see the next lesson .

Saturday, April 1st 2017

Thank you everyone. Sorry about the typo in the last question. I will have it fixed right away ;)

Sunday, April 2nd 2017

My main problem is how to identify part of speech in a sentence.
Please I need an agent assistance.

thank you

Monday, April 3rd 2017

why don’t we use “Hovered over”
the helicopter is moving

Monday, April 3rd 2017

Hi Adam,

I am confused about question #1.
I chose “over” but the answer was hovered “above” the scene” since the helicopter did stay in one spot above the accident, according to your explanation.

However, I consulted yahoo online dictionary (https://tw.dictionary.yahoo.com/dictionary?p=Hover)
and found out that it put the following sentence as an example regarding the word “hover”:
The helicopter hovered “over” the house .

It uses the prep. over other than above here. Can you help clarify the differences between “hover over” and “hover above”?
Thanks.

Tuesday, April 4th 2017

    Hi Dawai,

    If it’s moving, then use over. If it stays in place (which is usually the use of hover), then it is above. It’s a subtle difference and in most cases no-one will notice the difference.

    Wednesday, April 19th 2017

10 of 10
thanx

Tuesday, April 4th 2017

Thanks Adam for your lessons, i just started yesterday . and i feel its step forward ,
you are really great teacher keep it up :)

Wednesday, April 5th 2017

    Welcome Skl :)

    Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Hello Adam, Thank you for your lesson. This is my first time. I`m a beginner. I`ve a question, how can I take an order for my English learning.

Regards.

Wednesday, April 5th 2017

    Welcome HilderL :)

    I’m not actually sure what you mean by take an order. Do you mean how to order the learning itself?

    Start with basic grammar rules about basic sentence structures, verb tenses, and pronouns. Then get into more complicated structures.

    Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Nice .sir thank you

Thursday, April 6th 2017

I like this teacher. Been watching his videos on YouTube 😂 Im learning a lot. This is like taking English lessons for free on ur free time.

Thursday, April 6th 2017

Thank you Adam. A great lesson for me.

Monday, April 10th 2017

thank you Adam , very useful lesson !!!

Thursday, April 13th 2017

Thanks Adam, it was confused but finally I’ve had learned new things.

I’ve had got 3 correct out of 10. :(

I need to practice over and over, and this is another expression. =D

Friday, April 14th 2017

Nice lesson, Adam, grateful for initiative.
First of all, excuse my lousy(Google translate \o/) English.
Could you talk about this “on” in the “Larry’s score “on” the test… “?
Do you have one lesson about it?

There is a great way for your lessons.

Thank you beforehand!

Monday, April 17th 2017

    Hi Diego,

    If you look at the top of the page, there is a search box. Type the word ‘on’ in there and you will see a few lessons on this preposition.
    Let me know if this helps.

    Wednesday, April 19th 2017

      Hi, Adam, Good Morning
      It must be difficult to teach who does not know anything. I appreciate your attention.
      I’m such a beginner that I must have been rude to my ignorance, sorry.
      So, There is much to study and read.
      I can´t tell if it was good, it seems to have a lot of repetition ‘on’ the “ON”, as if it were ‘on’ google searching ‘on’.
      As it is a path, I will walk “on top of” it =]

      Thanks, Adam

      Friday, April 21st 2017

hi adam its my first lesson with you i appreciate your response to the students you’re a good teacher

Saturday, April 22nd 2017

Thank you

Sunday, April 23rd 2017

hello adam I see all above comment these are to good

Monday, April 24th 2017

Thanks for the lesson, Adam. Very useful

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

good lesson, Thank you teacher.

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

hello. thank you so much teacher. you teach very clear. i am beginner, i hope i will improve my English very soon with your lesson. ;). i got 6 from this lesson.

Thursday, April 27th 2017

Hi Adam, thank you for another greate lesson.
I didn’t understand why in “10. After completing the marathon…” is used ‘were’ instead of ‘was’.

Sunday, April 30th 2017

I got 8/10! Thanks for the lesson!

Tuesday, May 2nd 2017

Not much i understood this lesson but i got out of l0/8. i think this lesson little bit hard for me.

Wednesday, May 3rd 2017

thanks m.Adam for your excellente lesson,I hope that you can give us a lesson about SAFETY,HAZARDS AND RISKS

Friday, May 5th 2017

Many thanks Mr Adam for this lesson , it’s a great help.

Monday, May 8th 2017

Good morning.. Hi everyone. I’m new here.
I’m 20 years old and I am from Venezuela.
I would like to learn to speak English so I can communicate with friends and family.
thanks.

Friday, May 12th 2017

I got 6 correct answers out of 10 :( in “Above, Over, On, On top of. :(

Friday, May 12th 2017

I got 6 answers.. Ough Dear!!

Monday, May 15th 2017

Thank you so much. Nice lesson again.

Tuesday, May 16th 2017

Thank you Adam. your lessons help me a lot.

Saturday, May 20th 2017

I dream everynight to be a Canadian citizen 🙌

Sunday, May 21st 2017

Thanks a lot, Adam. All your videos are excellent. I got 7 of 10. I confused over/ above when we talk about a reference point. I watched the video again. Finally, I understood it, I must use over when I talk about some number, on the another hand, I must use above when I talk about a reference point.
The mountain has over 3000 feet above sea level.

Saturday, June 3rd 2017

It is a very nice class, thank you Adam

Friday, June 9th 2017

Hello adam,
The video is wonderful i got 8 out of 10.adam would you please help in improving my writing skills??i want you to please upload a video to introduce basic structure formation for beginners.Thankyou

Monday, June 12th 2017

sentence structure for beginners

Monday, June 12th 2017

Excellent video, however, I am still confused about above and below. Any tips?

Tuesday, June 13th 2017

there is a statement sais i am over the moon means iam happy, i htough the same works with iam over the world rather than i am on the top of the world

Wednesday, June 14th 2017

Hello Adam,

Your teaching so good Thank your for your teaching. I got 5 out of 10, i am beginner, i hope i will improve my English very soon with your lesson.

Wednesday, June 14th 2017

thanks adam !

Thursday, June 22nd 2017

love it

Saturday, June 24th 2017

Hi, Adam.
I like all of your lessons.
Although I’ve gotten 8 out of 10, I hope in the future I’ll have better results.
But sometimes I’d like to hear simpler words :-))
Although perhaps this is only my problem here … :-))
Thank you

Monday, July 3rd 2017

hello sir
where we use over here and over there

Monday, July 3rd 2017

Hello sir Adam I watch your video your teaching method is very good.sir I want you to tell me that how can i get 9 CLB in ielts? please reply me .

Friday, July 7th 2017

Thank you Adam

Sunday, July 9th 2017

Thanks Adam. Your teaching is very clear so ı can understand and complete my little empties.

Tuesday, July 11th 2017
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