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    plz,can u teach me how 2 use thatswhy,


    Hi You are one of the best teacher.I am really learning.Thanks.

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      Useful tips for expressing possession. They will help us to use the language correctly.

      I liked this lesson A LOT (and the preposition “of”?).

      Bye for Now.

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    Very nice, It’s very useful.


    thank you

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    Emma, is that possible to say “today’s evening” in conversational Eglish?

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      No, should be “this evening”.

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    Thanks Emma this is my fist lesson on this web side.

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    By all means

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Despite, I did not watch video lesson I do the great job so I do appreciate my hard work, I want a help because my conjunctions are very poor or connection words I sometime confuse how I use those following connection words, for example like however, nevertheless, moreover, whereas,furthermore, meanwhile, so, of, plus many others additional words


Very good lesson.
Thank you Emma for you explication.
can’t wait for your next lesson.

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I’m an english student. I am seeking a partner for lerning by doing conversation on Skype.
My skype id : sqsiddiqui

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    Hello, Shah. I would love to help you as much as I can. I look for you on Skype.


      hi my name is Imran i need to help you for learning English please to me and how meet to you?

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I’m from Brazil and I like Engvid very much


    can we talk?? my fb is cool dewan

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Thanks Emma…
this lesson is very interesting, so I can write the right sentences next time…But I have one question that I want to ask for you…
In example you write:
A number of people study English…
Why do you use “people” word not “peoples” as plural word…
Does “people” word have the same word in single and plural word. Please help me…I stil confused about it…


    My friend, “people” has the same word as much single as plural. Good bye


    People is the plural of person.


    u r fucking stupid idiot



      Is not really nice to use Word ( F )
      Or any other profound language, please.
      Thank you

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      Vasia krasava


      Why this stupid post is not deleted? The engvid moderator is deeply asleep.

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    well, i think you should read again about plural nouns…with your student. memalukan indonesia saja…!!


thanks for the lesson, its very useful. could you please, teacher Emma, perform a similar video dealing with “off”?
Thank you again

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I very much thank you.You dedicated yourself to make us understand the lesson that lacks elucidating “kinds of deteminers”after of.


Hi Emma. Thanks for this lesson,I had a terrible problem with of preposition in English. I hope you make a lesson for all prepositions in English.

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    my problems with (of)


    same case is with me,?


hi emmma I always tell my friends you’re one of the best english teachers. greetings

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Amazing class dear teacher, thanks a lot.

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Thanks Emma,
Very good lesson,now I have no doubt about of. I scored 7/7 correctly.
can’t wait to learn the next topic.


thank u Emma

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Teacher Emma, your 10 minutes English lesson is a great help for ESL learners like me.

A lot of thanks to teacher Emma.

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Hello Emma! Thank you for lesson! And should I say today‘s video or video of today? Thanks for answer, you‘re realy best english teacher!


Thanks Emma for your lesson…:)
But I want to ask you a question…
In example, you write:
A number of people study English
Why did you use “people” word not “peoples” as plural word…?
Does “people” word have the same word in single and plural word…?
Please help me…I’m still confused about this word…

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    dumbest question on the forum


      come on! There is always NO DUMB question! I didn’t pay much attention to this question before. But i am clear after ekobudis talked about it.

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    For most words in English, we add an s to make them plural. For example, dog becomes dogs. There are some exceptions to this rule. People is one of the exceptions.

    singular = person
    plural = people

    I saw a person near my house last night (only 1). I saw people near my house last night (2 or more).

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      thanks dear Emma, it was really helpful lesson,

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      hello ema,thank u alot for ur teaching but i don’t understand almost all on yor quiz? why that is false? maybe its mean be a specific group of student so we can put almost all of the students?

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    Wow, this is a really great question which I never knew before. and thanks for answering Emma. you are one of my favorite English teachers! Cheers! :)

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Thank you Emma, this lesson is very much useful.


thank you Good job

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great work, thanks:-)


Nice job, Emma! :)


thank you for all your help!

emma I’ve one question?

what are differences

lots of and
lot of

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    ‘Lot of’ is incorrect. We can say that we have lots of food. We can’t say that we have lot of food.

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      Thanks a lot emma


      The right thing there would be “a lot of food” or “lots of food”.Because we should include the article “a” before the word “lot” in singular.Is it correct?

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        We can either use ‘lots of’ or ‘a lot of’. Keep an eye out for the video I’ve made on this subject. It should be posted soon.

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      Teacher Emma;
      would you mind explaning “that clause” in that case I will be able to accomplish the my nightmare ?

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thanks emma.


thank you very much !!! Your lessons are really very helpful !!!

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Thanks Emma, Sometimes I think that is easy , but when I try of complite the quiz is necesary reviuw some topic

Thanks Emma you are better teacher


hi Emma I’m Hessah
I’m 20 years old from KSA
I’m a Muslim
and I love you
you teach me a lot
your smile is so white I mean by white that your heart is white you don’t hide something bad in your heart I love you Emma please say you love me too as a sister
I love from my heart
and I waiting for your comment

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    Hi!dear Hessah
    I like to be friend with you!if you like start this nice event,then :mail me!i will waiting for your answer???
    i`m a Muslim
    i love your smile and your face


    Don’t forget hessah20 we are here to learn.

    Emma is our respected teacher, not a sister or a lover.
    I guess she has a respected husband and kids.
    please play away from this educational site.

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She is a good teacher but for me she could to speak a litlle slow. Sorry my bad English and thanks this class.

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thank you very much Emma, You’re a good teacher for me.God bless you..


hello! Teacher Emma, please teach me how to use for,and in.thanks a lot…


Hi, Emma
There’s a thing that I don’t understand. You say ‘of the’ is used with things and objects that are not alive. Most of your lessons begin with ‘Hi there, my name’s _____ and in today’s lesson we’re gonna talk about….’. Today is not alive, I don’t understand…


    Great question Ruben! We usually use ‘s with today, yesterday, tomorrow, etc.

    As you probably know, in English there are always exceptions to rules. When showing possession, using ‘s or ‘of the’ are both grammatically correct. This lesson looked at the situations where ‘s was more common than ‘of the’. Again, there are always exceptions to these rules.

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      hi Emma why you don’t talk to me ?
      do you hate me ?
      what Emma I love you

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        مرحبا، يا حبيبتي
        أنا ابتسامة جميلة
        أحب إذا كنت تريد ..
        إذا كنت تفضل


          Please, be more respectful with your teacher.
          All of us are here to learn, only to learn, I GUESS YOU’VE UNDERSTOOD ME.

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        Hi Hessah,

        I don’t hate you! I appreciate your comments. Thank you for watching our videos. I hope you find them helpful!

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          thanks Emma
          I wish you were my real teacher in school !

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        Hassan , it would be nice if you respect the picture of the kabah ,and behave
        Nicely. I’m not trying to prorate you as a bad person, but I like to see you acting nicely , because your are an ambassador for your faith, thank you

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      Thank you very much!
      I estated studying English “seriously” four months ago, and the best material I’ve found is yours. The content is very good, it’s wonderful to listen to you for a few minutes. The best thing for me (and for my English level) is your language. Typical English lessons from others webs are very simply, and films are too difficult for me. Your level and your way of speaking is just I need. Thank you!!!!


        Thanks Ruben and everyone else who has left comments. I find them very helpful.

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Hi Emma ,

first of all thanks so much as your nice teaching and i love so much your teaching , your speaking,

just i want to have your advice regarding writing and spieling of my English improve ” how cant i improve my Spieling and writing ,

thanks and i am withing for your comment .


A really great lesson. Thanks a lot!!


hi there, most of us love the way u teach english. you r so kind Emma. come back soon 4 another free lesson please.

Efrain Dominguez

emma i think the sentence ‘lots of animal live in the zoo’ is wrong there should be word ‘animal’ instead of ‘animals’ because there is ‘lots’ and i have learnt in a grammar book that when we use lots then we do not use plural form.


    When we use ‘lots of’ or ‘a lot of’ the noun that follows is in the plural form if it is a countable noun.

    Eg, There were a lot of animals in the zoo.

    Animal is a countable noun. So we pluralize it with ‘a lot of’. For uncountable nouns like furniture, we don’t pluralize the noun.

    Eg) I have a lot of furniture.

    We have videos on countable and uncountable nouns on the site. I recommend watching them. Here is the link.


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all of this video are good but SOUND IS COMING BEFORE ACTION. Sound is coming first, lip movement coming next. Please overcome this problem


all is nice but SOUND COMING BEFORE ACTION. Sound is coming first, lip movement coming next. Please overcome that problem. Its nice


it was amazing lesson ,,, i love it, you are marvelous teacher keep it up


it was amazing lesson


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Thanks Emma! This lesson will help me improve my English!


Your lessons are really interesting. I didn’t know the specific of these words. Now I’m aware of it. Thanks))


thanks emma.:)

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This lesson was really helpfull :) now I feel more confident with using this preposition. thank you :)

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Thanks a lot . Your lessons are excellent.


good explanation!!!


I just found this website and it looks exactly what I’m needing. There’s a lot of details to learn. Good lesson, thanks.

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dear teachers

i’ve been watching this webtite four or five months no so long I’m reelly appreciating for you so I just want know little formation about class schodule because I’ll want watch every video I don’t want miss any so can you tell me how many days between fars video and second video also how many days should I study this class

Thanks all of you guys I love you


Thanks very much you help me a lot .


thank you for the lesson

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Thank you very much for your crystal clear teaching activities regarding the preposition Of

naren prasai

Naren prasai

could you give your video class for stress

Naren prasai

Can you add a topic or a lesson about curriculum vitae in english ?

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I not only learned the use of “of” but also its pronunciation. I used to pronounce it more like “off”.


Thank you Emma for this lesson , please could you make a lesson about contrasting ideas ( although , despite of , neverthless …. )


Thank you I’m appreciate your helping to improve our English.
i saw a lot of students love you.

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Emma your lesson is very useful for English learner

Great job Emma


its really great job.


Dear EMMA, I haven’t seen and read as like this lesson, Thank you


Thanks Emma, highly interesting lesson

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thanks. It is very informative lecture !

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Thank you about the lesson I have learn a lots from you

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Hi, Emma thank you for the lesson. It was excellent. I have a question I want you to solve: If I say, “all my friends are lazy”. Is it coorect?


    It’s correct! I hope it’s not true. :)

    The ‘of’ is only really necessary with pronouns (eg, us, you, him, her, it, them)

    Here are some examples:

    1) All of us should visit the school. (Pronoun ‘us’ = all of)

    2) I need to eat all of them. (Pronoun ‘them’ = all of)

    Hope that helps!

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Emma, you are a great teacher. I like you a lot. Uaau? What this a lot means? Is this quantity?


    Hi Crebio,

    ‘A lot’ means a great extent or a large quantity. It’s the opposite of ‘a little’. It can be both a noun and an adverb.

    In the sentence, ‘I like you a lot’, a lot is the adverb. It describes the verb and means you especially like me.

    Here are some other examples of ‘a lot’ as an adverb.

    I read a lot. = I read often and/ or I read a large quantity.

    I swim a lot. = I swim often.

    I eat a lot. = I eat a large quantity and/ or I eat often.

    Let me know if you have any more questions.

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you are awesome,good job and knock’m dead :)) I scored 7 out of 7,best regards ,I thank you from Azerbaijan! )

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    Well done!

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Hi Emma, i saw your lesson about possession with OF, it was very helpfully and thanks, but I still have a question that is for example: how do say a phrase like this one: “A mug of beer” or “A beer mug” What is the right way? Is not possession and is not quantity, in this case the mug has beer inside. Other example is: “a soup plate” or “a plate of soup”

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    Hi cabaaso,

    This is an excellent question. Let me use the idea of a teacup and a cup of tea to explain the difference. When we talk about teacups, we are talking about a type of cup. ‘Teacup’ is a noun. I have teacups, but I don’t always fill them with tea. Sometimes I drink milk from them, and sometimes I use them as decoration. However, if I have a cup of tea, I have a cup and it is filled with tea. This means that I have both the cup and the tea in it to drink.

    Here are some more examples:

    1) A soup plate = noun (specific type of plate used specifically for serving soup) eg. For Christmas, I bought my mother a soup plate. She loved it.

    2) A plate of soup = there is a plate with soup in it eg. The dog knocked over the plate of soup. What a mess!

    3) A beer bottle = noun (specific type of bottle) eg. I need to recycle the empty beer bottles.

    4) A bottle of beer = there is a bottle with beer in it eg. Would you like a bottle of beer or a pint?

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Thanks a lot


i have one story one month ago,i went to the botcher,i asked him to give me 4 chicken’s legs, but i said why i can’t tel him i need 4 legs of chicken,
now i have a answer,thank u very much Emma,u tech very well


Hi, Emma. we can also use ‘ for ‘ with lots of meanings not only those that you told in that video !

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I made so many mistake about of and ‘s ,now I got it .THANK YOU SO MUCH.


Thanks a lot Emma. Could you please upload a video for “OFF”


Hi Emma i have to ask a question as you told that we can’t use ‘lot of’ but can we use ‘a lot of’?

Harsh singh

    Hi Harsh singh,

    Thanks for your question.

    ‘A lot of’ is fine to use (eg, I have a lot of books). ‘Lots of’ is also correct.

    I have an upcoming video on this subject. It will probably be up in the coming month, so be on the lookout for it.

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Thank you very much Emma,I like your lessons.


hello teacher emma i’m daniel, i am from Pereira, Colombia and i like watch your teaching videos and i want to know if you can make a video with more prepositions like when i have to use the prepositions: by and for, and if you found some mistake i ask you apologize because i am start to laern english in a serious way i hope you understand me thanks a lot from Pereira, Colombia

daniel sierra

thank u so much Emma,ur lessions are excellent

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Your teaching and your tests are awesome!. Thank you


Thank you very much for your lessons, really helpfull.
I think there is maybe a mistake in the quiz, wich is:
“‘a’ is the preferable sentence” or
“‘b’ is the preferable sentence”
actually there is no letters to make diffrence between the first and secound answer, only numbers 1 and 2.
Thanks to correst me about the way i used to describe it, iam learning english by myself.


Very nice my dear teacher “Emma” , please rid of my preposition confusion I always face difficulty while using AT,IN and ON” .. please please conduct the class for me for clearing the confusion, I am waiting your pleasant reply.
Once again bundle of thanks for spreading the quality education…

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Thank you very much teacher.. you’re a great teacher.


I’d like to take private lessons.
Is this possible?
Thanks a lot for your videos.


    Hi Victor,

    I don’t do private lessons, but thank you for your comments!

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Thank your very much for this class, very helphuf.


thanks a lot,i love this web site,


i lke it


Hi. Emma, I went through your lesson, it’s good. Thank you very much. can you try to give some more lively exmaples.




    thank you for every thing(about of)you are a good teacher.ı want to ask a guestions.my guestions:in the a piece of; a bar of…why we use of ın this frozens ? please Reply to this question teacher emme:D

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Hello, Emma. I have a qestion. Should I write “people‘s“ or “people‘“ if I want to say that people own something? Create , please a lesson for me about few- some-any. One more question if you are not against: how can I make my vocabulary better?


    Hi Milly,

    Use an ‘s, eg. People’s rights include freedom of expression.

    In terms of your question on vocabulary, make a goal to learn five new words a day. Try to write two sentences for each word you learn, and review the words often.
    I will have more videos on vocabulary soon, so stay tuned.

    Thanks for the lesson suggestion!

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      Thank you, Emma, your answer is realy helpful! You are the best teacher, realy!

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Hey Emma! I have a question. Don’t we have to use ” a great deal of” with uncountable nouns?

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    Hi Mockingjay,

    You’re right! Thank you for catching that. ‘A great deal of’ is an expression used with uncountable nouns.

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an excelente class,
I have a question,
I could say as the first sentence and second

All of my restaurants receive rich people
or All of my parents make a lot of my

That last frase you wrote
All of my friends
I wanted to know if I could substitute the first and the second
instead of I write “” of the “”
I would say, “” Of my”
I wait your answer,


    Hi Adriano,

    Thank you for your question.

    You can use either ‘of the’ or ‘of my’ depending on your meaning.

    For people and animals who have a relationship with you, (eg, friends, teachers, family, pets) or for things that you own, use ‘all of my’, eg. all of my friends, all of my teachers, all of my shirts.

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correcting the second frase
All of my parents make a lot of money.


    If you have two parents or are talking about two things, use ‘both’ instead of ‘all’.

    Both of my parents make a lot of money.

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nice way to express


it is a superb lesson. i really appreciate for that, i have one question that using “of” why we do not need “s” A lot of but why we add ‘s’ for example “Lots of”


    Hi Victor,

    Great question! I don’t quite know the answer to that, but my guess is it just has to do with the history of the language. There may not be a logical reason.

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thank u emma but i understand little enlish grammer my english is very week please help me emma

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thanks I really benefited from this lesson


Hi emma,how are you doing? I would like to ask a favour,could you upload a video regarding “what tense to use when talking about past experiences” as well as “how to talk about the past” it correct to use past tense to talk about the past,but i’ve seen people use present tense for the past,im pretty confused,i’d appreciate it if you could help me out, :) btw ur hot


That’s a great help.Thanks

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i always wanted to learn this difference!
thank you


wow! really i am lucky and i am very thankful to u


Very interesting! I anderstood now the correct use of the preposition “of”

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wow! good lesson teacher Emma thnks


Thank you,Emma! It was very clear!


Dear Emma, Could You think of making a video about propper usage of ‘a’ and ‘the’. Many times during writing texts in English I have problem with this. As far as I know a lot of other foreign speakers have a problem with it too. It’s just because we don’t have such thing in our languages. Please. It would be very helpful.


this helps me a lot. thank you!


Thanks ms. emma. I got perfect score. Nice lesson.


hi there,

thank you very much for this class. I wonder if you can explain to me about adjectives and adverbs.


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I made a big mistake ;(

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Thank you very much for the useful lesson for us. ^^

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Thank you Emma :)


Thank you Emma.your lesson is very helpful and useful
best regards.


Thank you Emma! That helps a lot!


thank you very much teacher,but I would like to ask about Velan there is no any new lesson for her ,does she leave engvid group?


Dose valen leave the engvid group?


Dear Emma thank you so much,
but please make on example for group,organization, and country, and also explain that country is not alive thing and you said that we use ‘s for alive things.
Best Regards

sher Bahader

hureiiiiiii i got ful Marks


Hi teacher~
Which sentence is better?
1. Canada’s biggest cities are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.
2. The biggest cities of Canada are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.
1 – For countries, we prefer using ‘s.
2 – For countries, we prefer using ‘of the’.

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    Hi martinchen,

    When talking about countries, it’s better to use ‘s, so the first example is the preferable one.

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Dear Emma,

I have just watched your lesson, but now I am on two minds about the using of “a great deal of”. In my grammar book written by L.G Alexander and pressed by Longman,the phrase only use for uncountable nouns, but in your lesson you used it with “Students” – a countable noun. So please!give me a bit more about how to use ” a great deal of ” exactly!


    Hi Hieu,

    Thanks for catching this mistake. “A great deal of” is used with uncountable nouns. Sorry for the confusion.

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      Thanks a lot Mrs. Emma for your breave in admission.
      You are have a great personality.

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thanks emma i am very glad to see your lesson

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Very very interesting lesson,


Hi Emma, I’d like to ask why there’s no “to” after the word “help” in sentences like: “He helped me do it.”, etc. Is there a specific rule about it? I asked a couple of my American friends and they don’t seem to know why it’s like that either. Thanks for your help!

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Hi guys,
thank you for your great job, i have problem to use the prepositions and conjunctions in correct usage, i want ask how I can practice and learn this point.

best regards

Mohammad Issa

great work done by u people.. thanks a lot.. u made grammar so easy and understandable..

ibne ali

Thanks nice lesson

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Hi guys, I like such lessons very much. And I’d like to listen to native speakers’ speech until death. I’m sorry, I just have a black humor :) I’m writing here to find people who want to study english the way I do, and who want to improve accent and to help me :) Please, won’t be against of this great idea. You can find me in Skype, my username is yaroslav_kyrkin . I’d like to see you at my list :)

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This is a very good lession. I need a another full lession on ‘to’.

somnath das

i got 7 out of 7.but i’m still confused in using ‘of’ with many,both,a few,a little,one,two,some,any…please Emma help me..it’s very important for me.


my another question WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS.here the word world is not a person,not a country,not an animal…..but how we use WORLD’S?


    Hi Sunny,

    Thank you for posting this. ‘World’ is another example of when it is better to use ‘s.

    Here is the updated list for ‘s:

    Person, group of people, organization, country, animal, time (eg, today’s date, yesterday’s news), and world (eg, the world’s ugliest dog).

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Hello dear Emma.
Thanks a lot for your great lesson. Please talk about “wish and regret” in English and their structure.

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Thanks Emma! This lesson is very useful. (Sidney – Brazil)

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Thanks alot teacher …
i am from Jordan .

Akram z

hello maam ……….
i have a question…….
1.To me it appears anthrapology is the more intersting of all the subject.
2.The commitee could not come to a final conclusion.
what is wrong in these two sentences…..please help maam.

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Thanks very much Emma

Please make one class on the use of ‘since’ and ‘for’ also. Please will you make one?


I got a correct answers for all questions. thank you!


Hey,Emma! I would like you to know that since the beginning I found you great, congrats!


Thank so much.

Huynh Đặng

Thank you a lot! Your explanation is very clear.


very interesting lesson.
great job, Emma.
we are ansiosly wait for your next lesson.

Thank you a lot.

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    very interesting lesson.
    great job, Emma.
    we are ansiosly waiting for your next lesson.

    Thank you a lot

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Think you lots


Hi Emma, thank you for this lesson, it and the others one, are a better way to study english.

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Hi Emma
thank you so much for your help.I greatly appreciate your efforts.

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thanks my dear, lovely and respectable teacher “Emma”

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Hi!Emma its me Taimoor i watched your lesson that was so good and your teaching style is fabulous .
i need to know some very important words i.e. whose ,whom ,who and also their uses especially .

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Thank you :)

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thank you Emma your lessons very enjoy.

amer iraq

if i says (lots of thanks to engvid)
is this sentence is write?
plz reply

Arif Anjum

thank you a lot. do you wont to work Azerbaijan


My speaking is not so strong.i want to have a friend or a partner in my Skype to speak with him,her.
My Skype; night.swagger

thanks a lot

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Thanks Emma……

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You are not only a nice teacher but also friendly and very cute :)
Thanks a lot.

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Emma, thanks a lot (of..??)


Good! Really Good! Thank you


Hi, Emma. I have a question. The sixth quiz ‘Plenty of children play sports’. When we talking about a specific group, we use ‘of the’, but there is just ‘of’ in the sentence, not ‘of the’. Why? Why the sentence is not like this ‘Plenty of the children play sports’?

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what preposition is use before…….the tea cup


Thanks for your help with English, Amma! It is a nice and helpful class. I have a question and hope you answer me soon.
In this sentence ” It looks like Apple’s. but at that price, it is a knockoff.” Can you explain me the way of using “s” in the word ” Apple’s”.

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Dear mam
at starting of explanation of dog and chair example you raised a question which was “whose leg’s of it?” and u answered it.
did u say “it’s chair’s leg”? or it’s my listening mistake? if you said “it’s chair’s leg” then chair is a object.then how can use ‘s.please explain me.

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thanks a lot!

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i love your smile.

lin siew ong

Thanks Emma.

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Emma, thank you for the useful lesson.

0 In the university I had a lot of friends. Unfortunately, just a few of them my friends at the moment.
0 Sister’s size foot the same to mine.


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Hi Emma,
This lesson has been rather hard!
Thanks so much for explanations!

Kind regards,

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Hi. Emma. this lesson is important all of students. many of students sometimes write wrong setninger.


Great lesson thanks….


Hi, Emma
The example sentence: Plenty of children play sports. I know this expmple is to show the use of “of”, but “plenty of ” need to use with countable nouns, right?

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Thanks all teachers to help us


Thanks Teacher Emma, I have learned a lot of things

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so beautiful lesson, many thanks


Many thanks, so good lesson


hi …m new here ..bt have been watching all the videos of engVid for 1 yr

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Hi Emma, you are inspirator teacher. Very good the material delivery

Muh Basir Cyio

Hi Emma I appreciate you a lot bless God.
Really I find myself have very benefit of this website ENGVID.com. I like Canada and Canadian people.

Ali Murad

Another great video. Thanks.

English is my native language, and I have been a technical writer more than 10 years. I sometimes still question the prepositions. I am now getting back into writing. I’m a native English speaker and these videos are still extremely helpful.



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Hi Emma, This is my first time i visit here. I found so many entertaining stuff in your blog, especially its discussion.


Emma “a couple’ is singular because is only one couple.Why do you use ‘were’?.Thank you.

Carlos Mitjans

Thanks Teacher Emma <3

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Thanks a lot, dear Teacher! I wouldn’t know it if not for you.

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Great Class Emma, but I have a question, May I say : Almost all friends of mine are kind insted of Almost all of my friends are kind, as showed in this class ??

Thks in advance,


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Dear Emma, many thanks for this tutorial on “of”. Sometimes I read that people use a phase like “noun of adj”. Here is one example. “The public have become the recipients of a plethora of hedonistic, high profile buildings for culture and leisure that have been stimulated by Lottery funding and the perceived need to mark the millennium.” Could you explain this?

Peter Gao

thank you Emma.i would like to be your friend.




Hi my great teacher Emma
Im very happy because your lesson was so helpful
I was very confused about the preposition (of) but I have a small question and it is another topic. when I say
The dog’s leg is broken that means one dog leg is broken
but when I say or write
the dogs'( leg / legs) is/are broken…… what does that mean
I hope that you get my point
pleas answer me as soon as possible
thanks my wonderful teacher

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Dear EMMA:Week Books or Books of the Week???-Thank youfor ALL you´re doing for us.You´re OK as a teacher But what I really admire4 at you,is your steadiness & hardness to answering our questions!!-Thanks a lot for that!.-Ricardo from AZUL.Argentina.-

ricardo torlasco

Emma you are the best teacher thanks


How about the rest?
many both and others?

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Teacher.God Bless you! i am learning a lot with yours classes.

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Thanks for your lesson.Emma, your teaching is very good.


please Emma we say lessons of english or english lessons


so we say english lessons or lessons of english

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I always have some difficult to learn this. Now it’s very clear to me.

Thanks Teacher! Appreciate.


Thank you Emma. I have passed the quiz with 100%.

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very good thanks for that




Very useful, and worth learning.





thank Q So much Emma …:)

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Thank you

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Thank for this lesson. When to use the preposition ”up”

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I thought that we cannot use article “the” with plural nouns but used. you said ” All of the students hate math”. Is this correct or it should be “All of Students hate math”?


First of all, thanks for this beloved effort.I will try to implment what I learned from you and I will be pleased if you managed to correct me:
– My father’s job is a great one
– The shape of this building is fascinating

– The neighbor of my house is so cute
– Many people in Egypt have a brown skin


You got 4 correct out of 7 ….. :(

not bad .. I didn’t watch the video ..

Downloading …. !!!

Thank u Very Much Teacher …. :) :)

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Indeed , your way of teaching is very convincing and interesting . but I would be grateful if you could explain some of connectors like despite or inspite of or with all , notwithstanding , or if


Thank you very much miss Emma, it was very useful your class.
Best regards, Javier.

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Good lesson for me. Thank you :)


thank you very much …


Dear Emma , it is my first time here I confused how can I start ? please if you can help me to begin my first step

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Thank Emma, good class..


Today i learned tht how does effect prepositions in a sentences.

Thanks Emma


Thanks! =)

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Very helpful lesson. I have learned new uses of prep.
Your efforts are highly appreciated.
Thank you.

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hi emma i cant understand preposition of time [in and during] can you explain it for me please


Thank you Emmma.

Li Ra

thanks a lot for your great effort i have aquestion why is british english is easier in understanding than ammerican one ?

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    Some people find it easier to understand American English, too. It probably depends on what English you’ve been exposed to already.

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This lesson is so good.Emma..Thanks…

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thank you


Emma thank you one more time. Tell me please, why do you say [often] instead of [ofen]? At school we were tought to pronounce “ofen” (without “t”)


hi,miss emma,the reason why I am writing you is because I would like to know why when people use the verb to clean they add the preposition out? for example: my sister had to clean the house out. why it is used (out) if you can say only clean.this happends with many others verbs and prepositions even with away.so what I mean is why I have to use (out) or( away) if the verbs without the prepositions mean the same. please help me and tell me how good is my writing


Hello Emma, I have a question. Is it correct to say for example: “my brother’s wife’s car”?
Thanks :)


The problem many is that British pronunciation does not look like the U.S. or Canadian


Hello Mrs. Emma,

I got 7 of 7.

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hi to all.
sometimes Quiz not correctly save ansvers.
have someone samae problem?

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Hi Emma. Please tell me what part of speech ‘Almost’ is in this sentence: “Your handwriting is almost illegible.” A tutor listed it as a preposition and I am confused…


Thanks teacher Emma! “Of the & ‘s have help me a lot on how to use it properly and correctly. Great job! I need a little more practice on this lesson. May god give you more wisdom & strenght to teach us.

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Thanks Emma, could you teach me use of “do and does”

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Hello Mam,I just saw this video & have one question.
Which one right ?
Main door of the school or main door to the school.
Thank you

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Now I know to use possession in english. Before i’ve had much doubt with apostrophe ‘s


” He is of blue blood.”
In above sentence, I can see why we have to the word ‘of’ before blue blood.

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” It is of importance.”

In above sentence, I can’t see the meaning of the word ‘ of ‘.

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Hi, Emma. I have a question, or a doubt. “I have got a photos of Lisbon” or “I have got a photos from Lisbon”. In this case, there are two examples, the first one with preposition of and the second one with preposition from. … tell me what option is the best.

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thanks but
do sentences need prepersition


im waiting for an answer


    I’m trying to figure out what you’re asking! What did you want to know about sentences and prepositions?

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      1) ” He is of blue blood.”
      In above sentence, I cannot see why we have to put the word ‘of’ before blue blood.
      2) ” It is of importance.”

      In above sentence, I can’t see why we have to put the word ‘of’ before importance.

      I am very confused.
      I am looking forwards your answers.

      Thank you!

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Thanks teacher Emma


usage of word ‘of’ and ‘off’


I’m learning more and more. Thanks a lot


very useful :)

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Emma is a good person, she is always smiling …

Thanks for all your teachings


Emma, I’m brazilian and I’ve been studying English with you and I’ve been loving your classes. I’ve liked so much this class. Thanks!


I am Zarghona Yusuf Azizi

zarghona yusuf azizi

thank you so much EMMA you’re very good teacher and pretty thank you allof emma

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Hi teacher , how are you?
It is really useful lesson. Thanks a lot.
I want to ask you about the rest of the quantity words under the line in the bored . I mean ( many,much, one, both, a little …. etc)
What is the rule for them?

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thank you teach giving sucha good lessoner…thanks a lot for


HI Teacher,

This video is very useful to me to understand how to use preposition OF’ in the same way, could you explain prepositions ‘FOR’ ‘TO’ and ‘WITH’, please?
It would be great if you incorproate all possible usages of each preposition.

Thanks for the video.
Suresh Babu

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very good.
Thank you very much.

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hi emma !! i had watch your video of ielts task 1 which was very helpful to me, but i need to learn more about ielts prepartion of task of all these writing , speaking and listening could you please upload more videos of it , i had comment you but i think i would get in comment box please help me on ielts learning thing i’m very weak in ielts will be thank ful to you..

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thank you!

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Thanks for your clarifications and also for your permanent smile,which shows that you like what you are doing. Please,when do native speakers use KIND OF…/SORT OF…? What do they mean?


thanks Emma

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Emma your English Teaching is excellent! Please teach us about reporting speech and active voice and passive voice with good examples


Hi Emma,
Thank you so much for your lesson. I have one question. That is at the end of the video, you mentioned about the difference when using or not using “OF” after All/Most/ Almost all but i can not find out how about the rest (Many – much -both – several etc )there is not explain? Please give me some more about these. Thanks you and best regards

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your teaching excellent.


Hi, I am Islam from Azerbaijan. I want to speak with friends at skype for improoving my speaking. I have study economics in english, but for 3 years I have not use english. It is important for me for find a good job. Please help me. at skype my name is gentleman8920.

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this quize i have a got a 2 out of 7.
this is very difficult lesson.
i hope i will understand this lesson.
how should study english idiomes.


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Hi emma great lesson,kindly i need preposition with adj.

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Hii am an english student and i would like to learn it by speaking to english speakers to practice it more.. may anyone accept me to talk on skype ?!!

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Hello, Emma. Is this sentence below wrong?
“resurrection of Jesus Christ”
Should I write “Jesus Christ’s resurrection”?


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Thank you for your lesson. These words “of” and “‘s” have made me confuse to use for a long time. It’s very clear now. Thanks again,Emma.

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hi Emma. thanks for this great lesson. it is very very interesting. but i want to know why Canada’s biggest cities are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, not The biggest cities of Canada are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal?

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In this case I did only one wrong.

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Hi Emma,

It’s lovely to watch this video. Actually, I was confused these structure, and now it’s clear.
And could you please teach us this one: which situation we use “ADJ + NOUN” and which case we use “NOUN + NOUN” to creat other NOUN?

I am look forward to watch your next video.

Thanks a million



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Hello Emma!
Thank you for your lesson, it’s very clear now. :)

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Thank you Emma..

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This lesson was very important to me. It clarified issues I had about this subject. Thanks Emma!

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Thanks a lot Emma for this interesting lesson.

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Thanks Emma, very good lesson..

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you are the best teacher thanks so much!

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Thanks a lot, Dear Emma!
Despite your lesson is perfect, I still have some problems with of, I’m afraid. Could you help to solve them, please?
1. Question 4 of the quiz: “For countries, we prefer using ‘s”. And how about The United States of America, People’s Republic of China, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?
2. Thanks a lot. Why not “A lot of thanks”?
Thanks again.

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All of your lessons are simply wonderful. You are great Emma! I like seeing you every time.
Thanks a lot.

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hi, Emma.
i have a question about the sentence at 5:26 in this video.”A great deal of students hate exams.”
my teacher told me that we should use uncountable word behind the “a great deal of”. Does she wrong?

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Hi Emma I really want to thank you for your great lessons since I started to watch you I had improved my English and increased my knowledge in grammer and vocabulary ♥ actually Iam studing in English language college so Iam going to be a teacher I hope to be great just like you .. I want ask you About vocabulary ..
I often love to learn new words. I memorize them but at some situations when I need to use them I forget how to write it or what it means althought I study them well , to be more specific I have a problem in talking I cant collect my thoughts during conversations :(

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    Hi, Nadia, I live at Mexico city. You and I have the same problems!, We have a good vocabulary but our speech is very slow, We need practice it more and more, Could you accept a interview at skype with me?, Practice is the best way of improve our language, what´s your opinion?.

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Am I a lucky man with your quizes? Now I obtained 100 wow!. Nooooooooooooo, You are the best teacher, I have the intention of some day learn english to my people, then, I will copy your technics. I am very happy with you dear Emma.

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A lot students study overseas
why’s this sentence incorrect? can you explain it?

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Thank YoU teacher Emma… I got 7 out of 7…

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Thanks ,madam , I really love to attend watch your calls, because your have taken such understandable easy manner .

Once again my thanks for your lesson.

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Thanks a lot.

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Almost all of the videos of Engvid are great.All of the teachers are awesome.

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Great video!

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Thanks a lot, Ms Emma! Good lesson!

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12 hollywood movies a day plus 1 hour engvid lesson makes my life complete even without a girlfriend , I’m totally SATISFIED …. TNX AND MORE POWER!

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I watch this lesson and find it very helpful and funny. Now I know when I must use “of the”, when “‘s” and when preposition “of” is optional. Thank you Emma, your lessons always are very good :)

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Thanks got 71%.

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Hi Emma, Please I have a question!

Almost all needs ‘of the’ when we are talking about a specific group. It does not need ‘of the’ when we are talking about a general group.

For example:
1. Almost all students studied hard.
2. Almost all of the president studied hard.

It that right Emma ? student is a normal group name and president is a special group name. Please Thanks

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Hi Emma. Absolutely clear as usual for you. Many thanks! I’ll be waiting for your next lesson.

Take care

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Emma you are the best !
Thank you.

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thanks i got 7 correct out of 7

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Thanks,Emma.This subject make me know how to use “of” and “‘s”.

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Thanks a lot Emma

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Thank you very much indeed Emma
This is one of the my question in English
i have one question
when we can use (as) in the sentences?

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Thanks..Emma..I got 100%.

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Dear Professor Emma,
It is a great pleasure to be your student.
Having in mind all additions which are in the comments and lack of examples for one of group of expressions, I would appreciate if you continue this grammatical subject.
Thank you in advance.
It seems to be an easy subject – elemantary grammar, in fact it is not.

Yours sincerely student,

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Got perfect score 10/10 yay!!! Ty teacher Emma :)

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Thanks Emma

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Thank you Emma! Another very useful class!

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Thanks Emma, Can I ask a question?

What’s the difference between “all of students” and “all of the student”. In your lecture, most of the example sentences with “of” mean specific objects, so they also used with “the”. However, in the quiz No.5, the correct answer is “A lot of students study abroad.” I thought the sentence would be “A lot students..” OR “A lot of the students..”.
I think I’m confused OF with OF THE.
I’m looking forward getting your answer, please.
Thanks always.

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Emma, I watched the lesson again and I understood most of them. So, I want to change my question a little bit. Sadly, I’m might not allowed to edit my formal question, so, Here it is.

I’m confused using of only “OF” with “OF THE”.
For example,
1. Many dogs are cute.–> general
2. Many of dogs are cute.—> ?
3. Many of the dogs are cute. —> specific.
Are these three sentences correct?
Is No.2 general meaning or specific?

I’m looking forward your answer. Thanks again.

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    verify articals. then it will easy.

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Dear Emma,
The president of England (Does it correct? & Why)

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Hi Emma,

Can we use countable nouns after ‘a great deal of? I think we do not do this

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it was really helpful


it was very useful for me thank you.

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4 right answers this time

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You are great teacher Emma I love you

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Thanks Teacher Emma! It’s a great help. I’ll share it to my students.

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Hi Emma, thx for the lesson.

A question: how to avoid repeating “of … of … ” in a sentence. For example:
– The color of the roof of the central building of the village is red.

Any suggestions?

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Thx a lot on this lecture and others………..really i thank u and all ur mates ………

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Hi Emma thanks for your excellent lesson what you highlighted on above lecture.

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thanks emma. but I have confused on these fallowing sentences….
dead man’s chest
chest of a dead man.

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In Japanese, we translate “of” into “no (pronunciation)” in most cases. So I am confused the difference anytime.
Therefore today’s lesson was very useful.
I got 10 out of 10 ! “Yatta!”(I did it!)
Thank you Emma!

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I really enjoy this page, thanks Emma!

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Emma was a spuerheroes fan!! XD

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Hello Emma
sometimes I saw in TV a topic of a movie which is called “TODAY’S YOUTH”
is it right to use (‘s) with time?
please please please please reply
Actually I don’t know why some of engvid’s teachers don’t reply when I post a question

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Tanks Emma

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Thank you so much.

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Thanks ! :-)

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Thank you

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Thanks Emma!

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Thanks Emma. I watch all of the Video’s on engvid.com and also i like almost all of the teachers on engvid.com.
Take care you too.

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Thank you, Emma. It is very interesting lesson.

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guyz i want to improve my english,Cool Dewan is my facebook id,contect me, lets begin with the voice call then we may improve english,nd will get telant to speak in frnt of world…..
nd thnkx Engvid Workers,,,,,,how can we contect with teachers?

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EMMA, I have a question, which one is right, “competition of english or english competition”. I find these sentences many times in my collage.

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thank you so lot! emma said” all most” use in case is general! why do you sentence like that incorrect?
all most students study oversea

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I got 7 of 7 thanks Emma

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Thank you Emma you are a very good teacher and i understand all your language.

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I got 6 of 7 but it needs to practice a lot

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hi mam i like your class mam. iam doing medical transcription job…please help me for spoken english

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Thanks a lot!!! You’ve really changed my life… I’ve always had this confusion . Thank you VERY VERY Much.

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thanks you :)

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How can i get a new lesson per day??

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Thank u so much 😊

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Thanks teacher. Useful.

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representation of a person (How they used it)

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I really apreciate your lesson.

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thank you for this video…

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Hi Emma , thank you very much.
Please explain preposition “for”.

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thanks emma. It is very useful to me.

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Thank you, Emma. It was a really useful video.
I need to ask: “She is one of the friends of mine!” How is this happening?

I remember this sentence from previous episodes of Arrow.

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thanks emmaa. I aalso seeking to talking friend my skype adress:sinanozel222

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haha I have got 7/7 I am really happy, thank God and thank you Emma, your lessons are pretty easy and understandable. I was wondering how to use OF, now I am managing myself safely.

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thanks. Emma.

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Please, I’d like to know if it is also correct to say “a cake of chocolate” instead of saying chocolate cake.
Thank you!

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totally awesome!

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I got 100!!

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If you ask me,aĺmost all of the engvid students know Emma is the Greatest Teacher.:D I always thank you Emma. You have Great Day.

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I got 6 question.Thanks Emma.

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I got 100 point.

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thanks, Miss Emma for nice lessons

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Thank You Emma!

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you have no idea how I love your website it’s helping me a lot thank you and keep it up!

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I think It’s not all rule. Please add all rule for this preposition.

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You are great teacher thank you

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could u please explain why is the six point is correct in this lession

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Thanks million Emma

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Thank you very much teacher Emma. My English is improving by your help . I am a Tibetan monk. I really interesting in learning English. Once again thank you

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Thanks, Emma. Good lesson.Most of my answers are correct.

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I don’t know a lot of people in Guam;even if I’ve been here long time. Thank you for your help, Emma.

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Thanks, Emma.I also have seen that “of” is used as the first word of a sentence in many cases, would you pleas help to talk about this a little bit as well?

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Almost all of the mothers loving their childen. :D
I love my son very much.

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Dear Emma,

4. Which sentence is better?
1. Canada’s biggest cities are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.
2. The biggest cities of Canada are Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.
1 – For countries, we prefer using ‘s.
2 – For countries, we prefer using ‘of the’.

I am confused above. I check the second explain, and there is no “the” before Canada, but i don’t quite understand why the second option is right

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Great lesson Emma , thank you very much

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That’s a great lesson. Emma’s lessons are often fantastic.

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hi Emma!
I love your lessons and they help me a lot. I’m 12 year old and want to come Canada on next y ears of my life. Thank you a lot!

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Thanks Emma it’s my first 10/10 I learn alone English

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You got 7 correct out of 7.
thank you

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Emma, thank you so much.

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Hi Emma, thanks a lot!!

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Thanks a lot

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thanks for the lesson it was very helpful

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thks =D

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tks Emma

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Almost all of my toys are from China.

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At first I want to thank you amd all the teachers of ENGVid Emma. My question will be about a usage of the “of” that makes me confused a lot. Here are the examples:
1- “If you paint the same face, and
set a winged rose or a rose of gold somewhere about
her, one’s thoughts are of her immortal sisters, Piety
and Jealousy, and of her mother, Ancestral Beauty, and
of her high kinsmen, the Holy Orders, whose swords
make a continual music before her face.” The “of” makes me confused in this sentence is one that was used after the verb to be, so, “one’s thoughts are of her immortal sisters”.
2-The title of this book echoes that of Roy Bhaskar, “A Realist Theory of Science,
and this immodest act is homage to an important work that gave impetus to the
movement of Critical Realism to which my work contributes.” and it’s the second example I couldn’t get the purpose of the “of” (specifically “echoes that of Roy Bhaskar”) I hope it hasn’t been too long. Thank you in advance. :)

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mam. dog is living thing so why did u wrong my selected sentence. plz reply me

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In my country, plenty of the people living in Seoul South Korea and my hometown is next to the Seoul which is across the Han liver. I miss my hometown; it has been many years I haven’t gone to my country.

Thank you Emma :)

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Hi,Emma!I so thank you about teaching me English.I was really having a hard time speaking and writing English.(especially grammer)But now,after seeing these Engvid vidios,I’m having good time with grammer.Thank you for all the English lessons!

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100 again!

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Thank you very much mam!great lesson!you are an amazing teacher.it’s really helped a lot to me.The Emma’s teacher classes are very clear and informative.

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5/7! There also have some points I haven’t got it. I will go over to learning this lesson again.

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Thank you Ms. Emma.

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What’s the meaning of deal Emma? I mean in your expression A great deal of students?

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    “A great deal of…” is an idiom that means “a lot of…” or “many”. It is a little more common in British English. So a great deal of students means many students.

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