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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.
His teacher is going to __________ his progress.

I'm going to keep ______ on you!

If you want your employees to respect you, you need to ________________.

As manager, my job is to ________________ the employees.

You can't leave the children by themselves. They need constant _____________.

George usually ___________ my work.

Companies conduct interviews to _______________ that a candidate is right for a job.

I don't trust Maria. You'd better _________________________.

Everyone in my family is so busy! It's hard to _________________ on what everyone is doing.

Have you been ___________ your progress? I think your English is really improving!

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75 Comments on “Professional English: Vocabulary for managers and supervisors (and parents!)”

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really a wonderful lesson

Friday, September 22nd 2017

i really enjoyed learning English and i hope i would improve more better

Friday, September 22nd 2017

good lesson thanks

Friday, September 22nd 2017

first of all, i would like to thank you Mr.Benjamin.(y)
second, ihave several questions please:
1) how many lessons left to finish this course in EngVid? because we reached to 1211 lessons until now !!!?
2) can EngVid create “Exercise book” and “student book” for all lessons ? to be our reference for us in the future.

Friday, September 22nd 2017

Although I´m neither a supervisor nor a father, I found this lesson really interesting.
Thanks Benjamin, we´ll be checking EngVid for new videos ;)

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

That was useful, thank you so much Mr.Ben, we really appreciate it.

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thank you!

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thank you teacher Benjamin.I’m keep an eye on Engvid to avoid missing the lessons!

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thanks Benjamin, I got 10/10…

Saturday, September 23rd 2017


Saturday, September 23rd 2017

    welcome to my cousin Asmaa , i am yasser daoud from Egypt, my regards

    Sunday, October 8th 2017

Thank you Teacher Benjamin for your great lesson. I got 10 out of 10. May “Keep an eye on” mean only monitor something or someone and too keep seeing something or someone.
Good week-end. Best regards. Marie-Claude

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Excellent lesson,Benjamim. Got 10/10.Again, your
accent is another lesson. I usually watch your lessons
twice or more. Eyes closed to practice my listening.
I had never heard the word “ascertain”. It’s a
beautiful sound. Thanks again.

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thank You, teacher….!!

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thank You, teacher….!!

Saturday, September 23rd 2017


Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Thank you, Benjamin!! I don’t want to lose any of your lessons so I’ll better keep an eye on your Engvid profile!

Saturday, September 23rd 2017

Hallo Benjamin,

how formal/informal are all the expressions ?

I think, the expression ” to keep a tab on sb ”
must be very informal and I can´t use it in the formal essay.

On the contrary, ” to ascertain” ist really very formal an I it can not be used in a informal e-mail.

I am right ?

Thank you for your answer.


Sunday, September 24th 2017

Short but intensive video class, we can enjoy your explanation and learn new words and expressions that we don’t use normally or maybe we don’t listen to them repeatedly in our daily jobs. Thanks a lot, teacher Benjamin, a very interesting and useful class.

Sunday, September 24th 2017

Hello Benjiman,

I have a question that I am confused. Can I say it in “I’ve got my eyes on you.”? Is it possible to put a “s” after “eye”?
Thank you for the lesson, it is useful for me.

Sunday, September 24th 2017

Thank you, Mr. Ben, Your assignment is very beneficial and help me improving English.

Monday, September 25th 2017


Tuesday, September 26th 2017

Woho got 100% ☺ Thank you Benjamin . You have such a unique style of teaching. I really liked it.

Wednesday, September 27th 2017

Ooh i’ m now sûre and certain that my english level is not too down like this!

Wednesday, September 27th 2017

Hi, Thanks for the lesson, like to learn new vocabulary.

Wednesday, September 27th 2017

Hello Mr Benjamin! How do you do!
Many thanks for the lesson! I watched the film “Meet the parents” and can again to feel an atmosphere of the movie. By the way, it was a comedy, and am thinking we haven’t to fear these ugly words. When I have taking quiz, some new ideas came to my mind. I need to some one who will be monitored me, and do other unpopular job, as to supervise my English study, to ascertain my time wasting.
I don’t sure, maybe I am so anarchist. Someone would keep your eye on me. So, I want to say: I will not to be under control, oversee and “a close check”.
I hope to find more optimistic video on engVid!
P.S. I am terribly sorry, if I wrote something uncorrect.

Wednesday, September 27th 2017

Hi there, someone to practice speaking here?

Thursday, September 28th 2017

    i’am interested but who we gonna do this together?

    Monday, October 16th 2017

Thank you Benjamin !

Thursday, September 28th 2017

I like this lesson

Friday, September 29th 2017

Thank you!

Sunday, October 1st 2017

you are my favorite.

Monday, October 2nd 2017

Thank for your lesson. It’s very helpful!

Tuesday, October 3rd 2017

it’s very helpful ; thank you very much

Thursday, October 5th 2017

You are a very good teacher.Thank you very much.

Thursday, October 5th 2017

10/10 tks Mr Benjamin

Friday, October 6th 2017


Friday, October 6th 2017

I got 10 out of 10 , thanks Benjamin

Sunday, October 8th 2017

It was very useful!

Sunday, October 8th 2017

wow, this is really great. thank you.

Tuesday, October 17th 2017

Thank you a lot I rally was need it

Wednesday, October 25th 2017

Fantastic lesson

Wednesday, November 1st 2017

Thank you very much for an interesting lesson

Wednesday, November 1st 2017

wow not so bad 80 i keep trying

Wednesday, November 1st 2017

Thank you Benjamin

Tuesday, November 7th 2017

Amazing lesson, Thank you!

Wednesday, November 8th 2017

Well explained

Thursday, December 7th 2017

Thanks EngVid team for such effective lessen.Thanks Saiful

Monday, December 18th 2017

Hi Benji
It was awesome. Thank u. It would be better if you show part of the film before your class.

Friday, December 22nd 2017

Good Job what you do really

Monday, January 1st 2018

Good lesson….

Wednesday, January 3rd 2018

Thank god… I have engvid Lovly

Monday, January 8th 2018

Good beginning

Wednesday, January 10th 2018

Tansks for the lesson and your good mood

Saturday, January 13th 2018

Thanks, Benjamin. I really enjoy this web site.

Thursday, January 18th 2018

I love so much

Monday, January 29th 2018

Thanks, Benjamin. worthful…

Wednesday, January 31st 2018

it’s really a wonderful experience.

Wednesday, February 21st 2018

i got 100

Friday, March 16th 2018

Hello and thanks for your lesson. I am so sorry but I can’t understand the meaning for ascertain, or i am confused about a certain Vs ascertain. Could any one explaint to me? Thanks in Advance.

Sunday, March 18th 2018

    the difference between the both word is very simple, certain is the adjective and ascertain is his verb (make sure of). I’ll give an example:
    * i ascertain you that i didn’t talk with him since one month.
    *If you want a certain party to win, it is better that you persuade many others to vote for them than vote yourself.
    now,i hope that you understood the difference, and you will be able use them in your English communication.

    Monday, October 28th 2019

Simply Awesome !!

Monday, March 26th 2018

9 of 10, thaks for this lesson!

Saturday, March 31st 2018

9 of 10 .Thanks teacher.

Thursday, May 10th 2018

Thank you so much i got 10 of 10

Friday, July 13th 2018

Thank you, Benjamin.

Wednesday, September 5th 2018

Great Learning :)

Wednesday, September 19th 2018

Thank you very much for this lesson,

Sunday, September 30th 2018

I got D

Monday, November 19th 2018

I liked a lot the way you teach.
if possible, would you show more example how to use: “keep a tab”, I still have some doubt about how to make frases with it.

Tuesday, January 15th 2019

Firstly, Thank you very much Mr Benjamin for your effort to make kind of these lessons which are useful in our English conversation. Secondly, i want to tell you that i keep an eye on your helpful lessons, so, we can say you’re our English supervision, personally, i’m proud of that, because i understand and w i have improved a little bit my English from your lessons and others lessons of others teachers like you. by the way i have got 10 out of 10 in the quiz, good luck!

Monday, October 28th 2019

Nice Lesson. Thanks!

Friday, December 27th 2019

Thank you Mr. Benjamin.

Wednesday, January 8th 2020

I got 10/10. Thanks Benjamin!

Friday, April 10th 2020

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