74 COMMENTS

It is very nice..and Now it is all clear to me..thank you so much mam👍

Shoaib

Thanks, Rebecca! It is an easy lesson. We want a lot of native English speakers.

Abdulateef

    Thanks, Abdulateef. Hope it will make it easier for you to speak and understand English! All the best.

    Rebecca

how can i see the lesson

Zhengjun

    Hi! Our videos are all on YouTube, which is blocked in China. You’ll have to use a VPN or Tor Browser.

    engVid Moderator

Such a excellent website to utilize them. When it comes to Rebecca, you are really really helpful and give lots of trick with respect to understand. Not only pecular to this video but also for every video of you. Thank you so much for your effort and made easiser to understand something.

AhmetDurap

    Thank you for your generous words. I am so glad to know you find the lessons helpful. My best wishes to you, heresomewhere.

    Rebecca

I’am very happy to find this very usefull page!

marbaldra

Thank you Rebecca for this useful lesson!
I like to hear the American accent! For example: the typical “r”-sound (like in; for, from, brother, etc.)!
And sometimes I succeed to imitate this as very well. ;-)
So, what do you say always: PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!!!! :-))))

Ralph-GER

I’m sure this is a very important step. Are very important to beginers speaker. It’s very fun, it’s the magic of languages, especially in the reduce forms.

Thank you Rebecca!

Roberto

Great teacher.. Can you help me how to take another exam.?

Melochaba14

Excellent lesson by an excellent teacher!!
Thanks a lot Rebecca ;)

knopfler86

no quiz?

lenilsonsg

    That makes 2 of us.

    Diego2017

Hi, I was just wondering if I could use your videos in Youtube on my website to help us Chinese learn authentic American English. Thanks a lot for your terrific lessons.
Hoping for your reply soon.
Eric

Eric Joe

    You can link or embed them, but you can’t download them or make copies to put on your site.

    engVid Moderator

      Many thanks for your reply. I will not do it coz we have no access to youtube.

      Eric Joe

      Thank you Rebecca.
      For your pronunciation video lesson.
      How to use to, for and from.

      may

Hi Rebecca! Thanks for this new lesson. I think that the pronunciation lessons like this are very useful. I keep in mind several yours, and other teachers lessons at engvid, that taught me how to pronounce correctly common word and phrases that I mispronounce. Till next lesson!

Jorge

I can start my day happily after this good lesson. Thanks Rebecca.

beernaard

I love this page. It’s very helpful. Thank you so much for your sharing,Rebecca.

thiennganguyen1985

Hi, just wanna say. I love this website.

Cheers!

Albeiro Ruiz

Hello my dear Master 🌹Rebecca🌹,how have you been? :-) i always watch your video and always cherish your name in my mind, dear master Rebecca? You are veryyyyy kind and this is my wishes one day can travel to Canada and deeply appreciate you. I strongly tried to find your email address but i couldn’t, i have email in gmail: ftalebi78
My dear master i never want to bother you or take your time, i just want to thank you because you are absolutely compassionate teacher and i love you so much.beside learning us English language you teach us moral lesson. I am honor of you and sincerely hope i will be a good teacher and follow your methods
Please take care of yourself my dear grand master 💖Rebecca💖
Sincerely yours
Faramarz 🌹💖

faramarz

Hello Rebecca!I want to thank you for this amazing video. I really loved your lesson and found it very useful for foreign learners to pronounce such kind of prepositions as native speakers. I remember your lesson and will practise.

gavkhar

thank u very much ..mam. god bless u.am very poor in english. i want to study for OET exam,

simi mathew

the main issue that i am dealing with indians and i think i am losing my accent

mmahmoud21

Thank you so much ma’am for this lesson!
May God bless you!

Bushra Zangana

Thank you, now i’ve got it. An average English speaker speaks like a Moscovite.)))

Alikmalikk70

thanks for you your way to learn it so easy

yasmina mossad

Rebecca is so cute )

Archie09

thank Rebecca

sterlinoss

Hello, Rebecca! This is a very interesting lesson on the topic of pretexts. Here is an interesting example of the use of the preposition for. Noun + preposition (reason for, cause of etc.)

Anastasia

Noun + for
a cheque for (a sum of money):
They sent me a cheque $75.
a demand For/ a need for…:
The firm closed down because there wasn’t enough demand for its product.

Anastasia

There’s no excuse for behavior like that. There’s no need for it.
a reason for…:
The train was late but nobody knew the reason for the delay. (not ‘reason of’)

Anastasia

Noun + to…
damage to…
The accident was my fault, so I had to pay for the damage to the other car.

Anastasia

Thank you all for teaching us we are leaning more than ever before. There are any solution against problems i want you to never stop forward and froward

Cain Palmer

Bit disappointing, because it was not the pronunciation that I was looking for, but how to apply these words to sentences. Most of us often get confused whether to use “to” or “for” when speaking or writing and sadly that was not explained in this lesson :(

mary555

Thank you for the information and the links. I will follow try them.

mary555

I liked. Please give us more about this lessons.

midian

hi,
this is jagadeesh i have seen your videos about IELTS in youtube and iam impressed the way you are teaching the language in simple steps.especially i like ms.rebacca the way she explains the lessons are easy to understand and also i love her smiley face.

mark9787

Hello Rebecca,
Thank you for this lesson. I’m Frensh and it’s difficult for me to understand English people. But I carry on trying and with these kinds of advices, maybe sometime I would understand something 😄.

Divergirl

you are the one of the best teacher in the world.
can you explain the use of word can,could,will,would,should?

amarlal

Hello, that’s good like lesson , thanks a lot , I have question how we can make these prepositions :to , for ,fromm in sentences or paragraph ( choose)
thanks my teacher ,

rachakefi

Thank you so much teacher Rebecca

ange.la

Thanks, you’re an angle

Wanzi

thanks, good lesson

kennyscsk

Thank you Rebbeca, Good lesson

Amani

Thank you Rebbeca your lesson is very helpfull for me

Amani

thanks

mudsaleh88

Thank you Rebecca
For this lesson
I am watching this video from Guinea conakry

Bobojalloh@1

Thank you madam (Rebecca)

Jeyaluxmy

thanks for all

A Boukh

Thanks Rebecca!

Alex-1956

thanks Rebbeca this lesson is very helpful and very interesting.

poyaa

Thank you very much🤗🤗🤗

Sun Ariu

Thank you

yerkal74

Very useful lesson indeed. This was not teached me in any english class before. I really thank your that.

Freddy Navas

Great,
this lesson has helped me thanks

toulassana

nice, thanks a lot

Mah22

Thanks a lot, Rebecca…

kenshanmugam

Thanks for the lesson Rebecca

parnid nps

I NOW NOTICED THAT WE SHOULD SPEAK LIKE THIS FOR BEING A NATIVE SPEAKER.THANKS A LOT

Dhruvag

    Oh yeah

    Dhruvagarwal

thanks

Roushan11

Thanks Rebecca, very useful lesson,

Rodolfoavinam@gmail.com

Thanks teacher it is very useful lesson.

bentachafine

Thanks for your efforts.

adyam

love you Rebecca!. Thank you for helping me to enhance my English.

ALFREDO77

I’m so glad; I found your videos
You teach with so much patient and love.
thank you!

Esperanza Sanchez

You are the best english teacher I’v ever had. ı watched your all videos and ı developed when ı learn new tricks and usefull information fr’m you

Mehmet Akif Demirel

Nice class!!!!

ipcito09

Very useful, thanks a lot!

GaborK

lol. That’s true. It is exactly how my friends speak.jajajaj. :D Thx for all ur help. Greetings from Ecuador

Diego2017
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