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403 COMMENTS

Hello Emma, I’d like to ask you to make a video about Inversion with Negatives Adverbs. Thanks!

esphiritu

    hi esphirtitu, you read my mind I have also this question to Emma we are the same.

    mansour1

Thanks Emma, for this important lesson.

odir blanco

its useful lesson thank you Emma

mamdooh13

Very interesting lesson. it´s difficult, i need to practice.
thank you

iceman

Excellent lesson, looking for more like this video

lounis88lao

this is realy good miss emma
u hlp me . :D

bander ben naif

affirmative course for new learner

prem

hello Emma,you have help me tremendousley. I was having problems with pronounciation when it can to some words, now that you explained the rule. I can now pronounce the words correctly. Please teach me more, I knew to have faith that there would be someone I could connect with thank you teacher

Von

please teach more pronuniciatons

Von

Thanks Emma …..!!!

Hamada

Wow, it’s very difficult to know how to pronounce it.

esphiritu

It is difficult… I have to memorize the rules and educate my ear. Great lesson!!

Georgia

I scores 12 out of 15.

Ae

    Good job!

    Emma

      15/15 Thank you so much and I am only fourteen.I love English very much Emma.I’ll get my language license and get my liberty of being English.I love London…Thank you so much again.You are teaching me how to reach my goals in life.

      mioneweasley

      very interesting topic…..i learned a lot..thank u emma….God bless you

      jeanila comenguez

      hello,professon amma. my name is hamad country western sahara, let present my greeting first. so your lesson is enjoyed, I followed your lessons for not much time, but I decided to continue, please let me know further information about the program,I’d rather to receive your reply on my email showing on the comment, unfortunately,I’m study master management in the atlantic international university Honolulu hawii first year.

      labiad sidi bachir

HI Emma . thanks for your teaching.It is important this lesson.that is very difficult to hear sound last s.
thanks a lot.

yoga

I have scores 12 out of 15.
Thanks Emma

zaher

Thanks Emma 13 out of 15

zaher

ssssssss zzzzzzzzzzz iiiizzzz oh it’s
make me crazy

Mounir

please u should post the direcr in direct vedio plz:P

toqeer1

Thank you for your good and kindly explanations. Probably I understood pronunciations of the s ending in the several words.

hawk

Thanks a lot, Emma. Actually, this lesson is to difficult to me, but after i had watched your lesson, i already understood the lessons. Thanks again, Emma ^_^

Speaking of pronunciation, Emma, im confused what the pronunciation /d / in the special cases like the word ‘ used’, ‘ loved’ and so on. I knew the pronunciation / d/, but im no sure the pronunciation /use-d/ same as /used/. Is it correct?

Second question is IS it we should use pronunciation /t/ in all of the words which have ‘t’ like the words ‘yogurt’,’commitment’ and etc?.Can your explain this.

I need your help. Your apply is appreciated. Thanks in advanced.

With regards,
FONG

FONG

    Hi Fong,

    Thanks for your comments. In terms of ‘ed’ pronunciation, you are correct. There are three different ways to pronounce ‘ed’ endings. Please watch our video on ‘ed’ endings to learn the differences in pronunciation (eg, ‘used’ has a /t/ ending sound.

    In terms of your question with t, it depends on the word. For the most part, we do pronounce t. However, in some words, the letter t can be pronounced like a /d/ depending on the speaker’s accent (eg, party).

    Emma

      Thank a million Emma!!!

      Fong

      the link of video on ‘ed’ endings
      please

      bou.dj

i scoured 10 out of 15
thank you toooooooooooooooooo much

ALI

    a o a dear Ali you have 10 out of 15,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i am zeeshan

    zeeshan37

thanks,alot .very useul lesson

nashat anwar

I’m in love. cya. greetings from Mexico.

Efrain

Emma thanks a lot .That was really interesting

dorafatehy

thanks so much>

Abubakr

great lesson!you are the best Emma!

Julio

Emma, you are a good teacher but you need choose lessons more easier to teach. My gosh, first disability now s/Z/is. These topics are much dificult!!!

CREBIO

I scored 15 out of 15 yeheyy!! I’m very happy;)

bluebell

    Well done!

    Emma

Thanks for good lession.verygood,

Md. Nazimuddin Howlader

Thanks Emma. I also like to thank the EngVid.com. for their exceptional effort in this regard.
Faruque

Golam Faruque

Thank you very much Emma!!

tranceponder

That is a great class in which I learned more. Thank you!

sophiajing

thanks Emma you are the best

homs

Emma…ur lessons are so beautiful like u….

durgaprasad

    Durga bhai aap to ladki patane pe lag gaye.. bechari padhane aayi thi

    Sam

thanks you so much. your teaching style is very nice thanks alot

prachi

Teacher, now I’m confused on how to actually pronounce the symbol in the third category… If i follow IPA, it will be pronounced differently from how you pronounce it :(

Xhiann

13/15 :( it’s not easy :P
thanks for the lesson :)

Xhiann

Thanks:)

dshrestha

hi, Emma .
you are beyond compare . I follow
your lessons regularly.
teacher of English from Egypt.

julio

Thanks for your lesson,but one think I would like to tell you about my pronouns horrible I need know how I getting better
Many thanks
Hemn

Hemntofiq

Dear Emma,
here I am working and I wan to learn English to make official mail’s and and to talk with my Boss and Colleagues efficitively so Please Could you help me..

here I am from India
male 35 years
working with Multinational Company
ID : kketanpatel89@gmail.com

Please suggest me what is more beneficial for me for my career path, and how..

Finally I would like to say Tahnks to you and your Team members for your valuable time.

Regard’s
k’ketan

kketan

    Hi Kketan,

    Check out our videos on business English.

    Emma

thnk’s emma…

nitrogen

Thanks =D..I really liked this video..

sabongui

i knew that but you remind me thank you..Emma ..ummaahhh

khan99

awesome, thanks for sharing ^^

khoadiscus

thanksss emma……….

devesh2989

Thnk you, I’m convoys q. No. 1

medhat1965

Sorry for my mistak

medhat1965

vrey emportent for evry persone

ismailsikhan

nice

Shubhangi Mani

thanks Emma I better understand your lesson.could you teach me why we chang the auxiliary has into have in nagtive form for he,she and it.

ajmal

very interesting lesson thank’s i’m going to practice more

Abraham

GREAT….GOD BLESS YOU. IN HIS NAME..TQ!

Gana

thank you, it was usefull for me

Luka

very happy to your service

Muthu

I got 13 out of 15, Tanks a lot

M. Johmani

hiiii,this is Bassem from cairo,Egypt.please give me the best steps for speaking english very well

Bassem

nice, thanks for revising……

jackdil

Thank you for your teaching

Samnang

Thank you for your comments everyone! I find your advice on future video topics very helpful.

Emma

Congratulations everyone on doing so well on the quiz!

Emma

That’s great Emma!!! I’ve learned alot through all your video. anyone wants to practice english just add my skype: Thomasansomaia. Good Luck!

thomas161087

thanks Emma for this lesson!!

jina1234

Hi, this my first comment in eng.vid I score 15 out of 15
very good job, gold bless you

osman

Dear Emma,

What the difference between NO and NOT? Im so confused. Sometimes, i don’t know use them when typing messages. I really need your help.

I would hear back from your soon. By the way, please correct this if i made grammar mistakes.Thanks again Emma! I very like you so much, especially your voice!^_^

Sincerely,
FONG

Fong

Excuse me, Ma’am.
Could you please give me some examples of the certain “th” you meant?
Regards,
Rifai.

rifai02

    Hi Rifai,

    In English, there are two ways to pronounce ‘th’. They are very similar. In both cases, your tongue is between your teeth. The only difference is that in the first ‘th’ sound (also known as a voiced ‘th’ sound), the sound comes from your voice. If you place your fingers on your throat while you make this ‘th’ sound, you will notice a vibration. Some examples of the voiced ‘th’ sound include ‘mother’, ‘the’, ‘these’, and ‘breathe’. When a word ends in a voiced ‘th’ sound and we want to add an s, we pronounce the‘s’ as a /z/.

    In the second ‘th’ sound (also known as the voiceless ‘th’), the sound comes from your mouth. If you put your fingers on your throat, you will feel no vibration when you pronounce the voiceless ‘th’ sound. Some words with the voiceless ‘th’ sound include ‘bath’, ‘earth’, ‘moth’,‘breath’ and ‘thumb’. When a word ends in a voiceless ‘th’ sound and we want to add an s, we pronounce the ‘s’ as a /s/.

    Emma

      Thanks Emma that was a great lesson. I only want to add one thing, if we have word ends with X we pronounce it as /iz/for example boxes, fox, indexes, faxes.

      hanaahanaa1971

hi hello my name is jayson im from philippine , can you help me what is the exam in tesol because im going to university just studying tesol pls help me what is the exam in the tesol thanks..

jayson

Emma dear please use visible marker.

Sathya

“You scored 15 out of 15”

Thanks alot Emma , I’ll show your video to my students ,, it is very simple , specific and useful ,, I’m sure they will understand the rule

Rasha

Thank u for u teaching !great job!

rustem114

Thanks you very much. I’m Turkish.I’m eleven years old.My teacher says ‘Your English is very good.’ I’ve got 2 wrongs in quiz.

Gülşahnur Özdemir

i want to know what’s required to be known for every level… i mean what beginner how and what should exactly learn and the same to the intermediate and fluent and so on??

doaa ali

15/15
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fatiima8

You are a really, really great teacher… Thaks a lot!!!

darlanr

thanks you so much. your teaching style is very nice thanks alot

ISMAIL

Hi Emma i got 15of15 thank you so much

Nasser Zatari/Jerusalem

thank you your explanation was very clear .

yusuf sheikh

Thanks Emma, for this important lesson

rchithral

is really helpful for me cause i live nyc but sometime i did not get what they are talk and about.is crazy slang. i know british english but i jus need to know u.s slang.what is the best way can u help me?

mdrafiqulkhan989

Hi Emma,
Your lesson was very interesting.
I have problems in speaking words like ‘costs’
For example:This bag ‘costs’ twenty five dollars.
So,could you tell me how to pronunciate such words(mostly words ending with ‘sts’).
Thank you. :)

jish

    Hi Jiish,

    ESL students often have difficulty pronouncing consonant clusters like ‘sts’ (eg, costs) or ‘sks’ (eg, desks). Many native speakers drop the t or k in their pronunciation of these clusters.

    Check out the website below for examples of this.
    http://www.pronunciationtips.com/clusters1.htm

    Alternatively, you can also break up`sts` into easier components. For example, pronounce s first and then ts. The t has a weak pronunciation, so there shouldn`t be a burst of air coming from your mouth when you pronounce it.

    I hope that helps.

    Emma

nice site i love all this lesson thanx all of you

muhammad niaz

thanks i really liked this video 13/15 =)

cristhel

Hi thanks Emma,
Your advice really helped me.Yes,you are right,I’m from India and English is my second language infact.In my knowledge Indians speak pretty good English.I believe that mine is also not so bad.But I do make mistakes sometimes when I speak.However most of my friends don’t have the problem that I’m having(which I’ve mentioned in the question)
I don’t know whether I can improve speaking those words or not.
Anyway,thanks again :)

jish

Hi Emma,
I had one more thing to ask.I opened the link that you sent.There,they are telling to drope/remove ‘t’ in costs or ‘k’ in asks while using these words.And they suggest that these can be read as
‘cos:s’ and ‘as:s’
But I really don’t know how to pronounce the above written terms.Could you please explain? :)

jish

Hi Emma,
thank you very much for your courses which is very helpful. it makes us to understand easily the different culture background
the people lives. your courses are very interesting we are all interested in the courses please say hello to your co-worker too,
all the best
Hansen

stevenhansen

thank you for this lesson Emma .

Aissam

hi Emma. Thank you for your useful lesson. It drove me crazy a lot. BUT NOT NOW. THANK YOU

Sheila

hello
I am abdo

abdo

Thank you about your lesson.

Ninh Chu Duc

I am learning English as I view beginner lessons? Thanks for your help
I only speak Spanish and want to learn English

evymur

thank you so much Emma,it is very useful. Hope for having more video lessons!

lavie1995

Thanks so much Emma. The lesson is very useful for me in pronunciation. ^^

khoadiscus

Hi, my score was 13 of 15.
Means, the teacher Emma is excelent

Oscar

I’m very happy, because I got fourteen out of fifteen!!! :)
Thanks Emma, you’re a very good teacher!

Rodrigo

This is a very useful lesson.You helped me so much. thank you for all.

sanosuken

Thankyou very much Emma.

OSWALD

Thanks Emma :)

Tural

Thanks very much Emma i got it very well.You are the best ..
:D :D

bibo123

It was little bit difficult for me .My scored was 10 out of 15. Thank you for this lesson ! :-)

helenelen

Hi Emma well done, we will keep to hear your sound.
Thanks

wadalamin56

It’s an excellent lesson. Thanks Emma

nero

I have 11. No bed, no good thanks You

zina

wow i got full mark

m0hamed

Hello Ma’am Emma
Please make a video on Wait and gone.
Thanks

Safi

Dear Emma,
What about vowels? How do we pronounce s endings in the end of the words that end in vowels? For instance, army-armies?

Merlin

    Hi Merlin,

    Thank you for your question. For words that end in vowel sounds, we pronounce the s like a /z/.

    Emma

thank you, teacher.
14/15.. i can speak /s//iz/ but i can’t do with /z/…i’m trying!!

baoultra

uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, thanks allot cos i can not pronounce the words very well before this lesson but now i am very well to pronounce the words

husnaawais

really it’s a good lesson

amani

yes emmma it is good lession i have problem to pronounce the “s”

romina

Hi Emma all your lessons are very usefull many thanks many thanks God be with u but in spite of i have never learned at school i got 13 out of 15 is this goog or bad for me answer me please bye bye…

larbi

    This was a difficult lesson. I’m really pleased with everyone’s marks who have said them. Your mark is good! Keep up the good work.

    Emma

Thinks for you made me shine Emma

lyitama

Thanks for you made me shine Emma

lyitama

Hi Emma,
Is any rules to pronounce the letter S when it comes in the middle of the word:C as in lesson and class;and Z as in please,pleasant,and plasma.MANY THANKS.

Atef

    There are some spelling clues that can help you decide how to pronounce an s in the middle of a word.

    For words with ce (license) and ci (medicine) spellings, the c is pronounced like an /s/.

    For ss (kisses) and s (mast) spellings, we often pronounce the s like a /s/. However, when ss or s spellings occur between vowel sounds (eg, dessert, pleasant) we pronounce them like a /z/.

    For sc spellings in the middle of words (eg, muscle), they are usually pronounced like a /s/.

    Please be aware that there are some exceptions to these rules.

    Emma

Thanks Emma I scored 14 of 15

Juan

Thanks alot for this important lesson , my scored is 15 out of 15 !

lola

Thse courses are very interesting. they needs us very well. thank you emma.

ALILECHE

thank you for your lesson. it’s v ery interesting.bye Emma

ALILECHE

Hello Emma thanks for lesson.

Ricardo

great video very impormative. Thanks emma! and of course engvid.

albe

Thanks Emma. You are very good teacher.

Joe

Thank you very much for your interesting lesson

Diep

Thanks Emma. You are beautfull and nice teacher. I scored 12 out of 15

T

hi great teacher emma i ve scored 15 out i5 is it good ?

abdulelah

hihi i got 14/15 on this quiz thank you so much!… I think the sound “iz” is clearly but the sound “z” and “s” seem pretty the same?

justou17

10/15.. I have to need more practice :(

taniawaqar

Thank you so much”izzzzzz” ms. emma!!!

josephabaloyan

thank you so much for helping pronunciation words ending s

Liennguyen

Thank you very much!!

These things are important for people who don’t have money to pay a teacher.

Greetings from Spain!

Cristina

Thanks, Emma!!
Your teaching is very helpful for me.

meong

NICE LESSON.

marwa

Thank you so much Emma!

jszczygiel

Thank u Emma
I scored 13 out of 15

Abdul Qayum

thank emma for this wonderful lesson i would like more if you don’t mine

siski

hello emma, really i appreciate what you’re doing for us..

fethelnour

My score is 14 out of 15 :)

Adeel

thanks Emma for this lesson

adeeb1987

Amazing knowledge. I´ve never heard about those rulesssssss. Is it right ?
Thanks a lot, teacher !

riclazz

I have 13/15 (after 2 month of learning):)

Jerry.pl

Hi Mrs. Emma,
I just realize that what I’ve just learnt from your video is distinctively meaningful for my communication skill in English. Can you make more lessons on other sounds like Th, R, and T. pleas ma’am, because I have learnt them quite long but still compusing up to now.

Salvador dos Santos da Cruz

thanks alot emma for this lesson also for your soo nice smile :)
by the way its my first comment in engvid

sniper8

very nice lesson my kids are enjoying

Mohammad Akbar

my score is 15 out of 15 thank you very much I’m looking forward to being a good teacher like you with my best wishes Mohamed from Egypt

mohamed

hello Emma.. thanks
I scored 14 out of 15.

abhay16

hello!
i don’t know how i can thank you,emma
keeping,please.

yassino

AHEHE you are amazing teacher this lesson is very useful ….we need more and more your lessons (;

roouim22

I scored 15 out of 15.Thank you,Emma)

Katya

thank you

qaisrock

Thank you so much

sarafadi

Hello Emma,
I liked your lesson very much.
Bye Bye

adurao

Hi Emma How do you pronounce “asks” . It sound weird when i pronounce.

Vangli

Hi Emma!
A really very nice lesson……And I got it clearly. I got 14 out of 15.
And Hello Vangli!!
in the word “asks”, the sound is of “s”…… Come on dear it becomes so easy after listening this nice teacher

qasimali

Thank you.

alanoud16

THis lesson is very good Emma thank you so much you are god teacher

jaaki

15/15. thank you

vusala

Thank you Emma!
I liked your lesson very much!
I Scored 11 out of 15.

Felipe

Emma how about adding small part of videos for using this lesson in real life (small conversations)

sacom

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR EFFORTS

ABDELAZEEM

Thank you,Emma..
I wanna ask you something.. you said that certain words end with -th- use /z/ pronunciation. could you please give me the example of the words?

amell

I scored 14 out of 15
thank you very much

ahmedallwkal92521

Dear EMMA,
I like your lesson so much, i also practise this VIDEO every monring, by the way could you help me to pronunciate ” ch, j and sion”

warmly

DUYEN

datduyen

Hi, Emma! How’re u doing? My name is Carlos Eduardo, but please call me Kadu. LOL… I’m a Language student at UFRJ, which is a public university from Rio de Janeiro. Actually, I’m here to thank you for all you’ve been doing to both me and my English as well. You’ve been very helpful to me and I admire you so much about the way you teach your lessons and even though I am not a native speaker they sound quite clear for me. I wish I could speak just like you someday. I’ve been doing my best to improve my English skills day by day in order to become as fluent as a native speaker. I think, I’m on the right path, nevertheless I know I can go even further so as to reach my goals. Emma, Could give some pieces of advice on how to overcome my weaknesses? I hope to hear from you soon! Kisses, Emma! My e-mail is teacherkadu@yahoo.com.br

Carlos Eduardo

Hi EMMA Ireally enjoyed this lessone so tank you very much

saad

thank you very much EMMA :D

jasim

I really appreciate your work! Keep going on!!! =]

robe0706

hello

hassan

I scored 14 out of 15

Jamy

I love it Emma thnx foR teaching can you please teach me ”Homograph”

JhelEn

I scored 15 out of 15
thanksssssssss

zineb12

Thanks Emmma for wonderful lessons. Do you have private lessons taught?

Mais

Dear teacher, Please let me ask a question. :d, In the 1st section, the word /dog/ is pronouced /s/ but in the last section I see that if the ending of word is /d/ that pronuciation is / z/, so that could y explain clearly to help me. thanks

phongce

with out watching le lessen i get 13/15

how ever thnx emma it’s gd lesson

goOd job girl

amineza

Thank you Emma

dido

I need Your lesson.

Hemn

great lesson,thanks.

rabbani

Hi, my name is gabriel and I’m from brazil, you’re wonderful, I’m learning a lot with this english classes! thank you very much! big hug to you

gabriel

Thanks Emma it helps me a lots, I learned how to pronounced the correct pronounciation of S.

zanro5147

Hi Emma, I like your teaching classes. Plz upload more videos, specially GET word. How many meaning have of this word & when we can use perfectly.

anutoshguha

Hi Emma,

Thank you for nice teaching. I scored 14 out of 15 in the exercise.

Thank you.

Satha.

Satha

Hello teacher, thank you for video

Zhangsongcei

Dear Emma, the passive voice was great, thanks

solaimanlaiq

Hi Emma,
this video is superb!
would you please make a video for the pronunciation of S when it comes in the middle of the word?

ABC

thank you emma,my god will reward you for teaching me this.Thank you once again.

mukhtar

thank you very much emma.I know knows how to identify there difference.thank alot

aishatu

Thanks Emma you were very good. I can’t stop reading and listening your lessons. I’ve been studying for many hours today. I think it’s enough for today; I might continue tomorrow if I have spare time. Pronunciation is the biggest problem I have because I started learning English with reading and not listening. Well listening first and then reading is the most right way for somebody who wants to learn correctly.

evangelia ammari

it’s good

aze99

Thank you very much teacher for the lesson of “s”endings and the lesson about” “du” pronounciation! Really,it’s very helpful videos!I’m sure that i will improve a lot thanks to your lessons and to your co-workers:)

Ines Kouki

Woooooooooooooooo
14 out of 15 .Thank you Emma you are such a great teacher

momen22

Thanks Emma, for this important lesson.

Natalia

HI Emma

thank u very much for this great knowledge.

surabhi704

i got 12 out of 15 some confussing lesson but it’s so helpful to me thank you very much^^

aerosmith

Hello Emma, thank you for the lesson.
Well, I would Like to know the difference between the (th) in the /s/ ending and the (th) in the /z/ ending.
thank you very much again
btw: i scored 15 over 15 :)

Amine

Dear Emma,
I really love the losson, and now i can make the difference clearly, but there is one thing, I would like to know what is the difference between (th) in the /Z/ ending sound and (th) in the /s/ ending sound…

Thank you for answering me

Amine.

aminedz11

Just to clarify, the pronunciation of ‘pronunciation’ is not pronounciation!!!

Claire

Hi Emma
You said a sentence before you started:
“Let’s get star it” or “let’s get it started” something like this,
I want you write the corect sentence.

kate

Well done! Miss Emma…by the way…in a nutshell IPA sounds with strong vocal cord vibration are called VOICED and sounds with weak or w/o vocal cord vibration are called VOICELESS.:))

betty

It’s an excellent lesson.

Thank you very much Emma.

Vani

Thank you Ema. You are a good teacher.

Nur

I SCORES 13 OUT OF 15

poderoso

Wow..- Thanks a Million.. you are a excellente teacher Emma. God Bless you.. Greetings From Oaxaca, Mexico.

krizalid80

This is my score thanks to you.. I have learned really now.

You got 15 correct out of 15.

krizalid80

thank a lot

karim27071980

Emma: the best teacher that I know.
Thank you very much !

Pedro Blanco

Muito obrigado pelo vídeo, estou retomando meus estudos online parabéns…

josehenriquefs

I got 15 out of 15 but the pronunciation of the z and iz ending sounds is difficult for me, I have to practice a lot.
Thank you Emma.

Hector

Emma could make a video about diference sound ‘th’ mouth and throat. Thanks(/s) :P

Rick

Thank you professor

essa5566

excellent

ahmed31

Hi Emma… I have a question nothing to do with this topic… What’s the meaning of the apostrophe in O’CLOCK? Thanks from Brazil.

cleberpaganelli

    It’s short for “of the clock”, but nobody says that anymore—you just say (and write) “o’clock”.

    engVid Moderator

Very important lesson, thanks so much

argenis

Thanks ,Ema, I have gotten 15 correct of 15 ;) .

mido

Thanks Emma :)

ralizadeh

    lucky u:)))))))

    sarahandrew

      Why :)

      Ramsey

      haha :)

      ralizadeh

      I don’t know about you, but if you’d like to we can chat to improve our communication skills.

      ralizadeh

        hi.that would be great

        sarahandrew

thanks you the best

khadra

I got 87 points,Thank you teacher。

sherry

Thanks Emma, It was a very good lesson.

ricardorios23

Great job
Thanks a lot!

Joyce

I don’t know about you, but if you’d like to we can chat to improve our communication skills.

ralizadeh

15 correct out of 15 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

Dear Engvid team, especially James, Rebecca and Emma,

I have just received my IELTS score. Its 8.5. I scored 9, 9, 7.5, and 8 in reading, listening, writing, and speaking respectively.

I feel an obligation to write this note. The Engvid site, more than you realise, is making a huge difference in learning English for many like me. This is probably the most important website out there which provides such an useful contents and provides them for FREE. The teachers are the most interactive, funny, lovely, and sweet teachers so far I know.

I thoroughly studied several lessons from your site and I was able to get a score that I aimed for. I just want to say thank you for all the good work. Please keep it up.

Cheers
Anu
[Bangladesh]

Anu Roy

thank Emma excelent class

cavazosed

Thank you my teacher! I love EngVid (:*

su2013

Hi Teacher Emma I am your pupil of online student . Your lessons is very helpful to me. Thank for that. I have a question to ask you. Please answer. I am always try to improve my english language. So I read the stories of english book . But my skills are not perfect. Why? Please answer me.

AUNG KHAING

I have score 13 out of 15, but I am little bit confuse, to pronounce vibration on Horses and Books. Please guide me.

shailu

I got 100% thanks Emma but i need to make the lecture long to use more vocab

zicaaa

its very good

jenous

Thank you so much Emma

Suchi

Thank you Emma,very good your explanation.

Ana

Thank you Emma. I got 15 of the quiz!
Regards

Cyrus

Thank you so much for your precious help. Would, please, tell me where to classify words ending in / I / in /z/ or /iz/ like in study, compan when we add an s or es ending,

learner

thanks a lot … you teach fantastic

please correct me _)

elkrespo

Hi Emma,

This is helpful.

Girish Chekuri

Thank you very much Emma, I like your lessons it is very clear and I have enjoy it.

lafti

nice lesson

alhaytham

There are some spelling clues that can help you decide how to pronounce an s in the middle of a word.
For words with ce (license) and ci (medicine) spellings, the c is pronounced like an /s/.
For ss (kisses) and s (mast) spellings, we often pronounce the s like a /s/. However, when ss or s spellings occur between vowel sounds (eg, dessert, pleasant) we pronounce them like a /z/.
For sc spellings in the middle of words (eg, muscle), they are usually pronounced like a /s/.
Please be aware that there are some exceptions to these rules.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
please Emma give us examples for these exception >>>

alhaytham

I got 12 of 15 :(

ichay1

It´s a very good exercise

rimagui13

thanks Emma,i want to improve my English skills, can u hepl me practise English,Emma?
my email:lucky_coin92926@yahoo.com.vn

yumi269

Hi Emma,
I am not trying to be condescending but I think “pronunciation” is pronounced pruh-nuhn-see-ey-shuhn not pruh-nouns-see-ey-shuhn. PLease advise.

fulecha

Hi Emma
Thank you so much, this is really useful for me ^-^

viikii2303

Emma thank u so much
i got 13 of 15

maqsoodhamdard1132

Emma its nice to have a lesson like this, it helps me a lot to improve my English, good job, Take Care

akhil24

i quite like your voice :)
thank you so much.

phitsamai34

Very interesting this lesson.

ricmen

Emma, you are as sweet as every thing sweet.
could you please teach us the different spellings of the letter (g),for example in the word (glass)it is pronounced not as in the word (large).
Hoping your prompt response and thank you.

mansour1

Thank you Emma !
This is exactly what I’ve been looking for XD

tan90v

Thanks Emma! Nice job! I would like to know if the word “LOVE” is in “Z” group because it sounds at the end as a V or is it because after letter “E” at the end we should pronounce the S like a Z? Hope you understand my english ha ha ha!
José

joseingles2013

Could you please give us some examples on -th endings for /s/ and /z/ sounds?

And some examples on ‘z’, ‘sion’ and ‘j’ endings for /Əz / sound?

Thank you very much for your classes!!

dulukia

What about words ending in ‘y’? for instance: plays
Thanks! :)

dulukia

Very good this explanation.

ricmen

I scored 13 of 15. Not bad. I love this video so much. thanks a lot

vinhtb88

i got 87

cpsawab

Hello Emma Can I ask if you can do a video about Conditionals Type 0.1.2 & 3
please

Amri Amine

Tkank you so much, Emma

janeteukie

Score 15 of 15

Thank you Emma

joshua2610

Thanks Emma I got 14 out of 15 ..I improved a lot , thank you very much ma’am.

Khadeeja Abdul jabbar

I got 13 correct answers from 15 questions

Abdul Basyid

hello madam ,,,,, could you help me how to pronounciation of Z

rahmadalamfti

thanks emma u r very good

ahmed tohami gouda

i got 15 of 15 .. great

ahmed tohami gouda

thank you Emma. Although I can’t understand your lesson completely but I’ll try to listen more and more. I believe I can.

Nguyên Cát

Thanks for your advices.

Akari Shimazaki

I scored 15 out of 15 ! I’m so happy;)

bellatrix

Thank you Emma. This is very helpful lesson. I always had dificulties with that pronunciation, but now I know when say ‘s’,’z’ or ‘iz’. Thank you again ang good luck :)

Narek90

I got 11 correct out of 15.
thanks for all

khattabi

Thank you very much Emma, i learnt many things from your lessons,request you to kindly do more lessons.There are only 53 videos relates to you which are not enough,most of the people wants to learn from your videos because the way you are teaching is wonderful. People do understand very easily. secondly if you work on grammar and tenses, children can get more benefits from your videos.

ali muzahir

great teaching!

shiva koneti

This video is very helpful for me. I always have problem on{ S ,es} pronunciation. I think I am almost understood how to say now. Thanks Emma and Engvid.

water meter check please

I GOT 15 CORRECT OUT OF 15
I AM TOO MUCH HAPPY.
THANKS ALL
THANKS EMMA.^__^

TAWF

how are you every bady

hechem

Thanks 67%.

Abdul Qayum

I always make mistakes when I pronounce “s” ending.Your video help me to understand how to pronounce it correctly.thanks a lot

mini111

hello emma ……There are _______ ways to pronounce s endings….can u plzz tell me what are the ways to pronounce s ….

shark004

HI my name is Mariano and I am an ESL teacher, I love teaching my students pronunciation, it would be very nice if you guys could create a list of words where the S is Z and its exceptions.
Thank you!!

Isabelinha

This lesson was very interesting and too difficult because, I had to put a lot of attention to those sounds.
I got 80

Aangel

I scores 14 out of 15. Thanks Emma.

Joshisadanandan

Thank you very much!

Iamhere.

I understand English very well, teach him almost all my life, but when I have to talk, there is a problem.

dakaloznica@gmail.com

13/15 Scores

dakaloznica@gmail.com

thanks, emma! this lession is so useful :)

kieuanh1209

I scored 14 out of 15. The words which end with S are always my headache, this lesson is the answer for me. Thanks Emma.

ivan128

15/10

roy123

thanks emma

mozo

Thank for the lesson

KannieThanh

14/15 thank you

bafysan

Thanks a lot. You are a great teacher.Happy New Year. I wish you the best.

baranziba

Thank you for lesson.

miss079

You are great Emma.take care

Abdullah kateb

Hi Emma you are a great teacher.
Thanks a lot.

Lkinter1

11 correct out of 15 :/

Thank you Emma.

chivialoco

hello Emma
Its been a while I am sreching online how can i improve my english, today early morning suddenly I came across of your Channal, Its really intresting and useful for me.
Thank you soooo much for your lovely VIDEOS.

Salman

My scores is 13 out of 15 questions
thank’s madam elma for lesson

bryan gtg

Thank you so much EMMA mam

ahmedzboby

Hi Emma!
Thank you very much for the lesson!
It’s very useful for me to know that there are rules on how to pronounce the s endings.
I am trying to find out the pronunciation of some words that doesn’t seem to fit in these rules: “camera”, and “key” – both seem to end in vowel sounds, not consonant sounds as in the given rules. Would you please explain how to deal with them?

Mahesh Deva

Thank you very much!

tientruongthanh94

You got 15 correct out of 15.
:D <– why does it make me laugh every time? :D
Thank you Emma!

Ellen Sparrow

15/15 yeah !!!
^^

seif17

thank you, Emma.

CaoNgoc

hi Emma I like speaking in English but I have more mistakes of grammar how can I improve my grammar knowledge? help me please

Isroil

A good lesson

Thank you.

norahalyami

thank you I had 14/15 as a score

Mourading

Thanks, 14 out of 15

Vivimi

my score is 12 out of 15 :)
Thanks.

hjdzo102

I got 14 out of 15. I also need to save the letters in each category to pronounce the S correctly.

Please Emma, would you please make a video for how to pronounce the Th. For example, how to pronounce ( The throat ) ?

It’s very difficult to get out my tongue at the both words.

Anyway, thank you very much :)

OmarBassiouny

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

Dear Emma:
Pronunciation was diffocult for me.I always didn’t understand what are the phonetic symbols deffrence?
But now,all is well because your lesson.
BTW,I got 100 points in this Quiz ,thank u!

Nirava

    correct: difficult

    Nirava

Thanks Emma I love the lessons,

Sus

very useful lesson for me I am getting improvement how to secret fast learning I got 10 out of 15 question but first one how many way that’s we pronounced ending S in verbally I listen 4 way but educator explain only three so it seem to mistake by teacher Emma.

Muhammad Abbas

THanks.

jhon5

I have scores 12 out of 15.
Thanks Emma

Nando Rodrigues

Thanks for your lesson. yor lessons are very helpful in mt English life.

syryang

how to pronounce: ways, weighs and cities or other words that end in vowel sounds?
anyway, it’s a very helpful video.
thank you

amranism

THANKS EMMA.Yours videos are amazing

ebthal

I’ve already known pronouncing these words, but I watched video in order to review my knowledge and I made some mistakes and that’s not surprised me at all. Conclusion I did right thing:)

Jon Snow

Useful lesson as always Ms. Emma…..

Bavly

Thanks Emma

Maryam Zaky

Thank you Emma for this important and useful lesson

W.S.A

thank you so much. It’s very importaint lesson for me

rapboyvn

15/15… thanks

madiha debbabi

thanks

rmssis117

Mmm.. I don’t get the sound Z…in any position in the world. Good afternoon and thank you.

Leny Villalobos

Thanks a lot ^^

kyunghoonkim

Thank you.
How do we pronounce kids.

Abd8292

Thank you very much
I scored 15 out of15

Walaak

Thank you so much.
Now I am 30 years old, is it too late for me to start learning pronunciation? Until now, I have been learning the dumb English, only for English tests.

sunzy025

Good afternoon!
It was a very good lesson about pronunciation. Thanks.

zar1235

Thanks, Emma. I got 100

nickandr

Thanks I’ve got 100%

hbooshs

Thanks a lot Emma . Actually this lesson is to difficult for me earlier i never used to pronounce the word “s” in proper way but after i had watched your video.i leqrnt a lot from this video. Can you please tell about how to pronuce V and B . Sometimes it makes lot of confusion. Waiting for reply Emma.again thanks

sanishms

Thanks Miss Emma i’m fully understand and i like you lecture.

shahidalikhan

What a wonderful lesson. Thanks a lot.

y2011

Perfect lesson!

peeguye

Hello Emma! Tkank you for your clarification. It was tremendously exciting.I enjoy watching your lessons. I am a beginner and I have no body to speak English with. May someone accept me as a friend. I am a very polite boy.

Mehdi 2022

I got 14/15! Thanks very much for the lesson!

robi75

Thank you so much for all your videos Emma, this pronunciation classes are my favorites

Yacobh

I like us way in teaching

Halam107090

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Thank you Emma !

Juneppp

thank you

genc71

i got 13 correct out of 15. yeahhhh thanks emma. you are one of my favorite teacher.

Jony25

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

12 to 15 :-) Thanks Emma

mustafa641

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks Emma

abomohab1985

Thank you teacher Emma.I scored 12 out of 15. This video is very useful for me.I really like your class.

Zainuddin Abdul Hadi

I did 15 to 15 :D thank you a lot.

dreammaker

Thanks Emma !
Your lesson was wonderful and clear ..
We have to practise more and more ..
Thanks 🌹🌹

Sami2018omani

I scored 15 out of 15.
Thanks Emma..

younus@gmail.com

You have Skype for privete classes? Tês!

Destefani

Sorry by my text broker ,private classes? Tks!

Destefani

You got 11 correct out of 15.thank you

M kartal

emma. thank you so much!

dreamk7x

It is right my quiz. Now, I would like if they are a way to speak to some natives or peers. The pronounciation is one of my big challenges. I think only through practicing I can overcome it. Thanks a lot Emma for your help.

bigogre712kb

i got 14/15

bou.dj

Interesting topics, scored 15/15. Thanx Emma…

sharma_sk

yeahhh I got 15 correct out of 15 question… thank Emma <3

annie candy

14 out of 15 it’s not bad , thx Emma

stocool

oh nice wow great
thanks
thx emma

musfira

Grazie di cuore, perfect! :D

KiraNY

I have scores 14 out of 15
that`s nice

ahmedmotasim

Nice!

Marsius

Hi every one I am so glad I got 15 out of 15.

farhan khan

Very difficult lesson!
I got 10 out of 15

Alain Bledou

What a Useful lesson, Thanks, Emma.

aifengxx1994

I got 15 correct out 0f 15, Thanks, Emma.

aifengxx1994

I made a second attempted to correct all 15 questions,finally! It was a pretty hard for me to distinguished between the sound of syllable.
Thank you for your hard working for us,Emma.
:)

Tammyjang1

15\15 ))))

NatiDancer

i get 15 of 15

kerlous fayez

i got 15 of 15

kerlous fayez

Please Emma! How to pronounce (d+s) at the end of the word

mohamed aboshama

Great job Emma :) I got 14/15 :) and thanks a lot :)

@Joanna@

Thanks. So important the lesson

carodriguez

14/15. Thanks Emma. I love you. It seems easy for spanish speakers, but it isn´t. I do the same sound for all. I pronunce using the way (s) in all words that ending in s. I dont use (z) nor (IZ). I need to practice. I am gonna get it. Thank you Emma.

josecampo

14/15 good lesson.

MiT ZioN

Scored 15/15

Nazrul

Thanks Emma for your hard jobs.

Nazrul

thanks a lot Emma, my score is 14/15

tahmiiina

15/15! Wonderful! It’s a grand useful tip for me.

Jerry Gu
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