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This is going to be very important lesson I guess for m, Thanks for you James made this sort of lesson..


    Breaking the law has never crossed my mind, but in the mean time . . . I’ll go over the lesson to learn some vocab and expressions; just in case I get into trouble.

    Thanks a lot James for your pieces of advice.


      I agree with you




Hello James .
Thank you for this lesson . I know it is important to be polite in any occasion and whatever people your are talking with but why some police person hasn’t been told that ? politness is a rule not a law , and as you said , a rule can be personal.
Few things i would like to know :
– If you are let off of jail because you paid a bail and you are found not guilty the day you are before the court , do you get you money back ?
– if you don’t have enough money for a bail after being arrested and put in jail , and finaly you are released because found not guilty , do you get a compensation for having being wrongly imprisoned ?
What is the less important infraction you can be put in jail for in Canada ?
Thanks in advance for your answers.


    In my country, you get your money back and of course you can sue authorities for compensation if you’ve been imprisoned unjustly


Interesting lesson but interesting questions too. So I am longed to have the answers.


it is interssting lesson for every one


Thank you very much James!!
I didn´t understand the first question ,that was about rules vs laws. In my opinion, none of the answers were right according to your explanation. Maybe I´m wrong and I didn´t understand that part of the video…


    hi knopfler86, I wil try to explain it.
    Laws are enforced by the police = Police can make you do it.
    Listen again carefully from 11:30


      correction: I will try..


        Thank you very much emo53, now I get the idea ;)


I loved this lesson, very useful! kkkk I’ll be polite! And I don’t understand the first question, too. I think only laws are enforced by the police.

Denise R S dos Santos

A Very important lesson. Thank James.


thank you for this lesson teacher james have a nice one


Exceedingly useful!


I do not understand first question too. But your video is super. Thank you.

Christian Bartosz

Hi . How interesting! Thank you very much.


Puzzled about the answer fot the first question too.
Rules and laws are enforced by the police?
Rules? Rules in the company? Rules for little children how to behave? Rules of Monopoly game?
Enforced by the police? 8-0
You in English speaking countries have very strict legislation! =D


Hi James, love all your lesson. I am in New York City and I would like to know if you suggest any english course here. I would like to improve my english. As soon as brazilian people be autorized to get in Canadá with a American Visa, I will make my dreams come true and finaly travel to your country, the best in the world.


very good leason


Thankyou :)


Hi James
It is always nice hear from you. About four years ago I was not able to understand the most of what you said, but now thanks God I can take in almost everything you say.
I have been learning a lot from you.
Thank you very much and God bless all the people of Eng.Vid


Very interesting and useful lesson, James! Thank you! I got 100.

Júlio César L Sousa

Hahahahaha have been a nice and useful lesson as usual my mate, thanks for sharing with all us! You have made good point about rules and laws, They help us from our childhood to be better citizens. Before watch your lesson I had some ideas about the subject but not get me wrong… i said it in a good way. I am not sure but i think that a big percent who wears uniform like them, they feel with a super power to intimidate others… it’s just my view from some them.
thanks again for everything!




i get 7 for 7 good lesson ms james
but I don’t think the law protect every one ,my idea


Thanks a bunch for this handy class, it was very significant understand some rules and laws in many countries which people speak English, rules and laws that are not so differents from my country and I think that in quite nations have a similar legal behavior, obviously there will be a territories that not have these kind of laws. I had one wrong answer and I believe was because I was confused when you was teaching us that when a child, e,g. did some wrong, this guy could receive a punishment, and in the question that speaks about this there was a opción with this information, severe punishment and jail, I finished for choosing the second, how I tell you, I though that punishment was referring only to that sort of bad behavior, respectfully to children, But anyway it was a slight error that I am going to keep in mind,ahh by the way be polite is always a outstanding strategy of the life in any situation… …I would like to ask you a lesson about how to use “by and for”, Profoundly grateful


That is something you have to know when you are in another country. Thanks James this lesson was very good.


thank men you give me a good lesson


Thanks a lot. I did enjoy your video. It is very informative.

Anna Mormil

      we can chat sometimes bro sid if u get chance

      rebi hassen

Thank you very much James! I’ve never seen this kind of video which is about the real life situations. In this video you mentioned very useful information to people who have a plan to live in USA or Canada.


am catching up gradually… thanks


when i read a task or listing to the video i feel my English good, but when i want to speak of write it is not acceptable for me, what should i do pleas advice me


This lesson is great. It contains of many useful words too. Thanks.


HI JAMES.Thanks very much.Therefore Useful lesson.and interesting lesson.but may be so very difficult to talking about police officer.

Muad Abdiaziz

Hi, James. It´s a very nice lesson. But I wouldn’t like to be arrested. Thank you so much. See you soon.

Alberto Marins

I am not learning English only but I’m learning culture of others….Thank you engvid….Thank you James

badr mazen

Respect officer always

Haytham Adil Aldai

Very interesting information.

Jose Silva

Interesting information !:)

Thank you James for making us to understand Basic Law and Regulations,
This is going to be pretty much useful for me I guess.


Very useful lesson.


This lesson is very useful for that situation.I hope I will never meet. XD


I got 71?


I have learned a lot from you Mr.James


Very good lesson ??


thanks james

Alfa Romio

Nice and very useful lesson. Tanks a lot, James.


100 !!
Turn down for what !!!


Hi James!
Thank you for the lesson.


Hey monsters!
Somebody knows if I can use “attending to this book…” in the same way as “according to this book…”?


    as far as i know , NO you can’t … ” attending to this book ” sounds meaningless , this is what i think .


thanks james
but i want script


Nice lecture.


Hi James,
Thank you so much for the lesson.


Thanks a lot for the info teacher James 0020. In Perú 20 is the highest score. I watched your video last week, but I didn’t have the time to answer the quiz or leave a comment so this morning I’ve made them ?


James is the best!


thanks for the lesson I lent so much.


Thanks A lot , Learned Something Very important :)

Tejender Prasad

Thanks and happy new year.


Thank you James.Your lesson are so interest.

Arm Cheng

thanks for this good lesson

Maha Idris

Hi all
May god bless you for this type of job.i think we can learn from each together…for example even from our comment we can learn new words.as i’m do right now.
Every day i learn amount of words .but for best result i found that””my own practice”” i must use them during my relation and chatting and also calling with my friend.but honestly i conclued that to make benfit from your new words””just try to speak and write down the new words “”
Really recording the video”simply from your smart phone “” and then back to watch it….you will find your mistake .so try to correct it and record new video .you will get best result””god willing””.also your pronounciation will be perfect and fluntly.just try to do this .
Thank’s all.
And thnak’s for all who work behind this site”keep going”.

hatim gasm

Thank you James I found this really useful, just one question is this applying to the us law?


It was very interesting and important information. Thank you James!


good lesson.


i got 100 :D




Hello James teacher,

I came across the question of uncountable word ‘knowledge’: Knowledge is a valuable treasure. Can you explain me why after word knowledge there is a ‘a’ (knowledge is uncountable) and if this sentence is right can you explain me the rules.

Thank you


interesting lesson as always.


good lesson James thanhk you

JC Charly

I wasn’t watch the video yet…But i already took the test..I got 6 answered correctly lol…thanks


It’s really helpful & useful .



Alfredo Cameia

I got 71℅ ?☺ useful lesson James!


Nice lesson


Excelent lesson, James. Congratulation.


Thanks James,I started to study by your lesson two days ago, and Now I bealive that I can get my English better.

Xeniya Olzhabayeva

love you James ^^ happy luna new year!!


” yes I nave a speedometer I can see it”)))
James has excellent sense of humor. Great teacher


Hi James, I am Alex, Do u remember me? U are the best teacher…… I love u so much


Thanks a lot.


Awesome! Very usefull cause you never known when you gonna use it!
James is the best!


Thank you for lesson. You are nice artistic teacher.

Welder Misha

Lesson was funny, thanks James :)


You don’t have the marker to fill the blanks, but you have a phone for ID demonstration, James!


Hi James,
can you make a video about the arrest and detain video specifically?


Very funny lesson! Thank you!


I enjoyed it.thanks.

Faruk 53

In California you don’t ask if im being arrested they usually ask if i’m


    Sorry I submitted by accident what I meant is people usually asks am I being detained or am I free to go.


can you do a lesson on Plea Bargaining?


Thanks much James for a wonderful session. I have scored 7/7.

Ranjit Kumar

Thanks for teaching these special English expressions!


Thanks for this opportunity


it’s really useful. thanks james


You must be careful and don’t break the law in the foreign country,But unfortunately if you broke the law,you must face it,Policemen will arrest you,May be you will be put in the jail.you may pay some bail to get temporary freedom.
Is that right?


Hey james! I’ve just started watching at your videos, and I love that ! thing I could not guessed before “learning by watching people speaking …” but it’s awesome, love the way how you teach, you seem to be a good man . thanks!




I got 6 out of 7.it’s not bad,anyway this lession is very very usefull.thanks mr james for making this viedo.

josim uddin

it’s great I got 7


very useful!!!


thanks so much .
your prounciation is so clear. I really like it .
However ,i only got 5/7 in quick test .


Very interesting topic. Thank you a lot! James.


i’m a good policeman, you’re awesome james


Thanks man


Thanks for the lesson James, but i have question..
will they refund you the bail you paid after the trail?
or it’s not refundable?!


You are under arrest because you are a great teatcher


If you ask me, I do not pretend to break the law, but sometimes when you are in a foreign country, you can break it without knowing, as a result of the different cultures, so, unquestionably we should learn this vocabulary. Thank you James!


thank you james it is very useful

aladin aladin

thank you sir.


My favorite teacher


You got 6 correct out of 7.

thanks a lot.

M kartal



This lesson is very interesting, I just could`t stop laughing when seeing the attitude test part…


Excelent and very useful lesson
I ve got 86
Thqnk you very much JAMES


What a superb explanation that was, thank bro.


thank for this lesson…Good tip to follow here in Canada.

Paulo Bet

thx lots and lots! always give us a good example! and I laugh a lot everytime I watch your video! learned a lot today again! thank you James again!


I speak spanish but this lesson was really helpful for me.
Thanks a lot and… give me your ID!!


Thanks for this lesson. I think there are a lot of different system of law from our country to other countries. We have to be careful not to be arrested abroad.


Thanks :)

Shaimaa Nabil

Thanks James!

Silas da Silva

Thank you. God bless you!??

Flavio Rodriguez

7/7 1 time when i was catced with marijuana but with a little quality they let me off with a warning


very grateful for your lesson dear James from engvid


Thanks James.

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