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103 COMMENTS

First mark!
Got 8 correct out of 10.
This lesson is useful especially for me, might be coming back to check this out later. Because I will have to rent out a room when my friend graduated…
Some terms of these phrases are not available/wise to use in a 3rd English country as where am I staying at, Malaysia. Such as “Open plan” and “Period”, if I use this level of word that may not understandable by other people, language is used to communication…
Lastly, Mr.Benjamin, would you like to move to my place? :P

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    Hi BianLei, you made a point. Some of these expression will not make any sense whatsoever for people living in a different socio-cultural context.

    However, for people visiting or living in the U.K. they definitely do make sense

    You must be aware of this all the time.

    As to the lesson I found it quite interesting. Useful and practical phrases when considering moving to another flat; don’t you think so?

    Regards.

    Regino

    Hi teacher, thanks so much for your useful topic. I like the teaching way, it is very interesting and humorous.
    Hi BianLei, I do agree with you that some of words meaning like “open plan” or “period” if we talk in a 3nd English country, it will not make sense. I think it is like native speaker’s slang.

    duongtranvn

It’s a interesting and helpful video¡¡¡
Needless to say, that very well explained also ;)
Regards

Loles

Nice lesson! Thanks.

clagoma

Was a good lesson!

GeorgAmaury

Thanks. It’s usefullessons.

Dr.solaiman

Its very usefull, i got 100 :).

Faris Budiman Annas

I maybe prefer bedsit. Interesting lesson! Thank you, Benjamin :)

Happy04

Thank you usefull lesson

Ukrit

a very useful lesson mate

Amangrgtamu

it was very nice and useful ,thank you .

Serbest

Very interesting video. By the way, I got 100%! wooowwww

marcelu

I will look for an apartment in London.thank you for this lesson…

justyna 1234

first I have to thanks for you Benjamin and I got 10 correct out of 10 that is a satisfactory result for me.

steven

Thanks it s very funny and very nice lesson

LianaMoreiko

9 correct answers out of 10 not bad ; thanks it was really usefull

achwak

i got 9 ouut of 10.This is very useful lesson.
I think when I’ll go to London it will help me.
Thanks Benjamin

sagittaire

good lesson for young couples.

jafar.h.lunbar

thanks a lot it was a very useful video

alikizilaslan

Simply the best!!!!

arsenalforever

Thank you very mach Benjamin.

Nadir

thank you Benjamin

lilijalaveanu

Thanks binjamin i interested in very much and i would like to listen to your lessons

Rori

Hello at every one, Benjamin, please more lessons.
good bye.

moh-avid

I got 10/10. It’s a so useul lesson! Thanks Benjamin

Andrewphilip

I enjoyed every second of this lesson. It was useful and amusing at the same time. Definitely one of my favorites. Thank you Benjamin, just keep it up.

bencebacsi

Nice teaching…

romeo.adriano

Hello every one . Usefull lesson . These are all soft situations in this lesson . I remember going to london and having previously rented a room for 4 days in 2012 just before the olympic games and we had not been allowed to get the room because of a heater breakdown . The landlord just told us with impoliteness that we had to find a new room on our own . Bad situation and let´s say that at that very moment I lost all my words to express my disappointement and try to negociate some help to find a new place where to spend our stay . Are there words to say and not to say in that kind of situation ? Thanks for your help Benjamin and all engvid teachers .

tsamp

I have got 8 out of 10, where is my prize ha ha ha.

WALEED009

Excited lesson, I got 8 out of 10 in the first .

nintouch

It was a kiri lesson, kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirrrrrrrrrrrr

MG74

kir in our country means very very great. It’s a traditional(old) word. have a kiri time everyone.

MG74

Got 10 out of 10 …………….. Thanks for the valuable information :)

Avinash paladugu

Nice, thank you teacher

bundersvaguen

thank you!!!!

Daniar

i v got 10 out of ten it’s a good lesson i wish to live in london anyway i love your accent very much and thknx

sarah zahra

thank you Benjamin
i love your teaching very much

zohrehestiri

this lesson was so useful and enjoy.thanks to this lesson and this mark…

coknes

Thank you Benjamin.This video is very useful.

ThankyouEngvid

Thank you Benjamin :)

mhamed1987

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Thanks benjamin i interested in very much and i would like to listen to your lessons

Rori

thank you Benjamin this lesson is very useful i liked it

nasteha mohamood

dude you are rocking…once upon time I saw such lesson on BBC english learing….

R Kumar

hey there engvid,kindly develop your website where we can make new friends or make a every persons”s inbox option with that source of contact where we can talk on skype to improve aur english thank you.

Kashif shahzad

10/10 What? 250€ for a tinny old flat in London??? And the same bedsit in the suburbs of London?

Jorge Pedroso

Thanks, Sir! I learn some useful phrases by the video. So good.

noneego

Thanks a lot mate, this was very useful.

yunusemreacl

Interesting!! Thank you!

fjavierperezg

This is interesting. I learnt many useful words. Thanks :)

Sanju

Great ! i got 10/10 score. good lesson.Thanks.

abdelazim aldaw

very useful lesson!

gsmarra

It is a useful lesson in a daily life. Thank for your good introduction to me. I will wait for your next lesson.

seungsok

HI Ben, thank you for the useful & practical teaching video. i learnt some new vocabulary for renting apartments. waiting for your next videos

guitar4freedom

Thanks Ben! I loved the new vocabulary. (new for
me)

I think it would be great to have more lessons
like this one in which we can learn a lot of
vocabulary.

Sonia1234

Hi everyone.
get rid of the word “useful” :) An utile lesson. how it sounds?

serkan5309

thanks benjamin.it was a good lesson.

jhon22

Thank you again, Ben! I love your videos.

CarlosBRA

thank you

haider j touma

I had 8 from 10 thanks for lesson

sarvas

Thank you Mr Benjamin

paupau24

very good lesson. Thank you.

Abhi

very good lesson for all

izat farhani

Hi guys,
Would you mind to add on skype to practice English?
eyad babtji

eyad babtji

awesome video Ben)

AlinaUvarova

you are great.

fouzak

I got 9 out of 10!
U r one onf my favorite teachers here, your explanation is terrific. Thank u so much!!!
ps: I’d like to watch more videos like “the James Bond” lesson, that was your best performance.

flavia.lima.an

Thank you , I got 8/10 you are nice teacher.

komsak

Thank you

Noraddeen

Nice lesson. Thank you.

naitsirhc

Thank you for a very useful lesson. I’m looking for a flat, not in London (yet anyway:)), or anywhere in the UK, but your suggestions should come in handy. And I’m also using gumtree :) Thanks again.

Werewolf1974

Thanks Benjamin!!. So nice class. Great!

chavisam

I learnt a lot of new vocabulary about advertisements related to flats for rent.
You’re very creative and funny. I always listen to you twice with no subtitles and then I read them. Thanks a lot.

Silvi@

Its a lot of hard to know

Jonatas Silva Lima

9/10
learning

Imam Tawqer

useful lesson

saruur39

done perfectly dear Benjamin

Sam@eego

Really usfull thanks!

brc75

I just have to say you seem to enjoy teaching a lot!! So nice to find teachers like this!
Tks!

Giuliana Cristina

Very nice lesson! 10/10! Thank you Benjamin!

Isaias Menezes Silva

Thanks.I got 9/10

abdal7

Actually I looked for accommodation in Australia some time ago. And I had practiced all the situation about leasing(just like Benjamin do in this lesson), and I even print out the general tenancy agreement

mavissscc

Very good lesson and useful vocabulary. Thank you Benjamin.

Iwetta

ready to move to London now, thanks!

Canardo

i enjoyed watching your lesson, i appreciate the way you explain it

asmao

Thanks, Benjamim! 10 out of 10 lol

SergioAlmeida

Hi Benjamin, you’re really very cool👍😁

Jacy

That’s expensive!

Lorcy Gabriel

thank you

samibbmax

Thank you, it is really a very useful and informative lesson.

Jacy

thanks

MohammedN

I’m looking for a flat right now, that’s why I watch this video.
But I didn’t find the two swedish girls.
Thanks a lot Benj

Morens13

it is so useful in duty live specially if you have alot of travels between a defferent places.
thanks benjamin

alisam

I´m going to make a call to Maria… I´m looking for a rental flat. shared it with two swedish girls. Good idea. ( je,je, no really )
Thank you Benjamin.

Alexer

that lesson is great

carlvin

I really enjoyed this lesson. But I would like to know how I’m supposed to pronounce correctly the word “directly”. At 8:20 in this video, the teacher says the fist two letters [di] like “die” sound. But, if I look at my dictionary and in some others videos, I notice that the sound of [di] is like the word “different”. So, which one of these pronunciations is correct ? Maybe they are both correct ? Sorry if this question has already been raised gentlemen !

A french native speaker.

Tony54

thank you, a useful lesson, best regards

noualg

Informative lesson..Thanks Benjamin

Shkruallah175@gmail.com

Thanks Benjamin! Very useful and important advices.

Evandro Prado

Thanks a lot Benjamin for this lesson

Safaa76

thank you Benjamin!

Sidnaire

Thank you Mr. Benjamin.

Alex-1956

I’m happy I got 10 of 10

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