cold one? This means you were invited to go drink some beer. In many countries (and most English-speaking countries), beer is a big a part of the local culture, so it’s a good idea to know some of the language involved with this celebrated drink. In this lesson, we will look at beer types, customs, and even the process of making beer. I’ll talk about vocabulary, slang, expressions, and more. So sit back and relax with a
brewski, and enjoy the lesson!
I don’t understand englis
Beer is a very bad drink
Keep trying Mr. Miyaa :)
WHAT A GOOD REPLY !!!!
I agree: keep on trying, keep on testing, keep on tAsting
Good lesson! Thank you :)
Hello Adam sir m just wondering y u choose this topic.
Means how u get idea for a beer lec…..
But anyway the lesson was really cool like a chilled beer… Cheers ?
We often make lessons based on requests. Many students come to Canada or the UK, or any country that has a beer culture, so they want to know how to discuss this topic with the locals.
beer is forbidden in Egypt or you can say it’s ( haram )proscribed by Islamic law.for me i haven’t drunk a beer before , any way thanks Adam .
That’s the thing about English, Yasser… it applies to all areas of a culture.
Thanks Adam!!!Really interesting explanations, specially the first part where you explain how is beer made ;)
how beer is made ;)
Thanks for this interesting and useful lesson! I like beer.Thats I interest a little bit the technological process of making beer and the culture of drinking in different countries. Your lesson made my day:)
Ohhh sorry for my English
in Europe and particularly Germany, there ara a lot of “alkoholfrei” products;these aro so good that sometime, expecially when they are drinked cold, you couldn’t say if you are drinking an alcoholic or an non-alcoholic beer.
Thanks for this nice lesson.
Can’t say the same for Canada, Riccardo ;)
Very useful and inebriating lesson!
Adam, I have forgotten to wish you a very Happy Easter!
Thanks Byte :). To you as well (belatedly).
Thanks for the lesson…!!
Its a very useful lesson. I like beer and your classes. Thanks for all Adam¡
That’s a great lesson for who want to learn english. thx for your introduction about beer.
ok, I think this my first comment here in Engvid, but I have to write it, its a wonderful video, not only because of its English information but also duo to its lovely topic Beer, so thanks for this pretty video
Hi, vantoo! We’re glad you liked it.
Really nice and interesting lesson! Thanks a lot!
And cheers! :D
Hello Adam! What type of beer do you prefer? I prefer craft beer and I like American pale ale and India pale ale but only cold.
I like the darker beers, including IPA (India Pale Ale). I also prefer the craft beers.
Our hop plants are overrun with hop weevil, the crops are ruined, My Liege
lol. I like it ;)
I remembered that phrase right when I heard the part about hops in the video.
Actually I don’t have any information about beer.
I hope this lesson helped a bit with that Narges.
Very nice lesson! I shared with a friend who likes craft beer.
Hi Adam! I’ve read a couple of new books. So I improved my vocabulary a little bit:
By the way, the max result on this test is 45000 words, so I’m glad too.
I’ve watched the movie “The Grand Seduction”(Canada,2013). I can say, you guys like drinking too. Funny movie by the way!
I’ll check it out Katrin :)
In Brazil craft beer is named chopp! on tap! thanks Mr.Adam! Nice lesson! thanks engvid! I drunk a beer on tap right now! :)
we really enjoy drinking Brahma beer here in Argentina. one of my best beer ever. Greetings
Hi Adam, great lesson. I want you to note that
something is not working with the quiz.I´ve tried it several times but after the first question, I can´t follow to the next one. wish you a very happy Easter, take care!
Now It is working, It might have been my computer.
Glad it’s working Pussy in Boots :). Glitches do happen sometimes. We try to be on top of it.
Thank you for the very awesome lesson about Beer!!
9/10! Thanks Adam.
Chopp, the best one. Summer and chopp.
Perfect lesson! 100% :). No problem, because I am from kingdom of the beer – Czech republic:))
Indeed you are Milan :)
well these are different names of beers in different countries, different country united with one brand or beer.I am from the Dominican Republic the Dominican beer is Preseident s beer in which you may have a unique flavor and not bitter flavor.to be honest i hardly ever drink a beer when i hang out i mean beer is not allowed you appetite benefit.i have just met different beerds there is one of the Idia what flavor is really fascinated when you can chug right away it is so delicoius
Beers are become really common among tourist in Dominican Republic i am living in Punta Cana. Tourists really love enjoying the moment with beers they do not want to hang out in a square with not drinking a beers. Here are more beers brands in the Dominican what they are Quisqueba s beer, The Prident, Amber but our beer is the president.
Yes, Luis, many Canadians go to Dominican to escape the winter, and yes, they do love beer.
Great lesson Adam! I believe beer is part of our culture as well. In Costa Rica We have the Florida Ice and Farm Company S.A., which is the biggest beer company, but nowdays we got new brewing companys producing very good cold ones.
Thank you Adam. Thirsty now…
Adam, is the beige color commonly used in Canada and America? Or maybe there’s more popular word for such color? Thank you.
It is, because it’s neutral and doesn’t offend. You can also call it latte, sandy, etc. More common is cream or taupe.
Hello. I’m confused about Quantifiers and adverb of degree.for example we can say “I’m a little sick.”
Quantifier is used for degree of the adjective. How about “I love you much”.much is used for degree of verb. Thank you for your help.
Technically, you can say I love you much, but this is not common. More common is I love you very much, or I really love you.
Beers ares an interesting issue. Thanks
In Russia there is an old tradidtion to drink a lot of vodka and get into a car after
Hopefully to sleep on the back seat ;)
on the back seat of a police car or even worse a car you have crashed into
hi Adam could you please create a video about management and all its spheres? i think a lot of as will be very thankful for that especially i am .
Hi adam you r great teacher .i m ur big fan. I wanna ask u as we say they got married. We can say they got separated. Thnx wait for ur reply.
Plz adam answer
Yes, you can use got with both actions. (got married, got separated, got divorced or got a divorce).
Hi adam i wanna ask as we say they got married .we can say they got separated.is this correct.thnx
Adam, tx for this interesting topic!
Hey Adam, great lesson! I’ve got a question about “cannot” in some occasions. e.g.”the importance of agriculture cannot be overstated”. my mate tell me it means “it’s never enough to state the importance of agriculture”. Shouldn’t it be “couldn’t” instead of “cannot”? You know, by using subjunctive mode. So which one is right?
You are making an emphatic statement (the importance of…). In this case, cannot is the correct verb. Generally we use this about a fact, or an opinion, either of which generally use the simple present because they are not time dependent (a fact is always true, an opinion is presented at the moment it’s expressed).
cannot be overstated means that you cannot stress it too much. There is no such thing as an exaggeration when it comes to this point.
Does this help?
Thank you Adam for very funny lesson.
thanks Adam it is interesting!
Thank you! Cheers! :)
Adam, a draft beer is a fresh beer? Is it the same?
Tx for the lesson.
I think so, Dudrito. It means not in a bottle or can.
Thanks everyone. I appreciate the beer tips ;)
Hi adam i have watched ur lecture on causative verbs.i wana ask that let’s get the shopping done,is passive causative of get .that mean i offer some to shop.or its mean simply lets do shopping.i m very confused in use of get .as get it done.and above one which i have written in detail. I hope u will reply for my ease. Thnx
Literaly a refresh lesson haha. I really enjoy it. Thanks for the tips Adam!
Hey Adam you an awesome teacher pls make a video about phrasal verb using the verb go i sincerely appreciate u
Will do ;)
Thanks for lesson. i hope this website will help me for learn english :)
Thanks for the video, Adam. Talking about beer is very good. Drinking a cold one is even better. Here in Brazil we only take it very cold because of our hot weather for most of the year. Our favorite type of beer is the lager. Goodbye.
Thanks Adam for this very useful lesson….I am able now to offer a cold on to someone lol
I got 100. Meanwhile, I drink Black label on the rocks. Thank you very much, Adam. CHEERS!!!
Great Lesson!) Thanks Adam! And what about strong alcoholic drinks in your country? (Vodka, Whiskey, Jin, Tekila ets) Could you please make a lesson about it? :)
Adam, I really like your lessons! You’re a really cool teacher!) Thx!)
Beer, beer, beer, I like drink beer, Thank Adam.
It seems interest is the best teacher.I got 90 ：）.
Hi Adam, thanks for this lesson.
I won’t reach for a bottle of beer just yet as I’m still at work in Sydney, Australia.
This question may not be related to this topic, but could you answer it for me?
A Namibian soccer coach, happy about his team’s victory, said: “I want to say to all the players, I love you.” What sentence structure is this?
Great class and i have to quench my thirst. LOL
7/10. I confuse about hops, ferment, stout
A very good lesson,interesting…
So ale-lager-stout-wheat-cider is strong-weak?
Adam, would you consider making a video “Talking about people’s behavior”? I would love to learn more adjectives describing people’s way of talking or treating other people, both positive and negative, like: snobby, braggy, conceited, etc. and possibly their opposites (although not all of them may have one). Often times, when I look up a word in google, I am offered at least ten variants, and I am never sure which one is most commonly used. Some of them sound very formal, others – more slang. It also takes a lot of time reverse-checking them. (or: It also takes a lot of time to reverse-check them – which is correct?) Having watched a lot of your lessons, I am sure you would come up with the best possible examples!
hi, I”m from Belgium where beer is also a very important thing.
we have many sorts, like “pils”, “trappiste”, “triple”, etc…
Our great names: Orval, Duvel, Stella Artois, Jupiler, Westmalle, Chimay,Rochefort, leffe, and so many others.I see that also in Canada, people don’t spit on it (as we say in Belgium) .
Thank you for this, I really appreciate your lessons and the way you do it
even if you speak a little too fast for me.
I love Belgian beers! My favourite kind is Flemish red ale. Although now that I learn about the spit, I don’t know… ?️
Great Lesson. I’m from Brazil and I love beers.
9/10! When I was young, I like to drink beer every, then got the beer-belly which like a pregnant.
thanks for the beers. chug!