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66 COMMENTS

hey adam. thank you for this wonderful lesson. i scored 8/9. will keep all your instructions in mind whenever i would plan to go to a restaurant with my family or friends.

palakshi nautiyal

9/9
Thanks a lot, Mr.Adam for top-notch advice to deal with servers in restaurants.
If I don’t understand what they ask me, or if servers in restaurants don’t understand my response, I really may get food that I didn’t want!That sucks!

Jannyl

Thanks Adam. I will be more comfortable the next time I travel.

beernaard

Hello I’m from Egypt
and need to improve my language can you support

Adam salah eldeen

    Hi Adam,

    Yes, we’ll keep putting up videos on this channel, so you can come learn all types of English expressions. You can also fee free to ask questions. Good luck :)

    Adam

Thanks Mr Adam

Bahati

Thank you so much, Mr. Adam, that was helpful 🫶🏻

Luma99

thanks

senethgiraldo

thanks Mr.Adam

1412-kid-@w@

it was a very helpful lesson

luigi1677

Hi Adam
Simon here.
where can i write a task one and task two letter and have you look at it and tell me where i go wrong.

Simon Pretorius

Hi Adam! Thank you very much for a wonderful lesson.”Tap or draught?” – must be about beer? What’s the difference? I guess I ought to look for the beer lesson that you mentioned)

tuutikki

    Hi Tuutikki,

    Draught, draft, or on tap all refer to beer poured from a keg as opposed to in a bottle or can. Hope this helps.

    Adam

Thank you so much for the lesson.

Mari Galstyan

What does mean “draft” ?

HILDA56

    Hi Hilda,

    In sports, a draft is the occasion when teams select amateurs from college or lower leagues to join their professional teams.

    In other contexts, draft has several meanings. You can check a dictionary to see all of them.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

I got a scored 5 out of 9 but I enjoyed it because I learned new things to take into account in a restaurant. Thank you so much for this useful lesson. Greetings!

Andres ayala

    Keep working on it, Andres. You’ll be getting 10/10 soon enough :)

    Adam

Thanks Adam! Good lesson!

DIDZIS

Thanks Adam!

osjunior

I have learned from it lot thank you Mr Adam

shagawa92

Thanks Adam and this lesson is helpful

Bakar@32

Once when i was in Ieland i went in a restaurant and the waiter said very quickly so i didn t undertend nothing that him said but i agree with him. my food came with a big hot pepper, i drank a lt of water

miqeias de paulo ferreira

    Food can be an adventure Miqeias :)

    Hopefully, now you won’t have too many surprises.

    Adam

I can’t differ between sometimes and sometime

walaazaki

    Hi Walaazaki,

    Sometimes means occasionally, that is, not always but not never. Sometime means an unknown time.

    Students sometimes ask me interesting questions.
    I will retire sometime in the future.

    Does this help?

    Adam

Thank you so much for this informative lesson.
I learned a lot. I am sure next time I’ll go to a restaurant; I will know what and how to order my meal. And all thanks to YOU.
AMAZING.

kpCaste79@

Teacher Adam thank you very much, I learned a lot of lessons from you. again thank you.

Abdikarim48

thank you so much

sarah srian

Hello,Adam
I have a question, please.
I know that the word “every” should be followed by a singular countable noun. But I came across this sentence:”I wish you two every happiness.” “Happiness” is an uncountable noun; why is it used with “every”in this sentence?
Thank you in a advance.

Roroy Kh E

    Hi Roroy,

    This is am exception, a fixed expression. I wish you every form of happiness. It can be replaced as such:

    I wish you all the happiness (in the world).

    Does this help?

    Adam

thanks mr adam

Sabalo

thank you so much

Ashraf eid

Hey Adam thank you for the lesson please we need more vocabulary

Doha93

Thank you

Shira.mirza

Thank you

Yahyahussein1990

I get 7 i am really happy

lailaeng

Thank you Mr Adam it’s very useful 👍

Mostafa30382

Thank you everyone :)

Adam

9/9 Thank you so much mr adam

Abdalrahmanahmid

Hi Adam I’m from Saudi Arabia and think you for everything 🫶

aboodi8221

Thank you so much

Vimal Patel

Thank you

LCLUBUN

AWESOME LESSON! THANK YOU
GOD BLESS YOU!
FROM BRAZIL.

carlos e m n

Useful lesson! Thanks so much!

Israel Lucas

Thanks

Bluebloo

Thank you so much Adam

BASMA 222

Thanks Mr.Adam

Abdelazizsabri

Thanks a lot for this lesson but l always feel hard with listening what should I do Mr Adam ?

mohamed226

hello Adam
I’ve started watching your videos just a few weeks ago and i am so interesting and helpful for me.
thanks and good luck.

Ahmed Alsuwaye

thaanks adem for this i’ll keep learn from this vedeo keeeep going

lina rihab

That is a good lesson for those who want to improve their speaking.
Thank You,Mr.Adam.

YA30N

Thanks sir

Salmia Mehdi nazim

I got 8 of 9.
Still water comes in a bottle and has bubbles in it.

Nanoha

    I made a mistake.
    Sparkling water comes in a bottle and has bubbles in it.

    Nanoha

Thank you for the tips, that would help a lot when next i visit a restaurant.

Bekeche

thank you. Mr.Adam. You`re an amazing person.

IvDzen

Pretty useful. Waiters expect you to know what to order quickly.

sabujo

Thank You for the nice lesson! It`s definitely will be useful for newcomers.

Nikita.Suvorov

Thank you, teacher.

issa119

Thank you, Teacher. I scored 10/10. I like how your explanation, easy for me to understand it. Once again Thank you so much.

Lina M.

Sorry 9/9.

Lina M.

I remembered my trip went to Los Angeles the first time.
When I was heard that “How would you like your steak?”, ordered “Medium rare please”🍽️

yuri97

hi everyone !

chaima kachroudi

thnaks!

Carlos Wiliam Brito Santos
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