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thank you for quality education .

Ahmed El Borno

    excellent lessons. congratulations. The way you explain the lessons is excellent. Thank you very much

    yolanda velarde

    Emma I appreciate what you do. Whenever you have time, I would like you to explain the difference between the words prior to and before

    ralph123

good lessen..thank you

rose

thank you
i liked the lesson

rabii

thanks

Andre

    Emma that was a pretty good English lesson. I can understand perfectly the difference between raise and rise. When you have a chance, i would like you to provide us with some examples as to when we should use the following expression ( as far as) or a set of verbs followed by the preposition on and at. Thank you very much!!!!!!

    ralph123

thank you Emma for this lesson and I’m looking for anther lesson like these .

ABDULRAHIM HAMID

Really was very good lesson . Keep giong

Muhammad alhadyan

I very happy because I have score good mark .

ABDULRAHIM HAMID

it’s helpful, thanks.

agnes0429

thanks for your lesson Emma..:)

ekobudisantoso

hi Emma,is it correct to lift my hand?

Engvid

many thanks for your effort on this website,
I am confused about ( be going to ) and ( will ) I know some of the differences but I am not sure yet , please help me , I want to use them fast with complete understanding.

Saad

thanks for your lesson, but your lesson is not enough. Transitive and intransitive is one kind of the diffirences.They still have another diffirence in meaning!. Can you help us clarify more ?

Le Minh Tam

Thanks a lot!

hieu

Thank you for teaching! It’s really helpful.

huakwu

Thanks a lot for your listen my teacher! ^^

Butterfly

Wow!!! this lesson is awesome,could you give us more examples with the irregular verb “RISE” in past participle “RISEN”.
Thank you.

Israel Cuellar

    Hi Israel,

    Here are some more examples:

    1) She has risen to the occasion = she has been successful.

    2) Gas prices have risen this week.

    3) The price of gold has risen significantly since 2009.

    4) Because of the flood, the river water has risen to a new level.

    5) The number of children with obesity has risen to a very dangerous level.

    Emma

      Thank you!

      cool13

      i have learnt some where,the word rise is using for son and appear is used for moon specifically..what you say about this

      WIQAR AHAMD

        sorry sun not son..

        WIQAR AHAMD

        You can say “the moon rises” too, but the moon often rises during the day when we can’t see it, so unless you’re actually talking about moonrise you can say “appears”.

        engVid Moderator

      Hi Emma,
      Many thanks for such magnificent lesson.
      I have a question:
      You said above (Gas prices have risen this week)
      What about if we said the same sentence, putting the Gas prices in the form of object, in this case, shall we say (Gas prices have BEEN risen or RAISED?)

      Regards,

      AhmadMahmud

I love your English class Emma, thand you very much.

Pagony

You made my english level rose.

simon

It’s very helpful.

morstakj

Emma ! u r wonderful and so ur lessons ………… try to be more relaxing ;), sometimes i´ve noticed ur nervous try to eat u … do not let it happens

Thx again for the topic >_<

Julian

Thank You my teacher for lessons provided !!!

Khura

ok done i do very well

siddharth shetty

thankx emma, i like your lesson
Good work, keep it up

sandy001

Thank you, Emma. Did I understood it right, that when the subject RAISE for ex. a glass, this glass RISES? So, can I say: I raise a glass, and a glass rises? And, please, tell me abot the difference betveen THAN and THEN. Thank you in advance

milly45

    Hi Milly,

    You’ve got it! Great example! Thank you for your video suggestion.

    Emma

great lesson.. you re soo fantastic teacher.

mwisaumatz87

Dear Emma,

Thanks a lot for your kind cooperation.
I would be appreciated if would advise me how can I start study english I am completely confused. I tried a lot with many websites and books but I feel I am still have poor english.
How should start, with grammer or Voc or what? I am really confused. So I need plan for effective study. Also how can I write effective business emails?

I would be appreciated if you would send me your prompt reply to my email id below just for easy reference.
daliali75@yhotmail.com

I wish you all the best.

Best regards,
daliali

daliali

Thank you so much for this lesson.
Until now, nobody could properly explain me the differences between these two verbs. But after your lesson,i finally got it! thanks again!

Gema

Thank you so much for this lesson.
Until now, nobody could properly explain me the differences between these two verbs. But after your lesson,i finally got it! thanks again!!!

jamila1993

thanks alot

taiwan

Thanks.But I want something our teachers.Please dont speak very fast beacause this is not our native language.Thanks.

alkantr

    Just listen carefully (if any word that u andrstnd just repeat it) and it is going to be easy to u learn and u will always common to listen in fast way.

    jemahmad

love your lesson.

James B

great lesson.. you are soo amazing teacher.

Yahya

I raised my knowledge! Thank you! (Sidney – Brazil)

Sidney

Thanks.

roanam45

I´ve been learning english a couple month ago and here I raised my knowledge. Thanks a lot this web site is really nice to learning englis

Eduardo

Thanks a lot !!

summerson

I like your speaking,you are differ from others ,this time I can get more things during the lesson,thank U so much dear EMMA :) keep going,
best regards
from AZERBAIJAN

bakhtiyar ali

I like it

Azman83

thanks

tarek77

Thank you so much.It was very clear for underestant.

mitra

Hi
Dear EMMA my lovely teacher.I really like your this lesson Thank you very much for this to teaching us and …you look good in red
love to see you again….

khan99

Can we use the word “arise” other than “rise” with the same rules that you’ve taught?

duleepa

    Hi Duleepa,

    Excellent question! You would use arise just like rise, eg. He arose from his chair.

    Arise sometimes means to appear or originate, eg. New problems often arise. New problems arose. New problems have arisen.

    Thanks for your question.

    Emma

      I was pleased with your reply. Thanks a lot for your additional information.

      duleepa

Thanks!

rios

I am very clearly about rise and raise by you teach. Thanks Emma

Xin Wang

thank you so much very useful

hussam

Thanks to engvid.com, and to my teacher Emma, I am so happy to watch this useful lesson, because really I’ve got some confusion when I read newspaper, but now every thins is OK.

M. Johmani

dear Emma, could you please arrange expression lesson about the family members and relatives.

M. Johmani

THANK YOU EMMA. IT WAS REALLY HELPFUL. I SHALL BE GRATEFUL IF YOU CAN SHOW US THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AFFECT AND EFFECT.

sarah

Wonderful lesson make me more understanding like the sun shine on me

Supattra

Gracias teacher I’d like you to do thousands of lessons, I love the way you explain.

MAGDIEL

thanks alot mrs emma this is very very good lesson i understand very well but i have question may i say you must raise your knowledge business life etc

Abdelle

thank you so much this was clear and useful! , looking forward to see more lessons for you :)

arwa

Emma,you are great teacher who knows how to explain clarly given problem. Can you prepare similar lesson for “lie” and “lay”? This is second pair of verbs which are confiusing in Poland. Please, please, please…:)

gosia

    Hi Gosia, thank you for your comments. I’ve made a video on this subject. It should be up in the coming weeks. Thanks for watching!

    Emma

Thank you very much Emma ! i am getting too much information , both from the topic of the lesson and from your speech. I will stop watching your videos when the sun rises from the west ! :))

bilel

Hi .Emma,
I am believed that you are a nice teacher and your teaching is very helpful i really want to continue with you in future be success in your life.

Akbar

    Thank you all for your comments and suggestions!

    Emma

Hi, Emma! I can’t see the lowest string of the “Raise” text on the board:( If I was in the class I’d ask you to write transcription of this two words and to underline the difference.
Thank you for the lesson very much)

Anny

Thanks Emma I got it.

Asif Ali

Dear mam,
Greetings !

I do not know, why the lessons are not to able to watch ? video is not showing on web. Please help.
Regards

limbu

    dont be so stupid

    ridhwan

    to watch it, just go to yuotube and u can watch it well, then if u wanna take a quiz bout what u’v watched just see the description below and u will get it.

    jemahmad

great learning

ansh

Thank you very much emma I learn a lot I like this kind of lessons my english is get in better every day

moises

l like your teaching way thank u lotsa)

ziya777

Hiii Emma! thanks for ur kind and humanitarian support with the learner, so culd u please show me a way for downloading ur nice and respectul teaching vedio? if possible please show me the best way for downloading,

best wishis
ur student

Sayed Gulaqa

Hi Emma,
it’s really a nice lesson thanks to you wonderful teechers

majideng

sory” teachers”

majideng

Thanks Emma! This was a good lesson

Ale

Your class was very good. thanks.

Fernando Mello

very helpful lesson, thanks a lot;)

peterpol

thanks)

vusala

u raised me up so i can stand on mountains Emma….thanks for teaching us..

linglong

    I love it when you guys use the material in the lesson in your comments. Keep up the good work!

    Emma

      very helpful, thank you :)

      aminrasrb

I have one question
What The difference between
Arise ===> rise

Muns

    Arise is more abstract than rise. We often use arise when we are talking about opportunities, situations or problems. If something arises, it appears and people become aware of it. Here are some examples:

    A problem arose in the kitchen.

    I will go to China next year, if the opportunity arises.

    A difficult situation will arise if you continue to behave that way.

    It can also have the same meaning as rise. In this case, it means ‘to get up’, ‘to get out of bed’ or ‘to stand up’. Be careful when you use it in this way because it is more formal than rise and may sound a little strange if you use it in casual conversation.

    Emma

my mother has raised me, all my freakin’ life even I’m 38. thanks god. I apreciate ur effort cutie teacher. more english pleaseeeeeeeeeee.

Efrain

Thank you a lot! Your voice are so cleary and easy to hear! ^^

Hai Ying

great lesson,tanks a lot

regi49

thanks Emma now I know how to used rise, raised and risen it helps a lot I expect more video from you. God bless and more power Engvid.com.

raniealera81

thank Emma, it is so easy right now. You are raising our English knowledge.

shadi000

i got 6 scores of 7 questions

laila

    Excellent! Well done!

    Emma

thank you in deed Emma

nabmon

you help me lot as a teacher

joney01

Thanks Emma ,i love your lessons

ernosto02

I can clearly see some of my mistakes now.

…I hate when it occurs.

(sorry).

candorino

    We all make mistakes! Even people whose first language is English sometimes make mistakes when they write and speak.

    Emma

thank you very much teacher Emma.i am a new student in your class…

swagger

    Welcome to engvid swagger! I hope you enjoy our videos!

    Emma

i feel great now with teacher Emma.because she teaches me English in proper way which i want to learn

swagger

I’ve just seen “Prepositions in English – OF” by Emma and I’ve found that the correct is “A story of love” NOT “a love’s story” as I wrote. I’ve learnt so many things in three hours!

So I meant “A story of love” instead “a love’s story”.

candorino

thank you for helpfull. yourteaching is fascinate. do you wont to work Azerbaijan?

mehin

hi Emma thankfull for helping us. your teaching is fascinate. I have a question Do wont to work Azerbaijan. There have many english course. Why you dont wont to work there? I love your patient

inci88

    I have friends who have visited there. They loved it and told me it’s a great place to go. Hopefully one day in the future, I will visit Azerbaijan.

    Emma

Thanx so much .. Thats awesome ^,^

mohammad18

Thanks Emma . U raised my english .

gg77

Thanks

gg77

mind blowing excellent.

anwar72

Thanks!!

lumarcosp

Great lesson! :)

pataghina

why you dont answerd my question. are you care for my question?
:(

mehin

    good evning. if you have face adress please send me. i beseech you. because i more need quickly improve my english speaking and writing. i wait our message

    inci88

    Sorry mehin! It takes time to answer all of the comments for the videos. I try my best to answer quickly, but sometimes it may take me a little longer.

    I want to thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

    Emma

good lesson , i now can use rise and raise each one in the correct place
thanks alot Emma
raise needs object and rise dosent need it ,,,

Abdulrahman

    Exactly!

    Emma

thank u v much teacher Emma

omarabdalaziz

Senhorita Emma,

a lot of mistakes were made, and I’m frankly not happy about them! (I saw “using the passive voice to avoid responsibility”). But please, please forgive me. I was trying to use the vocabulary of the lesson in my comment. I made some adjusts, and I’m going to post it again in a few minutes (or at least, try it).

That reminds me, I forgot to comment about James’ video. Speaking of James, he loves Batman. If you ask me I would say “yeah Batman is good but what about Wolverine?”.

Well, I was Just kidding, Emma. I really like Wolverine, but I do prefer Batman (I’m holding with you on this one, James).

Well, I’m going to send “that” comment again and if worse comes to worst, I can always say that Batman is better than Wolverine, AHAHAHA.

Ok, listen to me. You’re right. Wolverine is better, but to hell with it. =P

God Bless you, Emma!

candorino

    xD There we go again:

    Hell yeah! I loved it! Oh, my profane tongue! I must not use such terrible language! Was the evil itself who possessed me and made of my tongue its slave. I’m using a program called LINGOES that help me check IF what I’m writing is correct. But it can’t help me with the grammar.

    Let me tell you a story of respect. Was on a turbulent day and I’d lost my memories in some kind of hole in my soul. A weird man in a fancy suit invited me to his town and said that a dead fellow cannot walks beside the alive. He was referring to me as a dead! The death suits well in this kind of closes.

    I was devastated! How could the death itself come at me without be requested? Doubts AROSE, loud as rainstorm, fast as a lady’s love!

    I claimed: “You, Death, shall not take me!” And suddenly (did I say that I was on YouTube? I didn’t know how to use “raise” and “rise” so I went there seeking for help) a guardian Angel Came and said:

    “Hi there, my name is Emma, and today we’re going to talk about a very common mistake.”

    I have never seen such sensitivity in my whole life! Her smile was like millions of needles in my chest, I was breathless, her sweetie voice ate each piece of my essence, then I looked into her eyes and I saw…

    I saw it! The heavens couldn’t express more perfection than Emma’s soul! She RAISED me from my deep nightmare whose director was a man called anguish. I was convinced that she was going to help me about the misunderstand mine: “are you saying to me that “Raise” is not a name of a personality from Mortal Combat Game?”

    Then, Emma took my brain on her bare hands and said: “Dearest friend, what a shame! Your ignorance is limitless! Why did you involve us in such pointless conversation?”

    Therefore I apologize, and the truth is that, the Emma’s soul? I saw it not. The video has low quality for such amazing miracle.

    For you, wonderful teacher, dearest professor who will ignore my comment (again), MY HIGHEST RESPECT! Not just because you helped me in my confusion (I still think that Raise is a name of a personality from Mortal Combat), but because this disposition and patience yours on help people around the world (I’ve tried once, but no one wanted to learn Portuguese. What a shame! To hell with it.

    Well, sorry for the long letter… I guess that I can always say I was practicing (Actually, I’m going to make long comments to each teacher on this web site, James will be the next, I’m just storing knowledge).

    At last, as I’m a beginner I couldn’t find my mistakes above. Despite it, I know they exist. I apologize again.

    …It’s just a guy using a fake name from some strange country trying to learn something with his mistakes and with the knowledge of people like you…

    Thank you, Senhorita Emma!

    candorino

    I meant “I’ve seen ‘using the passive voice to avoid responsibility” instead of “I saw ‘using the passive voice to avoid responsibility” =P

    candorino

      I am impressed! You have clearly mastered a lot of the lessons and write eloquently! Thanks for watching so many of the lessons.

      If you ask me, you’re one hell of a student!

      Emma

Emma, would you mind give me a hand? I was trying to say something about James on the first comment, but I mess it up. What is the correct:

1) I’m holding with you on this one James.
or
2) I hold on with you on this one James.

Actually, I think both is wrong. xD

candorino

    Neither really work. Here’s a few alternatives you can use:

    I’m sticking with James on this one.

    I’m with James on this one.

    Emma

HI Emma your lesson was really really helped me a lot .
i asked you a question before this video but you didn’t answer me please help me out to use these words i.e. whose whom and who
and their clauses .

taimooralvi

Thank you so much for this and all others lessons, I have learned a lot. I still having trouble with the English lenguage.
I just love this site. sorry for my broke English.

Laura

Thx for teach me :D

tottor01

Great topic teacher its such a help us to understand the difference between these two words,

teacher can you please advice me where i got all the information of your lectures, for own learning,

waiting your reply..

Thanks
Adnan

dani727

thnx emma alot

asmaa91

Hi Emma can you do fervor for me to explain about transnational word like however in addition more ever so on and how to connect two sentence together and thank you for all teacher at engvid

Ahmad

magnificent help, I hope there will be more like these videos

marball

Thanks
it was a very good lesson thanks Emma

hatem

Thank you dear Emma.I will follow all of your lessons.

KURT

Hi Emma, this is not a question about this lesson but I don’t know where to post general questions. Ok the question is: is the same to say “he left” and “he is gone” ? Left or gone? Which one is the right or better to say somebody is not here anymore? Thanks and regards.

cabaaso76

    Hey, I´ve done some research with the following results: he is gone -> means that he is dead. He left -> physically left some place (house). If you use perfect tense with gone, the meaning should be the same as left(He has gone). But first I presume to wait for the teachers´ answer.

    Pavuk11

Hi Emma,
What is the role of ‘want to’ in the sentence ‘i want to raise my children in England’. Is it a verb? Does the whole of ‘ want to raise’ constitute the verb?

pulikuthjavid

Thank you Ma’am for the lesson. I am so thankful to find this free video English lessons. Thank you Madam and Sir.

nicobacay

hi emma i wanna u explain the difference between would be , may , should , may have been when i speak 2 someone .. thx ppe

asmaa91

thank you so much Emma,but my teacher always says RISE YOUR HAND, thats mean
he is wrong or it can be correct
tell me please .

saleem

Thanks my teacher a lot.
I’ve got a question, what does your sentence “You mush rise”.

jalalsfs

thnx good lesson

abid amin

Thank you Emma! So, we would say ‘high raised building’?

ghazala zafar

Hello Emma!
Great lesson. You’re a great teacher. At last I understood the diference between these verbs. Thank you very much. Kind regards from Portugal

adurao

Thank you very much for your lesson. Now I can use those words correctly!!!

cachua90

hi Emma its really nice I was searching online teaching and i fond a perfect platform. thank you very much is there any series of your lessons to learn eng??

sunnypd

Une lesson très pertinente.

Congrulations

cordelia04

I rase my hand to say ,”I learned a wonderful lesson” THANK YOU

NABI

Hi,Emma!

What’s the correct prepositions designed to both verbs rise and raise?Could I say,for instance,”I raise my hands towards the sky to thank God”,meaning directions only?

dsilva179

Hi Dear Emma i listened and watched your very really nice video teaching, which is so important for us. so i hope you send me the new one by my Adress. thaks alot be alive.

Zabi

Thank so much. Greetings from Colombia.

licenciadomejia

hi, there
thanks fro your greaat lesson
it is awsome

bluedream2692

thank you

saraalatawi

Hi , Ms. Emma
Which one of those is correct?
1) car race
2) car races

3) cars race
4) cars races
THANKS.

Atef

Thank you Emma i remember my parent raised me to say thank you to every one that help me in life, honestly and truly i just have to say thank you for all your effort in helping me.

rahmatuld

Thank you Emma ..
your explain is very easy and nice ..

reqah

what is the difference between

1 would have been and would have
2 could have and could have been
3 should have and should have been

Ramesh patil

great thank u

shubham33235

thank you very much!

hafiz

great! I can learn english watching the video. I got 6 out to 7.

englishstudent1

Thank you so much.

Bank

thank you im happy with the lesson

marcio10

thanks

jozef123

good to understand

mayank

10x :) so usefull

hachex

hi emma
Thanks for your lesson.
Invoice is to be raised on the basis of Purchase order. is this correct?

raja

Thank you I’m new student here I’m very happy to improve my english.

luis123

hi emma
could you tell me about tofel examination types?
thanks alot

waldimi

I love ur dress

Abdullah

Thank you for the answer my comment. InshALLAH when you wont to came Aerbaijan I wont to meet with you.
i neeed quicly improve speaking and writing. What am i do? are you send me personal e mail face or skpy address?

inci88

    you just cant speak english at all u even dont know how to speak ha i am better than u

    azra22

thinks for this lesson i like it

mohamed

thanks!

duyetvn

Hi, Thanks for all!!!

I am afraid that I think the 2nd question from quiz has a mistake!!!!

martacardenas84

I’ll make great use of these verbs. Thanks to you, Emma!

lucasleitao

But I have risen and stand upright. Thank you Emma, thank you engvid.

dkwg4j

Thanks Emma, i’ve undestood

yohanis5605

Thanks, It really was my problem and now it be solved by you. Again thanks.

Iran

7 out of 7 . Thanks Emma its not my score its your EXCELLENT JOB .

Narek

Hi dear teacher, In one of your examples raised a doubt, that is: I’ve JUST risen…. the word Just in this case becomes a verb among have and Risen?
Thanks for all your lesson, I like your kind way to teach.
thank you.

carlosfuca

By the way nice ‘Canadian’ dress!

davbar89

Thank you Emma for this lesson .I really benefit of that so many thanks and see you soon .

audaithamir7

Hello Emma do you know I love your lessons .
Thanks from my heart

odai

Hi Emma do you know I am loving your lessons.
Thanks from my heart

odai3188

Hello,Emma
I am interesting,does we use “rise” without object and “raise” with object? In all cases? Thanks

gvantsa

Iam confused when I read anything I understand but when anybody talksI don’t understand .If someone write what he said I understand but without written I don’t understand please help me

sara

I want to say ,for me you is the best and her classes helps me alot.
darling teacher thank you!

iramfs

Thank you for quality education .

Phai

i raised my hand during the lesson but you haven’t seen it. Thanks for you perfect lesson.

lonelyinmylife

great lesson

lisseth

Thanks again Teacher Emma, You’re really great teacher. Keep up the good work and I like the way you smile when teaching us.

john0622

thanks u so much..i believe myself ..i will be good English one day..if i m here.

kyawlintun

hai emma tx 4 ur hard work
i just found this site now
its really amazing website
thank you very much …

usmupgdi

Thanks Teacher, thanks for your lesson. I like it. You helped me understand clear about that. Thanks so much

moonlove

Thanks but i have problem in pronunciation in many word so plz tell what i do to improve my pronunciation.

ramchandra

I’ve just discovered this web site. It’s very helpul, thanks. :)

Jeison

I’ve confuse increase and rise.
thank you :)

kinki

I’m a new student in this website, but I like it very much. I am going to visit it usually. Thank all!

phamphong911

Your Grammar lessons are the best.

Thank You very much.

It’s very useful.

Helmer H. Borrero

I used to confuse these words RISE and RAISE. Thanks for your lesson very much! Thanks, Emma! =]

robe0706

You are very clear Emma,thank you so much!!!

Katerina

Emma, I love your lessons! Now everything is clear. Thanks!

Kamila

Thanks a lot for the lesson Emma. Where are you from? I understood very well the lesson. The difference between rise and raise is: raise always needs an object and rise does not need an object, right?

Keylor Sancho Rodriguez

you are instinctly teacher and so cute.
But a little more jokes in the lessons.

mustisn

I have forgot this lesson, but now i can to use this subject. Thank you very much Emma and My wishes to you.

Alexandry

Thank you! I love you!

I

Dear Emma,
Many thanks, my scored 7 out of 7

Max

i love it

nell

Thanks for your lesson, i love it

bogiaxahoiden

excellent job

stavroula

Hi Emma,
I really like your lessons. You explain very well. You have a good didatic, inspirer. You have the ability to talk pausedly and slowly to make yourself understable. I supposed you are good to keep in touch. Can I have your Facebook profile or are so busy woman?
thanks!

Marcos Wilker

so useful!!!!!!!!

water4010

Excellent!!!

walt

Hi
teacher
i really very exited to your lessons
can you teach me perfectly online as i gonna pay fee.

Muhibullah

Hi dear Teacher,
I am your new student, raise & rise are the words that is frequently used in a daily life. I understood these words to your lecture.
Thanks & take care

Hassan

Hi dear Teacher
I am your new student, I like your way of teaching including expression & action. U have raised my mental level. thanks

hassanj

bye every one tack care

mrsirajnjc

Hi,Teacher Emma Thank you for your great lesson.

sovannaranou

Great website, I do appreciate your efforts.
Thank you for the lesson.

Emad

Thank Emma.

gakuta

Emma, thanks for your lesson. I got 6 correct out of 7 :)

vania05

thank you so much Emma for teaching us…

shailesh

definitely appreciated . I learned a lot. thanks Emma.

Nick

Thank you Emma. I got 6 correct out of 7.
I have a question for the one of the wrong.
What is the defferent beetwin rose and risen?

jrx401

    Rose is the Simple Past
    Risen is the Past Participle

    Li

i got 7 out of 7. many thanks to you. i’ll continue with you in the following lessons

MaiHuongNguyenThi

hi i am just totally confused in spelling mistake and grammar that included could,were,did please explain me in detail.and as soon i am going to write IELTS so its important pleases for god sake help me out i am totally confused.

nadeem

Thx alot for learning me

Hassan abo elfotouh

thank you,

larry

Thank you Emma.now i’s clear for me.end i’ll be thankful if you tell us the difference between arise and rise.have anice day and thank you again

ulva7

Hi,Emme -I have confused. because the two words sound almost same.that is why it is difficult spell these two verbs. therefor more times should be practice these verbs.-
thanks for good teaching

yoga

Thanks a lot.But my wife is angry with me as I spend my time on watching your lessons but I really love your lessons and since I have seen your website I left reading grammer books anymore.What can I do ? I am fond of learning english and foreign language:).Never leave us alone dear engwid teachers:(

Safak Erman

Splendid , 7 out of 7.
Thank you so much.

rommanomar

Thank you very much Emma!

Natalia

perfect!!! Thank you so much Emma&^^&

aerosmith

    Hi Aerosmith. My name is Mai. I would like to be friend with you.

    SunHarbor

you makes me love studying english more.so, it’s great!

Luan

hi you are good teacher pls tell me use of preposition

sahusuneel

Hi I am from India .
Thankyou very much.

Mehtab Ali

wow,very good; score: 100%, continue to improve

phuongvy92

Hi,teacher,
The grammar is so great!
Thanks.

joana1116

Hi teacher!

I have a big problem with my pronunciation of: rise rice race raise …… please help me!

Edgar

omg it my first time that i undertand real english!! i love you english class gema im very happy!! thanks!!

jansis

Hi Emma, I have nothing to write except thanking you, Please pray for me, I have an important test in English.

noor

another excellent lesson from you, very helpful and clear, I really understand everything you teach, it’s awesome, thank you very much…all the best for you

argenis

Thank you for this lesson!

ubiracymafra

thanks a lot,I understand English very well also speak very well but i don,t know which one is verb or adjective,and another things my grammar is very poor,any idea why? please respond! ,thanks

kemalumid

thank u emma i like it very much

thamizharuvi

hi
it’s more clearer now
tnx miss

ahmed31

Wow!!!! Thank you Emma!!! Great lesson!!
Regards!!

franalver

Wow!!!! Thank you Emma!!! Great lesson!!
Regards!!!

franalver

Hi Emma,

could I use, in the second example: “You must raise YOURSELF”???

I appreciate your attention

Simons

Simons

I hope I’ll raise my English skills with your lessons ;)

Martin

Hi Emma,
I did Ok. You’re a great tutor.

Ali

Emma, thank you for the lesson. I now understand Rise and Raise. I love this site!!!

joytell

Emma, thaks a lot for this interesting lessn.

ibinder08

thank your emma for your lesson

cnnnews2

thanx emma for ur lesson . plz tell me u have a vedio on ur sirte

tell me plz . facebookmnk1@gmail.com

facebook

Thank you, Emma for the perfect explanation!

chores

7 correct out of 7 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

I’m try to learn more thank you Emma.

sara

Thank you Emma for your teaching technique.

Laila

Thanks a lot.

Commando 27/53

After watched your video,now,I can tell them apart.Thank you very much.

julie11

Very helpful lesson Emma. Thanks and Take care of you

locdy

Nice lesson Emma.

Thank you very much.

Girish Chekuri

Thank you for thy lesson Mrs Emma

crusader

Thank you very much for the lesson. It’s really easy for comprehension!

dlubimov

Very clear and helpful. Thank you!

huifeng820818

i do like this lesson. thank Emma for a good explanation. have a nice day.

ganbashir15

Clear, helpful and useful! Thank you Emma! :)

unclefungus

Clear, helpful and useful! Thank you Emma! :)

unclefungus

A very useful lesson… thanks Emma!

Enrique23

thanx Emma :)

olaa

“I prefer coffee ___________________ tea.”
fill in the blank with (over, ot, than, of)

sunilhcu

Very helpful! Thanks !

vitorlucas01

Thank you very much!!!

artak80

so enjoyabll your lesson

taysirbr

Emma good classe!

bezerra

You´re amazing, you make really easy to understand the grammar. Thanks a lot

evacristina

Very helpful lesson !!! Thank you Emma.

greencorner1

Hello dear ! I am so happy to watch your helpful vedeoos I am a new here ; I have a question please ; Can we use ” raise” in passive voice like ” RISE ” FOR INSTANCE : I have risen from my chair as you said ! I have been raised from my chair ! Are they the same ! I hope you can answer me the question ; Thank u alot !

mamouny1992

Thanks a lot to u Emma.I can understand your lecture clearly.I think your teaching will help me enough.It will take me a long distance ahead.

niam

Thank you Emma.
I’ve to raise my english language

aouina

Thank you very much Emma
This video raise my english language

nok023

Dear Emma and the entire community of this magnificent web page. I recently stumbled on a phrase, that came from a native speaker: “The bungalow raises on stilts,” which according to the rules of this lesson should sound “The bungalow rises on stilts”. What is right?

ow3092

Many thanks for the best teacher in the best site on the world.

zahid76

Many thanks, Emma. I think this is an important lesson. I hope you good luck.

amin80

Thank you for your lesson. Emma.
I am studying english very hard. but
I can speak english a little. I need your help.

eunju7856

Really helpful

lerek

I watched this lesson for the second time because I needed to remember the concepts again. I realized that is one of the best lessons I’ve seen at EnVid since my first visit here about 6 months ago. Congratulations Emma, you are a great teacher and help me a lot with your advances. Finally, one example for rise is the nice movie “The Dark Knight Rises” wich apply properly your rules :)

sgmmm

thanks Emma i got 10 of 10.

CATTYHUGO

yes, full mark. Thanx for lesson.

Albaldawi

You are a great help to my review Emma.

Luben

Thank you, Emma. This kind of lessons are very interesting

chiqui

Thanks, Emma!

Edinho

Thanks!I got 86

jimmy9x

thanks Emma great effort

shadeheart

dear Emma is ‘arouse ‘ belong to these confused words ?

shadeheart

Thank you so much dear Emma for your help.

wiamdassy

thank you so much!:)

mynmyn

how amazing! thanks indeed Emma . I really interest your lessons and I like your accent could you give me advice to speak native language like you?

Ammar Salih

thank you so much.can you help me distinguish raise, rise from arise?

tngan19

hi Emma Many thanks and happy new year

mamdo

thanks emma

ghazal10

Thanks a lot, Ms Emma, I got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

I have raised my English skill after i watched Emma’s video on youtube and did a lot of homeworks on Engvid.
Thanks for the lesson.

water meter check please

Emma, could you please make a video about ONLY and JUST (what’s the different) ?? thank you :)

drpn

Thanks Emma.. I got 7 out of 7 correct

Arun10

Just a quickly question. If I say “I raised myself” is that correct? or it’s an unnecessary expression instead of “I rose” Also “I raised by myself” or “I rose by myself”, I think the last one is correct but i don’t sure, please?

Dylan95

thank you emma i got and exam tom. and you just teach me in 1 hour and i was done by lie lay rise raise that was hupeful thank you go to front emmayour the best :) ;)

lucy12

Thanks a lot you Emma!!!!!!!

patitaz

Hi Emma thanks you!!!!!!!

patitaz

Thanks Emma.. I got 100% marks. How we can search like this more quiz example..

Joshisadanandan

This class was magic. Thank you.

Teacher Augusto

hello you’re a good teacher

thanks so much for your help

noysse

thanks emma

bilal001

I must raises my level in english
, so, every day the sun rises, I’ll learning so much

moezbesbes

What a good lesson!I din’t know the diference between rise and raise before but now I know.Thanks,Emma!

SherryA

Thank you Emma

fide90

Exellent lesson :D thank you

Aoussaf

You are always great Emma !

jorgegerber68

thx emma you raise my livel

sofiane 123@

thank you for your best teaching unfortunately i cant see your videu

akhalaji

Perfect score

caespinosag

Thanks EMMA,you are great teacher I really appreciate your effort to help us…. Iwish you the best

arakey2014

Thank you very much, Emma! The lesson was very useful for me.

KEA English

D thanks Emms

Toeur Ek

Thanks a lot Emma

Brkb

Thanks so much Emma

almukhlifi

Dear Professor Emma and Fellow Learners,
Kindly let me know if the expressions as bellow are correct;
Rising unemployment and Raising unemployment
In sentence:
Rising unemployment caused social unrest.
Can I say?
Raising unemployment caused social unrest.
Thanks in advance.

MKJMKJ

Perfect Emma!

Josmer

Thank u.
Be happy Emma and take care.

Abdullah kateb

Thank you.

Nadir

wow…you are amazing teachers…I’m wandering if you could submit some techniques of how to teach conversations. thank you so much….I love you. Is there a way I can get in touch directly with teachers specially James?

goleyakh

sorry Emma can you tell me the difference between home and house. Is home always used with or without a preposition? Thanks in advance..

goleyakh

thankyou mam

vinshah

Thank you!

Nao Tsuboya

my Quiz emma:
100
You got 7 correct out of 7.
:D

chakim hamzah

Ajua !! I got it!! Thanks Emma I love you

charliegalvan

great thank you emma

Mohamed Elhrazy

Thank you Emma.

Kayk Carvalho

6 out of 7, Your explain so great.

Thank you Emma.

chivialoco

The correct form is “rising unemployment causes social unrest.”

lucyjoy33

My dad was very old fashioned. He thought the proper word to talk about parenting and children was rear. I reared my children well. To rear a child (verb) is to parent a child. He said “You grow corn or you raise corn but you rear children. “

lucyjoy33

Thaks Emma!! You are a good teacher.

Geo23

Emma you are a great teacher.Thank you for every things.

drhazim

I must confess: I’ve never been able to understand exactly the differences between these two verbs UNTIL now!!!! Thank U and thanks to EngVid for all your amazing lessons!
Ivan from Barcelona.

Ivan David

Thanks Emma!

tientruongthanh94

Thanks Emma! Finally I`ve understood the difference between these two verbs)

Moscowboy25

Thank’s EmmaYou are the best teacher in the galaxy.I not only have understood this lesson, but olso enjoy your teaching text.

Aysan Mokabber

Thak you very much!!!
I killed the quiz

J.Vahab

I’ll thx you for that very helpful lesson Emma.

therasterman25

I love her lessons.

VictorMario

I have never learned ‘rise’ and ‘raise’ so deeply. Thank you, Emma, for everything.

Roya Seferova

Thank you very much, Emma, these verbs have been ones of my hardest topics to understand, but now through your great explanation, I fully got it! … I’m very happy!
*** I got 7 out of 7 (Test), thanks again!

On the other hand, I guess that:

Synonyms:

RISE = arise, move up, ascend, climb, go up, improve, increase, get out of bed, stand up, etc.

RAISE = lift, lift up, elevate, bring up,put up, rear (children), cultivate, erect, rose sb to sth, stir up, provoke, etc.

*** I am not sure about RISE and RAISE and their relationship with the following verbs: wake, wake up, awake, get up.

BEST WISHES from the Caribbean coast of Colombia, South America!

CaribbeanX

Thank You, your lesson helped me a lot it will help me at school your the best Emma

amalali123

your lessons help a lot

amalali123

thanks emma… amazing explanation

santiago25

lesson is so useful. thanks a lot

ilovee123

You got 7 correct out of 7.
:D

zapdnb

This is a very good lesson. Thanks a lot

Vivimi

Thanks a lot)))

dbasharimova

You are really talented teacher,thank you Emma)

Natiuk

Very usefull tips.

Fabyo.js

Thanks you so much, you are the best.

Marta Lopez

The Dark Knight rises!

Lorcy Gabriel

Thank you Emma

Vicky BD

Emma, you are the one. You make me feel happy because I think my level of English is getting better and better thanks to you. Greetings and receive a big kiss from Valencia-Spain.

spous67

I have improved my English.

Thanks.

saif10pk

I must raised my English. Thank you Emma.

Tuannk

To sum up this lesson,
If it need to ‘object’, we use ‘raise’ and if not use ‘rise’.
For example,
There is “My salary was raised. (by my boss)”.
There isn’t object, but this sentence is corrective.
Could you explain this case? In my opinion, because of passive form.
And then, How can we choise ‘rise’ or ‘raise’?

syryang

    Hi Syryang! My name is Mai.
    I would like to be friend with you.

    SunHarbor

Thank you teacher the easy lesson ❤️❤️

Besosaleh

I got 7 correct out of 7.

Konstantin

I really love the explanation! Excellent Emma!!!

Silcanas

she rose from the chair.

She: Subject

chair: object

shouldn’t it be raised?

atlisurahi

Thanks Emma this is a very nice lesson :D

NECO423

i raised my hand you r very informative

ibrahim hamama

Thank you, Emma.

Could you have a lesson about apply for and apply to. I am very confused about these phrases.

RedLO

thank u emma…..

Anu

Thank you Emma I am very happy I got 100😊

kamelfcb87@gmail.com

Emma , I have realized the difference between Raise & Rise . Thank you for outstanding teaching method.

ozden

your lessons raised me in english > ^_^ >
thanks Emma <3

ahmed aref

    i think the correct is :

    your lessons raised my english

    if i’m wrong correct me

    redaader

Dear Emma: I enjoy your class! I want to improve my English

elidavargasbarrantes

alhamdulillah, 5 correct out of 7 , keep practicing will help to improve ASAP, thanks Ms. Emma, i hope one day i can sigh up at one of your classes. ^_^

Hussam Mazen

Thank you, Emma.This is s good lesson.

Sonny Hsu

Happy New Year Emma !

beernaard

great teacher ,, really i’m happy to watch your video ,, but i think all these courses make the students good at grammar and writing , but when someone try to speak with a real person that so hard

redaader

Thank you Emma! 100%%

attymir

I got 7 out of 7 happy

Udheyvirsingh

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

hello Emma,
are there any exercise files on engvid for practicing IELTS?

Arafat Farsi

Hi Emma,
Arent there any IELTS that can serve both purpose?study or immigrate?Whats the IELTS score requirements for Canadian Immigration?
For those who choose UK, sometimes they instruct candidates to appear test at a specific test location authorized by UKVI. Similarly are there any specific test location requirements or any other additional requirements for those who intend to immigrate to Canada,Australia or New Zealand.Please advise as I am already practicing IELTS and intend to appear for it in British Council? Look forward to hear from you.

Arafat Farsi

Thank for this tips. It was very good to improve my english grammar

arnaldomarx

Very good lesson, Emma!

Gabriel.T

Thank you My pleasure teacher.The way your teaching and educating is excellent and huge Beautiful. I enjoy watching your lessons therefor I will try to see every single type lesson of your lessond.

Mehdi 2022

I got 6/7! Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

15th June 2017,
Thanks Ms Emma.
I got 6/7, a little bit sad ;(

Merida Huyen

I have no one to raised my salary because I don’t have a job. I rose from my chair and went to the bed. Thank you Emma. Best wishes
:D Happy to study

Tammyjang1

4. She ____________ from the chair.
rose
rised
raised
‘Rose’ is the past tense of ‘rise’.
5. The moon has _______________.
Choose the correct past participle.
rise
rose
risen
raise
‘Risen’ is the past participle of ‘rise’.

I didn’t not see tense

Hu

thank you the lesson

senanayake

I raised my level today in this gramatical explanation class. Thanks for the support.

alrossi1981

Thank you Emma

kheireddine007

Great explanation. Thanks so much!!

flapereira2003

thank you, Emma!

Dekon

7/7. Thank you.

ann ann

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

Your method is simple and as imppressive as Adam.

Rezajohn

hey amma, thanks for your video. could u make videos on be and been?? i am confused while using this words.

kameshmahajan123@gmail.com

thanks!

shihai182

Great lesson, thanks.

mijalva67

I really satisfy with your explanation Teacher EMMA , Great work, you are very good trainer. I’ve created a confidence into me with your nice and great lessons explanation …..Thank Teacher EMMA

Khalid Khan Ghumro

This is very nice Lesson Rise or Raise , Very helpful,,,Thanks Teacher EMMA you are my good trainer s I again say to you,,,thanks a lot, I had a lot of problem in English speaking, but when I follow your English lessons and tips. that I can speak English with fluently way and Now I feel much better in English speaking , I’ve gotten a lot of help From your lessons your explanation is very very nice and easy…….to my view, you are a good trainer……..

Khalid Khan Ghumro

it great for me . thanks

sary sor

Dear Emma I think in the second sentence Chair is object and in the third sentence Oven is object as well
Thanks for your teaching

jamal.beheshti

Thank you Emma, your lessons are always very clear. So I can raise my level in English :-)

PETIT PIERRE

my english rises by wathing eng.videos and my salary raised by boss becouse i able to handle many job who need english skill

thank u.Emma

jemahmad

Thank you, Emma

napr0tiv

You got 6 correct out of 7.
thanks

M kartal

thanks very much miss emma really i full on all niether to atch this cours really thanks very much

MAMAPAA

How wonderful lesson!

dreamk7x

YOU ARE A HIGHLY QUALIFIED TEACHER, TRADEMARK OF EASINESS AND SIMPLICITY, ALL THE BEST FOR YOU Emma, I RAISED MY HAT HIGHLY FOR YOU

Zaki46

Emma I really appreciate the way you raise your voice to teach me. You are doing a great job.

Thank you a lot

Carlos agostinho

Thanks alot! keep going teacher, i am going to learn all your lesson.

Dam Van Tuyen

Thaks…i will raise my glass to you..

Cagdas nizamoglu

I really like you teaching way
Actually, you raised my English <3

Thanks Emma you're my good teacher

Riore

Thank you, great class

marcoant86

Thank you Emma your lessons is very clear. I’ve got 100. Thanks again.

jackie kieng

thank you very much

Aml Mounier

Thanks teacher Emma for the clarification

EnglishLearnerAbdo

excellent job Emma, u always make it easy for us. thank u.

Usmansidi

Thank you for the lesson Ma’am Emma!

jao

Thank you for the lesson, Emma. I really enjoyed it!

milaerma

Thank you Emma! I appreciate your job! :)

Katya

Your classes are incredible! You are raising my level of English. I rose from the chair to clap for you.

Evandro Calixto

Great lesson mam!I have raised my english level since learning English on engvid.

Prasunan

Simple and effective video. Thanks, Emma

reijan3

Very interested lesson

RobertJack

Been watched with a score of 7 out of 7.

ergn

I got 7 correct out of 7

AIZNS02

Very good lesson, I learned how to use them correctly

Johnny Ortega

Thanks a bunch for the material!

jsnavarroc

good. i raised my performance. isn’t?

carlodesiderio

Thank you
I´ve just raised my scores quiz
I mine 100%100

khenien

Thank you i have raised my knowledge in English language.

abdulla1991

I think, I never can raise my writing to very good level.

Noshin
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