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145 COMMENTS

thanks for you

Basem

thank you Rebecca for this good presentation

mustafa

i can’t thank you enough, you’re the best :)

hodhaifa10

Thanks a lot! You are perfect as always, Rebecca. So, now I will not have any problems with shopping. Just one thing. Can you explain, please, a little bit more about plaza? What is shopping plaza exactly? You said it’s located outdoors. Is these some of small stores on the same area? Or maybe this is just a kind of selling outside ? I am asking because, it is very popular in my country to give English names to different places like shops, cafes, etc. We have NK Plaza Store, for example, but I think after your lesson that this place could be named NK Mall, Not NK Plaza, because this place is a many different stores inside the same building.
Elena.

saturnia

    In North America, a shopping plaza consists of a few stores that are grouped together outdoors and a shopping mall consists of many stores that are grouped together indoors. That’s the main difference. So I think your observation makes sense! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

TX.

fatiima8

…nice topic miss rebecca, keep it up. and gud luck to all engvid teachers.

joseph

Thank you

Anna

Tks Rebecca. You’re so nice to teach us.
Lily from Brazil

Eliete

Hi Rebecca! Nice presentation. Would it be even nicer instead of writing down all the vocab items, describe it first, then elicit it from the students to engage them more. IOW, making it more student-centered? If you give away all the lexis, you are not inviting student involvement. Then again, you did a great job, if this is just meant for the video presentation.

temesghen1

    Thanks kindly for your suggestions; they are good ones. In general, we try to keep the video lessons fairly short so people can watch them easily and that is why the vocabulary is already written on the board. In a real classroom, there is more time to elicit answers from the students, as you rightly recommended. Thanks for caring and all the best to you.

    Rebecca

      Thanks, now it’s clear.

      Elena

its good and ilike so much

jamal

excellent thanks a lot, very good teacher, I’m learning good.wa

Reina

thanks your good explanation really i get many thing i was confuse when i wanna to go the malls or plaza justice i am understand everything about the malls and plaza

Abdul

Hi! Thank you for another great lesson. I’d like to point out some technical problems. The quality of the sound is worse than of the others teachers. I hope that my remark will help all users of engvid.
I’m looking forward to a new lesson. Greets.

tomek

    Sorry about the sound. There was a technical problem when we recorded a few lessons. It has been fixed. Thanks for your feedback and my best to you.

    Rebecca

so nice

gul khan

thx Rebecca, great lesson!

brunopromano

what a about a sex shop, where can I find it. lol. wonderful topic lovely Rebecca.

Efrain

    Ask your mom

    Smeh Elsayed Elsaid

      thank you Reecca. u r very kind. again thank u Rebecca 4 your answer.

      Efrain Dominguez

Thank you very much for your wonderful presentation I need a lesson about connected speech

Smeh Elsayed Elsaid

hi I want to learn english very quickly……i lisen to you but can’t understnad al lots ….which you speak can you add your text on the page which you are speak.

ilkin1985

its so easy i got 8 out of 8

qewd

tank you too mutch

omarhamd

    thank you very much!

    andreiaoliveira40

Good lesson, Rebecca! Thanks for your consideration.

Bruno

It’s really good to learn something new information, Rebecca!

Thanks a lot for your wonderful lessons!

brunoarj28

Mall… a very dangerous place for me! I could live there without never go out…

milly

A’ve a ? 2 ask u plz:
Is “Where r u off 2” mean where r u going 2?!
So tx.

fatiima8

    Yes, “where are you off to” means teh same as “where are you going”.

    Good luck with your English!

    Rebecca

      Sorry for the typo – I mean both of the expressions have the same meaning.

      Rebecca

CONGRATULATIONS, Rebecca! It’s a G-R-E-A-T site! I’m stunned!
Amazing how you explain well. I really like this site and I WILL ALWAYS BE BACK. Thank you so much!

Newton Pinheiro

Thank, I like very much your explaining

Brenda

good question

keele

thanks a lot for your help, is fantastic and free..

aleida

Hi teacher
I like you’r teaching , and listen ,but it lesson , is difficult for me , I need Image for understand.

Thanks for you

mehdi

Thank you so much :-P
Now I won’t be confused if I have a chance to go shopping in US .

Nguyen Vu Long

Thank you you are great teachers.

Mary

Thanks Rebecca ,You’re doing very well .God bless you .Have a good one .

Momndad

thanks u so much

ziya777

Thanks a ton.

Chalie

very well thank you

yasaman

plaza in japan they called it outllet mall thanks rebecca

dandayana

    Thanks for sharing that bit of information with us. In North America, an outlet store is a store which sells the goods of a particular manufacturer, at discounted prices.

    My best to you!

    Rebecca

Madam could you please explain the difference “Between” and “among” ? thanks

Adnan

Thank’s a lot

Leya Sabin

thanks. its nice …

vignesh babu

Hello Rebbeca,
Thank you for yours great art of teaching and for nice voice for the perception of educational material
Cantor and Singer
Baruch
Frankfurt/Germany

Baruch Chauskin

    Thank you very much, Barukh. That is a very kind and meaningful compliment from a Cantor, who I am sure has great talent. I am humbled. My very best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you Rebecca. Anyway we are getting precious information…Once again thanks for those working under this website…

sachin

Hi Rebecca
Thanks a lot for your time,I like your teaching.
but i have reding and writing problem,
I need ur HELP. Thanks

hailu

thank u Rebecca mam … looking forward for new classes …

veer18

Thanks Ms.Rebecca for this

sonhassan

thanks alot

arul

thank’s a lot
take care

gimjr56

tanks alot i am really satisfied from your good lesson keep it up

naseer

thank you rebecca it’s very good
presentation.But if the vocabulary
which is wrote on the bord have been wrote by computer it wold be more clear.

mohamed

hi it’s nice to meet u
thank u

dangthihainga

Really it is a good method to learn English and get knowledge in short time.

Thanks

Usmani

Good morning mrs Rebecca.Would you mind if i asked you a question. Which tense for this sentence:
I (live) in Canada for ten years.
1.I lived here for 10 years. If I understand this situation finished in the past.
2.I have lived in Canada for 10 years. If I understand this situation is happaning.
Which sentence is right? Thanks for your help.

dangthihainga

    If you do not live in Canada anymore, then the first sentence is correct.

    If you starting living in Canada 10 years ago and still live there now, then the second sentence is correct.

    Hope this helps! My best to you.

    Rebecca

      Hi Rebecca!
      Adrian here, from Romania.
      Very useful your lesson and I really like your teaching style.
      But I have a question about your comment. If he/she starting living in Canada 10 years ago and still live there now, shouldn’t we use present perfect continuous? (I have been living in Canada for 10 years)

      Thank you for your time.

      adrianrusu

        You could say that too, Adrian. Both tenses would work in this situation. My best to you.

        Rebecca

          OK
          Thank you for the reply!

          adrianrusu

sorry. 1.I LIVED IN CANADA FOR 10 YEARS. (not here).

dangthihainga

thanksss

hassan01

hello Madam,
this is best site to learn English language. I would like to know about concept of preposition,gerund, infinitive and complex sentences ……
use of even , though yet,as if and lest.

Thank you
I hope next tutorial would be one of them.

g12s

    So glad you are interested in improving your English. We have more than 300 videos and many of them cover the items you asked about. Please look under the grammar section and you may find some useful videos for your needs.

    Best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

      Thank you for your reply…..
      please provide me source from where we can improve English speaking…with the help of English conversation.

      I would like to learn about which word is suitable for which situation.

      g12s

Very interesting! Thanks.

rios

hello, i have seen many lessons of engvid however, you haven’t done a lesson about personalities adjectives could u please do one lesson ,i wouldn’t mind if u did more ,i don’t know how to thank u.
you are the best.

rabah

hello.the apparel department is inside the mall.the food court shop,personnel is indoors the mall,as well.is that correct?

dan

    In a mall, everything is usually indoors, with a few stores or restaurants on the outside sometimes. Hope this helps! All the best.

    Rebecca

ur this program of teaching english is really useful bt it may b more useful f i start coverstion with u plz arange for that and also guide me for it

waseem

Hi Dear Rebecca!

When do you add new videos?

Many thanks in advance!

Blessings!

michael9

Hello .
could u tell me the way how can i increase my vocabulary?
plz plz plz tell me as early as possible.

moazzam

    There are so many ways to increase your vocabulary – through specific vocabulary-building books, and also through reading, listening and watching English material, websites and shows. You can do it if you really want to. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Ms Rebecca, you are awesome! I like the way you teach. but when I need to practice, I dont know where to go. Can you please help me I am straggoling my Grammar Class. English is my Third Language. pleasde help.

lorolofia

    It would be best to find an English-speaking friend, teacher or class in your city or online. There is no other way to improve speaking skills except by speaking, you are right! My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

thankyou.could you tell me how can i increase my vocabulary.i want to practice for good english i dont know howand where to go.can u please help me

anil

    Please check my answer to Moazzam above. All the best, Anil.

    Rebecca

Rebecca, what is the difference between a department store and a mall? They both seem to be inside and they both have different sections.

ESL

    A mall is a covered space with many different stores inside, some large and some small.

    A department store is one large store, such as Sears, with many different departments, often on several floors.

    Hope this helps! My best to you.

    Rebecca

so nice leassons by rebecca
thanks alot

javed

Thank you so much..

Omer

Hi Rebecca,you made me feel so confident in myself.

madelyn2012

    Very glad to hear it, Madelyn. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Thank you very much indeed Ms Rebecca
for the interesting lesson I had and I hope to see more videos for you about the IELTS exam

Your sincerely

A'ed

Your comment is waiting to be approved by engVid.
Thank you very much indeed Ms Rebecca
for the interesting lesson I had and I hope to see more videos for you about the IELTS exam
Yours sincerely

A'ed

why you said this mall instead of that mall . The mall is far from you. thanks

roro

Hi,

Your lessons are very very good. But videos are very bad quality. Could you do some thing to improve videos’s qualities please ?

jobsbon

thank you

yoyo2012

thank you very much

ceyhunkarimov

thank you so much

sugi2012

My thanks to all of you for taking the time to share your thoughts, ideas and questions with me. I wish you all the best with your English and in life.

Rebecca

This lesson benefits me a lot. Thank you!

aterm13

wow,fantastic,how many teachers i have got

ayisha

Thanks a lot. It was very usefull.

Ludmila

Thank you so much Rebbeca. You’re a wonderful teacher now and always.

Hector

It’s very exciting.

gvantsa

Great lesson, Thanks a lot!

Alberto Quintal V.

Thank you very Rebecca ,I love your voice easy to get it.

suthus

Thank you very much Rebecca!!!

Tural

Thanks Rebecca ,you’re the best teacher and teaching .God bless you.

Momndad

thank you very much my teacher rebecca

faisal

hi Ribbaca Yhanks a lots for your teaching.its a realy couching center for me. thanks again.

bisan singh

Thanks a lot. Could please post a lesson for the word that we use in the stor, like asking if the product is refundable or exchangeable ext.

dodos

Thank you Rebecca. Thank you engvid. God bless you all!

dkwg4j

thanks teacher ur the best

wailin969

terima kasih Rebecca (thank you Rebecca)

Andre

Thank u Rebecca,

U R the best ^_^

salahshwiky

8\8 :D
Thanks alot .

reqah

Thank you!

ostap

I would like to improve my english …so i am looking for a english converstin partnr…if u want my frdship ,plz plz…add and call me skype: anu.james70

anu

thank you verymuch

dattatraya

Thanks, Rebecca! 7/8 is right )))

AlexanderS

Thank you Rebecca, you are great ! God bless you

jimmysaenz90

i happy to say your teaching videos are very useful every day your voice so crystal clear we can easily understand your pronunciation i spend one hour to watch your videos daily
i am doing PHD its very helpful to improve my communication skill. i have stage fear madam how to over come this problem pls guide me

Balakrishnan

Thank you rebecca, very very helpful and practical lesson….

argenis

Hi Rebecca,
while i was surfing into the Internet, i stopped by your very interesting as well as practical presentation about shopping in a mall. I would like to suggest if you don’t mind to provide more about shopping. For example, what and how should one talk about when being to different kinds of shops. In other words, if I want to be to the appliance section (shop) for looking for a reliable vacuum cleaner or whatever, how I could talk to the salesman.
Thank you very much indeed.
All the best for you

Mahmoud

Hi, beautiful
I always go to coffee shops and all the workers there speak English and gotta tell you I always feel stupid when I order something so please would you make a lesson about how to order in a coffee shop, thanks xx

Rey

I am terrible in hearing and speaking English. engvid helps me a lot in listening and using practical English.
I believe in that I can make conversation to English speakers one day if I keep learning , including sticking at your all lessons.

stupor67

thanks ♥

olaa

Hi Rebecca
I would like to ask about direct and indirect question in English. If you have time make it to me as soon as possible and if I have any mistake in my commented to you please correct me
Best wishes

Aransem

Thank you very much, and I got 6/8

thiruselvi

thank you rebecca. this was an amazing lesson.

wilkin27

Thanks again. EngVid is one of the best ways learn English.

Karirose

Thanks got 88%.

Abdul Qayum

Thanks for great lessen.
I got 8 out of 8.

Dewey

Dear Rebecca,
A clear, simple and useful lesson to go to spend our money in the stores.
Thank you.
Best regards.

Peter

Thank you Rebecca.Your teaching style always got me going on the my way :)

resevozturk

It’s a busy Sunday and you have a lot of things to do. You want to grab a quick bite to eat before continuing with your shopping, but you’re not sure what you want to have. Where do you go? specially, i have answered – going to the cafe, because logically you don’t have a time and if you would have tried all the stuffs in the food court, eternity might goes by, going to the cafe you can have specifically EXACTLY what you want…

Amer_70

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

Thank you Rebecca. You’re excellent!!

SandraK

Thank you Rebecca

yavuz samanci

Thank you Rebecca

kheireddine007

I got 6/8. Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

thanks!

shihai182

THANK YOU REBECCA
I OBTAINED 100% MARKS.

rajeshe

Thanks Rebecca!!! It has been a very interesting lesson. I liked it very much!!!

Martitausa

Hi Rebbecca. Could you explain me what is a linen department please?

Chirajito

You got 7 correct out of 8.

thanks…

M kartal
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