Somemight seem like a simple word, but it’s not as easy as it seems. It’s used in many different ways, and depending how we use it, it can make a sentence more formal or more casual. In this English grammar/vocabulary lesson, I’ll show each of the different uses of the word
some, with lots of examples and practice. Take some time to improve your English today.
You are verey god this leason
Yes you were amazing
I got 7/7 but i think the lesson is very hard, I must to rewatched some times, thank James very much
yes it was really hard but you did help a lot thx
Certainly! I have a tip for you in the next video… take notes! you will kill the quiz more easily!
Thank you for clearing it up.
I had fun and then some with this lesson ?
Thank you for cleraring it up?
Thnak you James
Made stupid mistake with last question =]
Nice lesson. Merry Christmas, professor James.
It is a very helpful lesson, thank you.
Hi, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
thank you sir
It was hard for me, I enjoyed it though. Thank you so much! I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year! I have got a lot of knowledge and then some :)
1.pronoun 2.determiner 3. adverb thank you james your a great teacher and then some?
Hello, thanks for your teaching. My answer: 1- pronoun 2- determiner 3- adjective
It adding to my knowledge
Thanks Sir James
Thank you teacher ! You are excellent!
Hey, thank you for teaching!
I meant determiner
I love the quote , and I got 6/7
We appreciate your work for us!
Thank you Mr. James.
Thanks a lot mr. James, your work is invaluable. Long time teaching me and only because of your speech I won’t leave English on the back burner. Very understandable speech and then some motivation.)
That’s helpful ☺️
Thanks Sir !!
It was a good session. Thanks a lot
James, thank you for this lesson, now I really realized some is so powerful in grammar and meanings.
1 (Pronoun) Some can’t be trusted with great responsibility.
2 We had some money hidden away. (determiner)
3 He had changed some since February. (adverb)
i think i dont understand lesson but you are a good teaching
Hi James, thanks for this great lesson, I had not seen the word ‘some’ as you has explained it in this video.
Also I agree with you about your view of communism, it’s totally true what you said, the show to the international eyes equality and into the communist countries there are many levels of wealth, many social classes, the poor, the government and the army and military positions. Specifically in my country, Cuba, the army and government heat flesh but for the people is illegal to eat flesh and you can go to the jail 15 year for that, but they give flesh to the tourists at hotels while the whole population have hungry. No free expression, repression and abuse to the normal people if you think different or you want to create a new political party. They call it communism but in fact it’s a mafia of the 21st century.
Eat flesh or meat I mean.
By the way, here is my answer:
Also was a crime to learn English in my country 40 years ago, in many schools was mandatory the Russian language in my parent’s high school time. In those years if they had to listen American music with fear and with doors and windows closed because the neighborhood can call the police. That is Cuba
a good lesson!a good teacher! a good sense of humor!
This is my first time to encounter question number 5. Great lesson!
I got 7/7 on my first try.
best regards, James from Kazakhstan 18 Nov2021
what results are you showing at this time
My answer is:
Besides I got seven for seven in the quiz. Nice lesson, totally new for me.
Thank you ??
I got 6 out of 7. Here are my answers:
This lesson was helpful, some didn’t know how to use ‘some’ including me.