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Thank u pretty much my teacher rebecca i really appreciate all ur help

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Thanks, koloz! I wish you the best!

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Absolutely illuminating.
You masterfully put your students at ease and this video is the proof of what I mean.
We hope to see you soon, Rebecca, and thank you once again.

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Thank you for your very kind words, Canardo. Your English is excellent! Glad you found the lesson useful. My best wishes to you.

    Friday, April 7th 2017

    oh, you really deserve these words Rebecca!

    Sunday, April 9th 2017

      You have a nice picture, Ruhaf. Is it you in the picture? Prove it? (just kidding) Valery)

      Saturday, April 15th 2017

      Yep! I absolutely agree with you Rahaf.
      It was a phenomenal video lesson!

      See you around!

      Monday, April 24th 2017

Good job!

Friday, April 7th 2017

Thank you, Rebbeca! You are the best teacher in the world!

Friday, April 7th 2017

    You are too kind, kendyosiro. There are many amazing teachers in the world, and it’s an honor to share effective learning strategies with people who wish to learn and improve. Warm wishes and all the best to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

absolutely useful and simple method, thanks.. but from this moment we are looking forward to your personal vocabulary with ALL the words pronunced as showed in this lesson.. :) :) not a hard task, definitely…( I’m obviously joking )

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Haha! I trust you to do that! Thanks for your kind words. All the best to you, marvilla.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Thank You Very Much, REBECCA, for your sincerity and kindness!

Friday, April 7th 2017

Good tip, now I’ll always use this method.

Friday, April 7th 2017

Very good technique. I think with more examples we’ll see how it works well but the last example, psychiatrist, I think the first syllable it’s more easier to read it if it’s written as cy not sy. I do not know if our lovely teacher agrees or not?

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Thanks for your kind comments, khalidqs. I chose to write an S because it is associated with the S sound more easily than the C. All the best to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Thanks Rebecca for having taught us this technique about pronounciation, this is a good and funny way to learn how to say words correctly.

Friday, April 7th 2017

Thank you so much teacher rebica iloveyou,,more power

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Thanks kindly, Ericabear! Glad you found the technique helpful. My best wishes to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Thank you very much Rebecca!!Really useful method to use when there´s a difficult word to pronounce

Friday, April 7th 2017

damn .how can i lean all that

Friday, April 7th 2017

SUPER NICE LESSON, IT’S A PITY THERE WASN’T A QUIZ FOR IT. THANKS REBECCA. THIS IS A NICE PRONUNCIATION TECHNIQUE FOR LANGUAGE LEARNERS.

Friday, April 7th 2017

Very useful. Thanks!

Friday, April 7th 2017

Hi.Thx u for lesson.

Friday, April 7th 2017

Oh, I got used to quizzes so much. I didn’t find it this time. So pity.
Your approach for reading is definitely unique. Thank you.

Friday, April 7th 2017

    Thanks for your feedback,nataanna. It was difficult to create a quiz for this pronunciation lesson, but you can practice backchaining on any word you find difficult to pronounce, and especially on longer words. All the best to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

I liked!

Friday, April 7th 2017

This is a manner to practice English pronunciation very curious and peculiar, you write a word by parts and you pronounce them from the end to the beginning, as you tell us it’s a technique that it uses by native speakers to remember the sounds and get them easily like a memo-technique rule. It’s very interesting if you are immersed in the English sounds so that it’s important to listen to them every day like encyclopaedias, synchronisation, unbelievable, reliability, and so on, with words that sound weird and strange and rarely for a student like us. Thanks a lot, teacher Rebecca, I am also glad and happy to learn a bit of funny English with this technique you show us.

Friday, April 7th 2017

Thanks to all for your comments. As I’ve mentioned, backchaining is a professional technique used by actors and linguists to improve pronunciation more easily and effectively. Try it anytime you find yourself struggling with pronunciation, or even on a regular basis. All the best!

Friday, April 7th 2017

Rebecca,
I never pronounced words with this kind of techniques.It’s new for me,interesting & funny to practice with friends.
I enjoying learning with you.
You’re real master I shared this my friends they also found it’s helpful to learn with backchainingsounds & listening sounds.

Saturday, April 8th 2017

    Thanks for your feedback and for sharing the technique with your friends. That’s the best way for you to learn actually – to teach someone else. If you can explain something successfully to a child, then it’s even better! All the best to you, sayeed786.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Good Job!

Saturday, April 8th 2017

Innovative way to teach English! Great! Thanks Rebecca.

Saturday, April 8th 2017

Hello Rebecca,
Thanks a lot for you hepl.
I love your smile when you teach, it makes me feel happy when I study.
All I can say that I love you

Saturday, April 8th 2017

    Thanks for your kind words, maiahmed1. Staying positive and smiling are good ways for us to relax while learning. The more relaxed we are, the more easily our brain can learn. Stress doesn’t help! All the best to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

thank you =)

Saturday, April 8th 2017

Very useful, Rebecca. You are a great English teacher. Thanks a lot.

Saturday, April 8th 2017

truly your way is very easy and much more useful I had never understood like now and I beg you to make more video about pronunciation.thank you infinitely

Saturday, April 8th 2017

    Thanks, engbro! More pronunciation lessons will follow! All the best to you.

    Monday, April 10th 2017

Hi,Rebecca.
It is a new way to practice pronunciation, and it’s interesting!

By the way, I decided to take the TOEIC exam so I have a request to this site. Do you think you can teach us things about TOEIC? Here in Japan, companies, collages and society focus on it most. Knowing about TOEFL and IELTS is fun and interesting, but unfortunately Japanese society doesn’t care about them. None of users of this site might not want to take lessons about TOEIC though, if you or anyone else teach us about TOEIC, I’ll be glad.

Thank you and have a nice weekend :D

Saturday, April 8th 2017

    I made a mistake :o
    wrong: None of users of this site might “not” want to take lessons about TOEIC though
    correct: None of users of this site might want to take lessons about TOEIC though

    Saturday, April 8th 2017

    Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll pass it on.

    Sunday, April 9th 2017

    Thanks for your feedback, juneriver. The TOEIC is easier than IELTS and TOEFL, and focuses on business English. Please check my site here for lots of free tips, questions, samples and info on the TOEIC:

    http://www.goodlucktoeic.com/

    I had also recorded an intro to the TOEIC several years ago:

    https://www.engvid.com/introduction-to-the-toeic/

    I wish you all the best!

    Monday, April 10th 2017

      Thank you for the information! I bookmarked your site immediately!

      Monday, April 10th 2017

I’m really glad that I was taught something new. This is the first time I know about such technique, and I can imagine myself teaching it to my students one day :)
As a student now, I don’t think I have much problem with pronouncing the words, my struggle sometimes is the pronunciation that is already imprinted in my mind. What do we call it, fusel

Sunday, April 9th 2017

    ops! the comment was submitted before I finish.
    Anyway, I was asking about the fossil errors.
    For example, I used to say the word ” satisfaction” wrongly as “satisfication” simply because I read it like this the first time.

    Sunday, April 9th 2017

      I don’t have the answer but I want to ask you a question, what is the meaning of (fossil errors )?

      Monday, April 10th 2017

      It’s always a challenge to correct incorrectly programmed information. The key to a breakthrough is to keep listening to and repeating the correct pronunciation. One day, the right pronunciation will come automatically, but it requires patience and perseverance. Using a new technique like backchaining may help to create a new template of this word in your mind. All the best to you and thanks for your feedback.

      Monday, April 10th 2017

Thank you alot

Sunday, April 9th 2017

thank you good lesson

Sunday, April 9th 2017

thank you so much my teacher

Sunday, April 9th 2017

thank you teacher i love the way of your teaching :)

Monday, April 10th 2017

Great lesson. Each day I’m learning with this site. Thank you everybody. :-)

Monday, April 10th 2017

Thanks for this useful lecture

Monday, April 10th 2017

Thanks for sharing, nice method.

Monday, April 10th 2017

Thank you ,great teacher!

Monday, April 10th 2017

I actually noticed the change !! thank u , I didn’t even know that this technique existed

Monday, April 10th 2017

I am speak English please help me

Tuesday, April 11th 2017

Hi im just connecting in this program

Tuesday, April 11th 2017

Thank you! Very nice!

Tuesday, April 11th 2017

    Thank you! Very enjoyable!

    Tuesday, April 11th 2017

Thanks! I really wanna try it!!!

Wednesday, April 12th 2017

Teacher Rebecca learn to u for me is very good cause I can understand your pronuciation.

Wednesday, April 12th 2017

I Like it. Ill try. Thank you!

Wednesday, April 12th 2017

i thinked very intersting

Thursday, April 13th 2017

i need to learn english more and fast…..how?

Thursday, April 13th 2017

Rebecca, my darling, it is quite a pleasure to meet people likeliboth you, both good-looking and smart. You have excellent skills to teach students. I am looking forward to watching your videos. Thanks a lot!!

Thursday, April 13th 2017

thank you

Thursday, April 13th 2017

Thank you so much for this lesson Rebecca. I’m sure it will help me a lot.

Friday, April 14th 2017

Thanks! teacher Rebecca It’s I like the way u teach

Friday, April 14th 2017

thank you my teacher :*

Friday, April 14th 2017

Rebecca, one the most difficult word to pronounce like an american speaker is “mountain” this “T” kills me!!

Friday, April 14th 2017

Thenk you Rebecca for this lesson! I had big problems with PSYCHIATRIST pronunciation, your informative lesson aided me to get the point))))))

Friday, April 14th 2017

very good, this form is easy end simply

Friday, April 14th 2017

Thanks Ma’am Rebecca you’ve been a big help to me!!!!

Friday, April 14th 2017

I love you, Rebeca.
Thanks… Very thanks!!!

Sunday, April 16th 2017

Thanks a lot

Sunday, April 16th 2017

Good and easy technique to master pronunciation and it is new for me. Thank you Rebecca

Sunday, April 16th 2017

Thank you so much Rebecca! This is a great lesson!

Sunday, April 16th 2017

first,you think it’s funny,but at the last,you end up smiling.

Sunday, April 16th 2017

thanks so much rebecca.

Sunday, April 16th 2017

Helllo Rebecca, I really hope to learn english with the ENGVID great team. I am very greatful for the help you give us. God bless you forever

Monday, April 17th 2017

It’s a new method for me to know a word. It takes time as well, but must be more interesting to memorize a looooong word. Look forward to knowing more useful way to learn English 😁 Thank u, Rebecca❤

Monday, April 17th 2017

Your simplicity makes complex phonemes sound familar, Mrs. Rebecca. For the first time,unfortunately, that I heard about backchainging strategy; and it definitely works better than the front one. I hope that you can make a video about word stress in polysyllabic words. You are my heroine.

Monday, April 17th 2017

really it is an interesting lesson i have glad it so much thank you ..keep it up

Tuesday, April 18th 2017

Rebecca, Thank you so much for your good technique (backchaining). I’ll practice to listen and use your technique to pronounce English word correctly

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

Thank you Rebeca for this lesson; Like we said in my work place –Give the extra one–, and you did it, you bring us a new tool, keep up the right way, being a teacher who teach students, never loose focus.

Friday, April 21st 2017

Hi Rebecca I would like to join your school to learn English .Where it is located please let me know.

Friday, April 21st 2017

hello.why i cant use your videos?

Saturday, April 22nd 2017

most of the time give me an error(you can not connect)

Saturday, April 22nd 2017

    You seem to be commenting from Iran. Your internet service provider or government may be blocking YouTube, where our videos are hosted. You may have to use a VPN to watch them!

    Monday, April 24th 2017

well done , thanks.

Sunday, April 23rd 2017

Thank you so much Rebecca you are the best teacher in the world. I’m surprised how cleared my mind,thank you so much again.

Tuesday, April 25th 2017

Dear Rebecca,
This lesson on the pronunciation secret of difficult words is a marvel.
Thank you.
Yours sincerely.

Tuesday, April 25th 2017
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