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Great lesson!
Love the sound effects!


    me too!!! :))


    Me 2 ;)


      me 3 lol

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        Me 4 oops


    I’m glad you enjoyed it!

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    me too~!!

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    I have a question how about in school? What do I use bathroom, or washroom to tell a teacher. What is the best way to use to say?:0

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Thank You Jon. Today I came to know a few words thank you very much

Durga Rao Devisetti

    You’re welcome!

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      thanks my teacher


Thank You Jon.

Durga Rao Devisetti

    My pleasure!

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did he really went to the crapper lol

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Wonderful Lesoon!!!!!!! Very useful, congratulations to the person who choose the topics, this is a very inusual and neccesary issue.


“Drain the lizard”. Haha! Loved it.

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Great lesson! I love this web site.

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Oh amazing lesson
this is the first time to me in seeing lesson about some slang words like this!!
It is learning us some slang words about bathroom
with the sound effects :)

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    Learning slang can be very helpful.

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Hello Jon!!! I just wanna tell ya that u r an excellent teacher. To be honest i rally liked this lesson, It’s a great and funny one. I really like ur teaching method ‘coz it’s so easy 2 understand the new vocabulary ..
The best wishes 2 u …


    Hello Jon!!! I just wanna tell ya that u r an excellent teacher. To be honest i really liked this lesson, It’s such a great and funny one. I really like ur teaching method ‘coz it’s so easy 2 understand the new vocabulary ..
    The best wishes 2 u …


    I’m very happy that you were able to understand and had fun watching.

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hi this is the best lesson to ever i like it so much i hope in the future i will get intersting lesson adopt god bless you


    That’s great!

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thankx Jon
If I’m not mistaken when you finished #2 you have to flush the water
what do you think Mr Jon?

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    Yes absolutely. There is a cute saying we have in English. It goes like this: If it’s yellow, let it mellow,
    If it’s brown (2), flush it down.

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      Does this saying mean “don’t flush the water after you’ve taken a pee”? Sounds weird :) “Let it mellow” means “leave it, let it stay and become mature”, right?
      Also, to take a pee is to take #1?

      Thank you for the lesson, Jon

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thanks a lot, it is a great lesson

hany kheir

    Nice to hear!

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thanks,it is a great


I’ve learned lots of very useful words. Thanks!


    Now the next step is trying to use it. I hope you’re able to use these new words in general conversation. Good luck and take care!

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thanks teacher Jon ,ti was a very simple lesson

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Great lesson. Could you give us some lessons like that???? i love and i have to learn those information expression.

Rey - Brazil

    I will try to do more “practical” lessons in the future.

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Thank you Jon…it’s good lesson


I am new here, i hope that i will improve my english with u guys


Nice lesson, I think it would for me ! thanks Jame!

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    I’m happy that you found it useful.

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Nice lesson, I think it would work
for me ! thanks Jame!

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it’d be nice if the teacher exchange comments with the students from time to time!!!!

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    I apologize for not getting back before. I’ve been having some trouble with my computer, but it seems to be fixed now.

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Thanks to everyone who took the time to watch the videos. I am very happy that you enjoyed the lesson. See you soon!

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Great and Funny lesson. Thank you John for this lesson. This will be useful. haha.
Oh. Excuse me. I’ve to go to the bathroom.

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Hi it´s useful thanks for posting this kind of lessons have a good day !

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LMAO with this lesson, thanks jon, you are a great teacher.

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    And how did u learn English ? Is ur English well ?

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        Please contact me with this e-mail.
        I need to talk to a talented person like you.
        Best wishes



Thank you, In Colombia is very used the word “WC”. jejeje


Thanks Jon, i very very fan, i need to help day by day .


iam anew beginner of english..i hope there is some one who would help me
how to begin???????


Hi. This lesson is very useful. Thanks a lot.


now i know !

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No, thank youuuuuuuuuu…nice lesson, it was funny and informative …thanx again


hi Jon;
thanks alot to your lesson, you are the best teacher in the world.


OW!! YOU ARE SO COOL))) and fan) thank you!!!

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Great lesson!
Thanks for help us!!!!

Paulo Henrique

Thanks Mr Jon !!! very nice lesson

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    me too!!!

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thx mr jon i’d injoied the lesson and i want to give us the inf words because we don’t know them and our teachers didin’t give us them and thx a lot lol

amina "algeria"

how r u mr howsh yeah day body . it seems u ve enjoyed a lot dont yea right by the mr what is the difference between u and a toilet

Albert Einstein

i ll waiting in your presence and i need to be informed soon understand!!!!!!!!!!!! ………. or not yeah hope so

Albert Einstein

    I’m not sure I understand your question.

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it’s good to know that!
i love it!


Hey, jejee congratulations, This is the more original lesson That I sow


your speaking is comfortable to hear to me. :D
thank you so much!

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that`s what i call a survival english lesson!!


thanks Jon! (*;*)

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thank you very much

haroon alrashed

At first I thought I would use the video with some students but then it deteriorated. Although “crapper” and “shitter” may be used in some groups, I do not think it necessary to teach those words. maybe there should be a “mother approved” version of the video as well as the original. :-)

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    I always say that we should not be afraid to teach everything. As long as people understand that it is informal and should not be used in certain situations then it is up to the student to make the correct choice. There are plenty of movies that use very informal language, but some students do not understand. This is their opportunity to learn the difference. I appreciate your comments. Take care, Jon

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      hi my teacher (Jon)..
      i agree with your view point that we have learn different things in English .
      go ahead.


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      Jon, thank you, it was very useful in fact. I loved to know how to say those words in English, because at home with my boyfriend (whos an English speaker) I do not need to use formal language. I learn English and help others with what I already know and Im glad to know new things. Yes, I listen to many expressions in English movies that I really do not understand.
      Thank you again!

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      There’re a lot of obscene words in any language! We have to know these ones not to “crap”(sorry, Icannon!) in a decent society. Thanks for fun!

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    Hey, Icannon,
    My name is Osama, I am majoring in English language and want to ask u a q,plz?
    how can I ask my teacher about the subject included on an exam; the pages. thanx.


      Thanks a lot for the useful & very funny explanation. It sticks to the memory the moment you’ve explained the meanings of the words. FUN! Normally, a person feels quite embarassed in such situations.


It was GREAT!!! thanks a lot!


I was the first time on your site and learned a lot of interesting things to thank you!


thanks for your lesson


Lessons like these make remember them for a long time. It was as much hilarious as useful. :-))) In addition i`ve got piece of history (about inventor of flashing toilet :-) ) Thanks a lot, Jon! )))

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    I’m very happy you enjoyed the lesson.

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thank u teacher for this lesson . i hope the best for u .
may God protect u .:)

yemen's girl

thanks jhon ur job is woonderfull

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Thank you very much for the great lesson. I hope you will have many good ones more.


nice and thank you

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Superb lesson
thank you sir Jon.

Malik ie

Really, I enjoyed and learnt a lot. Most of these words I didn’t know them. Very useful. Congratulations.


Useful Class :)


great lesson….o)))thanx a lot…:-o)))))))

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Hi! Jon, your lesson is very helpful but i have something to ask you. I wonder water closet abbreviate WC? hope you’ll answer. i’m waiting :)

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That is a great lesson !thanks Jon

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thank you ! This is usefull !

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Thank you Jon very very much. You realy helped me. I learned all your lessons. Your lessons were very funny

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what ‘drain and leak’ mean ?

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    A drain (noun) means the part of the sink where the water goes. To drain (verb) in this context means to make disappear, relieve yourself. To leak (verb) also means the same thing. I hope that helps.

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i am very happy today


Thanks so much for a really practical and useful lesson. I love your natural teaching style. Keep it and improve it ^^.

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thanks mr.jhn
english so easy and enjoyable
with you


You scored 1 out of 4.

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loool thank you MR

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Hi Jon
It is a practical and useful lesson. your pronunciation is great. Pls keep the good work coming.

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Thank you very much, you are really help me.

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very very good lesson
thank you jhons see you later

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Thank a lot great teacher,it really was useful.


that’s funny but i learned alot thanks

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thanks a lot sir
i am not good in english and i want to know how can i improve my english? i hope you will answer.i am waiting.


    hello OOthar How are you ?
    Well i want to say that 1st you will find some ELC (english learning center )institution and learn english..then you will collect some points that how to speak english fluently hope you understand what i m saying ? :)


    Practice, practice, practice! Read, watch movies and talk to other English speakers whenever possible.

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      “Collins” improve your grammar may be help you too. buy that book and read. its out on the market.

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hello Sir How are you ?
hope you fill fine and thank you for give basic information about batroom , restroom etc :)
Well i like your teaching style ..i think you are professioanl teacher :P :) ahem …i want to ask some question …Can you tell me any good EL (English LEarning )website actually my speaking power is very slow and i want to become good english speaker and i don,t know how to speak english fluently So plx share with me to solve my problem I hope you will do that
I m very thankful for you
Bye :) Have a nyc Day


    I’m pleased you like the site. I think that the best way to learn a new language is to immerse yourself. Watch videos (movies) in English, read English websites, and perhaps you can find some online English social sites. I do not know any sites in particular, but even if it is something like Facebook it can be helpful. Good luck.

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Hello Sir… nice explanation :)


to John, to all the teachers and to engVid; watching your lectures every night is already my habit. Before going to bed I make sure that I see your educational videos. Thank you so much. engVid and the rest of the lecturers are great!


    oops sorry kinda misspelled your name


    It’s wonderful to hear that you like the videos. Keep watching!

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ıts was a funny lesson and ı love slangs :) :) thanks a lot jon..


Thanks Teacher Jon! I like the #2. hahaha. Great lesson! :)

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    I’m always happy to hear people enjoying themselves while they learn a language. It makes learning so much more enjoyable.

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thank you very much…

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thank u


Thank you teacher Jon (:

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thans for your lessons.


Woww…. Really funny… that is why I enjoy a lot learning english with you!!!!

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thank u teacher , your way is very wonderful specially when practicing the words

Eng Moahemd

Really good lession , i understood the new word for bathfroom,,,,,,,thank you sir

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Thanks Jon, it was really useful…

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:)nice lesson.. BTw, it’s called *comfort room* here in the Philippines.. thanks Jon.

Lin Lin

    That’s interesting. Good to know. I will remember that.

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      n we call it “small room” here in Indonesia.. ;)
      what about from other language?
      try to translate it into English.. it’ll be fun.. :D
      e.g. from our neighboring country, they call it “day-dreaming room” as translated into our language.. :P

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Thank you so much. Now, I know 4 words of Toilet, especially Lavatory in an airoplane.

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Hi Jon
This is my first lesson with you, i find this is very cool.


Hahaha well done, Jon… The sound is so funny..

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very intersting thnx


i enjoyed this lesson, could you tell me why you teached us few lesson. i like your way of teaching

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after this lesson i wanted to take a toilet. sorry

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    You mean you needed to go to the bathroom. That’s funny.

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thank you :)

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Hey Jon thank you so much ,you know you have just sloved a great problem for me .
by the way you are soooooooooooooo funny
” Mena “

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thanks Jon


thanks sir Jon, it helps me lot to learn my eng. lesson… coz english is quit hard for me….

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you are very very a good teacher , you are a Nr. 1 , I wanna to watch more from you, tanks


Thanks for your lesson :D

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Good one

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thik you
we love it

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LOL #2
first time i heard

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hello jon very useful but i have another thing we can say also WS right ? but good


hi jon
this very good lesson
lm beginers l have learn my english very godd.
l listen to your lesson every day.


you are great jon :)


Nice lesson
I like it

Thanks a lot

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good one . u people rocks


good but u need to upload the videos with less size


any words hehe…. good ! I enjoined this class


thank you so much i really love this lesson :)

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Hi Lol ! Whassup baby . Plz babe can ya tell me the meaning of your name . Baby Ineed to know . pLZ HURRY UP OR ELSE I WILL ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Andrew Gabriel



I like this lesson.

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like it:D




i am muhammad fiaz ,i have done master in english literature and by chance i got that site and no doubt you have learned me some new words in shape of vocabulary . i am thankful to you for this effort in which you are teaching others …ALLAH give you more power in spreading of knowledge …………

muhammad fiaz

hi again
i love it this video because i learn new information .
thanks a lot.

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My dear teacher
Thank you because your good explain.
Good luck to you.


hey jon me and my sister was watching your video ,she said you doing a great thing for everybody in the world.sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelovvvvvvvvvvvve it.

jenel sanon

thanks alot for this lesson

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Thanks alot sir.

I enjoyed the lesson but obviously I didn’i enjoy thinking about it. hahaha

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thanks teacher for your explain
good luck :)

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that was a fast pee, Jon lol.shitter that’s funny I’m still laughing. amazig lesson.


Hi Jon

I think WC is the abbrevation of Water closet and not Washroom as you showed on the board.Also I wonder why do they call it “restroom” when no one would like to rest in that room… have any answer.

Jasmeet Singh

    You are correct. WC does stand for water closet, but wee say washroom. I agree…i wouldn’t want to rest in there either,

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      They why we say it restroom,I m pakistani,N here usually many of the person consider washroom as rest room!PEOPLE i wanna i wanna fresh n up in the rest room,instead of washroom people say restroom,is it correct to say dear?

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      but when you go to the toılet you feel relieved…thinks the time when you have constipation..it is a bad thing,isn’t it…so I think they thought this way and named it as a RESTROOM:) AM I RIGHT JON??

      sevdiye kuzu

        hmm.. interesting..
        i think the name came up from a room used for girls when they want to have a ‘rest’ from their boring dates in a fancy restaurant (the room with many mirrors, where we can redo our make-up)
        or simply just the ‘rest’ of the room as in ‘last part’..???
        who knows.. heheee..

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      Just to add teacher, I think in Brazil we can call it “restroom” because we have the bathroom complete so you can have a bathtub that you can add scents to the water and have a very nice rest! The shower or bath is separated by a curtain or something we call “box” which is actually a glass door.You have been to Brazil so you might know that right? Well to be really relaxing it has to be of course very clean! It is not suitable when people have no hygiene. So, there are many ways you can make your “restroom”smells very good! Thank you for the lesson, I’ve enjoyed it.

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Thanks. I like your style. It very funy.


lool very nice course lool ;) thanks


Thanks a lot John! Your lesson is very funny and easy for undestanding.If I make a mistake please correct me (my grammar).


    Easy to understand, not for. Prepositions are very difficult in English. Just stay the course and you will see the results.

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Hi Jon,
I like ur style. Can u explain wt is d differnce between these words hope/faith/belief/trust. Plz explain with examples. Thank you kindly.


    Before I do this I want you to look at an English dictionary – one where they use the word in a sentence – and read these words in the context of a sentence. Then, try to write the words in a sentence (separately) and then ask me again if you still do not understand.

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      good one, jon..
      that’s exactly what i would say to my students when they come up with more than they can chew.. ;)

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thnx a lot,,,,,,,,,


Is there any way to say “to shit” formaly?


    Defecate. But if you are in a formal setting it would be best to just leave out the details and tell people you need to use the restroom/bathroom/toilet.

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      u know what.. funny thing here in Indonesia, we call it “throw the big water” n for pee as “trow the small water” n those are the most polite way to say here.. LOL

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        oops.. i mean “throw away…..”
        sorry.. ;)

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Hi! I really enjoyed the lesson, Jon! You’re a very talented teacher, I think it’s really important to make the lessons interesting, so that students can have lots of fun while watching the videos! Thanks a lot and take care!


hi,ilike this lessom ihope oneday exactily learn english.ihope you succed teacher


Thanks, Jon, we will be experts on excremet.


I am biginner in english…. it realy help full for me …. thanks for understanding common needs…


Hey Mr.john ,
i really enjoyed the video and that was so helpful . i just wanna ask u a question out of this topic . what is the difference between attire and clothes ? and what does suck on it mean ? and on emore question when do we say ya instead of you and when do we say imma instead of giong to ? is it like all the american ppl never say oing to and always say imma ?sorry my first language ain’t englsh


iknow somthing i dont know but now i know thanks jon

alnaji ismail

Not only useful vocabulary but a very funny class, hahaha. Thank you so much dear teacher.


Once again I’d like to thank the EngVid’s people for your tips. It is so useful…

Luiz Valério

I am happy to have your lesson in engvid which give me some lessons, so i don’t have any thing beside the word saying THANK a million.


Great. Very useful.

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tnx Jon! It was a really nice and enjoyable teaching..
i learned a lot..

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love it. you made it real simple.




Hi, Jon!
I enjoy your lessons very much, but there is not very much your lessons here. I would like to see more your lessons here, because your lessons are perfect.

wild boar

4 out of 4 : ))) Great teacher! :)

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Hi Jon. I want to ask about something. I heard other expressions like ” I want to meet Jack”, ” I want to go to number 1″ and ” I want to go to number 2″. Do they have the same meaning???. Thanks in advance.


Thanks a lot teacher ” Jon ”

I enjoy it :D

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This is my 2nd day watching youre videos all of them are very helpful to me thanks a lot Jhon God bless you and your family


thank you jon,
may I ask what W.C stand for?
is it for water circle?


    It’s short for “water closet”.

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oooohhhhhhhhhhh its very funny and important lesson hahaha
ohh sorry i wanna written more but I’ve to go to the bathhhhhhhhhtroooooooooom,have a nice day,good luck


Hey! Jon,

Simple lesson but very helpful.

Thank you…



I liked this lesson. I love this site. Congratulations for all teachers. God bless you.

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oh thank to you, i learn more about english lenguag, honesty i´m glad to find this web cuz in the future i will be a english teacher and i need to konw everything about this
your videos are very very fuuny about i learn a lot


Hallo You are the best.


Hi Jon , you are so funny :)


good lesson and good teacher


i need to learn how to talk about my selef

safy alamorey

John is also used as a toilet . Do you know where that word came to English ( Although it is mail name )Why do you use this name like that, and one more , can we use this phrase ( John )as a women’s toilet ? .
Can you tell us more expression about an action what we do in bathroom ;
For instance, we say as a Turkish man , I am goint to squeeze the meat’s juice :-) ( I am going to pee )

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you are a great teacher.good job.




Hi Jon
welcam to QATAR


can’t help but smiling to see all those exciting comments from all around, don’t u think?
keep it up, guys.. ;)

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great lesson <3
thank u


Thanks Jon, i’ve never had such lesson through all my life, i wish we are students will enjoy this type of lessons more because not all teachers remember that we live Every Day and need not only formal language.As for my stupid example i always forget the word “towel” and thats why when i am with BF i use to go out of the bathroom wet :))) so sorry , but Thanks

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i need some more lesson on this topic plz tell me some formal verb for attending bathroom


hello plz tell me some verbs about for attending john

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thanks for this lesson. i enjoyed.


hi jon the lesson was usefull and funny at the same time


thanks so much teacher jon it was wonderful lesson

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Fun!! LOL :-D …..?4U I wanna explain my 2y old son,that girls and women don ´t have winnie,but ?????? Plese write me a slang word for todlers.thanks a lot


good learning experience


nice one

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thank u lotsa!

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Very interesting lesson.))) For example,I did’t know the meaning of lavatory. Also I think it’s necessary to know how to ask about WS and ask it politely.

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Hi Jon: Thx..but I’ve seen the sign -Lavatory, in the train,is it right ?

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    Yes, it’s a British usage.

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Thank you very much.
Have a good day.

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Hi teacher jon> you are a great teacher >


learnin nd enjoyin ur lesson ! tnx john

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thank you Mr. jon


i’ve got to drain the lizard

hana lee

i’ve got to drain the lizard. thanks all to engvid

hana lee

Useful video.( I loved the sound effect!)

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I’d really like to comment on this lesson but I’ve got to take a leak ))) The lesson as perfect…


Thanks a lot!


Hi Jon,
If No.2 refers to shit or crap, how about No. 1? Can it refer to pee or piss?
Thanks in advance!


Many thank’s you are great teacher .

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ı never heard the words crabber, take a leak and drain the lizard..lotsa fun


that’s funny…..lesson.

nice job sir……….

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Great lesson ! I like it. Thanks dear sir.


Oh well, you forgot to wash hands! Thanks for the lesson.

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great lesson!!! ^^


Hello, Jon!,
Your lessons are very interesting and useful.We usually don´t learn this subject at schools.In your opinion is there any difference between american and canadian english accents?
Thanks a lot !!!


Thanks Jon ,Very useful,I enjoyed and learnt many words.you’re a good teacher .God bless you .


wow You´re an excellent teacher I´ve learned really useful stuff Thanks a lot!!

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I love english


Not bad lesson


oh man! was pretty fun video :) thanks




good lesson but excuse me i have to pay the rent it mean the same for using the bathroom


Thank you Jon for this lesson


thanks alot jon.I’m watching many of ur videos. I think ur style is outstanding one ,the most important is the bottom line .Without exaggeration I’m improving my english due to u and ur colleagues of teacher,so thank u so much and keep up hte good work :)

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Latrine is also another term for toilet which is mostly used in the arm force base.

Cuong ta

hi I’m from Sweden and I learn really well thanks jon


Thank you
easy and funny xD


Dear jon,
All what can I say you rock!


thank you teacher for this useful lesson .

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please,when do we use the idiom call of nature ? thank you for your answer.

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Weeeeeehaaaaaaa ,,, thanks for the lesson mr jon


I like your lesson


I like your lesson too


I want to improve my listening.Please help me ,Jon.
Ah, i don’t know “crapper” means, I can’t see it on the dictionary.


very fun :=)

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Thank you, Jon!!! can’t stop laughing

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great lesson:)

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Hi,Teacher jon this is a great lesson.
Thank you so much.


This lesson smells bad ….. Jk
Great job Jon


I was know a few words before watch this lesson. But drain the lizard that’s so interesting :))

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YOu Jon have made a good explanation, now I’ve got everything clearer, thank you very much (Y) BEST WISHES :D


great …

i may go to the bathroom please? teacher XD

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thank u Alex

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Thank you John
It was really useful
you made it easier for all of us
but i have a question about the Quiz
In question number 3, what is wrong with the second answer?
It seems to be correct,too.
Please help me with that

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Thanks john your teaching style is very nice…

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Thomas Crapper

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Thank you very much! Great lesson!

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So easy

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So easy

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Thanks for this useful lesson

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Thanks for this lesson. Now I can say to use these facilities wisely..

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Thank you very much

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Thank you, really helpful!

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If i was in a friend’s home i never will used the expression hey friend. I will used more polite expression. like, excuse me, sorry to bother you, but could you tell me where the restroom is?

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This is the real life:)
Tnx Jon.

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Thanks for the great lesson…

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Thank you, teacher

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thank you so much

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I really enjoyed this lesson. It was very useful for me. Thank you! Oh..one more thing I’ve been laughing for hours when I understood meaning of “Crapper” :D It would be really awkward if someone says something like this.


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This lesson was definitely useful. Having a rich glossary is essential to be more appropriate in each circumstance of our lives.

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Hi Jon,
thanks for your useful lesson.
My vocebulary is now better.
take care

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What a great lesson! Thank You very much.

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Thanks Jon, interesting topic.

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Hi Jon ! ) This lesson is great ! Because it is simple and clear, without any … “hooks” for that consciousness stumbles!? !! ) Jon Excellent !!!

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Good one, thank you

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Good lesson buddy

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great lesson buddy

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thanks pal. the fart sound didn’t work with the board hahaha !!! :) :) that was funny.

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Thanks, Jon! Very useful stuff.

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jejejeje! Hey, Jon where is the bathroom?
we are friends very close ….aren’t we?

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Interesting and necessary lesson! Thank you John!

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thanks jon!

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hi Jon nice lesson

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Thanks a lot.

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Hi jon, thanks for this interesting lesson. You are really a good teacher. I have a question to ask you please; What’s meant by a stool samp^le?

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    It’s like a urine sample, but for poop—a doctor collects some of your poop to test it and see if you have any diseases.

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Thanks for answering my question!

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thanks teacher Jon

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thanks, John! :) that was helpful :)
I have a question: What does urinal mean? I read that once before and I think it’s like males’ toilet?

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Your lesson is great.I like it and I like to study about”Slang”.
I’ve just got 3/4.I will listen to your lesson one more time and then do the quiz.I hope I will get 4/4.
Thank you.^-^

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In Indonesia, we also say “WC” but I have just known that it stands for washroom

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Very very good and useful lesson for me. but it`s a bit bit old lesson so please john make some new videos with new camera. people and i will like it more. Everyone knows that good quality is useful to videos especially when you are publishing it in YouTube. So please remember my advise it will truly help you.

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Thank you Jon

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thank you so much

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Thank you, Jon

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Thank you, Jon.

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very private lesson i learnt

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Thanks John I was a bit confused about bathroom and toilet but now I understand the difference between them. That’s funny I heard you flushing the toilet. Before. I didn’t know a bathroom on the airplane is called a lavatory but now I knew now.

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Thank you Mr. Jon!

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