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160 COMMENTS

I got 100 %, Thank You Miss Rebecca, the most important Idiom for me is Spick and Span, because I heard this Idiom in TV Drama but I could not recognize what they are saying, and I felt very happy after You explain it

asmaasaad14

    I just love the orderly way you work.The examples are very clear. I will try to use them this week.I liked the lesson about adjectives pairs also.

    Allan Izaguirre

      Idiomatic pairs like any other idiomatic expressions make our talking more colorful and natural.

      I didn’t know these idioms were referred to as idiomatic pairs.

      Many thanks for this lesson Rebecca.

      Regino

        Well-designed quiz with illustrative examples.

        Thanks for your time and commitment Rebeca.

        Regino

    so do I with my quiz

    chakim hamzah

I really love your smile Rebecca :)

ohoud999

    Me too

    aduinterpreter

I got all 10 right answers! It makes me happy but I’m afraid if I can use these idioms fluently in my conversation in the future.
Anyway, I love English by leaps and bounds. I love to make friends will all of you and hope that we can improve Eng together. Please make contact me through my email takawinner@gmail.com.

taka24

    I think is better if engvid would open a chat, that perhaps help us to improve our english

    blockade

Hi. Rebecca this was so unexpected and interesting topic for me actually i have never heard these expressions in movies now i am lucky to know them thanks for clear explanation i got 10 out of 10

aduinterpreter

I got 100%, too. thank you, This video was very helpful to me…

Eddyrojashn

Hi Rebacca, I have no words to thank you. I would like to congratulate you very much. hohever I want to ask you a question. Does “UP AND DOWN” make sense. I just thought about it, like high and low. Thank you!

mamoudouhawa

Hello!I really enjoy watching your videos.I think the whole engvid crew was born to be teachers! And one more thing i wanted to say is that i found some misprints in a couple of questions after i did a quiz:) for example: “spin and span” instead of “spick and span”,or “spic” instead of “spick”. Love you!

karina7

    Thanks, Karina. These typos have been fixed. Just so you know, the spelling “spic” is also okay in “spic and span”, but it is also an offensive terms for Hispanics.

    engVid

      Thank you for information:)

      karina7

      Why “spic and span” is an offensive terms for Hispanics?

      aroibas

        spic = Hispanic person?

        aroibas

i got 100 10/10 Thanks Rabeeca ..

sahoon

Thank you very much, Rebecca!
I want to ask you a question.
In several American movies and songs I’ve heard expressions like “She don’t like”, “He don’t know”. The English I have allways been taught at school tells me that the grammatically correct structures are the following: “She doesn’t like”, “he doesn’t know”, etc. Does English Grammar accept the other option, too?

alisa88

    По-моему в английских песнях часто нарушают грамматические правила для лучшего звучания))Но в какой-либо научной работе такие вещи неприемлемы)

    karina7

      karina can u pls kindly use english so every one can understand. accept my applogy thanks

      shaikh abdul rashid

Thank You so much! GBY

becoal

Got 100%! Yay!
Thanks a lot, Rebecca! Very interesting and useful! :)

helenjet

    Indeed , It was interested and useful

    Esawy Mohamad

veryy good lesson, this lesson has useful role in my improving my english.

foolcuud

Thanks Rebecca :)

Esawy Mohamad

Hi Rebecca..
yeah,this lesson improved my english by leaps and bounds. :)
But i have a little problem with word “Would”..
I have gone through it’s formal rules many times.
but whenever i come across this word,i can’t recognize it’s use…
i.e Anyone who felt i should be given some occupation WOULD barge into my cubicle and deliver an extended lecture.
why would is used here??
or give me some other guidance so that i can fix my problem.

kushu

Thanks Rebecca.

bahman81

Many thanks Rebecca! You’re very kind and sweet! :)

dorycam

9/10 Thanks!!!

viacheslavkr

Thanks Rebecca

brala

Thanks!!!

mazinho007

thank you a million

malekalg

Thanks

aouina

thank you very much . it will leaps and bound for me thank u…

devesh kumar soni

Nice lesson! Thank you so much!

Janilza

Hi teacher Rebecca, I do not still understand the use of the NOW and THEN,and I watched your video three times.Could you help me,please?

grazisil13

    now and then = once and a while ( sometimes, not very often)

    Janilza

      Well guys . . . listen up and learn!!! this idiomatic pair means OCCASIONALLY (sometimes but not often).

      Hope it helps.

      Regino

        Hi! You are right!

        Soei

    NOW AND THEN :
    For example : I go to morning walk now and then.
    explanation : i go to morning walk not regularly/not usually/not very often…..whatever you want to say.
    means action which u do sometimes(not always)…
    Hopefully, it will clear the idea :)

    kushu

      Good examples, kushu!

      Janilza

        Thank you very much,Janilza.

        kushu

      Thank you for sharing your example to us. It’s truly an amazing when all of us here shared our thoughts and continue our learning/lessons from other english students. From time to time, through my high and low, I could see that I am finally learning the english language.

      englishtime1980

    Grazisil, I want to cooperate to enlighten you. E. G. We see us for a coffee today dear friend, the next time? I don´t know, I am traveling a lot. 5 years ago we saw us, remember it?. I got 100 point because Rebecca is a very, very good teacher. I am very grateful with her clear explanations.

    polo1954

Nice lesson, thanks!

Gizmokukac

I certainly learned something new with this lesson…thanks a lot

argenis

thank Rebecca, I like the lessons the ennvid. congratulation…bye

jesusm

Thank you for your explaination very well but once in a while not and a while.

cuongchung1

thanks so much !! :D

tranducquanueh

miss Rebecca really you are wonderful, your words very clear, I can understand all…

AboJack

Thanks for the cool lesson! I hope you lesson is made my English more fluently!

rewdp

i got 90 thanx for neü lessons dear teacher

Ceyhun007

TY so much…… :)

Sourabh5

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

Hi Rebecca,

I have an unrelated question to the subject. If you could help me to tell me which sentence is correct out the following three:

You will be sick for a week at least, if you drink X drink.
You will be good at least for a week, if you drink X drink.
You will at least be good for a week, if you drink X drink.

Thank you for all your good work and help.

jackfatal

sorry, correction.

You will be sick for a week at least, if you drink X drink.
You will be sick at least for a week, if you drink X drink.
You will at least be sick for a week, if you drink X drink.

jackfatal

    i think the second one is correct but i cant give a definite answer

    aduinterpreter

    the 2nd
    one is riiiiiiiiiiight

    loghassan

Thank you Rebecca.

malnaeb

Thanks, I enjoi a lot.

Junior Figueiredo

Hi Rebecca
Thank you so much.

bobo

Thanks a lot! Quite an interesting lesson! What I miss is the exact meaning of each word in the pair to see how / whether it influences the meaning of the pair. However, it’s just my curiosity!

Katya Krasnova

thank you so much for help Rebecca!

otgon2013

thank you mam.. i need to your help to understand what does meaning of “don’t lasts forever” phrase…pls tell me

abhidit123

Hi your explaination is very good.Thank you
I want to just to know if these Idioms is used normaly by american people. If I use that with them, they understand me or they have to learn Idioms too. Thanks :D

Abderrahimdrissi

Naks…very interesting…

jimkiskisol

Thanks a lot.

ccisnero

Thanks Rebecca..

dhissie

Thank u very much!!!

kenzoll

I searched high and low and I couln´t find a site like engvid thanks for this lesson

bigboy85

It is so easy to understand, thank you so much.

daniellarc10

Thanks! You help me a lot Rebecca. You are great teacher.

crazyroker

Obrigado Janilza!

grazisil13

    You’re welcome!

    Janilza

Thanks a lot . you are doing a great job.

studentdz

thanks a lot.

Ankush123

thank you for this funny lesson

Mariam Grigoryan

Thanks for the lesson!

Shan186

thanks for your lesson,,,,realy want more know about english,,,,

sundu

great job rebbeca

loghassan

100% thank you helpfull

loghassan

Hi Rebecca, interesting lesson, I really enjoy it and I did it great. Thank you very much.

victorrenteria

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

iloveooz

Thanks a lot.

larysa6165

I searched high and low and finally found this tutorial, thanks.

jerry00

thanks, for the lesson..God bless…

Andrewsd

Thank you very much Mam :)

anoopyadav

Thanks a lot for your help.

aliyumusaalso

Thank you very much.

bummia

I like your way of teaching through examples without disclosing the actual meaning of the idioms. Thanks a lot.

SRIDHAR PASUMARTHY

thank you so much Rebecca..
it was a very informative session for me.
i scored 10/10.
God bless you

rinisamuel

Hi Rebecca, I`m newbie here
Thank you very much for teaching me many things I haven`t known before
I always wait for your video lesson more and more
Far away from you all, I`m Indonesian
And I have a request for a lesson about how to speak like a native MC (Master of Ceremony)
oke, God Bless You

massutha

thank u so much =)

sami45

thank you so much Rebeca
even i study english but i speak english now and than , i hope that i have a lot of chance to speak english

namc03

Thanks you a lot, Rebecca ^^°
I love your lessons ^^°

Kimjihee.rosabella

thank you so much =D your lessons are so intersting and helpful

katerina18

Thanks Rebecca you are really good professor! bless you.

gabby7

i can easily understand miss Rebecca classes

ROHINI.A

thanks…
I have learned a lot…

Argen Nasiev

Thank´s Rebecca, I got 7 !! I need more learn to “listening” anyone help me? from Canada for example??? Regards

adonay321322

Thank you very much indeed. Could you please teach some useful Telephone Conversation Expressions as well? I’de be grateful.

maryy

I’m happy! I got 100% score, thanks Miss Rebecca.

sarah arabian

thanks teacher Lebecca~~

Jinhun

Thank you so much Rebecca! I’ve been taught an exciting lesson about how to use idiomatic pairs

tranngoclinh02101996

Hi Rebecca,
I wonder if these paired idioms are used only in Canada or in any english speaking country: USA, Uk, Aus…..!
Thank you

Iraji

wow i got 8 of 10 >>

nuithailand

I got 70 and I’m glad dat I learnt many new idioms..thanks Rebecca

Mehryn

I searched high and low for new English words.
Is that correct idiom?

Mehryn

I got 8/10 thank you Rebeca i will try my best

minsosatia

Great! I am improving my English! Thanks Rebeca!

webbram2002

Thank you Rebecca for very interesting lesson.

vlelena

really super. I love your speaking

vijaybotany

i’m veryy happy a got 9/10 :D

karima90

thanks Rebecca I got 90%

hasan aliraqi

Thabks. Did 100%

delirium-kate

I’m really happy.I’ve learnt new things.Thanks by heart.

daffodile

I love your accent Rebecca sounds really clear for me, Thanks very much.

Sirlei Barbosa

Hi Rebecca!! I love you and I like your way of to explain. However, I didn’t understand complety what you said in this video. Could you explain again writing a resume? Thanks a lot!!!

drigosbraga

Hello everyone and teachers, I hope I can share and say that my quizzes have improve by leaps and bounds. It’s like my car always spick and span and feels like a few cobwebs off my brain is finally starting to clear up.

englishtime1980

HI Rebecca, I just finished all lessons of your “intermediate vocabulary” category and I learnt a lot from all these lessons. I practice English at least one hour per day. Hope to start new chapter tomorrow. I really appreciate your effort to teach English for those who really want to learn English properly. Thank you very much AND god bless you.

Bandara Henaka

90 %

Abdul Qayum

I think my english will improved by leaps and bounds ,if i keep watching your lessons.
thnx Rebecca.

sadeqsadeq

I want to leave a comment. Testing Testing.

CapriCubana

Dear Rebecca is first time. Ileave a comment I really love your class I had been watching your videos thanks very much for your lessons are very helpful. I like all the teachers in eng Vid, but your pronunciation is very understanding today I got 100 in idiomatic pairs I love your lesson receive a huge embrace from capricubana USA.

CapriCubana

Thanks!

Italo Roberto Barbosa

wow.How different it is to watch the video and then answer the quiz , i used to answer without watching the video as i didn’t have access to the youtube .i liked it ,so useful
thanks so much

niloo

I did not understand the idiom ‘thick and thin’, do someone could explan it to me?

RobinScallop

    Through thick and thin basically means through good times and bad times. For example, over the years, we went through thick and thin [=we spent good and bad times] and enjoyed every minute of it.
    Hope this helps

    TGA7

So helpful. Thank you Rebecca.

TGA7

Thank you mam!I scored 9/10 , my English is improved leaps and bounds. thank you so much.

thiruselvi

My English knowledge is improved a lot through you.

thiruselvi

My English knowledge is improved a lot through you. I improved my English knowledge a lot through you,thank you.

thiruselvi

Thanks to engvid’s teachers my english will improve by leaps and bounds!

buyeromanya

thank you teacher

Janvier Pierre Roody

Thanks for this lesson. It’s quite helpful for me.However I have a preoccupation. What is the main difference between through and acrooss?

lejoker

Thanks a lot Rebecca.
Your lessons are always very useful
take care

cep62

Thank you, Rebecca)
Never before have i heard these idioms! Its very interesting topic.

SvetlanaS

Thank you, teacher!

Lfabian2013

Thanks a bunch

Ebrahim

excelent class!!

Amador

GOD bless you my best , you are awesome

English32002

hi friend

rakesh mane

THANKS A LOT THE GREATEST TEACHER!
Our English has improved by leaps and bounds!
I wish you were my real teacher!

Arash

Dear Rebecca,
I work my English every day.
I progress by leaps and bounds.
Thanks to you.
Best regards.

Peter

Hi Rebecca, I scored a 100% by watching your video explanation. Thank u.

Mary Aishwariya Manoharan

Dear Rebeca, Thank you very much, I got a 100%.
My English is improved leaps and bounds. :)

Ulle

i got it the score was good.

cecillemarga

Good lesson. Clear explanation. Thank you.

Abhi

Thank you very much for this lesson.

Vivimi

I’ve been through thick and thin with EngVid. I’m not going to leave EngVid now. Is that good sentence,Rebecca?

vid. I am not going to lease engvid now.

Tammyjang1

thanks so much, because after watching this video the idioms that I know improved by leaps and bounds.

manaltalab

    Hi Manaltalab. Using idiomatic expressions make our language more vivid. I like using idioms in my talking and as far as I can see so do you.

    Regards, see you around!

    P.S. A master degree in mechanical engineering? You must be really good AT math.

    Regino

Better understanding of the concept. What does it mean when someone says “I am leaps and bounds over you”? anybody know

gusification

thank you

sodojsa

You got 9 correct out of 10. thanks…

M kartal

Thanks!

shihai182

Good Idioms.
Thank you very much, teacher.

abayaful

Thank you ever so much Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

Thank you Rebecca. I need more quiz. Could you inform me please where from may I collect more quiz?

ariful700
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