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Hi there,

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Hyder

    I’m working on getting it fixed!

    engVid

      thanks Rebecca,, and engvid Family, qiuz thing is nice, hopping some more advanced vedios

      smartankit

    Thanks

    kotoz

a really usefull this quiz

costica11

Ops… Video isn’t avaiable…

Wenderson

    Thanks for letting me know! I’m fixing it right now!

    engVid

I CAN’T see THe vidEO! :(

rickyken

I’ve re-uploaded the video–it should work now!

engVid

It is a great opportunity to learn and practice my English Thank you ver much

jcardenas19

Hi everybody!!I’m working in the tourism sector in the reservation departemnt and this lesson is very useful for me!!!Thank you so much to all EngVid team!!!

Emil Ibrahimov

    What is the name of ur tourism sector?

    fakhranda

      I work in administrative management department of company which occupy 6 brands hotels in Baku city.and you?

      Emil Ibragimov

      thank u very much!!^^ it’s helpful for me.

      sunflower95

hi dear teachers, I have asked you to help but you didnt answer me, I am waiting for your answer.we really need your help. this is my e-mail
kochar[underscore]87 [at] yahoo [dot] com

friendly87

    What is your question?

    Rebecca

      thank you for your lessons

      khalid

      the leason was good very clear to understand and memorized easly also the quizes are very important to check our knowledge finally we are lucky to have teacher like Rebecca.

      Abijuah

      the leason was good very clear to understand and memorized eaisly also the quizes are very important to check our knowledge finally we are lucky to have teacher like Rebecca.

      Abijuah

      Rebecca is a very good teacher.I will try to follow all her lessons.

      Adil Alkurdi

      thank you for your lesson .. now i know …

      ejhoy

Rebecca, what’s the difference between ALTHOUGHT and THOUGH???

brunopromano

    No difference. In spoken english they generally say ‘though’, but writting they must use ‘although’.

    isadoralmeida

    They are basically the same, but there are some small differences in usage.

    “Although” is used more often at the beginning of a sentence than the word “though”.

    For example:
    Although it was raining, we had the picnic.

    The word “though” can be used at the end of a sentence, but “although” cannot.

    It was raining hard,. We went ahead with the picnic, though.

    In some cases, you can use either word.

    All the best to you, Bruno.

    Rebecca

      Hi Teacher, I would like to know the meaning of ‘thou’ and how to use it. Can you answer me, please?

      zahanmon

Thank you very much Rebecca
I wanna to learn all prepositions.
Could you explain it to us.

Othman

    We have many lessons on prepositions, so please have a look at the grammar section of our website.

    Al the best to you,Othman.

    Rebecca

      thanks for all the lessons, but i want to ask you, do you mind if i get your e-mail addres?

      hanan

More lessons on prepositions please ;)

Evaldas

10/10, Nice ;) I want more, it is very useful to know them.

xewax

Thanks a lot Rebecca your lessons are very good and helpful I hope you can put more lessons about this

Keylor Sancho Rodriguez

Dear Rebeca God bless you. You are fantastic I really enjoy your tone of voice and the way you explain grammar. Please Rebeca, when shoul I use LOSE and MISS.

Take care.

A.FREITAS

What a lesson, What a teacher. everthing well taught.

Efrain

u know it does work….u r great….keep going

Hatem

plz cheq the my question to answer and reply the my email adress sir
thanks

irfan

Great videos!

Very usefull help

Carolina

many thanks for your teaching!!

Sergio

Thank you ,Rebecca ,y are a really good teacher !!!

costica11

nice lesson :) thx Rebecca

Khulud

I’ve got a question about the quiz. What’s the difference between these two sentences:
Which airline did you travel ______? Air India? Jet Airways?
Have you ever flown _____________ Singapore Airlines? What do you think of them?

Why the prepositions aren’t the same?
Thanks.

bovena

    Good question. I’ll wait the answer.

    isadoralmeida

    You are very observant. Good for you.

    In both of these cases, we could use the prepositions “by” or “on” .

    It’s just that in the fist question, you did not have the option to use “on”, so the answer was “by”.

    In the second question, you did not have the option to use “by” so the correct answer was “on”.

    Very sharp of you to realize that. All the best to you, Bovena.

    Rebecca

      This wasn’t clear to me yet .Please could you give for me more information about this I’ll be wait for yor answer god goesa you each day.

      lostdel

        God bless you .sorry

        lostdel

on Singapore Airlines, on Singapore Airlines, on Singapore Airlines, on Singapore Airlines … damn:)

Michal

Dear Rebecca.
Could you please explain me one little thing from your test.
Part of first question: “so we’re going to have to get up really early”.
I can’t understand why both words “going to” and “have to” are used here. “Going to” means “we plan to do snth”. Ann “have to” means “we are forced by circumstances to do smth”. Why do you use this phrases together?
Thanks a lot in advance!

Nikolay

    We use both sometimes because there is something we are going to do because we have to do it, not because we necessarily want to do it or choose to do it. In the example above, there are two facts: we are going to get up early and we have to get up early. We are simply emphasizing the fact that both these situations exist -we are going to get up early because we have to get up early, not otherwise.

    Hope this helps! My best wishes to you, Nikolay.

    Rebecca

      You make the things easy thanks teacher.

      lostdel

      Thank you Rebecca for your explanation with this comment… Best regards…

      geochemist

great! I like it.
Thank you for your lesson :D

hoatuyetvlt_8292

Thank you, Rebcca, u r a really a good teacher and very helpfull.

NAZAR HUSSAIN

Thank you !

syrkin

thanks a lot for ur time

asa

THANKS I NEED LESSON ABOUT LINKING VERBS

THAARE JOSEPH

thank you so much for teach.

sowsow

Hi, I want to learn english language as native people esp. American accent. Rebbeca I interest your accent and exactly want be like you so would please give me extra information to try hard or attempt?

Wow

Hello Rebecca.i just put quiz.l like it but i thought that the quizs a few.is it possible.add 5 quizs on there.thanks a lot .hope you reply

Tsogtoo

    Some quizzes are short, some are long!

    Please consult a good grammar book for more practice exercises.

    All the best to you, Tsogtoo.

    Rebecca

hello i think few quiz.i need much quiz.and video is exctly nice time.

Tsogtoo

THANK YOU REBECCA

zineb

Thanks teacher…. But I have bit confusion regarding “arrive, reach” do we use preposition after these words?

Jibi

    Let’s look at some examples:

    We arrived at the airport on time.
    We arrived in London yesterday.
    We arrived on time.
    We arrived home late.

    The last one is an exception, because we are talking about home, but in all other cases we do need to use a preposition with the verb “arrive”.

    Now, let’s look at the verb “reach”.

    What time did you reach the pharmacy?
    When will we reach London?
    He reached the church in time for the wedding.
    We reached home safely.

    As you can see, we do not need a preposition with the verb “reach” when we are talking about reach to mean arrive.

    However, there are some phrasal verbs using the word “reach” which do need a preposition. For example,

    I reached for the soap, but it slipped from my hand.

    The fireman reached out to help the young boy escape from the building.

    So you see,the usage depends on the meaning!

    My best wishes to you, Jibi and thanks for the good question.

    Rebecca

Thanx a lot, it help me a lot

satuverma

thank you for help. good luck.

mohdoda

That is great,Thanks a lot ..

ahmedkararr

hello

menbach2011

hi I am men I like learn english

menbach2011

    Hi. I am a woman. I like teaching English!

    My best to you!

    Rebecca

      )))))))))))))))) Bravo Rebecca!!!!

      natalie777

I am happy forget this website please help me fellow. improve my English…..
thnaks

hmislam

Thank you a loooooooooooot. Good teache, good student =)

leonor

Thanks!I need more practice, to get the perfect score.

hector ararao

good lesson

sagacious

thanks for your Nice teaching… And but i have more difficulties about these…! I have to, I had to , I have been , I had been, I have being , I had being……… thnks.

Jamil Rasa

    Well, we cannot say the following:

    I have being…
    I had being…

    You can only use the first two, I have been or I had been.

    For example,

    I have been to London many times in my life.

    I had been to London on my last visit.

    Please check the grammar lessons on our website for some more help with these perfect tenses.

    My best wishes to you, Jamil.

    Rebecca

Thanks……….

srsath

thanks it was useful

nageebelmasry73

Thank you rebecca…Your teaching style Excellent

Bhupaul

grat teaching

BEJOY MATHEW

tanks rebecca

saleemhakimy

Thanks Rebecca,
Is good your way leard.

Mario

thank you very much ^_^

alshammari

Thank you all for your feedback, questions and comments which help us design better lessons for you.

My best regards to all of you.

Rebecca

thanks a lot teacher I really could recognize now

Mohammed Bahidrah

Rebecca, thank you very much for easy and really understandable explanation. It really helps.
I have a question right here.
What doest this sentence mean: “we’re going to have to get up early” I didn’t quite understand why w4e need to add :have to” I used to say be going to – to underline my intention. Or “have to “ – to underline the necessity to do smth. Why do we need so complicated structure?
And one more question: according to your lesson – the preposition “on” is to be used when we say about airline carrier, but why then in the quiz sentence #4 (which airline did you travel by?) we use the preposition by and why in then in the 6th sentence we use on? ( 6-have you ever flown on Singapore airlines?)
I’d really appreciate your kind reply and explanation as well.
All the best and thank you in advance.
Julia

Julia

is these lessons American or Brtish ? please let me know

janaka82

Dear Ms.Rebecca ,

Thank you for your lesson in this video .Could you please show me how to use punctuation in writting at the other video ? I Look forward hearing your reply .

chrisdao

I want to imporve my english language….

Muhammad Ahmed

Dear Rebecca

With your important lessons I have improved my English Language.
Could you please in futur talk about scientific english ( biology, Physics…..)
All the best and thank you in advance

M'hammed

Hello Rebecca! You probably tired of thousands of questions, suggestions and all that stuff. But I`ll take a risk and ask you too.))) I know that word “Though” has a different minings (at least my dictionary gives me 5 to 7 interpretations). I hear this word many times a day in people`s conversations. And every time trying to translate it on my native language (Russian) I get different results (meanings). That`s why I get confused pretty often. Is it worth to do a lesson about this word and its usage? How do you think? Looking forward to get your reply. Best regards. Natalie.

natalie777

Hi Rebecca.. Can you give me more examples of the difference between Although and Though… i have few explanations in my book but i need more.. i guess your’s is more clear. thanks a lot! godbless.

gracey

    +1! :-))))

    natalie777

hi,Rebecca,you are my best,i love ur teaching style,god bless u,,actaully i find some difficulties in speaking english although,i can read it understand & write it very well,would help me wz that,any recommendations? i have a little problem wz idioms too,would u add more videos about that?
thanks a lot in advance :)

friska

Hi Rebecca, How are you? I want to express my gratitude to you I really enjoy your lessons and your teaching methods.Thank you so much for your efforts. you are the best.

lamyae

I liked so much this website!
Thanks for the lesson Rebbeca..
=]

Paulo

thanks Rebbeca ^^

fatoom

Hi,
I’ve got a question about the quiz. Pls explain
Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seat belts. We will be arriving ________ Cairo in about in minutes.
Thanks.

Yuva

Sure, you can meet me at the airport if you like. That would be great. I’ll be arriving _______ Heathrow at 7:00pm.
Dear Rebecca,
Can you tell tell me this sentence why use “AT” and not use “IN” ?
What is HEATHROW means? I couldn’t find the word from my Dictionary.
Thanks
Lily

lilysoo2001cn

I’m teacher too and I’m glade to share whit you my mind and it’s YOU AND YOUR WORK ARE GREAT. Thank you for every thing. Every day I spend no more 1 hour to listen and write whit you! I have so much fun!!!
MISS REBECCA HAVING A NICE DAY AND MANY SMILES FROM BULGARIA :))))))))))

Vladislav Valkov

thank you so much
very ggggggggggggggggggggod

tfali

Hi Rebecca, thank you very much. I have really confused about prepositions. Can you please send me how to learn and effectively. I have lot of mistakes from this point. Please help me.

SRINIVAS

Awesome…

shahmahmoodalamyar

thnx so much this lesson is very important
very good

kitab khan

hiiiiiiiiiiiii!mam luv ur speech.

nijwm basumatary

I need more practice where i can get more quiz

taniawaqar

Thank you so much. this lesson help me more to be confident to speak in English.

vijura

thank you a lot

nazei

Hello,I hope you are fine and thanks for your lesson. I am happy and got score 87.50. But i am wondering about using the word ” Via and by ” Ex. I had send letter by post or had send letter via post. I want to know and what is difference between Via and by ?

Thanks for advance.

sraschhorvy

hi thank u all actually i m new in my job it’s my need to speak English now i m able of it really thank u .is any body know which lecture makes me more perfect

maryam

i think we should arrange an appointment online by skype to ask ana get answers from the teacher instead of losing the time to ask and waiting answers .

mrefaiy

thanks my best regards to you rebecca

mannoi

What is the difference between “have a look” and “look or look at”?
Thanks, Jagaa

Jagaa

thank you Rebecca.

emma

Thanks a lot Rebecca I benefited a lot from you

hajaj1403

Very good lesson, this issues always cause boubt.

Paulo César Pinto

you are very nice teacher tanks, i am learning fron you

carlos pineda

hi Rebeca please could you make more lessons about vocabulary and gramar please, I have a question to you Rebeca: where are you from? please answer me thanks take care

engstudent

hi i am algerian i do not speak english but i love your lessons ,regards for all

chahrazed

Hello Rebecca!!How are you?I hope you are great…If I say…I left from Brazil on Monday and arrived IN France on Tuesday .Is this construction wrong ,Rebbeca?Tell me please Rebbeca?Thank you in advance.Sincerely…CARLOS

CARLOS SIMOES

Hi Rebecca!! How is everything. I would like to ask a question, What number is Obama from USA President? Is this question is correct or wrong, If it is not please write the correct one. Thank you. Lelaalem

Lelaalem

Dear Rebecca,
Your replies to questions,in the lesson, are additional lessons.
Thanks for your rich information.
Medhat Nagy
Cairo – Egypt

Medhat Nagy

thanks…….

jielu

thanks…….a lot….

jielu

I have learnt a lot with you .I really want to learn ingles.

lostdel

hi i have problem in (in ,on,at

varinder

7 out of 8…
Thanks to Rebecca!!)
If somebody speaks English good enough and want improve your skill,please Skype me!My user name is tojemodel.Together we will achieve the best level))

annytka

I like to learn more and you are nice to share this site. More power!

maria luisa

thank you Rebecca this is really helpful

samah

good learn engvid .

hailam70

hi mam,
I left from brazil on monday and arraived in france on tuesday..why this is wrong?

roses

while reading i saw the verb reach followed by prepositions .how come???

misteraly

thank you for your lessons

Niruja

Thanks for ur lessons

Niruja

Hello Rebecca,My English is so poor but i have seen your many video your teaching style is so good and i m learning keep it up reply me

lee

It is helpful

fakhranda

thanks alot rebecca
very good teaching ,so i have got one question about approach when uses at sentence.
how i fit in this picture.what mean?
i hope find answer

hussein

Dear Rebbeca,
I found the lectures very useful. I took IELTS examination last year and without any preparation i got 7 in writing, 6.5 in reading and listening and 6 in speaking. i want to improve my reading and speaking. Please give me some nice suggestions.
Thanks

yazmin

Dear Rebecca
Hello, I do not know how to thank you for great lessons. Could you please explain a little bit about in time & on time?

Best wishes

reza

can we use or apply for children as the adjective sexy boy or sexy girl to express their beauitness

Abijuah

hello Rebecca
I’m Olga, Olya for short. I’m from Russia.
I’ve seen most of your videos and like it much))
I don’t understand why you use ON after the verb travel, your example, I traveled on Air Canada why can’t i use “by air”?

thanks in advance
with regards
Olya

khonova28

Hi Rebecca! Thanks a lot for your video lessons, you are amazing teacher!

nchikisheva

thanks u so much u are nice teacher.

sahra

hi!
I like listening your video lessons, you are a great teacher but i need to speak better, and improve my accent ¿what do I do?

sebasgogos

thanks,but just one things it would be better if you upload the videos on your site or other server except youtube coz its inaccessible in iran and im sure its the same in some other middle east countries
p.s:its not that we can’t wathch it at all,we can watch it but we have to use vpn and it would be more convenient if we could access videos without it

alimousavi00

    I’m sorry to hear you’re having problems! I wish it could be made more convenient, but the income from Youtube ads helps keep the site going.

    engVid Moderator

    It’s also *REALLY* expensive to host our own videos. Unfortunately, it’s not an option at this point, Ali.

    engVid

      yah you are right,I hadn’t thought of that,,

      alimousavi00

hi… which one is correct,Day trip at”place name” or Day Trip in “place name”?…………tnx

rui19

    Hi, For specific place you have to use “at”.

    koutiani

Thank you, I would like ask you about this quastion. Why i can’t choose in..

by
Which airline did you travel ______? Air India? Jet Airways?
in
at
by
to

amerah

thanks a lot

isabelfrancisco123

thank you so much

KoThet

I M REALLY EXCITED TO ENJOY WITH YOUR LESSON

ZAARIA

Thanks i know about “in” “on” “at”

Amarjeet mourya

Thank you for your lecture. I well understand regarding at in on from and so on.

Kenz

Hi Rebecca:
Thanks a lot for your lesson.I agree with you.The prepositions are very difficult from Spanish people.
Regards.

poldos

Good lesson for me.It’s easy if you try.8 of 8.What do you think of this.I find it hard to say what I mean when I lack words.My best wishes to you,Rebecca.

Zibi-Poland

when we used no preposition
thz so much

salmanali

Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seat belts. We will be arriving ________ Cairo in about in minutes.
Is it correct to say we will be arriving in Cairo in about in minutes or in about minutes

hashime10

I want improve my English writing skill what program me follow

piyarathne2011

Nice exercise for checking our skills..

chandu2012

It is the best opportunity to learn and practice my English skill.Thank you so much.

getinet

very helpfull

shaz1999

Hi, Rebecca I wanna practice with you, all about English lesson that you’ve appear for your site, I’m so very interested for all lesson.
so allow me to learn all about it chat from your mail, do you allow me ???

chung wizz

thank you teatcher

naef

Thank you teacher!!
I had some doubts about these prepositions!!
Thanks a lot!

franalver

I have never seen a language teacher better than Rebecca. I feel that my English is getting better every day. Thanks Rebecca!

Adil Alkurdi

i wanna haesome ideaabout the verbs that aare followed by tne preposition ‘with’, can you give a lesson Rebacca?

madhu51

i wanna havesome idea about the verbs that are followed by the preposition ‘with’, can you give a lesson Rebacca?

madhu51

Thank you a lot for help, Rebecca!

annamel

Thank you so much,Rebecca!Your lessons are wonderful beyond any doubt!You are an excellent teacher!!!!!!!!!

svetik11

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOU & YOUR ENGVID TEAM.
PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ME FOR HOW READ SMALL & BIG PASSEGE BUT I WANT GET HIGHER SCORE FOR SAT COLLEGEBOARD TESTS CRITICAL READING SECTION…
:)

anjanadulanga

Thanks from Italy……you are the best

nanarella

Thank you very much mam! I have studied more lessons about prepositions from your lesson,once again thanks.

thiruselvi

I ENJOY YOUR LITTLE TEST.HOPE YOU CONTINUE IN FUTURE SO’ I CAN LEARN MORE AND MORE.IN THIS WAY I CAN EASILY IMPROVE MY ENGLISH

Pinky1

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Pinky1

thank you Alex .please help me more.

Janvier Pierre Roody

good lesson!
i like it. ^”^

Ted Lee

Very good !! I’m a new student here and I am loving it.. Really

leonan

hi dear teacher u r great and the way you r teaching very impressive i like u very much

ASHI VIRK

before i watch your video, i just got 5 out of 10 . but after i can understang everything what you mean

nguyenthihiep

Hi Rebecca,
thanks a lot. Your lesson helps me very much.
take care

cep62

l am always enjoying your lecture.
your class is helpful. thank you^^

lee,m

Thank you. It’s clear for my.

alina-mik

Thank you. It’s clear for me.

alina-mik

Wow, I like this lesson.
It sounds easy but very very useful and often uses incorrect.
Thank you for wonderful lesson.

Koichi

Anybody knows a chat to speak English ? Thanks you!

An@perez

Excellent! you are good teacher,keep going and we shall do our best.

Ahmed Daud Warsame

Hi! Please, would you mind to explain why here “I left ____________Brazil on Monday and arrived ____________ France on Tuesday.” the answer no preposition??? Is it not correct “I left from Brazil on Monday and arrived in France on Tuesday.”???

gunai20

Dear Rebecca,
When we arrive at the airport, we always find English information.
Your lesson is very useful.
Best regards.

Peter

Thank you!

Nao Tsuboya

Is it correct if I say: We will have to get up really early (instead “we’re going to have to get up really early” (example of Quiz). Is it difference?.

vanda61

Hi Rebecca,

Thanks for the lesson. I have a question: when we want to talk about which airlines we traveled, we can use both “on” or “by”. As your video, we should use “on” but in the quiz, i found it used “by”

Thanks,
Thien

thientt80

    Rebeca answered on Monday, March 7th 2011

    ELIZPE

Thanks for the lesson.

hanbulayoobi

Special thanks for the lesson

Patrol

Thanks Rebecca you are a good teacher

rosanita

thank you for the explanation Miss. Rebecca I Always follow your class.
best regards

rosanita

It was useful. Thanks a lot.

ebihand

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

I appraise your valuable videos

manaltalab

I like travel! Thank you for lesson

karik44

Thank you for lesson.

Meirkhan

Thank you Rebecca

kheireddine007

Thanks

kiaku garcia

I got 7/8! Thanks for the lesson!

robi75

thanks!

shihai182

You got 7 correct out of 8.

thanks.

M kartal

I want to learn grammer very fast ,can you help me?plz

Table

I got 7 correct out of 8, very good!

wsantos23

The quiz is helpful to understand more about the lessons which were just taught by the teachers through this video. I got 1 mistake and the score is 88. Thank you, Rebecca for always teaches in a wonderful way.

Nina Ginting

Teacher why ‘at’ is incorrect in question 7?

Shanika Nadeeshani

traveled or travelled ? you wrote traveled .

Turkan65

    Both are right! “Travelled” is more common in British English, and “traveled” is used more in North America.

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