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Good, I have 80 goal

gocanto

    thanks! I have got 90 goal

    oury

    Thank you i got 80

    richardmagrisi

    I have 90

    keep-up

My congratulations. I have got the same score

ilyakuzema

    не один я тут с Украины =)

    katateshi

      me too

      Vasskes

      +1

      le-fay

      + 10 out of 10 correct

      Chalov

      +1

      bobbsyk

Very clever! ”I can’t improve my English unless I watch more Engvid lessons”
Thanks for the lesson!
Hugs from Chile!

arhyden

    Dear teacher!
    I’m studying English at an institute in Chile, at the end of the course, as part of the course, I can take the TOEIC exam. Can I take the TOEIC if I’m only 17?

    arhyden

Hiii … I have 100 !!

thank you for your lesson !!

I’m from peru !!

luisvs21

Thanks a lot Rebecca, you are an excellent teacher.

robert1948

Well done, Rebecca.

Marcelo Machado

Thanks, this is my first lesson, and I got 80, not too bad, thanks so much

kendal07

Nice lesson :)

andehrson

thanks

carwan

Thanks!!!!

mazinho007

Thanks, Rebecca! What is the difference in the following phrases: ‘It is thought’; “It was thought”. Please explain with examples.

shans

    The difference is that the first is in the present and the second refers to the past.

    It is thought that …means something is believed today.

    It was thought that….means that at one time people used to believe something, which is no longer considered true.

    All the best to you, Shans.

    Rebecca

      Hi Rebeca, I have other question away on the blog. I can use adverb in a sentence without a verb? example, I rarely share a picture.

      thanks,
      RAY

      rtagalog

I proud of my self because this quiz make me show all of the corrects.

mahaviro

This lesson wont’t stay at the proper level unless you label it as ‘beginner’. :) Useful but quite a simple lesson. Anyway, thank you for it.

bencebacsi

You Are Perfect !!!! Thanks for every thing

vilayphone99

It has been a clearly lesson…
I got 10/10

blad90

im not know yet the using of unless..

maui21

It was excellent test, I took 90 points, I going to practice more lesson and to be better.

rdsantana2001

thanks A bunch Teacher ! :D

guilherme123leandro

Thank you :)

colors view

Unless means (If not),Is it right?

cuongchung1

    yes… i think so.

    Zacky

Unlless is a conjunction or transition,by the way.

cuongchung1

i failed(((((( 6 out of 10…. i feel bad… can anyone help me out

lyata

    Please refer to a grammar book for more practice. You can get it! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

I have 90%.
Rebecca, please explain when we use “with” ?

pavel09

many thanks

khalidse10

GOOD. I got 100

rajasekhar321

Hello!
Thank you so much Rebecca, very interesting lesson.
I am looking forward your angvid.com team give us a lesson about the using of the word “Drop”.

I can’t really understand and use this word “Drop” unless you give us one lesson about it. :)
Thanks in advance

lyacine01

rebecca hi how do u do . is that necessary to use , can not , with the sentence which contain unless ? because i observed that most exaples there icluded it . thanks for your lesson and good luck .

atiyyah

    You might use other terms such as:

    You will not / would not be able to pass the exam unless you study.

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Hi Rebecca could you explain the nineth question for me i have got 9 out of 10

aduinterpreter

    “Unless the people complain, the government will not change the existing laws.”

    This means that if the people do not complain, the government will not change the current laws.

    In other words, people need to protest, or complain, in order for things to change.

    All the best to you!

    Rebecca

      thanks Rebecca you are excellent

      aduinterpreter

You are a great teacher! I got 10 correct out of 10

avrora77

Hi Rebecca, thank you for this lesson. I just waited for the lesson about unless ;]
But in your examples there are always “You can’t do this if you don’t + verb”. And could you exdplain how to ues ‘unless’ in the examples below:

“You can’t buy a beer, if you are drunk”
“You shouldn’t go to work, if you feel ill”

please help!

gregorypl25

    You cannot use the word unless in every sentence!

    Below you would have to say something like this:
    “You can’t buy a beer, unless you are sober”
    “You shouldn’t go to work, unless you feel well”

    That would make sense! All the best to you.

    Rebecca

10 out of 10. Thanks Rebecca!

iuliaioescu28

thanks a million but i think there is problem in the last question .

asala

    10. “She will not face the death penalty unless she is found guilty.”
    This means the same as:
    If she is found guilty, she will face the death penalty.

    It is correct,because she will only face the death penalty if she is found guilty.
    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

10 outta 10 xD Thanks Ms Rebecca

mohsagyron

I’ve got 100% first time.

connor

I’ve got 100%, so good

rsoler

90

nice :)

fatensalim

Hello who want to practice their English add me on Skype: Popoff882 my English level is an advanced

jeffreyemty

thanks i have 100 very important lesson thank uuuuuuuuu

sami45

Thank you Rebecca!

sgmmm

Great I won!!!

thekingtusk

Hello Engvid,

I have question please could you please help me out, My Question is ..
when I watch one of the teacher’s lessons I go to take the quiz but the quiz doesn’t match the topic of the lessons how can I take quiz related to the lesson?

moe.abood

    I solve it.
    Thanks

    moe.abood

    Sounds like the wrong quiz got attached! What lesson is this?

    engVid Moderator

      No I think I was wrong because I watch them on YouTube and take the Quiz on your website so I got mixed with each other.

      but thank you for your quick respond

      moe.abood

8 out of 10(y). Thank you!

nadoo96

“You can’t buy a beer, if you are drunk”
‘You can’t buy a beer unless you are not drunk’
or
‘You can buy a beer unless you’re drunk.’

“You shouldn’t go to work, if you feel ill”
‘You shouldn’t go to work unless you don’t feel ill.’
or
‘You should go to work unless you feel ill.’

bencebacsi

    I agree with:
    ‘You can buy a beer unless you’re drunk.’
    and
    ‘You should go to work unless you feel ill.’

    In my opinion we can’t use ‘unless’ with ‘not’ in one part of the sentence: ‘Unless you don’t …’ it is a double negation.

    gregorypl25

      I think a part sentence after ‘unless’ represents an exception and a negative statement also can be an exception. An exceptional condition can be something you don’t do.
      Just try to imagine the following example.
      You get up early everyday. That’s your daily habit. Now you’d like to say something exceptional about this situation.

      ‘I must go to bed before ten o’clock (in the evening) unless I don’t have to get up early.’

      Because you get up early everyday, the only exception can be its negative statement. You know, if you don’t get up early, that doesn’t always mean that you get up late. You can get up in time or at a specific time what doesn’t tell if that’s early or late for you.

      bencebacsi

        Probably you’re right. I thought that the word ‘unless’ always means ‘if not’, but I’ve heared once that it’s a expresion taht has specific meaning. But it always makes me confusing :P

        And you’re right. I get up early every day ;]

        All the best!

        gregorypl25

10 out of 10! Thanks Rebecca, nice lesson!

Janilza

I cannot go to England UNLESS i improve my english with engvid.

grazisil13

    Right! Good for you!

    Rebecca

      Thank you Rebecca so much

      keep-up

Thankss rebeca I got 100 in my score jeje thank you.

daniel124

Thank you so much teacher Rebeca. You are the best teacher.

phelippe8

Thanks Rebeca!

vicavila

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

Below Speaking English – How to use “unless” you wrote: You WON’T understand how to use this word UNLESS you watch this grammar lesson! maybe you meant: You WANT TO understand how to use this word UNLESS you watch this grammar lesson!
Thanx!

apolischuk85

    No, actually, it is correct the original way.

    Won’t means will not; in other words, you will not understand how to use this word unless you watch this grammar lesson.
    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

100! YAY! Thank you so much, Rebecca!

alexandra1d

Thanks Rebeca for one more usefull lesson.

fernandes108

Dear Rebecca, thank you so much!
Could we use untill/till as well?
E.g.
We won’t have dinner untill/till we book a table in a restaurant.

Does it work?
Thank you in advance for explanation.

kenzoll

    You can use it but it has a different meaning from unless.

    Until and till refer to a condition related to time only.

    Unless refer to a general condition. For example,
    We won’t be able to have dinner unless we book a table because that restaurant is always crowded.

    All the best!

    Rebecca

    Dear Rebecca! I would like to ask for you that the sentence is correct above? (“kenzoll” wrote it)
    “We won’t have dinner until/till we book a table in a restaurant.”
    or we should say it:
    “We won’t have dinner until/till we don’t book (OR: we can’t book) a table in a restaurant.”
    I think the last one is correct in meaning, isn’t it?
    – And How I have to say “tense” (in past or present) and in negative or positive after until/till?
    Thank you in advance for explanation.

    dcsk

Thank you madam ,could you please take a lesson on untill/till ,this will clear more “unless”.
pls take a lecture on this.Thanks a lot in advance. I hope you will take a lecture.

rajpal90

Dear Rebecca and EngVid team,
Thank you very much for your hard work with us, people who want to improve the English language.
I watch your videos again and again and find something new all the time. Your topic are incredible useful in real life.
And thank you for a new feature therein – subtitles.

malvilana

    Glad you are enjoying the lessons and that you find them helpful.

    Rebecca

I did the quiz perfectly. one question: I wasn´t going to get here early unless I take a taxi or I took a taxi. which is the correct?

thanks in advance!

ricart100

Thank you Rebecca

aouina

I don’t know how much people really know about his life.”Is this a correct sentence”.pls tell me about “how much people” or “how many people” which one is correct

rajpal90

    ‘people’ is the plural form of ‘person’. So, this is a countable noun and you have to use it with ‘many’. Use ‘much’ for uncountable nouns like ‘money, sugar, bread, flour’ etc.

    bencebacsi

      That is correct! Thank you!

      Rebecca

It was absolutely useful lesson! Thank you!

azamatmirmanov

Thank you , Mam ! I have got 100%!

debalina

i’ve good think 100 thank’s to you and it mean that you give good lesson

bogusse94

I’m sorry but I don’t understand the tenth question.

ratko

Thank you very much!

larysa6165

Thanks to all for your feedback. It is good to know we are able to help you.

Rebecca

80 not bad. tnx for the lesson

rsandres13

so bad, i’ve got 5
i will try again and thank you for this lesson.

jolalita

it was a useful lesson , thank you

mohamedabdelhai

thank you so much. that was so clear :)

mohamedzr

Rebecca, could you please make a lesson about: Like This/That AND This/That Way or explaining the difference and when use this terms correctly?
Thanks for the help!!

mazinho007

I have 80 goal :)

kraz22

    I have 90 goal :)

    kraz22

Hi
I am from Russia
Thank you for lesson
I have 80 goal ,i think its not bad for the first time

atanskiy13

Thank you dear Rebecca ;)

fab8

Good, I have 90.
Thanks Rebecca

biosilvao

Thank you, i got it!

rogeriodana

I have 100!
Thanks for the lessons, Rebecca.
I’m brazilian.
The videos and quizzes are helping a lot my studies.
Thanks a lot!

justiniano

    Obrigado! Happy to hear it. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

Great lesson . I have a question teacher Rebecca; can I say for example : You can’t go to supermarket unless you have cash or credit card.
Thanks ^_^

moha4876

    Yes, basically, yes.

    Actually, the truth is you can go to the supermarket without cash or a credit card, but you won’t be able to buy anything!

    All the best!

    Rebecca

I love all your lesson on youtube. It is really understandable :x.
just get 8/10. Not to bad :)

namichan

tnx rebecca and more power to your program. gdbless…

alma42

Thank you
60

afrah12

Awesome lesson especially for me.
Somebody wrote: ‘Below Speaking English’ is error in sentence, actually I thought so too but suffice it to say ‘if you don’t’ instead ‘unless you’ and everything will be clear.

yubii

yeah! i got 100 score! I never stop studying english unless I lose interest in it. >.<

milliejihee

Thanks Rebecca. I can not improve my English unless I do exercises daily.

amilaasw

Thank you I’ll watch more engvid lessons

alhawsawi123

Thank you Rebecca, it was really helpful. ;)

paulo75

Thank’s teacher it was helpful :)

salehmoujtahid

Thank you for your help
All the teachers of this sit-web are great

bilalfromalgeria

i got it :D

Jorge Rivas

You are such a great teacher!! Thanks Rebecca!!

elvira35

Thank you Rebecca=) 90=)

helena94

10 out of 10

Yudhisthira

Thank u. I have a 90 remark. I think that is very good.

bataa0430

i got 80 marks:)

ubaid1987

10 of 10!! :D

annabet91

Thanks a lot Rebecca for your vids, they’re so usefull!!!

dredalrole

Thanks, I got 100!! but I need a help on this question from the quiz:

“Mary’s mother said she could not go to the mall with her friends unless she called and wished her grandmother for her birthday …”

My question is:

What changes in the meaning will occur if we write this question as follows:

1. Mary’s mother said THAT she could not go to the mall with her friends…

2. Mary’s mother said,” she could not go to the mall with her friends…”
(i.e. with punctuation marks)

Hope to get answered soon.

mohamedriswan

    1. This sentence is fine.
    2. It should be: Mary’s mother said to her, “You cannot go to the mall with your friends.”

    When you use quotation marks, you must write the actual words spoken by that person and not just report the message.

    All the best to you.

    Rebecca

Thanks Rebecca, these videos really help a lot.

studentengvid

i got 10 .thanks for this lesson .i think its a right place to learn english ,especially your way of teaching is very gud .

fdeeba

I got 90 but it’s okay because I’m learning.
moreover i’m satisfied!!!

Gilberto

    Nice attitude! My best to you.

    Rebecca

So close, I scored 90. Let’s keep learning and improving! :) Thank you for the lesson, Rebecca.

alexsantos

I got 10 but I Know that I need keep learning

macoratti

    That sounds like a very wise person speaking.We can always improve and your attitude is praiseworthy. My best wishes to you.

    Rebecca

it was very nice lesson 100%

NelsonNeto

Dear Rebecca, I really interest to learn, listen n answer U all’s videos n enjoying completely of answering quiz. For this lesson I got 10/10.Ur accent is very clear 2 understand n it’s giving comfort to learn well. Thank U so much!

AjeetU

    Glad to hear you find the lessons helpful. My best to you.

    Rebecca

got it…

devesh kumar soni

i got 100 mark good

L

10/10 :)

otgon2013

Naks..very encouraging to enhance my knowledge and ideas…thank you madam…

jimkiskisol

THANKS…

sureshadtl

Dear Rebecca, I got a 9, I had a doubt in a question and failed, but I am very happy because you are a good teacher, very good teacher, there is in my preparation an before/after, the guilty? ENGVID. You have a gorgeous team!.

polo1954

Hi Teacher Rebecca,
thank you so much for helping us
I’ve been wondering which is correct
” people are …”
or ” people is .. ” ?
I know that “are” is for plural nouns
and “is” is for singular nouns BUT the word ” people ” confused me because in some songs it’s treated as singular! in others it’s treated as plural I know that people is the plural form of “person” but what confused was these songs ):
can help me please (:

ladyarchie

    I would like to help you: The plural of PERSON IS PERSONS, Peoplo don´t have plural. I speak spanish language, the noun GENTE don´t have plural, It´s incorrect that you say GENTES, you can not say UN GRUPO DE 20 GENTES, instead you say un grupo de 20 personas / un grupo de gente, without specify the exact number, In this case of your song, you can not say PEOPLES because you made a mistake. PEOPLE/GENTE is used in singular and plural as english as spanish languages, I would like have contact with you through skype so we can to practice our common language.

    polo1954

      Thanks, Polo. My best to you!

      Rebecca

    “People are…” is correct. All the best.

    Rebecca

Thanks Rebeca! Now my concept is clear.

subirmaity999

Hi Rebeca,
I liked the example that was in the video ” I can’t improve my english unless I watch more engvid lessons”.
That was quiet funny but it’s true too.
And thank you very much for this video.

anoopyadav

Thanks :)

faribanr

thanks rebeca…i got 100

bijaydlb

10/10 big thanks teacher, you are very special

fakhritn

I have 80!
Thanks Rebecca :-)

revlis84

i got 80 points but i know that, it is not enought for me. i have got an exam in sept. 7. if i can not pass, i will have left the school :S

aatak

    i got 80 points but i know that, it is not enought for me. i have got an exam on sept. 7. if i can not pass, i will have left the school :S

    aatak

      I hope you passed and if you din’t, I think it’s a good reason to stay in school, isn’t it?

      My best wishes to you.

      Rebecca

wow,ı have got 100%

muhendese

useful lesson Thank you so much :-)

Maruzzo

oh wow! I have done 90. Thanks for the lesson

Arshad Khan

yep.. 10 /10 :)

Imran Ali88

I can’t go to play unless I watch engvid.

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

100%

planczero

i need to study more

teclas

this is the best site for learning the English i am very glad to join this.

anoopkumar705

Thank you Rebecca! I got 10 out of 10! you are a great teacher! This is the best web-site for learning english :P

carlos1403

Thank You so much Rebecca! your way of teaching is impressive:) got 10 out of 10

Jogie

May I ask you to teach how to use “as well as”.

Tomtam

Oh I got 50 only,but I will practice more unless I will get 10

Mehryn

I can`t go next page unless I say Thank you.
Thank you Rebecca.

Jinhun

Nice lesson!! Thanks!

webbram2002

Hi Rebecca,

Please tell me what are your recomendations for IELTS. Do we need to use always positive forms or we can use and negative forms.

roshavbg

I got 90:) Thank Miss.Rebecca. That’s interesting

tonymontana1995

Hi Rebecca, thanks.
Interesting statement “Unless the people complain, the government will not change the existing laws.” It isn´t applied here in Brazil. Dictatorship disguised as democracy.

O.liveira

It was an excellent lesson.Thanks, Rebecca.

daffodile

Hi Rebecca!
Thanks for your efforts in teaching english free by this website (online). I have to tell you that it is very useful for me (us). I came from Hungary in the middle of Europe near to Ukraine, Slovakia, Transilvania, Austria, Slovenia with bordering on these countries. We are far away from those countries where English is native language (for example than in UK or in yours country, Canada) and even we can learn and improve it by your good lessons.
I have already heard original britain people speaking in english and I could not understand them because They cut the end of words or don’t pronounce some (more) letters in words. When I could hear people living in canada (to) speak english i was suprised. They speak english very understandably and I think the grammer is correct in opposite to english spoken in USA.
I would like to put some words (in this subject) here that I have read in a grammer book (called Practical English Usage).
“However, there are some cases where unless is impossible. In general, unless can be used in sentences that say ‘A will happen if it is not stopped by B’, but it cannot be used in sentences that say ‘A will result from B not happening’. ”
COMPARE:
I’ll be back tomorrow unless there’s a plane strike. (Or: ….if there’s not a plane strike)
I’ll be glad if she doesn’t come this evening. (Unless is impossible! -Mistake: …unless she come this evening. We can not use unless instead of “if she does not” because it will change the meaning of all sentence.)
I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t have an accident.
(Unless is impossible! -Mistake: …unless he does have an accident/…unless he has an accident. SAME: We can not use unless instead of “if he does not”)
***
These sentences are very similar in “understanding” to those ones where “unless” can be used.
***

dcsk

    Thank you so much for sharing all this information with everyone. I am glad to hear the English lessons on our website help you. It is difficult to improve when you don’t hear English in your everyday environment, but that’s where the Internet can help us so much. You can watch lessons and talks by various people and you also have the chance to go back and listen again if you don’t catch something the first time. I wish you all the best!

    Rebecca

Thanks you for your lesson. Rebecca! its interested..
I’ll be improve my english unless I watch video english so much!

huynhthithanhthom

Thanks for your lesson. It is very interented.
best regards from Spain

Galu

I cannot get IELTS unless i answer all questions.

AYOUB ALGHARABLY

Thanks…

I can’t get a better paid job unless I improve my English.

gbalan

    Yes, this is true. I wish you all the best.

    Rebecca

Very good lessons, I got 100%.

Thanks Ms Rebecca

Abdul Qayum

i got 100% thanks a lot

pradeep karuturi

Good lesson

a.helmyahmed

I got 90 of 100 … thanks a lot MS.Rebecca

Shadow

Nice lesson!

siptas

Thanks Rebecca, I got 100 point :)

ZazaFitrah

Thanks Rebecca…

KorhaNErkan

Thanks Rebecca, UNLESS we follow your instructions we cannot improve English language.

p.santhosh13

I have 90 , but ı want to take 100:((

nuray44

Hey Rebecca! I was just wondering how the EngVid team made this website with?

Oliver Welsh

Hello Madam, Is “unless” only used in the 1st conditional?

beladam

THANK YOU FOR THE LESSON.

katerinapas1

I got 100 points again by the way Rebecca you could also mention “as long as” together with unless

unless x as long as

Thanks

oguzilhan

W oh, I got a 100! I am catching up.

chisengakunda@rocketmail.com

Thank you, Rebecca. Your lessons really help me a lot.
Could you please, upload a lesson about love-expressions? What I exactly want to clear is the way to express my liking or love to someone when addressing to him/her.
e.g.Instead of saying “My dear Rebecca” is it correct to say “My sweet/good Rebecca”? Or speaking to my best friend can I say “My sweat heart or my sweat girl” or something like that?
Thank you in advance.

Dina

Nice teaching I’ve ever seen on engVid.com.
I’ve got 100.
Thanks a lot.

Thierry Cheng

I got 10 correct out of 10.
Thanks engvid for this lesson.
We can´t improve our English unless engvid lessons.
We will keep touch.

gtgtgt

Yes i got 100 thank you for a usefull lessons

elsadiq70

i wasnt going to watch the video and go straight to the quiz but then i said unless i watch this lesson i will fail

cupil27

my friends here use the phrase “NOT UNLESS…..” instead of unless. Is this correct?

lynyrdskynyrd5

Thanks a lot Rebeca.
You’re a great teacher and your lessons are
always useful.
take care

cep62

I got 100!
Thanks for your video!

Suki Chu

100, thanks

Yaryk

i didn’t understand the difference between untill , unless & till yet.

dilbag italy

what is difference between untill , unless & till ?

dilbag italy

Thank you, Rebecca. I think I’ve learned to use “unless” correctly.

toucanmokun

Thank you, teacher!

Lfabian2013

Thanx a lot

What about using ” Unless” with another tens ?

shahdyah

Thank you, Rebecca.

51john23

Hi Rebecca teacher, I have 70 point,I have 1 question to you. Is my opinion true, check up please.I think it is true.
question 10- unless she is=if she is not ?

Kamal Caucasus

I can’t use unless subconsciously, Every time I met useless,I needed to change it to ‘if not’ to comprehend the meaning clearly.

Sallon yu

thanks rebbeca are you my prefer teacher of caurse with adam ;ronnie ;alex

karimboulami

i can’t get 90 mark unless you have bee explained me about unless.
correct?

lintun

Thanks a lot Teacher Rebecca. I have a question, when we use unless do we need a coma ( , ) or not?
:)

Kary Was

According me the answer number ten is incorrect, because if she is found the guilty, she won’t
face the death penalty.Have I right?

dfantauzzi769

Thank you for simplifying

issamhd83@gmail.com

thank you very much, unless I watch this video I can’t understnad this lesson

tarik1

I don’t want to leave here unless I write a question.
we have to use ‘unless’ with present simple tense
ıf we want to talk about past how we use it

tons of thanks in advance rebacca. I love you
my best to you

Manolya

thanks you as well engvid for accepting my comment to approve

Manolya

Hi Rebecca! Firstly I would like to say a big thank u for your classes, my english getting improve since I started watch engvid. I wish u a wonderful weekend, bye!

Tyeme

I got 80.

m.s.a

90..Thank you for the lesson.

From Algeria

JamelK

just because of mam i got 10 out of 10

pulkit91

Thank you Rebecca.
One question what can be used in place of ” Let me know” we use in email like let me know if you have more questions.

devgairola

As usuall I love your way of explanation God bless you

preemy

I can’t improve my English unless I watch more Rebecca engVid lesson.
Thanks Rebecca, I’m happy here.

Changzhen

For the first time i have got 100.

bipu

Dear Rebecca,
I cannot improve my English quickly unless I learn more vocabulary on engVid everyday. I do it.
Best regards.

Peter

Ten correct. My thanks to Rebecca.

plank1957

Yeeess 100 .First Quiz in engVid i Had 100 <3 Thank you Rebecca <3

Aymen Dz

I can’t have 10 points unless i learn your engVid :p

Aymen Dz

this my quiz rebecca:
90
You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

chakim hamzah

it,s little difficult :) but you are explained very well thanks teacher it was very useful and i enjoyed my self :) i,v got 90

nouf abdullah

Hi Rebecca!First of all, I’d like to thank you for your awesome lessons, but I have a question. I do not undrestand using of English prefixes, could you explain it? When and how? What is the difference? Why? I’m not learning English at school that’s why I ask you.

SergeMolchanov

Thanks….., your pronounsation is exellent for me…

Cancanerk

I’ve ticked first answer in second question and should be correct but I’ve got bad result so in my opinion we have small issue in that question on your quiz. How do you think? Thanks and appreciation for your job:)

Mosiak1980

Rebecca, now I finally understand how to use “unless”.That’s why I love your classes.You are admirable! I don’t know how to thank you.

Benny Dilson

thank you i got 100

basaniprathyusha

I got only 7 out of 10. not bad! but i need to study more and more to improve my English. hmmm.. anyway! thanks a lot teacher.

Tirzy

Hi mam. how about “You can’t drive a car. Unless you have drivers license. is that correct? thanks a lot!

Tirzy

Thank you!

Natasha1706

80 good point

ismailsakar

I have 80 points

Yuriy2001

Thank you, Rebecca! I’ve got 100! Very understandable lesson!

Anna Babich

Rebecca is the best!!!!

GiantCherry

Thank you! Very useful material!

mariadv

9/10

ann ann

It is a perfect lesson ! 10 out of 10. Thank you!

Yaliny80

yaah, hard test, but i have 100.
Thanks!!

selvmord

I have 8 without watching a lesson

Alina-Maria

thank you

vkachan69

I can not improve my English unless I study more harder.

Tammyjang1

Many thanks

Maryam Zaky

I got 10 correct out of 10. happy to do it!!

teckne

Thank you very much!!!. I got 10 but need to improve:)

YoBala

Very good class.

Rosivaldo Marques

Thank you! It was a very useful lesson.

Visma

Rebecca has a talent. She explains lessons clearly. I can not improve my English grammar unless I watch the her videos.

Medbrat

Rebecca has a power to explain lessons clearly. I can not improve my test today, unless i watched her videos.
I love Rebecca as she is teaching me,now i understood many english words which was impurity, thank you for many time.

Aadam Osman

HI,
I SCORED 90 marks congratulations to me, Thank you Rabecca

anataala

Yes! I got 90 😀

Zumba

I’ve got 90

Gennady1979

Good I have 100 score

agie3009

ALL OF THEM CORRECT THANKS REBECCA YOU KNOW HOW TO TEACH ;)

yunus celik

Have got 100

Onekertis

Thanks

Zawzaw992001

thanx

halah20

Thank you so much Rebecca! I’ve been needing this lesson) It is figureoutable now))))

Elena Stephania

Thank you Rebecca really its help me i got 100

salmahh

Thanks for this lesson!

rush2

i have 100, but sometimes logic helps me to answer – more rain – no picnic or “if she is not found guilty, she will still face the death penalty” – it’s illogical…

Saidka

I got 10 correct out of 10.

ANUAR B.

Thanks, Rebecca. Good lesson. I got 100

nickandr

90 In my first quiz

atul.singh@1994

My first Quiz.got 10 out of 10

ibrahimaziz

    Congratulations! 🎆

    engVid Moderator

I got 100%.and I start to feel that my english is improving well because if your best and easy explaination

benzouhir88

thanks for 80

Satilmis

Very well explained, as usual,Rebecca. Thanks!

Sonia1234

i have 90 Goal :)

MIZZO

I scored 90, I need to practice more to improve, thanks anyhow Rebecca.

fernando triana

I got 100

Felixbor

hello Rebecca,

very exciting lesson.a little tricky for now.i need more excercises.I´ve got 80.thanks a lot

ranie

Thanks Rebecca! I like listening your lessons.

ViktorLLL

I’ve got 90 ! thanks !

alexandercolina1972

Tanks i got 90

ibrahimaziz

You got 10 correct out of 10. thanks…

M kartal

Thank you Rebecca…
i got 10 out of 10…

Srikanth Tangirala

10/10
Thanks for the lesson.
Unless we watch your videos, we cannot improve.
I cannot marry Jane unless I ask for the permission from her parents

You cannot be sured of your strengths unless you give it a try

She doesn’t eat dinner unless her parents arrive at home.

Unless you work hard, you cannot pass

He won’t come to party unless she’s there.

Practice is not a key to success unless you do it.

Practice is a key to success unless you deny it.

Ashifa

thanks … I have 90

mottee.barhoom

10/10
One of my favorite teacher.

Ronnie1405

70 for the beginner!!!is it ok?

jovelyn0213

i cant get a perfect score, unless i study and learn more.

jovelyn0213

Yes!! I got 80
Thank you teacher Rebecca you are the best!

jkrc123

Thanks!

shihai182

100% Correct

Dasun Ranaweera

9/10 thank you!

Ludmila3007

8/9… I make trouble mistake…

atahoseini

Hi Rebecca, thank you it is really great. I have a question,I got 10 out of 10 and it was D why is not A?
Thank u.

zerit

I got 70 thanks for your help. You are the good teacher.

Djibrilaye

9 corrected out of 10 :D

Tammyjang1

Thanks Ms. Rebecca.

Alex-1956

a full mark :D
thank you Rebecca for your efforts
your are the best teacher i’ve seen ever

khalil93ayoub

Thank you MS. Rebecca, I got 10/10!

Bah Abdurahim

Thanks a lot, 10/10 !

Shav-kat

i perfectly finish this quiz

chenyunda218

I cannot get Full score unless I studied this lesson well before.

zinnaing

thanks rebeca, the course helps me so much to improve my english. you are doing great job!

NELL NIELSEN

Hi Rebecca, Do you have lessons for how to use regards, in regard, and regarding?

Reddot

100% ooohh

TahseenB Bhutto

Thanks rebecca
I have got 100%

Abaad

i have got 100.
thanks ma’am

vignesh senthil kumar

Thanks a million mam for your outstanding lesson! It’s helped a lot and very clear,more informative.we can’t improve my English unless we watch engvid lessons.I love your lesson as always.

Prasunan

Hi Rebecca, if I understood well your lesson I cannot say: “Unless you have a better idea, let’s go to the mall”. Is it correct? Thank you in advance!

Claudia Virginia

Hi mam.Could you please reply to my text? I will be on cloud nine if I get so☺️

Akhi sree

Thanks a lot Rebecca!

Sam

I have 90🤩🤩

abdoeco

I won’t improve my speaking unless I try to speak English more often.
I won’t improve my reading unless I read more.
I’ll never improve my listening unless I listen to podcasts in English and watch movies without subtitles.

Thank you, Rebecca!

silvacesar

10/10 thanks

Leonarashira

Great explanations! Thank you!

Lighte

60 i feel bad

waleedaljohani

I watched this video twice on July 22, 2021, and took the quiz after watching it once. I got ten out of 10.

ergn

Thanks for your great teaching
Is this sentence true? They can’t come to the birthday party unless they have invitation card

samazolfkhani

Best teacher! God Bless you more…

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