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THAnk FOR The lessoN!I knew SOme of them but not at All ! Now I Can be clear XD thanKs For the lesson Alex….

see you In soon in one of your amazing Classes!

rickyken

    To talk about pains and aches we also use the word PAIN -of course, apart from the words seen in the lesson: hurt and ache)- for example “I had a sharp pain in my back”.

    Excellent lesson Alex!

    Regards

    Regino

thank you so mutch ^_^

latifah

thanks Mr Alex

tawfik

Thanks Alex V.much …….but where is the quiz??

leelian

    This lecture doesn’t have a quiz

    amine0082

      Hi amine,

      I apologize, but there is no quiz for this lesson.

      Alex

thanx mr.alex

thank you so much

I need learn English all the time

Lamma

very helpful, thank you Alex

salim

I am from Libya but now in USA for master’s studing .
It is good lesson,good luck

Ramzi

dear sir i realy impress from your first lecutre that was about health keep it up………..

WAJID HUSSAIN

plz tell me Alex where is the Quizz that lecture.i am waiting your prompt reply…………

WAJID HUSSAIN

    This lecture doesn’t have a quiz!

    engVid

Thanks for every lessons.
Do you think to prepare any lesson about “unless ,providing,as long as,other wise, but for , etc.”
Because these are really confusing…

korty

thaks a lot Mr.Alex

major

thanks mr Alex you are the best teacher

dadou

we need the quiz alex

mohsino8

    Hi mohsino,

    I’m sorry, but there is no quiz for this lesson. The lesson is pretty easy.

    Alex

Great job !!!

But, what about example :
My teeth hurt … is that right ???
Because teeth is a plural.

aldin

thanks a lot Alex,u have clarified things fr me

abdeljalil

thanks Alex..your method of teaching is very convenient.i am learning much from you.

Muhammad waqas

congratulations for all who are part of this site.

each has a differential that helps a lot in the way of learning.

am a math teacher living in Brazil have a big dream is to acquire fluency in English.

I would love to meet people from canada or USA to help me get one day in its country

karlos12

YOU ARE MY FAVORITE ONE TEACHER AND YOUR LESSONS ARE VERY HELPFUL NICE WAY OF TEACHING KEEP IT UP!

Mujtaba

Thank you so much sir.

Mohammed

do u hv any lesson on the ‘subjunctive mood’?? i could’nt find any on dis website….

veera1991

    Hi veera,

    This is a good idea for a future lesson. Thanks for the comment!

    Alex

Thank You I am very happy with this way to explain tnanks and god Bless You

surella02

Mr Alex…what about the word ‘ pain’, sometimes we use it eg back pain, neck pain etc…when we should use it..tq

saedon

    Hi saedon,

    You are correct. You can also say that “I have a pain in my arm,” or “I have a pain in my back.” The type of pain you feel is different from an ache, though.

    Alex

hi alex
i could not come cos i had headache (past)
i can not come cos i have headache (future)
is it correct?

ramzan

    Hi ramzan,

    “I could not come because I had a headache” for the past.

    “I can’t come because I have a headache” for the future.

    Thanks for your question.

    Alex

hi alex
(he was bored in the class)

can we use second form of the verb aftar was and were

ramzan

    Hi ramzan,

    I’m not sure that I understand your question. However, the sentence you posted is correct.

    Alex

    Maybe I can understand your question :))
    Look !! You didn’t use the second form after was you put an adjective !!but you can use (was/were+2nd form) in the passive “past simple in passive ”
    Is that right Mr Alex ???

    Rawan

Very helpful vocabulary when you are sick and need to explain symptoms. Thanks!

japonte

God bless you, Mr. Alex

iskandar1975

It was very nice :)
Thanks mr Alex !!

Rawan

hi alex thanks for this lesson could you teach about preposition becouse i am all time confuse them

maira

Hi ALex Iam learning a lot with you you are very cool

Samia

Can we say legache, eyeache and legache. Are they grammatically right??

Muzamil

Thanks, quiz?

vajira

Thanks Mr. Alex but where is the quiz?
I like the way you explain

jcardenas19

Thanks a lot!)

syrkin

thanks mr Alex the lesson is easy and clear and helpfull

msgna

where is the quiz

islam

hi Alex plz send me all your gramar videos

mohamed

thanks Alex

mohamed

Thankyou Alex,
Can I have a full course for speaking for download, please.
I’m 8th grade.

chintu

THANKS FOR YOUR LESSON.

PHYO PHYO

I have learnt a lot

fabienne95

thanks Mr Alex its really nice and good lesson .

Nadia

hi sir alex i love you way of talking its good oppourtunity for thirsty students like us for education god bless you can u please explain how can i improve my vocabulary? HAVE A NICE TIME

anu/neha

my headache!!

robby

tthank u so much :P

memo

Hi Alex i ve tried all ur lessons they are outstanding i ve learnt a lot from that except for 1 matter in English can we use ear ache like everother aches of the body please kindly in form me soon .

Rawail

and 1 thing more can you teach me french by accompanying yourself and ronnie kindly

Rawail

I dont know how to thank u. I like this site and teachers very much.

faiq1991

excuse me teacher i have a cuestion
when it all happend
can i say like this
”i’m sorry yesterday i had to go home because i had a headache”
sorry about my grammar i hope you help me!! please :)

memo

Hello Alex, Could you please tell me how to talk about being sick? I’ve heard sick when you have nausea, but how about being ill, injured, hurt, having a cold, flu? Are there specific words describing levels of not being well?? Thanks for your further help!

larissa2011

Thanks for lesson, Alex. It helped a lot! But you did not say what is the difference between pain and ache.

natalie777

Good

João Carlos

this teacher is my fovorite.Thank you for all

baxi

10q

gelilla

thanks Alex it’s very interesting I don’t know wyhy there is no quiz

zoulikha

thanks a lot

jamal

Thanx alot

Innocent Asim

you have been very helpfu.
thank you and carry on your goods

hapkido

Thanks Alex
I am a little confused about sometimes we say headache & for the leg we say leg hurts.
Please can I have more examples about that.
Thanks for everything, be in good health

Sallam

hey alex you teach so i am understood very well thank you

vaibhavk

thanks alex.. but where is quizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

leftu

Thanks very much, my great teacher, I’m learning a lot of, with EngVid.

rodrigodias

Alex, is it correct say chestache?
or pain in my chest.
or my chest ache.

Leandro

Hi Alex
I really appreciate you for your teaching well but I want to know what will we say about eye hurt?
thanks

rezaa

thanks a lot,Mr.Alex.

emma

I like how you teach english, you look like you know what you are doing, i have leard a lot from these lessons more than in the university

felipe

thank you so much sir.

razahussain

Hello everybody,
I’m Ganaa. I’m so happy this english lesson and online training.

gan830509

Thanks for the lesson…..
So far we have studied structures such as “My head hurts” or “I have a headache” but what happens when the subject of the sentence is plural? For example they?… Do I have to say “they have a headache” or “they have headaches?”

Thanks a lot..

Anival

    They have headache.

    akmajs

Think you so much

Bashooora

Thank you teacher. There isn’t any quiz for this lesson and I have a big headache, LOL).

darab1987

Where is the test???I wanna check my knowledge!(((

Any Russia

thank you so much sir

sksn1986

thanks is useful

Shams

thanks a lot, I think this lesson made me improve.

ampere

Didn´t you say there is a quizz? I can´t find it =(
Please add the link again
thx in advance!

enosum

thanks for informative lessons
last week i visit a hospital
Most of the patients had stomachache.
Two you teens had tummy ache.
Two patients had backache.
One girl had earache.
One old man had toothache.
After seeing I had headache too.
could you please check these sentences thanks
They are correct. aren’t they?

akmajs

visited not visit it is past i realized

akmajs

It’s very useful, thanks a lot!

Glad

Hi sir i’m in china and here we can’t use facebook as wll as youtube so your lesson are unattainable here and i’m totally pissed off please tell me the way or any anothe website.

Ateeq

thank you Alex I realy love this vid

yasmeen

I found this site view days ago I have learned Lots of things I wanna thanks people who have made this site.

Galad

Thanks a lot Alex

sabar

alot of thanks Mr. Alex

Ahmad

Thank u Alex! Its very interesting theme.

vesennia

COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

reissilva

Good classes, really njoy it

Jaime

terrific way to teach Mr.

Jaime

Thanks :) From now on I would be able to express the state of my heath in a better way :)

loveyleena

Thanks Alex for all your lesson

ahmedatallah

you feel dreadful.how do you feel?i feel better,dizzy.homesick,nostalgic,
sick headache.he had a stroke.in shock.abortion.

dan

Thanks Alex!

chris

affective much

Kartik Karmakar.

useful lesson

hatrandanh

Hello sucked but I did not even watch the video

Bob

great lesson,thanks.

rabbani

thanks a lot guys , you are doing a great job

ahmed95

You mean alot to me, thanx.

Heba

thank s

ahmed alani

Thnxxx for This lesson and i am getting to learn so many thing through your lessons so thnxx again alex..

Afroz

we prefer using aches in mandatory fields. are there some exceptions in which we can use ache as well as pain also?? Like , can we use any of them in a sentence? if there are some exceptions.. do tell :)

Amie

i really appreciate your time

florida

Thanks for your “talking about health”. Could you put a “Quiz?”

RAC

Great job Alex,thank you!
I have 1 question: what*s the difference between “ache” and “pain”?

petrywka1992

Hi Alex

thank you for the lesson. I have problems with a pronunciation of words: air, airport, ear, earache and sth like that. Could you make short lesson about it. You are very good explainer!

artur72

Thanks Alex.. Ur accent is so soft.. i am learning so fast.. thanks alex..

Safiullah420

I wanted to try the quiz. That’s too bad for me. But today, I got a headache (not here). Perhaps it was lucky for my head. Thank you, Alex :)

Happy04

Hi Alex,
thanks a lot, your lessons are great
take care

cep62

Hi Alex, by any chance, do you have any list that contains words to express ache, pain, sore, etc. I mean, with which nouns can I use the ending -ache

yanetdegalvez

Alex, I have a tummyache. xD
Why are so many people asking for the quiz if the lesson is pretty easy.

Zero10

Thanks
Mr Alex!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LBX W

Thank you Alex. I cannot get the Quiz.

BASSANT ABDALLAH

Thanks a lot:))

Tomas1010

thank you so much for your pronunciation. i always said headage, toothage. Actually is /hediek/.

kingthebill

interessting lesson, I like your teaching manner

moezbesbes

thanks

habibid69

Thank you.

Nadir

Dear Alex
I really enjoyed the way you teach this lesson. It is really clear and tangible. This way helped me how to teach my students .But I still have a question. if someone has a pain in her or his head because of hitting can we say I have a headache= my head hurts.I am looking forward for your reply. Thank you in advance.

learner34

sorry looking forward to your reply”making a grammatical mistake”

learner34

thank you, Alex. every topic is doing well.

feng118

Thanks for your lessons!You are my the best teacher

sasyk 1980

It was very interesting! Thanks Alex :)

YanaVini

It was good lesson. Thanks.

ebihand

Alex you are a good teacher… thank

dauris809

Could you please clarify the difference between the words “sick” and “ill”?I would be grateful to you
if you did.

Jameel Adnan

    They have the same meaning….but ”Sick” in american accent and “ill” in british accent.

    mohammed.jafaar

It was a very interesting lesson
..thanks mr.Alex

Masuud

Good lesson! Thank you teacher Alex!

robi75

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you Alex!

Jonathas Wilhem

thanks a lot! I liked this your present. Please would you like to teach more about health? Goodbye.

musta33

Excellent explanation Alex. I like your lessons
They are short and very informative Thanks a lot

Janyl

Thanks Alot Mr.Alex

mohammed.jafaar
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