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yeah yeah ! i’m the first to comment !! Great video Professor Emma ! Thanks !

bilel

    Hello Emma, thank you for teaching us an english languge. i like your way for teaching.

    wafaam10

    Thanks for watching! Sorry for the delay in my response everyone! I’m in the northern part of China right now and have been without Internet until now. Today and tomorrow I plan to respond to your comments!

    Emma

      thanks Emma

      walle

      thanks..

      mrjo

      are you a girl??

      ridhwan

      Hello sister, Emma! I would like you to tech me about how to use Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. Thanks before hand for lesson!

      BUNNA VANN

      Sugoi ne?? 100 points! Arigatou! Emma-san!

      Ayase

      thanks madam..

      jovans

        :)

        jovans

    lol, thanks for sharing

    walle

Hello Emma !! I would like to know about diference between So and Then. And when it is used then and so

Thank you !!

Ancelmo

    Hello Emma !! I would like to know about diference between So and Then. And when it is used then and so
    Thank you !!

    ancelmoth

      typically,, I will give you the answer in a brief way :
      ^^so^^ as adverb means extremely
      e.g. The uni is extremely difficult to get into
      The uni is so difficult to get into .
      ^^so^^ as conjunction means therefore
      e.g. she had prior experience,therefore she seems the best candidate
      she had prior experience,so she seems the best candidate .
      all these sentences are proper:D :D

      & about then you what it means
      it used for sequence & time
      ^time^ e.g. Jack travel to US and then to UK
      ^sequence ^ e.g. I wish I had know then what I know now

      hisham77

        Thank you !! now I got it

        ancelmoth

        Excellent response Hisham! You guys are great at answering the questions of others! Thank you!

        Emma

          thank a million T/Emma for your compliment .

          hisham77

          Thank you very much for this lesson.
          You’re a very greet group.

          yaqoub

        thanks hisham77

        mou-fat

10/10 thanks a lot !

Artyom

I have no problem with that! xD

morfik

awesome!
teacher, What is SMARTIES? It’s kind of sweet?

Can I say -> I’m more fatter than you
or..
I’m more fat than you

Which is more used?

i love yours videos teacher..

mateus92

    I more fatter than u is right bcoz the grammar is: more + adj + er + than.
    Hope I could help,
    Have a ball!

    fatiima8

      Fatima, I think that You are wrong. You can say:
      1) I’m more fat
      2) I’m fatter
      Both are correct. Second is more common because, it is shorter (or “more short” – but never “more shorter”). “more” is used always with long words. For example we would say “more expensive” enstad of “expensiver”
      You can’t connect this two ways together and make “more fatter”.

      swierszczowa1

        Even in this Emma’s lesson are examples:
        1) She is bigger than me (not “more bigger”)
        2) Abdul is funnier than Frank (not “more funnier”)
        3) Vegetables are more expensive in the Yukon than in toronto (not more expensiver).

        swierszczowa1

        Oh Gosh!
        I was wrong un4tunately!
        Anyway…..
        How can I thank u dear Kamila?!!
        U know,I was mixed up but u r more alert than me!
        Hope the best,
        fatiima!

        fatiima8

        First things first — Don’t confuse comparative forms of adjectives with comparative forms of adverbs. Basically, the rules are the same in one-syllable words — you add “-er”:
        (adverb) “fast”-“faster”
        (adjective) “big”-“bigger”
        2. Two-syllable(and more)adverbs use always “more” in front of an adverb.
        “quickly”-“more quickly”
        3. Two-syllable adjectives ended with “y” — you change “y” to “i” and add “-er”
        “funny”-“funnier”
        3. Three and more syllable words use “more” in front of an adjective.

        And of course, there are many many exceptions. xD And people sometimes use “more big” or even “more bigger”. I’m sometimes using “more big”, I don’t know why I prefer this form. xD

        morfik

          My goodness !! what is that ?? what is that ??
          ^^people sometimes use “more big” or even “more bigger””^^
          dude,, are serious or you deliberately joking ,, there is no such these exception
          the rule is :
          1 syllables ^ er ^
          big-bigger ,, tall-taller ,,nice-nicer
          **The only exception with the word ^fun ^
          you add more- ,, more fan

          2 syllables
          ^er^ if the words ended with ( er ,le ,ow ,y )
          happy-happier ,, clever- cleverer ,,, gentle-gentler,,, narrow- narrower
          * the exception her with eager & proper the don`t follow this rule
          we used with`em more : more eager ,, more proper
          with others adj that not ended with these letters use more

          3 syllables also with more : more important

          that`s it nothing more .
          typically there is nothin` such rules that you tell about`em ,, gimme an evidence about what you say and I will eat my words ^^

          hisham77

          In fact,I’m not sure about the exceptions of such a this grammar but….
          U know,Everything is possible except nothing!!
          Innit?????!!!!!!! :)
          Anyway,tx 4 ur in4mation.

          fatiima8

          first and foremost,, I didn`t create these exception . check grammar book to be more certain..yep yep every think is possible I know ,,, but there is limitation for the possibility

          hisham77

          As to “more big” or “more bigger” — You know, I’ve never said that is a rule or something. I just said that people use this in daily speech.

          See this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmnfche6lsU

          You have the explanation in 1:50 — listen to it carefully.

          morfik

          Indeed i was very wrong believing “more tall” is correct. I checked. It’s definitly not correct.
          But You know what? You can really sometimes see something like that, when You read something in internet (of course, nothing serious – just someones blogs e.c.t), or listen people in informal situation. Some people just don’t care about grammar and they break rules, even if they are native speakers. So, Morfik could say “people sometimes use…”
          And You now what I discovered when I was checking gramar roles to make these reply? There are some words that You can use both with ‘more’ and with ‘er’:
          ~cleverer, more clever
          ~gentler, more gentle
          ~friendlier, more friendly
          ~quieter, more quiet
          ~simpler, more simple

          This topic became very interesting :)

          swierszczowa1

          Profitable in4mation!
          Many tx 4 sharing them with us.
          Gooodluck with ur English!

          fatiima8

    Oh…excuse me!
    I was mixed up.We use one syllable adjs like fat,big n so on so on… + er + than .
    e.g. U r better than me in driving!
    I’m sorry 4 my mistake again.
    Goooooodluck!

    fatiima8

      fatiima,, I think you are better than this,,you might noticed what morfik mistaken ..
      adios^^

      hisham77

        Wowoooo….
        Really?!
        Have a nice 1 !

        fatiima8

    Hi Mateus,

    Smarties are a type of candy-coated chocolate. They are similar to M&Ms.

    You’ve received many good explanations on comparing adjectives. “I’m fatter than you” is the correct form.

    Emma

Perfect video … I had 100% score, it´s easy :) You´re wonderful, nice teachers ! I recommend this website everywhere !

Thanks a lot, have a nice time :)
(and sorry for my English, you are more perfect than my English :)

anddykoste

Great,very nice lesson
Thanks so much
have good time
see you.
greetings from Brazil.

Paulo

actually difference between then and than are pretty easy. in my opinion. thanks guys.

Rosi

Emma, Emma you’re so beautiful. I’m not buttering you up, but I would like to know the difference between “rather” and “quite”
Thanks a lot. YOU ROCK!

tavo

Teacher,
You told us “I have less friends than you” but I think the more correct is “I have fewer friends than you” because “friend” is a countable noun. What dou you think?

Marcio

Well done!!

sweetlullaby1

You got 10 correct out of 10.

Thanks teacher.

alabbad77

I got 10 correct out of 10.

Thanks teacher.

alabbad77

You have a pretty clothes,look so lovely, thank you for your lesson.

ronle99

i got 100

emma your accent is best

pranav9061

Poor Cyclops never gets any love. He’s so cool! He can shoot BEAMS FROM HIS EYES!

Alex

    Hi, Did Cyclop die in X-Man 3?

    Dat

    I’m with you, Alex!

    engVid

      Cyclops is so lame! I think his powers are cool but not his personality.

      Emma

Thank you very much for the great vedio .
I loved .

abdi1

I like this and this video… thanks teacher :)

hiraly

I love the lessons and from others teachers too. Thank you, guys, very much for everthing!

neo1

Thank You Emma !!!

Khura

She is bigger than me.she is bigger than I (am).the second sentence sounds better because of comparing.

Cuong ta

    In terms of everyday usage, “bigger than me or older than me” is very common among native speakers. From a grammatical point of view, “She is bigger than I am.” and “She is older than I am.” are better.

    Emma

Thank you

negar

thank Q for this wonderful lesson ..wow i got full mark i smarter than u..:)

Tareg ali

thank you so much for this great video lessons!!!
Emma your awesome!!! :))

justin

Dear Emma!

Thank you!

PS
I love X-men!
Wolverine is my favorite one! I watched X-men (animated series) in English without subtitles!

yankhonskiy

    Awesome! I love the animated series!

    Emma

thanks so much Emma , it is easy lesson .

asala

Who are Wolverine and the Cyclops? I think that things that some people might not know shouldn’t be used as exemples

Valentina

very useful lesson , thanks a lot Emma .

libyano

thanks at all its’ very useful topic

king kafi

It’s great to learn here and make my skills to improve and i scored 10/10

Pranay

i got 9 correct ;)
Thank you Emma, I will try more than

minn13

Very, very easy. waiting for something very especial.

Mohammad Ibrahim

Great Video Emma, but in my honest opinion Cyclops is stronger than Wolverine!! ^____^’

aiace

    I agree!

    engVid

Thanks EMMA, I’m Really appreciated for you I’m living in United state of America I’m going to spend my vacation in Toronto so I wish to see you there!

Abdelle

    Happy holidays! I hope you have a great time in Toronto! I’m in China at the moment.

    Emma

Hello Emma… You’re great, keep teaching English, I’m pleased to see your videos.

robertofuentescasado

This girl is a very good teacher indeed. Hope somebody pays her, if I wasn´t broke (permanent state) I would do myself.

jlsimon

I feel under the weather but sill watch your movies with my boyfriend

ewelina

Dear Emma,
One more great lesson. Thank you for that.
Excuse me, but you wrote”IT COST MORE MONEY THAN I THOUGHT” WOULDN’D IT BE “IT COSTS ……”

PAULO - BRAZIL

    She uses “cost” because the sentence is in the past tense. “Costs” would be used in the present.

    engVid

Congratulations Emma, it’s a great video!!!

Ubiracy Mafra

hello, Emma. thank you so much for your help. your classes are very important not only in terms of grammar, but because we, foreign people, can improve our listening skill. every time i finish watching classes on engvid, i think: “this time i understood everything,” or “this time i understood almost everything.” and i have to tell you that lately, i have understood everything i see on engvid, thanks to all of you, teachers. my English becomes better day by day. thank you once again. bye

Daniel C Herculano

Thanks a lot, it’s always good to know this difference. But I have a little difficult on the pronunciation of “then” and “than”, looks like the same hehehe.

Labega

    In speech, many people pronounce it the same way, especially when they are speaking quickly.

    Emma

thanks teacher Emma, for remember me this important lesson………

odir

thank u mam Emma

avtarsingh231us

Your clothes look better than mine then I need to go shoping for something better than yours,is that OK with you?

Cuong ta

    I like your example :). Great use of then and than!

    Emma

such a great video…..
thanks EMMA…

sonali hebbar

10/10… You are a great teacher… Thankyou

robybz

10/7 thank you my dear and lovely teacher. You are incredible perfect :)

mehin

I tried quiz before watching video, and got 10 out of 10

Mursaleen

your looking so stunning emma ..
I was lost and enjoyed ur video :)
get full marks as well :)

Salman Freshie

I know how to use them but I can’t hear the diference between them… it’s too hard I think only native speaker’s can hear the diference

Valfrido Sales

    Native speakers often confuse these two words. Also in speech, when someone is talking at a normal pace, they often sound the same.

    Emma

      Hey Emma,
      can u explain diff. b/w “SO” and “THAN”.
      take a look this e:g.

      HE IS SENIOR ‘TO’ ME.(why to instead of than)

      or like these words( SUPERIOR,RICHER,etc.)
      and can u also explain the diff. b/w.
      WITH,BY,FROM
      FEW,LITTLE.

      mrazad

Hi Emma,
I scored 10/10, all doubts cleared now related to this topic, thank u soo much.

Rohit

every now and then I watch engvid 2 see ur lessons. everything is clear about ‘than n’ then. u became my favorite teacher, Avril Lagvine is my favorite singer. viva Canada, I’m not sure about her last name of Avril now but I’m her fan thank Emma.

Efrain Dominguez

thnak you Emma,and thanks for those other nice teachers.
I’ve just finished watching all these 178 grammar lessons. It took time but,of course, I’ve found them very uesful.
If I ask you something; would you try some more advanced vedeos, please.
Now, I’m moving to Business section.
thanks

Saleh

I got 100 thank you.

merlene18

thanks for your video. I have a question on the 5th sentence. why it`s not “than `in` Toronto”-is it acceptable to say like that cause my teacher would correct me.it feels like toronto is more expensive not vegetables.waiting for your answer,

mika

Hi Emma
I watched this video and then I realized that I already mastered quite well these two words

Neusa

hi miss Emma
Thanks very mutch . i got 100

mohssin2012

Thank you tommorow i have a test for this … Thanks

Mahmoud

wenderfull!
great job

lounis88lao

Thank you very much for your lessons.
What does LOTR mean?

Gi

    The Lord of the Rings

    engVid

Hi! thank you for the lesson, it’s very helpful but I didn’t get it then with time, ( we didn’t have the internet back then ) and ( every now and then,… )

aminedz11

Hi Emma! You are a good teacher, I am amazing with your classes. Thanks

yezz

Thanks!

ma123

I got 100 out of 100. my lesson was than and then. thank you very mich teacher for explanation.

sadaqat

I think that I’m the last to comment, so i would like to thank you very very… much Prof Emma, for this interisting lesson. I got 10 out 10 for the questions reliting to the Than and then lesson. thanks again Emma

Anes

Very good and helpful video. Thank you!

alvir95

Im realy worry why Emma wouldn’t answer any comment?

john

the message reach me obviously , i like your way while you explain us the lesson, i feel comfy and happy when i realise that i really understand some useful thing ! greetings from Morocco !

aneer

Thanks Emma. It was nice lesson. I like it.

arasm

That’s good explain Emma ,you awosme and beatuful like your lesson

thank

Mamdouh

nobody can be better than emma .

she is certainly the best teacher anyonecan ever meet on the net …

ally3407

Greetings Emma :)
I wanna ask you about your last example, “it cost more money than I thought”.
I dunno but I guess you have made a mistake here, coz it should be ” it cost(s)” instead of not adding the (s) letter!
Am I right ^_^

hanikorshab

    “cost” has base, 2nd and 3rd form the same. So, if you have a sentence “it cost more money than I thought” — this is in the past. Look at this:
    — Did you buy it?
    — No, it cost more money than I thought

    morfik

      yea that’s right morfik

      thedesertstorm

      “cost” has base, 2nd and 3rd form the same. So, if you have a sentence “it cost more money than I thought” — this is in the past. Look at this:
      – Did you buy it?
      – No, it cost more money than I thought

      According to your explanation, the word “thought” had indicated that this senten

      Commando 27/53

      “cost” has base, 2nd and 3rd form the same. So, if you have a sentence “it cost more money than I thought” — this is in the past. Look at this:
      – Did you buy it?
      – No, it cost more money than I thought
      According to your explanation, the word “thought” had indicated ,that this sentence was in the past. We will use “think” when it in the present form . Isn’t It? Please correct me, if I am misunderstanding

      Commando 27/53

I got correct 10/10 questions! Thank my teacher so much!

Giap

I got 10 correct out of 10.)))

mathteach

Iwant to say realy thanks to understood
that .

hamidi

Lawful!

Edval

Thank you very much for the great vedio

laithalshmaray

hi madam your pronounce is very good you have a great grate knowledge

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thedesertstorm

Emma thanks a million

karim27071980

Professor Emma you’r great.it’s very helpfull

khurram

Hi to everyone!!! it was my first lesson in this page!! i loved it!

bernardo83

Thanks, Emma!
Have a nice day.

dessystancheva

Thanks Emma. What mean “back to back”?

kairgeldinr

    Back to back means just each after other, with no breaks.
    Ex: I watched first LOTR, and as it ended, I didn’t allot any time to.. sleep, eat or anything else, but started watching second one. Did you understand now?

    Milly45

Hi, Emma. Thank you so much, it’s truely the lesson I needed! I got 10/10, but that’s your merit, not mine. I remember you recomending me to learn 5 words a day, to improve vocabulary. So, now, it’s pronunsiation of words I learn is the main problem. I thought, maybe you could recomend me some website, where I could listen to native speakers, as they speak, lets see, on radio. So that I could learn more…comprehensively or something? Thank you so much. Milly45)

Milly45

thank you Emma

nonoosama

Thank u emma..

Jeena

Hey, in the next time could you explain what are differences between “Quite” and “Rather” then also “While” and “When”. thanks before.

January

No problem.

ramoncarrasco

Thank you.That was useful

fatemeh

Thanks for the lesson.

Victor

thanks aloot for this lesson befor i dont underastand what is diffrint between than and then now i know thanks aloot for teacher wish u luck

basher

Great Lesson! Thank you.
I know how to use ‘then’ and ‘than’ but i saw many native speakers use then instead of than so i was confused i misunderstood or something?
This lesson helps me a lot. I used them correctly but they were wrong :)

Reiki

I got 10 correct out of 10.

Thanks teacher.

MALLIKARJUN T

Hi Emma, great lessons, thank you!!

offline

nice lesson i got 10 out of 10

aathavan

tahnku very much

surender sharma

thanku very much.

surender sharma

i learnt a lot in this video , thank you teacher

zahraa

thx teacher. i’ve already know but it’s good for me.

rutio

In addition to be a very efficient teacher, you are very charming. You make me forget Valen.

A mad of Valen

Berber

quiz 100%..amazing!!!!tks teacher!!!!

duffy38

I did the qizz and I got 10 out of 10. Very easy indeed.

Berber

Je n’ai appris que tu parlais français qu’en lisant ta présentation.
J’aimerais tant t’entendre dans cette langue ne searit-ce qu’une phrase.
J’espères que mon voeu sera exaucé lors de ta prochaine leçon. Un effort!!
Merci Emma

Berber

Hi Emma nice lesson however I always have a question that is related to accent. Sometimes western people pronounce some eastern words or the words that are inherited from developing nations incorrectly maybe this is because of their accent but funnier part comes then the native speaker even tried to follow the same accent. Here you pronounced Abdul in a faster way that change the tone/sound of this word (as per my understanding). Same thing I noticed for the word Ganga (A holy river in India) that is written and spoken in Discovery and other education channel as Ganges. if you ask an Indian and a Englishmen to pronounce this word Ganga/Ganages you will get two different sound. Now my question is should I adopt such word in the way the English people pronounce them or should I speak them in native sound while speaking in English?

vishnu6887

Thanks a lot !

Atik

great, thank you emma

sidah84

well it was really helpful 4 me. actually i enjoyed it too. thanks

janvi

hello Emma,thank you for your lessons they are really really useful.
i was looking thru the site but I couldn’t find any lesson regarding how to use “to be to”, I was wandering that maybe you could teach us because is really difficul to understand how to use it. many thanks marco

marco77

Hi,

Good to see your video. I have a doubt.

When can i use “then” and “and then”. I seems both are similar.

seneng77

Thanks for your efforts, And I would like to share my skype ID : wael_ali_ebraheem ,
If any person to contact me to practice our language, I will be happy.

waelali79

i just want to so THANKS for useful lessons

naveed

Thanks for the lesson,Emma!!! And I have a question: which is correct- We compare Yukon TO Toronto, OR We compare Yukon WITH Toronto? (speaking about their size).Thanks in advance!)))

Polana

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    Plz have a look 2 the next comment of mine,
    It’s 4 u.
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    fatiima8

Let’s have a look!
Compare with sb/sth :2 b similar 2 sb/sth else,either better or worse. e.g.This house doesn’t compare with our previous one.(=it is not as good)
Compare 2 : 2 show or state that sb/sth is similar 2 sb/sth else. e.g.The critics compared his work 2 that of mine.
Eventually,in my book,it depends on the situation n the case u wanna speak about.
However,2 my mind,here it’s better 2 say:
We compare Yukon WITH Toronto.(speaking of size as u said)
Hope I could help,
Gooooodluck n have fun!
:)

fatiima8

Thank you so much professor

essa5566

great video so people can understand it now than later, then they’ll understand the difference.

felipe victoria

It’s very wonderful manner, thank you so much ,………………Go on.. (y)

mido

thank you emma~~ i enjoy watching ur videos…:) i love ur teaching style! I really want to be a teacher like you!!

chinchi1234

i got 90 marks thank u

Arun

Hello Emma, I am a new student. Thanks for your lesson. I have got 100%.

fawazadwani

Very. Good video

godwin

i have probleme in speaking how can help me. My user is basir.qr in skype and nimbuzz

Ahmadi Basir Quraishi

Very useful, thank you.

hishamix

I understood the video and THEN scored 100%…..Thanks for the useful information.

Noor

A nice lesson, thank you so much :)

Waleed

Hi MY ENGLISH IS VER POOR PLEASE HELP ME

maartyan

Very. Good video
10/10

nour

Thank you for your lesson. I interest it Very much.

wipaporn Sirisoontranont

fantastic video … thank you very much EMMA

akram86

I understood your the best Emma

akram86

We love you “Teacher”, we often say: “You’r Greatest than Great China Walls”;) It’s joke but we also love you

saken151

Thank you Teacher for the lesson, it’s really useful. I hope I can find something like that in different languages.

khalidrouibaa

Dear Emma,
Thank you.

milena87

Wow. Thank you My Teacher~!
I expect next lecture.
I always good luck to you.

Jay

Thank you Emma, you are the better teacher that I have seen, I enjoy watching your videos.

jlgarcia84

EMMA THANKU ….

BHARAT

Thanks allot Emma

sam

I should have seen this class before.

Jefferson Silva Santos

Thank you, teacher ! :D

smile48

thanks its a very good lesson!
(and i’d love wolverine “_”)
you’re very nice teachers and i’ve 100% at the quiz so it’s great!
bye every body °_°

louloute555

Thanks it a was very great lesson and, your are very a good teacher.I have one suggestion please change your profile picture you’re looking more older than your age, and sorry about my English i,m just a beginner and if I have made mistakes in this comment.

Ghufran

Great video! I always had a doubt about the “then”. But now, I´ve just learned..Tks a lot

Thiago

it is a gooood lesson and i learned a lot but i amfrom AZERBAIJAN and i have a little difficulty to understand the pronunciation but it is not big problem to me EMMA u r one ofthe best teacher i will follow u because i want to learn english veeeeeery weeeeeeeeeeeell and go ENGLAND USA GERMANY that is why i entered the translation faculty english-azerbaijani luck to u

ferid

thank you my best teacher,

swagger

I have to confess that I always used then and than for wrong and if I never watch this video may be I might be wrong for this for the rest of my life. Thank to you ma’am

ob1986

Good lesson Emma, thanks. I understood the difference between then and than.

Greetings.

Enrique23

thanks, Emma

ameer

Thank you so much

Parham

Thanks, Emma! 100%

jcarlosbsb

it is clear to me now , thanks

nabil

Thank you for your great lesson

Eddy

Thank you so much, this was one of the major problems that disturbs me when I write in English.

blackseeker

thanx ma’am for this lesson. I was confused in that..again thanx fr made me get out of this mess..

neerudreams90

thanx for made me get out of this mess…….

neerudreams90

Thaks lot

sahuzee

Thank you very much. It was a very useful lesson and you are better than all my English teachers.

jobymv

Thanks so much, greetings from Mexico!

Liz

I love you,teacher Emma,thank for your lesson.

peter franco

Thank teacher

eyaz

thanks teacher

fatumquddusi

Thank u teacher from ur teaching I learned lot from ur lesson but I have problem in speaking if u speak with me my skype id is abdullah.abid26

Abdullah

Thank you !! now I got it

Ahmed

Thank you Emma,Now i know how to use Then and Than….

naing99

hi mam…………….really i m very thankful 2 u mam…………i m learning lot of grammer 4m dis website……..one day i ll meet all of u………..

prudhviraju30

thank uuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

sami45

thank you

smartcelo3

Thank you, Wolverine is still better than all the mutants ;) Good vid

jcreds

Thank you Dear Emma .I did 90 hehehe

munguu08

God bless you

omartreke

abdul is funnier then
frank [then .than]

abdi zizo

thanks mam is very easy

abdi zizo

i love velane teacher

abdi zizo

20 mrks

abdi zizo

Thank u teacher from ur teaching I learned lot from ur lesson but I have problem in speaking if u speak with me my skype it is zizo.torey1 thank u

abdi zizo

i need amm or velane

abdi zizo

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

YOUR LESSONS ARE VERY HELPFULL.
THANKS A LOT.

DOROTA :)

I got 100 mark this topic! i’m happy

kevin2013

hi how are you all if u ?????

ABODY

Thanks, Emma!

Sofía

THAKS A LOT

daniel1066

Thanks Emma!

wstutz

Thanks Emma…I think that this video is necessity to understand excellent english :)))

serapzkt

Thanks

holly123

Thanks teacher, I learned a lot with your lesson

jesaiascaetano

Thanks Emma

subin

Thanks Emma, It’s worth to watching video.

Sachin

Emma you are rock! I am really learning your classes! Thank you!

aronkeyboard

emma: what is english word wolverine mean?
what is english word cyclops mean?
thank you very much all the english lessons emma.

ichi345nobu

emma:
what is english word anthropology mean?
what is english word archaeology mean?
what is english word background mean?
what is english word cultural mean?
what is english word tesol-certified mean?
what is english word experience mean?
what is english word varied mean?
what is english word allow mean?
what is english word allowed mean?
what is english word while mean?
what is englis word various mean?
what is english word professions mean?

THANK YOU EMMA I AM REALLY LEARNING YOR LESSONS.

ichi345nobu

thanks emma. it.s good lesson.

kabira

find i understood the difference between than and then.. but still i felt problem in pronounciation.. :( hope i will over this issue..

shouks

Hello Emma;
I would like to ask you using of ‘every and now then’ . Is it formal or informal for IELTS Writing Test.Can I use of instead of usually or sometimes as well?
Thanks

Mustafa

Great, useful video

syedaamir

great work madam.. thank you so much ..

rahulnema

i got 10/10

loool

awesome lesson
thanks :)

rezeka22

thank so much,your teaching is very nice,i like it,i have pronunciation problems,may you help me?

amanpoor

Emma! you are a wonderful teacher.
thanks1

haytham31

Got 100%! Thanks for teaching us Maam Emma :-)

Joneru

First I have joined Engvid.com Then i watched your perfect video finally i did the quiz and i got 10 correct answers of 10 , Thanks , You are a good Teacher , To contact BBM 227964f5 or bc3c@hotmail.com , Thanks

mrhm

thank you……Emma

aiaahmed

I got 9 in 10
Thank you so much too much very much

joonnie

Thank you, Emma!

crayong

Hi Emma , I’ve a Question about then in sentence
(we didn’t have the internet back then )
does (then) mean here like yet ?!! or there is no similar ?!!
Thank you so much my dearest teacher ever

maram2488

Thanks … ♥

zahradarvishi

Great Video!Right now i watch you more than all the other teachers on here,because I love your style of teaching during the videos.Thanks to you I got 100%!Please make more videos!;)

cadawac

8/10 not too bad, my mistakes were when comparing times of day rather than being a sequence in time. Great video Emma!

should

you are an amazing teacher , but please I need lesson about adjective clause

struggler

thanx :)

olaa

Thak you Emma

hebara1658

Thank you very much. it was very interesting.

ganbashir15

thanks emma , why we don’t learn diagramming to make our grammar more systematically

thataazhari

this flower is for my popular teachers and of course you are one of them.thanks.

talaat1972

i ve 9/10

othmane317

Thank you so much Emma.
I am so glad that finally I got the right solution. Now I am sure I will never do the mistake of Than & Then

kdandapat86

I watched the video and then i`ll take the quiz i got 100. Thank a lot emma your so owesome!!!!!!!!!!!nice lesson hope, more to come.

markglenn

I watched the video and then i`ll take the quiz i got 100. Thank a lot emma your so owesome!!!!!!!!!!!nice lesson hope, more to come.

markglenn

I watched the video and then i`ll take the quiz i got 100. Thank a lot emma your so owesome!!!!!!!!!!!nice lesson hope, more to come.

thanks again!!!!!!

markglenn

hi emma, I got it the full number 100

ajmalakbari

Thank you very much you are the best teacher

neenah22

Thank you Emma, your classes are very good!

alcebiades

thanks, i love the way you teach and i really needed this lesson.

Gladis

hi i got 10 correct answers! great video tnx=)

zhaeyjay

good job Professor Emma!thinks

23m14d

Nice examples; followed easily. Thanks.

shans

hi Emma you are the best friend of all the people i got 6from10 about then or than

maqsoodhamdard1132

thank you emmy

hemahanafy

Hi, Emma. Thanks so much :)

nelly7703

Excellent. I loved the explain about the uses of those words. I’m afraid of writing and speaking English, but I need to practice it. I hope you help me a lot as you are already doing. Thanks for the video.

delano

Don’t talk crap, Emma, babe – native speakers of English make this spelling mistake automatically but NOT because they don’t know the difference in meaning … this goes for your sister too unless she’s fucking Russian …

sabbatical

When I’m in a big hurry to email or text someone – I would probably spell your name Ema with one ‘m’ although I know exactly that it has double ‘m’ …

sabbatical

Hai, emma…
Can i download this video?how?thank’s…

santiyulianti13

10/10 i’m happy
thank you so much emma for this useful lesson

salamalg

Great lesson!!! Thank u so much!

kenzoll

GOOD EXPLANATION EMMA. THANKS

wiltoncleiton

teacher Emma thank’s for this video , it’s a great effort for you .. (y)

josephlehyan

thanks Emma for the lession
please guys i really need help to practice my english. this my skype: khokhita2500

jojo999

Dearest Emma,
I’m excited that i can do a quiz. Now i know it better ” Then and Than”.

I feel like difficult to pronounce the word ” then and than”.

I like your teaching. Thank you very much.

nayheang

you done very well.i like your teaching.

avin.roy001@gmail.com

Thanks!It is great lesson about difference between “Than” and “Then”. The pronunciation is some difficult for me.

gpio8080

Emma,
You do explain the mistakes clearly, and then the things seem to be truly simple.
Easier than I thought!
Thank you

Marcio R Santos

Thanks Emma.

Gagan1

thanks emma i very enjoyed from your lesson

ahmadnassir

I liked this lesson thanks teacher.

Rizotto

Hey! I got 100.. it was very good lesson!

AliClever

THANK YOU EMMA

cabdi

Thanks Emma. I got 100.

jimmy9x

Thank’s Emma!!

Rhaely

Hi Emma, so far I understood a 100% of all your lessons, but in this video you used an expression that I didn’t get at time 1’40” of the video: “… so pronunciation wise at these two are pronunced as …”. I knew the word wise as someone who is very smart or experienced who has a lot of wisdom, like master Yoda, but in this context I don’t get the expression. I already did my research in books but I stil don’t get it. Thanks Emma.

cesargamboa

WE THINK THAT THIS IT´S A GREAT SOURCE TO LEARN

Pablovargas1994

dear teacher! i did not understand is there any different between the pronunciation than and then or not?

gulahmad

dear teacher EMMA I every now and then leave you comment but you do not response, why?

gulahmad

I got 10 from 10
Thank you Emma

TAREQ BEK

Thank you Emma. I have 10

Annie2518

thank you ema i’m abdelouahed from morocco i like u’r way

maama

You got 10 correct out of 10
i so hape
thank you ema
:(

hassan mohsen

Thanks Allah SWT and then Mam Emma too, I got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

Thanks for the great lessons. You’re awesome.

magtom

thank you, really you help me a lot!!!!

anthony.manu

I watched the video and then did the quiz. I know English better than today. Thank you Emma.

Narek90

Thanks Emma for your teaching .. I hope to you the best wishes :) :)

Mostafa Ahmed

a good lesson thanks

khattabi

Hi emmah i am pilipino. I need your more help because you are excellent teacher. I hope to learn a lot of english.. Thank you emmah.

Airy

thank you teacher

RahmaMM

A: Please open the door! I just want to check the water meter amount, AND THEN I will leave.

(door opened)
B: What the..! Water meter check again! Why you always come earlier THAN last time. Why charge the water bill so much? …..

water meter check please

I always get the difference between “then” and “than” by sentences’ meaning … I still have a problem with the pronunciation. :-(

Mary

    very easy dear Mary
    I will explain the pronunciation for you in brief
    whenever you say (then)move your tongue a little bit up just a little bit not too much.
    But whenever you say (than)just open up your mouth like (fan, tan, and so forth

    Kamal Alqulidi

I feel better than before..thanks a lot Emma..!!!

Evan Pagai

..
Emma .. you are excellent teacher
Thank you very much.

Madyan

Hi, Emma! I’ve got a question for you. In which cases should ‘then’ be followed by a comma? Many thanks!

Sam

Very well!!

herediar

thanks

taonha

I got 9-10
thanks :)

ABBAS84

thanks Emma

cheikhdaff8

Emma,
You are an exelent teacher.
Pronunciation practice for than and then is missing and please add phonetic transcription.

MKJMKJ

Thanks Emma

cottoreginaldo

Thanks Emma

Nurettin

Thanks Emma

amma1903

Many thank Emma, I got 100%. :)

vuongnguyen2505

Thanks a lot ,Emma. I’ve enjoyed your Video.

sunatanus

i am very happy to this then or than subject
I got 100/ 100

abujihad-69

really I am happy to this class again I got 100/100

abujihad-69

thank you for your great effort. you are great teacher.

eng.nawar

I got 100%..Thanks..Emma

Joshisadanandan

Life was harder then because neither of us had a job.

Just then (= at that moment) there was a knock at the door.

Joshisadanandan

1. First cook the onions, then add the mushrooms.
2. If you miss that train then you’ll have to get a taxi.
3. She’s been very busy at work and then there was all that trouble with her son.
4. These, then, are the main areas of concern.
5. Right then, where do you want the table to go?

Joshisadanandan

yeah i got 100 .thanks emma

mou-fat

Very good lesson Emma! As you said, it is a common mistake made even by native people!Thank you so much for this great lesson! by! I’ll see you later!

wilsonvigil

Thanks Emma..you help us a lot for your lesson..

Claudine70

thanks Emma i got 100 in the quiz.

Mr.hany physics

i learned well this lesson so i got 100

m.ungan

i got 90

Tareq Sadeq

very amazing lesson and the teacher is creative
I understand this lesson more than some others and then I scored 10 out of 10 =100

Kamal Alqulidi

    sorry it’s understood not understand

    Kamal Alqulidi

Every now and then, I but some Smarties.

Dear Professor Emma,
Dear Users,

What is the meaning of Smarties in the above sentence.

Thanks in advance.

MKJMKJ

I buy.. not but

MKJMKJ

I’m beginner, right, but when I listen you, I really undestood every thing, and ever I take 100.
Thank you so much Emma :)

SimoneTruglia

I arrived at work, and then I started working. Am I right?

Wanderson Junior

hii…emma i got 10….i want appear ielts exam general module…i am planning to settle in canada…so i applied for immigration

josedoha

Thank Emma for your lesson.

adil.azizoglu

It’s very helpful thanks Emma

Antse Gawa

yes…!!! I got 100 :)

thanks Emma for the great lessons

Rahman Hakim

i get 1000 thx emma

sofiane 123@

THANK!I got 10/10. I killed this quiz)

Maryana Keleman

Emma is a fantastic teacher

caespinosag

emma you are great teacher

hadi mayahi

I got 100% .. felling happy :)thnx emma

Usama jojo

Hey Emma! You’re funnier than me. LOL. You’re also like an open book (other lesson). By your questions and your speech I knew lots about you. You read bunches and like to rent movies at real movie stores. Your questions was about vampires and you talked about LOTRs. But the good thing is that I’ve been learning lots with your video classes. Keep up the good work. Well done!

oseiasslompo

thanks a lot emma

Duaydin

thank you teacher you’re great

tuba89

Thank you Emma,Very useful

Beroth

Thank you Emma

Brkb

Dear Emma,
I would like to know about the function and importance of silent letters in English ?
for example, in a word ‘pneumonia’ why ‘p’ is needed ??

shashichandraregmi

Thanks Emma!
Very clear the lesson.

Josmer

Thank you Emma.

Nadir

Hey Emma, I watched this video, nevertheless I can´t understand the use of THAN in that sentence:
Additionally, it is possible that other chemical reactions occur THAN is so under natural conditions. I took that phrase from a paper.
Hope u can help me.

Ywrrenan

Hi Emma, You wrote “It cost more money than I thought. “but I thought that I have to write It costs more…

annarita472

Thank You Emma.

Kayk Carvalho

thank you very much. i got knowledge from this lesson.

sajidhyd

Thanks Emma…
now i understand the difference between than and then :)

Chairisman

    hallo bali

    chakim hamzah

      hi Bogor,,, nice to meet u

      Chairisman

thanks

abulfaz

Thank you, Teacher Emma.

gypsophilla

Now i understand better than before this lesson :) .

BiljanaM.

I am one older man on the verge of retirement, always work with my hands, now study English, always was my longing. Really, thank you very much for your lessons, I touch with joy, wisdom and professionalism. In addition, the ladies are very beautiful. Of Colombia with gratitude.

Jos1

Thanks teacher

bega 45368

Emma,
If possible could you please take session on WOULD, WOULD HAVE, COULD, COULD HAVE.
Thanks in advance.

tushark

Thanks again, Emma :)

YOGALEXKI

Thank you Emma every day I understand more than the day my first lesson

Rayomayusa

I’ve learn a lot of lessons of you and your team – Engvid. However I just follow and subscribe your channel as well as Engvid on Youtube and on this web. You teach English language very clearly and make it simple to think or understand. I couldn’t thank you enough,Ms.Emma. I really appreciated it!
I always support you. Hope you and your team make many lesson video for everyone who is studying English seriously.
By the way, your new hair make you beautiful more than usual <3 !!! I'd be glad if you reply on my comment. I'm a big fan of you

thpnhi2301

Thanks so much Emma..i’m undestand eady yo know about them or than..got 10/10..thanks..

Juss

Thank you so much.

Julia Caroline

I usually made mistakes using then or than.Now i am very clear which to use when.Thank you

Vishal Pant

hi emma,

please upload video for the use of made and make in english sentences

nik4k1

Excellent! Emma keep doing good job!

oladimeji

The lessen is wonderfull, thanks a lot

denchik

Thank you,Emma.

Your lesson is easy to understand.
But sometimes I cannot understand what you say. It is because my listening skill is not good. I keep studying more.

popomaru

Thanks Emma…

enerfun

thanks a lot Emma

khanai

hello everybody. I would like to improve my speaking English. Is anybody willing to help me?

khanai

thank’s very much EMMA i understand the lesson ..you use always a very good english wich we can understand it easly..thank you for all your great efforts with us.

Augustin2

Thanks Emma and Thank you engVID . Please Donate and Help them to keep this going on.

Transdent

Good lesson, thanks.

Denes Maykon

Dear Emma
l watching your a lot of video since 10 days.
l wanna say, your all video perfect.
Especially this video very helpful for how can we use about ‘then’ or ‘than’
You are good english teacher.
Thanks a lot

msar

Nice lesson i got 10/10

Muhammad Abbas

Thanks Emma. I already knew the difference between these two words, but unfortunatelly they still sound like the same to me. The words then x than, man x men and bad x bed sound as if they were the same to me.

Camila

I appreciate it. First, I watched the video then, answered 9/10 questions. Eventually I realized, the examples you provided were more informative than I thought.

m.attamohammad

Thanks

Naseebjoiya

Thank you Emma.
I watch the video then i do the quiz.

challenge41

Thanks a lot Emma! I really appreciate your lessons

Jujuliana

Thank you so much!

Vivimi

Thanks Emma ..
100%

YMFA

Hi Emma
sometime I have same problem between then and than but now I got it the deferent between this
thanks for all help

Yasser206

thanks

Sajjad Sultan

it was amazing that how can i realized just by watching your lesson and using then

khushhal safi

Hi,.. Emma thanks for teaching us. I new in studying english, I think this message has many error in grammar.

Bowo Suranto

I found this site through my college, I love your videos, they help me a lot with my problem areas. Thank you Emma

AmyBuskey

excuse me teacher..
In this sentence : “She has more books at home than a library does”.
Which is the razon or goal for to write the word “does” at the end?
thanks

Jamejiam

Thanks you so much

Marta Lopez

I just. Need help Emma please

graanter

Thanks teacher Emma i got perfect score..

ruben25

Now my grammar is better than before. Thank you Emma :)

Vicky BD

thank you

Amrm

thanks teacher your lesson are very helpful for me….

alirk

thanks Emma

Nguyen Van Hau

thank’s Teacher emmma, I got 10/10

Margaret96

thank’s

slimanikhaled

Thanks for your teaching like this.
My nationality is Korean. I am poor in English.
However your lessons sre better than any other lessons.
Especially, your pronounciation and intonation are easy to listen for me.
Thanks again.

syryang

emma, thankyou:)

chiclols

How lovely! Thanks :D

tinpee

Great job! i like your way in clarify the lessons , is that feel Comfortably when i hearing to your words EN thank’s my teacher Emma so that very kind of you
N.B if i Committed some mistakes in my comment pleas could anyone of the members correct it

perkyboy

Your lessons are really interesting. I never found english so interesting before. Thank you very much.

Parikshit Sen

thanks, 100

linoo.eng

thanks…

llbt

thank you Emma , you are a good teacher.

mirbana

I got 100% , thank you teacher Emma.

Emiiem

i got 100 :p

Advisory

first time i got 100.
Second time i got 90.
Thank you sir.

April May

Thank a million, Dear Emma

Samn

I was confused about ” Than and that … thank for this beautiful explanation

Michael Varela

Thanks a lot :D

Yanin1993

Thank you Emma. I have 9/10… but I misread =(
Excellent explanation.

katiamoralesve2

Great,very nice lesson
Thanks so much for your vids!
You are amazing!

Giancarlo

Hurrah!I got 100% marks.Thanks emma your lesson is so intersting.

sayub

nice video than any videos

josungyun

I got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

Azim A

Thanks miss!

The World

Hi Emma,

Thanks for your video, great

Thanks

Nasir

Nasir

Hi Emma,
Thanks for your video, great
Thanks

imoayed90

at this time I understand the difference between then and than. thank you Emma.

youcef ouddane

thanks ,you make difference.

Robson da Silva Maciel

It´s easy, Thank Emma!

joaojunior

Great !!!

andrecastro

Hello,Emma I love your lessons . you are a very good teacher .GREAT!

Semperes

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 90

nickandr

hello again emma, this time is night at Indonesia. I passed the quiz and got 90, wow thats almost perfect. I feel study english is easy with you. thanks for the lesson. greets from indonesia.

eshaseptiap

Thanks a lot Teacher Emma :)

Seinn Lae Lae

You are taller than me. First, I took a shower and then went to the kitchen for making dinner. Thank you Emma.

Tammyjang1

Emma You’re the best, thanks for your lessons. wish you prosperity…

Hoshang Haider

Thanks ))

Vasyl H

I got 100! Wonderful lesson!

robi75

HAHA awesome, i got 100!

Kim Hyun jii

thank you so much Emma !

Achraf balahcen

    Thank you so much Emma

    Achraf balahcen

Thank you teacher for simple explanation!

PetuniaPurpur

Thank you teacher . You explained nicely.I got 9 out of 10.

Bijay kumar

thanks emma

rashad ezz

thank you, Emma!

Dekon

Thank you Emma :)

Cindy Venisia

thanks!

shihai182

Thank u Emma. I know how to use than and then now😀👍

Mouser

then and than are easier than much and many

lotusjjkim

thank u Emma it was super explanation

Shabnam27

Great lesson!

The site asks me for donation, but you don’t accept russian credit card!

glavrd

my name Fouad I trying learn English and I tiered but I cant speaking with people

Fouad BMW

Dear Emme,
Excellent lesson. Thank you.

hozturk07

You got 10 correct out of 10. Thank you

M kartal

Thank for very useful video. Plz can you upload the all the tenses with examples.

Jayushah

Emma tell me more about the ‘verb TO BE’

Tonee

Thanks, A lots Emma.

I am About to Learn English.

HARI

Thanks, A lots Emma.

HARI

Thank you Emma. you best teacher in the word

Redouane Ben Selam

I learned certainly that ‘than’!

selah

10/10 thanks Emma really I love the language after I follow your vedio 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Mohamed Askar

A nice and clear explanation.

Freundin

Thank you my pretty teacher 💙 it’s very useful to me

Ahmadbaz

I get more points after Emma’s lessons than other teachers lessons.

@Catherine@

nice one for a begginer :)

jaydeefrancisco

Emma, I want to thank you for giving to all of us all this grammar tips,.., I have made this mistake for years but now I got a clear understanding about the difference and their uses,…, thanks a lot!

Douglas Lagos

Thanks teacher Emma!!!
Today I am staying more confident than yesterday.

Emerson Alves dos Santos

Thank you for this lesson

eorenglish

Thanks it helpful I got 10 correct yey..

PrincessDimple

Thank u Emma you are the best teacher I see u evry day in YouTube Chanel an then I did quiz , I hope can speak English look like you

Tanaz86

I had 100 %
10 correct out of 10 ^_^
Thankes alot ^_^

Adel2019

THANK YOU VERY MUCH EMMA

shuhdy

Another 100! Thanks again!

Loganwilson80

Thanks,Emma.

jigsidae

I am learning,

Enrique erick

After watching this vid, I now understand the difference between then and than.

XIIMadaraUchihaIIX

Thanks Emma!

edi wilson

thanks

mehmeteminalsaid

thanks, Emma

MartinTL

I’m very happy to learn English with Emma,she’s a good teacher I’m so proud to be your student on YouTube everyday I’m on youtube to washing your videos because you help me to improve my English, thank you so much Emma.

Drako Fede

thanks professor Emma .
I learned from you very a important thinks .
before i do many mistakes and how use then and than in clear sentence .

aasuol1

Hello professor Emma, Thank you for teaching us English . I just did test on Than va Then & got 100% score . Thank you very much!

Jayp@90

Thank you mam! your explanation is so good.

Prasunan

thank you so much Emma, you are my best teacher.thanks

Bilal Elbazi

10/10! Nice! Because Covid-19, I stayed at home, then I find Emma’s English teaching video. Emma is a better teacher than I’ve seen before. Now, first I watched the video then finish the quiz every day. My English coming better day after day. Thanks, Emma!

Jerry Gu

Better say thank you now than later. :)

Thank you, Emma.

Warm regard from Indonesia. :)

martinus rikiwi setiaji

Thanks Emma 😙

AmiraliDd

Hi Emma, ​​the lesson was very good, thanks to you I learned about then and than, and their difference, thank you

Juan David Meza

Hi Emma. This topic was easier than others ones.:)

Maripaz Maldonado

Hi Emma. thanks for your great videos. I have question about it, in this sentence why we should use “than” rather than “then”?…”I had no sooner turned on the TV than she started to scream”…according to the video I thought that “then” should be true but I saw this sentence in a grammar book

Moeinmpz

Thanks, Emma. I can understand what you teach us.

Alen Emesce

Thank you for your support of us by the training
and all the videos we watched are excellent.

vogele1966

100 points! I’m happy :D thank you :)

msolfere

Been watched with a store of 10 out of 10.

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