"I tried to study English"or
"I tried studying English"? What is the difference in meaning? This is something that is asked a lot on tests! In this grammar lesson, I look at the verb
try, and will teach you when it should be followed by a gerund or an infinitive. The meaning of
"I tried to watch the movie."is not the same as
"I tried watching the movie."Watch this lesson and find out why.
Emma it’s absolutely clear now, thank you very much. Try keeping up your way.
absolutely! She is a very good English Teacher, thank you for amazing lesson.I just tried speaking english to everybody.
I can’t to practice becouse en MIAMI nobody speak ENGLISH.
Thanks! Very liked it !
You got 10 correct out of 10.
Emma you’re great! I thank you!
She is greats, don’t thinking
only I have to said to all the teachers,thanks for all your time and effort all yours are great, now I have my first job in USA(I have 59 years all), and never speak in English all the lesson are a great help. best regards Gustavo
Thanks Emma,you are so clear on your explanations. I would like that you make a lesson about the use of : that, at, in, by , in resume the right use of prepositions on senences and position of things. Thanks a lot, you are a great a teacher.
thanks Emma, I try to find words thank for you, these words be awesome like you video and your way to explain this lesson.
I would like to ask a question,
“Looking forward to hear from you” and “Looking forward to hearing from you”.
Which sentence is correct,and why?
Thanks in advance.
Look forward to + v.ing
So it would be look forward to hearing from you
did it 100 %
Thanks for the lesson Emma!!
I have a question:
Why in the last sentence do not use the preposition “with”. e.g.:
My cat would not stop meowing, so I tried feeding her “with” a different kind of cat food.
Thanks emma all of you are excelent teachers
I’ve got 10 scores. Thank u very much for your great lesson. Your explanation is very clear. Thanks again.
thanks … ^^~
This straightened a lot of things for me. Thanks a ton! If possible, can you do something on Transitive Vs Intransitive verbs? I find the whole Direct Vs Indirect object thing quite troubling. And ya, you’re one of my favorites from Engvid :-)
thanks to teach this lesson.
thanks i got 100
Thank you~ It was so much helpful..
Thank you very much
Thanks a lot Emma, It is a very interesting lesson.
Thank you my teacher.
It’s very useful!! I didn’t even know about this grammar,about this a little issue. Thank you))
I’m short of usage of the word “whenever”. It’s very common word, but I’m not sure how I can use this word. I think it’s good idea for future lessons.
That’s clear, thank you Emma so much!
Thank you Emma!
It was a very useful lesson.
Thank you very mutch )) for this lesson
THANK YOU EMMA MAY THE LORD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN JESUS NAME
I got 100% )) Thank you very much! You are highly gifted teachier!!! :)
Thank you , it was really simple explanation ! I remember , that this lesson was quite confusing at school for me and no one told us these simple tricks to make difference between – ”to + v” and ”v+ing” ! Nice job :)
thanks for your lesson. It’s very helpful
hey Emma, Can you tell me the difference between “affect” and “effect”? I hope you will explain it to me in your next lesson?
One more time, thank you very much <3
hi Emma how are you? i am very well. thanks for the lesson. your lessons are always very good. they help me to avoid the difficult. have a NICE day))))
I got to learn what you explained to us. Thanks!
Thank you it is useful information
I’ve benefited from this lesson.
10 points… Beautiful :)
Thanks a lot Emma.
Helo teachers, i m urz new student, i havn,t recve any of urz lesson yet, nor i know that from i will get, i,m very weak in speakng plz help me.
its very good
Thanks a lot! I learned something new today!
great thanks I can easy differ between them now .
hi, i have a question, wy i see the subtitles in the videos in internet explorer brouser , but no any in google chrom, i found it out today thank you!
thank you very much Emma ,it’s very helpful lesson , I wish you all my best wishes .
The best thing in you is you always choose interesting and very helpful subjects.. thank you so much Emma, you are the best,
quiz 100 score olala thank Emma i don’t make the same mistake with it again
It’s absolutely clear now, Thanks Emma..
Very good lesson
This lesson interested me as much as all your lessons do. Thanks!
Thanks. Nice lesson !!
hi nohely nict meet you !
Nice to meet u , too.
thank you alot
thank it s so good
Thank you very much Emma :)
Emma you are amazing .l like all your lessons .
could you please explane when we can use one and once in sentence?
thank a lot
Flowers for you Emma from Spain (Valencia). Thanks. Very helpful your lessons.
first time I understand this topic. your explanation was awesome thank you
i got 10 correct out of 10
thank you veeeeeeeeeeeeery much soooooo benefit
I understand creally thx emma
ton style d’explication est excellent
vous pouvez nous enseigne un lecon des temps
your explanation is excellent style
you can teach us a lesson times
Thank you emma…..
I Got 90% on the English test it was very good lesson. thank you Emma
I got 10 out of 10. This lesson was clear and useful ! Thanks Emma. You’re a very kind teacher. I wish you teach another lesson about remember, forget, and stop !.Thanks again !
It´s great. I didn`t know this diference. Now I´ll try remembering it.
wow.. thank you.. nice to know this rule .. :)
thank you very much .
What if I use only “try to do”? I don’t remember if I’ve ever used “try doing”. xD
— try to give her flowers
— try to speak English whenever you can
Do this sound horrible or something?
Good question, Morfik! I wish Emma could give us an answer to this question…
“Do this sound…” — Of course “does” not “do”, I was so tired. xD
let’s compare things, shall we?
Morfik’s first sentence is:
– Try to give her flowers (in the infinite form)*
* it seems like you’d try to give her the flowers but it’s not sure you’ll succeed, it sounds like an attempt to give her flowers (you might not succeed) or maybe she’s a busy person and you couldn’t reach her!!!
Morfik’s second sentence:
– Try to speak English whenever you can**
** the same thing about the sentence above. Here it sounds like an attempt to speak because it might be a little difficult to do so, yet English isn’t difficult…
Now pay close attention to this…
– Try giving her flowers (you might succeed)
– Try speaking English whenever you can (that’s a tip)
These both sentences sound like advices in a polite way, it might also be new experience to do so.
Hope it could help,
Get to study, see ya’ll
thanks for teaching…
is nice to talk with people all over the world and learning from them…
thanks a lot… “for all”
good, I would like to speak with you, this is my email, email@example.com
thank for all of you guys,
so what about if I said “I was trying to give her flowers” if somebody asked me what you were doing with Sally
Excellent thalinho!! very enlightening. Thank you.
I tried answering all the questions correctly. Thankyou, that was a cute lesson!
Thank you so much .I tried taking the quiz fortunately I got 100%
Thanks!.. you rock emma! :D
I got 90 . Thank You Emma.
Perfect, Emma! Great explanation! Thank you!
Hi Emma, it’s an honor to watch your lessons,and the way you teach is absolutly great. could you please in the next video do the lesson “Reporting statement” with the time expressions. I hope you will do it, love you =)
Thank you Emma!
I never thought there was a difference between the two ways. Now it makes sense!
Thank you all for all your efforts!
Very clear lesson, thank you very much Emma
very useful and simple. Thank you!
First and foremost, i have to say you are definitely my favorite teacher on Engvid, although and the others are very cool..
Thanks a lot, this kind of lessons is always useful.
Could you please tell me when we use in English “to”,and when “and” between two verbs, for example:
“Can you come and see me this afternoon?”
Is it also correct to say “Can you come to see me this afternoon”?
Thanks in advance.
Sorry but i really can’t resist to say at the end that you are so charming ;)
thank you very much Emma
Thank you very much for this useful lesson.I got 10. I was luky to have this score because I was not sure for some questions so I need to listen to this video and study this grammar rule. Kind regards Francis
I want to speak English…
thank you for this lesson teacher Emma…i got 90 point
Thank you so MUCH for the lesson !. I would appreciate if you make a video on this: “It´s a shame Sheila was late for the opening” “I know. HAD SHE COME EARLIER, she would have met the director” It´s a bit confusing :(.
hi Miss Emma
I have a small confusion in framing a sentence for eg does she/he has the phone or does she/he have the phone ?
please clear my confusion. firstname.lastname@example.org this is my email id please do reply to this i have many more further doubts so that easily through mail i can clear it.
try learning EL and fell
Tkank you very much
Dear professor Emma !
Could please tell me differ of WILL BE ADDING and GOING TO ADD
Thank you very much!
Thank you so much for great lesson
Thank you very much teacher EMMA :)
good stuff my own teacher…I tried attending in quiz competition finally I got it 100 marks..is it correct usage??? can i use….i will try my level best? what is mentioning here? pls try replying me it will useful for me
Cool, i got 10 out of 10 !
Thank you, Emma.
That was a good lesson to help understanding the correct meaning of some sentences and choose which word is most suitable to be applied!
Thanks a lot Emma. This class is pretty useful to me. In my opinion, you explain very well. Keep it up, please!
thank you very much the lesson
i need to insist on it much more. I have got only 5 out of 5. I will re-listen to your lesson again.
It’s clear. Thank U Emma.
it is correct to say for example “try feeding” rather then “try feedin”‘ ?
mam 1st time in my life i am getting 100% ri8 ans in English :-) thanks a lot mam u helped me a lot mam :-)
good lesson Emma… thanks a lot ;-))
Thanks a lot it was very clear and easy
I have question about your lesson: if I want to use Continuous tence, for example:”I’m trying installing package”, can I use trying installating?
Hi Emma, you are the best. I have a request.
We need to learn the abbreviation of the classified ads for rent or sell homes or apartments. please Emma, if you don’t mind make a lesson to figure out this issue. By the way, I hope you can understand my poor English language, but I’m trying to improve it. Thanks a lot.
I love the way you teach.
I love the way you teach.
very clear, I like her lesson a lot
The best english classes ever!
hello.i learn intrmediat English at institute and for more learning ,I COMe
to your class. but I cannot see your video very well. please help me
hello.i learn intrmediat English at institute and for more learning ,I COMe
to your class. but I cannot see your video very well. please help me.absoletly in Iran have low internet speed.thanks a lot
Thanks a lot. Very interesting.
Thank you Emma, I got 100 %. I’m glad about this.
thank you Emma,
just a small question:
dear Emma, which one is correct? you’ve used both of those:
1) …angry with you.
2) …angry at you.
thanks again ;)
thank you so much !
Thanks very much ! I understood the difference now. If you’d like to check try leaving a new test
Emma you’re great! I thank you!
Emma, I like you.
You explain them clearly and help me understand the differences.
Thanks! It’s not difficult and I’ll try remembering it!
Thanks Emma, God Bless You. Can you please do a lesson on how to structure sentences correctly! Please.
it”s handy lesson ..go on .
Why don’t you answer the comments, Emma? Are you ok? PLEASE DON’T LEAVE ENGVID! I Need your help to learn English…
I had never realized the difference between try do and try doing… It is fantastic to learn that! Thank you Emma. And, please, stay with us…
Great job. Congrat!!!
it’s great Mrs emma
Simple and precise.
Its very clear and simple.
Its easy to understand to me.
Well done, Emma.
But still I have a question.
“I begin ____ the truth.”
Shall I use “to understand” in this case? It does make sense that it could be difficult to “understand” the truth, but which form should I use for a positive result?
Thanks Emma! You look gorgeus as aways
I got 10 of 10
thanks a lot
Hello Emma. My name is Thang. I am from VietNam. I want to improve mhy English. Can you help me?
It’s cool! Tks.
Thank you very much—–Emma
Thanks Emma , its really nice….
Dear Ema, here is my question after watching your video… i often hear this phrase.
try to call him may be he pick up …so here it is advice or what ?
some more confused sentences …
please try to read it tomorrow ……here advice
i tried reading the book but it was so boring.??
correct me if i am wrong
thank you Emma, very useful Lesson
Very clear !! Great teacher!! Thanks a lot.
Hi Emma, thank you for this lesson. i’ve just a question: on the 1st quiz’s sentence “Amaury tried ____________ a job, but nobody was hiring.”
i think we should say “nobody was hired” and not “nobody was hiring”.
please help me.
thank you !!
hello Emma, you are beautiful. I have a question, if something is difficult for me like eating food, I should say: I tried to eat healthy. But if eating healthy is not difficult to do it at least for me, then, I should say: I tried eating healthy. If this example is not correct then how I should say this statement? Thanks
100 % beautiful teacher !!!
thank you Emme Teacher ^^
Thank you teacher Emma a very nice English lesson.
you are explaining very clearly :) thank you very much
thank you very much
Thanks a lot Emma for your excellent lessons.
Emma, thank you so much. It helped me a lot and you are an excellent teacher…I could understand much better!
Thanks a lot! your lessons are very helpful
i got 100%..Thanks teacher!
I got 100!
thank you for your teaching… I got 100 points.. ^^
Great explanation Emma. Thanks
i loved it so much thes teacher and the lesson
very goog! thanks,Emma!
thank you verry much. “if my wife is angy, i try giving gift”
Dear Emma, you are guilty of the english schools doesn´t have students. Everyone that watch your lessons forget the classrooms. You are a gorgeous teacher!,
I’m sorry for not finding out this web earlier. Thank you so much!
Yaaay !! I’ve got 100 ♥♥
Thank you very much Emma you are the best :)
Excellent lesson Emma as always! God Bless You!
thank u! Emma, i love your lessons :)
Hi Emma, very good lesson, I didn’t know about this difference. I know there are some differences on others ing forms after some verbs, could explain them some time? It would be nice. Thanks
ı got 80% correct,not so bad
I got 100 Thanks
Thank you…… I finally get more clear about those two. I feel Grammar is not as hard as I think.
Thanks you ! Emma I got 90 .But it’s ok! See you!
Thanks Emma soooooooooooo much
I have got 9 out of 10, wow! Thank you :-) xxx
Dear teacher thank you, PLSase not clear for me no.10
why not use (to feed)
I have got 9 and I enjoyed this.
thank you very much
too easy now. thans emma.
thanks Emma, i got 9 marks
This was a really helpful video. I actually didn’t quite understand how to use “Try doing” but now, I can understand it well, and can explain what’s the difference between Try to do and Try doing! Wow, thank you so much Emma! That was the one of the best English lesson that I have experienced in my life! I am really excited to study, watch more videos of yours!
I got 100:) Thank you Miss.Emma
Thank you for your lesson
Hi Ms. Emma thank you very much….
Dear Teacher “Emma”
Really Excellent teaching
Your lesson is easy to understand.
Your lesson is very useful.
thank you Emma!
THANKS TEACHER.. NOW I KNOW THE DIFFERENT BETWEEN INFINITE AND GERUND
Hi Emma how are u I’m so happy with ur lessons .please I want to chat with u can I !!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks you…really help me
Hello Emma, How are you? I love your lessons but now I have a doubt, please correct me if I´m wrong…
So, you mean that the verbs that have the infinitive or gerund form can change the meaning of a sentence? and these verbs are: forget, go on, regret, remember, stop, and try? Are these the only ones, and what happen with the verbs such as: like, love, hate, start and so on, do these verbs change thier meaning too? Can they have two meanings? I´ll be waiting for your answer because I´m confused. Please if someone else wants to answer it would be wonderful, and thanks! :)
Hello Emma, Thanks for posting the videos. It is really good and useful, especially for the test takers like me. I have a question similar to this one. I think the words “select” and “choose” have the same meaning, or is it different in the usage as “tried to do and try doing” I would appreciate if you could clear this doubt for me. Thanks in advance.
Emma, could you please give me some example in question form?
Thank you so much.
I know that try to verb, try verb ing
, it’s a good teaching!
Thank you :)
Thanks Ms Emma, I got 80%.
Very useful lesson, thank you beautiful teacher!
9/10. Number 9 is a bit tricky
Thank you for really teachable lesson.
If you don’t mind my asking I wonder if the rules of usage these two ways to say ”TRY” changes in future tenses? For example : I will try to answer all the question with assurance/ I will try answering all the questions with assurance. – Does still function the same rule? And which does suit more ‘to answer’ or ‘answering’?
Thank you so much Emma ,very useful video besides the quiz.
Thank you so much Emma
Allah Bless you Emma.. <3
Thanks a lot Emma! Perfect explanation. I got 100% at quiz.
i am not sure about it cause something that can be easy for me could be difficult for someone else
HI EMMA I RECENTLY GOT A JOB AT A HOTEL AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU CAN MAKE A VIDEO ABOUT HOTEL VOCABULARY???
Hi Emma, I am so happy with you because the way you having teaching is very easy to understand. Thank you
Thanks..Emma…I got 90%..
Dear Emma! Thank you very very much!!! I got it!!!
Your teaching is the best.
I’ll try learning English every day.
I already, I got 80% Emma, but in 7 and 9 are a little confuse.
Thank you madam teacher Emma. Its such a great motivation to be able to score a 100% on the first trial. I am now positive of my IELTS exam results.
Keep up the good work.
thanks Emma. It’s a nice explanation.
I try learning English for better
Thanks to EMMA. You are so nice, i got eight of ten scores,i was confused between 2 words until i watched your video then i understood.YEAH
actually, I tried answering the quiz without any difficulty.But I tried hard to read all the comments that my friends have written.
Thanks it helps a lot.
this first test i got full mark
Thank you Emma!!! I’m glad I took the course, you are very good and I am going to get better
Thanks for the great video. If it is possible please add more question for practice.
Hi Emma, your video-class are amazing, thanks for them. But, i have a question about to use “to”, are there more verbs as STOP or TRY for differencing infinitive and gerund?
It helped me figure out the difference between them now, keep the good work up.
this lesson was useful for me, thanks
Emma’s classes are gorgeous!
I’ve always confused about this.
Thanks for great lecture, Emma.
I got 10 correct out of 10 :)
I think I won’t be confused anymore :)
thank you so much Emma. You are awesome
I liked that classe again!
thanks so much, Emma
You are a great teacher. I’ll follow all your lessons.
Thanks Emma, very useful topic, you are a great teacher
I love your lessons, thank you :)
I have had one mistake. But I´m not proud, because another lesson is very dificult for me.
Hi Emma, thanks for your lesson!
I have a question:
Which one of these are the correct senteces?
1) I’m trying to make a videogame.
2) I’m trying making a videgame.
3) I try making a videogame.
I think the 2 but I’m not sure.
Thank you dear Emma I didn’t know that but I understand now
tryng speaking english at home but nobody know english … i’m so sad :(
So nice thanks Emma ^^
You are so amazing
thanks a lot for making a wonderful lesson .could you please explain me about question # 8 ? why walking and not to walk? @
Thank you, Emma! The lesson is so helpful.
Crystal clear! Thanks for the vid.
Im try to saying thanks you emma…your are My favorite cheacher ever.!love u
Thank you for your work sister.
100% without the video , dude~~~
Thank you it’s clear now
than you emma
Thank you very much
Thank you very much Emma . Happy new year
Thank you Emma.
Thank you, Emma
Thank you Emma. 10/10 :)
hello mrs emma finally i could answer 9/10 and do really really apreciate it! thanks for the several tips that you gave us. so benefitted!
thank you emma. you are the best teacher in this webside.your lessons are very useful for me.
I’m exhausted all the time, and everything is a real effort.I should win in my IELTS and TOEFL.
that why I still try developt my general english as well.sometime an effort make us to be difficult, tiring, or boring to do:
I like a lot your classes. You are an excellent teacher. I like your pronunciation and the way you explain the topics.
By the way, how do I know when you upload a new lesson into the website http://www.engvid.com?
Adam explain that differently from you. Really is not that easy to understand some grammar rules. Are different explanations and they do not match.
For example: you said we can use ANY verb.
Rebecca said that ANY must be used in negative sentences and questions. For positive sentences just some.
Not easy cute teacher!
Ronnie explain that in a different form. OMG!
Very interesting ! thank you !
Best teacher in the world
Thank you very much for the lesson..I tried to pass the test but I failed since I got 80% :( I’ll try studying more (please let me know if what I wrote is correct)
Thanks Emma you are agreat
I understand you! Thanks. I will try once moore. My score was 9 above 10. :)
Thanks Emma. Although i’m not good in english, but i undestand you well
first of all, i love you and your way so much <3, but at the end of the video you said that " if you want to become a better English speaker i invite you to check! !
i think it's an advice of you to us and it's easy to do so why you didn't say ' i invite you checking our website !
i hope you would tell me, and thanks for this an amazing video <3
I think that that the reason is there were no “try”. So she could say like: “If u want to become a better English speaker try checking our website”.
That was really interesting and useful lesson! Thanks Emma !
so excellent thanks Emma
Thanks Emma, You are one of my favourite teacher I’ve ever had in both normal and virtual educaton! : I take my hat off to you! … I had problems to understand the real difference between TRY TO DO and TRY DOING; but now, I can perfectly do it ! Thanks again! *** May God bless you ! … My most Sincere greetings from the Caribbean coast of Colombia, South America !
thank you very much
I’d like to thank you for your sincere effort.
You are my lovely Teacher ^^
These lessons are great, thank you so much!
You are the best!!
Thanks Emma it’s very useful
thanks emma, i try answering to questions.
i very like your method which you use to teach me.This lesson is helpfull.
Thanx a lot Emma
I wish I were born in Canada , so I could have met you before. Great job !
Thanks Emma ….
Thanks Emma! i got 100
Great lesson, it seems so clear now! Thank you !
Thank you so much for this lesson, Emma. I try to learn how to drive a car, but it’s difficult. I try practicing more. See you later.
Thank you so much, Emma!!
Hi Emma your class was great but I dont understand this sentence.
Hanna tried to write her essay last.
What does last mean in this context? Is an adjetive, verb …?
Thank you :)
Hi, i do not undertand when i have to use ing. exemple : we have finished eating now. why in this case we use eating and not eat?
I’m tired and anyway I’m trying to study
I tried to fail the test, but my score was 100%
Emma, one question please: If i want to try keep calm, for example tomorrow in a presentation…could I say…
I’m going to try to keep calm….or
I’m going to try keeping calm. Please what is the diference? Wich of both is correct? Could you give me some examples? Thanks from Spain.
Thank you Emma. This is a very good lesson for me.
I tried to stare at the images of “Trypophobia” but I could not……:)
very nice lesson,i will speak better due to engvid.com
thanks Emma for this lesson.
Thank u Emma
Thank you so much.. this is indeed a big help..
soo ‘ı am trying calling you right now ‘ ıs that correct sentence ?
thanks Emma for a very informative session.please try posting more of this stuff so that students may take advantage of it.
Thanks you Emma good bless you wherever you are.
thank you Emma, I always try following your lesson everyday
I really thanks to Emma,My skills english is improved right now.
useful lesson.Thanks a lot
I’m so happy to learn this. I got 100%! I never learned this before and thought the meaning is the same. You’re a great teacher, Emma!
Amazing class Emma, thank you so much!
Thank you teacher Emma, it is clear now… 10/10.
Thank You teacher Emma , I got 90%
(Taking) i send you my regards..
Good result 10/10, thank you teacher for your precious help.
Thanks, Emma. I got 90
thank you Emma!
If you like spicy food,trying Korean food you may like it. I used to eat a lot,but now I can’t eat as much as I did.
Great! I love your lesson. I’m trying to be a nicer person but it’s hard. Wishing all the best.
Hi, just for clarification:
You have used past tense in every example with infinitive. I am therefore not sure if in the sentence below, would be possible to use/using the infinitive or NOT at all.
“If your girlfriend is angry at you, try to give her flowers.” ?
..is it incorrect, or it CAN be used with infinitive? just it is not so proper?
in the quiz, last question:
My cat would not stop meowing, so I tried feeding her a different kind of cat food. (shouldn’t be there: “WITH a different kind of….” ??
could you explain why we skip this preposition?
Your ability to make someone understand is wonderful. Before watching the video I would think that there was no difference between gerund and infinitive.
Thank you, Emma.
I definitely needed this lesson:)
Thanks a lot, Emma you are amazing teacher,
That’s nice, I got 100 and understood the class!
Thanks! Nice! It was so clear!!!!!
Very good lesson.10/10, thanks.
Is there any difference betwen these two sentence:
Try to do it. / Try and do it.
Do they mean the same thing? I’ve had this doubt
for years. I hope you can help me.
; liked your video on this subject!
I tried to understand other teachers videos but unable to understand them.
Hello,Emma) Could you help me? I don`t understand `going to`( What does it mean? May be you have lesson on it? I`ll be grateful)
Hi emma i would like firstly to thank you for your kind lessons and i want if you please to know how to pass IELTS exam if there is amethod you can describe for me ir follow up yr website or youtube
Hey I understand very easy way of your teaching..thanks Emma..this is very helpful.
You got 8 correct out of 10.
How come I can’t see my comment?
It’s really helpful indeed!
Hi Emma, your teaching is very helpful. Much thanks.
I will get used to learning English here.
Emma, thank you very much.
hi every body . I appreciate to engvid group specially one of best teachers Emma .
I am to study to get better results.
Thank you so much now I know something else. <3
your teaching is so amazing perfect incredible awesome wow
Great lesson Thanks Emma
I love this site, thank you!!!
Thank you so kinedlly
For people knowing a new-latin Language this lesson is very easy to anderstand. Thank you.
thank you !
Thank you Emma!
I got 10 corrected out of 10.
Hurry! 야호! Ya-Ho!
Great, thanks a lot!
that’s one of the hard English Grammar lesson but now I feel I understood 90% of this lesson but I’ll watch it again another time because I’m so tired anyway … I got 80% of the quiz
thanks Emma for your amazing videos
thanks Emma . all ur lesson r great . :)
Thanks Teacher! I tried making the quiz and I got it.
yeah i got 100, ty emma..your explanation was so clear n easy to understand…
The first time when I’ve tried, I haven’t got well but now this time I got 100! I’m so happy
9/10. Thank you Emma.
Thanks Emma, you are the best
Thanks for your lesson.
I pass the test 10/10
I got 100… Thank you…
Hey Im got perfect.Eventhough im ironing watched this video.
Thank you, Emma! The perfect lesson, 100%
Very interesting lesson ! Thank you
Thank you soo much now i will never ever make any mistakes in this topic.
I tried to learn english before but unfortunately i was unsuccessful.
Thanks and love for all teachers as they give us free English learning Qourse..
Thank you Ms. Emma.
10/10! I tried to learn English vocabulary everyday when I studied at university, but I failed. It’s so borings! Now, I try watching Emma’s English video, my English was improved everyday! Thanks, Emma!
hey dear Emma. You won’t believe how much I’m obsessed with studying English and archaeology ,I’m sick of studying school lessons , but I study English and history every single day . I cross my fingers and hope everything goes well . Thanks for your wonderful video lessons and your motivation.
I got 7 correct out of 10.
I will try studying this lesson one more time
My ex tried to stop smoking, but it only lasted 3 months. Now he smokes again. Shame on him
I got 10 correct out of 10.
thank you very much,Emma. God bless you!
Thank you so much Emma.Iam so happy to study with you.
I have tried to cook three dishes but I could not do that.
Thank you! I really understood the difference after your explaniation and I didn’t make any mistake in the test.
Dear Emma, many thanks for your lessons!! They are clear and easy to understand on each topic, even if it seemed to be difficult before watching your video.
Dear Emma, hello, many thanks for your lessons!! They are clear and easy to understand on each topic, even if it seemed to be difficult before watching your video.