where. You improve your speaking by knowing the most common questions English speakers use in conversation. Learn to speak more fluently by practicing saying these questions the way native speakers say them. I’ll give you a chance to listen and repeat after me. Some of the questions in this lesson include:
Where are you from?,
Where were you born?,
Where did you grow up?“, and more. In the quiz for this lesson, you’ll review the grammar and correct structure of these very common WH questions. Where do you go for more English lessons? https://www.engvid.com!
Thank you teacher Great lesson it’s useful and simple
Thanks. I wanted to keep it simple but fun.
where i can to reaching out your more professional lessons
thank you teacher,simple and understandable,i beginner Engilish
“Thank you, teacher. Easy and understandable. I’m an English beginner.”
Thanks for studying with me, Leman-nli. There are many beginner lessons on the website.
i am too) axir ki azərbaycanlı da tapıldı)
Roger that. See you soon Alex.
For sure! I’ll be here. :)
Thank you for your lesson,Alex, you help me listen and pronounce the questions correctly.At school we are learned grammar more listening and speaking skills. Now my pronunciation isn’t good,so my speaking skill is weak,i want to improve my speaking and listening.
Thank you for this conversational lesson, Alex! I repeated all these questions after you :) And got 10 correct out of 10. I really need more speaking lesson. I can read and listen English a bit, but I can’t speak at all. It is so embarrassing when I don’t know what to say and how to say.
Could you, please, correct me if I made mistakes in my comment.
“I really need more speaking lessons…It is so embarrassing when I don’t know what to say and how to say it.”
Thanks, Elena! Keep practicing. :)
Thank you for your answer! There were not so many mistakes. I am so glad :) I hesitated with this phrase “I can read English a bit” vs “I can read English a little” or “I can read a little English”…
I have added you in facebook :)
Why have you never mentioned your Google+ profile?
I don’t really use Google+. :)
You’re welcome. Thanks for clicking.
The questions were basic & easy, but on the contrary, their pronunciation is quite difficult, Alex!
Exactly. It seems simple, but it takes practice to make it perfect.
Thank you Alex it’s useful lesson for conversation
Exactly. :) I’m glad you found it useful!
Thank you very much Alex!!!
I didn´t know that you were from Poland ;)
I’ve mentioned it a few times in various lessons, but yes, I was born in Poland and have lived in Canada since the age of 7. :)
hi Alex, a little question : ” have lived in Canada since the age of 7 ” and ” I’ve been living in Poland since the age of 7 ” have the same meaning, with have lived a little bit informal form, or what ? thanks in advance for your reply . stefano ( Italy <9
In this case, they’re both extremely similar. They both talk about an event that started in the past and has continued until the present. The focus with the first one is on the result, while the focus on the second one is on the continuation of the action. I know that’s a quick and dirty explanation, but there isn’t much of a difference in this case. There are situations where they’re different, though.
I’ve been standing in the rain for 30 minutes. (I’m still standing in the rain now)
I’ve stood in the rain for 30 minutes. (maybe I’m still in the rain now, or maybe I’m talking about a past life experience)
Thank you Alex.
You’re welcome. Thanks for clicking and for studying with engVid.
very easy…no problem…thank you…;)
You’re welcome! Work on the pronunciation. :) It’s the most difficult part, especially when trying to speak quickly.
Can you speak any Polish?
Tak. Troche wiecej nisz troche. :)
My Polish is probably at an intermediate level at this point. I don’t get a chance to practice it very often. Just when I speak with my parents.
Siedem pierwszych lat życia w Polsce? To całkiem sporo, z jakiego miasta jesteś? Odwiedzałeś Polskę w dorosłym życiu? Jeżeli będziesz się kiedyś wybierał, polecam Kraków :)
I was born around Rzeszow. The last time I visited Poland was 20 years ago, but I plan to go this year with my family. I’m looking forward to it!
Very useful, thank you so much
No problem. Thanks for watching and for studying with engVid!
100/100, thanks Alex.
You’re welcome. Thanks for watching.
Thank you alot alot alot …
I’ve got 10/10.Hi hi.^-^
Nice job! Thanks for studying with engVid.
I’ve got 10/10.Hi hi.
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I’ve got full mark
“I got full marks” or “I got a perfect score/grade.”
You’re welcome. :)
Thank you so much for your enjoyable lesson.
I was born in israel not palestine.
Dear Alex, this land that you called palestine, the land I’m living in, is called Israel.
Please check in the bible.
Palastina or provinica palastina was the name that romans gave it after they captured it from the israeli people aka the jews.
The British adopted this name after they captured this land from the Ottoman empire. This land is called Israel beacause it has been given to sons of Israel by god.
I didn’t intend the comment to start a political discussion, but I’m aware of the debate.
I really appreciate all your content about how to speak and how to hold daily conversations.
I’m alredy expectng the next one :) Have a nice and sunny day!
Great! Thanks for watching. I’ll make many more conversational lessons in the future.
Can i say: “where would you want/like to eat/meet with me?” what is prefer to use?
I would say these are common:
Where would you like to meet me?
Where would you like to eat?
Where do you wanna go/eat/meet?
Where would you want to go/eat/meet me?
Good, very good, my congratulation.
“My congratulations.” It’s always plural. :)
Thanks for watching, Homell!
Your videos are simple and funny 10/10. Keep working !!!
Thanks! I don’t plan on stopping any time soon!
I am very happy to meet you again. We are a big family – Engvid Family- and I am a big fan of your lessons.
I know ‘Where do you live’ .. You live in our heart.
Special thanks for your lesson.
That’s amazing! Thanks for this thoughtful message!
Wonderfull Alex…go ahead
Thanks, Dr. Mohammad!
Hey Alex, thank you very much for teaching us in an easy way.
Not a problem. I’m glad you enjoyed it!
Thanks! Please, more such lessons :)
Look out for more question lessons in 2016. :)
Thanks! I will
Pronunciation of “Where” and “Were” is very similar, isn’t it?
Both have a very different vowel sound.
Where has the same vowel sound as “air,” “hair,” or “bear.”
Were has the same vowel sound as “sure,” “fur,” or “purr.”
You are always very nice and kind, Alex and I am always distracted (I wrote Adam). Sorry.
Now pronunciation of the two words is clear. Thanks again:)
can i say (where you) instead of (where are you)??
No, that wouldn’t be right.
Thank you very much!
Great class Alex, as always!! I have watched all your last classes: learning english with the hunger games, stars wars and so forth. I thought that could be a good idea a class about Oscars Awards in general, or only related with 2016. “The revenant” is attracting a lot of interest as well. Thanks Alex and we will be waiting for your next class!!
Cool idea. I’ll keep it in mind for a future lesson. I love pop culture, and I’d like to do more movie lessons in the future.
What is the difference between:
Where are you from? and Where do you come from? When I use the auxiliary verb do or does? Thank´s a lot, you are the best
Do is used with I, You, We, and They. Does is used with He, She, and It.
Where DOES he live?
When DO you wake up?
Where are you from is much more common and informal.
Thank you Alex!
Any time. Thanks for clicking.
the lesson is very interesting.I’m proud of you,Alex
Thanks! I’m glad you found it useful.
Thank you very much. Would you please suggest me a site where I can practise my speaking and my writing. You will be very helpful.
Hmm, unfortunately, I don’t know of any sites for this. For speaking and writing correction, a private teacher is probably your best bet. I may do a future lesson on writing correction, though.
Thank you. I’m waiting.
Hello from Poland Alex!!!
Hi, Wesley! It’s awesome to know that there are people watching my videos back in Poland.
No problem. Thanks for studying with engVid.
the knowledge that he will always be known
I help people gain knowledge
Shared development with us
increase in other
of benefit to the people
Thanks for watching, cumar. I appreciate it.
I need do better on my grammar.
“I need to do better.”
It takes practice. Don’t stop practicing.
It’s a very useful lesson. Teacher looks like stand before me.Thanks!
Not a problem! We try to make our lessons like a real classroom as much as possible. :)
Thanks Alex, very nice lesson! I learnt a new one: meet up. Learning pronunciaton is also very imporant to sound a bit more fluent.
Oh, totally. Grammar and pronunciation are the two things everyone needs to learn when studying a new language.
hello, i’m from Viet Nam. i speack english not goot. i want to improve skill speak english.
i write wrong( speak->replace ^^! )
“Hello, I’m from View Nam. I don’t speak English well. I want to improve my English speaking skills.”
:) Keep practicing!
Thank you Alex, I learnt from your lesson and I did the quiz after I got 10 correct out of 10. I feel confident to use common “where” question Thank you.
Fantastic! Thanks for watching the lesson and for doing the quiz. Keep it up!
Czesc Alex .
World is a big city and countries are its districts where we are from . I started to learn polish ( tongue of my father ) but i am at the beginning of the beginning .
Even simple , this lesson ( thanks to the comment of engvid users ) brought me an solution to my difficulty to pronounce “where ” and ” were” .
That’s fantastic. I’m glad I was able to help you with something that seems so basic to many students, but which actually causes many of them problems.
Where did you learn to be such a good teacher?!!!
That’s very kind of you. Thanks. I’ve been doing it for 8 years now, so I hope I’m at least pretty good at it!
Hi Alex. Thanks. I’m new here and I’m loving! See you later.
Nice! Welcome to engVid, and thanks for studying with me.
Thank you Alex.These are beginner questions ,but when you don’t practice you can’t identify them .It is very useful.Thank you.
You’re very welcome. Thanks for watching, anahit!
Hey Alex, how are you doing?
Excelent class, always surprising us.
Thanks for this. Cya
I’ve got a lot of surprises coming this year. Stay tuned!
Thank you so much for this”Where” lession, i have one confusion for did and are in where we use are and did if u clear my confusion it would be very helpful for me
I think this lesson will help:
Easy-peasy. I got 100. Thank you so much.
You’re welcome. Thanks for watching! Easy-peasy is not a bad thing!
Great teacher thanks.
No problem. Thanks for watching.
thanks you Mt.alex Igot 10/10
Any time. Thanks for watching, and great job on your quiz!
Thank you Alex. hello from Turkey :)
Turkey? That’s amazing! Hello. :) Thanks for studying with me.
You’re very welcome.
very useful,especially pronunciation like native speak English
“Like a native English speaker.” :)
It was the first video class I have watched. Amazing teacher! =)
Awesome! Thanks for watching, and welcome to engVid!
No problem. Thanks for watching.
Any time. Thanks for watching!
Thanks teacher! Excelent Class!
I appreciate that. Thanks a lot for watching!
Thanks, Alex. My prononciation isn’t perfect but I work very hard !!!
I think that’s the right attitude. Keep it up.
Great lessom teacher Alex. Thanks ;)
No problem. Thanks a lot for studying with engVid, Erick.
Thanks a lot.
My pleasure. Thank you very much for watching.
Thanks…Very useful lesson. I had learned more about prononciation…
“I learned more about pronunciation” or “I HAVE learned more about pronunciation” are correct in this situation.
Thanks for your feedback, Carlos!
thank’s teacher i grow up with inglesh if you i need help please
I think you’re trying to say “Thanks, teacher. I have improved my English with you. I need help, please.”
Keep practicing and studying with engVid!
Youre lesson was really helpful for me thank you Alex. Greetings from Colombia
Thanks, Miguel. All the way from Colombia? Amazing!
Thanks a lot Alex it was so good .
I live in Halifax and I have problem with listen
How can skip this problem
I don’t think it’s possible to “skip” it, but it’s something that can be improved with careful and consistent practice. It helps if you have a private teacher explaining the smaller details too.
greetings from Poland!Your lessons are awesome.
Thanks for the compliment, and thanks for watching. Greetings!
Thank you very much professor,it has been a excellent lesson, and very useful to enhance in this case fluency.
That was the idea. Thanks for watching, Gio87.
Thank you very much Alex.
Pozdrawiam. Kasia :)
You’re very welcome. Prosze bardzo!
Thanks, Alex, it was amazing I got 10 correct out of 10
*high five* Nice job, nour2!
Great job, Alex! It’s a simple lesson, but very important to English learners. Thank you very much! Júlio César from Brazil.
Nice to see you Julio Cesar. Glad you enjoyed it.
Thank you Alex.It’s awesome.
You’re welcome. Thanks for clicking!
Hola :D y gracias no se si me entiendas pero mi duda es la siguiente:
Como identificar cuando Y Donde va las palabras:
Are / Do / (Was/Were)/ (Have/Has) /
en las preguntas…
Where do you study?
Where are you study?
Where have you been?
Where are you been?
Muchas gracias ( Saludos desde Colombia )
Here’s a lesson to help you with DO and BE:
Yeah! You have it done again! as you have said, this lesson was easy, fun but especially important to improve our fluency and listening skills. It is great when do you take a time in order to we try to practice these common and useful “wh questions”. Thanks my friend for share your experience one more time with us. I really appreciate it. Hugs from Venezuela.
Any time, JGeorge. Thanks for clicking!
Thanks a lot .
Not a problem.
Thank you engvid, it’s Great lesson and useful for me…
“Thanks, engvid. This is a great lesson and useful for me!”
You’re very welcome!
Thank you Alex :)
Not a problem. :)
10 out of 10 :D … thanks for the lesson ALex :D
You’re welcome. Thanks a lot for watching, DaZun. Nice job on the quiz!
Any time, Amirzade! Thanks for watching.
thanks a lot.
Thank you very much
Any time. Thanks for watching!
I’ve got 10/10
Nice job. Next, focus on your fluency and pronunciation with these questions!
Thank you my teacher
You’re very welcome. Thanks a lot for studying with me!
Alex, i love your lessons =) Thanks a lot for your attention to details of pronounciation
Thanks for watching, Aleksandra. :) I’ll make more pronunciation lessons in the future. After grammar, I feel it’s the most important thing you need to learn when studying any language.
Thank you Alex. I take 100 point. It was very beneficial. :)
thank you teacher
You’re very welcome. Thanks for studying with EngVid!
it’s a wonderful lesson , Alex . i really like it .
your way in talking and your body language are so interesting and I really love them . keep going in this way of teaching .
you are awesome .
If i had any mistakes , correct it ,please .
“Your way OF talking.”
“If I made any mistakes, correct them, please.”
Thanks for watching! This is the first time someone has commented on my body language. Thanks!
Hello Alex, Thanks for the lesson!, I got a couple questions I would like to know if you can talk about those in your future broadcasts. First: I want to know the difference between ANYMORE and NO LONGER, secondly, I got confused about “worth” is it an adjetive or noun? In movies and series I heard they even use it as a verb, Am I right? Thanks in advance.
It’s an adjective AND a noun depending on the context.
“What is it worth?” (adjective)
“What is its worth?” (noun – what is its value?)
It’s also a preposition in a strange way. For more info, go here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/worth?s=t
hello Mr. Alex,
I have one question when can i use where do/did and where are/were/is ?
THANK YOU MR,ALEX . it was really fun and i got 100 point ^^
Great job. Keep working on your pronunciation!
Nice job. If you are now familiar with the form, focus on the pronunciation.
Thanx Mr. Alex ,,
My pleasure. Thanks for watching and for studying with engVid, Ahmed.
Thank you my teacher :))
You’re welcome, puppup10! Interesting choice for a username.
ive got perfect score, its little bit easy
“I got a perfect score. It’s a little bit easy.”
If you feel comfortable with the structure, focus on your fluency and pronunciation when asking these questions.
Alex thanks for every thing:)
i’m really need more practiceing of english
and i need do practice with any person
“Alex, thanks for everything. I really need more English practice, and I need to practice with a person.”
It’s difficult to improve your speaking if you don’t have others to talk with. I know there are some students who have What’sAPP groups for this.
Thanks, Allan. I appreciate your support!
Thank you Alex.I have learned a lot from your video. My english is not godd,but i will keep practicing it.
I got 80
“My English is not good, but I will keep practicing it.” Nice job. If you are comfortable with the question forms, focus on improving your pronunciation and comprehension.
Very good Alex, i’m improving a lot my pronunciation. Simple phases but, i am sure that to anyone no native speaker become too difficult.
“I’m improving my pronunciation a lot.”
That’s great to hear. Keep practicing!
Thank you Alex
You’re welcome, Ben. Don’t forget correct punctuation when you are writing. :) Use “.” to end your sentences.
Hello teacher Akex! :) This is the first time I watch your video! It’s great! I’m sure your videos will help me a lot! Thank you.
thanks for the lesson and I get the good score for answering the quiz :D thanks Alex :)
You’re welcome. Nice job! If you know the structure of the questions, you should focus on improving your fluency and pronunciation. Keep it up!
How do I practice my fluency and pronunciation on you Alex?
anyone want learn englisg can add me in skypee and this my name there in skype
anyone please help me .
i cant watch the video .
Hmmm. Is Youtube blocked where you live? If not, make sure your browser is up to date, and try enabling HTML5 video on Youtube.
it’s very useful for my knowledge. Thanks Alex
No problem. Thanks for watching!
Some words in English which get, have,take,make,refer can be drive to the wall coming of students from other cultures.Alex Could you eliminate the problem for us. What is the “refer”. How to learn “get ? Thanks and Regards.
“Some words in English, like get, have, take, make, and refer can drive students up the wall. Could you eliminate this problem for us?”
These are very specific questions. You can start here for some of the words you’ve mentioned here: https://www.engvid.com/english-grammar-causative-verbs/
Thank you Mr. Alex
You’re very welcome. Thanks for studying with engVid.
Hi dear teacher. Each one of your lessons has something to say ! Thanks a lot.
You’re welcome. Thanks for watching!
Thank you so much for explanation. I’m begginer student and my teacher recommended this website to practice.. You are good teacher I enjoy watching your classes.
Your teacher has good taste! :)
“Thank you so much for THE/THIS explanation. I’m A beginner student and my teacher recommended this website to practice. You are A good teacher. I enjoy watching your classes.”
Focus on your articles. (a, an, the) Thanks a lot for studying with EngVid, Leandro!
…it is difficult to ask a question, so as to obtain the expected response…Today 100%. I am delighted lessons engVid. They are greatly improving my skills. Thank you.
“I am delighted with engVid’s lessons.”
You’re welcome. :) Thanks for studying with us!
Well done. You are always reliable and always repair every mistake. Thank you :)
Hey Anna, in this lesson we could figure out that Alex is from the same country as you. hahah
Hi Adriano.. All roads lead to Poland..and all the way out here.. :) Big hug for you and for Alex.
Big hug for you too.. :)
Thank you, Alex. Your lessons are very interesting. I like the way you speak and your pronunciation.
Thanks for your feedback, Karina. I will keep doing my best to make clear and interesting lessons.
Thank you Alex. You are one of the few who answers the questions here.
Thanks for commenting, Alec. Commenting lets me know what students are interested in, and how I can improve future lessons. It also gives me a chance to help students even more by correcting their written English in the comments section.
It’s obvious that you like your job and do it not for the sake of money. I wish all the teachers were like you. Somehow your passion passes on to students and encourage them to do their best. You are a born teacher. Honestly!
Thank you for your teaching.
My pleasure. Thanks for watching.
Thank you so much Alex. You are a great teacher.
Thanks for your kind words, Tabessa. Have a great weekend!
Alex ty for this lesson. It’s very useful class for beginner
“It’s a very useful class for beginners.”
You’re very welcome.
Thank you so much Alex.
Any time! Thanks for studying with EngVid!
Thank you so much, you are a great teacher :)
Thanks a lot for your feedback, dgrazulis!
soo thanks for this video. ı have been looking for long time. and all of these are very useful. thanks again alex.
“Thanks soooo much for this video. I have been looking for something like it for a long time.”
You’re quite welcome! I’m glad I was able to help you.
I’ve got 10 :O
Excellent job! Now practice asking the questions fluently and with clear pronunciation.
thank u teacher it was really helpful
I’m happy to hear that. Thanks for clicking, macario17!
Hey, teacher. I just wanna say to i’ve got 10 out of 10 in the quiz. Thanks to you, really. Take care of yourself!
Nice job on the quiz. Now practice saying the questions fluently and with good pronunciation!
You’re a good teacher. It was not boring lesson.
“It was not a boring lesson.”
Thanks for your feedback, Narcissus!
I’m from Poland too :) Do you speak Polish ? You don’t have a Polish accent. My favourite english teacher is from Poland <3 I can't belive. My English isn't good sorry for my mistakes. Greetings from Rzeszów. Rzeszów is the capital of Podkarpacie. This city isn't well know as Warsaw or Kraków but it's beautiful.
I was born in Rzeszow, and I still have a lot of family there, especially around Zarzecze. :)
It was my pleasure. Thanks for watching, Dario7.
thank you so much for wonderful video
“Thank you so much for this/the wonderful video.”
You’re very welcome. Thank you for your support.
Thank you . you are nice
Thank you, maherasd. I appreciate your kind feedback!
Thank you Alex.
No problem. Thanks for clicking, and I’m glad you enjoyed the video!
This lesson has interesting tips about English pronunciation.
That was one of my main goals with it, so I’m glad you found it useful!
No problem! Thanks for watching, Aleksandr.
sir i have a question please answer. when i trying to talk with stranger peoples i cant speak quickly and i feel exciting
You’re a new English learner. It takes time. This is the case with any new language. I have the same problem with French. The goal is to never give up!
it helps a lot, i now understand the difference of asking where questions.
I’m glad I was able to help. Thanks for watching, Miammi!
Hej Alex i am sorry bothering but whenever u havE a spare time could u pls checking an exercise for me pls but i can not post here cuz is photo. could u pls send me ur email . I just wanna make sure if my teacher made a mistake by checking the exam. IN fact my teacher did(in his way explained) but he didnt convice me therefore i would like to know ur opinion about it .or just reply on this email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks you so much teacher for your useful lesson. My English pronunciation very poor. I want to speak English fluently.
Thank you teacher:))
Thank you so much for very nice lesson. 1. I need your help to overcome these problems. 2. I need your help for overcoming these problems. 3. I need your help to overcoming these problems. Which one it right in formal? Please help me understand the difference. thanks.
Great lesson, thanks about that guys!
Thanks you my teacher. I want to improve my English skill.
thanks teacher you’re amazing …Yes Palestine
It’s a nice work, thanks a lot.
Could you tell me, When I use the auxiliary verb in Wh-Questions? Thanks!
i got 7 correct out of 10.
Got 10 out of 10 :3
You are simply great teacher
really really helpful ..
Thank you teacher,helpful lesson.
Yeah! I got a perfect score. Thanks for sharing this lesson alex.
hi. nice to meet you. your lesson is very easy and simple. and i’m very good that your accent is definite.
i’m looking forward to study with you.
thank you very much mr. alex.
i’m iooking forward to studying with you.
thank you very much.
Thank you Alex
teacher, I have a little question.”Where do you want to…” or ”Where are you going” ,what is different between the two sentence, i means wh-sentence ” do and be” like where do…. and where are you …
sorry, my english grammar is very pool .
You’re a good teacher
thanks, I got 9 of 10
This is a good class for it looks very simple but I still have 3 wrong answers in the after quiz. :) Now, I’ve figure out what I don’t understand before. It is real helpful here. Thank you, Alex!
Thanks a lot i got 10 correct out of 10
Good job Sir…
10/10 thank you at starting i was thinking it’s very simple lesson but twist was remain after reading once :-)
thank you for your kindness
could you please tell me that how can I test my knowledge in this language?
I mean the determine the level
how can I know my level?
Thanks Alex, great job.
Thank you sir ?
thanks alot mr Alex.
thanks our teacher your lesson is very useful keep going like this lesson because it is very good for us
Good teacher i like that. you make e understand all
Thanks a lot for your lesson. Your pronunciation is so clear so it pleasant to hear and easy to understand)
thanks you sir
Thank you Alex.
Thank you so much!!) It seemed like we talked with each other.
Thank you Alex.I like your lesson very much.
Thank you very much Alex! I come from Poland! I learn english myself and I beginner. Please tell me why sentens : “Where are you study” is wrong.
Why in sentens is “do” but not “are”?
( Dlaczego w zdaniu jest “do” a nie “are”? )
Bets wishes !
Alex already know. It is different tenses.
It isn’t present continuous and there is no “ing”
thank teacher, for lesson, it very good.
mind blowing sir..i like ur teaching style…and first of all my english is very pool…plzzz help me to build a very good english
Thank you very much.
Great, thanks, specially for pronunciation part.
Thx for this great lesson. Hey, is that a Final Fantasy T-shirt ? looks prety cool on ya ;)
Thank you very much
Thank you Alex. I wish, I watch these lessons before this time.
Thank you teacher
Thank you for your lessons
thanks alex .i like this class
I was born in Palestine , Thanks a lot
Best regards my teacher .
I think this frist time to learn english in right and effective way so thinks alex
Thank you for your lesson. This video is helpful for me.
thank you alex :)
oh my god cann´t to be, me was super bad, more that in the before lesson, thanks teacher, her video was funny and understandable…¡¡¡ see you soon
I got 100%. Thanks Alex. Greetings from Poland.
Everything was understandable … Thank you. I hope too, so one day I said smoothly.
Thank you very much for the lesson. Mr. Alex please would you make a video about the pronunciation of –C/K- and –G/J- EX: car/bicycle, log/orange.
I hope to learn english very well. Tanks.
Thank you very much Alex
Thank you very muck for making this great lesson.
I learn a lot from you clip.
i like your teaching so much. your accent is easy to understand thank you alex
Good work Alex! Thank you!
thank you teacher
Hi Alex, Thanks for sharing your experience us. I
I need your help. I was looking for a video you made about abbreviation pronunciation in native speaker. For example Where are you from, pronunciation without are. Something like that.
Thank you Alex
thank you Alex because you have taught me great lesson
Thank a lot Alex, it’s a great job. I understoot it better.
my internet can’t protect this site
I don’t know what should I do ?
please help me
I want to learn English .
thank you so much .
Thanks teacher Alex I got 100 of 10
thanks Alex, I made 9/10 only a small error for a my distraction
Good job.keep it up
Do you teach all questions? i just find when and where.
thank you, Alex.
Thank , Mr Alex .
What lesson do you recomend as the following after “When” and “Where”?
Thanks for your help!
Thanks a lot
Thanks you! The lesson is very simple and easy!
Hello Alex. Great classes.. I need improve my english, Listening and Speaking.. I going to move to Canada this year, maybe June or July.. My application will be as post universuty student . Can you give me some advices?. thanks a lot..
hello! Thanks, it’s the worth for me
Thanks Alex.In this way,I can improve my English.
Please tell me the best way to improve english language.
I am feeling very well right now. I am learning to much with you.
thank you teacher
“Where do you go to school?” Sounds so strange to me.
I think that:
“Where is your school?” is better than “Where do you go to school?”
What do you think? Let me know, please.
Thanks. All the best.
Thanks Alex. I took your lecture first time. It was very easy for me to understand how to use “where”.
thanks a lot
Thanks alot it’s great lesson and easy
Hi Alex, thank you very much it was really helpful.
I would like to know if it is possible to answer a question in a defferente tense. For example: Where do you live? and the answer be: I am living in NY.
Can I do that? Thank you
How do I answer “Where do you want to eat?”
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That was so useful
Hi Alex,Thank you very much.Great lesson
Thanks MR Alex. but i have a question, please ?
what is the difference between meet and meet up
Where do you go to school ?
I confused about this question! ?
Perfected the quiz. Now time to watch your video on this. Nice quiz!
Perfected the quiz. Now time to watch your video on this. Iloveengvid
Thank you Alex :)
Thanks!! you ‘re great teacher!!
thank you teacher a lot iam moroccan i like your video
thank you teacher Alex
this class was very interesting
As a beginner i got 7. its not perfect for me, but i think once a time i also make me perfect, i love Adams,sir, Rebecca madam and mostly you sir. i love your attitude, talking style,Sir how can i tell you, there are 10 teachers i like you most.Please sir give some advise for my future….
Thanks Alex your lessons are very helpful for me and try to improve my pronunciation. do you have any suggestion for me. again thanks
Thanks a lot teacher.
You are very helpful.
Thank you teacher
thanks a lot
i couldnthave done it without you