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314 COMMENTS

thanks Emma you are great i love your lessons

aduinterpreter

Actually this is a little bit confusing topic for me Dear Emma thanks a lot for clarification

aduinterpreter

    i got 10 out of 10

    aduinterpreter

      I got ten out of ten too

      manuk64

      I got out of 10! :)
      both you and your explanation are wonderful! lol
      thanks Emma :p

      henriquefut10

      I got 10 out of 10 too, thanks Emma :)

      Sweety Cherry

        Thanks a lot Emma

        Ahmad shah omarkheil

Nice lesson, I very happy with this website

HERRGUTZ

hi Emma. Good lesson:)
I have a question.
Could you tell me what “become of aware” means?
e.g.”Eating slowly and pausing in between bites helps you to become of aware of when you are comfortably satisfied.”
I’m not able to find the phrase in any dictionary.

adampoland

    hi adam, what “become of aware” means, firstly it’s up about your context in a talk, but it means you will realized o noticed somenthing that’s gonna be a fact after you’ve taken up a special task.

    i hope i’ve have helped you.
    cheers

    danba2112

      Hi guys!
      I don’t think so. “become of aware” doesn’t exist-in my opinion. it was a mistake. it should be written “become aware of” there.

      adampoland

    become of aware- it’s a mistake. it seems to me that it should be written “become aware of” there.

    adampoland

Great lesson Emma. It was missing to me till now. Thanks.

zaima

Really interesting. Thank a lot.

pwav

Great lesson and teacher , thanks a millions .

asala

Great Lesson. Thank you.

nathgo

Thanks for your explanation.

sfmichelini

waoo! what a confusing but helpful lesson Emma. I appreciate that you and engvid for being so mindful and point out these common six mistakes. I commonly make those mistakes but will not anymore. Lastly,Emma I need you to clarify which of the following sentences is the correct one:
I have a son who is ten years old or I have a son who is ten-year- old. Thank you in advance for your kindness..

sacosta4

    I’m not Emma but I think I can help :) “I have a son who is ten years old” is the correct one, you can write it with hyphens when you make it like “I have a two-year-old son.”

    shprot

This is great lesson. Thank Emma

windy87

very clearly. learning. GREAT!

RJ

Well done, Emma…!!! Thank you.

jorsal1972

Hi Emma!!

Thank you for this lesson, it was something that I didn’t understand well, but now its clear.

inumaki

thanks Emma :)

denmarkmil

Thank you I need more preactice my english.

alfonsomx

The itch has been scratched! Thanks a lot Emma.

moonlit70

Hello Emma, I have two questions because I’ve been reading many English forum boards concerning IT stuff, and people there write 1, 2, etc. all the time, actually whatever number they want to write, they write as a number. Maybe it’s IT-thing, I don’t know. I’ve never paid much attention to it because you know, it’s a way faster to write 8 than “eight”, especially using a computer keyboard. :) But now I’m just wondering if is it really bad if I write 1 instead of “one”? Of course, this looks weird when you start a sentence with a number, so I could agree with you as to starting a sentence using something else.

The second questions is about using dash in “twenty-year-old”. I saw native speakers writing, for example, “twenty year old”. Any comment? Is the dash necessary, or can we omit it?

morfik

    Just don’t expect people (even natives) to wright everything correctly, as we do in our own mother tongue, people just don’t pay any attention to the orthography, OK, I won’t generalize, but many people do so…

    thalinho

Thanks for the great lesson.

tatiana2205

Thank you very much Ms.Emma.
You have made a very exhaustive lesson on numbers.
I do a lot of mistakes with numbers but now you’ve swept off all of them.

aiace

Thanks a million,Emma.

P.D: Or thanks a millions?….;)

ireminas

Good lesson

hamleteriel

Thanks for your great lesson!

hathuptit

Hi Emma
I’m lagging behind in English but your lesson helps me to understanding the subtle nuances of dynamic English.
I would like you to describe use of some essential words like beyond,along,within …

sonykhan

what i don’t understand is what is the correct pronunciation Ty or dy !!?

saliho

    I guess I can help you:
    How to write How to read
    ForTY ForDY
    SevenTY SevenDY
    TwenTY TwenDY

    I hope you have understood me.

    claudiojun.ior

    In addition, it also depends on the accent. In American English, “some” TY endings sound like a fast DY (also called a tap T, a sound that occurs when the T is between vowels or semi-vowels); differently, in British English, the T is mostly pronounced as the real T sound.

    That T being a D (or tap T) occurs because the mouth and tongue take the same position, but for making the D sound it’s necessary to vibrate the vocal cords. That’s why the T is a voiceless sound and the D is a voiced sound. If you try to whisper the D, it will sound like a T. Try it out!.

    Tip for beginners: Use the real T. Avoid using tap T if you do not know how to do it properly.

    Good luck in your studies!

    Paulo H. Dos Santos

    Please search for True T and Flap T in American English accent. Take care! :)

    Paulo H. Dos Santos

I don’t understand why in part 4 : I have 9 cats is wrong and I have two sisters is correct, 9 and two are simple numbers.

Thank you

domgav

    Sorry, I made a comprehension mistake…
    Now I understand ! Thank you

    domgav

I must say that I just love your thorough type of teaching. Thorough work, Emma.

Best regards..

thalinho

Thanks! I really enjoy this lesson. greetings from Mexico!!!

eskimos

Thank you, Emma

dhissie

You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

iloveooz

is 10 (or ten?) a single number?

kien7887

thank you Emma and i like the way you teach we

youssef19

ty Emma .i really love you n ur the best teacher here :) ..Keep it sister :)

politician2013

ah .i got 10 out of 10 <3 <3

politician2013

Thanks Emma! Awesome and helpful lecture! I have an issue: could someone explain what “figure out” mean for me? I have heard this phrasal verb several times in the lessons and I don’t realize the exactly meaning of that. Thanks again.

sgmmm

This lesson was hard and exhaustive,but now
I´ve learned the diference between adjective(I HAVE AN EIGHT YEAR OLD SON)and (I AM EIGHT YERS OLD).Thanks

grazisil13

Thank you very much, I did learn a lot in this lesson about numbers…thanks again

argenis

Hi Emma and everyone in EngVid.
This lesson is very useful for us, but more to say that, I would like to say that you guys are very important for hundreds perhaps thousands of English students all over the world.
I thank you guys so much for all the good you have made for us all.
Sorry for mistakes in writing.
It would be an honor for me if you all you even one of you send some email to me (aclesioassis@gmail.com

aclesio

awesome :) 10/10 thanks

I have a question not actually related to the lesson :

Isn’t the “t” in “Often” silent? or it is in British English?

thanks again ^^

perkygirl

Thanks!!!

mazinho007

Thx

mahmoudkhidr

Very nice lesson Emma! Thank you very much!!

Evandro Prado

Thanks Emma!

almasieva55

Thanks a lot
I got 10/10

farkijuve

Yeah I got 10 out of 10.

Thanks Emma

anggarifandi

9/10 , thanks Emma

marouane10

thank you Emma! excellent class!

jack01

100!

drojas8665

Nice lesson, thanks Emma! What does “figure out” mean? And I have a suggestion to the next lesson: the difference between fit and suit. I don’t know how to use these verbs properly. Thanks!

sgmmm

    “Figure out” is a phrasal verb and that means “unterstand”. Did you figure the meaning out now? Take care!

    Paulo H. Dos Santos

Thank you Emma

memory96

thank`s you deserve
all the best

man1978

Was “six mistakes” a joke? hehehehe
Perfect lesson! Tnks

adrianogalesso

    I know what you mean… but actually there is no rule for YouTube-video titles. Thus, we could use “6 mistakes.” In an essay, indeed, the rule is applied. Take care!

    Paulo H. Dos Santos

Really outstanding lesson it improved our English!!!!

hesham10

me too i got perfect 10, thank you

jeanz

many thanks but always say I work five – day aweek could explain please

khalidse10

Excellent lesson, Emma! And I got TEN out of TEN! :)

Janilza

Thank you, dear lady ^.^

fab8

    *.*

    Haimmi

You are the best Emma, thanks a lot, I really enjoy your classes! May God Bless you!

crisbass

thanks dear Emma, 10/10 ;)
simple but useful notes…..

Dado

thank you and I got eight.

sorankurdi

thanks Emma its very useful.

tayseer353

Thanks! Very useful as always.

zhenya25

This is confusing for me, but I hope I can remember all the rules! Thank you for the great lesson though!

sweethoney

I Love this program

jorge1963

Thanks, It was very useful i didn’t know those rules before.

msadeq

i deliberately made a mistake. still i got 9/10.thank you so much.you are an efficient teacher.keep it up.

khadeejateacher

    Deliberately? Why?

    engVid

    i guess you were answering with hurry and so the mistake, but then you noticed you did not read the correct answer wich you knew.
    it appened the same to me xD lol
    it was the second question:

    2. I’ve lived here for 1 years.
    Is the sentence written correctly?

    Yes.
    No — we should write ‘one’ instead of ‘1’.
    No — ‘years’ should be ‘year’.
    No — we should write ‘one’ instead of ‘1’, and ‘years’ should be ‘year’.

    as soon as i read the third answer i clicked on it without reading the last one, and also i haven’t thought about the rule of writing single words for numbers.
    Too bad, i got 9 out of 10 even if was awae of the right answer… i should have not understimate my skills and take a second to think lol

    wolverine

      correction
      *i was aware

      wolverine

Thank you.

pafsilipoclub

I’m deeply indebted to u for your this lesson… it really helped me…

unsa

hi hi. i only got 9 out of 10 because i am haisty. Don’t like me! (chuckle)

viet hulk

    haisty => hasty
    (chuckle)

    viet hulk

Hi Emma,
It was a really useful lesson for me.
Thanks

pinoeffe7

could you tell me please what the difference between specifically and speciality

raedadel

Thank You Madam.

Dattatraya

Thank you Emma this is more useful for us.

akbari786

thanks u i’m improving

shantikumar

thanks ^ 2.

RJ

thank

minlue

Great lesson. Thank you.

Blas

it’s very confusing for me

elifdeniz

thanks Emma
you are a good teacher and your accent so amaizing

Haimmi

Thank you very much Emma, very good class ! Best regards from Argentina, javier.

jcresifulli

hi emma,my english is very poor, how to i’ll improve in writting and speaking.

VINAY KUMAR

Thank you so much :D

HoangKhoi

hi everybody
I look for a pen friend for improving my english. if someone want this please contact with me. My mail address is above.
e.m.i.r_@hotmail.com

emireymen

Thanks you .. I honestly understood about writing number

Terry76

You are amazing. Thanks Emma, it helps a lot

demo0

Thanks a lot ! I usually for get ending sound.

baviet82

Can’t stop loving your lessons…I like it so much…Great job ;-)

ramazi77

them to be more specific :-)

ramazi77

I got 9/10 in my first lesson.

cleiton.campos

Thanks a lot

Yara

Emma, why have i seen ‘you got 10 out of 10’ instead of ‘you got ten out of ten’?

henriquefut10

Thank You, Emma! The lesson would be really useful for all those who learn English. However, I don’t think it’s should be in the ‘advanced’ section.

Katya Krasnova

hi dear Emma.i really like the way u tech Eng to others.i’m an English teacher & i really like to improve my self to teach even advanced levels.now i’m upper intermediate teacher.pls help me to prove my skills..tnx

negool

thanks alot EMMA

bahaafakhry

Thanks, Emma

Mizzz

Thank you. Teacher. *^.^*

Ha Donghyun

“125 hamburgers were sold.” Or “One hundred and twenty five hamburgers were sold.” Which one is correct?

kdnguy3n

Great lesson. I got out 100% thanks

trozo

thanks~Emma~

Vera feng

I have a question.
“125 balloons were sold.” and “One hundred and twenty five balloons were sold.”
Which one is correct?
Thank you.

blackbox

Thank you so much Miss Emma, you are a great teacher.

Greetings from Macchu Picchu -Peru

Dorian Garcia

many thanks

nino31

thanks

nguyenchiduc

Really enjoy your website. please keep the good work.
Many thanks!

Ian.Zerra

Thank Emma I have learn a lot from you!^^

Ly Souybouy

This was my first lesson. I liked it. 10 of 10

caloem

thank you!!

Pong

great lesson. thank you!!

lucy chen

10/10 Thanks!

viacheslavkr

I got ten correct out of 10.

edgarrm02

THANK SO MUCH FOR LESSON TODAY I LOOK FORWARD TO OUR NEXT LESSON

agus arman

great lesson i like this site

boko germano

Thanks Emma mem

Ganpat Sherawat

Thank you very much!!!

andreiabeletati

Great teacher and great website!

larysa6165

Today was my first time here and I want to say thank you so much :)

Juditt

Thank Emma! I am fault 100% :(

billbob

Thank, Emma.
You make a wonderful lesson again, very kind of you.

boomslam

Thanks Emma, Very good lesson

amal anas

Thank you very much for the lesson.

Yuri1

May I say : ” I’m a twenty-three-year-old man”

Or that kind of adjetives is only with single numbers?

edgardit

    That’s a really good issue that I didn’t think about after the lesson. I’ll be waiting for the answer too. Although I guess we only can use the write down numbers to single ones.

    sgmmm

thank you very much EMMA

-anoos-

Thank you, Emma , I learant something new!

MartinLeber

Incredible and brilliant lesson, thanks Emma!

sgmmm

Thank you Emma, I don’t know what I don’t know. Now, I know.

Super

Thanks a lot Emma. It’s good for me.

andrew007

thank u very much, now i am very happy because i watched yr video and i am learned useful things, you are really very good teacher.
thank, love u <3

vienthinh15

haha…I get it 10/10!!! Excelent class! Tks a lot Emma!
People, I’m living in Brazil and if you want to improve your English, like me (haha) add me in your Skype, and we talk about everythings in English… Pay attention! This inveted everybody that like the same goal, speak English fluently! Tks!!!
Skype is: cris.sp.brasil

Cristiano Rodrigues

    I got … and we’ll talk … this invited … who have the same goal …. speaking english fluently
    you’re arrogant for nothing
    thank you emma for the lesson it was very useful

    williameddey

      Hi William Eddey!! How are you?
      Sorry, but I think that I didn’t write my thought correctly above.
      I wanted to say that if you want talk in English (only in this language) you can add my Skype. Not for speak Portuguese, Spanish or other language.
      I’m not excelent in English, but I’m trying…:)
      Happy New Year! Bye ;)

      Cristiano Rodrigues

Ops! I got it 10/10…

Cristiano Rodrigues

hi there
that lesson is very easy but i could not understand what i do plz. suggest me by easy way

thank u

Sonu Thakur

Hi, I have a question. If someone asks me how many books do I have, should I say “two hundred” or “two hundreds”? (I know that “two hundred books” is correct, but what about without “books” at the end?)
Thank you

Noleen

Thanks a lot for such great lessons! I didn’t know these two rules about numbers, but from now on I will know it.

korneli

thanks Emma

Rosa3

Very good website thanks all teatchers

abdulrahman.mostafa

i’m very happy of your lesson
it’s very important
thank you teachers

tchayni

nice teaching emma

kishor shinde

Hi Teacher,

Thank you for your lesson.

rampek

Hi, Emma! Thanks!

Edinho

Hi Emma,I’ve 9/10 Thank you

ouadih

ten out of ten!thanks Emma!

nguyendongho

hi my teacher Emma , we want lesson about police and relegion

Amr Amr

Hi, Emma. Thank you again and again. All of your lessons make me more and more confident in English. (10/10 :) certainly, thanks to your lessons).

Alena S

really thank you Emma from Egypt

ahmed tohami gouda

On of the best lessons
I have got 10 :)
Thank you Emma
Alaa
Palestine

Alaa S. Alaraj

    One **
    :D

    Alaa S. Alaraj

Thank you Emma

mukles

Thank you for your Good lesson :)

marim24

I wanted to thank you so much teacher Emma for the you teach. I have learned a lots about writing numbers. And also i wanted to know if after completing this course,students will have a certificate at EngVid. Thanks!

ThonnyF

Thank you ♡

AFNAN-7

Hi Emma, thank you, those are good tips….

Kathy Melendez

I have one mistake! Thank you very much,Emma! You’re the best! :)

ElenaStupakova

Thaks Emma !! It is really helpful.. :)

Ankit Tanna

thanks emma

vinod vins

Thanks Emma , I love your lessons . You are great !

Afshari

Hello Emma,
Great as usual, but I have read ” Numbers from
0 to 9 should spell out, and the others should
be written in numerals.”
Personally,I believe from 0 to twenty, thirty, forty, etc.,should spell out.

Atef

Thank you Emma! You are a great English teacher! I love you!

Leo Silva

L got four out of ten and is my first time

kwasi

I got four out of ten

kwasi

40% very confusing lesson.

Abdul Qayum

thanks, I got 10 of 10 it’s amazing thank you

Crisqm7

10/10. Thanks Emma

proxomchuoi

Thank you, Emma! You make it so easy to understand. Now it’s time for me to practice, thanks again.

Evaldo Mendes

Thanks, Emma

Abdallah Omran

thanks!!!

catwazel

Emma you are my favorite teacher. I love your lessons very much :) Thank you !

Narek90

thank you ema <3

maama

10/10…thank u so much

Nathan Cavalcanti

10 out of ten…. thank you very much

nedaoj

thanks for the lesson!

murtozz

I’m absolutely correct. Thank you, Emma.

Andrew Maliko

I realized that I used to make some mistakes when I pronounced numbers before I watched your video. It’s really helpful. Thanks a lot! Thumb up!

mencinta

100%. Thank you.

amiladilini

i have any common errors, it’s time to try

nguyenthihiep

Thx, Emma, you are perfect teacher,thanks for everything.

storm64

The way you speak is so clear, and it’s very usefull to take your lessons. Thank you

Clara Nathaly Daltrozo

Thank you I love your lesson much

Chutan

awesome!

Sam

She says the word ‘often’ in a very strange way…

Lathovsky

thanks for the lesson.

Rasho

Thanks alot.

Farzanehkazemi

    tnx emma.
    it was great to see you hear farzane…!!1

    Ali Qadri

I got 7/10

NATIQ ALI

I got 7%

NATIQ ALI

I think you are very good pedagogue

alaaturke

I got 100%… Thanks Emma.

Joshisadanandan

5. When we pronounce the number fourteen, we pronounce “teen” louder and longer than “four”.
True.
False — We pronounce “four” longer and louder than “teen”.
False — We pronounce both “four” and “teen” loud and long.
There is an incorrect answer in your test. Teen is stressed so is said longer and louder according Professor Emma. She is correct, isn’t she?

MKJMKJ

thanks.

mary.TA

I didn´t know all of that. Thanks by increase my knowledge.Any day come to Brazil.

julio31

I love your way of teaching.

juanjoyissac

Thank you Emma. it was Very useful lesson.

Azim

Thanks a lot ! I love your pronunciation.

Laura Liu

Thank you Emma , it great lesson

ahmsaj

Miss Emma why you pronuncing letter ( t ) in this word (( often )) ?!!

ahmsaj

THANKS MISS EMMA, I GOT 8 OUT OF 10

SYED ADNAN

thank you ema for this lesson

tasneemmohsen hamoda

i got 9 out of 10

tasneemmohsen hamoda

Hi, Emma! I’ve got a question concerning the first task in the quiz.
I thought it was correct, because ‘2’ is a single noun. Why to write it as ‘2’ then?

I’ve lived here for two years.
Is the sentence correct?
Yes.
No — ‘two’ should be written ‘2’.

cherryteacher

very interesting lesson.Thank you.

doseck

Why “I paid hundreds of dollars for my phone” is correct?

Quia

Great lesson Emma! I got ten out of ten. Very interesting how to write figures. Using numbers if we have more than one word, using letters if there is just one word.
Five thanks or 25 thanks to You.

tiger888

Thank you very much Emma.

mohy tahon

Great lesson,thank you!

Iamhere.

I didn’t concentrate well this time, It’s my bad. I got only 60 %. I undestood my wrong answers. Thanks a lot Emma.

alpido24

what a great lesson, specially for those non natives, wich idiom does not have any difference using the numerals.

Sorry for the broken English!
thanks!

Yan Batista

thanks emma

isaac Luna

thanx emma>

Tareq Sadeq

thanks, good job, very interesting

Bùi Sơn

thanks alot

samia8

very good lesson, i must remember all the rules, thank Emma

moezbesbes

Thank you, Emma, nice lesson~

Julian853

It’s a very useful video for all and thank u very much , Emma.

venkateshjose

HI dear all friends I am new in English but I am very eager to learn it in this Case I need help of your Everyone this is my Skype ID Contact me Jamil.241

Mohammad Jamil

    sure,Mohamad I think i am near to be welcoming you this fantastic language welcome with open hands..

    liiban

cheers emma

AMINE

THANKS Emma very much I consider u best teacher in world like my teacher who taught me half of my knowledge of this language,I did not before as i have understand today this lesson I do not really what would reward you.

liiban

Dear Emma, first of all let me thank you for the wonderful explanation. I have a doubt, when you said nine and thirty as single numbers I got confused, I think they are called single word numbers. Please correct me if I am worng. Thanks again.

ask290407

Thank you a lot emma

hayantaweel

Thank you so much. I got 10/10 :D

T712@

As in every topic excellent work.thank you :)

Abdullah kateb

Thank you very much.i need to know the diffrence between pronunciation of B & p

nanamorsy

Thanks a lot

Arash

very useful!I used to confuse about hyphens and ‘S’ in numbers. thank you, Emma

loudetiankong

I have been writing “There are 7 days in a week.”
Thank you Emma for for your useful lesson.

Yutaka Endo

thanks Emma , Great lessons i like it.

kaduna85

For my first participation, I got only one mistake answer. Thanks a lot Emma. This site is really helpful.

Vely

Very good Emma, I have learned more with you. I got 9 of 10.

cientistanet

good lesson!

mtemza

thanks,interesting.

salina2015

Thanks Emma. I love your lecture.

bskoh

Thanks alot

Naanoo

Thank you❤️. I love ur lesson

Tiffany0727@yahoo.com

thank you very much

Ahmed M Adam

9/10 thank you emma ^_^

Mera

Thank you Emma.

Alexbeaumont

I would like to thanks Emma. Thank you so I really love your teaching. You are great

Basho

10/10, Thanks again Emma for this great lesson, Btw, I have a crush on you. :D

3mperat0r

Hi Emma, can you use more examples.

Domingo123

With reference to the e.g. sentence at 10:45. Please correct me if I am wrong. The sentence should’ve been “Five cats lives at the shelter” . I mean, it should be lives not live.  Am I right?
 I mean, the auxiliary verb does should be used with Five cats being the subject. So, I said, Five cats lives here at the shelter.

RPTURUP

Thanks Emma, very good lesson, i got 9 out of 10

Regards

Carlitos Cuambe

Thanks Emma. It’s a very useful lesson.

HungTran

many thanks emma!

luoyong6

Thank you! Very good lesson!

SashaYellow

Really Emma ?!!!
This is an advance lesson???!!!
I believe this lesson is under begineer !
I Preciate your efforts and I’ve learned so much from you and other great tutors on this site.
I’ve watched about 450 videos of this site from a few month ago till now, but I expected more improvement for understanding movies.
All I’m saying is I wish you and other great teachers worked more in real life English, Not grammar or IELTS.
Personally I don’t believe in grammar unless you are great in speaking and listening.
As a matter of fact English speaking kids can speak and understand more than all of us.

Mohsen Barati

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Mohsen Barati

Really Emma ?!!!
This is an advance lesson???!!!
I believe this lesson is under begineer !
I Preciate your efforts and I’ve learned so much from you and other great tutors on this site.
I’ve watched about 450 videos of this site from a few month ago till now, but I expected more improvement for understanding movies.
All I’m saying is I wish you and other great teachers worked more in real life English, Not grammar or IELTS.
Personally I don’t believe in grammar unless you are great in speaking and listening.
As a matter of fact native English speaking kids can speak and understand more than all of us !
Even an uneducated English person can do that.
If you want to speak English fluently you should not begin with any grammar lesson cuz it makes you to think when you wanna say a sentence and it’s against of fluency !
The words should come out easily without any thinking like your native language.
I hope I was clear enough.
Last but not least I really hope you teach us more speaking and listening instead of grammar.
Thanks for your efforts.
I really preciate what all of you doing here.
I like you all and wish you the best.
Thanks.

Mohsen Barati

Thanks Emma!

Vivimi

Hi Emma, Thanks for the lesson I got 10 out of 10. Because of your comprehensive and beneficial lesson, I have not more confidence in writing numbers in a sentence than ever before.

sunhoek

thanks

chw0970

I have seen him one year ago.

IKrasn

I got nine out of ten.
Thanks Emma!

Brahim58

hi!
as usual,very useful as lesson.
Regards!

Brahim58

I have a 23-year-old son. And I am 59 years old. Thank you Emma. :D

Tammyjang1

Thats important ,thanks Emma .

SEZIFUS

Emma please how i can be in contact with you ? I just wanna know about the real way to save , memories many words , many times i was sure i had been save some words , when I try to remember I i find thats i forgot!!!

SEZIFUS

I just get 8 of 10. i keep on trying.

paulpayong

Thanks

grkncl

Thanks a lot ! Very very interesting !

Soei

Thanks, Emma. Good lesson. I got 100.

nickandr

It´s a vey good lesson about commom numbers mistake. And I have learned your lessons. Thanks.

zar1235

It is real easy make the mistakes and confuse with numbers when we speaking and writing.
It is more clear now.
Thanks Emma.

ematsao

Thank you! Emma, I`m English ability is improved by this lecture, because I can use common number correctly. Thank you, God bless you!

Alfred.Mike

I’ve got 8 out of 10. By the way I had trouble to listen the letter ‘s’ in your pronunciation. I listened better the ‘t’ and ‘d’ pronunciation in your speaking.

Gustavo Perez Criollo

i am very happy about your lecture Emma thanks

aneeb

9/10. Thank you .very much Emma

ann ann

thanks emma…

Ramiro Pena

Thank you Emma

Tyrion

You got 9 correct out of 10.

tyhank you

KARTAL

Thanks Emma for this very relevant topic.

alfredo casanova

Thanks Emma for this very relevant topic

AHMED BAHGAT

fantastic!

terry23

I got 10 correct out of 10, thank you Emma.

Jun Shao

Thanks Emma.

Alex-1956

Thanks Emma! I’ve learned a lot.

Englover94

Thanks Emma.
Which one is correct: The 25-year-old man or the twenty-five-year-old man?
Thanks a lot.

Tapicero

Dear Emma,

so many thanks for your clear and neat speaking and teaching. you are a professional teacher. as a matter of fact I’d have problem in this regards but now it is clear to me.

F.Astani

Emma,you are born for teaching.Thank you very much.

ANSTASIOS

ihave lernt something new

ELISHA J.MBATA

another level

ELISHA J.MBATA

Thanks for enlighten me.I have learnt something new.

Gwoode

Thank you very much Mrs. Emma.

Alex-1956

Thanks, it was very beneficial
I got 10/10

atanito

Pretty good..

Shiyaspb2

Tks Emma!!

edi wilson

Thanks!

charlesholanda

thanks agan awesome.lesson.

markjovilee

Thanks Emma

paviglesias

10/10! Got a good sleep last night, I come back today. I’ve watched 109 Emma’s videos, and learned thousands of words. My English is more better day after day.

Jerry Gu

A wonderful class for updating my knowledge! Actually,I have never noticed a numeral single number cannot be placed in front of a Nouns, then I have realized it is the same reason for obeying the rule in computer programming :when we name sth or declare a variable name,we don’t use a numeral at the beginning of it …Thank you so much

AWOL

Thanks teacher for this great lesson. I did a website to convert any number into a word. I hope it would be useful

numbertoword.net

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