Climate change is a problem that affects all nations. We must all take responsibility and make adjustments to our lifestyles, such as driving smaller cars, wasting less food, and recycling everything we can. Furthermore, we must educate our children about the dangers of climate change so that they can help find solutions in the future.
The next paragraph discusses ways in which climate change negatively affects individuals and businesses. The above paragraph uses
already. Is it correct to begin the next paragraph with
. I admire your work . Keep up the excellent work you guys are doing! Congrats
It’s the first time I leave a message and it is to Adam. The only way I could get into it was this way. I am teacher in Brazil and my students and I have been watching the engvid vídeos a lot. The ones I have already presented to them were Ronnie, Adam and also REbecca – we haven’t checked the other teacher yet, but there will be a time to do so. I really would like to have a bigger space to write or to change ideas, suggestions, etc. Is this the only way?
hi Adam, thanks a lot about this video. i am practicing for apply ielts exam..Can you give more lessons about IELTS. your voice and your skill teaching is so great!! they really help me
hello, this videos are very usefull, thanks for your support!
pleas,can you make videos about SAT
(writing and Reading setion……..)
Thanks a lot!!!
Adam, I noticed that you used twice the form: not only… but also
It is correct in the way you used it???
I’m pretty sure I did use the expression correctly. Not sure what you’re asking, to be honest. Can you make it more specific?
Not only does subject(1) do A, but subject(1 or other) also does B.–Subject does two things, or two subjects do one thing. But different contexts will explain the use better.
Let me know if this helps?
Thank you kindly!
Do you want to practice english???
I do!!!! Let’s practice on facebook or skype!!!
This is my first time too. I love to learn english here. Engvid, thank you very much for those rich lessons. All teachers here are splendid.
I’d like to practice with you but don’t know your skype. Mine is inga_kogan. Search me.
Could you practice with me? Luisfer900530 Skype
Thsnks a lot!!!!!
Thanks a lot :-)
Thanks for your lesson.
Thanks I got 80 marks
Thanks, nice lesson!
In one of the questions I found the sentence “…and that they be similar in topic”.
Which tense is this?
This is the subjunctive voice:
It is important (that) he arrive on time.
The doctor recommended (that) I be hospitalized.
It is a specific structure. Look for it in your grammar book. if you want to know more, you can also check out Alex’s lesson on this site.
It is important that he arrive on time or he arrives on time?. You are a great English teacher.
How about the first part of the sentence: “It is very important that there are two ideas linked by ‘in addition (to)’, ‘moreover’, and ‘furthermore’, and that they be similar in topic.” ?
Why isn’t it in the subjunctive voice?
Clear as a bell! Thank you!
100…….. Thanks a lot
very interesting and useful as well. thanks a lot, Adam! :)
:) So Helpful
Hi Hillary. This video helped me a lot too.
I would love to pratice english with you by skipe. What do you think about it. Please let me know. email@example.com
Hey Friends, Do you wana practice online..We can do practice on Google hangouts..Please add me in your friend list as Manas Rathaur whoever is interested for group debate..
we can make online conversation club :)
hello there, i need a English speaker for practicing English please help me . my ielts exam is right in a corner ..please help me
It is a very effectual lesson, moreover provide us to understand a little more about transitions.
Thanks a lot.
GREAT LESSON! THANKS A LOT SIR!
Question 9 – I thought that is no connection between the first and the second paragraph, because in the first paragraph the last two phrases are about what we must to do(take responsibility, educate our children). But probably the connection is with the first proposition – climate change affects all nations (The second paragraph – moreover affects individuals and businesses)
Excellent point you make here. And you are right; I would reintroduce the main topic to begin the second paragraph and add another perspective. This way I am still adding ideas, but reminding the reader of what this essay is about, climate change. If I wanted to add to things we should do, but focus on one idea, I would probably use ” a third action we can take,…” “another thing we can do is…”
Good stuff :)
I have enjoyed this lesson. Thanks Adam !
Excellent explained. I wish I had had such a teacher when I was young. Do you workout the quiz by yourself?
Thank you, and yes, I do write the quizzes myself. that’s why I appreciate these commnents.
Thank you Adam.
It’s very helpful lesson. Thanks Adam so much!
Hello dear prof.
Always everything’s okay with u.
Tnx 4 being our teacher,
9 out of ten.
Additionally,U made the day wonderfully!
Wish u luck;
Excellent lesson, made with a very clear and understandable English.
Thanks a lot . I’ll be following you..
It´s very instructive. Furthermore, I think I am improving my English by watching your videos.
Definitely, definitely a very useful lesson. Thank you!
Thanks a lot Mr Adam
May you please explain for me why you wrote ” to transition”on the board? I was excepting a verb after the preposition to , otherwise you put a noun. It sounds a bit weird for me. Thank you for you help.
You reminded me a question. I learned once (for two weeks) Spanish, but from English book, and there was written something about “what” and “why”. I don’t remember what that exactly was, but I try to give two examples:
“What is this used for?” vs “Why is this used for?”
Can we substitute “what” with “why” or vice versa? Maybe this example isn’t adequate, but I have that feeling there is something else I should know about this.
You can ask “what is this used for?” and “why is this used?” (no for in the second). These are actually two different questions. The first asks the purpose of something (i.e. to what end), and the second asks the reason for it. Two different this, but quite commonly used interchangeably.
There are many nouns in English that don’t have a verb form but can be used as a verb. I explained to transition means to bridge. Bridge is also a noun that can be used as a verb. What might seem weird to you is ‘-ion’ ending. That is a bit rare to see, but it happens. Here are a few words that are the same as verb and noun. Hope it helps.
audition, caption, condition, fashion, mention, etc.
I was expecting*
Thank you Adam , very useful lesson . I got 9 correct of 10 .
thank you to all engvid teacher’s who teach me freely from the distance,you enable me to save million’s rupiah.It would be really expensive for average guy like me if i go to the english course guided by native speaker,thank you….viva engvid……..
Thanks Adam! Very useful…
I thought I hadn’t understood the lesson well, but I got 10 corret on the quiz! Thanks Adam!
It is a helpful lesson. I do hope we can express ourselves in a better way. =) skype: renan.fernandes
Hi, please help me with pronunciation: “focus”.
FO sounds like toe, Joe, low, snow,…
the ‘u’ in CUS sounds like ‘i’ in fist, list. But it’s a pretty short sound so it sounds like ‘kiss’ but said quickly.
Hope that helps
Very interesting. Thanks!!
Many thanks Adam for this lesson. I hope to watch more about common mistakes that ELS students make.
Many thanks, bro.
100:) Thanks Adam!
Could you make a lesson about expression “… as well”? English native speakers often use it at the end of the sentence. Sometimes it is hard to understand.
My name is Peter.
as well means too, or also. We can use it at the end of a sentence just like too or also. “I want to go too= I want to go as well.” Even when you see it after a comma , as well., it works in the same way.
Does that help?
oh~~~ I see.
I have often confused as well and also.
Hello from London & thank you.
I am very confuse in preposition and conjuncton as well.
It is my humble request to Mr. Alex. Please teach me. How to use preposition and conjuction as well.
This is first time to me…But i’ve enjoyed and learned..thanks adam…
What did you mean by “…to do so”?
I looked it up on Cambridge dictionary but I didn’t get the real meaning.
The confusion might be with the word ‘so’ at the end. Look at this example:
I want to learn to play the guitar. But to do so would require more time than I have available.
so in this sentence is used to point to something that was just mentioned before. To do so means to do what was just mentioned before. In this case, to do so = to learn to play guitar.
Does that help?
good lesson, pretty useful thanks a lot…
I got 100!!
Thank you for the lesson!
This lesson difficult for me
thank you very much , really i need this lesson
Hello again, I have three questions:
1. How to use “in addition to”? For instance how to rewrite the example from the vid:
“His laziness caused the company to perform badly last quarter. Moreover, his attitude toward the board has put his job in jeopardy.”
We can say: “In addition, his attitude toward the board has put his job in jeopardy.”
But when we want to use “in addition to”, we have to refer to “his laziness”, right? So, it would be:
“In addition to his laziness, his attitude toward the board has put his job in jeopardy.” — is that correct? (I think I just get it, but I write it anyway.) :)
2. “Which” and “which one” — For example: “Which one of them is better?” and “Which of them is better?” Do they mean the same, and can we omit “one”?
3. “play in games” or “play games” — I’m not sure how to use “play” properly in this case. If I want to ask my friend: “Do you want to play…” should I use “games” or “in games”, or “Do you want to play…” “this” or “in this”.
1. Yes, you are correct. If you add the ‘to’ you must refer back, because that is what the ‘to’ is doing, it is referring.
2. They basically mean the same. You can omit the ‘one’ though usually when we have only 2 things, we add the ‘one’ to specify, “which one is better?”
3. Usually we’d use play games. But… Michael Jordan played in some of the best games in NBA history. In this case we talk about actual competitions, (usually pro sports.) play a game, the game itself. Play in a game, the sporting action. Hope that makes sense.
So, basically “play in” means participation in an event? I mean “I play hockey”, but “I’ll play in a hockey tournament that will be held in my town next month.”, right?
Awesome explanation, it was easy to understand, thanks.
So important to know it
Thank you very much Mr, Adam. I really appreciated!.
It was useful and practical lesson.
شكراً = Thanks by Arabic :)
It’s always a pleasure to watch these useful videos. However, I’ve got a question. Sometime I see the construction ‘there is’ with ‘too many’ eg. ‘There’s too many cars on the road.’ Is it right?
No, grammatically it is not correct. However, it is quite common to hear it. You probably won’t see it written as much though. The reason many people say it though is that it is easier to say there’s than there’re.
Hope that helps
I want to ask you a question. A very common question for job is “why do you want to work for this company?” and “What is your motivation?”
Could you kindly tell me what is the best answer for the same.
Bless you dear.
These answers would take to much space here, but to answer the first one well, make sure you research the company well and highlight their best features in your answer. They want to see that you know who they are and are genuinely interested rather than just be looking for a job. they also want to see that you came prepared. For the second, be honest. Say that you hungry for success and your dreams motivate you.
Hope that helps.
Hi, Adam. I’ve just watched Emma’s “Writing in English – Comma Splices” video, and I think there is small error in the sentence “So the internet…”. Comma before “it also makes” should be replaced by period or semicolon. Shouldn’t it?
I looked at the quiz and video but didn’t see that sentence. Where is it?
Hi. I’m sorry for confusion. Sentence, that I mean exists in your video. It appears about 6:13. There is: “So the internet not only helps people connect to friends and family anywhere in the world, it also makes it cheap to do so”. According to Emma’s lecture it should be:
1) “So the internet not only helps people connect to friends and family anywhere in the world. It also makes it cheap to do so”.
2) “So the internet not only helps people connect to friends and family anywhere in the world; it also makes it cheap to do so”.
Adam, hello again, I have two examples to discuss. Lately I watched some episodes of “Friends”, and there were many questions like these below:
What did you just do?
What the hell did you do?
The questions were said immediately after a situation occurred. Why is there simple past and not present perfect? I remember the scene from “Star Wars”, the moment when Mace Windu was killed by Anakin Skywalker, and after this, the killer said: “What have I done?” What is the difference between those three questions?
Technically, it should be the pres perf, but again, in everyday English, people let this stuff go. More importantly, did you notice the tone these questions were asked in? That’s where the meaning comes from I’m guessing.
Let me know
Yes, I noticed that. I mean, when Anakin Skywalker killed Mace Windu, he said “What have I done?” as, I think, he really regretted what he did. And also the deed has bad consequences. I can think about some RPG games in one of which some people freed those bloodthirsty creatures, I mean dragons :), and now the beasts will destroy all the world. They also could say “What have we done?”
Maybe I’m wrong, but I think that “What have I/you/we done?” is often said when something bad happens. In the RPG example, no one actually needs/wants to know why the dragons fly at the sky (maybe they already know this). But they surely know what that means. :)
When someone says “What the hell did you do?”, I think he wants to know what actually happened. I don’t know, but it’s the only one thing that comes to mind. :)
You’re right, but it’s also clear that the person asking the question knows you’ve done something bad. It’s more for emphasis.
Please don’t hold it against me, but I’ve actually never seen Star Wars :(
Don’t worry. I’m not so big fan of Star Wars, I mean, I saw it once or twice, that’s all, and I remembered the scene. :)
Thank you very much indeed.
you are real man Adam!
Thank you so much Mr Adam. Please can you help me? Can you explain how I can use those complex connectives but can you explain in a simpler form please? Thank you :)
I can make a lesson about it. Do you mean conjunctions like and, but… or clause markers like though, if, …?
Both pleaassee ;;)
Could you make another video but with fancy words
such as albeit, having said that, and so on.
Well thanks for the video, though.
I’ll get to those as well. :)
Mr Adam how we can use ” thus” plz help me
Yes, it’s on its way. :)
thank you so much my teacher Adam. that lesson really helpful thank you very much
thank you for this
hank you so much my teacher
thanks teacher adam . I have idea why engvid dont have examples of exams of IELETS specially for listening and speaking even with cost of dollars?
These lessons are on their way. :)
Hi Adam. Thank you a lot.
I realy needed this stuff. take care.
Hi Adam, thanks a lot for you lesson!
I have one question with quiz 9. I can’t understand what does “stylistically not attractive” mean.
Thanks in advance for your answering!
It means that it might be grammatically correct, but in terms of style (aesthetics) it doesn’t really work well.
Hope that helps.
So does it mean that we don’t use this word that way? Just because of habit of use?
Thank you Adam.
It help me a lot!
It helped me a lot.
It’s very good teaching method,
I’m start to learn English with your lessons.
Thanks for all
Thanks Adam. I have more transition words to share with everybody here: Besides this/that, Not only…but also. :)
I have been learning and exercising English more than 20 years, No one as teachfull as you.
Thanks for all
Thank you, Adam. You are a wonderful teacher, make easier to understand the lessons. I really appreciate your work.
very nice, this lesson really helpful. Thanks Adam :)
Thank you a lot!
Thank you Adam, you are always convincing.
could you please tell us how to extract the all components of the reading section in the TOEFL exam, like the main idea, the text is mainly about, what can be infered from the text … etc
hi,Adam,how are you?.I really like your explanation of english..i need your advice so how can i improve my vocabulary by memorizing..when i watch TV or any entertainment i don’t understand lots of words then immediately i am going down to depressive situation..
hello Mr Adamm thanks for this good lesson. but i have a request if you don`t mind, please can you help me to understand what`s the difference between:
another and an other
i am really confused with them
Hello, Adam! Many thanks for such a helpful lesson! However, I wonder whether it is correct to write internet or Internet. Could you make it clear please?
Hello, Teacher Adam! Thank you so much for these helpful lessons :) Here’s a question that I wanna ask you. Is the word “besides” also a transition word and does it also have the same meaning as “in addition,” “furthermore” and “moreover?” Thanks!
Got 100 :D
Hi , what means ” get your house in order” and how I can use this propery in my letter
thank you so much for your efforts . i need videos more for IELTS preparation and test simulation or test trails.
any body here can help ?
Thanks Adam, a very good lesson.
The 3rd question of the test is very useful so as to understand the correct use of these transitions. What about the correct word to use in that phrase instead of ‘furthermore’? Could ‘too’ at the end of the sentence be correct? (Facebook has a lot of fun games too).Cheers
9/10 in the test , Thanks Adam.
9/10 ..thnks aloo0o0t
hello there, i need a English speaker for practicing English please help me . my ielts exam is right in a corner ..please help me
thank you a lot i got 80 =)
HAHAH I DID THE TEST AGAIN AFTER A WHILE AGO AND I GOT 100 YAYYYY
thank you Mr Adam…. I got 9\10
Very interesting lesson.Thanks
nice lesson “thanks”
Thank you 4 all M.Adam! May God bless you…
Thank you Adam =) That’s really helpful, but what about “beside” can we use it ?
Thanks for these “clues”
8/10 i’m disappointment,,,,But many thanks…
I got 10 correct out of 10.=)))))))), so happy!
Adam: Looking forwad to reading your novel :)
Hello Adam, i want to thank you for your classes, ‘cuz they are so helpfull to me now that i’m getting prepare for my ECCE test.
Especcially i must used them in letters and/or essays in 30 minutes.that’s awful! but i must keep practicing to pass the exam.. if you could help me more with these theme, i’d be thankful with you for it :) thank you. God bless ya.
the best tip of the lesson was “if you stock jus pull it out your pocket”, that was just great and handy at the same time
Thank you for the great lecture!
Is is correct that the different ideas in one paragraph must be related Adam ?
Thanks a lot for all your help.
adam, im crazy about ur site. it works.
This topic and quiz still seems to be hard for me. I was very confused. But luckily, I got 7 correct out of 10. Thank you, Adam ;) I never give up :)
Adam, is the internet isnt capital letter “the Internet” ?
I find this lesson very useful, as well as many others I have seen in your channel. Could you give me any advice on how to distinguish an essay from another formats of text? Thank you very much!
A big hug from Mexico
The best teacher
great lesson, great teacher
Good one again, Adam, keep up, much appreciated. Cheers
Tks a lots. You’re so good, Adam. It’s useful.
Hi Adam! Is it towardS or toward the board … ?
and now i am on cloud nine although i got 10 out 0f 10
Thank you so much Adam! It was a great lesson! I got 9/10 :)
I didn’t understand questions’answer of 6 and9.
Can we use ”another reason” after furthermore?
Furthermore, another reason….???
Thank you adam this is a big help for us.God Bless
I really needed to learn a little bit more about these transitions, and now I got it. Thank you, it was too much helpful and easy as ever.
9/10 thank teacher!
All the videos are helping me improving my English though I find your website lately.
I got 8/10
so it was difficult to use one of your choices in the last quiz
why you have told us that we can chose any of them why ? especially moreover not furthermore
I got 8/10
so it was difficult to use one of your choices in the last quiz
why you have told us that we can chose any of them especially ? moreover not furthermore
Thank you very much, Adam! Your lessons are very very helpful
Thanks, Adam I was looking for this topic long time.
I’m very grateful with you all the teachers.
Thanks a lot. It was very useful and I got 10/10 in the quiz
Thanks Sir Adam, first lesson of you in which I got 90%.
Great lesson :) thank you Adam
Hi Teacher ADAM,
Something i haven’t understood in the question 5;
you used a noun (transition) in the role of verb (to transition) in the sentence. It suppose to be “how to transit”. I will be grateful if you explain it. Thanks in advance.
really I enjoyed for this benefit lesson because I didn’t know how and when I can use this transition
I always watching your lesson video and I subscribed cause your way of teach amazing so thank you teacher Adam so much
am preparing for IELTS exam wish me luck
i really enjoyed this lesson….perfect…thank you very much..i got 9/10…morepower to you Adam….
Very helpful , Thank you very much .. <3'
very useful with me ^^ tks
Thank you a lot!!! You are a GREAT teacher and you’re helping me a lot to raise my score in the TOEFL IBT…
thank you Adam we need more practice like this .I have only 7.
sory, I have got only 7.
thanks a lot!!! this is what i want to know!!!
You have a nice way of teaching, thanks a lot
You are the best teacher for me Adam. I love the way you speak. You’re so nice and make the lesson easy to understand. Thank you.
Hello Adam,I am getting to the root of TOEFL.I have got 8.
Hope this finds you well. I am going to take the IBT TOEFL in the next saturday. Can you please give me quick tips that may help me in the writing section?! beause I am not good in writing
Thanks in advance
Hy ADAM SIR,
You are doing great job,it helped me alot.
I request you to please give some tips for essay`s body and conclusion.
I am waiting for your response…
Love from Pakistan.. :)
Is it ok to use transitions when writing a letter for instance a Business letter?
oh thanks Adam but it’s difficult
Its very good teaching method for ” writing Transitions”. In QUIZ I got 80 out of 100%. Much appreciated. Regards,
very good lesson very helpful good job adam tommorrow my ielts test please everybody pray for my success
i got 81 in my toefl. However, my university needs 21 in writing and i get 19… DO you know if i can aply for another university???
Also y will take the TOEFL again and i want to improve it
Thanks a lot!
Many thanks! 8 out of 10
Your teaching is fascinating. Moreover, your quizzes are fun to work on! (Am I right with my transition :P ?)
Adam, thank you so much for all the lessons!!! I discovered the page and you, last afternoon. I have my exam next week and I have a little bit clear how to do an essay. Really, thank you so much!! Your explanations make the thinks easier. (Sorry if there are mistakes…)
Are you going to present the IELTS?? Do you mind to tell us a little about it when you do so?? Did you take any course?? Thanks and of course, GOOD LUCK!! :)
Thanks you Adam,
It improve my writing skill.
hello, I’m just new here. I’m happy to found this website. It’s really helpful to people like me who’s practicing or preparing for IELTS. :)
thanxx that really help a lot atleast now i know how to use transitions for my IGCSE exam !! :)
Thanks. This lesson was very helpful.
thank you, I love your lessons :)
I like this class . Thank you .
you guys do a really great job!
Really great job. Very helpful for me. thanks a lot.
Let’s say not bad this time , got 80 %. Thanks Adam, this lesson was helpfull moreover with your grammar.
Hi Adam, there are problems in academic writing that most postgrad students always face such as difficulties in using ‘arguably’, ‘admitedly’ etc. Are you able to make more lectures about these words. Thank you.
Thanks keep on
Thanks Adam, your explanation is very clear and useful! Thank you so much, I’m sure it will help me with my Toefl test!
Thank you Adam… You are the best!
Is it fine if you can use the same transition in the same paragraph?
For example: IN ADDITION to being a good person, she is one of the kind, supportive mother……. IN ADDITION, I described her as being a wonderful mom.
I understand the transition words but I’m having a difficulties on how to use them well.
thank you Adam and I`m grateful for your effort
I’ve got a question; I was looking it up, but I didn’t have succes.
What does “to toward the board” means?
Thank you in advance
it is really useful
Hello! Adam, how are you? Excellent job! I learned a lot. Thank you so much!!
I am very happy about the question bank which you have prepared that is really helpful to understand the lesson well. Thank you
The easiest way to understand is to look same meaning transition word in ur country language
Thanks Mr.Adam .
but i confused about no.6
Furthermore +another , how both are used with each other?
thank you Adam
One more great lesson Adam. Thanks a ton.
Thank you for the lesson. It is quite interesting and helpful
This lesson is really complicated. However I actually like to learn about it more. :D
hi Adam.this lesson is very interesting but it seems to so difficult!!!
Amazing! Tomorrow I have exam from these and it really helped me a lot
Thanks very helpful!
I really appreciated this lesson! In my opinion, all of you engvid teachers have been helping us a lot.
Hi Adam! Is it okay to use the word “another” right after “furthermore,” ?
thanks so much Adam
please i want an advice to help me in my statement of purpose for a master degree, i don’t know how i start!!
Thank you so much Adamım :)
Wow, I got 9 out of ten. Thanks Adam.
Thank you for lesson, Adam!
yeah that’s a good lesson and usefull. but mr Adam i’ve some problems with Whoever – Whatever – Whenever I don’t know the diffrence bitween them. i need more explication thanks a lot
It was a nice lesson to learn. I have a query regarding these transition when we use these transitions in clauses and punctuation. I have read that semicolon is used before these transitions followed by a comma but when we use comma before these transitions.
kindly plz reply me about this. Thank you
which one is better for IELTS writing, to use first, second,… or to use these transitions in first of paragraphs?
I really appreciate for this wonderful video that you have fabricated, It was few days ago I struggled with these liking words, but now I got a clear idea how to use them.
once again thank you Mr Adam.
I going to take in Cantest exam within a month .my question is ….writing area of Cantest and IELTS is similar or different …i mean all its parts ..from heading to conclusion …i dont know which test to choose Cantest or IELTS
could “besides” be added to this bunch ?
thx in advance
I really love your lessons!!! It’s understood absolutely everything and I took a lot of information from it. And I’d like to mention that sometimes you put some phrases from lessons into quizes, the explanations that you provide.
You are amazing teacher !
Why can’t I watch the video?
Adam! Your tests are the hardest ones! although I think they’re the funniest ones! Thanks a lot for the class.
Ps: Ronnie, don’t be jealous, please! You are a teacher as fantastic as Adam! Ahahahaha
Can you please provide a list of transitional words when ideas are same and ideas are different.
Thanks a lot, Adam!
Many thanks, Adam!!
Hi Adam, I don’t really understand the answer of question No. 9. Would you please explain it more for me? Thanks
The above paragraph uses ‘furthermore’ already. Is …it correct to begin the next paragraph with ‘furthermore’?The answer is
Yes, but it is not recommended because it is stylistically not attractive. Why? Because you have used furthermore in the last paragraph, begin with furthermore again is a redundancy, is possible but preferably use another transition like moreover or in addition to…
I got 7 out of 10, Trying to get 10 of 10
I got 8 out of 10
very useful and important lesson
this is the first time that I know moreover and furthermore couldn’t be two words
great lesson Thanks you always have great lesson
Thank you Adam
THANK U VRY MUCH
Thanks a lot !!! Best regards from Colombia !!!
Many thanks it was really helpful !!!
Hello. Thanks for the lesson. Could I ask a question?
If we want to go from one idea to another but not connected with the first one what connection word or phrase can we use?
“Social networks are great for business because they allow you to connect to many people.”
“Social networks have a lot of fun games…..”
Your lessons are very useful and well explained…..thanks for being such great teacher. Do you have any indication of what books or what material to use for practising for IELTS test????
Thanks Adam. You’re very clearly in your lessons!!!!
Greetings from Mexico!!!
Guys, you are the best!
Hi, Adam. Could you please make a video explaining the difference between avenge and revenge, reserve and preserve, audience and viewers and spectators,…As a non-native English speaker, I am confused with these and don’t know which word to use in a specific situation. Thanks in advance. Looking forward to watching new lesson videos from you.
I have a question on the concept of connected ideas. What do you mean by saying that? I feel more confused. When I used to write my essays, for the second and third arguments, I used these transition words you mentioned. For example, if the topic is the benefits of the social media. I will have 3 arguments. One is that it makes us make more foreign friends. Another one is that it provides a cheaper way for us to communicate with our families and friends. Third one will be it keep us updated about what happens around you every day. Are these are three connected arguments? Before, I just used moreover and furthermore at the start of the second and third arguments paragraphs. Thanks.
Thank you so much, I really appreciate your hard work.
I had 7correct answer but my score was 60. (6/10). WHY !!????
I got 9 out of 10. thanks Adam for your great lesson, waitting more
Thanks a lot Adam
Alhamdulillah, I got 10 out of 10
I focused well during the lesson furthermore I tried to write down the tips.
finally I passed the quiz
Thanks a bunch Adam :)
Well, well, well! 9/10. Thanks Adam!
… BUT, when you speak, do you use the same words? How do they sound, too formal? Thanks again, Adam
Hello Adam I have question.
I’m preparing ielts I’m good with listening and speaking.But I have problem with writing every day I read various topics try to memorize some part of topics.but when come to write topic my own idea I don’t know what should I write I stuck my mind stops.Please give me piece of advice.
Thank you for beforehand.
Sincerely Rakhmonov Davron
I got 10/10!I thank you a lot Adam!
Sorry. But I do not fully comprehend this lesson Adam.
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I have a question need your help. I chose ” Furthermore” for the following question, but I was wrong, the correct answer is ” in addition to” .
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Thank you Adam . I watch your videos in sina microblog! I find your suggestions are very useful for my IELTS !
I love your lessons Adam, I do love them. In addition to the video, I was reading that there are a lot of transitions (to add, to compare, to prove, to show time, to show sequence, to conclude, even to give an example) evidently this video explains just a part of a big world of writing transitions options.
it was really helpfu
Thanks Adam, you’re the best.
I LOVE the way you teach, keep on like this!
sir adam i saw you video about charts , you said that we hav not write a conclusion on charts or diagram writing section , but when i saw other video your friend emma said that we have to write a conclusion ,, please tell me when should i write conclusion task one or two on the ielts
thanks million teacher
Thanks for making this lesson. It is very helpful.
hllo Sir this very pretty lesion and your way of teaching is very attractive.thanks
Sir please give us a detailed lesion on this topic mean discourse word,that we can use in an essay.
sir i am appearing in competitive exam and i have to write 3000 word essay. Sir could you help me for writing such type of essay.
Thank you Adam, you are great teacher!
Hi Adam. I am writing yo to thank you for helping me learn transitions easily
Hi adam, I don’t know when to use ”by” before ”ing” verb.
”Transitions connect two ideas by showing…”
I have got 6 out of 10
I am taking the ACT Test very soon, and I need to know the different kinds of tenses. Could you please help me out?
Your video on transitions was very helpful, so it helped me pass my test. It was very informative and detailed. Thank you so much.
Thanks Adam ,very nice and helpful lesson ,in addition I will try hard to use them today
Hey Adam I really like your videos!! I think I´ve learned a lot with you!! I just only have one question. How about besides???
Sorry Adam!! my bad in the previous comment!!
I JUST HAVE …
yeah, thanks for teaching us of using of moreover, in addition to, another, furthermore ..
Oh my Gad! I got a low grade :(… Can you help me with more exercise? please.
Wow! I got 100. Adam, it’s nice lesson and thanks a lot :)
Thanks a million for your indescribable efforts, Mr. Adam. :)
thanks a lot
such a brilliant explanation, isn’t it? Is very clear and easy to understand. Congratulations to all the teachers staff! Thank u one more time.
Wow i got 100%, so far u r the best teacher Adam love ur lessons ^^
Thanks you! Ive got 100 and you explained it easily…
Pretty good teacher!
Hello Adam. You are one of the best teachers and I really enjoy learning English by your videos. I have a question for you.
I am preparing for the IELTS. And it might be difficult for me to take higher mark because It’s my first time to take exam to the IELTS. And I need some help.What kind of important things should I focus on in order to take higher mark. It’s essential to me to take about 6,5 or 7 band. I hope your advise can be helpfull for me. I will wait your answer. Thank you in advance.
By the way my exam is going to be in May.I have only four months to prepare.
Your advise is very important to me.
Can we use both furthermore and another in one sentence? (question 6)
when we can use also , is it the same use ??
lov it. namaskar to you sir
in 5th question you already used furthermroe transition word. Isn’t it incorrect to use ”another reason” after furthermore? It is something which sounds repetitious and unnecessary.
I’m having Aptis test by the end of April , and I’m still so afraid of the speaking part !How can I speak confidently!
2-There is a part on the writing skill asks to write an email about a given topic in formal and informal way , would you please support me with more examples!
Can these transition words be used in a CV?
hi is there any body can help me on writing ,or introduce me some website to correct my writing ,
Hello Mary, You can visit “www.writetotop.com” and also “www.goodluckielts.com” hope you will find better stuff there too.
Thank You so much! You are very helpuf, keep doing these amazing videos!
Thank you Mr. Adam, please tell me the difference between id addition and in addition to and how to use each of them?
Thank you Adam so much. I love u
Professor Adam: I have watched all your videos with great interest. Your lessons are clear, I learn a lot through them. You are the best teacher, congratulations, Greetings from Mexico!
sir plz uplaod a video on “as well as”
Thank you Adam
thanks adam and other teachers , i am relay proud to join engvid
9/10 , Not Bad
Thank you Adam
Your videos make me comfort to learn English. Thank you so much. See you.
I was totally lost in that test!Between you Adam and Ben I don’t know who is the most difficult with the test!If I am getting 60’s or 70’s in the test that means I don’t know the material.
Thank you very much Mr.Adam.Your videos helped me to understand different types of transitions.
this is great !!
quiz link has not been added with the video.
Thank you Adam
Firstly, thank you Adam, secondly, I’ve got 10 correct out of 10. Yeah, I did it.
Thank you Adam
Thanks a lot Adam
Thank you’re so understandable
can you please make a video on important synonyms needed for preparation in IELTS
very helpful and useful.. Thank’s Adam ?
Thanks Adam for a good lesson!
Thank you very much for this lesson Mr.Adam.
tnx sir adam. I’ve already known the meaning of this words but, i didn’t know how to use it in an composition.IT HELPED ME LOT.
First of all, thanks a lot for the all excellent lessons you have. In the third question of the quiz where “Furthermore” is used incorrectly, should we use “Besides” instead or just a simple “Also”?
I jst wanna clear that is there a little bit difference between although and though??
Actually…i practised a quiz on google and i incorrect 2 or 3 questions related with although and though…I’m confused about the use of both. Please clear me doubt
i got 10 of 10 from this quiz.it was so unexpected for getting that.thanks from indonesia adam
thank you ur so kind
Thank you Mr Adam
I love to learn English, first of all because, in general, I enjoy discovering new languages: it gives me a feeling of intellectual, aesthetic, and “musical” pleasure. It’s also interesting and fun to see the mysterious links between language and psychosociology, or to recognize the similarities between terms from a tongue to another, and the word’s origins and constructions. Furthermore, English is a wonderful key to worldwide international communication, and that can create so many opportunities of meeting new people and beginning great relationships either in the personal or the professional field. Another reason I’m so happy to be learning English is that it gives me access to a huge amount of cultural material: articles, books, movies and series that haven’t been translated in my mother tong, and which can be highly worth knowing! Moreover, to me, learning English is exciting and motivating because I can reasonably hope to be able to speak it quite well one day. That is due to the fact that there are many resources in the internet, and many people available for English conversation. That makes it easy and exhilarating at once! You see, when I do something, I like to do it fully, deeply, and that’s possible with learning English. It’s not as frustrating as learning Hindi, for example. And that’s thanks to people like you guys! Your videos and your quizzes are so helpful! So thank you sooo much to all the team!
Thanks Adam, your videos help me a lot
Finally! I got 10 correct out of 10 :)
Thanks Mr. Adam!
Thank you very much, it’s really a usefull videos that for sure will help us to improve a lot our english skills
Gracias por las lecciones, muy clara la explicación.
Thank you, Adam!
I got 9 correct out of 10. Thanks so much for taking time to create a quiz. Teacher Adam explained it very clear.
I got 9 correct out of 10. Thanks so much for taking time to giving me lessons.
sir,how to write essay
Holy fork! 10/10! Is the first time i get a perfect score in one of your quizzes!Great lesson!
this quizzes are a differential over whatever another channel on youtube! great method!
Thank for your help, hope for more videos like this.
Thank you very much,
Thank you very much. I learnt more about transitions and mainly how to use them.
I could say that this channel have helped me so much on my mission to become fluent in English, which is I neccessary for my plan on taking an IELTS exam on December.
Furthermore, I could access any time without charge as long as I have a stable internet.
mr adam .please tell in conjuntive adverb who we use in semicolen ana coma and period?
You guys doing great job. Thank you so much.
You guys doing great job. Thank you so much. It’s more to me.
Thanks for the topic!
10/10 ? thank you very much Mr.Adam
Thanks a lot
+ 4 transition words in my dictionary. Than you! :)
Many thanks, it was really helpful.
I enjoy your lessons, they are very clear and helpful
it is interesting
Can we begin the conclusion with , therefore? as an example below,
“Therefore, I think it is totally unacceptable to stay alone for long…”
Thanks, it really help me and good explanation.
Really good lesson, Congratulations Adam!
(Many students choose to study abroad because of the life-lessons that travel provides. This way they not only improve their academic skills, but their personal and cultural skills as well.)
About this question number 6, i tkink personaly that they have talked a little bit about the advantages of studying abroad, therefore the second idea should be about the difficulties of learning abroad; otherwise, is like developping the same idea.
This is my first time to get 9/10
Great lesson about the transitions..thanks!
I got 90!
One question I have that how can I start my body paragraph the way that attract the reader and say my first reason of thesis very well.
I am Moni from India.After watching this lesson,I opened dictionary to see sample examples and check my understanding regarding ‘Moreover’.I have few questions.
1)”The government officials who will decide when to reopen their states are facing competing pressures, moreover.”
As you discribed,there must be two ideas,but here there is only one sentence/idea.Where is the connection of two ideas? And how to use ‘Moreover’ at the end of a sentence?
2) a)”The crash, moreover, was an “unavoidable accident,” the company’s attorneys said”
How to use moreover within a sentence?why here is only one idea? Is there another idea begining of the sentence that dictionary doesn’t provide us?
Thanks in advance.?.
9/10! One mistake was made in which question was not read carefully.
Thank you! You are simply awesome.
thank you Mr.Adam , you are the best teacher ever, many thing get clear now to me .
hi there, thank you very much for your helps Adam. I want to study the transition topic more. have you made other videos in this topic?. such as: contrast transitions (however,…), result(as a result, therefore,…), …
I read two books(focus on vocabulary 1&2) and grammar and books such as collins and Longman about reading, but
I can’t write well even one paragraph. if it is possible for you, guide me.
i see your lesson that’s very interesting. i have to become ready for IELTS.
too poor to me
Thanks a lot!
Thanks a lot for your efforts here and at your channel , I’ve been searching for such a lesson for long :) , and I didn’t know that we can use “Moreover” and “Another reason” in the same sentence.
Do we have always to put comma after these transitions and to use them capitalized after full-stop.
sir, is there any way I can send you my essay so you evaluate it for me, please.
I have come across it the first time on the youtube channel as I was looking for good writing tips and I found this. Having seen it, I became shocked as I got to learn many things from it, moreover, I tried to make sentences by my self and gave test too.
Hello Adam! I love your YOUTUBE channel the way you teach is amazing, thanks a lot! I have a question regarding furthermore, can we say/write *****;and furthermore, **
thank you sir, you are a great teacher
10/10 Thank you so much
Thank you so much for this video lesson!
I leave the comment because there is one question I want to ask for your advice. I’m not sure whether I should use the transitional word “besides” with the following sentences:
No matter how far we are apart from other people, we can still connect with our families and friends. Besides, you can search for plenty of information online.
Thank you once again for another valuable lesson.
Greetings from Kazakhstan o8 Dec2o21:)
50 but i will make it to 100
great lesson Adam by the way could you make a video about Canadian cities’names thanks for all
Thank you very much.