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Isac Florinda
Thanks for a such great class.
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Beastslayers gamerz
who is watching this after lockdown........like
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Beastslayers gamerz
i got all correct

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Vibhabh Jalota
In common mistake 3, I have an issue. See this sentence
"we stayed at an expensive summer resort."
In this sentence expensive and summer are adjectives and I have placed them side by side as the word expensive is modifying summer. Kindly explain

Comment from : Vibhabh Jalota


Leteselase Gebremedhin Habte
Thanks you are so nice lundet
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kev
Excellent 👍
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i simp for Timothée Chalamet
i have some questions can you help me, please?
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Ha Bte
Adjective and adverbs takes long time to understand. Good teacher.
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Moromi Nath
😯
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Milica Siljanoska
i really understand now.
this helpt a lot

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MOJEEB SROOR
Merci beaucoup
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Tenzin Dolma
Boring classe
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Kezia Tudang
After watching this video, I hardly understand the differences between adverb and adjective, but i can use those correctly in sentences (I got 9/10) LOL
Comment from : Kezia Tudang


Multitasker's Club
wow that was a quiz whiz!
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ebru ozcoban
Very thank you
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MC Dampfnudel
Ich will ne Fette Saftige Bratwurscht
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acm hin
Thank you very much!!!!! Your videos saved my life!!!!!
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TrendZilla TV
I got a perfect 10! This is totally helpful.
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Kumar Serpa
who plays roblox
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Harshita Khanna
thanku mam this lesson cleared all my doubts.......luv anglo-link and all it's lectures......
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Mirza Mirzoyev
Thank you ! You helped me a lot. İm from Azerbaijan
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Frederick Francis
English is like that tiny looking boss in a video game that has the highest stats known to man








What game are you playing

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shah4524
Other passengers got there earlier and took all the seats... earlier is adjective or adverb????...I'm a bit confused
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tj stapleton
Adjective Practice Cards: youtu.be/y5dHGmosYuQ
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tj stapleton
Adverbs practice cards: youtu.be/24Z0-QUOiEY
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Kai
Who's here, because their teacher said to watch this?
If so- good luck with the tasks UwU

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Pushkar Singh
I like this Chanel 😍
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Knight Leopard Gaming
Which sentence was adjective and which was adverb in these sentences at 8:30 of video
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Deepak ma xu Rokaya
thanks god you help me
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Pamajo Gameplay
La miss de ingles me dijo que viera esto xd
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ElCasiSoy
Conchee tumadreeeeeeee
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Benny Cheng
Good l
Comment from : Benny Cheng


Darshan Patoliya
"She will look elegant in black".

Please find adjective and adverb out of that sentence if there is any.

Comment from : Darshan Patoliya


Omar Majeed
Green box is "heavier" to lift than the red one.

what will be the word "heavier" here? Adverb?

Comment from : Omar Majeed


Ram Kumar
Boooooooooooioooos
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Ram Kumar
Boooooooooooioooos
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Madhav Anand
10/10🎉🎉
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Madhav Anand
Doubt
Hardly, shortly, lately are adverbs but it is contrast in your video why only hard, short, late.
Please reply I am confused.
Reference to Cambridge dictionary

Comment from : Madhav Anand


BRAIN TECH
Why hard is not change into hardly
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jilani ansari
I am doing good.
Or
I am doing well.
Which on is correct doing is action verb and good is adjective.

Comment from : jilani ansari


Sayyed Zainab
Good thing
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Youcef Ayadi
Now I know adjective and adverbs
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Youcef Ayadi
Thank you soo mush
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Balraj garg
2. This box is too -- to lift.
(use adjective)

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Balraj garg
mam pls reply
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Balraj garg
mam pls answer the following question, choose correct option:
I ---visit the club on Sundays. (always/quite).

Comment from : Balraj garg


Pianist Trần Quang Minh
This video very good for student
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Study with facts
I seem to have fallen in love with you really
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LosSermuel
alguien que me pueda hacer un resumen en español por favor
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Abbass Fadhil
An epic and scientific lesson. Thank you so much, MINOO ❤️🌹💎👍💕😁.
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Nuru Rabb
Hello,your tone of voice is very good so you are a good teacher
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Patrick Palo
Thank you
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Mukesh Kumar
Wonderful I have no words 4 it
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Vishant Singh
I love this channel I love it
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Sandy B
Thanks! This lesson cleared all my doubts and confusions. Really appreciate it!
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Thango Papheya
Thank you Soo much..
This video takes me to another level in speaking and writing Grammar correctly...

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영노샘
I like this video ~
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Damla Yazğan
U look like bonnie from wampire diaries
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Aman Kushwaha
Thanks
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Aman Kushwaha
Thanks
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Aman Kushwaha
Thanks
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M M
What a beautiful girl
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Muneeb Khan
how i will improved our english
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Farhad Ghaseri
great thanks a lot
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HARSIDAK AND GUNTAS H and G
Nice teaching mam
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成。
You are amazing!!!
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Archie De Guzman
Owners
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Carsten Krüger
Thank you!You helped me a lot!:)
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The Piper Report
Maybe this is the wrong video to ask, but I can not find the answer to this question no matter where I look. It deals with adverbs.. Which is correct below?


He brought up his sword - or - he brought his sword up.


Take out the dog - or - take the dog out.


I've seen/heard it used for both..

Comment from : The Piper Report


Razak CM
I want to face the public exam you can help me for get good marks 🙏
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•Milo k. Hernandez•
I am flaterly than me
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•Milo k. Hernandez•
Calvoooooooo
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•Milo k. Hernandez•
Thanksly nowly i canly speakly sólo muchlly englishly
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Kejang Yeshi
hard
Comment from : Kejang Yeshi


Kejang Yeshi
tiring
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Kejang Yeshi
monthly
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Kejang Yeshi
4 hardly
Comment from : Kejang Yeshi


Kejang Yeshi
bwell
Comment from : Kejang Yeshi


Kejang Yeshi
late
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Lina Mape
It was really helpful!
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Pratyakcha Srivastava
Thank you it helped me a lot.
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TBH lightning
Thanks so much I hope I pass.
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Giang Nguyễn Thị Hương
Hear well
Comment from : Giang Nguyễn Thị Hương


Sonia Mahecha
Excellent as usually.
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Marjorie Singson
Tysm pls be safe
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Malik rassimatt
I like it
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The Kings are died
I have got only 3 right answer from this exercises
Ohhh 😮 i would be filled if it was a real test

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maika licona
I LOVE THIS CHANNEL I LOVE IT!!
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92boyka
Hi,thanks a lot,your lesson are very clear and easy to understand,please I have a question:
(1)I was so disappointed I didn't get the job.The interview went good.
(2)I was so disappointed I didn't get the job.The interview went well.
(what's the right sentence????good or well???)

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Carol Menor
can you add me on facebook kaye cee lisa menor
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baotran6789
Hi dear Anglo,
I am kind of confusing the few word you're mentioning not to
add " ly " for adjectives to become an adverbs for example : late , hard .etc.. But , I hear that someone said " lately , hardly " .. Please let me know . Thank you

Comment from : baotran6789


Maria Slavova
I am confused. In the sentence "The bread smells good" You said that good is adjective, because it describes the smell of the bread. But in the sentence we have a verb "smells" not a noun. Moreover we ask- How smells the bread? and not What? So shouldn't be an adverb?
Comment from : Maria Slavova


Maria Slavova
We made slow progress. There is no definitive or indefinite article before slow. However, in the sentence " He is an interesting person" there is an article before interesting. Why there is indefinite article in one of the sentence and in the other not? Thank you.
Comment from : Maria Slavova


Tahir Khan
Will we be able to take test on this channel?
Comment from : Tahir Khan


Tahir Khan
It was a wonderful explanation. I got it very easily.
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Collette C
She has cow teeth XD
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Leonardo Sturniolo
Thank you, very much!!
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Raj Ni
Thankyou ma'am from india.
My english is too weak to speak or write. Please tell me how to i improve it because i want to shift in Canada but only barrier of English language ,i can't. If i join your online classes than it wil improve 💯 ma'am.
Please tell me also how i improve my English through your youtube channel.

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