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JenniferESL
Thank you for your patience. I was able to overcome my computer problems to produce the video today...just one day late!
I'll upload the correct captions later this evening. :)

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Shiv Sharma
HEY PLEASE START YOUR PATREON..
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Ramu Rocks
The best teacher in the world.
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aarush kanthra
Love u
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sonia bhardwaj
Hi Jennifer, Your explanation was simple, clear , and precise. Thank you for helping me to understand the concept so well!!!
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Vipin Mishra
Ma'am u said buffalo are large animals is this sentence is correct. Can we say lion are dangerous animals or we should put s after lion so we can make it a correct sentence.
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Rohit Pathak
Ma'am, could you please tell me how buffalo is irregular plural noun ? (6:50)
as I learned plural of buffalo is buffaloes.

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Jing Dong
Dear teacher Jennifer, why did you say buffalo was a irregular noun? Dictionary says its plural form is buffaloes or buffalo
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Ulviyye Refili
Hello, is it correct or not? Please explain me( not some people? Can we use pronoun some in negative sentence?
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Gretchen Lebrùn Gonzàlez
Thanks a lot, Jennifer. This lesson is of great help to me.
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Periklis Gewrgiou
Thank you so much
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Siva Rao
Madam,are there any differences among these words.propably,possibly,perhaps,may be.please be kind enough to explain these words.p.siva Rao,India.
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Ajay Pawar
Mam is it correct to say in speaking
Are our brothers happy?
Are his sisters doctors?
Are her sons policemen?

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Lalita Singhaniya
Thanks
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Advance With Sanny Kumar
Your lovely voice
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Amit Gupta
Hello Ma'mm, Once again,This is Amit Gupta from Hyderabad,India.I have queries related to determiners . My whole number, The whole room, All these things, All my collection,We all agreed. Need to understand each phrases part of speech .And why keeps determiner before "Whole" and after " All". Can you help me to understand the same . Thanks in advance! ma'mm.
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ADITYA
You are absoultely correct 😂😂😂
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Tizi Nlaaz
Good Jennifer thnks yo ... i love people th America ...
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mohammad tariq
He doesn't have too much money. Much is adverb or adjective?
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mohammad tariq
Three of them are dead. Question: Which part of speech three is in the sentence?
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mario mendez
Thank you so much !!!!!!!!
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Pratap Singh
Hi I am from India and I like your teaching
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STUDYBYTE
Thank you Ma'am for your time of this class
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Hamza Docteur
Hello, Jennifer.
Considering the words: other,another,others, and question words .
Which part of speech do they belong to?
Thank you.😊

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mohammad tariq
Ma'm kindly give me one or two examples of Verb+determinative = verb phrase
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Julia Reynolds
Your very clear, interesting style of tutoring is helping me sort out the confusion in my head! I need to take a TEFL exam soon and got myself so bogged down with grammatical terms I had not been taught when I was at school and university. Many thanks for all the helpful links. God bless you. Julia from South Africa
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Bandula Wijesiri
Thanks for your service.
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Edho- Ekip 1
I don't understand EnglishWhat do i doWhen I learn EnglishI'm Arab and I want to learn English
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Armando Bruguera Juanós
MY Dearest Teacher Jannifer, I was ingressesd in a Hospital during three month (from Abril until July ) due to my Cardiespitarori Illnes i Thougt on all you all the time, and now I beg to you to be again of your Educative Club, receive Jeaniifer my best regards and salutation (I Though I have lost part of my memory. Armando Bruguera Juanós.
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Maria Makinen
I went back to my books that I taught from at 12. The anecdotes were fun to read. An Englishman Australian n an American taking pride of how fast their trains were. .. so fast that looking out of the window made telegraph poles look like a fence.. etc. The Australian described:From Sydney to Melbourne we passed some flocks of sheep n fields of potatoes,cabbages , n carrots. We went so quickly that I thought it was an Irish Stew.
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Maria Makinen
This tics me off. Only too clear.
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Maria Makinen
I know these topics. I was a teacher myself.basics
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mohammad tariq
1. "Even more people were there" Adverb (even) is modifying the determiner (more), since head in the phrase (even more people) is a noun/people, it is a noun phrase, am I right Ma'm? 2. A few more workers = Noun phrase? 3. Right up the tree = Noun phrase? Put it gently in the drawer, gently in the drawer = ?
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mohammad tariq
Ma'm what's the difference between determiner and determinative?
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mohammad tariq
Ma'm I have a question, it may sound non-sense but still I'll ask. I am studying one word used as different part of speech. Today a question arose in my mind and that is "can we use a pronoun form as a noun, or can we use a noun form as a pronoun?" For example we can use ing form as verb, as adjective and as a noun/gerund. Can same be the case with Nouns and pronouns?
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mohammad tariq
"1. Do you ever think about living there?" "2. PTV's latest drama serial is about keeping traditions alive." Kindly tell me the part of speech of the word "about" in both the sentences ..
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mohammad tariq
"we must find some way out of it" Kindly tell tell me part of speech of word "out" in the sentence.
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mohammad tariq
"some say one thing and others another" kindly tell me what parts of speech are some, others and another in the sentence.
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Marcus Vinicius
Ela quer ensinar inglês em inglês!!🙄😅
Comment from : Marcus Vinicius


Study with Injoy the life
Very helpful
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Patidar Institute
jennifer got the best explanation of Determiner with calm and cool nature.
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Pankaj Jangu
Please make video on idioms and other remaining Grammer topics. Also on writing section I mean composition
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Pankaj Jangu
Wow. Determiners😍loved it.
... Respected Madam ..I also watched your 4 videos on phrasal verb...useful but my mother tongue is Hindi language and as you know there are so many phrasal verbs so how can I remember and get every question correct?

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mouli rawat
My mother is forcing me to see this :((((
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Ahmed Khaled
Hi I love you so much please where is past and present simple and continue
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Armando Bruguera Juanós
A very useful lesson I took notes because I neglect some concepts
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mona usa
😍😘💓 Thanks teacher 👍
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JUAN FELIX
Hello.

First of all, thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Second of all, I have some questions:

- What is the difference between a noun and a subject?
- What is the difference between a phrase and a clause?
- Do demonstrative adjectives and demostrative pronouns belong to DETERMINERS?



Thanks.

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Il Bel
The best one 😍❤
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stanley chan
great job Jennifer. Love your grammar course. Your grammar course is one of few course i can recommend others to watch
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Juan Daniel Galbán
Please be my grammar teacher!!!!!... I could understand you pretty well.. thank's for your clear explanation about this topics which are quite difficult...
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Mohammed Alkhafagy
thanks a lot Jennifer for your grammar and parts of speech lessons. I wish I had spent my four years college with you,I would rather have spoken English much better by now.
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Hamed Eid
Thank you
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Justin Daeshim Dorjee
You're an unbelievably good teacher. This is what I'd been looking for.
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narender kumar
Mam u should give space between the exercise
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quang le
thank you! What is your skype or facebook? Teacher
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anoos 07
Thanks
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Izabela Franco
I loved your video! I´m an English teacher as well, and I´m doing an online TEFL course, and watching your videos to study. This video was great, and it was nice to see your vacations photos, specially the video about the running buffalos!
Comment from : Izabela Franco


André Sena
Very good this video!
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Andrea F
It is a pleasure
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Andrea F
You are the Best dear. Thanks for sharing
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stunninglad1
Wow! Have you done it? Yes, you have. Your best ever lesson. Well done!
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Ranganathan R
Please make part 2 video of parts of speech & release it mam,God bless you,
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Virjibhai Parmar
Very good and informative. I have learnt a lot from this video. Your pronunciation is good. Congratulations .
... VIRJIBHĀI PARMĀR

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Sergey Arion
This is no less but a perfect lesson! Grammar terminology couldn't have been explained better than this way. There photos and videos of yours are simply wonderful, especially buffalo :)
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geng chen
This is an amazing lesson for English grammar !!!
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marcos alonso
Good afternoon, Jennifer, how are you?
I heard from your channel through an acquaintance of mine who is also learning English.
I'm Brazilian, and I was wondering if you speak English?
haaa, I used google translator for you, okay, because I'm learning the American English language, bjos

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Mayko250
Forever beautiful.
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Arun Goyal
Very well done, Jennifer. The complexity of syntax in English organised in a simple and easy to understand video. "words have a function", and "syntax is ordering of words". The narrations and captions, and the flow diagrams are perfect. We are so lucky to get all this free! (For me, it is a revisit to school days many decades ago. As of now, the lessons provide the frame to me for understanding languages. My current passion is Persian). Looking forward to the remaining two parts.
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Roko Mere
thank u Jennifer
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Li Xiaoyan
Thank you, Jennifer.
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aiM
Thanks for your great efforts.
Special thanks for your lesion's index; it's an amazing idea, I watched it for first time, from you we always learn new.

Comment from : aiM


Learn English
I have one more question plz explain it to me.
Which sentence is right...
I have bought 10 gram gold or
I have bought 10 gram of gold
Plz explain

Comment from : Learn English


Learn English
Hi!! Mam I have a question
Generally before a proper noun any article is not place but when a proper noun is used as the common noun then article "the" is placed before that proper noun.
Plz give an example

Comment from : Learn English


Nazmy Zahran
I want to start but i do not know from where i can start learning
Please help me .

Comment from : Nazmy Zahran


Learn English
Hi!! Mam it's me Aakash
Plz tell me best standard of this sentence --- it's totally illegal to sit with 4 guys on a single bike

Comment from : Learn English


Norma Quesada
wow! excellent lesson, full of important information. Thanks a lot. Greetings from Mexico. :)
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Claire Fraser
Hi Jennifer, I'm mad about this kind of grammar lessons. They help me to understand those things that I didn't before! And guess what? I learn new topics today about determiners and reciprocal pronouns. Years learning English, but never before had I had such a complete lesson, so well explained. I'm sure there is no anther teacher like you all over the world. Words can't describe how grateful Iam.
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Dildar Veliskova
Hi Jannifer,
Is it OK when I put "last summer", "last year" ect. at the end of a centence? Thank you.

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Shriram Kulkarni
Hello mam, you are so nice in the world because you are so brilliant and beautiful.so my wish is meeting with you.I love your teaching mam.your lesson is very beautiful because when you teach I learn so much from you.keep it mam.Am I biggest fan of you.can you send me your signature with your photo? I waiting for your kindness reply.
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vinayak taro
Your video is really helpful
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Fazil Peerally
Dear Teacher Jennifer,

The video lesson about the Parts of Speech is incredible. The way you extrapolate the subject matter is professional. The photographs and the given examples are interesting and meaningful. Needless to say that one can easily understand the lesson.

In this respect, you deserve a good credit. You are a good and experienced English teacher. Many of your lessons have cleared grammar doubts in my mind. Thanks you so much. We ( the viewers ) receive widespread support from you. Thank goodness !

Looking forward to other video lesson soon.

Best regards,
Fazil

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إبراهيم آلمغربي
Thank u teacher
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Siddik Siddik
easy to understand, great teacher, thanks mam.
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safoora qayoom
I've seen so many teachers on youtube who talk about different topics but Jennifer is very different. ma'am you work so hard and provide so much knowledge in one video.. your work is so appreciable. thank uh so much...
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Hilal Ahmad
Because of Jennifer's unbeatable spirit, she tore apart the monster that had dared to enter her computer. Hats off to Jennifer's bravery.
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Aparecido FERREIRA VAIS
Hi Jennifer, you are an amazing person, your classes help us a lot. Thank you for your patience with your students, have a good weekend, you and your family.
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Hadja Timbi
Thank you so much Jennifer, I really appreciate this video since we are seeing Nouns and determiners in class at the moment! From Paris!
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Susana Blanco
I'm very delighted with this new lesson you've given to us. It's so useful. Thanks Jennifer!!!
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engin
I can only display my deep and sincere appreciation , your care to humanity with these words ; my brotherly love to kind hearted woman , Jennifer !
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Ella
Great review!
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محمد عبد الله السيد حسن
Thank you jennifer. I love your vedios. And your face.
Thanks a loooooot

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Andrea Giraldo MD, Ph.D.
Very useful lesson and you broke down the lesson the three parts. I love grammar. Have a good Day. A
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Mary Dc
This video has so much information that I wanted to learn for so long. Thank you!
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Mollie Tai
JenniferESL to keep your grammar safe all the time!
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Ra'ed
I thought it'd be a different topic, but as they say, it would do no harm to review some basic topics once awhile. Thank you, Jennifer for taking the time to make this video for us.✌👍
Comment from : Ra'ed


Manwah Au
Lovely
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Indika Earoshan
you are nice teacher I love you !
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mbark ichar
Thank you
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kumar daniel
Hi my dear sweetie... always I waiting for your video... Today you are sooooo beautiful... I love you darling.... Kiss kiss kiss....😍😍😍😚😚😚
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