great! thanks a lot
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Absolutely fantastic. Super presentation. Straight forward, clear and direct to the point. Wow!
Hi! Thanks for the class!!
dios que videote
My brain is fried
Thanks a million 😀
That is awesome.
Thank you so much
GREATLY UNDERSTANDABLE AND USEFUL
She teaches me so much
I want to thank you so much for this video , I really love the way you teach !
nice one mam, it helped me to improve.Thank you
Hmm, I'm a little confused if this sentence is correct based on Present Perfect tense that is used when expressions like already, so far, recently, etc. are present.
'I recently went to Japan.'
Should it be 'I've recently been to Japan.'?
Thanks for everything , you are the best.
Thanks for sharing! Love it.
J'y arriverai jamais… ;-;Je vais avoir 20 ans et c'est encore difficile pour moi ahhhhPourtant je comprends tout dans la vidéo, elle explique parfaitement bien mais je crois je suis un cas désespéré x)
Thank you for the knowledge
I live in U.S. my teacher gave me this website.Are American and British English the same ?
Really I Appreciate it the way You touched us
Very good! 👌🏻
A good teacher can change every thing. thanks for sharing
Thank you so mach
THANK YOU MINOO! I PASSED MY COMPETITION! It was constructed of reading conprehension (a one-page-text with questions), and grammar part! I did really well, on reading everything right, but on grammar 4 mistakes, but i passed on state competition! I want to thank myself, too, for finding time to watch all these priceless videos! Greetings from Serbia! You can do whatever comes to your mind, if you really want it, nothing can stop you. I hope Minoo will read this!
Are the native speakers using the future tense???
Thank u so much mam. I have clearly understood
Hi, in the future simple example “dan called. He wants you to call him back” .. I was wondering why use “wants” not “wanted”?
Minoo , what are the ' Sequences of Tenses ??? of the Indicative Tenses ?? Thanks.. n k.
I would like to share a useful website link to understand verb forms.http://verb123.com
The book is not free.It asks for Credit card information
Nice tutorial, please also watch this – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmQs_HrzSwM
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