Learn English Grammar: The Sentence

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  1. hi good morning… i need help please ….what is the difference between ¨without¨ and ¨with no¨ , and if there is another word like those exsay me pls ,can someone explain me? please, thank you very much

  2. Hey Adam, I'm Mathew a Brazilian living in Mexico. I go to an American school and this year we got a terrible teacher in English, each week she gives us a quiz, and most of my class mates didn't learn well on her classes, so I recommended your channel and since then, everyone in class has learned better and grow in their English knowledge. I can't thank you much. But I'm really thankful and Happy. Keep up that hardwork!!

  3. Thank you so much!
    I have just released 100 common english sentences. If you have time, please stop by my trannel.

  4. Hi i am asmae zahrani from morocco i live in Orlando i am in esol i study English please i want to know how to use would could should thankyou

  5. When I was in elementary school, a teacher asked me what comes after a sentence.
    I said, "You make an appeal."

  6. It's fruitful video i would like to thank you a bunch for your help because there are many people need such help👏

  7. Demo: Grammar

    Remember when you were a careless eight-year-old kid riding a bike with your friends, racing each other around the neighborhood? Remember that feeling of absolute freedom as you felt the wind in your hair and the smile it put on your face? I never thought I would feel that way as a grown-up until my friends presented me with a red brand-new bike. At first, I was a bit skeptical about the total idea of commuting by bike. One morning a couple of days later, I changed completely my mind.
    I was stuck in a traffic jam and saw in my rear mirror a man in a suit riding a classy bike with his laptop case in one hand and a handlebar in the other. I figured out it would take him about 15 minutes to get to the office while I was still sitting in my car and waiting for the cars in line ahead to move, even if just for an inch. I was always very afraid of being late for my business meetings.
    That is when I decided to get on the bike. I haven’t regretted my decision so far. One of the best things about cycling is that the bike is perfect for exercising. Just cycling to and from work or to the shops every day is enough to keep you healthy and happy. Besides, it's incredibly liberating to be able to get anywhere without losing time in traffic jams. Also, don’t forget about the environmental benefits. Cycling helps to reduce air pollution while reducing also traffic congestion and the need for gas.
    At some point, I realized that I started to use the bike more often, not only to get to work but also to catch up with friends and to head out for coffee on weekends. I loved this style of traveling because it lets you really appreciate what you are seeing around you. You can stop anywhere you want and yet you can cover a lot of distance. That daily distance I rode to work was no longer enough for me. I started riding to the nearest decent mountain bike trails so I could spend the day going up and down hills. I did it because it was fun. Because I enjoyed it.
    “I wish I could bike all the way around the world,” I said to myself one day. And then I thought, “Why not?”
    OK, I knew I couldn’t ride across the oceans. I came up with the idea to ride across each of the continents, from coast to coast. The more I thought about it, the more excited I became about my future plans. If I will do this, I will have to thoroughly prepare, I thought. I was also very scared. Would I be able to make it over towering mountains and across burning deserts? What if I got lost somewhere and didn’t know the language?
    After a few months of training, I set off. This was hard at first, but soon I realized that everywhere I went people cheered me on when they heard about my journey. The newspaper back home reported on my progress. Once or twice I ran out of money and has to spend a couple of weeks doing odd jobs before I could continue on my way. I never gave up on my idea, and a year and six months later, I found myself pedaling back toward the place where it all began. my journey was over and I was home.
    These days, I continue exploring the world with my bike as often as I can. Thanks to my bike, I’ve made countless friends, seen incredible sights, and had unforgettable adventures. I would have missed out on all of that if I hadn’t decided to try biking instead of driving! I guess there is an upside to traffic jams after all!

  8. maybe use more examples from the start? Even the basics. Many of us are more visual or heuristic learners.

  9. Question about past tense in the example sentence "What Sharon forgot to mention was that her husband was the CEO of Microsoft and makes a lot of money, which is why she can afford all of her holidays." It mentions that her husband "was" the CEO, but he then "makes" a lot of money. Does it depend on the context? I am not sure about this one. Thank you.

  10. So I have a question. My English teacher was teaching us today and he wrote " Get off of the table". And I want to know; is it "Get off of the table" or " Get off the table" ? He said it's right but I think it's wrong. It just sounds so wrong and I'm extremely confused.

  11. Teacher Adem you're the best teacher . I learn from u a lot thank you so much and i will be like u in future a great English teacher

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