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ı can t heard ta -ta yet.this is very good for me .ı learned a lots of things.Thank you. AND....mr duncan ...is very intersesting boy.!!:):)byee
This video is important too because we greet many times of our daily life.Good luck for all.
sir we can through this vidoe we can improve our listening and pronunciation.and vocabulary but we can not improve our writing? writing is the problem that's remain?plz do for this. thak's
Wow / this is good vidoe I known alot of from of goodbyethank's
Easy to use.
I can understand that this might be considered a "fun" way to learn for some, but since students are expected to practice the pronunciation/intonation/etc. of these videos, wouldn't it be better to exhibit more natural forms? I also think it would be better to explain the difference in register / politeness levels between the different forms of greetings and farewells that are presented.Just my two cents...
I can not see the video, my computer is crazy!
i love Mr.Duncan! he is good teacher!!!!!!!
It is so..... embarassing! but cute??
It's very good! Thank you!!
i don't think all the worlds are usefull maybe they usethem in middle ages
Great video!! I love Mr. Duncan and his English lessons. If you like it you can see more then fifty his lessons at YouTube.
its interesting for our who want to improve your english.Thank you so much
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It was quite easy :)
It is a good video for beginner
its very good
"Ta-Ta" can be heard in American English, But I have never heard "Ta-ra". Has anybody else heard it?If I heard "Ta-ra" in America, I would think it sounded like a British catch phrase for goodbye. This is a very good video for practicing hello and goodbye.
is it really useing "Ta-ta"phrase in english?
so funny! lol
i learn a lot.i've never heard some of them.
its good.please you get some subjects similar like this about learn english