expressions of quantity with 'of'

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  • Published on Oct 5, 2016
  • Dan discusses when to use "of" with certain expressions of quantity and when not to use "of". He explains about general and specific nouns.

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  • Naceur Habhoub
    Naceur Habhoub 3 months ago

    Helpful

  • Golden eagle
    Golden eagle Year ago

    thank you

  • ayşe cakir
    ayşe cakir 2 years ago

    hi dan great video I recommend your videos to my students as your explations are clear and direct thank you

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  2 years ago

      Yes, please do recommend them. Any requests for videos that might help out your students?

  • EKP JTA
    EKP JTA 2 years ago

    thank you tomorrow it's my English exam and this video is very helpful

  • Fuad Aghayev
    Fuad Aghayev 2 years ago

    This video is very helpful !!! if I saw this video before, I can get good great from my writing class.

  • H.
    H. 2 years ago

    I wish I could speak with same your accent

    • H.
      H. 2 years ago +1

      Thanks, you're right I've never thought of it that way.

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  2 years ago +3

      Having an accent is not all bad. In my city, if you have an accent many people will ask you, "where are you from?" It's a good conversation starter. Also, employers know that you speak 2 languages which is useful for their business.

    • H.
      H. 2 years ago

      No I just want to sound more like a native speaker

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  2 years ago +1

      Thanks, Saja. Do you have problems with people not understanding you or do you just want to sound more like a native speaker?