This project impressed me and provide learner listening to very good pronunciation from the text. I hope you please to speak a bit louder and it will make me could listen clearly to your voice.
Thank you very much. Congratulation.
Millie Napoleão says:
24th March 2009 at 1:11 pm
Your 20-minute video was good. I´m really looking forward to the release. I teach English in Portugal.
24th March 2009 at 1:59 pm
It was great…Have you ever been to Georgia…
You are welcome…
24th March 2009 at 2:10 pm
For imroving my english skills,watching and listening to this kind of project help me alot and every things were clear!
24th March 2009 at 2:20 pm
I am very interested in your project. The video clips are really good. They are useful for English learners.
24th March 2009 at 2:27 pm
It’s absolutely wonderful!!
I feel completely identified with your work. I believe that the enviroment is an importnat element to consider when learning a language. Your work is extremely useful. I’d love to hear when your actually launching the videos because It’ would be fantastic to show my students in Argentina how people around the world learn English and how they feel about it. In my opinion, the idea of using interviews and visisting different countries was just perfect.
Looking forward to hearing from the project.
jose mejia says:
24th March 2009 at 2:48 pm
it’s very interesting, to us that are learning english, it should be better if you speak loud and slow Thank you, Daniel
Thank you so much for this project. you do nice interview-style video.
24th March 2009 at 3:53 pm
Thank you very much for this vedio project. I was really fascinated with your idea.you in fact enjoyed us in your tour around the world. I will try to show my students this film and I think they will like it.It seems to me that you haven’t been to United Arab Emirates.
you will be very welcomed if you visit Dubai.
Huyen Thu says:
24th March 2009 at 4:24 pm
I really like your project. I think i will be very helpful for ones who want to learn English well.Hey, Why dont you go to Vietnam. If you come here, I think i can help you something:))
24th March 2009 at 5:51 pm
I WANT YOU LOOKING FORWARD SEEING VIDEOS LIKE THIS….AROUND LATINAMERICA, I THINK IT WILL BE INTERESTING FOR US..I HOPE I’LL SEE IT .
The sound video it was good for me.
Thank you so much, I appreciate your time to work in this project, the places which you show, in the video, are so interesting, but more interesting is the way what you try to teach your language.
25th March 2009 at 12:58 am
Thanks for your project. I am waiting to learn more from you.
SIDY DIENG says:
25th March 2009 at 1:27 am
Awesome!Your idea is a great one.I like the project.If one day you decide to come in Africa,Senegal,I will be available to welcome you.I am a teacher of English,but presently I am in USA for a professional development in teaching.I will be back in May.
I love English so much.Great job,you did.One million thanks
25th March 2009 at 3:18 am
thanks for this project. I like it. good- job. go on please^^
25th March 2009 at 4:44 am
thankyou very much for this project.
I will learn prudent…
God bless you
25th March 2009 at 5:19 am
I really like your project, congratulations for you and English club site too ….Everything is perfect including your speaking. I am so sure a lot of people will enjoy these videos…..Take care ang go ahead!
25th March 2009 at 4:59 pm
Iam from Turkey, I can say that I have never any project like that what I wanted. I am very pleased to find you. That’s a very creative idea, you felt our necessity.
I really thank you and love to everybody,
25th March 2009 at 6:14 pm
thanks , it is realy nice work .
I hope to learn english , learning english is my challenge , I fell improving of my skills , but actualy in my opinion learning english need to life in country speaking english at least one year.
Thanke you for your great progect.
I am in third year in English lecture,but I have difficute in conversation.
my studing is translation
would you please help me to be
I hope you good times.
i watched your video that was brilliant and was liked by me alot. i appreciate your efforts . please make some other projects like this one. if you ever visit pakistan i ll be here to meet you. looking for some good efforts. and i wish i may have your videos and projects like this one or related to english language as i want to improve my english language. pleas send me via e-mail to (email@example.com) or at home by courier service to (House # 05, Block # 57, Satellite Town Near Ground # 02, Mirpurkhas Sindh Pakistan). Thanks
26th March 2009 at 7:42 am
It’s a very interesting programme but the voice is not clear . The music is clear. Could you please do something about the voice
WATCHING YOUR INTRODUCTION VIDEO WAS REALLY AMAZING. I´M A TEACHER OF ENGLISH. I WORK WITH ADULTS FOR IN-COMPANY TRAINING. I MUST TEACH GRAL. ENGLISH, BUT BUSINESS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THE TRAINING.
I THINK THESE VIDEOS ARE AN EXCELENT TOOL FOR LEARNERS. YOUR LANGUAGE ACCURACY IS GREAT. YOU SHOULD DO SOMETHING AS REGARDS THE TONE OF VOICE. ANYWAY: CONGRATULATIONS FOR BEING INNOVATIVE AND CREATIVE.
26th March 2009 at 9:29 pm
thank you very much for your great work and idea.
I think for me it’ll be very usefull.
Watching the video is an opportunity to listen english at natural speed and for beginner like me the caption below is a great help.
27th March 2009 at 7:14 am
Thank you so much for your video. It’s very useful for my study.
27th March 2009 at 4:53 pm
Well done, Daniel. That was great. Very interesting. I’m looking forward to seeing the version with sub-titles.
28th March 2009 at 1:40 pm
Hi Daniel, I’m a Malaysian. I have never been to any countries accept to Mecca , and that was for performing my pilgrimage as it is one of Muslim’s five principles. Let me tell you, I learned English as a third language.
My mother tounge is Tamil which is an Indian dialect, and my second language is Malay language which I acquired without effort for I mingled with my Malay neighbours very well. Learning English was difficult in the beginning but I took it as a challenge and I am still learning . Believe me, learning a foreign language is really fun.
My English accent does not sound like a native speaker’s. I enjoy listening to your voice because I need to and can learn the skill of pronunciation. Good job!
an iranian says:
28th March 2009 at 9:08 pm
Hi dear Daniel
you are very great and goodlooking.
How can I invite you to come to Iran? I mean you can be my guest.
29th March 2009 at 7:25 am
Your project is great . It can be used as a tool in learning English. However, it will become more useful , if you incorporated the dialogue during the interview. Keep up the good job.
abubakr ali says:
29th March 2009 at 8:42 am
im abubakr from sudan,and iam very fond of your project,welcome to my country at any time ,trust me we’ll be very glad by your visit.remember we’re looking forward to see you around
29th March 2009 at 12:48 pm
wow…How a special experience~
31st March 2009 at 7:07 am
The project is great, thanks for your effort.I’m a teacher of a1st year class, teaching American curriculum. I want some ideas for projects suitable for this grade on language Arts.
This project is spectacular! EnglishClub is doing a great job in spreading the knowledge of the English language. Congratulations!
São Paulo, Brazil
2nd April 2009 at 8:25 pm
happy to see how you teach your language I apreciate that congratulation,Beauplan Morange says,
7th April 2009 at 10:20 am
Considering the topic and resources you made an interesting video and music was interesting too.
7th April 2009 at 10:23 am
i have enjoyed the video and a very positive step to enrich ESL programms
Swapna Pakiru says:
7th April 2009 at 1:18 pm
Your 20 minutes video is really intresting and the way you made this video has made curious about the project.It will really helps people in learning english.
My suggestion is you can also ask for the tips and easy ways of learning english from the people when you are taking interviews which will help the learners.
You are doing a fantastic job,all the best.
10th April 2009 at 10:18 am
Can I download your video? If can, please show me the way?
Thank you very much.
tuan duc says:
12th April 2009 at 4:19 am
i`ve been learning english for along time, but i felt it`s very very difficult. i didn`t find out the way to learn. your video is useful not for me but also for everyones who`s learning english. thank you very much and i`m expecting for your new video.
thank you very much for your great work and idea.this give us chance by Watching the video is an opportunity to listen english at natural speed and for teacher like me the caption below is a great help.
Mohamed Fadel says:
13th April 2009 at 9:22 am
It’s a very nice idea. Hope yopu can go ahead & achieve what you aimed to
Thanks very much
14th April 2009 at 8:12 am
Hello dear Daniel.
It is grate job. This project is very helpfule for English language students. I try to learn English because nead it in my job. I like to improve my listening and speaking. your project is helpfule for both of these issues.
Bravo! et félicitations ! pour votre conception
originale et innovatrice d’apprentissage par
l’intermédiaire de vidéos sous-titrées!
j’ai toujours espéré et souhaité la mise en
en oeuvre et l’utilisation de ce procédé.
Maintenant que c’ est fait : “vous allez avoir
un immense succés! ”
Encore une fois : Félicitations et Merci !
( un éventuel et potentiel Elève! )
13th May 2009 at 1:07 am
I think It will be very useful for me and many other students in over the world. brao bravo ^.^
13th May 2009 at 11:07 pm
You did nice work.You are great.IT HELPS ME ALOT. KEEPS MAKING VIEOS LIKE THIS
mory sami says:
19th May 2009 at 7:32 pm
it’s averyyyy great project so go on
Lam Khang says:
28th May 2009 at 6:58 pm
oh hi daniel, your project is very useful for me.one day i hope seeing you in vietnam. you are welcome
29th May 2009 at 9:11 am
your project is very importanl for me which it suppose to me skill listen more than!!!
10th June 2009 at 7:40 am
Great it’s very good this project so that you can what an do the listening and you can improve your spohe english very quicly and easaly I’m very content of this project tahnks
M. Alessandra Agostini says:
28th September 2009 at 12:31 pm
I can realize that Italy is very lazy to learn English. I don’t know why, because I was a teacher of English for 30 years and it was very complicated to give me a response.
I tried to teach my students that English could be very important for their life and their work, but they didn’t care about it. Sometimes I think that we are very proud of our history, art, cooking and a lot of other things we are very famous in the world.
Maybe that could be one reaon.
Why am I writing those things? Because I saw that there is no video about Italy, even if there are some English schools, especially in milan, that are very good. For example, the British Council.
Furthermore, I have to admit that when I went to England for a course of English to improve it, i could realize that only the French and the Italian people could speak English very badly; maybe for our accent; may for our laziness, but I felt myself very embarrassed. I should admit that my pronounciation is quite good, but it is because I was in the UK several times and because I live in the north of Italy.
In the south of Italy, the situations is very different, because the Italian accent is very heavy and so their English is quite bad!!!
I hope you could film some videos in Italy too, but I hope that with your magnificent work you could suggest us how to convince Italian people to learn English!!!!! Bye for now and have a nice work! Alessandra
M. Alessandra Agostini says:
28th September 2009 at 12:35 pm
Sorry for my errors, but I didn’t read it again!!!
M. Alessandra Agostini says:
28th September 2009 at 12:39 pm
I forgot that when I was a teacher, I used, especially in my first teaching years, some songs in English. They were very popular, so my students were very interested in learning the lyrics. There was not Internet yet! Maybe it was one of the few positive methods to teache English to young students. Actually, when a student was interested in English or American songs, he/she could lean English better and He/she was more motivated.
8th December 2010 at 4:03 am
It is really interesting, I learn a lot . thanks for posting this