Rob talks about good ways to learn vocabulary and the uses of 'into'.

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Hullo there!
My name's Muhammad Moussab Wazzan. I'm from Aleppo, Syria. I'm doing an MA in TEFL (FINAL year). I've been employing ur fabulous videos, stuff, etc. in my classroom for a long time. They are highly effective.
I'd like to thank you so much for this great work you've been doing, indeed.
Kind regards,
Moussab

Hello Moussab,
It's great to hear from you and thank you so much for your kind words about our LearnEnglish website. I'm glad it has helped you in your studies and in your teaching.
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Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello.
I'm from the Dominican Republic. I love learning English. The UK is the place on Earth I love the most. I want to thank you, British Council and BBC, for the creation of this learning space. I really like it!
Best wishes,
Wilfred Castillo

Hello,
I was wondering if I could get the information about the school where Mr.Rob teach?

Hello,
Rob used to teach in British Council schools around the world. These days, he mostly works on our websites, although he still teaches occasionally.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

I am quite confused about the word "quite" and  "really" , how to compare them? I thought "quite" is more positive than "really" before.  

Hi!Yeah its true that one of the ways to remember different words ist to note them, because in this way we will remember them where they need us.Thank BBC this is exelent job!
 

Hello Sevi,
You're right, it's a good idea. By the way, Word on the Street is made by the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) and the BC (British Council). It's quite confusing because our names are almost the same, but we are different organisations.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello and thank you,B C.
I really confuse "not really "with " really not " in the task 3.
I can't tell them apart clearly. Please ,tell me what is difference between them.
Please.      
Uguisu

Hello Uguisi!
 
Glad you like the site!
 
As for your question, it's about how strong they are. 'I'm not really into...' means you feel a little negative. In the exercise this is -, not as strong as 'I'm not into...' Really not is very strong, so 'I'm really not into...' means you definitely don't like something.
 
Hope that helps!
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

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