The English word “back” is a noun, verb, adjective and adverb. “back” is a very common word in English. We use it in many different situations.

In this English lesson, you will learn the most common uses and meanings of back.

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Andrew,
Crown Academy of English

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“Young Man Carrying Cardboard Box” by stockimages
“Truck” by digitalart

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“baby on back” by freeimages.com/photographer/shay1448-52520
“chair on beach” by freeimages.com/photographer/hannahgunn-58434
“back of house” by freeimages.com/photographer/Ayla87-49541
“home” by freeimages.com/photographer/Ayla87-49541
“pair of gloves” by freeimages.com/photographer/windchime-38594

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22 Replies to “English word BACK – Noun, verb, adjective and adverb”

  1. This is one of the best channel concerning English that I've ever seen. Since the day I discovered it I've been learning so many things. Thank you Andrew, you are an angel.

  2. I am in London but I am going to go back next week., Could you open the back door , please ? He tached me at my back. Someone hurt my back. While I was at the meeting, someone hurt at back of my car. When will you give me back my money ?

  3. Hi Mr Andrew, that Was very interesting. Thank you very much . To be honest, I learn New things from your videos and et helps me in my courses.

  4. Hi sir I am a regular viewer of your videos, thank you very much for your wonderful videos! I request you to make a video on " difference in meaning and form between "" he is gone vs he has gone"" my love is gone vs my love has gone""

  5. Hi Mr Andrew thanks about a useful lesson 👌👌👌👌 I had watched previously your video (verb back) similar to this video 👍👍👍👍 adverb to call someone back =to get someone back (to contact someone later ) as an example I remember it well thanks again ❤❤❤❤🌹🌹🌹🌹👍👍👍👍✔

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