Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Good AT and Good WITH - Confusing English (VIDEO + more!)

Do you need to say "Good at..." or "Good with..." in your sentence? Which is correct? Watch here and learn how to use these natural English expressions.

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My cousin is really good at soccer. He has been playing since he was 4 years old.

This is the same as saying:
"My cousin is really good at playing soccer. He has been playing since he was 4 years old."

I’m good at baseball. I can play any position on the field.
I’m good at playing baseball.

Victor is good at math. He always gets an ‘A’ in math class.

She’s good at sports.
She’s good with people.
good with people = easy to get along with others/friendly

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