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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
When talking about cars, what is the American word for boot?

What do they call the sidewalk in Britain?

In North America, we say truck. In Britain, they say:

What is a British motorway in North America?

In North America, they say muffler. In Britain, they say:


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199 Comments on “British & American English: Cars & Driving Vocabulary”


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nice lesson

Friday, January 6th 2012

    i can learn english direct

    Saturday, January 14th 2012

I really like to improve my English thanks for your teaching ,

Friday, January 6th 2012

yes I had fun. downtown in north america,centre in british, one more stove in north america, cooker in british. good bye n’ so long dear Ronnie.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi, really nice podcast again. I am kind of liking your presentations – but this time I need to throw something in ;-) The bumper has nothing to do with the fender. The fender is usual more like the wing in British. I guess the bumper is the same in both – British and North American English ?!?!

wink wink
JB

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Excellent lesson. One request more for you Ronnie. Please do a lesson on USA vs Canada expressions. It would be good to discern the difference between these two.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

I’ve just thought up something Ronnie. Could you somehow organize method about making new lessons on this site, or on a facebook. What do I mean by that? When someone propose a new lesson, then all of us students like it if we agree. And proposition that has the most likes, then you grant our requests. What do you say on that?

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    That is a good idea!

    Saturday, January 7th 2012

      great job Ronnie.
      your videos are amazing and simple.
      i have a request about “ed” past simple.
      could you please, provide some videos about adding “ed” to verbs and its pronunciation whether “t” or “ed” in the endings.

      Sunday, January 8th 2012

        Rebecca has already done a lesson on that! Search engvid for “ed endings“

        Monday, January 9th 2012

          It’s me “tommy” after registering.
          thanks for your kind reply Ronnie.
          i’ll search for it.
          thanks again.
          have a nice day my amazing teacher.

          Monday, January 9th 2012

          i’m very grateful for your helpful feedback.
          i found it.
          it’s for “Jon” not “Rebecca”.
          http://www.engvid.com/how-to-pronounce-regular-ed-endings-in-english/
          so i was wondering:-
          Had Rebecca made a video for the same topic?

          Monday, January 9th 2012

          Yes, she did!

          Tuesday, January 10th 2012

      Ronnie. i need really a lesson for prepositions because i am confused about the difference in using each one of them such as from, on, at,in, into. and there are also a certain verbs take a dfinite prepositions after it

      Friday, January 20th 2012

      hi ronnie . u ar really good teacer for me. thanks a lot

      Monday, January 30th 2012

Excellent lessen, really very intresting i will that way which the teacher teaching.I need more lessons in vocabulary .

Saturday, January 7th 2012

hello could you continue this lessen with
other subject ?

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Thank you Ronnie, Its very useful for me. Please teach us more of this kind and help us improving our vocabulary.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Very good lesson.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Fantastic it was!
Many tx.
Keep it up plz!!

Saturday, January 7th 2012

It’s wonderful! I am enjoying theses lessons. Thank you very well.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Tks Ronnie,
It’s good Lesson. I’m so glad. Have good New Year. Lily from Brazil

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi. Mrs ronnie I want lear geammer and speaking please i want help

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Thanks alot Ronnie,
I’d like to know if there is a common language in English that is understandable between all the English speaker countries. i.e form example each Arabian country has their own accent and special words but we have a formal language that is understandable between all Arab countries.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    Yes, as I said, ALL English speaking countries understand each other, it is just different vocab./slang that we use!

    Saturday, January 7th 2012

Good lessons, I love them. Thank you.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Thanks Ronnie

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi ronnie ,i would love all your lessons. but i want to help me how to organise my CV(RESUME”).

I would relax if you just answer my question,please? i love you ronnie

I’m waiting for your response.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    Look on the internet to find a sample resume!

    Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi Ronni,
what verb do you use when a car passes by another car, normally at a higher speed?
Thanks,
Richard.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    In North America= pass. In British= overtake

    Saturday, January 7th 2012

Since I use to speak both of them but dominantly the British, I found it interesting, even I found sometimes confusing people who use to speak the American while I use the British words and vise-verse

Saturday, January 7th 2012

i love you ronnie

Saturday, January 7th 2012

hi for everyone please i wont someone help me i wont essay about how to learn English and i wont from the teacher help me how to make a good essay…..please and thanks a lot

Saturday, January 7th 2012

thanks

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Hi. good lesson
You know I adore British vocabulary, as well the accent.
take these works.

In BrE, windscreen. in AmE windshield.
in BrE, windscreen wiper. In AmE windshield.
In BrE gear lever (also gear stick). In AmE gear shift, stick
shift)

Saturday, January 7th 2012

nice information

Saturday, January 7th 2012

thank you for the lesson…I like it

Saturday, January 7th 2012

Nice class, Ronnie! =) I’ve learned North American English better. I had 5 American coworkers and I never had big problems understanding them, but then a guy from the UK joined our team of workers and things got a bit complicated. As I’m not a native English speaker, the British accent was really difficult for me to grasp while speaking fast. I’ve always wondered if the same happens to native North American English speakers while talking to native British English speakers?

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    Well, it depends on people`s intelligence level. If someone is smart, they can figure out what other people are saying even if they use different vocabulary. Also, a lot of people have British heritage or had a British friend or watched British tv or have travelled, so they may have been exposed to British English!

    Monday, January 9th 2012

      Thank you, Ronnie! What really raised my interest so as to making this question is that I’m a native Brazilian Portuguese speaker and I swear to God I don’t understand really much what Portugal’s Portuguese speakers mean when they talk fast. So I thought it could kind of be the same thing with the British and North Americans.
      Once again, thank you for your time and attention!

      Tuesday, January 10th 2012

Good lesson Ronnie, love the way you teach.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

I clicked on this video by accident, but I also was very lazy to switch the video. So I wait, during the first few seconds I thought in a thousand of swear words and couldn’t bear myself of being so stupid.But the magic began, the class was getting interesting and I ended up felt in love for you Ronnie. Awesome lecture.

Saturday, January 7th 2012

What are the meanings of following words both North American and British English?

Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    We use these words when talking about four-year school programs (high school or college/university). “Sophomore” means a student in their second year, “junior” is third year, and “senior” is fourth year.

    Monday, January 9th 2012

which is more impolite? american english or british english?

Saturday, January 7th 2012

    There is no difference in the matter of politeness.

    Monday, January 9th 2012

thank you for the lesson, who ever thought giving a free lesson it is a big reward for people English is their second language
thank you again
stay blessed

Saturday, January 7th 2012

hi thanks for lovely lesson

Sunday, January 8th 2012

thanks ronnie;)

Sunday, January 8th 2012

Hi ronnie, you’re a nice teacher and i love to watch all your lessons..

i just want to ask you
i’m a new student in university and i feel sad about my language it’s good but i can’t still with it..

Can you just tell me what can i do to improve my speaking skills and if you know any website give lots of vocabulary besauce my words are not that much to help me in the future

i hope you help me and thanks a lot

Sunday, January 8th 2012

could you please do more lessons especially on work expressions in British English and American English are the same or different Thanks regards

Sunday, January 8th 2012

    OK!

    Monday, January 9th 2012

Thank you, nice information. I hope to see you in next lesson.

Sunday, January 8th 2012

Hello Ronnie, thanks for your lesson. I would like to ask you about word out of this theme. It is famous using in mobile communication. When someone make a call to other but short call without take a call on the recipient side. In my vocabulary is prank or drop-call, or my idea is short-call. Are there anything else differences in British, American and worldwide EN?? Whats about in Canada? Thanks so much for your answer. Take care

Sunday, January 8th 2012

    We say prank call! I think it is the same in Britain and North America but I don`t know for sure!

    Monday, January 9th 2012

I like your sense of humor!
love the way you teach

Sunday, January 8th 2012

Thanks for this leason,I really love it.

Sunday, January 8th 2012

Thanks you very much for giving nice information, see on next level

Sunday, January 8th 2012

I love your classes very much. Especially the pronounciation classes. Thanks a lot.

Monday, January 9th 2012

I’m glad to discover this important site. I’ve learned some new vocabularies. Thank you much.

Monday, January 9th 2012

Thank you for the nice lesson! I like your sense of humor.

Monday, January 9th 2012

thanks

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

Thank you very much for lessons teatcher ronnie

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

thanks
i love you^_^ my dear teacher
i stand your lessons more quick than others

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

Hello dear teacher Ronnie.I am studying English department at University.I can improve my English with help of your lessons.I want to say that you are one of the best teachers who i have ever seen.Thank you.
Yours faithfully
Eltun

Wednesday, January 11th 2012

it was great speech,you dont know me but I CONSIDER YOU my own teacher ,you have learnt a lot of thinks to me

Thursday, January 12th 2012

Hello

Oh Ronnie I really like the way you teach :) this videos is one of the best lessons I have ever seen

BUT I gotta a little question
why do we say ”If I were you” and not ”If I was you”??

because I know that we have to use the word ”was” with
HE
SHE
IT
and I

Thank you ^^

Friday, January 13th 2012

    We say this because when we SPEAK English, we ignore a lot of the grammar rules!!

    Sunday, January 15th 2012

      So, was I right
      which on of these is correct?

      Monday, January 16th 2012

And make more please!

Friday, January 13th 2012

Ronnie,I would like you to explain in your next video, how to pronounce the words ‘through ‘ and ‘throw’. and i also want to congratulate you for the great job that you’ve been doing. You are amazing ! kisses and thanks :)

Friday, January 13th 2012

I writ this msg now when i lerned english from engvid i thank ms.ronnie

Saturday, January 14th 2012

Give us more lesson

Saturday, January 14th 2012

Thanks Ronnie for your time ,It’s really useful .God bless you.

Saturday, January 14th 2012

mrs ronnie
i’m so happy to know yo today
I’m an Egyptian, I enjoyed quite a way of your explanation, you are very wonderful teacher
thank you very much and we will wait your new vid.

Sunday, January 15th 2012

Ronnie I love the way you explain your class, thank you

Sunday, January 15th 2012

hi Ronnie . hope u got me . i m rawail ur medieval student who then left working over the web! . But now am back after a long time . Happy New Year to u and Canada ! May God keep u and Canada everlasting and cheering ! . i want to ask u somethin concerning english that can ya assist me like providing me with some slangs ! i be waiting for ya . hope the message is replied earlier than to be late . Bye and take care

Monday, January 16th 2012

    Look at the site there are many new lessons on slang! Also. check out http://www.urbandictionary.com it is a slang dictionary!!!!!!

    Tuesday, January 17th 2012

Hi Ronnie . How r ya ? well , in the quiz i got 8 out of 10. Was it good plz reply me back

Monday, January 16th 2012

I am a big fan of a way to explain

Monday, January 16th 2012

can you help me in conjunctions grammar?

Monday, January 16th 2012

Hi Ronnie, just i want to say that u´re one of my favorite eachers in this page.
Also, u are very nice person. U like me

Tuesday, January 17th 2012

In your opinin How learning english exactly ?

Wednesday, January 18th 2012

    Live in an English speaking country.

    Sunday, January 22nd 2012

thank you so much Ronnie, you are the best!

Wednesday, January 18th 2012

Hi Ronnie, I’d like to ask a very bewildered question.. What is the difference between (I remember doing and I remembered to do) can I say (I remember to do?? my last Question is if there is in english (I remembered doing????? plz give me examples. thnk u teacher by the way I like ur way of teaching ,u r such a fabulous teacher.

Wednesday, January 18th 2012

    I remember doing = something you did as a habit in the past. Eg. I remember going to the park when I was 5.
    I remembered to do = One thing you remembered to do. Ex.. I remembered to wash the car.

    Sunday, January 22nd 2012

      Thank you I got your point.

      Sunday, January 22nd 2012

hai,how to speak english properly?

Thursday, January 19th 2012

Thanks

Thursday, January 19th 2012

im from pakistan and i watch your all lesson i just want to say you are the best teacher in the world if i got a chance i will meet you i will try to come in your country for study

Thursday, January 19th 2012

Hi, Ronnie
you are a great teacher. you have a special method of teaching. I am happy about joining engvid

Thursday, January 19th 2012

hallo…>
i like you
i love you….my sweet opk

Friday, January 20th 2012

Thanks Ronnie!! Your lessons are great!!!

What’s the difference between “trip” and “travel”?

Friday, January 20th 2012

Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! You are amazing teacher Ronnie!

Saturday, January 21st 2012

Hello Ronnie! Thank you for the great lesson!) Can you do please a lesson on Direct and Indirect Speech? I’m looking forward.

Saturday, January 21st 2012

    OK! I will!

    Sunday, January 22nd 2012

      Thank you very much!=)

      Monday, January 23rd 2012

Hi there
Thank you very much for your lectures

Saturday, January 21st 2012

Hello, Ronnie! Did i write correctly your name or no? If no, accept my apologies-) I like to learn English with your funny lessons. My level is beginner, so i didn’t learn “perfect” tenses, but, it seems to me, you will understand me-). I know, i make mistakes, and I learn from it, as you said in some of the your lessons. I study English in Kazakstan, and it is first of problem in studing a language. Because around me i hear a lot of languages- Russian, Kazakh, Chinese, except English, i often forget what i learned in last lessons) I hope, you and your lessons will help me on my way in learning English) So, what do you advise to me?
P.S. Please, correct my mistakes, but remember, i learned only Present Continious, simple, Past and Future Simple=)
Cheers!
Ramil

Sunday, January 22nd 2012

Thank you!

Sunday, January 22nd 2012

I am Mongolian girl… This lesson is very important ….
Thank You So much :))

Sunday, January 22nd 2012

Mrs ronnie ,I’ve important question plz
I find very much videos in this site very motivating .
how can I start with right arrangement to maximize my english language.grammer first? or idioms?.. or what?
finally thank u very much for your way in explaining.

Tuesday, January 24th 2012

    I would start with beginner lessons – learn vocabulary first, then basic grammar. Idioms are very difficult!!!

    Thursday, January 26th 2012

hey ronnie . ihave a disease of madness so do you know will i get rid of my stupid madnass . awaits for your answer bye .

Wednesday, January 25th 2012

    Sure you will! Good luck!

    Thursday, January 26th 2012

hi ronniie . i want to ask you something . i dont know english . plz explain me thanks

thank you

Wednesday, January 25th 2012

Thanks, a good explanation of the topic.

Thursday, January 26th 2012

I made a research about the difference between British and American language in most of the sides,so could you look at it please?
if you agree I send it to you teacher.

Thursday, January 26th 2012

    ok! I’ll read it!

    Thursday, January 26th 2012

I love British English sooo-much !!

Friday, January 27th 2012

hi
if we want to test our self what shod we do

Saturday, January 28th 2012

thank you ronnie.

Monday, January 30th 2012

You scored 4 out of 5.
:D :D i love listening & watching u actually :) u’re amazing teacher i ever seen in my life :)))) Thxx for your Great work :) ;) have fun in ur life & god bless your dayss :) ;)

Monday, January 30th 2012

very nice lesson thank you

Tuesday, January 31st 2012

Hi Ronnie!
Thanks a lot for your lessons and the way of teaching!

Wednesday, February 1st 2012

thanks a lot dear ronnie :)

Wednesday, February 1st 2012

can i ask one question ? where is the topic for hotel and restaurant? coz i m studying abt this major. thanks so much :)

Saturday, February 4th 2012

hi u did’t reply me

Sunday, February 5th 2012

you’re lessons are very interesting . i like them very much

Monday, February 6th 2012

Amazing teacher

Saturday, February 11th 2012

thanx

Thursday, February 16th 2012

nice lesson, thanx, Ronnie. You are so good a teacher!

Sunday, February 19th 2012

Hi Ronnie!
you are really really fantastic teacher
your explanation is excellent
you are the first teacher in the team
my best wishes

Thursday, February 23rd 2012

thanx ronnie they are very useful

Tuesday, February 28th 2012

Hi Ronnie, thank you so much for your contribution towards teaching English as second language. You know I love the way you are greeting your audience … “hi there my name is RRRONNIE”.
Stay safe,
Z

Wednesday, February 29th 2012

Hi ronnie
thx you
and actually my language is not well also i have problem about how to start to learn English and how to save the vocabulary . And if you have Institute can i joined plz tell me.And sorry if i bother you this my email ashdawh2009@hotmail.com if you can help me thx again

Wednesday, March 7th 2012

hi teacher can we use these word in canada

Sunday, March 11th 2012

    Yup!

    Wednesday, March 14th 2012

Like like like !!!!

Wednesday, March 14th 2012

dear ranne first i would like to thank you so much for your videos i realy like it and watch them daily but i would like to ask if you can teach us the bussiness corespondance word so i can easily send a profficional email to my colleges

Tuesday, March 27th 2012

very nice

Tuesday, March 27th 2012

Hi Ronnie!I want to ask you if is possible to make a leson about the work in the hotel,how you say at room,bad,stairs and all the thinks from the hotel,becouse in one month I will work in the hotel and I dont know to speak english very good.I looked on the internet how can say but the problem I dont know very good to prononce all,for ex at elevator?Thank you very much Ronnie for all your leson and I hope to help me.

Thursday, March 29th 2012

    Unfortunately, i will not be able to make a lesson and have it on the site in one month.
    What job will you be doing at the hotel? Please tell me the words you need help saying and I will tell you!
    Ele -vay-ter (ele like elephant)
    Bed (not bad)

    Thursday, March 29th 2012

      Thank you very much becouse you made time to answer me,I will work as a maid,and I looked on the internet all the words I need, but how I told you yesterday I dont know how is the prononce.And I have another question.The verb ,,to be,, at the negative forme.At the present time it is I AM NOT? At the past tense it is I WAS NOT?Becouse I am very confuse with this negative form at the present and the past tense.For exemple:I dont know the answer.I didnt know the answer(at negative forme in the past tense I use didnt and the present forme at the verb. Thank you very much Ronnie.

      Friday, March 30th 2012

        Yes, you are correct! At the present time it is I AM NOT. At the past tense it is I WAS NOT.
        Please write a list of what words you need help saying! Also, you can look at an online dictionary and there is usually a button you can press to hear the word!!!!!!!!!

        Tuesday, April 3rd 2012

Hi! Ronnie!
You are very energetic person. And the same time you are cool teacher! I enjoy learning foreign language.
With you I desire new knowledge.

Saturday, March 31st 2012

Ms Ronnie,I’m very confused about the usages of the following tenses :past simple,past perfect,present perfect please help me with some videos that illustrate the differences between them

Saturday, March 31st 2012

Thank you for your response!I will look on the internet online dictionary.And please can you tell me if is corect what I will writte you now?When I ask a person something I must to put DO-at the present time:DO you eat?,all the time when I ask something to say with DO?At the past I put DID and the verb it is at the present time??DID you eat?And with DONT,it is at the present time,and DIDNT at the past,and when I use DIDNT the verb it is at the present time???I DIDNT LOSE THE BOOK!Please to answer me becouse I am very confuse with this.thank you and a big hug for you!!!

Wednesday, April 4th 2012

The British wording for directional signal is not correct. “Blinkers” (almost always used only in its plural form) is very informal – the usual word is “Indicator” or “Indicators”. I have never ever heard the word “winker” used – I think you would be laughed at for this!

Wednesday, April 4th 2012

Also, your description of “crossroads” in British English is a little off. I think the more general translation of “intersection” into British English would be “junction”.

The use of the word “crossroads” in British English usually conveys information about the type of junction i.e. there would be a major route with no traffic restrictions crossed by a minor route where drivers must give way. It would not usually be used to describe a traffic-light controlled junction or a roundabout.

As a result of this, “crossroads” in British English would be mostly a rural thing too.

Wednesday, April 4th 2012

I don’t think “Motorway” is the best translation for highway, either.
“Motorway” in British English refers only to the highest class of highway which has special laws and regulations. I grew up in a city that was 80 miles from the nearest motorway, yet to get to it I could still drive along a 6-lane major road!

Wednesday, April 4th 2012

Soon I’m going to buy a car. So thanks to your lesson I may look like a professional driver when bying it.

Sunday, April 15th 2012

I loved this lesson!
great!!

Monday, April 16th 2012

was the sentec that we had in this lesson.

Wednesday, April 18th 2012

Learned a lot, very informative video many thanks! :)

Thursday, April 19th 2012

    you can do that by watching english movies and songs .i wish good luck for you .i like india because it is agreat country and my friend is there.

    Monday, December 31st 2012

Hello our best teachers i would like to thanks all of you and i have a suggestion that if you can give us same ideas about how to read books;short story.Thanks

Thursday, April 19th 2012

Hi Ronnie I hope you are happy.
Really I totally understand you thanks for your effort for teaching us real English language. So these lessons are very useful for conversation than our schools, which they teach us English in very bad manner and rude. I can read and write English but I can’t speak and heard when I’m talking with English or American people.
Thank you my teacher.

Tuesday, May 1st 2012

I love the way u teach

Wednesday, May 2nd 2012

hello ronnie… a question for you…i have heard that the blinker or twinker… or directional light.. isnt called turn lights???? thanks

Monday, May 14th 2012

    Perhaps in some parts of the English speaking world but I have never heard that expression! When you say “turn lights” I do understand what you mean though!

    Monday, May 14th 2012

Ronnie,

You are the best :D Your lessons are very usefull and funny.
Thanks and greetings from Poland :)

Thursday, May 17th 2012

Since how much time has you been coming?

Is it correct?

Saturday, May 19th 2012

I know about another word to define a truck, the one is lorry… I’m not sure if they can be used unchangeably!

Saturday, May 19th 2012

my teacher Ronie .
I’m not able to describe you .you are great teacher
thanks alot

Tuesday, May 22nd 2012

You are very good teacher
please, can you give me advice , I want to learn English very well so how i can use the good materials that you introduce in this site,I see alot of good teacher but how i use it, that mean i must first to beginner and go to intermediate and run to advanced, or what i must do ,
I know this site is more exited and give me alot of information , can you help me please ,
full thanks to my beautiful teacher .
I am from Egypt . My dream talk like you . Thanks alot again.

Thursday, May 31st 2012

    Yes, start at the beginner lessons then continue on! Good luck!!!!

    Thursday, May 31st 2012

Deadly lesson…Ronie.

Sunday, June 10th 2012

I like this lesson. Thanks a lot teacher.

Sunday, June 24th 2012

i love the way you teach :)

Wednesday, June 27th 2012

I have a question after watching your “British & American English: Cars & Driving Vocabulary” lesson.

After consulting a dictionary, I doubt that bumper and fender seem to be different parts of a car rather than the same part with two names. Is that the case or I misunderstood you?

this is a reference:
http://www.learners-dictionary.com/art/ld/car_rev.gif

I watched some your lessons. They are great and I love them.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Vernon Wang

Wednesday, June 27th 2012

thanks. great video))))

Monday, July 2nd 2012

Hi, Ronnie,
It´s hard to find people like you all, giving your time and knowledge for free.
Congratulations for having a heart like that. Now my question: Is there any difference between american and canadian english accents?
God bless you all. Thanks!

Tuesday, July 17th 2012

thx 4 all ronnie…

Thursday, July 19th 2012

Hey Ronnie, you are a fantastic teacher, but please don’t confuse America (the continent) with the United States (a country).

Monday, July 23rd 2012

My favorite word is manual – standard. I’d love to drive a stick shift. It might be hard changing gears, but otherwise, the car would be driving.

Monday, August 6th 2012

Hello Ronnie,

I really appreciate your teaching :)
But could you please fix the following mistake (everyone makes mistakes as you like to say):
a Bumper in UK is also a Bumper in US/CAN.
Fender is a different stuff (for motorcycle).

Greeting,
Mohamed

Friday, November 2nd 2012

quite interesting! haha, dead bodies or alive bodies inside the boot!

Tuesday, November 13th 2012

ronnie can u tell good reading book names pleeeeeeeeeees .i wont to improve my english

Wednesday, November 21st 2012

Love your lessons Ronnie, but I don’t know anyone that calls their INDICATOR a blinker ha ha…..

Monday, November 26th 2012

pretty good

Monday, November 26th 2012

Hi Ronnie! I love the way u make your lessons.
U teach with a lot of humour. Should act in movies cause u have such a charisma. Gonna wait for new lessons ))))!!

Monday, December 3rd 2012

hii ronnie…..
could you pls explain where to use MAY and MIGHT…?

Monday, December 10th 2012

Good Lessom :)

Monday, January 21st 2013

your teaching is very nice. i am very happy

Friday, February 8th 2013

Thanks a lot!

Sunday, April 7th 2013

Thank you so much.

Sunday, June 23rd 2013

Ronnie you are the teacher in engvid.

Monday, September 2nd 2013

Ronnie) thanks for such interesting lessons) you’re a good teacher and always lift my mood! (like chocolate :D) thank you very much!)

Sunday, September 8th 2013

Thanks a lot!

Friday, October 25th 2013

thanks ronnie…

Monday, December 2nd 2013

yeah
thanks for this lesson
do you know something
if i was in your age i would like to marry you
lol
i appreciate your geat attempt to help us
Ps /out lesson/ what does grate mean

Thursday, January 2nd 2014

In Indonesia, English is used only in international public service such as airports, hotels, bank, etc. Many people have a good vocabulary but don’t understand grammar at all. They speak in English but with Indonesian Grammar. American and British English are mixed and blended, To Foreigner we say “Crossroad” to call a crossed-by wide roads ( at least 4 tracks) and “Intersection” for narrow crossed-by streets. “Pavement” is a kind of “Sidewalk” where people may also selling merchandise and foods on it, while “Sidewalk” is specialized only for taking a walk.

Sunday, January 19th 2014

Thanks for the valuable lesson ronnie.. :) i’m an indian, i don’t know which english do we use, is it american or british??

Sunday, January 19th 2014

Thank you Ronnie for all lessons , I have question : What the different between main street and highway ?

Friday, January 24th 2014

tnx teacher :)

Friday, June 6th 2014

Thanks Ronnie!

Sunday, August 3rd 2014

ok, 100 % Thanks Ronnie

Wednesday, August 13th 2014

Ok, excellent Ronnie!

Thursday, September 4th 2014

new words thanks

Sunday, September 21st 2014
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