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When a native speaker says "gonna", they mean:

"I'm ________ kick your ass!"

"Wanna" is the way native speakers often pronounce:

"I'm _________ have to sell my car."


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481 Comments on “Talk like a native speaker – “gonna”, “haveta”, “wanna””


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Teacher Ronnie is really cool.
Thank you Ronnie.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    yes she is cool and i like the she teach

    Wednesday, December 14th 2011

    Yes and i like her teach method

    Tuesday, November 27th 2012

    I love Ronnie. Her voice is so good

    Wednesday, July 17th 2013

    Yeah you’re right we all like this lovely teacher and the way she teaches . i have learnt a lot of with her i just need practice English because it is not our official language . Thank you Ms.Ronnie !

    Monday, October 7th 2013

If i said “you gotta do some thing” it will be right ?

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    I think it’s not right
    you must say “you’re gotta do something”

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      it’s right
      you can’t say gotta after verb to be.
      so You gotta … (without are )

      Sunday, October 30th 2011

        i agree.gotta means going to but going to always go with gotta.because it is equal “WILL”

        Thursday, November 10th 2011

          I think going to equals gonna not gotta
          gotta means got to. If i’m not mistaken

          Monday, November 14th 2011

      actually you r wwong and kiro is right

      Sunday, July 1st 2012

    you’re right !

    Sunday, October 30th 2011

      yes you’re right

      Friday, November 4th 2011

new but easy

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

I’d like you to tell something.I’ve been listening you and others teachers on engvd and watching the videos for past six months and I think that my english has improved much.Actually Ronnie you can’t believe that my morning starts off listening your’s and other teacher’s voice and night ends up with you too.I can feel that I am in a classroom and learning english with you.These videos and the explanation of everything you give is really awesome.I really appreciate your teaching..I wanna ask you one question-Is it possible to make a sentence in english without using a verb?And I wanna clarify another thing that is-Everything we think or do or say we must use a verb with a subject which actually causes that action and an object which receives the same.Doesn’t English work in this way?Because when I hear you ,I notice that whatever you describe or tell you use the action word alongwith the actiondoers.I’d like you to solve this problem because I can’t proceed ahead without clarifying it..plz I’m looking forward to your reply…

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    You cannot have a proper sentence without a verb!
    Yes, you are correct~!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      this is may be short comands like
      Аtention!
      Short response like: Yes!(without I do or it Is or somtehing else). But may be that is not sentence justy expression or phrase. May be there are some phrases without object only verb. Stay! Move! Down! Wrung Up! )))

      Friday, November 4th 2011

      Hi !
      Ronnie isn’t it something wrong is this sentence please look up this paragraph again .

      Wednesday, November 9th 2011

      Dear ronnie,

      i wanna ask you one thing shall i use wanna , gonna, gotta and hafta in my official mail.. pls advise me..pls

      Saturday, March 3rd 2012

        No – only in speaking or casual mail!

        Sunday, March 4th 2012

          Hi Ronnie! I’m very happy to get chance to learn lotsa English lessons from you. I really like the way you teach us. I have heaps of questions to you. Some people told me when you sit for speaking and writing test of IELTS you can’t use wanna, gonna and gotta etc, Is that true? The another question is that English is my second language and I’ve been living in Australia more than one year and I love to watch English movies, For me which way actually is better to watch the movies, when I watch movie at home with the English subtitles or without. Can you suggest me please? I just wanna learn English because I wanna be a good English speaker, writer, reader and listener because It’s my dream.

          Sunday, June 17th 2012

          When you do IETLS DO NOT use wanna, gonna, gotta!!! It is “slang”.
          If you CAN understand the movies without subtitles, that is great but very difficult! I recommend watching them first with subtitles, then without!! Good luck!

          Monday, June 18th 2012

      what the meaning of (I am gonna have to sell car)

      Tuesday, July 16th 2013

    The way you write for a learner impressed me. Your attention would be a gift for a beginner like me. Congratulations.

    Wednesday, April 11th 2012

“Lotsa” I think also derived from “lots of”… Maybe
Thank you Ronnie for lesson

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

thank u very much for your lesson , it was awesome

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

hi mem ronnia how r u i really like this video about gonna wanna

but lital bit confussion
can i how to use it
for example: i wanna gotsa pizza
that is crect increct

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    You can say ” I wanna get some pizza”! Or I want “lotsa” pizza. Listen to the video again! You must keep the grammar rules but just change the pronunciation!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      can i say ?

      i wanna lotsa pizza

      Wednesday, December 12th 2012

      Hi Ronie…it’s the first time im here…how about if the subject is the third personal pronoun..for example, can I say “she wanna study with me”, and also in the past ” he wanna hit me yesterday”…

      Wednesday, October 16th 2013

every video is very useful thanks lotsa :)

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

she is exactly a good teacher.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

thanks

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

thank you teacher Ronie..

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

it’s really usful information, i heard it today …

thanks Ronnie for your effort ^_^

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

I gotta say it’s been a great lesson, I don’t know why in institutes of English they are reluctant to teach these things.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

I LOVE YOUR TEACHING WAY
IT MAKES EVERY THING EASY
THANKS ALOT
MY BEST REGARDS

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    hi dear best teacher i’m from Afghanistan-Bamyan, so i love your teaching way and i dont have any especial comment, just i wana thanks form you services, so could you say how to downlod the file for learning? so please please guide me, becouse i love to be your student for learning english, so please help me, thanks have anice time, bye

    Friday, November 11th 2011

good teaching

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thank you Ronie ,you can’t imagine how fast I’m learning ,you are a wonderful teacher you make me fell secure and comfortable in this process

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    Cool! I’m happy to hear this!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      Your name like a song. I remember some words from it. “I alwayz said somethig ‘rong with little strange Ronnie Long”. It’s amazing song. You are amazing woman. Perphaps everyone love you.

      Friday, November 4th 2011

      correct you are amazing teacher!

      Friday, January 6th 2012

      Ronnie, can you elaborate on the negative pronunciation form of woulda, shoulda, coulda, and musta?

      Wednesday, March 12th 2014

Thanks Ronnie.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

thnks for dis wonderful lessons :)

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Hi Ronnie, I really like your lessons and I’m happy that I’ve found this website :)
I have one question regarding this lesson … what’s the difference between gotta (have got to) and hafta (have to)?? I’m little bit confused :(
Thank you for your reply in advance.
Have a nice day

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    Gotta is quite slang, whereas have to is a little more formal!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      Hi Ronnie, regarding to your answer just above, is “hafta” a quite slang compared to “have to”? And if yes, is it the same for all the others?

      Thanks!

      Monday, November 7th 2011

        Yes, hafta= have to. It is not really slang, it is just how we say it when we speak really fast!

        Monday, November 7th 2011

          Ok, thank you for your answer I hafta train to speak fast English :)

          Tuesday, November 8th 2011

Great lessone thank you so much ms.Ronnie ;)

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    hello hanody
    are you working or home studing

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

i like this way of teaching

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thanks a lot ms.Ronnie :)

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thank you Ms.Ronnie it’s a great lesson

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thanks! It is very useful!

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Hi Ronnie ; its a great vedio and helpful for communication.thanks a lot and i gonna apply thais….have a great day…

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thaanks! It is very good!

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Dear Ms. Ronnie,
Thank you so much for your lesson.
In your lesson “How to talk about mistakes and regrets”, you have taught us for the modal “should” for example: I should have studied (Pronunciation part: I should of studied). Is it O.K if we pronunce “shoulda” instead of “should of”? or what is your recommendation if any?

Your reply is appreciated.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    YES!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

great lesson!!tank,s ronnie..regards me for all the tacher in engvid.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

I gotta learn english, I musta practiced every single day,I hafta say u r great teacher. thanks a million lovely Ronnie.

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

I was wondering what happened with Ronnie. Long time since you have published a video. I missed you :( By the way, PLEASE do another video about pronunciation I love the way you teach it

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Thanks Ronnie! Yours lessons are so great!

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Hi Ronnie, Your way of Teaching is just awesome

Could you help me any of these

1. Phrasal Verb (Transitive/Intransitive/Separable/Inseparable)
2. Embedded Question
3. Sentences ends with Preposition.

I really appreciate it.

Thanks

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

    Search on engvid for these lessons!

    Wednesday, October 26th 2011

      could you pls make a video lesson about Subordinate Conjunctions? like although…

      Thursday, October 27th 2011

i enjoy to listen you English Lesson ^_^
your so good.

I’m from philippines ♥

Tuesday, October 25th 2011

Ronnie, you’re pretty funny. thanks!

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Hi Ronnie!
Could You or any of engvid teachers make a lesson about “Questioning the subject”. I think that would be very interesting. Thank you!

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Thanks Alot Teacher GOOD JOD

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

madam very nice lecture on native words thinks for giving us knowledge

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

amazing ilove your way of teaching

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

hi rannie
thank you for lesson it,s great for me when i listen i learn more so i,m happy. i wish one day speak english same as you

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

modern style of speaking

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

thank you

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Hi Ronnie,
Your lessons are useful not only for the students who want to learn or improve their English but also for the teachers of English(like me)from other countries(I’m from Romania).I’ve learnt from you how to teach,how to explain many things to my students…Thank you a lot ! You’re great teachers and I’ve enormously learnt from your experience…Best wishes,Adina

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Ronni ‘ you are pretty funny teacher . T like your way to teach us and I’ve benefit a lot from that way . Thank you so sooooooooooooo much.

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Hello teacher Ronnie, you really are a very loved teacher, congratulation.

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Great Lesson, Thanks

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

thanks teacher , it’s very interesting

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Thank you for this lesson

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

good

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

thanks Ronnie

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

you are really a good teacher ronnie…thanx 4 teaching with easily methods

Thursday, October 27th 2011

HI RONNIE!.
FOR ME YOU’RE THE BEST TEACHER OVER THE WORLD TEACHING.
I GOTTA LEARNING ENGLISH FOR A LONG TIME, SINCE A FOUND THIS WEBSITE IT HAS BEEN EASIER LEARNING. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

Thursday, October 27th 2011

Hi Rhonnie!I think this is the best website to learn how to speak English. Thank for giving more example.. Can you please correct my English if I type it wrong here.. I wanna learn more English.. Thank you again..

Thursday, October 27th 2011

i don’t understant meaning sorta and kinda

Thursday, October 27th 2011

    Kinda = kind of
    Example:
    I don’t like this kind of food.
    I know that kind of people.

    etc.

    Tuesday, March 25th 2014

THANK YOU )

Thursday, October 27th 2011

I can’t listen your lessons without laughing!! Your lessons are very interesting and useful!!!

But, i wanna ask. Is that sentences correct?
I’m going to draw = I am gonna draw;
or i must say
I’m going to draw = I gonna draw. ?

Thursday, October 27th 2011

    You have to keep the verb “to be”, so you have to say I’m gonna draw!

    Thursday, October 27th 2011

Hi Miss Ronnie!…Just in a moment, I was searching in google information about passive causative, because that’s the topic that I’m learning in this month…well I saw this page and I really liked but I have a doubt, when I use “gotta”, you said that it is used with “I’ve” right? but I’d like to know if “got” is the of “go” or “get”, I’m very confused, please help me with some examples…
Thanks a lot!!!

Thursday, October 27th 2011

    get-got-gotten
    go-went-gone

    Sunday, October 30th 2011

very good explaination ronney you are great

Friday, October 28th 2011

i like the way You teach Ronnie, your lessons are useful for the students who want to learn or improve their English,i’m not a good learner i have very bad memory,and it haven’t be easy for me to learn English.but following you way i’m getting a little be better.thank you x x x x x

Friday, October 28th 2011

tanks alotsa ^^

Friday, October 28th 2011

usefull bt simple. thank u so much.

Friday, October 28th 2011

hhhhhhhhhhhh i got 2/4

Friday, October 28th 2011

    You mean song 2by4
    This like that
    I wanna make you
    Shake you take you
    I wanna be the one who brake you

    Friday, November 4th 2011

hi!Ronnie i’m new in your site ,i’m studying in MADAGASCAR.
My writing is correct or no ? i wanna know to write and speck fluently,that i can ?
I’m Malagasy.

Friday, October 28th 2011

Teacher Ronnie is really cool.
Thank you Ronnie.
manuel.

Friday, October 28th 2011

The way you have taught me was wonderful and i liked it. thanks

Saturday, October 29th 2011

we really need a video lesson about “When to use (in,on and at)” or rather “prepositions”, I’ll appreciate that…
Thanks a lot, your lessons are very useful…

Saturday, October 29th 2011

that is wonderfull….great…..excellent………..:)

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Interesting lesson Ronnie :) thank You

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Hi , my name is gabriela ( 14 years ) and i’m from brazil . I’m loving your classes , its very cool . I study on CNA ( CULTURAL NORTH AMERICAN ) in my city Praia Grande.I’m in level pre – advanced 1 . I access this website and i’m loving . The explanations of the teachers are really great . I wait make a travel abroad soon . This website help a lot !
Xoxo , Gaby .

Saturday, October 29th 2011

you guys are awesome! I really need to improve my english. coz this is the reason why im aloof to people. I’m not really good in speaking english, Hope i will learn here. More power!

Saturday, October 29th 2011

U r funny thank U for the listen 

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Hi there,
Dear Ronnie,I’m really in2 English,particularly
video lessons but ever n never I’ve seen them,
actually it’s not possible 2 see them on line or even through donload,I just check the comments n learn some,,
Would u mind 2 lend a helping hand??!
Tnx in advance.

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Thank’s for the lesson, Ronnie. For us, this kind of lessons is very important to improve the pronunciation.

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Hello Ronnie, Thanks for your help. You really refreshed my memory. I’m going to start College 11-13. I know I’ll be ready for english. Thanks, Lori

Saturday, October 29th 2011

hello my best teacher ronnie,thank you for all your lessons it is very usefule and nice too lik you. teacher i have a qustion for you i hope from you to answer .(HOW CANI IMPROVE MY SPEAKING(english language )?I really appreciate it. I hope YOU to help me because I write some QUASTIONS to other teacher and I need the answer but noone write to me any comment pleeese I need IT(necesary_)goodbye

Saturday, October 29th 2011

    Search on ENGVID for “conversation” – I have done 3 more videos to help you!!! Or you can just search my videos and you will find them!

    Sunday, October 30th 2011

hey ronnie!!i have a problem with my “s” words.i don’t know when i have to use “s” in a sentence and when i should not use “s”.for example :

you agree to be bound by the terms of license.
you agree to be bound by the term of license.

i have two cats?
i have two cat?

please include your easy example to make me more understand.tq for your help.

Sunday, October 30th 2011

    If you have more then one, you ALWAYS have to use “S” with uncountable nouns.
    2 cats.
    If the lease and only one term, you can say term of the lease. If the lease has many terms, you need the “s”!

    Sunday, October 30th 2011

      tq for your reply ronnie =) …if u could make a video on how to use “s”,when to use “s” and when not to use “s” in the sentence that will be fantastic..

      Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

      than not then teaaaaacheeeer!:-)

      Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

        What the hell?!!Easy going!
        Hi there,hope all’s well with u.,
        By the way,did u pass IELTS?!If yes,how was it??In fact I’m gonna take part in too.
        Goodluck with ur English!

        Friday, January 27th 2012

          yeap,i passed it and it was really difficult…!but i wish my best for u,
          and now bcoz of moving i don’t have internet at home but after that u can have my boost with this:sadeghsafari@rocketmail.com
          hope to see uuu.

          Sunday, January 29th 2012

thank u so much …

Sunday, October 30th 2011

Ronnie I’d like to ask you for a lesson about the vocabulary for “going to the hairdresser”. I need to have my hair cut but I’m very afraid about how to explain what I want. Thanks :)

Sunday, October 30th 2011

thanks my teacher ronnie.

Sunday, October 30th 2011

Hi miss Ronnie i like your teaching way.
thanks and regards,

Sunday, October 30th 2011

Ronnie is a perfect teacher,how nicely and clearly she explains The lessons,I appreciate your contribution,Thank u.

Sunday, October 30th 2011

ronnie i like ur way of teaching , and i wanna learn more lessen from you …

Really ur a nice teacher,please suggest me how to improve my English, listening skills, speaking skills , and vocabs .

Monday, October 31st 2011

Ronnie, which sentence is correct:
The faith is something that keep us alive, or,
The faith is something that keeps us alive. Please make this clear for me. Thank you in advance.

Monday, October 31st 2011

    “The faith is something that keeps us alive”. Faith is singular so you need to put an “s” on the verb. He/she/it all need an “s”!

    Monday, October 31st 2011

Hi Ronnie,
This lesson is quite well. Can make more videos like this?

Monday, October 31st 2011

hi dear teacher
l really appreciate you tired for your videos.please Mrs Ronnie l need your help,l confused between pronoun (it) and(she/he-are used for animate) let me give you example
where is the cat? she is under the bed.
why we didn’t say ( it’s under the bed)??please help me.lam looking forward to your reply.thnks again

Monday, October 31st 2011

    We can only call cats/pets by he or she if we know if it is male/female. We call animals “it”. However, when we have a pet, we think of it as part of the family so we call it “he or she”!

    Monday, October 31st 2011

      thanks a lot for your reply dear Ronnie,l appreciate it

      Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

I listened to song for Britney Spears : its name :” gimme more”
so: I wanna ask you and help me , please
“gimme more” like a meaning ” give me more”
I mean : ” gimme more” = ” give me more”
like :” wanna” =” want to” on this as.
the last thing , I wanna say it
in American English . the people say :” tryin” not “trying”
I mean: “V+ ing” in grammer but th American people say :”V+in” without “g”
I wanna thank you and James and Rebecca and all you.
for help and for learning. you are good woman.

Monday, October 31st 2011

    Wow – please dont get your grammar or anything remotely to do with “English” from Britney.

    Monday, October 31st 2011

Hi, I’m sorry but:
I say : I wanna or I’m wanna
that is in your questions
I know from ago : I wanna
thank you, the most wonderful teacher

Monday, October 31st 2011

    You can only say I wanna. NOT I am wanna. You have to use “to be” verb with an adjective!

    Monday, October 31st 2011

I love the way u saying must have like musta musta that’s cool u are a nice teacher Ronnie

Monday, October 31st 2011

Thank you very much. I am intersting.U are best teacher for me.
From CANADA WINNIPEG

Monday, October 31st 2011

Thank you all very thing haved to show

Monday, October 31st 2011

Thanks Ms.Ronnie. I like the way you teach.Cool

Tuesday, November 1st 2011

hi i have problem with speaking English so what is your advice to me please nearly replay thanks for your lessons

Tuesday, November 1st 2011

thank you, it’s very useful, I’m not interesting to talk like native speakers in this way, but it’s useful to understand you. sometimes I watch movies and think what does that mean!

please make more videos about this, we want to know more about these, as [get out of here]

Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

thank you

Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

Very thanks teacher! It was so funny!

Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

hey ronnie, i really like your lesson.. i hope i can speak english very soon.

Thursday, November 3rd 2011

I Wanna thank Ms. Ronnie so much and invite her to get lotsa pizza with drink before gonna my training and hafta tack my car

Thursday, November 3rd 2011

Dear Madam,

I really like your lession because of your method of teaching. i watched most of you lessions and i lerned lot better than school. i appriciate you and other teachers in Engvid.com Thank you very much.

i hope more to learn

Ramu.

Thursday, November 3rd 2011

Hello Ronnie. Thank you for this lesson. I think you are a great English teacher. I need a favor. Could you do a lesson about indirect questions. I don´t understand them. Thank you for everything.

Thursday, November 3rd 2011

Very useful expressions, thanks ;)

Thursday, November 3rd 2011

“I wanna be a native speaker.”

is it correct ?

Friday, November 4th 2011

    Undoubtedly

    Friday, November 4th 2011

Thank You very much for your response. I don’t know who ask you this question. But I have dejavu like it’s me ))
So Ronnie I wanna ask you also ’bout outta is that means Out to?

Friday, November 4th 2011

    it means out of

    Friday, November 4th 2011

    Outta = out of… I ran outta gas.

    Friday, November 4th 2011

Hello Ronnie I really like the way you teach could you please make video about grammars?

I know a lot of things that I learned long time ago but I don’t really know when or how to use them, For example like:

1- The mirror has been broken
2- The mirror had been broken

What’s the difference between these 2 sentences and how do I use the both of them?

Also: was or were + the past participle how do I use this particular grammar and what’s it called?

Please I need some help I got so many questions and I’m looking for answers :(..

Friday, November 4th 2011

    1= present perfect
    2= past perfect.
    Present perfect we use for a past event that was not routine.
    Pat perfect we usually use with another action that happened in the past. Ex. The mirror had been broken after I smashed it.
    was/were + p.p. = passive. We use this when we are most concerned with the action than the person who did the action.
    http://www.engvid.com/easy-introduction-to-passive/

    Friday, November 4th 2011

      Hello

      Well I think that and as far as I know that the first on
      1- is not present perfect, We don’t include the word ”been” if we’re gonna use the present perfect

      for example:

      I’ve read that book once
      is that true?

      Thursday, November 10th 2011

      Hello Ronnie,
      I wonder if the sentence I made below is correct in meanings and tenses:

      When I woke up this morning, I said It was a long night that I had been dreaming about you or should I just use the past tense in that clause:

      It was a long night that I dreamed about you, or It was a long night that I had dreamed about you. Because with the past perfect it happened when there are two actions, with one coming first before another action in the past. So in this sentence is the second verb ”dream” counted as the second action?

      Could you give me the differences between which and what when asking questions?
      Thank you very much indeed.

      Saturday, November 12th 2011

I was looking for English class at Youtube and I found You. I’m brazilian man, maybe the intermediate level. This is the first time I see so good english class.
Congratulations.

Friday, November 4th 2011

every video is very useful thanks lotsa :)

Saturday, November 5th 2011

ms, i cant not understand can you gave me more quizzes

Saturday, November 5th 2011

Hi, Ronnie,I’ve confused between shoulda(should have) and should have (it was pronounce should of) example I should have studied. Or I shoulda studied.which is correct.

Saturday, November 5th 2011

    Both are correct, but when native speakers talk very fast, we say shoulda!

    Sunday, November 6th 2011

Ronnie
You’re great.I loved your explanation.
Thank you so much

Sunday, November 6th 2011

i must thank you

Monday, November 7th 2011

Beautiful Teacher

Monday, November 7th 2011

Really, engvid.com , is the best website that i have visited to learn english, this website make me not visit other websites for leaning english, i wanna thank all people who work in this website

Tuesday, November 8th 2011

Hi,Ronnie,
I don’t know what ” Clear the lulla!”means.
Can you help me , please?I found it in a lesson in an English book and I couldn’t find its sense.
Thank you in advance !
Adina

Tuesday, November 8th 2011

    I have no idea, sorry!

    Tuesday, November 8th 2011

      ono problem

      Wednesday, November 9th 2011

    I know this this is slang word used for penis that’s the Urdu word….

    Thursday, November 10th 2011

Ronny is pretty cool. I like her really much. She explain the lessions very good.

Tuesday, November 8th 2011

    hi bro i think you made a mistake didn’t you? cause you said: “Ronnie is pretty cool”. since pretty here is an adverb which means “quite”,”rather”, or “a little bit”..so i think you better shoulda said “extremely cool”.Am I right Ronnie?

    by the way what I think is that there is a lot of mistakes made by people who translated english words and documented them in a formal way(dictionaries,translation programes..etc)..we should be aware for that.

    finally thank you Ronnie for your leading information

    Thursday, February 9th 2012

Hi Ronnie!
I like you very much! You teach very nicely and I wanna tell you that I gotta haveta sleeeeeeeeeeeeeep!!! Haahahaha! :-)

Tuesday, November 8th 2011

hy, Ronnie,
such a good video for me.

Wednesday, November 9th 2011

You’re nice teacher cuz you know in which way you shoulda teached the student.

Thanks Ronne

Wednesday, November 9th 2011

Teacher Ronnie-thank u so much.

Wednesday, November 9th 2011

Thank you madam, you are so nice teacher. the way you are teaching us is very amazing and i really like it.

Thanks teacher

Wednesday, November 9th 2011

Interesting,
Thank you very much.

Thursday, November 10th 2011

Please, give me more examples. Write down those modals and abreviations in some more examples.

Thanks.

Thursday, November 10th 2011

thank you so much……..

Thursday, November 10th 2011

Mrs. Ronni plz hoe I can use either and neither I send u alot but no answer

Thursday, November 10th 2011

Mrs. Ronni plz how I can use either and neither I send u alot but no answer

Thursday, November 10th 2011

Ronnie,please make a video about American,British, and Australia English…

Thursday, November 10th 2011

    Sorry I don’t know enough Australian English….look on the internet.

    Thursday, November 10th 2011

excuse me but i have one Q ..SOME TIMES People USE Sorta AND KINDA IN The Same Sentence .kinda n sorta have the same meaning when should i say them both like this one ”, it’s kinda sorta necessary” or this ”. I like you kinda, sorta a lot .” btw u’r awesome .tnk u very much

Friday, November 11th 2011

Thank you Ronnie.

Saturday, November 12th 2011

Dear Ronnie, I’m glad I found …… I’m Sri Lankan, working as a teacher I get so many things from you , Thank you so much…

Monday, November 14th 2011

Ronnie,how i can improve my pronunciation problem.Reply me

Tuesday, November 15th 2011

    What do you have problems with??

    Tuesday, November 15th 2011

your website is cool. I luv it!

Wednesday, November 16th 2011

i know the old word how to pronounce it but i don’t know how to pronounce the new age word like
….cache,bullshit like this.

Wednesday, November 16th 2011

    ahahha! If there are words you can’t say, look on-line at a dictionary, they usually give you the pronunciation of the word in both British and American!

    Wednesday, November 16th 2011

how would be -if i say.i gotta read lotsa grammar.

Sunday, November 20th 2011

I’ll begin to think that Japanese language is easier than english!!! Why the hell you have to change pronunciations? Why we cannot make it simple and pronounce it according to the grammar? Now I know why I cannot understand people while speaking, but I’m good at reading, writing and speaking. However, thank you Ronnie for your lesson, you did halp me a lot, love you!!!

Monday, November 21st 2011

You are really great. You just explain the lesson in a very easy way.Thanks

Friday, November 25th 2011

hello teacher
are haveta and hafta the alike
and do the american people use those expressions on the video or just canadian people
thank u a lot for your explanation

Friday, November 25th 2011

oh i made a mistake
alike not the alike
sorry

Friday, November 25th 2011

Very useful lesson,thanks a lot Ronnie!

Friday, November 25th 2011

that’s really great and i really feel more enlightn when i get here so lotsa thanx (lolz)for all of u

Saturday, November 26th 2011

ma’am i would like to say this pls make a class how to explain recently watched movie to my friend and which tense should i use….

Wednesday, November 30th 2011

can we write “wanna” or “gonna” in a texte or an essay, or we just pronounce it like this when we talk??

Thursday, December 1st 2011

    As I said in the video, these are ONLY for speaking – NEVER for writing!

    Saturday, December 3rd 2011

      are hafta and haveta the same
      both mean have to ???

      Sunday, December 4th 2011

        YES!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Monday, December 5th 2011

you are great

Thursday, December 1st 2011

This lesson was very helpfull for me. I had many problems with this words. Thx a lot Ronnie. This site is the best one. I want to know people from all world to talk in English. Send me an e-mail guys: tiago_queiroz18@hotmail.com

Saturday, December 3rd 2011

    I have added you to my hotmail account and this is mine for you:

    feelingheart87@hotmail.com
    ttyl

    Thursday, February 9th 2012

    ı havent heard woulda coulda or musta before..ur way ot teaching us is awesome…thx

    Saturday, June 2nd 2012

I’m from Kurdistan-Iraq i wanna say that u r the best teacher I have ever seen in my life in teaching English language. ur explanation is amazing everyone. hope I wl be ur student in the future. With regards.

Saturday, December 3rd 2011

thank’s for this video is really helpful

Saturday, December 3rd 2011

Hi mam…ur teaching is excellent……GOODLUCK

Sunday, December 4th 2011

Thanks a lot Ronnie

Monday, December 5th 2011

Thank you, Ronnie=)

Monday, December 5th 2011

how can we say adding negative verbs to that words?

Wednesday, December 7th 2011

    We would say “don’t wanna, not gonna, don’t haveta”!!!

    Wednesday, December 7th 2011

You’re great Ronnie!
Last day I thought “I not exacly know what wanna and gonna means” and today I looked on EngVid and what do I see!!!!?
Ronnie is teaching it :D:D
Thx again!

thought

Wednesday, December 7th 2011

Hi Ronnie, you are the best one thanks you for everything here I am learn so much with you and I thought that this lesson is going to be so useful to me….I am so grateful for everything ,,Take care and God bless you and family…..Bye Byee

Thursday, December 8th 2011

hey Ronnie, do you have skype or msn if you have, leave me your contact in my e-mail I´d like to be your friend…this is my e-mail lf_santos_@hotmail,com Thank you so much

Hey guys, if somebody here has skype or msn I wanna add you to practice and learn together..Please add me ….

My skype name and my Msn name. luiz.fernando.castanha lf_santos_@hotmail.com

Thursday, December 8th 2011

    hey yo what up? i´ve seen your add. where ya from, luiz? here´s my e-mail prado_marko@mail.com

    Friday, February 17th 2012

I wish ,i can speake english like you

Friday, December 9th 2011

    dude make it happen . i know you can do it. you just gotta be patient.

    Friday, February 17th 2012

thank you ronnie

Saturday, December 10th 2011

hey ronnie hey every one i have nothing to ask you about well for now but i wanna say ronnie you’r great teacher and i learned so much for you so thank you

Saturday, December 10th 2011

Superb

Tuesday, December 13th 2011

hey ronnie you are too good.. i just listen your lesson, because your speaking style is much better than others…. thanks teacher.. keep it up..

Thursday, December 15th 2011

it’s cool lesson

Thursday, December 15th 2011

thank you so much for that lesson it was verry intersting ! I heard so many times these words but didn’t know what is that mean ! thank you

Tuesday, December 20th 2011

Thank you so much …

Thursday, December 22nd 2011

its really helpful i love the way thatch

Thursday, December 22nd 2011

Hello
Dear Teacher RONNIE
I’m your new student.I’m from Kazakhstan.I really like your lessons and i’m happy that i have found this website.I like this way of teaching.Thank you a lot.

Have a nice day

Ego

Thursday, December 22nd 2011

Why do British people don’t use such expressions?
I think that Americans are using them sorta distinguishing themselves. Anyway we havta get used to hear it. by the way, why don’t you do a lesson about the expression “used to” Ronnie? Maybe you did it yet. Thanks in advance.

Sunday, December 25th 2011

Tnxs a lot Ronnie! I gonna faster my english

Tuesday, December 27th 2011

feel motivated understanding yr explanation.thanks a million!

Wednesday, December 28th 2011

Awesome vid :D thanks

Monday, January 2nd 2012

Hello everyone! I’m new learner from Cambodia.

Friday, January 6th 2012

it was a nice lesson. i wanna ask a question how can i improve my vocabulary. plz tell me about this,

Best regards

Saturday, January 7th 2012

i need ur help ronnie i hv many difficult in english i kove it and i want to learn it plz hlppppp

Sunday, January 8th 2012

i’m wanna have to sell my car?!??! could someone explain it to me please :S !!

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

    I wanna have to sell my car is not a proper sentence. You can say I”m gonna have to sell my car” or “I have to sell my car”, or I wanna sell my car”!

    Tuesday, January 10th 2012

I wana to say thank you .

Thursday, January 12th 2012

Ronnie, your lessons are useful and funny. You make pay attention to yours.

I have a question: there are many differences between American and Canadian english? If so, what are they?

Thanks a lot in advance

Thursday, January 12th 2012

    The differences are in accents and vocabulary.

    Sunday, January 15th 2012

*** correcting: you make me pay attention to yours.

Thursday, January 12th 2012

Good!!! new Ideas for me…

Sunday, January 22nd 2012

You tube is filtered in my country .what shoud I do?

Thursday, January 26th 2012

    Sorry I don’t know! What country are you from?

    Thursday, January 26th 2012

      I am from Iran .I am sure in China it is filtered too. so if it was a way…

      Thursday, February 16th 2012

Thanks Ronnie very much for your lesson I like your way of presenting lesson and your funny way and I will teach my students like you . please , please I want a lesson about connected speech or How can I speak like natives . Thanks Sameh Egypt

Friday, January 27th 2012

I´m gonna watch your videos, teacher ronnie. I wanna learn more englisg, so i shoulda been with lotsa confidence and I speak flunt. Thanks. grettings from monterrey, Mexico.

Saturday, January 28th 2012

Thank for this site to allow us in this site and I pay thank for this whole group who created this site

Saturday, January 28th 2012

just one inquiry,in the quiz,there are want a &want to..although the two of ‘em are correct?!
Anyway,I loved your way of teaching,I gotta say it’s awesome

Tuesday, January 31st 2012

ı warmthly would like to gerat thanks all who created this site benefical for all of us…

all the bset…

Tuesday, January 31st 2012

thanks you for your lesson!
have a nice day.

Tuesday, January 31st 2012

Hi Ronnie
What should we say if we wanna say shoulda (in nagative) instead of (should’nt of )

Wednesday, February 8th 2012

thank u that lesson very interesting

Sunday, February 12th 2012

That was a bad ass lesson.Keep up

Sunday, February 12th 2012

isn’t lotsa closer to lots of than a lot of ? i look forward to your response. by the way, i’m a new, big fan of you.

Monday, February 13th 2012

    Yes.

    Monday, February 13th 2012

      dear ronnie do not think that i´m gone coo coo 4 cocoa puffs. ur da bum

      Friday, February 17th 2012

      dear ronnie please do not think that i´m gone coo coo 4 cocoa puffs. it just that u make people have self-reliance and that is so fawesome. xoxo

      Friday, February 17th 2012

yo ronnie what´s cracking? i´m gonna have to find me a nice beautiful neither american or canidian gurlfrind to improve my english cuz i´ve tried everything such as read, watch tv shows, eventhough websits all in english and do not see any progress on my english skills i think i sucks on this subject. am i wrong? i almost forgot english musicians. just kidding about the gurlfriend thing..lol. yo ronnie, how am i doing?

Friday, February 17th 2012

Ronnie plz why dont you answer my question ? I’m waiting

Saturday, February 18th 2012

realy ilike u ronnie

Sunday, February 19th 2012

Thank yooou very thoughtful and useful lesson

Tuesday, February 21st 2012

Thank you Ronnie!
musta?! haha ;)

Tuesday, February 21st 2012

I’m proud of you my best teachrt

Wednesday, February 22nd 2012

Thank you, Ms. Ronnie! Your lessons are very useful for me. Now I can understand my english-speaking friends better! :)

Saturday, February 25th 2012

Thanks a lot!))

Sunday, February 26th 2012

i get it and it was easy
thanks ronnie

Monday, February 27th 2012

Hi Ronnie you have an special method to teach that is too easy to learn thank you

Monday, February 27th 2012

Ronnie, I like u, I like ur lessons!!!

Tuesday, February 28th 2012

HI RONNIE how r u doing ? i hope u r good, i’m also fn . I hv a question which about those u hv saked us up there it says “I’M_____ KICK UR ASS” and the right ansewr u said “I’M GONNA KICK UR ASS!” so my question is why u nt used wanna as u say “I’M WANNA KICK UR ASS!” or it’s wrong and bytheway which tesns is this i respect ur answer thank u my dear teacher.

Wednesday, February 29th 2012

    I am going (gonna) to kick your ass= future tense.
    You can say I wanna kick your ass – but NOT I am wanna kick your ass!

    Wednesday, February 29th 2012

hi teacher Ronnie you are awesome! I’ve learned lotsa lessons from u, thank you. Well im kinda trying hard english teacher hehe from Philippines I didn’t like my profession coz i know it from the beginning, english is difficult but when i had observe the need of learning english in my country specially in rural areas i can’t help but to pursue this career can u give me some tips on how to be a successful english teacher. You would be my inspiration then and i would be glad to hear it from you! Thank You!

Thursday, March 8th 2012

Hi Ronnie!
I´m from Brazil. I’m loving your lessons. Thank You so much!

Sunday, March 11th 2012

    hi lucia, how if we were learn together?

    Thursday, March 15th 2012

hello, this is really amazing most specially for those students and other people who are not able to understand English… thanks to teacher Ronnie for helping us to understand this lessons. -Jer

Monday, March 12th 2012

easy to understand…i wanna learned more!

Thursday, March 15th 2012

Miss, Ronnie i wanna ask ya a question when we wanna use ”gonna for future” we hafta put am after the subject like this ”’ i gonna go” or ”’i’m gonna go”

Friday, March 16th 2012

    YES – you must always use the to be verb!!!

    Sunday, March 18th 2012

I knew about that web from youtube
it help me a lot in my career to improve my English,Ronnie u r very cool & the best :)

Saturday, March 17th 2012

it’s very useful to me. thanks for teaching. please send your teaching videos to my mail beacause some time i have not get internet connection.

Saturday, March 17th 2012

aha thank u a lots

Sunday, March 18th 2012

Thanks a lot!

Tuesday, March 20th 2012

thnx teacher Ronnie,it’s really a helfull lesson
i think that this lesson is quuite like assimilation no???
i really have a huge problem with assimilation lesson; would you please help me and explain it to me in just few words or give a link that can help
and i’ll be very very thankful
thnx again

Tuesday, March 20th 2012

hi there,im gonna say u r the best teatcher in the world,ur way to learn is very affective,
im realy very excited,by theway im new student.i love ur,im from libya

Wednesday, March 21st 2012

this is the best video to learn English I’ve ever seen.
THANK YOU

Thursday, March 22nd 2012

Hey teacher Ronnie how are you doing;hope you are doing well
thnx so much for this wonderful lesson i think that it’s quite similar to the lesson of assimilation No!???
well i actually have a huge problem with assimilation lesson…would you please help me by telling me a little bit about it or giving me a link that can help me pleasssssssssse
have a great time
bye bye

Thursday, March 22nd 2012

thank you soooooooooooooooooooo much teacher Ronnie i really do appreciate

Friday, March 23rd 2012

Thanks AJ Ronnie, it’s very informative.

Saturday, March 31st 2012

Thanx teacher Ronnie

Monday, April 2nd 2012

Hello
Can I write like
I’m gonna hafta sell my car.

Wednesday, April 4th 2012

    You can only write it in informal situations! If you wrote in on a test, it would be wrong!

    Wednesday, April 4th 2012

Your web page won’t render correctly on my iphone4 – you might want to try and repair that

Thursday, April 5th 2012

Thanks teacher I feel so confident when i use this common with the native speaker. I hope i can learn much more in your web site, to improve and develop my English speaking.

Sunday, April 8th 2012

Hi Ms. Ronnie. I have a question about using the word “gonna” instead of going to. Last night I talked to my husband and i used the word “gonna” and he corrected me. He said “Never in my life I use the word gonna”. According to him, it is not proper to use that kind of word and we had a fight just because of this and I tried to explain it to him coz that is what I learned from this lesson.But he said in north America they didn’t usually use the word “gonna” instead of going to!!! I wanna hear your opinion. Thanks.

Thursday, April 12th 2012

    Whoa! That sucks you guys had a fight! I use gonna all the time – never written, always spoken.

    Thursday, April 12th 2012

Yeah, It really sucks. And I was not satisfied I asked my ESL teacher tonight about the word “gonna” and he said “people who use the word gonna is kind of lo-so or low society and not that smart or didn’t go to school”. And then I realized not to use the word “gonna” anymore instead of going to. lol

Thursday, April 12th 2012

It is so cool. I wanna learn negative Sentences as below. Should not have – shouldn´t have – shouldnave..or might not have – mighnada..cos there are so many silent letters , d or t or h are gone..would, should, might, could , will, shall, or something, Can you tell me pronounciation of Linking of Modal Verb Nagative Sentences ? Thank you ,Dear Ronnie .

Saturday, April 14th 2012

    What you have written as examples are great!

    Sunday, April 15th 2012

cos I had so many problem..It´s kinda like Link of Modal Verb sounds
I knew all of words..might, should, would, whatever , But I can not recognize the words which I have already known or leanrt..This is Probelm..I can not catch the sound ” not “,, cos They do not say
” not ” but also na, or da,,wouldna, shouldna,, or shouldnave ( should not have ) wouldnave ( would not have ) Do you have any Rule about this negative sentences sounds ? It make me crazy.

Sunday, April 15th 2012

    Not really….sorry!

    Wednesday, April 18th 2012

thank you for rave information

Sunday, April 15th 2012

Ronnie you are very cool, I like learn english with you, thanks

Monday, April 16th 2012

Ronni you are a good teacher,your way of teaching is very good.Actually,today i have opend this site 1st time.i want to learn eng by you,pls guide me from where should i start?

Monday, April 16th 2012

    Go to “All lessons”, then click on 1- beginner, 2-intermediate or 3-advance.
    OR…go to “teachers” and click on the teacher you would like to learn from!

    Wednesday, April 18th 2012

Now I understand how to speak informal language.you r doing excellent job.apiceatable.

Tuesday, April 17th 2012

I like you very much. I am Brazilian and I would like to learning English.

Thursday, April 19th 2012

i like the way you teach madam! hahaha. maybe i am gonna be one of your fans :D

Saturday, April 21st 2012

can i use wanna , gonna , gotta and ect in formal letters ?!

Saturday, April 21st 2012

what about whatta? does that have meaning? Thanks

Sunday, April 22nd 2012

    Yup! It means what do..
    Ex. Whatta ya wanna drink? What do you want to drink?

    Sunday, April 22nd 2012

Thank you lady or madam

Monday, April 23rd 2012

RONNIE: I WANNA TELL YOU: TANKS FOR THIS LESSON

Thursday, April 26th 2012

thank you teacher Ronie

Friday, April 27th 2012

I’m Refaqat Bcs(hons) from Pakistan. I really like your method of teaching Ronnie. Make more Fun in class that we remember the class because of your fun. If there is fun in class then we also remember your class.
Thanks

Saturday, April 28th 2012

Cool !!! i like the way that you teach us Ronnie !!!!!

Sunday, April 29th 2012

Thanks guys,it’s so great to have teachers like you!!

Sunday, April 29th 2012

thats lots but why did you say that gotta means “have got” not “have gotten”????

Wednesday, May 2nd 2012

    We rarely use proper English grammar “have gotten”. We ignore a lot of grammar rules when we speak!

    Sunday, May 6th 2012

i gotta be happy withe your explane

Friday, May 4th 2012

Ronnie, hi!I’m sorta confused. Should we say a verb to be before gonna?
e.g I’m gonna to watch this movie
I gonna watch this movie.
What’t correct?

Sunday, May 6th 2012

Hi! I just wanna say thanks! I did really well at the qiuz and I am happy for that! :) I belive Ronnie is a lovely teacher! :D

Monday, May 7th 2012

thank u for ur help but i wonder if is it polite to talk like that

Thursday, May 10th 2012

very nice … congrats Ronnie

Thursday, May 24th 2012

hi.. very nice n thanks, like in english do u know any history teachers also?

Friday, May 25th 2012

Thank you from the depths.
I have a question isThe difference between of and off.
The second question:We have a problem in the pronunciation of the letters and write.Is there a program to help us

Saturday, May 26th 2012

can’t you make us understand in hindi…………..i mean in our mother lanuguage……….hehehe just kidding dear
mam

Sunday, May 27th 2012

Thanx Ronnie

U r an adorable trainer

Monday, May 28th 2012

Dear ronni thankyou foryourcool teaching methode and cute emotions while teaching.Please explane why the sentence”I,mgonna kick our ass”is correct and the sntence”I wanna kick your ass” iswrong?
best regards

Wednesday, May 30th 2012

    I’m gonna/I wanna kick your ass are both correct!

    Thursday, May 31st 2012

How have we to use,those words in the negative form?

Tks.

Friday, June 1st 2012

    Not gonna
    Don’t haveta
    Don’t wanna

    Saturday, June 2nd 2012

Hey teacher, Thanks a lot for your classes, I don’t know if the theme is closed, but, I need to know if in a job interview it’s better to use “gonna” “wanna”…for sound more anglo…or is much better to use “going to”, “want to”…or both of them are good?

Thanks for you time!
see you later…

Friday, June 1st 2012

    Never use gonna/wanna/havta in a job interview! They are only for slang or when you talk very quickly!

    Saturday, June 2nd 2012

In this video you could add part of films where use this expresions. :) bye.

Saturday, June 2nd 2012

Thank you very much.

Thursday, June 7th 2012

hi Ronnie, i like the way you teach very much , thank you <3

Sunday, June 10th 2012

you’re a kinda great teacher

Tuesday, June 12th 2012

hi Ronnie
very thanx for this lisons,but i have question; what about the words which has the sound (h) i hear this sound is omit with phrases or sentences in rapid speach such as words (had becomes /ad/ ,have -/av/ , has -/az/ etc are this corect?

Sunday, June 17th 2012

    Yes! You are correct!

    Monday, June 18th 2012

“Ronnie” I thank you for all.I’m feeling happy with that explain.Ronnie in indirect questions a sentence says:
Where does James live ?the answer is :
I have no idea ……….Continue..
I wanted to know how does it do in INDIRECT. REPLY ME ?

Tuesday, June 19th 2012

    Sorry, I do not understand your question.

    Tuesday, June 19th 2012

A good lesson Ronnie,thumbs up.

Saturday, June 23rd 2012

thank u ^_^

Sunday, June 24th 2012

very easy!

Saturday, July 7th 2012

Thanks a lot!It was my question and now I know a little more. You lessons are very useful. Your way of giving us the grammar is simply a wonder. Thank you very,very much.

Monday, July 9th 2012

Teacher Ronnie i hafta inspire by ur teaching.did you have have Skype id for further knowledge plzzz?

Thursday, July 12th 2012

Dear, Ronnie! Why we use there “have”?

“I’m gonna have to sell my car.”
I’m going to have to sell my car..

Why not – I’m going to sell my car? … What is difference?

Best regards. Thank you.

Friday, July 13th 2012

Dear, Ronnie i like your teaching style.and thanks to define our knowledge.

Sunday, July 15th 2012

Hi, Ronnie…
Can you please explain how and where to use could have, would have and should have?

Monday, July 16th 2012

I wanna appreciate you.

Sunday, July 22nd 2012

Ronnie’s videos are really really amazing.. nd ur kinda teaching was great and so funny.. wow i love it Ronnie :D

Monday, July 30th 2012

heyy Ronnie i got a question can u suggest some other modals ??

Monday, July 30th 2012

thank you so much

Wednesday, August 8th 2012

Good evening,Ronnie… There are too many “likes” in English.For example,
What does he look like?
What does he like?
What is he like?
What would you like?
What was the weather like yesterday?
Do it like me…
Help,please.I know you can do the best.
Thank you very much.

Saturday, August 11th 2012

hi thanks

Friday, August 24th 2012

Hi! Can we use these native contractions during formal occasions or interviews (in North American setting)? Thank you!

Sunday, August 26th 2012

geez! in my language which is Turkish “hafta” means “week” . tyvm Ronnie

Wednesday, August 29th 2012

Keep it up Ronnie.

Wednesday, September 5th 2012

Hei Ronnie…. what is true of these words “I’m gonna” or “I gonna”? or anyone who knows please…
Thanks for your video Ronnie.Gbu

Thursday, September 6th 2012

I wish that I have known Ronnie before spending too much for studying English.
I gonna ask you if you don’t mind about flapping in American and Canadian Accent.

Thanks Ronnie,

Sunday, September 9th 2012

hey…is it a proper way to speak when we’re having an interview?

Monday, September 10th 2012

this is very easy to understand while watching movie,thank you so much ronnie……

Wednesday, September 12th 2012

It”s very nice

Saturday, September 22nd 2012

thank yo very mauch
im araby a undarstand for tha leson

Monday, September 24th 2012

It was nice watch to you.I don’t want to talk about it.You are so great teacher.Good luck in learn.

Friday, September 28th 2012

thank you ronnie for this lesson

Thursday, October 4th 2012

thanks alot

Sunday, October 7th 2012

hi guys
i wanna improve my accent >>anyane can help me add me in skype Amal707

Monday, October 15th 2012

HI GUYS I WANNA IMPROPE MY ACCENT CAN YOU HELP ME THANKS skype ilyesking5

Saturday, October 20th 2012

thanks a lot for these amazing lessons

Sunday, October 21st 2012

Yes, native speakers really speak fast and kind of «eat»some words. I have a channel about Foreign Languages, feel free to visit. Just search on youtube: Nelson Lino. Thank you!

Tuesday, October 23rd 2012

Actually it”s not quite clear for me if “gotta” stands for “got to” or “have got to”. And so, do you say “I’ve gotta go” or just “I gotta go”?
And what about the 3d person singular? He gotta or He’s gotta?
Thank you!

Saturday, October 27th 2012

    It just stands for “got to”, but when you’re using informal English like this, you can leave out the “have” when you’re saying “I gotta go.” But you have to have “have” in third person singular: “He’s gotta go.”

    Monday, October 29th 2012

great !

Monday, October 29th 2012

Hello Ronnie
Do you give privet lessons online ?
All the best
Li

Monday, November 5th 2012

Dear Ronnie
Thanks so much for the lessons
You’re my best teacher:)

Monday, November 12th 2012

thanks ronnie for such usefull lessons.

Monday, November 12th 2012

thanks a lot i’am from Egypt i wanna say that’s ace and very useful for me

Wednesday, November 28th 2012

I wanna say that I’m only interested in this program. thanks a lot.

Wednesday, November 28th 2012

Ronnie the reason why lotsa is written with an s it’s because it’s replacing “lots of”. for example, I have lots of books on the table. I have lotsa books on the table.

Friday, November 30th 2012

it was really a good lesson..thanks a lot

Saturday, December 1st 2012

Ronnie,can i say: i WANNA to sell my car???

Because i want to sell. It’s correct???

Tuesday, December 4th 2012

    Yes! Correct!

    Saturday, December 8th 2012

      Ronnie, in this case (I wanna TO sell my car), I have understood that you mustn’t use “to”. So we shoulda say “I wanna sell my car”, dont’t you?

      Wednesday, February 12th 2014

Hi Ronnie,I wanna ask about the negative forms of model verbs like “wouldn’t” or “wounldna” are both correct can I say wouldna instead of wouldn’t or would not please help me out thanks

Wednesday, December 5th 2012

    Sure! You can say wouldna!!!! Great!

    Saturday, December 8th 2012

thx respected teacher Ronnie,u teach me.or make me able to understand these kinda words,thx realy

Friday, December 7th 2012

Thanks!! Your all services are best thanks to be with us

Sunday, December 9th 2012

” I gotta confess, teacher Ronnie is unique, very intelligente, spirited and full of fun”. The learning gets easy this way.

Wednesday, December 12th 2012

I am used to use this in my everyday language,, I mean with friends..

Thursday, December 13th 2012

Thanks to Ronnie for teaching Enlish. My name is Abdiwali, my email is abafricano@yahoo.com. Thank you so much again

Saturday, December 15th 2012

it was perfect

Friday, December 28th 2012

Hi… My best teacher Ronnie, I want to thank you about this way in teaching

Friday, January 4th 2013

Ms. Ronnie could you please explain as soon as, as still as, or as possible as why we repeat ” as ” two times please reply

Friday, January 4th 2013

    As soon as = do it now!
    As still as = you are describing something that does not move.
    as _____ as is a simile.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simile

    Tuesday, January 8th 2013

Hi teacher Ronnie. If you don’t mind I wanna ask something about this lesson. “gotta” and “gonna” are the same meaning or not? give me the explanation please.

Saturday, January 5th 2013

    Gotta = got to.
    Gonna = going to. They are different!

    Tuesday, January 8th 2013

hi madam my problem is i forget English words because it is the third language could you give any easy way please and thanks

Tuesday, January 8th 2013

    Watch the new lesson on remembering vocabulary!

    Tuesday, January 8th 2013

Hi Ronnie! Thank a lot of your help. I wanna study a lot from you. I have a confused that when say “Gotta” it means that “‘ve got to” but after “have” must be “gotten”. Pls advise me. Thank you

Friday, January 18th 2013

    Gotta is slag so we can use it anyway!

    Sunday, January 20th 2013

Thanks Ronnie.

Sunday, January 20th 2013

ronnie could you help me about this?
When he gets back, his father _____________ at home.

a) is being c) has been
b) will be d) was
and explain that for us

Wednesday, January 23rd 2013

and this plz

The library ______________ during the holidays.

a) will redecorate c) will be redecorated
b) redecorates d) will be redecorating

Wednesday, January 23rd 2013

I could not understand gotta. Would you please explain me wit

Saturday, January 26th 2013

I could not understand gotta.Please explain me with other examples. mahendra.patel1@gmail.com
Best Regards
Mahendra

Saturday, January 26th 2013

Thank you.
I like your lessonse.

Tuesday, January 29th 2013

thank you very much but can you teach us more English words please

Tuesday, January 29th 2013

wowwwww i gotta 4in3 thank ronnie

Tuesday, January 29th 2013

Great teaching…..

Sunday, February 3rd 2013

I wanna study hard from you thank you so much

Tuesday, February 5th 2013

3 correct out of 4 – Thomas from Poland thx

Sunday, February 10th 2013

tanks ronnie

Wednesday, February 13th 2013

what a nice teaching method,you are a good teacher.. thanks

Thursday, February 14th 2013

is this american slang language or british slang or both of them?plz tell me, you are fantastic teacher.

Saturday, February 23rd 2013

it is a useful lesson, thanks!

Friday, March 1st 2013

Thank u Ronnie for ur lectures ,really awesome and intelligent teacher ,,,,,,

I am dara from kurdistan

Sunday, March 3rd 2013

Please tell me if we can use an article “THE” before the name of a firm such as Nestle of Siemens, Schnieider, Macdonalds etc…
Thanks

Wednesday, March 6th 2013

Thank you Ronnie.

Thursday, March 14th 2013

thanx ronnie :)……..its really a fun to learn from you

Wednesday, March 27th 2013

i like…..thanks you…

Sunday, April 7th 2013

Hello Ronnie.really am gonne to ask you about the tense of have.because i found out my self i used alotsa present tenes and past and future but sorta the tenses have to.also is confused me.so please if you have time Ronnie try to give me more detail about it how we can use it in the right way without any difficlties.because sometimes i really embarressed when i felt on mistakes like that fornta natives.i hope you gotta my message and you what i mean.always thank you so much for effort and cooperation.Mr Imad.

Tuesday, April 9th 2013

Wow Ronnie It’s so so helpful. I love it! 10Q I got so many things. I love u’r teaching way keep it up :) thank you very match!!!

Thursday, April 18th 2013

So great ! Thx !

Sunday, April 21st 2013

that’s so cool, Ms. Ronnie! ;) thx for the material.

Tuesday, April 23rd 2013

Dear Ronnie.
Thank you a lot for your lessons. May I ask you?
If I can use “have got to” instead of “have to”, are they equal? What difference between “gotta” and “hafta” in the use?

Thursday, April 25th 2013

4. “I’m _________ have to sell my car.”

I’m GONNA have to sell my car?
Is it correct? Maybe “I’m gonna sell my car”?

Tuesday, May 7th 2013

are we can use gonna and gotta …etc in writing
And Is it considered formal language

Thursday, May 30th 2013

Hi teacher Ronnie
Can we use these three words in British English ?

Monday, June 3rd 2013

Hi! Ronnie, well, I just wanna give you a congratulation, because you’re such an amazing teacher. I’ve saw all your videos and you look awesome lately. well and can I ask you a favor?… please tell what’s the difference between MAY and MIGHT. I think that those words can be use like CAN. Am I right?

Monday, June 10th 2013

thanks a lot

Monday, June 17th 2013

thanks a lot

Monday, June 17th 2013

Hi Ronnie.
your lessons are very helpful, I enjoy watching them. Thanks a lot.
I have a question.
in movies, I hear this sentences a lot, realy a lot. ” I gar it “.
it must be ” I got it “.
but i don’t know, it’s a slang or a prononciation thing, or I have to see a doctor for my ears. lol

Monday, June 17th 2013

Thank you very much, really so much.

Sunday, June 23rd 2013

This is difficult to me but this lesson were interesting.

Sunday, June 23rd 2013

Your teaching is not at all exhausting.You make learning english easy and funny.thank u Ronnie!

Saturday, July 6th 2013

tnhx in my deep hearts.Ronnie….

Monday, July 8th 2013

I have just come across your website and I find your lesson, this particular one very interesting .
I would like you to prepare another one about the English liaison . I mean you do native speakers combine some letters. Like t,d,s,z+y
My teacher gave us and example like this. Don’t you like it is spoken’ don’t chew lye kit

Friday, July 12th 2013

Thank You for this lesson. It helped me to speak English better.
Thanks…¡

Wednesday, July 24th 2013

Oh my God! The English is so rare :s

Thursday, August 1st 2013

Thanks Ronnie. Got 85 %.

Wednesday, August 14th 2013

Hey Ronnie, I just wanna ask you what the meaning of this word slang “dunna”

Wednesday, August 21st 2013

thank you so much for that lesson it was verry intresting ! I heard so many times these words but didn’t know what is that mean ! thank you

Saturday, August 24th 2013

quetion 2: can i say i wanna kick ur ass or not?

Tuesday, August 27th 2013

what about
pronunciation of ” t” in ” gotta ” ?

I think i heared it “d” !:)

Thank you Ronnie,I enjoy learning with you :)

Sunday, September 8th 2013

Hi Ronnie, I have a problem here, I cant’ watch any videos of your lesson. Actually, As you might know that youtube is banned in Pakistan. I used to watch your lessons on the youtube but its speed is very slow on the youtube. Is it possible to watch videos on this website. Pl reply me

Sunday, September 8th 2013

4 of 4

Saturday, September 28th 2013

coool
i shuolda see more videos :P

Sunday, October 13th 2013

thanks Ronie
you are sooo cute

Sunday, October 13th 2013

Thank you very much

Tuesday, October 15th 2013

Thank you Ronnie. A very useful lesson

Wednesday, October 16th 2013

Ronie, it ia clear! But is it academic?

Thursday, October 17th 2013

Great Teacher Ronnie. I am English student and this is very important when yo wanna learn everything in english.. you’re a very good teacher… kisses

Wednesday, October 23rd 2013

It is soooooo nice Ronnie

Saturday, October 26th 2013

i was “MDR” which means “dead of laugh” don’t know how to express this in english you’re a fantastic teacher and i’m stunning on your videos
can’t help myself laughing and learning
If you ever come to France let me know i’ll be please to assist the best i can

Wednesday, November 13th 2013

i meant pleased not plz well well …

Wednesday, November 13th 2013

Hey Ronnie..got one question: is it “in tv ads or on t.v? ” Thnks A LOT¡¡ ur great¡

Wednesday, November 20th 2013

Dear Ronnie, please help make me clear using of “gotta”.
If I understand well, “I gotta do sg” = “I have to do sg” or “I must do sg”
I’m not sure, but it seems like “I have gotten to …” (“get to” in Present Perfect Tense) means something different. Am I wrong?
(In fact I didn’t find any examples in which after “get to” stands an infinitive. I found “get to” means to start doing sg, or to annoy/upset someone. )

Tuesday, November 26th 2013

somehow my listening skills are improving after watching this video. thanks ronnie, keep it up.

Friday, December 13th 2013

Thanks for the useful lesson, but there shoulda been much more quiz questions. 4 questions are not enough. :)

Sunday, December 15th 2013

Ronnie ur fantastic, learning sometimes is tricky, u think you’ve learned it all, n then ur about to say I’m done u realize u didn’t learn or forgot a small detail back there,as I’m watching american series, I see the people say should have or anything like that really fast, but I thought like should’ve I could tell it was pp bc of the participle verb afterward, but now it makes much more sense lol, I’m blown away!

Sunday, December 22nd 2013

Thanks

Sunday, December 29th 2013

what a pretty and noisy teacher you are !

Friday, January 10th 2014

thanks.

Thursday, January 23rd 2014

easier..

Sunday, February 2nd 2014

Ronnie, You’re an awesome teacher

Saturday, February 15th 2014

you’re right

Monday, February 24th 2014

Great,I’ve been intrested to know these since years.

Wednesday, February 26th 2014

Hi! I love american english and i want to live in U.S. I’m giving lower on May but i’m not sire if I can speak English well. Could you please tell me a way to practise my self????? I luv u and your videos!!! Bye!!!!

Wednesday, March 19th 2014

Thank You so much Teacher.

Monday, March 31st 2014

What is the meaning of “Dafuq” ??

Wednesday, April 2nd 2014

Thanks a lot ! I took the test and I got a 100 :D ! So proud of myself and I’m really thankful to you ❤️

Friday, April 4th 2014

you help me a lot of in vocabulary
thank you so much teacher Ronnie

Sunday, April 6th 2014

I wanna say ‘thank you’

Monday, April 7th 2014
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