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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.
What phrase could you use to order both count and uncountable foods?

Soup is often in the __________ section of the menu.

Full meat dishes are generally in the _________ section of the menu.

In Canada, carbonated fizzy drinks, like colas, are known as:

If I wanted something sweet, I would look at the ________ section of the menu.


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Tuesday, March 15th 2011

    Hello Ronnie,
    How r u,
    Your Way of explanation is very good.

    Thursday, August 30th 2012

    Thank you, Ronnie. You’re a fabulous teacher!

    Sunday, September 29th 2013

    Hi ronni ..I would like to say thanks to you

    Saturday, January 25th 2014

interesting…:)

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

Hi Roonie How are you? I hope you’re great excellent lesson

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

thannk u so much

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

Thanks a lot ronnie… that is very simlple…

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

Leave two

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

It is useful and easy to understand! Thanks for your amazing lesson!

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

I think that is eaisier way to order in a restaurant. I like that way. I understand it better. Thank you!

Tuesday, March 15th 2011

Thank you, that was great lesson!! I enjoyed it as a good meal, I mean to your lesson! God bless you*

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

Hello Ronnie!! thanks 4 all ur lessons, it’s so easy 2 learn with ur lessons.
The best wishes 2 u ..
greetings from Mexico

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

Hi Roonie;
I scored 5 out of 5,thanks alot to you,my great teacher….

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

hello miss Ronnie,
I would like to know what is the difference between EFFECT and AFFECT. . .??
normally they confuse me.

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

    If u dont mind Mr. naved, I cn help u with this.
    look, EFFECT is a noun. for example, u can say: My parents’divorce had a big effect ON me.However, AFFECT is a verb. For example, you wld say: His death affected me.
    I hope that was helpful for u.

    Monday, April 4th 2011

      hi ghader if u look up effect in dictionary , u find that effect is verb also?!

      Friday, June 24th 2011

      h am from y and y nice to meet you ?

      Thursday, July 7th 2011

i would like to learn more. Because i’m aiming to go Canada someday after i graduate.

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

i love to attend ur class

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

clear and interesting…Thanks a lot

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

thx miss ronie i like ur method in teaching and i ve a good result in ur quiz

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

Nice lesson teacher Ronnie keep this up!!

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

wow nice teacher

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

thanks for the lesson, now i know how to order in a restaurant :)

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

I WANNA THANK YOU FOR THIS LESSON. I have a question i want to ask about present simple. i know that the subject who is the one doing the action.EX. BIRDS FLY. IT MEANS THAT THE BIRDS DOING THE ACTION. AND LOVE HURTS MEAN THE LOVE WHO MAKE THE PAIN.BUT I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHEN I SAY EVERYBODY HURTS I DO NOT KNOW WHO MAKE THE ACTION I MEAN EVERYBODY FEELS THE PAIN OR THEY MAKE A PAIN TO SOMEONE MAYBE ALSO MY FOOT HURTS WHO IS DOING THE ACTION. I KNOW THAT VERB TO BE +PP IT MEANS THE ACTION ON ME BUT I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHEN I SAY EVERYBODY HURTS OR ANY EX FROM WHAT I SAID.IT MEANS THAT EVERYBODY WHO THE ONE FEELS THE PAIN OR MEANS THAT THEY HURT SOMEONE . IN BRIEF I DO NOT UNDERSTAND AND CONFUSED ABOUT THAT JUST LET ME KNOW WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE PLZ TELL ME WHO IS DOING THE ACTION.EVEN THOUGH I AM NOT BEGINNER BUT I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT DOES IT MEAN PLZ DO NOT IGNORE MY MESSAGE I’M IN DIRE NEED TO KNOW THIS IS MY 2nd comment on engvid. and thank you for this lesson.

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

I really loved that lesson. Wonderful!

Wednesday, March 16th 2011

Thank you for this cognitive lesson!

Thursday, March 17th 2011

Hi all the respectable teachers out there its nice to have here and i am hoping that i will soon be fluent in english speaking with all your right and kind support and all your good tips and lessons about how to speak grammatically correct english

Thursday, March 17th 2011

Nice

Friday, March 18th 2011

Hello teacher!! i’d like 2 know what is the difference between borrow and lend? hope u can answer it .. take care ..

Friday, March 18th 2011

    I have done a lesson on that for you! Search on engvid and you will find it!

    Friday, March 18th 2011

it is good Thankx tchear

Friday, March 18th 2011

Thank you so much! this lesson is very usefull to Thai student like me :)

Friday, March 18th 2011

ha ha and now I can order in a restaurant !!!

Friday, March 18th 2011

thanks!!!!!!!

Friday, March 18th 2011

thank a lot. let’s go to a restaurant now

Friday, March 18th 2011

thanx for your teaching!
i wanna have the chicken curry now D: lol

Saturday, March 19th 2011

Ya its fantastic lessons…… i had enjoy it

Saturday, March 19th 2011

hello RONNIE……….
i watched your vedio.u r gr8 teacher.
thanks

Sunday, March 20th 2011

hi ! Ronnie how are you ? Can you please give me your ID

Monday, March 21st 2011

Can u please teach me French

Monday, March 21st 2011

I hope you can answer my question …… Take care

Monday, March 21st 2011

super!!!!

Monday, March 21st 2011

hi you are good enought to me

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

dear ronnie&
thanx for your lessons
yours nano

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

really i like it…

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

Thanks!!!

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

Hi,I’ll have the soup of day (or garden salads),the Poached Salmon (or chicken curry),the chees cake, and the water plaise !…..Thank you….(Thank you for good lesson

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

If you don’t mind… I want ask something I have assignments what we call the Verbs that are normally followed by the gerund form ?
I found a list of them but I can’t find what they called Please help me.

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

    Sorry, I don’t understand your question! Do you mean like we usually say “skiing” not “to ski”, or “shopping”, not “to shop”?

    Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

      yes that what I mean and these are >>acknowledge | admit | adore | anticipate | appreciate | avoid | celebrate | confess | contemplate
      delay | deny | describe | detest | discuss | dislike | dread | endure | enjoy
      fancy | finish | imagine | involve | keep | justify | mention | mind | miss | omit | postpone | practise
      quit | recall | recommend | regret | report | resent | resume | risk | suggest | tolerate | understand

      what we call this group ؟

      Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

      hello Mdam.Ronnie i like you re way to learn english or American English keep doing that for us

      Thursday, April 14th 2011

Thank you so much! Ronnie, you are a good teacher.

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011

very thanks

Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

thank you very much

Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

Very interesting, entertaining and funny. Thanks Ronnie.

Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

First of all i must say you all are teach very well , absolutely perfect coz we can understand if we don’t know English even . i mean the way of your English is perfect , and all teachers are speaks very clearly , then thank you very much for doing this favor for peoples who doesn’t know more English and beginners. these videos helpful for English perfectly and i wish post more videos future. .Thank you very much

Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

    You are welcome!

    Thursday, March 24th 2011

      first of all i thanks to u Ronnie.AND FOR ALL THE TEACHERS tat ur helping the people to speak in a perfect manner.after listening to u we feel tat english is the most easy language.And i enjoy by speaking english

      Wednesday, July 13th 2011

        i have 1 doubt.. if we want to speak a perfect english instantly.. den what we should do.. reply me soon as soon as possible…

        Wednesday, July 13th 2011

          It is impossible to speak any language perfectly, instantly… unless you get a brain transplant!

          Wednesday, July 13th 2011

          I want a brain transplannnt! :)))
          By the way! Ronnie you speak english very well, you know that? ;) hihihi

          Wednesday, February 8th 2012

That was a little bit unusual))) But very interesting. You have nice personality Ronnie))) Can I ask you question? I have trouble with using articles (such as: a, the, an) I don`t know how to use them right way. Could you do the lesson about using these articles, please? Thanks for advance! Best regards.

Wednesday, March 23rd 2011

    hello Natalie…how are you?

    Tuesday, May 3rd 2011

hi dear friend how are you ? I hope that your well and happy life are you ok I miss a lot tash dat elek wh

Thursday, March 24th 2011

    hi how are you ?

    Thursday, March 24th 2011

it’s very intersting leasson thank you sow much ronnie

Thursday, March 24th 2011

thanks for the lesson…can you please teach me how to answer in a job interview specially for a waiter….thanks in advance….

Saturday, March 26th 2011

    I will do a lesson for you! Please be patient, we record lessons every 4-6 months.
    Thanks for your comment and good luck!

    Sunday, March 27th 2011

Ronnie, you are a good teacher

Saturday, March 26th 2011

this one is good and when i learn this unit i feel hungry………

Saturday, March 26th 2011

i want to ask Ronnie that how many vocabulary words i learn in a day and which one is suitable English to English or English to Urdu pl z give me answer as soon as possible

Saturday, March 26th 2011

    I think at a beginner level, one/two words a day is best. If you are at an advanced level, 3-5 words are perfect to learn per day!

    Sunday, March 27th 2011

      yes, that’s correct… :)

      I learned more today on your class…

      Thanks..Ronnie…

      Thursday, April 7th 2011

      hi Ronnie
      thanks for halp as.
      Iwant ask you if you can

      i have big problem with keep the vocabulary.

      Wednesday, January 25th 2012

        You need to review vocab. everyday to be able to remember it!

        Thursday, January 26th 2012

Thank you Ronnie,I really Love your lessons.

Saturday, March 26th 2011

your lesson is very good…..

Sunday, March 27th 2011

I like be a teacher you teach understand.

Sunday, March 27th 2011

Great lesson Ronnie. Although, I’ve got one question. At the end you said, you’d like “some water” or “a water”. How can you say “a water” if water is a non-countable noun? Or was it just a short form of “a glass of water”? I’d really appreciate your answer.

Monday, March 28th 2011

    You can say some or a water. A water may be a glass or a bottle of water, which in some restaurants, they charge you for!

    Monday, March 28th 2011

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!!!I´M IMPROVING MY ENGLISH

Monday, March 28th 2011

It´s so useful!

Tuesday, March 29th 2011

Excelent! It’s really helped n inspired me to teach in the class..

Wednesday, March 30th 2011

very good!!!

Wednesday, March 30th 2011

thank you^_^

Sunday, April 3rd 2011

You scored 3 out of 5.

thank you ms

Sunday, April 3rd 2011

Thanks a lot

Wednesday, April 6th 2011

super!I know the way how to use ‘will’ or ‘to be going to’! For ex: I will get married ( it means that I predict it will happen… some day :) I’m going to get married ( the near future ).

Friday, April 8th 2011

    oups! Sorry? It’s not here. It’s Speak about future :)

    Friday, April 8th 2011

    thank you man I had that doubt

    Wednesday, April 20th 2011

hi all

Thursday, April 14th 2011

Thanks Teacher Ronnie! :)

Saturday, April 16th 2011

thank you :)

Saturday, April 16th 2011

Hi Ronnie

could you explain me how we can us “So far” its confused me alot

hope you ‘ll reoly
thanx

Sunday, April 17th 2011

    So far means “until now”. For example, I can say I’ve saved $300 so far. Or I’ve been to 10 countries so far. It implies that you will continue to do the action!
    We usually use the present perfect(have+past participle) when we say so far!

    Monday, April 18th 2011

Dear Ronnie,
thank you very much for your lesson. I have a question: how come that in Canada, the french word “entrée” is used for the main course and not for the starter? Because in french, the word “entrée” means starter!! (I am french and I love the food like you!!! :) Regards.

Tuesday, April 19th 2011

    Good question….I have no idea why….I guess we(Canadians) just got it wrong!!!! ahhahahahah

    Tuesday, April 19th 2011

      :-))))
      Bah, the most important thing is to understand what is written AFTER “entrée”, to be able to order what we’d like to eat!! Never mind how you call it!!

      Wednesday, April 20th 2011

Thanks for the lesson Ronnie..

Tuesday, April 19th 2011

Hi Ronnie, thanks for the lesson. I want to improve my English skills in order to apply to a new job in Canada next year. I’m still learning English in a local academy, in advance level, but I’m not sure about to have enough communication skills in English. Can you please give some advices to enhance my communication skills ?? thank you very much… Mike…

Thursday, April 21st 2011

:) Thanks a lot but now I’m hungry ..
So I’ll order some food .

see you later .

Saturday, April 23rd 2011

Thank you Ronnie, you’re a brilliant teacher. I can read a little in English, I’ve watched the videos since a week and I could understand all explanation!! Thanks a lot.

Tuesday, April 26th 2011

wow, nice lesson

Wednesday, April 27th 2011

good teacher

Sunday, May 1st 2011

Hi Ronnie . I am here to claim you an important matter that most of us find it hard to understand the english of native speakers . Plz try to explain me the methods and processes of understanding it in a better manner . Is there any specific method to learn . Plz teach me concerning this cuz i ve got a lot of native English speakers to spend with . Plz kindly help me , Ill be waiting for your reply soon .

Monday, May 2nd 2011

What a ingenious lesson !
By the genial teacher !
Thank you very much indeed.

Monday, May 2nd 2011

Hi Ronnie,I have just started wanching and listening to your lesson only for a few days.To be honest with you,Your method that you use are so efficient which is I really like to follow it.
I am Mehmet and I have been following your lesson from Turkey-Marmaris.

Tuesday, May 3rd 2011

    Thanks for watching!

    Thursday, May 5th 2011

Hi Ronnie…………first of all, let me thank you…..you are taking classes in a simple way and it will be helpful for the beginners also.Keep going.Thank you…….

Saturday, May 7th 2011

Ronnie is a good teacher!thanks for the discussion ms. Ronnie:) keep up the good work:)

Monday, May 9th 2011

it’s a great!!I enjoy to watch your lessons.

Sunday, May 15th 2011

Hi Teacher,
English it’s very good for my learning, thanks you so much.

Thursday, May 19th 2011

Great! Thank a lot.

Sunday, May 22nd 2011

Hi Ronnie.
you are very good teacher. thanks you.

Sunday, May 22nd 2011

thanks.thats easy.

Wednesday, May 25th 2011

If you don’t mind… I want ask something I have assignments what we call the Verbs that are normally followed by the gerund form ?
I found a list of them but I can’t find what they called Please help me.

Thursday, May 26th 2011

    I’ve just done a lesson on gerunds! Keep watching!

    Saturday, May 28th 2011

thank you

Friday, May 27th 2011

i want to marry the teacher

Friday, May 27th 2011

Thanks

Thursday, June 2nd 2011

Hi Ronnie,

What if I have to order a soup and a salad from Appetisers and 2 dishes from the main course and 2 desserts ?

No I am not a glutton but what if I am with my wife ordering for her too :)

Cheers
Spandi

Thursday, June 2nd 2011

    Would it be right to say I want the French Onion soup and the Garden Salad.

    Lets say if I am order for a large group.

    You know what I mean ?

    Thursday, June 2nd 2011

      Yes, you can say that!

      Saturday, June 4th 2011

    If you are ordering for other people, we use the same language!
    The server does not care how much your order – the more you order, the larger the bill, the bigger the tip!

    Saturday, June 4th 2011

      Thank you Ronnie, However I still have a doubt

      Let us say, if I have to order French Onion Soups for a group of 5. Is it right to say 5 French Onion Soups? What I mean to say is if I have numbers before the dish I hope I can drop “the”. Am I right ?

      Sunday, June 5th 2011

        Yes, you can say 5 onion soups, and you don’t need to say “the”! Good work!

        Monday, June 6th 2011

          Hi Ronnie,
          Could I say this way even for uncountable items in menu ?

          Wednesday, February 20th 2013

hi teacher! how would you pronounce menu?

Thursday, June 2nd 2011

    Men-U!

    Saturday, June 4th 2011

I learned some words 2day.wonderful lesson blonde, cutie teacher.

Thursday, June 9th 2011

Thank you so much Ronnie. That is an effective lesson

Sunday, June 12th 2011

Hi Ronnie!
Thanks a lot for your outstanding lesion. Really it’s appreciated. 
Could u please suggest me how i can improve my speaking proficiency?

hope, you’ll give me a valuable suggestion which one best for me.

thanks!

Wednesday, June 15th 2011

    The best way to improve speaking is just by talking as much as you can, as often as you can!

    Friday, June 17th 2011

Thanks Roonie, I like your lessons :D

Friday, June 17th 2011

Very intresting! Thanks!)))

Monday, June 20th 2011

Thanks Roonie.
can I say:
I would like the Onion Soup

Wednesday, June 22nd 2011

    Yes!

    Saturday, June 25th 2011

Hi, Miss Ronnie
i am naveed from pakistan and my problem is that i have ability to understand english and have writing skill but when i speak english to other peoples then i feel some hesitation to speak with them, please help me what can i do for getting rid of hesitation.

Regards,

Naveed

Wednesday, June 29th 2011

hi ronnie i hope you are good thank’s for the video you made it for people can learn english. i am in usa ny watching your video is really help me. i hope you can read this message c u bye

Thursday, June 30th 2011

thanks ronnie i enjoied the lesson and the wounderful commentes.
you have the best learners in the world.

Thursday, June 30th 2011

THANKYOU RONNIE GIVE ME MORE SUGGESTION AND HELP ME I AM IMPROVE MY ENGLISH

Monday, July 4th 2011

Hi Roonie
How r u ?
I have ques.
When I order anythings
Why u use I’ll have the…..
And don’t use I’ll take the…
Thanks ^^

Wednesday, July 6th 2011

    You can say “I’ll take the….” too! I think I’ll have the is a little more polite!

    Wednesday, July 6th 2011

Hi Mrs Ronnie…nice to meet you….can or not if I use this word..May I have the …… please…

Friday, July 8th 2011

    “May I have the _____, please?”
    Yes, you can use that in a restaurant too!

    Saturday, July 9th 2011

thank you so much…the lesson so interesting..

Saturday, July 9th 2011

i am so confused about “it” and “This” i don’t know when we use “it” and when we use “this” are these words are similar meaning… plz plz help me out..

Tuesday, July 12th 2011

ronnie , you are the best teacher ever

Friday, July 15th 2011

i am so confused about “it” and “This” i don’t know when we use “it” and when we use “this” are these words are similar meaning… plz plz help me out..

Saturday, July 16th 2011

    “This” is something that is near or you can touch it.
    “It” is used for something at any distance!

    Monday, July 18th 2011

Thank you so so much! You are the best ever teacher i have ever seen in my entire life… Thanks Roonie

Tuesday, July 19th 2011

so can we say ” this is amazing” or its amazing what is the difference

Wednesday, July 20th 2011

    NO difference!

    Wednesday, July 20th 2011

wow, i already fully know english but im teaching some other people

STOP MAKING REFRENCES TO CANADA!!!

Wednesday, July 20th 2011

    NO!

    Saturday, July 23rd 2011

Nice , thx alot.

Thursday, July 21st 2011

i was right
i had right

which one is correct sentence… and what is the difference between these two sentences…

Friday, July 22nd 2011

    I was right…is correct.
    I had right is not correct! Right is an adjective, so we have to use “to be” verb.

    Saturday, July 23rd 2011

thanks for your nice lesson

Sunday, July 24th 2011

Yes I am hungry. I ‘ll have the chicken. (^_*)

Great.

Sunday, July 24th 2011

can you give a lesson on hang out

Sunday, July 24th 2011

    OK!

    Tuesday, July 26th 2011

thanks a lot Ronnie,you are a great teacher,and you way to teach us is very simple,if any mistake is in my sentese please!correct this

Tuesday, July 26th 2011

Hey Ronnie,
It’s Osama again!
wanna ask sth:
when u r at a restaurant, a classy one, do u order everything at once, i mean do u order the starters. entrees and the drinks as well as the desserts at once. or do order, for ex: the starters first then when u finish u order ur main dish? and so, plz tell me the details cause iv never bn to a classy restaurant before…dont tell any one…i dont wanna look stupid, one more thing how do u call the waiter over; wt sentence wd u use, and in case that u order every thing separately, wt do u tell the waiter to left the dishes that u r done with???
and, how can u ask for the bill?
the last question, i swear, now after u ask for the bill, in case that the bill says 25$ and u have a note of 50$, do tell the waiter that u want the change or he will understand on his own? Thanx a lot Ronnie, but plz answer every single question, plz plz plz. thanx again.

Tuesday, July 26th 2011

    It depends on the restaurant but u usually order the drinks, then they bring them….then you order the starters and mains they bring out the starters, when you are finished, they bring the main. Then when you are finished, they give you a dessert menu and you order them if you want – usually with tea/coffee or more drinks!!! It is up to the server at the restaurant to time your courses – you should not be rushed or have to wait along time between courses.
    You shouldn’t have to call the server over, a good server always watches his/her tables and should KNOW when the customer needs something.
    If you do have to..you can just look (stare) at him/her….of if you have to actually have to CALL – you just say “Excuse me” and look at the server. In extreme cases, you can go to the bartender or another worker to ask.
    If you give the server money, they always bring you your change (unless you say “keep the change”)

    Tuesday, July 26th 2011

Thanx a lot Ronnie,
but u didn’t tell me how to ask for the bill, and in case that the service is not included and as in that ex, u have 50$, the bill says 25$, do they deduct the tip on their own or do have to have brought some change with u before u enter a restaurant? and how much do u usually give? can u even ignore giving the tip??
another thing, if u r at Mcdonlads, once u buy ur meal they ask u ( take away) or (what do u call the other option to eat inside)? what would they ask u? when they give u that paper cup to fill it with pop, there is some plastic covers u put on, wd u call them lids or caps?
the last one, if u order a steak, or a burger, their are some degrees they used like done, well done, how can order a steak with all that degrees, i mean, u would say, i would have the steak and i want it 1, 2 or 3 please write all possible degrees and the way u order. and wd they say to you at Mc to know wt size u want( wt are the possible sizes, how wd u order both: the size and degree of cooking)?

Wednesday, July 27th 2011

Thanx a lot Ronnie,
but u didn’t tell me how to ask for the bill, and in case that the service is not included and as in that ex, u have 50$, the bill says 25$, do they deduct the tip on their own or do have to have brought some change with u before u enter a restaurant? and how much do u usually give? can u even ignore giving the tip??
another thing, if u r at Mcdonlads, once u buy ur meal they ask u ( take away) or (what do u call the other option to eat inside)? what would they ask u? when they give u that paper cup to fill it with pop, there is some plastic covers u put on, wd u call them lids or caps?
the last one, if u order a steak, or a burger, their are some degrees they used like done, well done, how can order a steak with all that degrees, i mean, u would say, i would have the steak and i want it 1, 2 or 3 please write all possible degrees and the way u order. and wd they say to you at Mc to know wt size u want( wt are the possible sizes, how wd u order both: the size and degree of cooking)?

Friday, July 29th 2011

THANK U

Friday, July 29th 2011

so ver thank you very much for this short lesson

Sunday, July 31st 2011

can you please tell me the difference!!

1. it will be fruitful
2. it would be fruitful

what is the difference in both these sentences. and what will be and would be tells us…

Sunday, July 31st 2011

hi honey
thanks so much .but if you could mention more about names of food in English to i can ask food in English and in same time know how it is ??
:)

Sunday, July 31st 2011

can you please tell me the difference!!

1. it will be fruitful
2. it would be fruitful

what is the difference in both these sentences. and what will be and would be tells us…

Monday, August 1st 2011

    “It will be” is used for events that you believe to be true.
    “It would be” is hypothetical.

    Monday, August 1st 2011

thanks a lot!!!

Wednesday, August 3rd 2011

hello Ronnie!
I am interesting in lessons
I want ask you
and i want to improve my language
How i start i don’t know like I start study first with pronunciation ,grammar or vocabulary .thank you

Thursday, August 4th 2011

    I would begin with vocabulary.

    Friday, August 5th 2011

Hi Roonie;
I scored 5 out of 5,thanks alot to you,my great teacher…LOL

Friday, August 5th 2011

thank u madam

Friday, August 5th 2011

ooooh yea very good lesson

Sunday, August 7th 2011

hi mam,
how to improve vocabulary?
give some examples
thank you

Tuesday, August 9th 2011

    Find a new word everyday and learn it – use it in a sentence.
    Watch English tv shows/movies with subtitles, or listen to English music!!

    Tuesday, August 9th 2011

Ronnie is wonderful!

Tuesday, August 9th 2011

hi rani it was very good and informative lesson but i was just confused between the using of will and will b i don’t know how to use these words in sentens can u help me plz

Wednesday, August 10th 2011

    Will be is used with a noun or adjective.
    Will is used with a verb.
    EG I will be home. I will be sad.
    I will eat. I will go.

    Sunday, August 14th 2011

      Hiiii Ronnie
      Here you have written a sentence which reads as “I will be home”.I have learnt that we say/write like ” I am/was/will be at home.” So in your sentence the preposition “AT” is missing.You may have forgotten to put it there or you just got distracted somehow-may be you were thinking something else while forming the sentence-what ever it may be the reason-but you tell me that should that preposition have been there or not? Please don’t mind anything-I am just one of your student and the most interesing thing is that whatever does not match with my little English-I always ask questions-It’s my instinct and try to keep myself always improved,rectified.So It is my heartiest request to you to forgive me if I have hurt you by commenting over your reply..I would also like to have you to correct my errors if anything is found and also let me know about my English level…Waiting forward for your reply

      Friday, November 4th 2011

        You can say I will be home or at home, both are correct.

        Friday, November 4th 2011

you teach english to us clearly.But we need more your videos.Thanks for all

Monday, August 15th 2011

thank, the class is very practical and easy of understand

Thursday, August 18th 2011

thanks Ronnie, i like watching your lesson and also learning from u .how to order in a restaurant .i think it’s easier to remember to use that way.

Saturday, August 20th 2011

Good work!

Friday, September 2nd 2011

Hi Ronnie,
I’m confused with these words.
Can u explain it when’ll we use hope,faith and believe. Pls explain with examples. Pls i’m waiting for ur reply.

Tuesday, September 6th 2011

Hi Ronnie,
I like ur way of teaching. I would like to know d difference b/w these words such as, hope,faith,believe. Can u clarify me plz. I’m waiting for ur reply.

Tuesday, September 6th 2011

thanks Ronnie, you’re great!

Wednesday, September 7th 2011

You´re really a great teacher! I love your lessons! This lesson today was very useful! Thank you very very much!

Thursday, September 8th 2011

this is excellent!!! thank you very much for the knowlegable lesson!!!!

Friday, September 16th 2011

Hi, Ronnie, you are the best teaching, your method, behavior in front of cameras,giving us very good and usefull contents, talking about normal life and so. Thank you. So why don’t you and you guys at engvid give class by skype ?, can you try it?.

Wednesday, September 21st 2011

    Sorry, I don’t have enough time to do Skype classes right now!!
    In the future, if I have Skype lessons, I will tell you! Thanks for watching!

    Wednesday, September 28th 2011

thank you :)

Saturday, September 24th 2011

waaaaaaaaaaaw it was so good and amaizing thanks teacher

Saturday, September 24th 2011

but I have question When I say for any type of food in the restaurant tell Daaima before food( the)?

Saturday, September 24th 2011

Thanks a lot Ronnie for the Lesson.

Sunday, September 25th 2011

thank u very much my dear

Monday, September 26th 2011

5 of 5!!!! thank you Ronnie,amazing lesson!!! This lesson helped me a lot!

Monday, September 26th 2011

hi my teachers.warm to your armes.

Tuesday, September 27th 2011

can u plz tel me the correct pronunciation of these words –
1) desserts
2) restaurant

Friday, September 30th 2011

    1) desserts = “du-zerts”
    2) restaurant = “rest-ront”

    Friday, September 30th 2011

thnku so much….

Saturday, October 1st 2011

I LIKE HOW U ARE TEACHING

Friday, October 7th 2011

Thanks very much Ronni.
I love your lessons

Tuesday, October 11th 2011

Hi Ronnie thank so much GOD BULESS YOU

Wednesday, October 12th 2011

Lovely lesson. I found very interesting the different ways to expression. “On trays” and “Pop” sounds nicer in my opinion :). Thank you teacher.

Thursday, October 20th 2011

Thank you for your teach. You speak very interesting and cleary…

Saturday, October 22nd 2011

Undoubtedly excellent

Monday, October 24th 2011

Shes a very lively teacher, Love the facial expressions.

Wednesday, October 26th 2011

Hey I’m addicted to ur teaching style..
Great work..Keep rocking…

Sunday, October 30th 2011

its very amazing teaching, i have a lots of learning about english…just keep moving pls

Wednesday, November 2nd 2011

Hiii Ronnie
This lesson went very fine ,informative as your lesson always go..I am happy to have known some new words and I will definitely be using those words when I get to a restaurant next time….keep going ….

Friday, November 4th 2011

just love d way u teach!!!!!!!! wid ur lovely expressions!!!!!!:)

Thursday, November 10th 2011

hi! can u plz tel me the correct pronunciation of these words- desert & dessert

Tuesday, November 22nd 2011

    Desert – dez/zert
    dessert = “dizzert”

    Tuesday, November 22nd 2011

WOW! what A WONDERFUL LESSON. I LOVE IT.

Wednesday, November 30th 2011

thank you for these videos, that is what i was looking for.

thank you ^_^

Monday, December 19th 2011

Thanks very much Ronni,I love your lessons

Friday, December 23rd 2011

hi ronnie you are the best love ya…

Sunday, December 25th 2011

keep moving forward , Ronnie with ur best explaining way , u make everything easy

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

Can i have Russian salad in starter.
I’ll have Indian curry with naan brads please from main course.
I’ll take the mint ice cream at the end thanks, please give us two half pints cokes as well.
could you please check these sentences thanks

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

    Can I have a Russian salad as my starter.
    I’ll have Indian curry with naan bread please as my main course.
    I’ll take the mint ice cream for desert thanks. Please give us two half pints of coke as well. We usually just say 2 cokes please!
    Good work!!!

    Tuesday, January 10th 2012

breads not brads

Tuesday, January 10th 2012

Thanks regards I really appreciate this

Thursday, January 12th 2012

thanks
for that

Saturday, January 14th 2012

Is there difference in the pronounce of word “the” between USA and Canada?

Wednesday, January 25th 2012

    Yes.

    Thursday, January 26th 2012

      Dear Ronnie

      As u say, the pronounce of the word’the’is difference between in Canada and USA. So, can u give some example like this?

      You apply is appreciated. Thanks a lot, Emma.

      Sincerely,
      Fong

      Monday, March 19th 2012

        Sorry, i beg your pardon. Im mistake Emma’s name instead of your name.

        To be honest, i watches the first video in this website is your lesson.Your lesson is so marvellous and splendid. Can your make more videos about how to ask questions to lecturer and how to talk to interviewer about scholarship.

        With regards.

        Monday, March 19th 2012

        The pron. of the word “the” is the same in Canada and USA!

        Tuesday, March 20th 2012

          Thanks a lot, Ronnie.

          Tuesday, March 20th 2012

when you order chicken terriyaki in a japanese restaurant. Do you say can I get a chicken terriyaki or can I get the chicken terriyaki? Also, If you wanna order a spicy tuna roll. Do you say can I get a spicy tuna roll or can I have the spicy tuna roll? I am kinda confused. If you want to order more than one roll, you just order can I get 2 spicy tuna rolls? Is that right?

Saturday, January 28th 2012

    You can say both – a or the! Yes, more than one you can say 2 spicy tuna rolls!

    Sunday, January 29th 2012

wwooooooo

Thursday, February 2nd 2012

It’s fun to watch your lessons Ronnie. I found your video on YouTube just a couple of days ago. And I’ve been viewing it since then. Everything is useful! :)

Thursday, February 2nd 2012

Ronnie, I wonder if both ways are correct to say order in a restaurant and order at a restaurant.I am inclined to use AT in this case. Am I wrong?

Friday, February 3rd 2012

    You can use both!

    Friday, February 3rd 2012

a very good lesson ! tks a lot

Thursday, February 16th 2012

tks so much!

Friday, February 24th 2012

thanks u very much for lessen that was great lesson.

Saturday, March 3rd 2012

hi Mrs. ronnie
I am komar from iraq here i want to show my greate full and happyness because of your really usefull lessons and i really want to thank you. i think I’ve down loaded all your videos. and i got alot of benifits.
pleas reply me and tell me are my grammar and spelling correct or not? thank you again.

Saturday, March 10th 2012

    I am Komar from Iraq I want to tell you that I am grateful and happy because of your really useful lessons and I really want to thank you. I think I’ve downloaded all your videos, and I’ve got a lot of benefits.
    Please reply to me and tell me if my grammar and spelling is correct or not? Thank you again.

    Wednesday, March 14th 2012

thx so much and i am grateful and happy about your lessons ….. so i like your lessons because your pronounce brilliant and so easy for understand, but i have one request if you can give more example when you explain new subject….. thx

Tuesday, March 27th 2012

Thank you Ronnie what a wonderful lesson :) Have a nice one :)

Saturday, April 14th 2012

How to give order on phone

Sunday, April 15th 2012

Hey,,Ronnie..Good Job. but as far as I remember, A Chicken Curry and the Chicken Curry are comletely different. if you ask them, what is a Chicken Curry ? Each of them show us different Chicken curry. but if you ask them, What is the Chicken Curry ? They show us same Chicken Curry. Maybe ?? or not ??
A + noun means , depends on every different Opnion .but The + Noun means , Everyone show us same Noun.

Monday, April 16th 2012

hi.whats your phon number

Sunday, May 6th 2012

This is so cool :) Very nice teacher! I would like to have a real lesson’s at teacher like she is in my country :) I’m very glad that everything is so easy to understand from her.

Monday, May 14th 2012

amazing Ronnie x

what a wonderful lesson!!!!

Sunday, May 20th 2012

The most elegant Ronnie i had ever seen in my life :) thank you dear teacher !

Saturday, May 26th 2012

now am learning English language clear am need more lesson and examination
Thank you all teacher and web directer

Saturday, June 2nd 2012

thanke you :)

Thursday, June 28th 2012

    thank you :)

    Thursday, June 28th 2012

I’m enjoying in learning.

Thanks Ronnie

Saturday, July 21st 2012

you are great Ronnie, i like your way of teaching and you are very helpful.

Monday, July 30th 2012

This is a very nice site to learn English.
and Thanks to teach us in simple way.

Thursday, August 2nd 2012

hi ronnie first thank you for the all i have one problem how the learn the vocabulaly and too how the learn to language very so thank’s and happy holiday

Saturday, August 4th 2012

Thanks to you I’m hungry.
and “the” was very helpfull. Thanks a lot.

Sunday, August 5th 2012

Entrees are first course and mains are the second course. They are not the same thing!!!

Tuesday, August 14th 2012

It’s really a nice and useful piece of information. I’m satisfied that you just shared this helpful info with us. Please keep us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

Thursday, September 13th 2012

Ronnie, it’s good to see the good divided lesson. It will definitely help me to teach my students for ordering in the restaurant.

Saturday, September 15th 2012

fizzy drinks

Monday, September 17th 2012

I’m freaking hungry right now! Ronnie you’re the best! You’re so funny! :D Keep doing what you’re doing because you do it in the best way you can! Hope it’s correct! Bye bye from Italy! :)

Wednesday, September 19th 2012

Hey Ronnie , it was useful for me but i have one question about this yet. Sounds a little bit strange for me , to talk “I will have the EXAMPLE“ can i say “i wanna EXAMPLE or i will eat EXAMPLE“ ? Many thanks..

Friday, September 21st 2012

    If you say I wanna or I will eat it is rude.

    Friday, September 21st 2012

hello i m form Belgium , An entrée (/ˈɑːntreɪ/AHN-tray; French “entrance”) is a dish served before the main course, or between two principal courses of a meal. from me and confirm with wikipedia

Friday, September 28th 2012

Hi ronnie i m from Pakistan your lesson is very informative but i have one question that how can we pronounce later s in different places plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz reply me i shall be very thankful for u

Tuesday, October 30th 2012

You guys are the best. Thanks a lot :)

Friday, November 2nd 2012

interesting and excellent

Sunday, November 11th 2012

Thanks Ronnie! Good lesson! :)

Friday, November 16th 2012

Thank you very much, my teacher. I think, this is a good lesson.

Wednesday, November 21st 2012

very nice ways to teach

Friday, November 23rd 2012

Hello friends in fact it’s an excellent teacher and before throwing lesson I love this

Sunday, December 2nd 2012

thank you, it is cool .

Wednesday, December 5th 2012

thanks ronnie:)

Saturday, December 8th 2012

thanks ronniee !!

very hungry !!

Tuesday, December 18th 2012

THANK YOU

Thursday, December 27th 2012

Very helpful lesson, thank you very much

Friday, January 4th 2013

I’m from Brazil. I have a question: the verb to have means possess something, something belongs to you. I don’t understand the sentence, for example: I’ll have the pizza. Will I possess the pizza at the restaurant? or Will I eat the pizza? Please, help me.

Monday, January 14th 2013

indeed, with you will fluent speaker

Wednesday, January 16th 2013

Thanks Ronnie… I love ur lesson… Awesome :)

Thursday, January 17th 2013

Hi Ronnie,
I’m from Brazil. I have a question: the verb to have means possess something, something belongs to you. I don’t understand the sentence, for example: I’ll have the pizza. Will I possess the pizza at the restaurant? or Will I eat the pizza? Please, help me.

Monday, January 21st 2013

    I hope you will eat it! You can think like you will possess the pizza for about and hour in your stomach.

    Monday, January 21st 2013

      Ronnie, thank you very much for your answer.

      I found out another meaning for the verb ‘Have’ in the Oxford Advanced Dictionary:

      eat/drink/smoke – (meaning number 15)

      have something = to eat, drink or smoke something

      – to have breakfast/lunch/dinner
      – I’ll have the salmon (= for example, in a restaurant).
      – I had a cigarette while I was waiting.

      Link: http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/have

      Wednesday, February 6th 2013

+an hour!!

Monday, January 21st 2013

Thanks a lot Ronny very good for beginners

Friday, February 1st 2013

Ronnie is good teacher, thanks

Sunday, February 10th 2013

thank you ronnie , that is perfect
continue with that interesting lessons !

Sunday, February 10th 2013

Hi Ronnie,I’ve always watched your video, almost everyday, ’cause I really want to learn more about English language.and it was really great. I mean it is really helpful for me. you know that? i know that you don’t know yet. now you know…haha. thank’s God ’cause I have you..you know what? you so cool teacher, you’re not boring the way you teach, you know.. really cool.. I love you Ronnie as a teacher. God bless you..more power.I’m your admirer.. Emmanuel from Philippines.Thank’s a lot.

Friday, February 15th 2013

thank you

Monday, February 18th 2013

The best kind, you would like to enjoy a cup of Colombian coffee?
mmm…

Saturday, March 30th 2013

Ronnie, i give you two thumbs up.indeed you the best tutor i had ever seen. i feel your body language especially when you have to demostrate with your two hands and using your eye contact pretty well.nice one

Wednesday, July 31st 2013

Thanks Ronnie for this yummy lesson. it makes me feel really hungry, I wish deeply to invite you for eating something but you are living on the other side of world. Have a wonderful day my great teacher.

Wednesday, July 31st 2013

this lesson is very interesting to me.

Thursday, August 15th 2013

I found my new vocabulary. Thank you, Ronnie :)

Sunday, September 29th 2013

thanks a lot Ronnie.I didn’t knew this way.It’s really easy.

Sunday, September 29th 2013

what about dessert what sould i see with cheese cake ! !

Thursday, October 10th 2013

thanks ronnie really nice but i have one quiestion when you order some think you can use i want or i would like or only i have one coffe for examplem thank you

Saturday, January 11th 2014

thanks ronnie your teatching very good please i want more lessons im 11 years old and i want to be 1st place in the english thanks you and i like your lessons i am playing english games and you are lerning me englsih and i will be talk in the game and i will be better than now thanks you ronnie and be good thanks you very very mutch…
please answer me

Sunday, January 19th 2014

:) yeah!!

Tuesday, January 21st 2014

Thank you, Ronnie

Monday, January 27th 2014

hi ms ronnie

Friday, February 7th 2014

Thank you Ronnie. You are amazing teacher and I love your lesson. Because it’s enjoyable

Sunday, March 2nd 2014

Hi ronnie , think you for this powerful lesson.

Wednesday, March 5th 2014

Hi Ronnie,
thanks for lesson. I really enjoyed it.
take care

Monday, March 24th 2014

thank you :)

Sunday, May 4th 2014

Hello Ronne. Thank you for the great lesson.

Monday, June 2nd 2014

I prefer fish snd beer! :)

Sunday, July 27th 2014

thank you for the lesson…can you teach me how to answer in
Interview at the U.S. embassy please?

Tuesday, August 5th 2014

Ronnie I love you so much!!!! You are so brilliant English teacher and your classes are very very simple to understand. Thank you so very much. xoxo

Wednesday, August 6th 2014

thank u good lesson

Wednesday, August 27th 2014

great lesson

Saturday, September 6th 2014

yor are great mu dear Ronnie

Saturday, September 27th 2014

thanks Ronnie, your the best

Friday, October 3rd 2014

Hey Ronnie! I love your lessons xoxo from Brasil.

Thursday, October 23rd 2014

Hello Ronnie!!.. Thanks..you are a superb and great teacher..i liked your lesson..

Wednesday, November 5th 2014

Hi ronnie. ou are good and fnuny teacher.When I am learning withu u I am happy.:)

Saturday, November 15th 2014
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