have a crush on someone,
play hard to get,
tie the knot, and more. These are commonly used expressions by native English speakers. Be sure to watch because I will also give you my advice on good and bad behavior in dating. BEHAVE YOURSELVES or Ronnie will get mad!
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If you wouldn’t say it to your mother or sister, don’t say it here ?
omg then if you know that this is bad why do you speak about it.
Thanks Ronnie for teaching us these interesting expression!!!
Thanks Ronnie. you are the best like every time and this lesson was grate and unique.
PS. about Tie the knot: It refer to ancient Roman ceremony that groom should open the knots around bride girdle before marriage consummated.
Hi thanks for this interesting lecture. I really like that hand writing and I’m still thinking how could some one’s hand writing be so good.
Hi my teacher Ronnie and Engvid Moderator, your this video doesn’t appear on the list of Engvid web site. Just look on youtube list and can only enter here from youtube. I wanted to let you know.
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You got 8 correct out of 10.
Cool t-shirt. #Bolsomito17
Thanks, Ronnie! Your lessons are so funny, we often laugh loudly when listening to your lessons. In China，long time ago, the people who will get married couldn’t see each other before they get married. for example, my grandfather and grandmother tie the knot, the first sight is on their wedding.
This is a very interesting story. Thank you. I didn’t know about that.
Thank you Ronnie
It’s a good lesson, thank you Ronnie.
I got the 10 answers right.
hello, great class, thanks for the lesson
Very nice lesson. I enjoyed a lot! Thanks Ronnie, you’re the best!
Thank you Ronnie
…but you are actually not standing, well, you could, depends on your style… nice touch, Ronnie
OMG! we have store here named Mr.Quickie that fixes shoes and bag. Would that name be OK?
Hahaha! There is a French expression used in English, “double entendre” (two meanings), for words or phrases like this. They have a meaning that is ordinary or innocent, and a meaning that is a bit rude or sexual. People would understand the first meaning (the shop fixes shoes/bags quickly), but also the second. It’s funny, whether the store’s name is an intentional double entendre or not. ?️
Good job ronny
Useful lessons and beautiful t-shirt!
That’s why I like you ma’am, you’re funny!
Ronnie, UR GR8! One can easily guess who wrote the questions for the quiz. Absolutely hilarious! I’d like to pop it up to you)))
Thank you Ronnie!! It’s nice learn new expressions!
I got 10 i am happy to learn with you Ronnie
Thank you a lot bigg kiss
I can’t wait for watch next video
plz don’t say any bad words because maybe a kid saw it.
and i mean sex
Good teacher i have got 6/10 thank
10/10! Great! Thanks, Ronnie! It’s a good lesson!