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excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

veronica

    Thank you EL4U for your teaching. The result shows I understand everything. Good bless you.

    barboros1979

      Thang you for your teaching,i enjoy it.

      Abdiwali Mohamed

    :)

    fifisou200

    Excellent

    kotoz

Aww… I didn’t got 100% because of the last question xD ahaha… very good lesson! keep like that! I understand a lot your lessons, I feel that since I met this place my understanding of english has totally improved and my listening too ^^ your doing a great job

Mario

I love it! Really usufull. Speacially for a Portuguese speaker.
Thanks.

Andreia Borba

I LEARN SPEAK ENGLISH I CAN LEARN SPEACK ENGLISH

SIKANDAR

I win ,i get 100%
thankyou…………….*_*

wadha

I love it. great for me. Thankyou…..

manglian

I’ll let you BORROW my car if you’d LEND me money for RENT.

digdugwug

    ahaha funny))))

    ksyha69

Hello teacher,

Can you give me information about your skype class?

Regards,

apezuela

really…i enjoyed the lesson and i understood very well.just,some times,i can’t hear well,because the teacher lauph as the same time when she teach…and we can’t listen the end of her words.but,in general….you’re doing a great work!!

anas

HI Rani
Nice Lecture..

nani

Cheers.

nandin

Hi, keep up the nice lectures. I really enjoyed them and got the benfit of them.

akram

hi guys
my score: 4/5 due to the last q. :)

maritka

great lesson and explanation…………i understand very clear
thanks

halgrimson

hi Rani
great job ,

Maso1

Hello Rani
Thank you so much for the lesson.Finely I could understand it!
You are great!!!!!!
Lian

lian

Thank youuuuu!!!!

Rafael

you are really funny when you’re teaching, i think you have strange examples,…

hichem

It’s a fascinating !

aldammak

Hi I’m Oud in ChiangMai, Thailand
I’d like to ask you a question, In case the word “Loan”. Is it same “Rent” by meaning, if you think as the money is a thing,
the interest is a the meney for the rent and they both need to
return. But I think only one thing is different. “Loan” is used for money or Bank right?
I’m not sure, just try to make a definiton.
Thank you
Oud

Suthas

    loan=
    noun…. a loan is a sum of money you borrow from someone.
    lend/lent is a verb.

    ‘rent’ can be a noun and a verb! — I owe my landlord the rent. (noun)
    Or a verb — “I rented a car!”

    We don’t rent money but we can lend it!
    Hope that answers your questions~
    Ronnie

    Ronnie

      thank u what a great teacher u are…….

      hameed

      hey Ronnie i am fouad from egypt speak arabic i want to know speak english good but just want someone help me know this

      fouad

      WOOOWWWW . I have answered all the quiz except last one the tricky question of shakespear …
      to sum you .The was an effective lesson …
      thanks allot Ronnie.

      fasool

Hi, Ronni

Thanks for your class, at last I understood the difference between borrow and lend!

You are a great teacher.

florosita

i got 5/5 wow

ihtesham09

thanksssssssssss thats was great help me alot thanks again

rosa

Thanks for the lesson i’m biginer student of ESL.
From l los Angeles California U S A.

mike

Hi teacher
I didn’t get 100% your quiz, because I did wrong last question, really …funny and enjoy your teach, I hope so you keep like that, I understood very well. thanks for your class.

hana

Would you explain the word, “lease”? What are the difference as compared with the aboves? Thanks.

SS. Moon

    Lease is like a contract or agreement. We usually have a one-year lease to rent an apartment. This is a legal contract that says you will live in the apartment for one year.

    Ronnie

I love you. You are brilliant. Thank you.

aygulina

Hello teacher,

Can you give me some information about your skype class?

Regards,

Raym – from Lisbon

RAYM

thank u i’ve got 100%…… cool !!!

christina

I enjoy your lessons

Thanks

tonyd

you are great teacher ,Thank you alot .

Noha 90

hi Ronnie ! thanx a lot for very usefui lesson

drmkayum

Thank you very much for lend us your experiences.Great work I got .

modaway

thank you very much i really like your way in teaching ..

Wessam

i like your teaching method

DAVID

wow!!! i got a perfect score!!! yepeeh…

genger_kim

Hi, Thanks for your help, I m only listening because is very very nice, thanks so much for your time. And pacience hec

hectorazo

teacher please can you tell de difference between advice and advise.

thank

yucaba

Hi lady I`m from Egypt, I like your teaching method,Thank you very much to lend us your experiences.How can difference between advice and advise? Thanks

Rageh

Very nice and educative web site. keep it up. Thanks

akinyele yemisi janet

Hello i´m a mexican English teacher, and is the 2nd time i watch your videos here,i like the way you teach you make it funny and i have to say that i´ve learned interesting things!!
Now after i finish working i check your videos to learn more `cause i wanna be an XLNT teacher haha :D

Cynthiani

An interesting lesson. Thanks.

eeae

very useful for me.thanks

shymonk19

Very good lesson. Thanks

magda

Really nice your leeson.
And you also,keep it up.

somrat

Hello, I am brazilian and I am loving your lessons, mainly this. Thank you very much

Lucia Batista

I love all the useful lessons from you, Ronnie. You explain everything very clearly.

Tee

Hello, could you please tell me when do we use “take” or “get”?

Much thank,
Sophak

Sophak

    I will try to make a video about take and get for you soon. Keep watching!

    Ronnie

thanks

candylilom

hello thnx alot for all lesson that are u teaching iam relly wish to meet u and say that u are the best teacher in all world
happy day
ahmed
egypt

ahmed

My favorite teacher in this website, awesome!

AROLDO BRUNO

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!

Madi

Hi, I am new in here. A question: fill in the blank(please): A tenant rent an apartment and a landlord …….. an apartment.
Thanks

behi

ronnie the best teacher for me.because she isn’t boring,like me the way you’re ronnie

ruben

sorry i don’t know nothing about shakespeare.he wrote romeo&juliette that’s what iknow.that is why the last question is wrong but good for you roonie the best teacher..thank you

ruben

FANTASTIC!!!!!!!THANKS

RIYAD

Thanks for teaching it really helps because of you i passed my english test and i want to thank you for this job u r doing :)

kookoo

hay i mam i got it 100%..and i leaner a lot.thanks GOD BLESS YOU

jassi

You are brilliant
I’m coming to Canada after a month

Thank you

hsson

My score is 100. All the best.

awba

congradulation to you ronnie
i like the way you teach
juste keep it up

jovens

Hey Ronnie! Nice Vids. I’ve been using some of your vids to teach my Japanese students. But just one question about your video. What’s the difference of saying “Can I borrow your car?” and “Can you lend me your car?”. Thanks and more power!

Roy

he Ronnie i have some questions pleas what is the deffernt between for you and to you
I hope to answer me pleas
thank you so much Morad Rezzoum

morad rezzoum

    For you is when we write on a gift… or say “This is for you”!
    To you we use like this: “I will give this to you!” or “Happy birthday to you!”

    Ronnie

      hi Ronnie plz make more example about these thank u

      narges

Hi Ms.Ronnie.
I am proud of your teaching method, specaily the way you taought here.
Your Student,
Shah.
It is requested you that if you will read my comments, plz tell me my mistake wheather in writting or in grammer. Because im a persian speaking. But want to improve my english very well.

shah399

Thank you very much, Ronnie!You are CooL!!!

Marsel ,Airat ,Aliya ,Amir

Hi! Ronnie How are you I have been your teaching

salahabdelshafa

Hi how do you do i’m new here but i like your
lessons great job thanks for assissting to us..
keep it up like that.. thanks indeed

Ruby ali

Wow !! you’re very good teacher …
I’ve learned a lot watching your classes
God bless you .
take care .

odair

THANK but I wish there was subtitles in the lessons of what you say because I often do not understand because I have not developed much competition hearing

Jhulyana

Thanx a lot your are wonderful

Fatima- Qatar

hi,
can i ask you a few questions:
1.how can i know when before the ing form the letter y stays y and when it becomes ie,like playng
2.my second questin is how can we learn our english words
3.and my last question is about the second conditional:i just can’t undertand it
thats all
thanks

amber

I understood ‘borrow, lend, rent and use’.
Your lesson is very exellent!!
Thanks for teaching me!!!!!

Julia

Hello Ronnie , thank u for all lessons .

hala

Yes!

Ronnie

You got 4 correct out of 5
My mistake is on the Bounus Question ONLY :):):)..

very nice lesson and thank you very much

yousefgouda

Hi Ronnie
How can I buy the complete pack of your videos???
Best

elahehgolzary

i love the way u teach us.u are a brave teacher and ill listen all your video lessons…

dolores

Now I got it the difference between this words .

thanks a lot Ronnie

ed72

Thank you so much! Now I got it

betuka

    Hi!, maybe we can share msn for practice English,…

    *****
    So this is for everyone, if you want we can to share skype or msn for talk,…

    greetings and regards!

    davo0k

Yesssss !!!

Aka

Thanks teacher! So a interesting lesson is!

hanhmip

Thanks Ronnie

bhaskarbtv

I’ve got 5 correct out of 5. Thanks! You are great teacher! Your lessons are very funny)) And it really helps me with memorizing all those thing that you are explaining

Ellya

I love the way that you explain.Thanks a lot.

Milagros

thank so much with you I am understanding

Henry

i got it perfect

raquel

very good!

eltongusmao

Tnx so much! Really easy 2 understand. :))

Bubbly Jolly

Hi Ronnie,
You are a excellent teacher and very funy. I would like to talk to you about Englis. I am sure taht it will much mportant to me. Please, contact to by e-mail (crebio@cpao.embrapa.br) ou by the skype (crebio.jose.avila).
Thank you very much

CREBIO AVILA

hello Mrs Ronnie..how are you ??
I start English lessons with your videos
thank you …but can you explain me about the mean of his sentence : neither a Borrower nor a loaner be ??????I’m waiting for answer ..thanks a lot

Rahim

    This sentence is from Shakespeare. It means don’t lend or borrow anything!

    Ronnie

yessssss
thank you my best English teacher
I love you so much

Rahim

hello my beautiful English teacher …
how are you?
what’s different between rent and hire ????
good luck

mcrahim2000

    Rent is American English and hire is British!

    Ronnie

Great! Good explanetion.

armando333

i realy learnt somethine that has value in my life. i could distinguish between borrow,lend, rent and use and how to apply in correct way and in correct time. thansk for everything

harthy

thanks Ronnie for your lesson and it was really lovely. thanks again

harthy

thanks teacher…I wanna prove myself.
-I borrow my father 500 SAR.
– Father can you borrow me some money?
-I lend my brother my a books.
– my brother use my Laptop.
– I rent a New DVD.

mimo2

Hell0 teacher!!!

I’m brazilian English student!!!

My greatest problem from English is the pronunciation, but after i know EngVid, i’ve had enjoyed a lot of.
Thanks for all and certainty i’ ll indicate it for my son and my friends..

So long!!

João Batista

fantastic i enjoyed
so i think i have to learn english grammar
pls engvid more videos about grammar thanks a lot

qobiljon

hi Ronnie,how are u doing?
I have ?4u
so can i say”Can i use your laptop?and the last thing i want to say is thank so much to remind me the difrent use between borrow ,lend ,rent and use.
cool website.

marie

    Yes, “Can I use your laptop” is correct!

    Ronnie

Hello my good teacher
Iam very happy with your teaching because i understand very easy.
Thanks a lot

Majid

i like the way you teach and i understand how speak,write and listen many thanks

sarith

your a very good teacher.Thanks a lot.

emma

Ohh Ronnie you’re simply the best!!!

bobby2603

HI RONNIE ,I LIKE YOUR METHOD THAT YOU TEACH I REALLY LOVE IT.BUT I HAVE A PROBLEM WHEN I READ IT’S OK BUT WHEN I SPAEK IT’S QUITE DIFFICULT WHY??

sakou

    It is difficult to speak because spelling and pronunciation is English is difficult!

    Ronnie

it was really informative lecture!

mohammad uzair

thank you, now only i know the difference between these words

dineshtobe

Thanks, Ronnie. It helped a lot.

Brazil

Hi Ronnie, I love the way you’re teaching us, the way how you describe all the things. I listen to the grammar and pronaunciation, as well as the way how you describe the things. I found this website and will recommend it to other people. God bless you. PS: Can you correct my wrong sentences. I thank you so much

zuzana

Hi, Thanks for your help.

Maria

Dear Ms Ronnie, Please help me distinguish
difference between rent and lease.
Thank you so much

maingoc

i got 100 score wow

rizanis

80% because of Shakespeare

mariam

    and thank you so much , i am not bad in english but our Teachers Pronounced it in a wrong way

    mariam

can we say this that
“can you lend me a hammer”
and
“can i boorow your pencil”
both are correct or not ??
i still have little bit coffusion in using these two words.

ahmad

    YES! You are correct!

    Ronnie

your lessons are very interesting, i learned a lot thank-you very much.

karim

Hello Miss Ronnie
ur such a good teacher.everyday i learned u a lot.i ask u something what is the difference between want & like.can u site some example because i’m alwaysssss confusing this two words.thank u

josephine

    Want = desire, stronger than like. I want a cupcake.
    Like = a choice. I’d like a chocolate cupcake.

    Ronnie

thanks a lot…. Now i know when i use borrow, lend, use and rent on right way

Ana

my dear, do you know some site i can find a chat room to improve my english? thanks

Ana

    Skype maybe!

    Ronnie

      hi mam please share your id……….my id is sanjeevwtp@gmail.com
      name is sanjeev jangid
      9460040031

      sanjeevwtp

thank u so much ronnie.it is realy useful me,.

jyoti

I love the way of teaching.

m2khalil

I would like to know about “Hire and Rent” May i know these two meaning different.please explain with example…thank

thiha24

Awww I have no idea with the bonus question :(
Anyway, thanks to Ronnie for making a great video lesson.

wakeelahmedchanna23

Thank you Ronnie I really like your lesson because easy ways to learn English many thanks hemn

Heman

Thank you very much. Your teaching is interested.

rattikan

Thank you for this very useful lesson.
I suppose that your friend is French or speak French : borrow your toilets ; because we can also say it that way! Could be “so British” too?

Solia

Hi!, maybe we can share MSN for practice English,…

*****
So this is for everyone, if you want we can to share skype or MSNfor talk,…

greetings and regards!

mohamed2008

Hi god bless u about this program

Mezgeb

I recently join your website I take this exercise and i scored 5 out of 5.

Sonia

you are awesome i like verymuch your method of teaching

adireddysangu

Great, great lesson. Thanks

JOSE VALERIO

Hi Roony! ?4u, does engvid office locate in gang quarter? Usually we hear police cars pursuing someone?? jk :-)
AZERBAIJAN

Zahid

    That’s just our city, man!

    engVid

    ahahaha No – we are located on a main street in Toronto! The city is very noisy!!!

    Ronnie

Excellent its lessons. Thank you for teaching us.

Amarilo

WOooooOwW I’ve got 100, thank you for these great lessons.

Moni

thanks lesson

iM somali

abdikarim

Hello Ronnie ,
First of all ,Thank you very much for your great Effort and you are really amazing,talented and funny . in 03:37 about lend , you said : i have a car but you ( did not or do not have) ,i heard it (did not) !

I have a Q (for or to) you ,
what is the difference between parents’ and parent’s ?
thank you very much …,
shokran (thanks).
Ahmad , Egypt . :) $ > syphilis too !um dont use it ( many ? ) (a lot) .

ahmadhandasa

    If you write “parent’s” then you’re talking about one parent. “That parent’s child is misbehaving a lot at school”. You’re only referring to a particular parent.
    “Parents'” would be plural. “The parents’ child is misbehaving at school”. Now you’d be referring to both parents.
    Look at whatever appears before the apostrophe.
    My parent’s car = the car of my parent (only one person here)
    My parents’ car = the car of my parents (parents = plural)
    Another example:
    the girl’s book = the book of the girl (singular)
    the girls’ book = the book of the girls (more than one)

    Ronnie

SO INTERESTING LESSON
THANK YOU A LOT

karim15

Thank u Teacher you’re very helpful I love the way u teach

Agron

Hi my dear.How are you?It was a great lesson as usual.Can I know what is your age?Do not think that I am an inquisitive person and if you would like not to answer please do not I will not get affended.Say please is there a big difference between American English and British English.I do learn British English and I have heard that if you know British English it would be very difficult for you to come in touch with Americans, I mean they will understand what are you talking about, but you will hardly do.Is this true?I have never been in America but I hope that day my dream will come true as IT is one of my GREATEST DREAMS!!!!

Hripsime

    If you have learnt British English you can communicate with Americans! Don’t worry – it is still English – just some vocab. is different and of course the accents!

    Ronnie

Thank you so much Ronnie
you’re the best teacher I have ever seen !!
is it correct this sentence !!

Abderahim

    You’re the best teacher I have seen.
    Thanks!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie
Nice lecture, thank you! I learned the difference between “borrow” and “use” form your video. It is very clear explanation !

kyoheiohkubo

it is very fantastic to learn from you very goog effort but it will be more usful if we get a texe for lessons at the beginning i heard a word conte or court i can not understand so i fail in last questtion.

khalid

== Thank you for your lesson but I still don’t understand a little bit about lend. “Can you lend me -your- car ?” ,,, Why you use -your- in this sentence ? I really don’t understand ,, ^ – ^ Could you explain this sentence , please ? ==

Is it corrcet all sentence in ==(…)== ?

Many thanks for your answer ,,

ponzakung

    Your car because it belongs to the person you are asking!

    Ronnie

    ใช้ your car เพราะ แปลทั้งประโยคว่า “คุณให้ฉันยืมรถของคุณหน่อยได้ไหม”

    PAO

Thank you my teacher for explanation

But I have little problem

how to use ( rent ) exactly ??

because it is not understand

how to use ( rent )

Turkey

    Rent = money to use something.
    EX: I rent a car for the weekend. I give the rental company money, they let me use a car.
    OR a monthly payment for an apartment/house.
    The rent in Toronto is very expensive! A one bedroom apartment is about $800 per month!

    Ronnie

really interesting lesson

mexcola

oh yes i have got 5 out of 5 thanks

labraiz

please

mrs. Ronnie

my teacher did not teach us clearly about the 9 english patterns if you can gives us these patterns i will be thankful for your help

lola

    I don’t know the 9 patterns, sorry.

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,
This lesson is really interesting and I understand now the difference between those words. Although I got 5 on the test, I really don’t know who made the quote. I only made a guess, but I know now. Thank you so much! Cheers

leo

5 correct out of 5.
Thanks for your lessons Ronnie!
It’s so easy to understand you.
And thanks for bonus question! =) it helps to ‘shake your brain’ ;)

venusflygirl

nice teacher!!!!!

claire

Ronnie you are the best thank you for the all lessons

Gadi

ta 4 Ur lesson

srush

Simply The Best!

Victor

,can,,you esplain the simple past pleas

apinaya30

    Search the site for “simple past”.

    Ronnie

This is my first time to know the correct pronunciation of borrower, maybe it’s because of colloquial language here in my country. Love you teacher. I knew it already.

Precious

What is diffference between MAKE and DO?
YOU ARE REALLY A GREAT TEACHER…
YOU BORNED FOR THIS JOB

Johny=Greece

You are great

Leyla

thank you

hiedr

hi Ronnie thank you so much for your lesson.Really i have a question to you, i want to ask you which way or strategy is more power and good to learn english grammar.And thank you so much .I appreciate your help.

mohamed

Hello ronnie My name’s fayrouze and iam algerian.Actually i liked all your lessons they were so useful and helpful according to me.. Well i do not have many english ppl to improve that language which is very important to me …And iam in need of that So if you have another ideas which can solve my problems Just inform me and that would be a big pleasure :)

fifisou200

Thank You :)

noor4islaam

helooo teacher how are you? i have a little confusion in thz word “lend” so would u pls explain that wid example???? is thz sentence rite
i’ll lend u my car!

MEhak

    Yes, your sentence is correct. If you do not understand, watch the video again. Lend = give. I have explained everything in the video.

    Ronnie

teacher Ronnie please tell me what are the differents between who, whose ,whom , which????????? please don’t forget

khadija1996

hello!thank you very very much our teacher Ronnie, please tell me what are the differents between who, whose ,whom , which????????? please don’t forget

khadija1996

    Search these words on the site – there is already a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

thank you so much

khadija1996

sorry
can i use your pen is the right sentence.

kunga

thanks!

nice lecture^^

heerakkim

Thank you Ronnie

Monika

superb my teacher

RAJA

Very very useful. Now i can use them that is not afraid of misunderstanding.
:D
oh, god. I don’t know whether my sentence above is correct. :|

elioma2403

I’m Vietnamese.Ilove this video. It is really good for my English. I want to improve my speaking.But I do not know other link about it. can u show me some good link?

MY NGUYEN

Hello Ronnie i want to know in first question why the word of “Lend” is not not fixed in lieu of borrow. Please solve my confusion if you have a time. Thanks

tariq

Hello Ronnie I learn a lesson last two days borrower lend rent use in the end i solve the quiz but one question my wrong i choose lend word but after result i saw on answer sheet word borrower use in place of lend i don’t understand. please if you have some times for me to solve this confusion.
Thanks

tariq

I’m grad! Thank you

yuji45

thank for your lesson! i like it

tranquoc

Thanks Ronnie.

ekilicer

thanks

erka

Thnx Ronnie.I’m fond of you!!!

hnar90

I like your lesson very much! I very confuse two words: warrantand guarantee please explain the difference thank you very much.

rulian

Dear Ms Ronnie,
hello,
I am from Afghanistan, the videos are quite useful to all of us, i really enjoy and learn a lot,i watched your this video clip, your teaching methods is fabulous like always i say this, i am still confuse at some parts, and i hope you will reply me.

Will you lend me your car? Can i borrow your car? Is there any difference between these two sentences (requests), or they are same, 2. last night i borrowed huge amount of money from my friend, so i have to lend all money back or i have to return all the money back as soon as possible than it was too late i could not go to home on that time, my another friend me lend his room or loaned me his room.??? (correct or wrong) Need explaining while using these two words with money also the word use is not clear to me, you taught us in your video that whenever we use the word “USE” with a sentence it means you use something and you may not return it back, maybe someone forgets to return it back or trying to steal it. but i have heard a lot from people saying that, Can I use your Laptop for some minutes please? after using it the person has to return it back. Can i barrow your laptop for some minutes Please? Can you lend me your Laptop for some minutes please? Can i use your laptop for some minutes? Loan, lend and borrow, Are these three can be used with money? How?? I am totally confused with these three words. that shows my weakness, but i am trying to improve it, i never give up from something which i am weak at unless i find solution for it,need your support toward it. I hope you will response to me and thanks for the video clip. Sorry for asking.

Omaid

    Will you lend me your car? Can i borrow your car?…..These are the same!!!
    You have to pay money back…not lend.
    A friend lent me his room or will lend me his room.
    You can lend and borrow money or items!1 Your sentences are correct!!! Great work!

    Ronnie

      Hello Ronnie.thank you so much for your lesson,everyday i learn new things from here,i admire so much your work.Congratulations.
      when you have time could you make a lesson about to drag,to haul and to pull?
      thank you.have a nice day

      marius1989

Dear Ronnie,
thank u for ur lesson, it is really helpful when i use those word. i have a confusedness about “truth, true and trust”, if it’s possible, could u please make a video about it?

ronle99

I know english pretty much already and I was like “oh, I won’t learn anything new from this”. But after watching it entirely I did learn something new (borrow vs rent thing; borrow vs use thing; the quote :))

crap

Hey Ronnie.. Amazing lesson as always.. Could i say that lend and give are synonimous? Thanks

Lucas

    Yes! You can say they are synonymous!

    Ronnie

Great you explain, Ronnie!!

peter77

thanks for you

yosri atta

this is a good video ¨!
can you make video abuot , letter writing ?
can you anwer it quikly ?
thanks

apinaya

Thanks

pafsilipoclub

hhhhhhhhhhhhhi Ronnie i love your lesson …so helpful mmm in this sentence i have to use lend or use as an example i was absent one day and the day after i said to my friend could you lend me your copybook ,plz ? is it correct :) i love you so much Ronnie ;)

zazinou

Hi Ronnie!
Thank you so much that you make English funnier and everyday i learn new things from here.
I am from czech republic (maybe you know this country just for beer ) ;D so…education of english in our land is very wretched and that´s only way how to learn right English..thanks that you make these awescome lessons :)

Sarah

hi,i’m assma thank youuuuuu so much

assma melek

thanks a lote

cajubr

Hello Ronnie,
This Neither Nor phrase is difficult to understand but I will try hard.
But I have 5 out of 5 mark!
Thank you for your detailed explanation.
Talk to you later.
Susan

Susan

Hello Ronnie,
You are an excellente teacher!
Thanks

vieira2015

    right

    samar Ahmed

Tanks very much Teacher Ronnie for your work.

A.Ahmed

hi Ronnie;I LOVE YOUR way of teaching thank you a lot I want to ask you about the meaning of bleach and thank you .

soulynara

Dear Ms. Ronnie. I’ve confused with the different word between “Lend” and “Land”. How to pronunciation it? Please help me, Thanks :)

ilhamhimawan

you are great my teacher

akram86

hi.
its the first time i came to visit your website!your lessons seem cool and really practical!
thanks my new teacher!

Nina.

It’s super easy and fun with you, thanks!! Can I borrow your perfect English? ;-)

Virginie

I’m tired of this website. So out of date.

Richard

THANKS A LOT .BUT I DONT UNDERSTAND YET THE EXPRESSION FIRST-LAST?IF YOU PAY IT AND YOU STAY ONLY ONE MONTH YOU PAY FOR 2MONTHS OR ONLY ONE MONTH?AND THEY WILL RETURN THE PAYEMENT OR NOT
THANKS A LOT

hadeel

Thank you very much ronnie, all lessons are very helpful <3

Med Jahouh

hi Ronnie congratulations with your teachings are easier to learn the diferences betwin the words and meanings.

raymond

Hi Ronnie I enjoy to watch your lesson, because I learn a lot with you, you are funny, intelligent with very good looking.

Luis

Thanks I was a bit confused about it;)

charliefred

Good lesson!!!

joaodei09

thanksssss!!

lalo93

thankkkkkkkkkkkkkk you!
ugh, the last Q;( so i get 80 well .. still good i think hahaha

aisha57

thank you….. I understand well and I get 100

abdo22

Thank you Ronnie!!!

antoniocoelhoneto

Hi Ronnie, you are a very good teacher and I am a quite good
student so my English is improving day by day. Thanks a lot.
Ciao

nanarella

Thank you Ronnie :D. Learning english with you and your methods is so great and fun

gabrieloliver

thank you. I love your lessons

malak1989

I am new and i really like your teaching method.Thanks…

Jawad Ahmed

Hi Ronnie,
Thanks a lot. But you could have inserted the word “hire” in your lesson… (Maybe in an other one).
Take care,
Jean-Paul

jpfromparis

I thought maybe i got a perfect as watching your lesson,then i got a perfect~~
Thank you for kind of lesson.

Jinhun

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edinho

THANKS……………

ulligui1

please ronnie help me to speak english fluently

samar Ahmed

And no gift for the “bonus”?? :)) For loan oft loses both itself and friend,
And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry….

Natalie8

I love the humor you add to the lessons.
Thanks a lot. Today is my first time on the website but I’ve learned a lot from you and the others.

kineh

Can you do a video about helping verb for me?

ricocoldwata

what dose Borrow mean ?

Refaat 11

    When someone gives you something of theirs that you will give back to them later on, you are borrowing it. For example, you borrow books from the library, or you might borrow a pencil from a classmate.

    engVid Moderator

Hi, ronnie due to poor Internet service video operation is very difficult ,some times we just tak the quize before listened to lesson which so terrible for us. Is ther any way to over come this corner stone. Cheery my lovely teacher

Nubaone

I love this page…. Thanks ronnie

Jessicasakura

why I’m can not repeat my quiz.? My quiz result very bad..

MUHAMAD FAHMI

Thanks Ronnie;)

sar.ra16

there must be a box to put in it x, to record which video watched.

mastik

WOW! teacher i got Bonus question.i can answer and i understand well because you are good at explanation!! Thanks

Pinky Phyo

thank you RONNIE. NICE LESSON

NAOUFEL. B

Hi Ronnie! Could you teach a lesson on “when use into, onto and upon” ? Thanks!

franciano

Great lesson!Thank you very much!!!

Abisso Rain

superbly Lessons, thanx a lot all

toraman

“…Neither a borrower nor a lender be;
For loan oft loses both itself and friend,
And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.
This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man…”
Hamlet.

MarcioLima1993

Thanks Ronnie

Rozenn

Hi!I’m intrested the style you teach.

hsd901

Hi Ronne!Tanks for your effort.

hsd901

Thank you awsome teacher

You are great

pips

Hey guys i need language partner to paratice

If thers someone interssing add me on skype

said.h91 :):)

pips

thanks

jehanzeb

thanks Ronnie

jehanzeb

Great ! Thank you !

Yeleneel

Hi Ronnie, I am Van from Vietnam. I am very interested in your teaching method. Could you tell me which the correct answer is: ” most buttons are made of … wood, plastic”,is it “such materials as” or “materials such as” Thanks.

caroltran96

hi ronnie ! i like all your lessons ! be blessed !

abel santos

Good lessons,Thank you

pavanut2

Lend and rent was terrible for me. In my native language there is one word for your both words. I think your lesson help me a lot. Thank you.

adach75

Great!!!
Super LIKE!!!

elgz

thanks a lot!!!!!!!

Rahmonali

it’s fun to learn from you . keep it up and thank you a lot .

abdelhay MrA

Thank you very much. I am a new member. when I watched this video. I know how is different meaning another verbs.

BennySue

Thank you Ronnie ^_^

zoz

this lessons is extreamley helpful for me and thank you ronnie :D

divanurulakifah

Amazing explanation Ronnie! You are a wonderful and beautiful teacher. Thanks a lot. I understood the lesson pretty good.

Briceno9

thank you so much :D

ngocanh.bdc

Thank you so much!

I understand this lesson very well.
you are wonderful teacher.
see you soon Ronnie.

byong228

Hi dear ronnie do you have any enlish classes in toronto ?

Sadaf82

Hi dear ronnie do you have any english classes in toronto ?

Sadaf82

wow .i got 100% thank you ronnie,you are an amzing teacher xD

Haru96

thank you very much for the lesson

boulboul18

Yeah!!!! Well done for me i got 100.

Phudsadee

    you realy thai? why u live in jakarta?

    chakim hamzah

      Oh yes. I ‘m follow my husband relocated here Jakarta.

      Phudsadee

        if he doesn’t mind I wanna know your husband and become friend. is he Indonesian?

        chakim hamzah

          Great!!! But he is British. We are also learn Bahasa Indonesia for 3 language. My husband do not mind to make a friend he will impress it.

          Phudsadee

          I am waiting you & your husband in my Facebook
          frans115@yahoo.com or chakim hamzah

          chakim hamzah

          I am waiting you & your husband in my facebook
          chakim hamzah

          chakim hamzah

          come to my facebook or let me know your facebook.

          chakim hamzah

Thank you so much

Tchin Shi

Nice lesson Ronnie

aboood1994

Thanks a lot

akvan

Thank you Ronnie

golozari

can i lick your toilette, please)))

an58ton

thank ronnie for your teaching i enjoy it

ibrarayan

The english is so much easer with Ronnie. Thanks :)

jaqueveal

thank you ronnie

frankyforlife

Great. Thanks

Yousef Awad

Did you ever try to draw a caricature ??? I guess you should ??? you have beautiful handwriting.

Haitham Al Saied

I’ve watched almost all videos-classes of teacher Ronnie. I can’t choose the best. I don’t believe someone coul in fact.

Mariberto Domingues

4/5
Great. Thanks

Odatte

You’re a good teacher!! thanks for the lesson

Andymendoza

thanx ronnie

laila.bujasim

Thank a lot Ronnie, finally I’ve be able to understand it.
Please, could you tell me where is your accent from?.
Brogue?

jjtarragona

Good!

zapdnb

ronnie I wanna fish taco
anyone have fish taco?

chakim hamzah

Thank you so much, teacher!

Xan San

thank you

AliAsha

Hi, Ronnie! I saw I wrote one sentence ” can you lend me YOUR car??????? Why it was Your car instead of My car???? Can you explain for me, please?

Uyentran2225

Gorgeous I`ve got 100 % 10 OF 10 The answer of the last question is Shakespeare !

EbrahimMohammed

I love the way you make things easier and easier ;an excellent way of teaching I love it

salemo

Thanks a lot Ronnie, you are the best teacher !!!

FABIAN TAPIA

Amazing.. Thank´s

Bruno Leoo

what’s the difference between “speak” and “talk”?

gag

I’m loving to learning with Roonie <3

Mari

thank you ronnie

twister1993

Hello Ronnie ,
really thank you your grammer:)
but what is lend and offer different?

daniq

4/5
i really don’t know who said it.

ann ann

Hay guys for everyone who wants to brush up his /her english this is my email aintaya2015@gmail.com

mohfreeman

hi dear
4/5 not bad.But enjoy it . Tnx

Hadipore

thank you very useful , but i have a request , we need some lessons about american high school , you know for example different classes ,labs , marks , lockers , principal,schoolyard thank you

soso123

Darn it! I couldn’t believe I would get a perfect score.

JanineMorada

dear mam.
will u plz upload some tricky stock exchange(or)corporate words with pronounciation.

nani dasari

hi Ronnie, thanks for your time, thanks a lot

ameca

you’re the BEST Ronnie!!! love love love

fatimaroseruiz

thank you so much :)

Khalid Marfouk

That lesson was good, but I don’t understood the phrase “Neither a borrower nor a lender be?”.

mki.araujo

Thank you for this lesson

Jimi Reis

thank you miss ronnie this is a good lesson i learnt many thing from you

elabdar

thanks you ronnie!

luoyong6

Thank you for interesting lessons;)

Yulyashka

I have got a full mark wooooow.. thank you Ronnie for your great efforts

Dina fekry123

Ronnie please would you upload video explains the phrasal verb ((carry))

Haider alawi

Thank you.

Vivimi

thanks Ronnie :)

mkania

Thanks Ronnie! Great lesson. Simple, clear and effective :)

maxiev

Thanks Ronnie
100%

YMFA

Thanks Ronnie , I love you very much , and your lessons are useful.

layali

thx Ms Ronnie . 80%

mgh

Ronnie,I like your lessons very much. Thank you very much.

Erage

Thank you ,you are the best teacher I have

ERRAOUI1990

Hi Ronnie,

could you please explain the difference RENT and LEASE ? thanks.

Anya

y196277353

Definitely you were born to teach, Ronnie!!

Anderr

thanks Ronnie i got 100 :D
my problem that i cant find someone to practice English with

sarah fouad

hi ronnie.I want to go to abroad for learning english. my first choice is your firm or university. because you are great teacher. I am sure that I can learn english easily with you.
can you help me about this topic ?

yucelyigit

thanks :))

mohamed77

Thank you so much, you are the best… until now I can understand it, THANK.

Marta Lopez

Thank you very much, Ronnie!

cleonir gomes

Hi teatcher
Thank for this leson

AyOot samih

thank you, miss ronnie

pasu

Hi teacher,
Please correct my sentences.
1.can you convert 100 yen ( in or into) dollars?
2.my uncle (teach or made) me swim.

KashifJaved

    We will not do your homework for you, but we will give you a cat gif.

    engVid Moderator

Thank you. God blesses you

cicilcom

i got 80%

k.abed

Great Teacher!

Thaylor

Ronnie, you are awesome. Very helpfull !

selam21

Waw, Ronnie. I like your Video.
Thanks a lot :)

Tian Kustia

Thanks mam for you nice presentation.

Sheikhsadi

thank you very much , I enjoy it

hamedna09

Thanks Ronnie, Got 100 marks!

Multiuzair

Thank you for the lesson. It was the first lesson with you and i’m glad to see you !

lookup

thanks Roonie and i like your unique way of delivering lession

nituu31

thanks ROnnie

younes aboulfadl

ronnie ur the best techer ive ever known :)

alyslay

yessssssssss 100 100 100

mero.mg

Yes I got a perfect score …. thank you engvid thank you ms. Ronnie!

rej14

Thank you for your teaching,

torodang

Thank you, your style seems like Jame’s.

Rezajohn

I really love your lessons and also you make my laugh. Great job. You are a good teacher

samuelmoncrieff

Thanks!

shihai182

well done Ronnie . So clear illustration. Thanks a lot.

drhazim

Funny and very helpful for me.

dreamk7x

Hi mam,
I’m very happy after getting 100%.
and just wanna to say that, i love your method which you’re using to teach the peoples.

WAQAX JATT

Amazing one, Ronnie. Thank you..

Reda Zaghloul

great lesson and explanation…………i understand very clear
thanks

AHMED ALOBEIDI

Dear Ronnie,

very interesting and funny :-)

Many thanks!

AnielloQuaranta

Thanks so much, Ronnie. Your way of teaching is amazing!

Reda Zaghloul

Thank you

Krich

can i say Lend my love or barrow your love?

Max Gook

thank you very much

Aml Mounier

For us, Brasilians, borrow and lend are very confused because we use only one word to express bith meanings.

FernandoVM

    That’s very interesting! English has another pair of words, “teach” and “learn”, that is also just one word in some languages. (In some dialects of English, “learn” can also be used to mean “teach”—but it is not standard.)

    engVid Moderator

      For this pair, we also have two words: ensinar and aprender. But for land and borrow, just one: emprestar. Thanks for your comment.

      FernandoVM

Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

Hi Ronnie
I want to say we are so lucky because of you:)

eesraa87

I was right…was Shakespeare

al willis

it was a awsome lesson..thanks

kubilayklknn

Very good! Thanks

Marize Mori

thank you for your help

achalamama

i understood exellent the theme and i had 80% score
the last question was a litte bit difficult)))
Thank you Ronnie)))

Ismoil995

Thank you teacher Ronnie!

@xxbynab

Thank you very much for your explanation.
Finally I underestand it.

Jerry
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