169 COMMENTS

that’s quite a good lesson. I hope the quiz is coming. Best regards

protanya

    I like that lesson. thank you Roonie ma’am !

    lokit

bitter lager very tasty at 5´48 that was the best of this topic, hell yes. because I like to drink beers. cya u Ronnie n’ thank u funny teacher.

Efrain

Thank you Ronnie for this excellent lesson! I have a question. In Uruguay I usually have breakfast consisting of coffee and some cookies. A Canadian friend of mine told me that what I eat every morning aren’t cookies but pastries. So, what’s the difference between cookies and pastries?
Regards,

jafcru12

Sorry Ronnie we call it arugala or arugula ,i think the latter

Hassan

    yes..! I agree :) I think that arugula is correct, not arugala… mhm? What do you think about it, Ronnie? :) Take care :)

    KiniMini

Oh~, Where is the Quiz

kangsangmin

America(US) British

pants trousers

elevator lift

movie film

sidewalk pavement

take care:)

mursaleen45

    thanks that was useful bro

    oscar1918

quiz???

anniiam

    There’s no quiz for this lesson!

    engVid Moderator

      why is there not a quiz

      sarves12

        Not all the lessons have one, that’s all!

        engVid Moderator

          I just see the video to do the quiz and surprise there is not!, but thats ok

          oscar1918

    chips potato today it’ll be quiz

    HassanMohamed@mail.ru

good lesson. I am waiting for the next one…..

raul

hi there i like ronnie’s teaching

shoiab

IS very nice lesson .

ABDULRAHIM HAMID

I need anther lesson .

ABDULRAHIM HAMID

I want to know more about north American .

ABDULRAHIM HAMID

i think we need to study more words about food! However, thanhks Ronnie for your lesson :)

Jasmine

I am realy helped by you. I want more details lessions on prepotition such as to , of , at,in , on etc and also step by step lessions on eng. grammer.

somnath das

Hi Ronnie! Thanks for explanations!I watch your videos with pleasure, they are very useful and funny, yeah and besides grammar we can improve our listening too!I’m going to pass English exam at the university this year and I hope your site can help me to get a high mark!!! Thanks again! See ya !

smbsmbsmb

where is the quiz

marwa

No quiz !! :”””(

najla44mohammad

Keep up the fantastic work Ronie. Engvid is the best website ever.

maher10

I would like you please to post a video on how to use (a), (an), and (the) in a sentence. I understand the basic but what I am looking for is to explain in details and list the exceptions, if any.
for example this sentence,
“the presentation I delivered was received with great satisfaction.”
now, why wouldn’t I put (a) before the word (great). To me, it should be “with a great satisfaction”. But anyway, I think you understood what I am looking for.

Please post a video on this.
Thank you

sadon

Hi Ronnie! I really like the way how you teach. You are the best you got really a sweet voice. I want to learn use of “About to” in grammar. i have a sentence structure like ” You all are about to weep now” Kindly provide some good examples and where should i use “About to”

Praveen

Hey guys ! I really like your classes.. they’re fantastic ! Could you please post video on the correct pronunciation of the letter ‘R’ ?
Thanks..

lucasarg92

thanks for you the lesson very useful
I hope you continue.
thanks again.

avin

tq ronnie .u r teaching is gud i like so much.

sankar

Ronnie,

I think is not Arugala as you said. The correct is Arugula

crebio

ronnie your the best teacher …

jose

Sister Ronnie
Thanks a lot for u r class..
Lov u..

jacob88

Ronnie has explained very well.

nagarajnayak

Ronnie is the best teacher ever! <3

Bruno

teacher your teaching is very very good. nuw iknows littile english any body ask to any thing i can under stand but icanot speek toevery boy (i know my english is not good .i want to speek in english plssssssssssssss help me

ajeesh

you are agood teacher.. you can teach clear and easy to know

joto

Ronnie! Your lessons are the best! Thank you very mush!

Nastya

gooooood

rasheedsha

thank you …!

pooshan

Hi Ronnie Teacher… I have a Question. Can U Please Explain me In detail Where To Use Would And Will While Speaking..And Grammatically What Is The actual Difference between them?? I Love Your Lessons and Your Teaching Method..Thank You For Everything My Teacher :)

sachinj

it is perfect web leston

tuncay

wow what a great lesson.
thank you very much ronnie.

a person

quiz please
best wishes to all

samft

I wish you all the best.
Thank you.

jamie19

Thank you Ronnie for the lesson.
Here I have a question related to pronunciation about letter ‘X’. e.g. anxiety,anxious,lexigram etc…
Please explain it.

Amir

    I will try to make a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

      in america they call a biscuit like a custard cream a cookie in Britain a cookie is a round biscuit with chocolate chips on them.

      sarves12

I really like Ronnie lessons.

lucasleitao

I go East, I go West,
I`m sure Ronnie is the best!
And this Vocabulary food
I know now very good!
Oh I`m sorry, I`m fail,
Not very good but very well.
I dream in my imagination
To learn all grammar, pronanciation,
It`s hard, I know, nevertheless,
You`ll help me Ronnie,
You are the best!

victor55555

    That was a great ditty! Thanks so much!

    Ronnie

Very nice lesson. Your lesson helps me in making differences in vocabulary of British and North American.

Masood Kamran

thank u 8)

hanody

hello ronnie.. is not arugula??? or is arugala??? cos i found in internet that in english is the same word as spanish(my mother language) arugula… thanks

luis

I love EngVid because you are there!
I am an arabian girl and I have learnt these words ,but they were mixed together. However, I can now distinguish whether they are British or not.

Thanx my teacher (=

Qatari

She is great!! very funny her lessons!! I love her!!

July

is it “arugala” or “arugula” ?

ayw404

“abdulrahmannnn” my Skype

alreadyexist

Thanks Ronnie teacher~ (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

ruvia

Hi .rEALLY I LOVE YOUR TEACHING BUT QUIZ IS VERY IMPORTANT I MADE A NOTE BOOK OF THE MANE OF AND WRITE ALL THE QUIZ PLEASE PREPER THE QUIZ THANKS MS.RONNIE

Akbar

    why are you screaming?

    ilmeg

Thank you Rooni…nice teaching … I really like your lesson. pls advise me how to improve my english conversaion skills.

Rizwan Ahmed

Thank you Ronnie!

ghazala zafar

ronnie i want to know hoe to speak in american accent bcz i am in Pakistan and i wanna speak like an american plz help me in this

azra22

how to pronounce slang is it slung or slaang

azra22

good one.

gopal101

I think cookie is used in the United Kingdom and biscuit in North America. Really?

Manuel

Great the lesson! Ronnie is one of the best English teachers all over the world.

Manuel

Ronnie,İ like your lesson

oguzozturk

Amazing,very nice

bahadurzaman

Why do you use different words :)? You speak same language.
Thanks a lot for the lesson.

geop147

i wanna download …how can i do it..??brilliant Roooonnnn

Soran

H
i want to download all tenses from simple present up to past future perfect continous tens how can I do
just show me the method of this

many thanks
najib ullah wqif

najib ullah

You’re really awesome!! just awesome!! thank so much for all these tips.

Ana

it is arugula,not arugala!

miyaaww

    Hi, thanks!
    It’s correct “arugula”.

    sfidelis

rocket, roquette, rucola, rugula, or arugula, not arugala…

Fortero

YOU ARE BEST TEACHER IN THE WORLD…

zain

There is no quiz :( Anyway, good job Ronni, we love You!

vcramera

thank’s very important i hope visiting canada is a beautiful countery

abouhomssa

thank’s for all staff in this website , thank you very mach

Alezz Alazzani

h! i am narjice from Morocco, i am studying at university this year,i study science.before i was have a problem with some verbs like see;watch;look and other verbs but now i am so proud of my self because i can know the diffrence.i will see all videos and thank you engvid so much.

narjice

I learn the basic diffence between Assure, enssure and Insure.This lecture is most usefull and beneficial.

ALAM

I like study English

A malis

Thank You!

iamthei

very nice >>

thank you

yasawd

Thank you Ronnie !!! :) that was very fun

Gabriela Zapata

French fries… It’s a very funny name because no one really knows the country of origin of these fries… (French and Belgians both say that they invent this way of cooking!!!) But I remember the period when Americans change the name “French fries” to “Freedom fries”…!!! They did that to protest against the decision of the French government not to follow the USA in the war against Iraq… (anti-French sentiment!!)… Such a noise for so little pieces of potatoes!!! :)

milly

Its been nice to watch your Videos very simple & digestible. I learned allot from this website,Greetings from Tando Jam,PAKISTAN.

Rehana yasmeen Siddiqui

This is good lesson but I need more to lean myself at home

Saroeun

i need to learn more english

omar

Quiz?????

dilstefny

love ur way of teaching <3

yasmeen

I really want to improve my english. I need you to help me, I am not good speaking. When was young I really want to study English but I am poor. I learn with the monks at pagoda. They learn for free. But not a good teaching. But I really like to learn there, because they are very friendly.

Now I have time to learn with and hope you to make me to improve my English.

Thank a lot.

Naroth

perfect vocabulary.

leobsas2000

My English teacher was so rude, that’s why I’ve bunked many classes, now here I find you funny and more informative than my teacher..:)

ARGoswami

Wow, amazing teacher!

xxx

it was very fun
i like the way which you explain it

OKA

Again good lesson in British language Thanks Ronnie! Well I have knowledge to British food ,meals and dishes , because my previous job were chef assistant in London.
Okay anyway, good explanations again Ronnie! Cheers!

scortan

thank you Ronnie:)

Elif

thanks its realy benefit

hassan0122139895

I really like the way you are .. ur style. Thank you.

Chelsea

Hi.I can’t see the video unfortunately.following those comments I love your class.like!

hoori

Thanks Ronnie!

andreiabeletati

I got it ! thank you Ronnie :D

jimmysaenz90

good lesson !!!

jennifer doran

Really helpful

majed1977

i really love the way Ronnie teaching! :) thanks for the fun

maryam83

I,ve ever never seen sch way of teaching in my Life, really that is wonderfulness, thanks so much Ronnie, God bless you .

Ahmed ADAM

Good lesson! Thanks Ronnie:)

bocur12

Great teacher.

Aman

Like the way you teach.It is nice and easy to understand.

Atif

It is a pleasure learning from you! I could spend all my day here in Engvid website…

Sally S

Hello
I do not speak English better because Arab
Is it possible representation of Vocabulary clearly more so I can understand the vocabulary

haneen

How are you Ronnie?
thank you so much and It is a pleasure learning from you.
I have a question I want to learn British Accent
pronunciation how ? please help me

mlmpilot

Hellow
i am poor in eng.because my mother tongue is hindi so i requsted madam give me good directin to improve eng.

pawan

She should show us real fruits at the same time!

Raquel

i think your cool ronnie

fun

Roonie,Could you make a video distinguishing the differences in meaning among these words “impact,influence,effect,affect”. It makes me very confused when using :)

letrinhan

I am a new student here, can anyone give me a link for British English on this website, please?

omarable

french fries = frites (in french):)

morsi007

you are a good teacher please in math you make 22 not 21

yusuf12

what a funny lesson!!!

cris92

a great lesson …thank you so much …

saman1986

great thanks so much and where is the quiz????

nguyen1112

thank

jehanzeb

Thank you!!! <3

Ohmyolesia

I have problems to see videos on YouTube. Please change it to other sites.
What is the the Tor browser exactly.

Anahita

Thanks a ton!

Tamil Selvan Murthy

you rock and i like your teaching style

Lalenthi

Thank you for the lesson, Ms Ronnie ! Please, could you tell me how do I ask for water without gas ? It’s correct to use ”unfizzy water” ? Thank you for the answer.

Swan1

Thanks a lot, Ms Ronnie! God lesson!

Ip Man Lee

Loved it, ur such a brilliant teacher, btw when I was in the southern part of the US they’d talk about this topic, n yeah they said that northern people call soda pop, kinda strange.

thiagobonamigo

In Brazil we call cotton candy, sweet cotton lol.

thiagobonamigo

where is the quiz?

Roohallah Ahmadi

You’re really my best teacher ^^ I shared your channel with my french “english teacher” and she is agree with me :) Take care !

Nao Reminiscence

thanks for the nice lesson :)

Erika M

Thanks Rebecca, Very useful lesson!

winnie22

tnx teacher :)

pochashahin

Can i get your training script, please? Because i’m not strong listening.

vincentjohn

You are my best motivation!

Iamhere.

Thanks so much!!

JJane

Thank you!!!!1

thaline

Hmm… I’m hungry now!!!

Abraham Lincoln

thank you very much, bur i’m hungry now, becaue of this vidoe

chadnimo

Thanks a lot.

mykantee

Quis nang endi ronnie? (java language)

chakim hamzah

I like food too.

elroyliu

nice lesson. better to have a quizz on this too.

ann ann

I like your helpful lesson.Thanks.

phamquynhanh

oh my i finally could understand these words i think there were a rare expression but not, just british vocabulary, these guys are very fancy XD

oscar1918

cool lesson Ronnie!!! thanks

harry

Nice stuff! I’d also mention “tea” that actually means “dinner” in England…
About the “jacket potato”, I’ve always thought opening the potato made it look like a “jacket”, although “open coat potato” might have been a more visual term lol

L@yl@

    We could have a whole separate lesson about “tea”!

    engVid Moderator

That is funny, becouse after I seen this movie, I went have lunch.

clacostax

thank you so much :)

Hasanzahran

Hi ronnie, where is the quiz?

whenry07

I would like eat chips potato with my girlfriend

HassanMohamed@mail.ru

Where is the Quiz? I like to test what you teach it!

MARIA APARECIDA S. COSTA

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks a lot Mrs. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

where is the quiz?

maisa ali

thanks for explaining this to me

Pattadon

When you want to say that some food was hot – meaning it was served at high temperature rather than spicy – how do you usually disambiguate it?

nutondev

where is the quiz?

Hailah2020

    This lesson doesn’t have a quiz!

    engVid Moderator
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