255 COMMENTS

Great page however I thought that if it’s better with more interactivities in the videos. Many thanks. Jeyckson Yanez from Venezuela.

Jeyckson

    I Live In Algeria
    I Watch Live Football Matches

    kotoz

Thank u for the lesson its good short lesson but u can understand it
Thanks mahmoud

mahmoud omar

Hi thanks for the lesson, can you help me?…,can you do a lesson about pronunciation of verbs?. it’s important for me becouse I have a bad procunciation.

Santi

      Hi M’ Ronie, i have a question when should i use a rather in a sentence.?

      louie

      Hello I need to learn to pronounce the letters correctly and read the words correctly

      alisaheb

this is great so wonderfull a love it helps a lot thanks so very much

mario

it looks so wonderfull help me please with prepositions to share with my pupils of prepschool sometimes I feel little loss.

mario blanco

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syahrul nizam

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ahmed

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musaab alkandari

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rizwan khan

Ithink that is important for everybody want to be speaker in inglish.thanks

mohammed

you are the best teacher Ronnie,could you give me some examples about have +past participle and get + past participle please?thanks bye

LEO

Hell, thanx for this lesson

1-I live with my family
2-I see live game

are there right Examples ??

Abdulkareem

    #1 is correct!
    #2 you have to say “I see the game live”, or “I see the live game!”

    Ronnie

      dear mam (rani) whats the different between these two sentences
      1) i watch the live game
      2) i see the live game
      plz mam tell me use of watch and see thanx dear … i m waiting for your reply

      safir bangash

        There is no difference really. But watch means you are concentrating on the game and see means you are looking at it!

        Ronnie

      what is the meaning of the second word-live? plz

      Rauf

Wow! I have never used “live” as an adjective! Now I feel myself “updated” ^:^ But…I have always heard about “alive” (alye-vve!! Thank you!!

Lisarb

hello my teacher rani thank you God bless you today i lorn about borrow and land i want to tell you more but i dont have well english jost lourning with your good videos thankyou

paul tamang

Dear sir madam
how are you

bashir

Thank you mrs
for the losson its good short losson .i hope my english well be prove here.

hajmin

thank you for help me

mahmoud

I live in Thailand and I am watching live football matches.

hikaru

this is very useful topic for me….thx!!^^

VANCHI

hi
why you not ansuer peoples?

hunar

Where is the quiz?

eeae

    Sorry, there’s no quiz on this lesson.

    engVid

please can i learn english online if i can how do that and thank you

salman

you are the best tk you

morad

i dont know ~~

sarah

putang ina mo teacher !!

sarah

madam your are good speaker

sunny india

hello rani..would you please teach us how can we use ( as much as – as many as – as few as- as soon as – bla bla bla) :)

pc2pc

hello
can you helpe my ?

ali aburawi

Hello
pleas can you tell me when i say “i” like this (aai)
and when i say “i” same (e)
Regards

saha

so great

ahmed

Hi thanks a lot for your lesson. I like to see your lesson because your are my favourite teacher in online.Can you say something more about pastperticiple.

akash

I want to download all speaking videos (all in one step) instead of downloading them one by one .This is very boring . I think it will be easier for your students

Dr.G.Shawkat

    We could allow this, but then the website would no longer be free.

    engVid

      Thank you for you doing!

      yankhonskiy

This website is verd good.Thanks…………

syed Asghar ali shah

Thank you so much for this vid it’s really useful I used to think “live” had just one pronunciation, I’ve been learning English for a couple of years and I had never learn this. Good luck from Mexico

Immortal

thank u very much.
This website is verd good.

sudhir

thank you for help me to improve my language skill

mahmoud

Thank you very much for your explanation.

JIJI

Great video i like it

mandoo_2050

Nice lesson but it is too short.You could add some other words like Read as a present verb and read as a past verb.What do you think??

simoziko

Thankyou dear teacher Ronnie! I’m very clear about to use these two words now. It was wonderful explane from you. I like very much your lessons. Can I have more lessons from you in private please? Sencerly Jashar Hoxha from Tepelene, Albania

Jashar Hoxha

Thank you dear teacher.I learn more from your vidio .thanks once again

anosh

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Sherani

dear mam rani . whats the different between these two sentences 1) i watch the live game . and 2) i see the live game.

safir bangash

thank you for sharing your knowledge to us.. specially me i really need to learn how to use english words properly, hope u’ll never get tired to help us.. thank you and god bless :)

kristinediaz

you forgot to give us the meaning of these words

tieubatdien

hi ronie, a have a quation, what is the meaning of live like adjetive?

Rafael

    Live as an adjective means not recorded or pre-recorded.
    It is usually used when we talk about TV shows or bands.

    Ronnie

      How about live chicken?? Am i going to read it as li-ve or lye-vve?? I’m confused with this. Pls.. help.=)

      fishbone5

        To figure this and all the other times you have this difficultly, you must decide if the word you want to use is a adjective (lye-ve) or a verb (liii-ve)!
        If you want to say that the chicken is not dead you can say…. It lives! (verb = liii-ves)
        If you want to describe the chickens you can say…. They are live! (adjective=lye-ve) We would use this if we were selling them to advertise how fresh they were!

        Ronnie

Thanks,
I can improve my English skills through EngVid

firos

I AM FROM AMERICA. WE ARE BETTER THAN YOU

RJ AND COLIN

    JUST KIDDING. WE ARE HYPOCRITS

    RJ AND COLIN

      IT WAS COLLEEN

      RJ AND COLIN

NO IT WAS RJ

RJ AND COLIN

I’m in Thailand
I watch your video everyday and it can help me improve my eng skills

Thank

weng

    good about anythings

    farahjamal

I’m living in Sri Lanka
Hai mam thank you very much for your lesson it’s very helpfull to improve my english thank u once again

shadhath

Thanks for your lesson

kevinlim

Hi,

U.. R.. doing really good…. Keep going….

Could you pls explain clearly to write about followup and follow up with some examples.

Parimalam

i did not find the quiz

narekm

    There’s no quiz on this lesson. Sorry!

    engVid

its very useful i think it helps make me into a stronger person

moomina

i’m in Thailand, I would like to improve my english skill. Thanks.

dah

i moizuddin ansari, i like ‘engvid’ very much,and you’rs teaching method is excellent,
thank,

moizuddin ansari.

Hi! what’s up teacher? I hope you’re fine & having a great time.
So, thanks for the lesson, As i’d like to say that i do like the way you teach, You’re special & there’s a few teachers who have such way nowadays
Well, there’s a verb “To Leave” which confused many times in past when i started learn english, for example:
– I’m going to leave there.
– I’m going to live there.

gray

    To help you with this, we don’t usually say I am going to leave THERE. We usually say I am going to leave!!!!!!
    Hope that helps!

    Ronnie

Hello. I am Su.I come from Thailand. I like this web site so much. It is very useful and suit leran english at home.

su

thank you for lesson

kwon joon

you are very funny! your lessons are really interesting.

paula

thanks ronnie u r wonderful teacher

mohammad ali

Hi everybody there , I am Hisham . I am an English teacher. I am from Egypt. I really get use of listening to native speakers of English. Thank you very much. I have a demand, please can I have all the lessons at once through easy way instead of downloading lesson by lesson. Thanks again. Bye…there

Hisham

    Sorry, no.

    engVid

Hi! Ms. Ronnie,Can you please explain what is the difference between perhaps and probably?

johnjericrelox04

    There really isn’t a lot of difference!
    In North America we use probably more than perhaps. Perhaps is more British English!
    Perhaps I will drink some tea.
    I will probably drink some tea.
    Both mean that the speaker is not 100% sure about if they are going to do the action!

    Ronnie

Thank you very much for you lesson.

andynv68

plz add more quiz to enhance learner skill

raj

Hi Would it be possible to talk about sh, tion, su-re,… or some other which is they are the same sound with different Speal, I wander their means are the same or not, and what is difference between them. thank you

Shab

pls. teach me the pronunciation between leave and live..
muchas gracias.

marita

    Leave is like “leeeeeeeev”. The e is drawn out.
    Live is like Lye-ve (adj) or Li-vv (verb)…like the actress Liv Tyler. The “liv” is the same pronunciation

    Ronnie

Your Lesson always makes me happy.
Thank you very much!!

masayuki

really I adored your way of teaching my dear teacher and i hope that many lessons have come to enjoy and learn a lot.

aaalasle

Hello mam Ronnie

mam can you please explain what is leave?

Thank you very much and we love you all muwah.. ^_^

Ryan

    Leave is a verb.
    You can say I must leave. = I must go. =present tense
    I am leaving. = present continuous.
    I left. = past

    Ronnie

Hi ma’am what is your exact name “rani” or “ronnie”? i love your teaching style you are my favourite teacher.

aashi

    My name is Ronnie! Thanks for watching and commenting!

    Ronnie

      I thought probably aashi had thought that you are indian..That’s he/she was thingking about rani..

      jumat

wow

doaaa77

i hope to see you live because i love you

doaaa77

thank youvery much it is very good lesson

momo

we want more example and quize

tharwat

I was in doubt about it…I was.

Thanks for helping us!!

lima77

thank you

idris

Thanks =)

filippo1803

hi .ronnie this is rishi i found this site few days ago ,i am going through it ,its amazing .

rishi

thank you madam… i will be able to differentiate after take your lesson..

riaz66

Thank you very much teacher Ronnie ..
it’s really nice lesson ..
as long as I want to know what is the different between the two words “live” :)

Thanks again :)

Leena

congratulations teacher Ronnie i love to see your explanations in wich video and manner that you explain the details about pronunciations keep doing this with love

waldyr

what are comparative and superlative degrees of ‘live’ adj.

irfan

Hi , Ronnie! You are the best!Trust me !
I have a question for you . What’s the difference between “simple ” and “sample” ?

andreeanicole

smart teacher

adil

Thank you very much Ronnie, Realy i was confused about ‘live’ when we are watching TV sometimes we see live program or sports,so what’s differences about : I live in Toronto and live program.
thanks.
yusuf

shreif

Hi, Ronnie! i’m from indonesia and i would to know how the pronunciation of LIFE..?thx b4

chokybee

please help me to learn english

asadzxzx

hey Ronnie i’m very glad because i used to confuse those li-ve and ly-ve and also leave!!! funny right? you are helping me to improve my English…thanks a lot

landry

hi my great teacher ronnie .u still the best.plz can u tell me when can i use i have been . and when can i use i had been .will be waiting ur answer eagerly. with my best regards to u .

alnahdy

HI RONNIE…THANKS BY THE LESSON…I WANT TO LEARN WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE IN PRONUNCIATION BETWEEN LIVE (LIKE A VERB) AND LEAVE…

andres18

    Leave is like leeeeeeeeeeeve. E like the ABC song.

    Ronnie

      hi im suzie i from use i I live in Estate know Only speak english
      i cand, Read it write
      ???????????

      suzie

hi…
nice to join here
actually i wanna ask u
what is the different between
telling story and story telling

yubang

    Storytelling is an art form or entertainment.
    Telling a story (not telling story) is just talking about an event that happened!
    I am glad you found the website!
    Good luck!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie I have a doubt

1 LIVE= NOUN
2 LIVE= ADJECTIVE
3 LIVE= IS IT PLURAL OF LIFE?

ringo20452001

    NO. The plural of life is lives. A cat has 9 lives.

    Ronnie

HOw about the different between LIVE nad LIFE, and how we use it in the sentence, I confused about this, Thanks Ronnie, You are awesome ::)))

cristal99

    Life is a noun. Eg… “I have a great life.” “I wish you a long life.”
    Live is an adjective ( “The band is live.”) and a verb — “He lives in Ireland.”

    Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie,It was awesome!!! :X

selina1st

excellent. thanks.

venouse

HI Sis Ronnie,
Apologize if my question like silly. I’m learn from your teaching grammar such “noun” are person,place,things. which one of this of life.
i hope your can reply my question. I like much your teaching style. thank you so much.

R.Prabu

    Life = noun.

    Ronnie

thanks ms ronnie.

iamjaja

hi ms.ronnie,thank u for your nice teaching i really like your action while teaching the lesson , i appreciate

hadi

Hi! Ronnie!
Thank’s a lot for your kindness teaching.
It is very helpful for me.

joy

helpful to every one

Imran

i regard you as the best teacher iv ever seen

azza

OOOOOOOH…Very interesting word for me.Thanks Ronnie mam.

samuelsam

I live 4 watch your website.engVid is the reason to stay alive so long sweetie.

Efrain

by the way, life (lyfe) is true or life (llif)?

mmm

    (lyfe)

    Ronnie

thank you i learn more thinghs from you

delina

hi, hope you are find and doing great. Ma’am kindly make a lesson on
i am so confused, how to use them properly

Ali

live and live are homographs?

simran96

I understood very well. Thanks

Eliete

thank you vrey much!you make it easy and clear.

amal

Hi ronnie.
I’ve just discovered thid helpful website and I am enchanted with it. Could you tell me if there is any difference in the pronunciation betwen life and live as an adjective?
Thank you very much

Arantza

whay I can not understand
>_<

joli

thank u teacher it is a really very clear plz if possible send send youre e-mail. I’ll be waiting for your reply thanks once again.

lucky

great ronie…but how to make different pronounsiation between word “live and life”.and could you give example sentences of these words?

fahri

Hello Rebecca.I’m from Bali,Indonesia.I’m lucky and so glad can learn English from you.Until now,i still don’t understand,what is the different use between “to do” and “to be”.When we have to use “to do” or “to be”.Why English use “to do” or “to be” (what for ?).Thank’s alot Rebecca.I need your help to understand this.I really appreciate.

knyir

Hi Ronnie,
thanks for ur lesson ,
i want to live good life.
everyone, who is live in this world, should be effectively person.
are they correct examples?

fatima

Hello Ronnie,

many thanks for your reply, Kindly pls advise study plan for exp.
1- vocabulary
2- ???
3-????
to make my plan
thanks to help me.pls reply on my email id for easy reference: dali_ali75@yahoo.com

daliali

    1- vocabulary
    2- use vocab. in small sentences.
    3- use vocab in longer sentences!

    Ronnie

Thanks a lot for your reply,

This what i am working on it at the moments.

daliali

Hi there what is difrent between live & alive

ketas

plz sent me a test for this lesson and hs answer . I need it.

gogo

Hi Ronni,
Thank you a lot for your effort.If you don’t mind i would like you to teach me how i could pronounce the letter (I) when the word ends with vowel letter or after the consonant.Is there two pronounce for (the). Thank you.

sally

Hi Ronnie. What´s the diference between live and alive, I know is the same meanning, but when i can use it. Thanks in advance

rokefeller65

    Live = verb. I live in Canada.
    alive = adjective. He is alive. (not dead)
    live = adjective. The band is live. (not recorded)

    Ronnie

it is an excellent page , I can practice my listen and prepare classes for my students it’s a very good way to learn and clear confused concepts I am Ruben Bernate from Colombia

ruben

faten from egypt say thanks alot rooni

faten aziz

how do we pronounce this, long, live(lIve or laive), the king?
Please answer, THX so much..

kru Sook

    “Live”, like the verb.

    engVid Moderator

    Live = liiive. Not ly-ve!

    Ronnie

u r the best ronnie

jimmy911

teacher ronnie what is the meaning of wanna

hafsa

    Wanna = want to

    Ronnie

thanks for help me with english ronnie
from Brazil

dirceu my first name

Ya, like I’m grateful to hear Live/Dead:

Pig Pen

Hi! Very useful tips, indeed. It would be great if you kindly add an example…. like
Paul McCartney Live at whatever… in this case live would be and adjective also but it is after the noun….isn’t it?
Thank you

Elliot

Hi I´m new in here, I like speak with somebody.

alems74

Hi teacher Ronnie you is nice.I like your lesson.

alems74

Also for “read” it’s the same … why hehe :D

beppez

thank you Ronnie for your teaching I from Perú actualy I live in Virú Town

Nilo

I Just learned your website few days ago…….and I’m loving it so much..thanks teacher Ronnie and the rest of your team

juvy

Thanks ronnie for all the help U people r doing to make us learn this language…Love u all …

alijan

I have been learning a lot. thank you very much

jaime romero

thank you
you are funny ;)

hola

Hi, Ronnie
I like very much your video and I have been learning a lot. I appreciate for all.

jucineide

hey thats help a lot please can you make a video where you show the difference between LIFE and LIVE

Ferdinand

    Life = noun. My life is great. His life ended too soon.
    Live – adjective and verb. I live in Canada. The band was live.

    Ronnie

More Quizes, please Ronne
i would like to thank you for your corporation with us
Good luck

samft

hi ronni ur realy good thx for u

hind

Thank you so much Ronnie!! But can you give a favor? I don’t understand the difference between search and research because both are verbs and nouns.Are they synoms? Thank you?

hildamorenobonilla

i live in U.S.A and i am watching a live programme.
are this sentence right?????????

bilqees

very good !

favio1966

Thank you Ronnie,you are my best teacher.But i have a serious question:do you know the song:life is life?i used to sing it but i’m confused now,i think i was wrong and that the title of the song is life is live since live here is an adjective.Is that correct?And if it is can you explain to me what does is it mean?please reply

faten

very helpful.

geop147

Hello. Are you going to give us the quiz about this lesson some day? because I´d like to practice with this.

Javier

Hi Ronie, I have a questions:

Live (verb) => I live in Warsaw.
Live (adj.) => I love the live music.

and live(adj) sounds like alive. For example: an alive flower.

In my opinion, you can tall use differences between words “live” and “leave” because pronunciation is similar too.

And I’d like to tell you: I love wchating your movie! You so funny and helpful! You are the best!

PS: Sorry for mistakes!

GregoryFROMpoland

You are the best teacher in my life, thank you for everything

Ashraf

Many thanks

khalid

Thanks!!! Ronnie

andreiabeletati

Ronnie,you are my best teacher.I like very much your video and I have been learning a lot.

avtarsingh231us

Hi Ronnie,thanks very much for your excellent lessons. It hasn’t been very long time that I found this website by coincidence. I watched lots of your and the other teachers’ videos. They are all very useful and helpful.Thanks a lot for this awesome website…
bye for now.
take good care…

meyman34

oh-uh, what was that? You forgot what the past tense of live was; to a native speaker. That’s why France shouldn’t have put its nose in Canada.

Richard

Hi Ronnie
could you please tell me way do we use ‘ a ‘ sometimes before the adjectives ? like a nice man , a good live , a live music … and thank you

Emad Hassan

hi Ronnie ,
thank youuu , you really helped me a lot , but i have a big problem with phonetic transcription could you help me plzzz , i have an exam on phonetic transcription

fati ( casablanca )

Hi Teacher
If this lesson had a quiz like previous lessons.
It will be awesome.

bargozide

    heheh i am too

    munguu08

Thank you very much Ronnie

sadiya

hi i good insight thanks

tungaa

hope madam that u will safe and sound your teaching method is so good friendly especially the teaching of Canadian vocablory

faisalsattar

So easy and simple easy to understand Dear Ronnie teacher i like your teaching

munguu08

Dear Ronni,I just start watching your lessons and I can’t find a word to express my appreciation to you . You are gifted teacher for students from varies back ground or origin . You really making a difference keep up the good work.
KUDOS!!!

DK

hi
Thanks for your lesson today !
:)

Karim

thanks a lot

ahmad

hi

thanks

best regards

karimdauphin

Hello Ronnie could you teach me whats the difference between this two words “living” and “leaving” and I also having problems about the pronunciation . Could you help me on this Please . . . .looking forward to it thanks ^_^

densm78

hi! thank for your lesson

One question, the other day I heard the Duchess of Cambridge in a speech the following sentence

“…With effective palliative care, lives can be transformed.”

She pronounced lye-v and if the article was written well I think she should have spoken llii-ve or not?

Ana

    No, she was correct. She was saying the plural of “life”. One life can be saved, two lives (“Lye-vs”) can be saved, many lives can be saved. She wasn’t saying the verb “lives”. (“He lives in Amsterdam.”)

    engVid

Thank you!

floria123

Thanks Ronnie for teaching with face expressions.

kapurkarp

Hi teacher tell me please if you have something about life and live.

pafsilipoclub

You are the best. Thank you.

haythamhashim

i’m vietnamese. thank u very much because make this lesson for us. and are u know??? your hair very beautyful. i like ít.
love u

vienthinh15

I like short videos thankssss :)

Fabio

Hellon Ronnie.I don’t understand live an adjective.What does live adjectice mean?Can you explain me please?I am waiting for your reply.PLEASE

Shehla

Hi Ronnie.Can I ask you a question?I am too or Me too which sentences is true?Why?I am sorry wrong words.:(

Shehla

hello. im new student

dawaadorj

Hi Ronnie, You can tell me, please
A synonym for “live” used as an adjective (adjective value that sits beside a noun)?
Thanks!

Iliescu Cornel

I live(“place”) at the following address …
I live this music, she awakes me.
I live this music, it comes alive.
So as not make frequent confusion, I have to know an adjective synonymous with value. Can I replace the adjective “nice”, “enjoyable” or “like”?

Iliescu Cornel

Thanks Ronnie.

Sirlei Barbosa

thank u ronnie

ahmed tohami gouda

So helpful :) thanks…

angy1

hi ronnie mam every day i watch your class and other teacher class’s. overall 6 hours for a day and i prepare to notes. for better english’ u r teaching style is like my mom or aunt ur facial expressions and u r body language match to u r lesson it’s look clear understanding u r valuable teaching thank you for helping… suji

SUJIJI008

Hi Ronnie, thanksfor for explanation
take care

cep62

Thanks for the useful lesson, Ronnie!,

Olcha

Hi
The first, thanks a lot for the lesson but which is the diference sound between Live(adj) and Life?
Thanks in advance
Cheers

jipascual

tnx teacher :)

pochashahin

I think this is the most useful web page on internet to learn English.. I see Ronnie’s lessons almost five times a day… I think this is the best way to improve our English level..Thank you Ronnie..

Danielicious

Ronnie, I just love the way you think before writing a word. You are the most adorable teacher on engvid. Kisses from Brazil to you!
Isadora.

Iwatanabe

You explained this (or that?.-.) very well, thanks a lot Ronny :)

SimoneTruglia

Nice , really you are very amazing .

HOOTA

Great. Now I understand that. Thanks so much

tranhao

I have learned many webs but this is my best

tranhao

were is the quise

aalhabib

    Sorry, not all lessons have one!

    engVid Moderator

Thank you Ronnie. you are number one ! #1

Sayid.Goli

Great and Useful Video!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

Thank you so much, teacher. I could understood difference between live and live. See you later.

lorenzoyoques

thank u

ann ann

hi Ronnie kindly explain has,have ,have to they are very confusing sometime.

Gourav Raj

excuse me ,I’ve a question how can i spell Live before war ?

zizohibo

I love you Ronnie and your teaching is excellent and still in the mind for ever.
You are the best.

Bedour79

thanks Ronnie.. I’m like your lessons

momo jaafar

Thanks Ronnie! Good explanation!

Ravishol

good explanation but i think some examples with sentences would have helped to understand the lesson more clearly… just saying

manny79

can i get English subtitle this video?

mojnia

dear Ronnie
can you pleases show me where can i fined the quiz
about you each lesson ? coz i wanna to check my understand

aya khalel

Thanks Ronnie it was useful and your smill make it more intersting the lesson .

Rajab1234

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

Thank you Ronnie.

ann ann

Thank you Ronnie

syawal.engvid

thankyou ma’am its agood lesson. i learn alot of things about these two confused words..thankx again.

sidra tanwir
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