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    Thank you ma’am Ronnie :),. May I asked you to give us explanations about when to use “have been” and “had been” on a sentence?


    Thanks alot


Hi Ronnie,
Thank you for all the lessons.
I have an important question:
What’s the Difference Between “Like” and “Such As”?
Thank you


    Such as we usually use to give and example – it is more formal than like. EX… My hobbies are playing sports, such as hockey, football, baseball.
    You can also say My hobbies are playing sports, like hockey, football, baseball
    Like is more casual and we use it more often!!!!!!


      Hi Ronnie.First of all you’re the great teacher.You’re my best teacher.But i have a problem.I want to ask one thing.I’m really confuse about idioms and phrase.So please help me.And tell me what do i do?And if you know about any book or website which of my English would be good so please tell me.I’m waiting your reply…………………………..


        The best way to learn idioms is to go to a country where they speak English OR you can watch movies!!!!!!! The problem with books is that there are MILLIONS of idioms that we never use!


          Oh, What a nice surprise!


          hi ronnie you are so talented woman, thank u so much


          Thanks for your input you make it incredibly easy to understand … successes Ronnie


      hi Ronnie
      thank yoooooooooooooooo alot


5 out of 5…yey!!!


Ronnie, You are a very nice person and a excellent teacher. Ilike you a lot. Please, tell me what should I do to improve my listening in English??


    Listen to English music, tv shows, movies and people if you can!!!!


    Ronnie, You are a very nice person and a excellent teacher. Ilike you a lot.


Excellent !!!!!


Dearest Ronnie, its an excellent way to teach. i m not good in English but amazingly i understood each and every world i listened.hope you will teach me more lesson like this but with different verbs. God bless you.

jamshed butt

But we can use make for unmaterial things, like mistake, wish or something like that. Could you explain us how we can use DO or MAKE for these cases? Are there some secret or trick for it?

Hugs to you.


Marcio de Moraes

    Hi Marcio, I believe we use ‘do’ for repetitive actions such as doin’ someone a favour , do an exam e.t.c while ‘make represents originality when you make coffee, it doesn’t always taste the same or when you make a mistake there is originality in it . We make cake,decision, wish ,noise e.t.c … but we can do the sound of a bird ( repeating what’s already in existence) ..


    Look at the RESOURCES section on the site – there is a list off ALL the uses!!!!!!!!!!!!


it tooks me a while to understand about ‘do n’ make’ too. now is easier 4 me. see u Ronnie, I have to make my messy bed. make love instead war. that’s what I’m think.


Hi Ronnie. Good lesson! thx for all


I loved this Video Classes.I have many years triying to learn English.I hope this classes goin to help me a lot.Thanks very much for this webside.I will be conected with you.Thanks Again.


thank u


thank Ronnie.
my question is this lesson or this course American accent or British.
thanks again..


    this is American Accent

    riyaz hussain

really very helpful topic, my idea wasn’t
strongly clear but now i can say after listen this listen i gave test this lesson too in order to i took in this 5 out of 5 , thanks
Thanks Teacher

riyaz hussain



Hi !!
Ronnie its me Taimoor Alvi ned to know about how to speak English like native speakers and what about the slang in English language ?

Taimoor alvi

thanks Ronnie


I really want to study English on internet.
so please everyone tell me, about studying on internet

hey sochan

Thanks ronnie ju are exelent teacher …I like your lessons..


Hi Ronnie , i have one question for u,ok? when do we use For and Since? thinks

hey sochan

    For with a number. I’ve lived her for 3 years.
    Since with a date. (day/month/year) I’ve lived here since January.


Hi Ronnei,
I learn a lot from your lessons. Thank you, you are a wonderful teacher.


thanks it is so useful for us


Hi Ronnie,
Is there a specific verb to cleaning furniture?



    NO! You can just say I cleaned the _______ (furniture name)


      you can also “dust the furniture”


        Thanks a lot for both answers:
        Ronnie and Engvid!


great teacher may you explain if conditional cause im confused between second and third case¿


    \i have made a video on conditionals = it will be on the site soon!


Ronnie you are the best teacher.
Thank you for this lesson!
What a pity that you don’t teach English in my school!


mam your teching method is fantastic


hi ronnie how r u i dont speak very well english and can’t write aslo but you u r very good teacher never saw in life.yours teaching way i like very much if get a change i want to meet u one day i learn form u very well thanks


i’m learning a lot in this page…and i have to do all my homework tomorrow..


Hi my teacher
Sorry for my weak language because I am new student, I admired you when I saw you the first time in our class “in school”, Please accept me as student at you. sorry again for errors in my language, thank you teacher
I will wait your advice to improve my language


hi,ronni can i ask you a question do you know where the action is in this town? what does the expression means !


    It means where is the party or good place in town!


      thanks alot ronni


very good!


thanks alot for ur explanion
i’d like to ask u a question
my mananger speaks english fastly, and don’t repeat any word and that make a
problem for me

Moataz Fawzy

    Tell your manager to speak more slowly!


Hi I would like to tell you,I have problem with listen.When I listen a lesson as quick I forget.I need your advice to going be better.Many Thanks Heman


    The best way to remember something is to see or listen to it many, many times!


Thanks alot for the piece of information you gave to us
And also the way you presented it was great.


hi.plz slove my problum this word in garmmer.;bear; ;back; ;blow; ;beat; plz arranged the lesson




thanks very much


well, you are extraordinary! I love your style, your lessons are very enjoyable, don`t stop :)


thank you…you are a great teacher…I hope I can be a good teacheras you are 5 years later…

sevdiye kuzu

Thanks a lot Ronnie . i love your style of teaching and also lessons .


You scored 4 out of 5.


Thanks a lot Ronnie. You’re great. I really enjoy your lessons. Greetings from Brazil.

Eliane Maciel

Thank you so much.


I love your teaching so much , many thanks


My compliment!


Hi Ronnie.
I have problem between idioms and phrasal verbs.So please tell me what do i??Because I’m really confused that where can we use the normal verbs and phrasal verbs and idioms.so please tell me i’m really confused.So please help me and give me your some advise.
And one more question that where can we use the having word and hell..
Example is….
What the hell
and you having us etc…………
i hope you would understand what i want to say you…………….


Thank you.
You’re really cute :D


Everything is very clear Ronnie, Thanks
Jayathilake Sri Lanka


really it’s a very usful video for veiwers ….. really today i learn do & make … i understood thx a lot


Wow, i fell luck i found this website ! Thanks a lot to you all teachers ! I’m from Rio de Janeiro – Brazil and you can bet that i’ll come everyday !

My score was 4/5 !

Bruno Martins Peçanha

Thanks you!! a lot


That’s it! I made five points. Teacher, i have some questions and i guess you’re the one to solve them. I always make mistakes with “IN”, “AT” and “ON”. Is there a way to know when we have to use each of them ?

Bruno Peçanha

Thanks a lot Ronnie!


hey Ronnie !
thanks for the lesson :) i like your way of teaching it’s so exinting !


Thank you Ronnie to your advice ,
I will try it in the future .


Thank you for providing the correct usage of do and make.I really appriciate your help.


Hi Ronnie…
Thanks alot for your Lessons…..


Hi, Ronnie. Your lessons are really amazing. They are designed so fantastically that we can bring them into practical use soon after listening to them.


Hi Ronnie.
I have problem between idioms and phrasal verbs.So please tell me what do i??Because I’m really confused that where can we use the normal verbs and phrasal verbs and idioms.so please tell me i’m really confused.So please help me and give me your some advise.
And one more question that where can we use the having word and hell..
Example is….
What the hell
and you having us etc…………
i hope you would understand what i want to say you…………….


It’s a very useful lesson! And yes, They are kinda confusing.


thanks alot teacher


many many thanks Ronnei,


Mrs. Ronmie, thank you very much for your clear explanation, but I want to ask about something! when you were explaining, at once you said the word ( creating ), and you also said the same word but in a different order, which is ( creation ). I believe both of them were used as nouns, could you please tell us the difference between both. I have had this question for a long time, but I hope it’s going to be clear enough to me by your answer. The same thing with the word ( communicating ), and the word ( communication. I also know when we add the ING to a verb, it changes to a noun, so I have an idea about how the gerund goes, but knowing the differences between ( creating, and creation ) is not clear enough to me.
Thank you.


    Creating = present continuous. “I am creating a necklace.”
    Creation = noun. “My creation is a necklace.”


      Thank you very much Mrs. Ronnie,,


thank you for the lessons teacher Ronnie :) 5 out 5 yes!


Ronnie, I desperately need help about pronunciation. Just tell me how am I supposed to pronounce endings of specific words such se PRONUNCIATION, CALCULATION, AVIATION? I used to pronounce it, for example /pr-nan-si-ei-sn/, but after I’ve watched your lesson where you said we should pronounce /pr-nan-si-ei-sin/. I mixed all those words in my head, and everything I used to know, now I don’t. Please tell me hoe to pronounce them :(


    They all end in “shin”. Cal-ku-lay-shin. A-v-a-shin


      Hi Ronnie,
      many confuses to pronoun vocabulary in English at first word:
      Ex: aviation from you A-v-a-shin but someone read ei-vi-ei-shion
      or idea read ai-dia but Indian not read ai…..ete.
      could you show me how to indicate reading the words.


Hello Sir, i am very glade form youer teaching but i have a one quishion.
can we use short form in english like u r (youer) and 2 buzy (to buzy )

Ezatullah Samoon

nice job Ronnie, tell me is their difference in American English and Canadian and Australian




Awesome video’s…
Thank you…..

shaik javeed

Awesome video’s…:-)
Thank you….

shaik javeed

thank you

ali tamer

your great person and we never meet but i think your the best thanx


Thanks Madam Ronnie you are great that you are providing good communication skills .You delivered lecture DO ,Make . I want to ask you Is this correct use of DO, Make ?

Do the dishes .
I am doing dishes .
Did you not do dishes ?


    Great work! But you need to say “the dishes” in all the sentences!


      Thanks .

      Daud Mohisn

I made it.thanks Ronnie to give me full marks


Hi Ronnie.First of all you’re the great teacher.You’re my best teacher.But i have a problem.I’m facing IELTS exam end of this year please give me some advices for decrease my tension,I’m waiting for your advice……….


    Don’t worry about it – just try your best and you will do well!


Hi Ronnie,
you’re a great teacher.I realy like you lessons


hi ronnie, ur good at ur teaching can u make a video on if clause and unless I am bit confused with that……………..
waiting for ur replay…….


    OK I will try to make a video for you!


Thank you very much Ronnie


Hi, Ronnie! I hope you’re doing great. Sorry to bother you by my irrelevant questions but I really don’t know anyone who can help me more than you! I’ve 3 questions concerning syntax.
1) What is the present third-person singular (s 3d) of “have” and “be”?
2)If I asked you to fill out the noun paradigms of: fish, clothes, physics and measles, what would you write in the “-s plural” column for each one?
3) When filling out the comparable paradigms, I fail to know which adjectives take the -ER cp and -SP cp (like healthy, healthier, healthiest), and which adjectives don’t but rather be proceeded by more and most (like honest, more honest, most honest). Could you tell me a rule or a solution for this problem, please?
Thanks in advance and I really hope that I don’t annoy you!


    1) They
    2) fish -fish (OR fishes if you are talking about different species of fish). clothes-clothes, measles-measles.
    3) If the adjective has 1-2 syllables, you use – er -est.
    If the adjective has 2 or more syllables, add more/the most. The problem is that these rules overlap (2 syllables)
    Two-syllable adjectives ending in –er, -le, or –ow – ous -ed -est ……add –er and –est to form the comparative and superlative forms.
    Some 2-syllable adjectives can use BOTH !!!!!!!! clever gentle friendly quiet simple


Thanks, Ronnie, very useful lesson


Hi Ronnie,
I watched your video on q&a in job interview.
I went for a job interview last week, I didn’t get the job however that was the best interview I have had in a long time, many thanks!

Alison Chak

Hi! Miss Ronnie p;z solve my problem for the words glisten, glitter, shine, gleam, glow, sparkle, shimmer, bright
plz make a lesson for these words
Thank you

Farie Khan

    Ok I will try!


Hi Ronnie. Congratulations. You’re a great teacher. I liked your lesson so much. Watching you to teach, the English language seems very easy. Thank you for help me learn English.


Ronnie, really my back ground to be rural but really enjoyed and understood ur session…!if it possible can u send any English material to my mail Id.


great lesson,but my question is what is the difference between close and near?


    They are the same. Except we have to say close + to and near we NEVER use a preposition!! I live near the river. I live close to the river!


Hellow There will iam junaid alam i have been following your lessons closely and i am of the view that you that are the best teacher believe me .
Maam i am going to take toefl test this january and i am having difficulty dealing with expression like that is and oh yes and many others
Can you help me out in this regard i will be really thank ful i really need your help.


Thanks ronnie for giving us good topics to learn. i really appreciate on how you deliver your teaching.


Hi teacher
I Arabian, I would speak English
can you my friend via messenger please ^_^


I am an Arab sorry ^_^


great Ronnie Gianfranco


I’ve done 5 of 5!!!
Very useful lesson. Thank You!!!


Hello my dearest teacher Ronnie,your style of teaching is very well.I am from India and want to work in USA.So help me to improve my English.Thanks a lot.

Tej bahadur singh

thanks a lot. this’s realy great!


hello rannie I just wanted 2say THANK YOU ( you r the best )


Tks Ronnie. You’re so kind. Lily from Brazil


Hi Ronnie thank you thank you thank you :)
You have a beutiful way to teach us and i love it
I saw your leasons in youtybe then I enthusiastic to learn more ,
Then I SignUp in this site:) “sorry for spelling ;)”


I like the way you teach RRRonnie THANK YOU…….. I used to live in the USA but now I live in Mexico city and Im a teacher and I have alot of problems in teaching.I DONT wanna bother you, I JUST WANNA have a friend like you…right now were in vacatios 10 days..do you vave some tips to teach adjectives and adverbs.than you again talk to later

mario santamaria razo

    Search the site for adjective and adverb – there is a video for it! Good luck!


Do you do this about yourself. your a hart worker,you are a good person. I wish i can be like you.Merry Christmas and a happy new year

mario santamaria razo

hi miss ronnie
thank for all your lessons … i really like it ..
but im new in thes web & i dont know from where to start on .so if you can help me and tell me from where to start


Ronnie, how i can play your lesson continue?


sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo gooooooooooooooood


hi that,s great lesson


hi Ronnie
I want to ask about If someone didn’t understand me I can say
don’t get me wrong .
Is that correct ?
please correct me If I’m not mistaken


    No – we use don;t get me wrong when we are justifying our opinion. Ex… I hate Christmas. Don’t get me wrong I like the food, just not the shopping.


Ronnie you are the best teacher.
Thank you for this lesson!


Ronnie, you are just hilarious teacher! That vacuum looked like a armchair with a sucking dust bottom! that is an idea for a new generation vacuums! :)


thank you so much ronnie , you are great because your lessons are very clear and funny ,thank you and merry christmas


Hi Ronnie can you help me.(when Iam writing Ihave some mastek) Ex v-f-ph


Hi Ronie the lesson it’s very helpfull and very clearly thanks a lot happy new year.


Hi Ronnie i would like to say tanks-for helping me to improve English .and i always looked your videos keep it up . but one thing i want to ask you .there is a problem in me when every thing i understand but i can’t remember it so can you give me some ways to recognize my lesson ? OK I am waiting for you to answer my questons


    THe only way to remember anything is to repeat and review it!


dear ronnine,you have an excellent teaching method. I love it.keep it up

shamma ajaz

hi Ronnie, you are nice teacher.
thank you for this exercise.


Thank you
But if it is possible to let the quota be a good interpreter Thanks once again (in other words what you are saying is written on screen)


HI Ronnie,
You are a very nice person and a good teacher. I like you a lot.
thanks for you


hi Ronnie, thanks for lesson


Hi Ronnie teacher.
I want to speak in english
plz help me.


Ronnie, thank U so much. I understood everything that you said, I hope with your lessons I will improve my English. Thank U.


Madam Ronnie You are a good tutor, and describing things very clearly
thanks a lot


that a great lesson, thank you Ronnie


Good evening my teacher , realy you are very exclent teacher .
Thank you


Madam Ronnie you are the best teacher . thank u so much .i understanding everything you said but i have writing and pronunciation problem so what you advise me to do madam


    As far as pronunciation = listen and repeat English phrases!
    Writing = write a diary everyday.




hey! Ronnie its a great lesson love ya


thx very much,so interesting


awww i got 3 out 5…mam how i can improve my english…?? what shuld i do…? plz tel me…i luv to speak englsh bt i can’t…help me mam…:(


    If you are having trouble in grammar, you just need to review and practice the rule you are learning. Make example sentences to help you! If you love to speak that you CAN do it!!! Just don’t worry about making a mistake!


Thanks for leassons. You are very good teacher. From Azerbaijan


thank u am proud 2b 1 of your students


Thanks Ronnie,The first time I heard that’s word (Chores).Now ,I know that mean is housework .God bless you,you’re the best.


hello ronnie.ı trouble with preposoitions in english.in addition being used at sentences as location,date,adress,we need methods which is used long sentences.could you help me.thanks


Ronnie,Many thanks for lesson. Could you please explain me the correct option of this sentence which
is ” his car is not so good because its break does’nt work properly Or his car is not so good beacuse its break not works properly Or his car is not so good because its break not working properly”?


hello ronnie, thank you so much for your lesson , you are the best =), but please help me, I have a big problem with vocabulary and ” writing” I don’t know how to express or how to write correctly my text, and I’am worried about that, because I have the final baccalauriat exam in english this year, and I don’t know what to do,
What do you advice me ?
Thank you so much!!!!


    Write a diary in English about your life! Write a sentence everyday, the try 2 sentences, then 3!! Just write about what you did that day or how you feel or any exciting/bad news!


Ronnie, you are the best! Thanks a lot for your funny but important lessons.


Thank you, you are the best teacher, it is very accessibly and available


Thanks for your great job. :)


hii Ronni thanks a lot for this lession .Ronni really you are a good teacher .you teach english in a better way but iam so confused in writing an essay ,tell me how to write an essay in english.If you can provide an english video lecture then please……..
Thenkew very much


    Google “how to write an essay” – then you can have written examples! Good luck!


Hi Ronnie, Thank you so much for the lesson. I really like the way you’re teaching…


i got 4 of 5 corretly…


i got 4 out of 5..
why “I make my homework every day after school” is wrong?


    You don’t make/create the homework – the teacher does!




HI, thank you for the lesson… i have a question, what does mean “to make do”.. i read that in the list of verbs… thank you very much!


    To make do = to use what little supplies you have!




Ronnie,thank you! You are a very talented teacher. I love all your lessons.I have a question. You wrote “You don’t make/create the homework – the teacher does!”, but do=wash


hi first of all thank you so much for this lesson really it’s good lesson.
i would like to speak with teacher Ronnie
in Skype if possible please because reality she’s best teacher for me.
so i can’t know how i thank you hope to see you soon

king futur

s0 interesting….


you are a good teacher tnx a lot i learn something in this lessen


Hi Ronnie!! This is an interesting video!!! Thank you!!!


Ronnie,Many thanks for lesson. Could you please explain me the differences among the verbs “take place, occur n happen?


    They are all the same! However, in Canada/US we say happen more than occur/take place!


salam thnks ronnie ma’am u teach vry well.will u help us about all use of tenses.thnks


thank you


Hi Ronnie, once again a wonderful lesson!
i just wanna know how do we pronounce ‘Chores’ in American English?? as i have been pronouncing it ‘kores’ n i heard it as ‘Chores’ from ur mouth…plz guide on the correct pronunciation of this word.
Apart i have been taught british english since childhood so often there is little confusion in the pronunciation of words correctly and now i m keen on learning american english n wanna get fluency in the same as now i am staying in the US from past 6months,,, so plz suggest me ways to enhance my american ascent n fluency…(like sounds of R & T)
Thanks in advance


    It is not “k” it is CH like choo choo!


Thanks Ronnie.
I’d like to see some examples with the phrase “to make do”.
Thank you in advanced.


thanks alot teacher Ronnie.I wanna to ask you how to learn english fast what is the method Iam awaiting for reply.thenks second you are deadly


Thanks….They you are teaching is just amaizing…

khan from pakistan

Mam i would like to thank 4r a best teaching u know we Asian are so weak in english .

ihsan shah

What can I say you’re terrific.
Loves from Izmir,TURKEY


Hi Ronnie,could you please send me 02 examples for ‘mess’.


5 out of 5…yey!!! thanks ronnie Mam..


thx u r the best one i love u sooooo much thx thx


Hi! Excellent substitution do-wash
Great lesson, thanks a lot


hi ronnie thanks for lesson


I’m Iraqi English teacher, but I’m interested in your lessons. You are mild and likeable, every one like to watch your Video lessons. Please can I get your new lessons on my email?
your prompt action will be highly appreciated.
profound regards

Maitham Shayyal

    Sorry, I don’t know how to do that!


Hi there!!! Thanks a lot for your lessons. When you have enough time, I would you like to see a class concerning an unique word: “to figure out”. I hear it millions of times everyday, but sometimes I don´t know what it is meaning exactly. Ta-ta for now.

Lee Thomas

    To figure out means to understand/comprehend something that may have taken a long time. Ex. I finally figured out what the problem was with my computer!


Ronnie I m a student in a high school and I love you a lot and I really wish u were my aunt.(I would spend all my time with u):) I watch your videos every week. u are really funny.If u come to Turkey I really wanna meet u.


hi ronnie,

i would like to say you are excellent teacher really i learn alot from you and your childhood trick awesome … tell me how can i over come my spelling mistakes and how can i improve writing like office emails and proposals ect..


    As far as spelling mistakes, you should install spell check so that the computer corrects the spelling mistakes for you!


Ronnie thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu


hello >>> ronnie i really thanks you so i have questions?

1_ what is the difference between this two sentences :

who did eat the chicken ?

who ate the chicken?

and when we use each one please explain

2_ i heard a singer said :

she dont sleep

but why he used dont i should be doesnt

and i also heard one said:

she lookin at me

why he did not put” is ” please explain >>>>>>>>>>>finally thanks


    who ate the chicken? = correct. who did eat the chicken? = wrong = you can only have 1 verb in this sentence.
    Singers NEVER use correct grammar!


thank you Ronnie your way is very fantastic


thanks for this explanation. I’ve learned by heart DO and MAKE before I visit this www. but made a mistake sometimes. You did a great job for me: Do = wash, make = creation. Bravo


    Hello, would you like to lern English together


Thanks a lot teacher Ronnie i love the way you’re teaching. well, i got some difficulties with ” active voice/passive voice” and ” direct speech/indirect speech in english i don’t know if you’re already made some videos lessons on them, if yes i’d like to have the link. Thank you so much. Jude from Haiti.


    The direct/indirect speech video will be up soon!
    Go to the site search for “passive”, there is a lesson for you!


hello madame,
i faced problem of different between Do and MAKE , know i am very clear about it.
i am confused about
ON and IN (on leave , in leave)
please help me on this chores


    Search for “prepositions” on the site – there are many lessons to help you!
    Leave on = keep on top of something.
    Leave in = keep inside of something!


Thanks a lot Ronnie. I dont understand “I have to vacuum” it means “I do the vacuuming” or “I need to vacuum”?
pls help


    “I need to vacuum”


Hello Ronnie again i wanna dustareb you that several i tolled you a bout tag question but didn’t answer me why if you thought a bout that plz sand me the link to find it out okay wish you don;t mind that love you all by

Sayed Naqib Ullah Sadat

Hai Ronnie ! Could you answer me these questions:

1. The phrases ‘ me too’ or ‘ mine too’. Which is the correct? Why?

2. Which the sentences is correct? ‘ Do you done your homework’ or ‘ Do you finished your homework?

3. If we are in university, the lecturer give me some exercise. Can we say that exercises is treated as ‘ homework’ or ‘ assessment’ or ‘ exercise’ other? Why?

I hope to hear back from you soon. Thank you kindly!

With regards,


thnks for the lesson .


thanks good lesson


i love your teaching way…:)


Hi Ronnie, you have a funny way to teach, I love it! I want to ask you, when should I to use the progressive form?, for example: “I like working”, “what do you like doing?” (I have seen these sentences in a handbook) sincerely I would write them: “I like to work”, “what do you like to do?”
Thanks for your help, Ronnie.
Best wishes.

José Luis

i am dalmar i want to learn engilsh
how can i learn in english plz


    my name is nuune i want to learn enlish plz help me from nuune cadde


Hi Ronnie i love your lessons you too much good. After i learn your teaching now i am able to write you some thing.
thank you so much and God give you a better life. bye take care your self.

ihsan ali

Hi Ronnie, very good lessons could you recommend me a good and easy book for speaking, grammar and with a lot of exercises. Thanks


    Sorry, I do not know any good textbooks to help you!


The way you deliver your lessons is quite interesting and amusing. Thanks.


hello ronnie,

you’re a good english teacher and all of your lesson’s are very excellent!.but i suggest one thing,could you add “subtitles” in your video so we can understand you well,


    I don’t know how to do that…sorry!


Hi Ronnie,

Thanks for answering my comment, I want you recommend me an good english workbooks for grammar and for speaking




    Sorry, I really don’t know any good workbooks…I think they are all pretty much the same.
    If you want to learn slang….you can get a series of books called “Slangman”. http://www.slangmanpub.com/


hey ronnie!
correct me…
i’m busy in house chores.
i’m busy with house chores.


    I’m busy with house chores.


I have so many chores .soI dnt get more time to watch engvid lessons.but I make my bed anddo the launtry.Im fromKERALAinINDIA..I want to get a penfriend to improve my english.KERALA is aGODs on country.Ialso invite all of you kerala.


Ronnie this video is very useful, thanks a lot




I’m back…Thank you Ronnie.


hi guys! im doing private lessons to a girl about thirty years old and we ware friends and its the first time i do this job. what are the very first lessons to do for the level of beginner?


Teacher, making a mess means we tidy something, isn’t it?


    No! Making a mess is the opposite of tidy. Make a mess = dirty!


I was born in C
anada too!


Many thanks Ronnie


Ronnie I’m very confused among thse words : washroom ,bathroom toilet,lavatory ,prissy ,Latrine.
can you explain them to me please
and may allah reward you highest paradise


hi i ahmed


Thank very much Ronnie it has been so good!

Daniphord Mwajah

Thank you so much Madam, you’re the best.


thanks alot


Thanks a lot ,,,,


I love this website!


hello dear Ronnel i am sayed naqib sahar i one request u that when u make u r new video plz sand it to may Emil address okay love u all


    Sorry, I cannot send videos to your email!


Excellent lesson Ronnie!!!


Hi, can i say: i´ll make the dishes, or i´ll make laundry, or i´ll do the bed, or i´ll do my lunch. is taht correct?.


    NO. Watch the lesson again.


Hi Ronnie!
Thanks for God we have teacher like you. You are great!! I´ve been watching you classes few days ago and I really appreciated them. You are a very special teacher. Bye!


Ronnie, You are a very nice person and a excellent teacher.


thanks ronnie. i got 5 out of 5 ,

shahidul islam

thanks i benefit your lesson


i got 5 out of 5 thank u for teaching us.


hi ronnie
thank u from morocco
nice teacher
love u
we invite u to morocco


Teacher You’re a so great, You got a felling, thanks for the way You teach


Thank you very much ronnie, you are nice teacher as always


Ronnie I don’t understood you said that “do”is when been wash like the floor and etc… but “Do the homework” was strange because you don’t wash the homework (kkk)For me understand better can you explain for me ? THANKS SO MUCH YOU’RE THE BEST !!


I’m waiting for answers!! kisses


Thank you very much!! I’m Mongolian.. And do you know Mongolia?


Thanks a bundle.


thankz a lot. you are a good teacher.


Let me tell you, you’re the best teacher. I love the way you teach people.


Vacume or Vacuume ?


    i now notice that – vacuum not vacuume :)


Many thanks i really leaned.and wish you all the best


hi can i participate in your chat?i want to improve my English language


Dearest Ronnie, I would like to say that your lessons are fantastic! Every night i access the Internet to watch your videos. Thanks for all!


hi Ronnie,
do you have any video such as (any,some,much)


Thank you teacher.


Ronnie your each and every lecture is extremely useful for me.

Abdul mateen

Teacher Ronnie thank you so much, this lesson reminds me of my childhood friend that normally visits me. he was a good boy that does his housework before going out to play, we used to play together before heading either his house or mine to have a lunch. Thank you Ronnie and all the entire staffs of envid , you people are wonderful. kudos


Thank you so much for your lessons its so useful for us.


thank you Ronni. It is so useful for me.


u r awesome dear but onething u mentioned here about some interview questions and answers about that plzzzzzzzzz its a kind request thank u…bye


5/5 Thanks a looooot Ronni ^^


how can i use if ,were,would,and will
the proper way tell me about all way


your lesson as sweet as you are ^^


Thank you very much for all the efforts ..
Grateful to you ……


Hello Ronnie, I would like to say that your lessons are fantastic! Thank you so much…




you are awsomen! you make english so funny…thanks


thank you so much Ronnie.
its the best lesson i found it in internet and you are the best Teacher.
i liked your lesson so much
Jamal. from. Libya


I LOVE this lesson! It’s so good! It helped me a lot in my grammar! Waiting for more lessons!


    I REALLY like this lesson!!


Hi my best teacher just i want say thank youuuuuu……….


dear ronnie :
good afternoon
you great teacher and good style lesson


Thank you very much teacher
Teacher can you help me ?
Can you explane the phreasl verb do & make


Thanks Ms Ronnie. I loved your tips. Could you explain me about some slangs?. when you can speak or not. Thanks


Thanks I got 8


OK I got 10
Thanks dear Ronnie


yap i will got 5 out of 5 continue 4 times….

bhumi jariwala

thanks for u r great job. i like u r site. i will improve my english help of u r site…. really thanks a lot..


Hi, Ronnie, I hope you are doing great.
I do like your way when you are teaching.
Thank you and of all of you


Ronnie, hi! Could you please clear this up for me? Is it correct that making the bed means both making in look nice and tidy in the morning and prepare it before sleeping in the night?
Thank you very much!


Thanks teacher Ronnie you are unique person I know


Excuse me teacher Ronnie can you help me I want to learn English quickly what way I have to do
I hope you help me


I’ve been watching some video of yours. You have a very good sense of humour I think. I like the way you talk and your facial expression. Everytime I watch your video, it makes smile. And thnks for your lesson.


Tanks for the lesson Ronnie. I´m improving day after day.


Hey Ronnie, what are you up to? I really like your classes and I was wondering if you could teach us the most common phrasal verbs and idioms used in everyday conversation. Congrats, you’re an amazing teacher


Dear Ronnie!thank you very much for ur english, ur explanations. U are a great specialist!


Dear Ronnie You are lovely teacher and I am understanding your lesson. You are a great specialist


Thank you very much.

Peculiar “attention-catching” teacher!



Tks. You’re a very good teacher!Congratulations!


When I make my bed I create an art piece, awesome, I will never forget this.
Kind regards


Hi Ronnie!

You have to sleep more and don’t do chores at all. :)

You are cool!

Take care!


You made splendid explanation!
Many thanks, Ronnie!!! :)


Hi Ronnie I’m Redha and I’m from Algeria my English is not very strong but I understood every word you said in your videos. So thank you very much you are doing a great job here.
Please I have a question : Is there an exception in the * DO&MAKE* lesson ?


thanks ronnie !!


I understand from your lesson that I can say : I make a comment instead of : I do a comment.


Hi! Ronnie
I have a question!
What’s the Difference Between “prepare” and “cook”?
I always confuse these words!!!!

Thank You!!!! =)


I got 100% , seems like I do my housework perfectly. Thanks Ronnie you are always genuine.


Oh oh I got perfect score again,I am feeling happy and excited to learn more

Nigel Niel

how we use “used to”

Arjun GB

when we use “ever” and “forever”..?

Arjun GB

After almost 2 months vacations I get 100 % in this lesson. Thanks.


thank you!


really you are great .. thank you

marwa Eldaly

this is the best site for learning english. thanks a lot!


hi,ronnie. you are great..all the video i’ve seen,it helps me a lot…thank you very much and sorry for my grammar i dont know if its correct… can i have a request please? can you make a video or explain to me the proper usage of “WITH” ? i am confused when will i use it …. THANKS IN ADVANCE :) .. waiting for your reply..


ohhh no, I got 3 from 5…..so bed.


Hi Ronnie,thank you for this video:-) You are the best.After this I dont have mess in my head , in my room only :-D


hi,that was great.


hi teacher :
hope u r doing well
to make means to create : why we use ( to do the homework ) thank u


Hi Ronnie, you’re the best teacher, cause I understand almost everything you say…haha,but really, it’s truth. There are others teachers that speak too much fast and it’s like a mission impossible to understand what they’re saying. Hugs!!


Hello Ronnie, Have you ever listen to I gotta feeling by black eyes pear? they sang “let’s do it, let’s do it, let’s do it” I think the song is a bout creative…. so why they said that still? it’s slang? it’s wrong? or i am wrong?


    I have a ?4U LOL


you are my best teacher thank you a lot for all the information


can you give me some information ?
because i love english but i’m not good in it


interesting lesson

Ammar Salih

i wish I had watched this video two days ago. Because I needed a hoover and I didnt know how i would want it form dormitory personals. thanks , Ronnie this lesson is very usefull




thanks ^_^

wawan sutisna

Thanks got 60%.

Abdul Qayum

Chores are:

*fun things we love to do

Hahaha.. I love your sense of humour, Ronnie :)

Nanami Okusan

Thank you Ronnie.I liked your lessons.


thanks ronnie this video was really helpful, you are an excellent, after watching this video I solved my doubt.


thanks ronnie this video was really helpful, you are an excellent teacher, after watching this video I solved my doubt.


you are so excellent teacher , ronnie . Thanks a lot :-)


Thank you Ronnie, you are excellent and funny teacher. I ever learn using your videos.


Thank You :)


Interesting lesson. Thanks teacher Ronnie


Hi Ronnie, I found your website on youtube and this is really a big help for me because I want to learn more about English. ;-)


Thank you Ronnie


Excellent job easy explanation but I still confuse when I talk to some body but I do thank you very much


i like it here. Just got a little confuse about that “homework” thing. we never wash our homework right? so i put ” make my homework”, where in a sense i know from the start that it should be ” do my homework”. har..har..har..

ann ann

thanks. You are my best teacher, Ronie. But I feel very boring because I don’t become better after longtime.

chung nguyen

thank Ronnie, I love your english class……..

ceccy smart

Thanks So mach Ronnie :)

Abdo Raouf

I like you and your lessons too, Ronnie. Thank ou very much!


Hi Ronnie…. You are great. The way of teaching is excellent. Bravo babes

Ali Mobi


Kio Clid

thank you:)


wow 5/5 Hello thank you mis ronnie i wake up and i did the best today .i made my bed , made my breakfast and finally i did my dishes.



ann ann

Thanks a lot :-)


Not too bad, thanks.


Thanks, you are lovely.


Hey Ronnie, I’m Brzilian and you are helping a lot. Thanks so much!


Thank you very much, Ronnie! Great class, teacher! And I really liked the drawing of the vacuum, :D See you later.


Thanks a million Ronnie!!! You are my star :)


Hi, Ronnie ! Thank you for the lesson. It was fun when you teach that’s make learning quick.
Can you help me understanding the usage of Think, Feel, Sound and Believe. When and Where to use them? ?

vipin agarwal

* Also “Seems” i forgot to mention it in earlier post.

vipin agarwal

*Also “Seems” i forgot to mention it in earlier post.

vipin agarwal

what a mess I did


or what a mess I made?


Thanks a lot ma’am Ronnie. I really had a problem with expressing myself when it comes to chores. As a result my performance on this quiz dropped by 20%, I used to get 100% in the previous Quizzes I took.

#Anyone feel free to correct me if I made any mistake on the statements above, either grammar, spelling or punctuation.

EngVid is the Best!! :)


thank you


Thank you so much!


very useful
Thanks a lot Ronnie!


Hi dearv ronnie, can I say I made my dinner?

Tarik rahmouni

Thanks Ronnie :)

Amanda de Oliveira

Thanks from POLAND ??????

Aleksandra Laska

good lissen mam


That’s a great lesson! I wish to understand the differences between do and make in housework!


Thanks!! You are the best teacher!!


i got 100%




Tanks a LOT


Thanks Ronnie

Yahya Isselmou

Hey Ronnie!!!!

Thanks a lot for help with expression, because I had very mistake with them. ^^

obs: sorry, for grammaticals wrongs or wrongs words


Thank you, Ronnie.Your teaching is interesting for me.

Sonny Hsu

Many thanks .


Hi Ronnie :)
can you tell me about what’s the different between (make time) & (do time) ?

yasmine tarek

how are you ronnie my namis eba im mongolia im mining engineer i working for centerra gold gold mine that company is canada.so i want very very improve skill english.help me please


Hello Mam !you teach very well and in simple way.I learn alot from your all lessons.Thank you mam.


I’ve got through this lesson the right way of using MAKE or DO, often confused. I’m very happy. Thank you Ronnie.


Hi Ronnie, very useful lesson again and very well done, thank you very much ;)
By the way, i come back from Toronto,they speak very quickly, it was difficult for me to understand them but i had a great stay with my friends who live in there.


Thanks big hug from Colombia Ronnie


I love it Ronnie lessons, thanks for creatives and good actitud always ?


Hello Ronnie, Love you so much. Thank you for all lesson if I want to speak English very well. How Do I do? Ronnie


Thanks Ronnie.
please could you please show me the different between “to make a time ” and to do a time “


Hi Ronnie, you are my favorite teacher, thanks for your explanations. God bless you


I got all the questions right. Thanks, Ronnie, you’re the best!!!!


Hello, Ronnie, thanks a lot for these lesson. However,I have a question about “do my homework”, but not “make my homework”. you said–“do means wash, make means create”; they are different words but same meaning. Can I say “make my homework”? Please explain this rule for me, thank you very much.


Hi Ronie i am writen from Djibouti….
i am a trainee english teacher in secondary school here…in Djibouti of course and specialy grade 10…okkk…
first of all thank you for all of your lessons…but i have question concerning the passive voice…as i remember you made an exampl like an active voice …I eat the lunch and you made the passive voice the lunch was eaten…why??? Why not the lunch is eaten…
thanks a lot…


1oo%5 really happy for not making mistakes


I always said for you,”Thank you.”


Just because of your teaching style i can understand very easily and that’s the main reason which gives me 100% result.
thanx miss Ronnie.




Thank you!
Ronnie many times i get these lessons late, i do not know if there are someone follow them live. please my teacher keep me posted!


You got 5 correct out of 5.

M kartal

Thank you Ronnie i love you


thanks for the lesson it was great. I gotta go becouse my wife asked me to do the dishes and the loundry and I do not know what to make for lunch.


Thanks Ms. Ronnie.


Hi Ronnie, thank you for your explanation.


5/5! Good! I am lazy to do any housework.

Jerry Gu

thanks a lot,Rebecca,hugs (Kazakhstan o6 Dec2o21:)


I’m glad you exist sweet Ronnie and I’m quite grateful for your funny English lessons…greetings from Surco

marc anthony

Thanks Ronnie 5/5

Radwan Salah

I’m quite grateful dear Ronnie for your entertaining English lessons….. many greetings from Surco

marc anthony
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