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Good job! But where is the did and didn’t? it’s not even in the quiz. Tnxs

jmtorillo

    thanks but i dont understand the use of these words

    Abdi M

    i want to know about use of shall and will,, i know that shall use with i,& we
    but whenever our teachers use will with i and we why ?

    naheed khan

      “Shall” has a few different uses.

      1) It can mean the same thing as “I will” — “I will tell you tomorrow”/”I shall tell you tomorrow”.

      2) It can be used to talk about something that has to be done, or to tell people to do something. “Students shall write their names at the top of the page.”

      3) It can be used in questions — to talk about something that could happen, or make a suggestion. “Shall I come back later?” could mean that you are asking someone if you should come back later or not, or that you are suggesting you could come back later if they want.

      “Shall” is very common in the UK, but not at all in North America. In North America we would use “will”/”must”/”will” + “maybe”/”could” instead.

      engVid Moderator

    Sorry mam your voice is low, but your teaching is good.

    Ramesh

    Thank you so much.

    nelsa

    We do like Engvid

    kotoz

Oh sorry its in the discussion but not in the quiz :-)

jmtorillo

i am now well awairness to these words. Basic problem is to short vacbluary. can you help me to imporve my vablury and also learing your lession.

Moin Jalal

All your classes are fantastic!

Gerson

    are you in 8th standard

    Kiiran

Engvid is a great ESL site .in fact you have special technique in teaching and I’d like to ask you to teach me how to think of things with their English name not with my original language and then translate it to English
thank a lot.

sameh nada

    Thinking of things in English and not in your original language is not something I can teach you… it is something that must happen in your brain. Once you begin to “switch your brain” over to English, then you can begin to think of words in English. I can only suggest going to an English speaking country, or talking to yourself in English.

    Ronnie

      You used word absolutely correct and i am really impressed with this.

      Thanks for such kind of great artical putting here.

      Ganesh Pandar

      hi ronnie sent me your email address and id plz contact me

      shoaib

      Hi teacher ronnie! im just confused, how about “IT”? can we say IT did or IT didn’t?

      melody

        It + did/didn’t.

        Ronnie

          Hi, Ronnie! I like your way of teaching!
          Because you did not mention how to use the “It” in the present and in the past?

          edubarelli

          teacher where we use names
          with
          do or does
          i think does

          zerwcool

      I want to learn the usage of DO , does and didn’t with IT , That and any particular object.

      nil

      Thanks for Good teach. it is clear to use Do, Does and did in talk.

      Thanks

      bapu.pote

      hi Ronnie

      asha amin

      hello ronnie,
      I love your lectures. I watched your lectures have,has,had and this one.I got a doubt,
      ‘I do have’ and ‘I have’ is these both same or different or wrong.

      iamsrinath

      i don’t want love again, because my heart is broken

      HassanMohamed@mail.ru

    Ronnie is completely right when she says that must happen in your brain. It’s easy, and everything you have to do is to collect very large fund of words, adjectives, verbs, nouns, adverbs, preposition etc., in order to use adequate word to describe something that is instantly in your mind. I did it :))))))

    englishstudent

      Eurekaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!

      englishstudent

Thanks.. You are great.

Marvin

its relly amazing!thanks a lot

Walterson102185

    Walter you’re Filipino? I recognise the flag, I lived in the Philippines for a while.

    chrisireland

      hi chris! just happened to see your comment. I live here in the Philippines (I am Filipina). It’s nice to know someone who’s proud to say, you once lived here. I hope you had a great time here. God bless!

      Jade

HI Ronnie,
I like your lessons very much.May god bless you in all the ways.Expeting more lessons from you guys..THANKS

CRAZY

    i am not understanding when to use when does you go to office and when you go to your office

    tanveer

the problem is there is not new lesson the website i think u should upload daily new lessons beside of all all lectures are very good

sufian

I want to ask you for sure, Is that sentence correct ‘I haven’t seen him in ages’. I’m not sure about the preposition in. I have been studying that i haven’t seen him for ages but not in ages. Can you do me a favor, just tell me that it’s quite possible to use it ‘In ages’. I’m looking forward to hear from you in near the future.

Yon Sovannsetha

    Yes, you can say both!!! I haven’t seen him in ages or for ages!!!

    Ronnie

      thanks i didn’t know that and i was always confused to use in or for

      Amy

Hi Valen,
Thanks for your useful teaching video. I like the way you teach and your great voice. Over all, you are Awesome Valen. Keep on the good work. Bravo!

Sylvia

ု္ိုႈ I like all . More like grammar. I am poor grammar.

joho

good job

ahmed

You haven’t mention ‘it’ in your lesson

saif

thanx alot for that

Mohand

And what about “it”?

Alex

we want more lessons!!!!!!! Please . . . .

sergioss

yes it is funny to learn english here as free video thank you teachter

Somali

Thanks a lot , I´m from Brazil.

danielpms

The quiz was a peace of cake i think the quiz could of bn a little more challeging..

nathalie

    Nathalie, Sorry x correcting you.

    It isn`t a “peace” of cake IT is “a piece of cake”

    BuenosAIresSTUD

    nathalie – challenging has an “n” in it as well. This lesson was done very nicely.

    robbie

hi , i am from Mongolia, we need your lesson everytime.thanks.you can do much more :)

Miga

this is verry nice englenski :D

libanso æger

HI, I like it.

Could you make a video with to be? but, same way this video!!!

Tarcisio

You forgot it, and later on while you are explaining did, you don’t mention you. You are nice and good but this is very amateur teaching level.

ombilicus

Dear teachers,

Do you have abc lessons?

Naushard

i very inspire from miss valen.

umer

Actually,I like to thank for all teachers in ‘www.EngVid.com’. Because of watching these videos I could learn a lot of new things and correct some of my grammar mistakes. Thanks a lot again.

Tharindu

hi mam

umer

i thing you are a great teacher in my life

umer

I am an IT graduate in the phil and its really hard for me to construct good sentences so i tried to search for english online lessons. I found your tutorials direct and simple and it really helped me a lot. Thanks! keep it up.

Thomas

thanks…….

brada

Dear Miss Valen: THANK you very much for your fantastic classes. I like your voice, your pronunciation,your technique, your spelling and must of all, you transmit you love to teach!I find this classes very helpfull.

solangel suarez

Hi, thanks a lot. I’d like to know the usage of DO and WH- in question~ thanks

Michelle

Thankyou!

karan

hi miss ronnie how r you.you done a great job..i have learn much more thing from this lesson….God bless you thanks

hadi mehdi

Hi,
you have missed “It does” “it doesn’t” and in the past “yout did” and “you didn’t” examples.
Please the next time be more professional and give us more correctly grammar.
Thank you. :)

Dainius

    More correctly grammar? you mean to say please use better grammar? or Please use correct grammar.
    It’s not polite to try and find fault, Especially when your unable to use correct grammar also.
    The lesson was very good for those who may not have a good understanding of Do, Don’t, Did, Didn’t.

    chrisireland

    If you know grammar very well why do you watch it , I main lessons .

    hasan

goooooooood job this website is really really helpful thanks

Amy

Hi Alex you are a great teacher i always watch your videos. and i have learnt alot and alot from you and could you please teach us next time where we can use however, neverthless,and yet. waiting for reply thannnnnnnks

Amy

hi you are realy good at teaching Rani.

anosh

Is this sentence correct “he does do his homework”.

anosh

    He does his homework. (does and do are the same verb) We would only use “He DOES do his homework” if I was trying to prove a point that indeed the guy does homework.

    Ronnie

      Hi Ronnie.
      Thank so much.

      pissamaithaigirl

if i am wrong about what your name is rani correct me please and sorry

anosh

you are done good job thank you soo much , i have learn much more thing from this lesson and GOD bles you thanks.

hassan

you done good job ihave learn much more thing frome this lesson and God bles you thanks.

hassan

Hi!
I wanna study english begin.

Dao Doan

    Me too

    Rony Melo

      I want too!!:)

      joonwoo

thanks a lot for this lesson

hello

GOOD JOB . I like that . ur teaching’s very simple

Amor ELGHANDOUR

thanks teacher

sujee

thanks

sujee

THANKS ALL THE TEACHERS IN THIS VID.IDID LEARNED ALOT OF THINGS.

NASIR

it was cool

walter

thanks all teach in this vid

mr the

video very well

mr the

thank for you help. Can you teach the Relative pronoun.Thank you very much

eimar

its very simple way to understand. good work . we want more lessons

Shuaib

your teaching very well.you explained it very nice way…so u know ? i cach it
thank u your all kind of helping

shamnadtec

thank you ,It is a good lesson .when I used this grammar ,I always make a mistake. When I start talking with somebody in English ,I always think grammar rules and I can not speak English very well. Can you give me any advice.Please.

Tuya

    Best advice… don’t think about grammar rules… JUST TALK! I’m sure the person will be able to understand you! Remember that using your hands and body language will help you, too!

    Ronnie

      You have a point!

      johnjericrelox04

      yah..your right ronnie…thanks to you..

      jhel

wow its too easy… try something little more difficult..???

john

hi….
i want to purchase this video so that i learn at my system in my room because i donnot have internet facility in room plz reply me……..

subhash bhalse

    Sorry, engVid doesn’t offer this right now.

    Ronnie

Thank you very much. I find your course very helpful.

Dmitry

    if don’t know to speak eng
    i’ll teach you how to

    is this right

    ravi

this is very nice teaching u but u have to put some more questions, in all the tenses

meeth

I recently saw the sentence which included – if IT doesn’t….. Why i didn’t tell us about IT??

Dmitry

hi, thank you so much for your teaching…We really learned from it together with my children..Kindly explain to us the difference of has and does?How and when can we to use it?tnx again god bless…

kelly modesto

    “He has a truck.” Has means he possesses something.
    “He does his homework.” Does means to do something.

    Ronnie

how about “you & it”? can’t we use “you” in didn’t? and “it” in does?

christine joy

Thank a lot

chaomootoo

good work mam

young man

pleas teach a lot of english language. becuase i can,t speak long.

gilbert ramilo

    i like this lesson. pleas tech me a lot.

    gilbert ramilo

Thank a lot mam

shifan

thanks teacher.

suranga

is it correct if i say i do have plan?

missymei

    “I do have a plan.” If you use do here, you are emphasizing that you have a plan.

    Ronnie

Dear
Sweart Heart…
Thanks…

Uthan

nice work!!! i like your website!!!! Thanks a lot!!!!

htet htet

i have improved my english grammar,vocabulary n pronuncation because i watched these all of videos in website.thanks…

jnie

Thank you very much Teacher Ronnie for giving me this tips of teaching English grammar here in Korea. It’s very fun and not complicated. I’m using your sites in teaching grammar to the students showing them the video and at the same time explaining with them using Korean Language if they can’t catch up with the topic.

Mila

Thank a lot

brahim02

Nice class,would like to see more examples

Jana

can you see your lesson is very easy?

nguyenhieuquan

I like studying english, but I can’t write sentence incorrect.How do I do?

nguyenhieuquan

    You should learn basic sentence structure if you want to write sentences correctly. Watch more engVid lessons!

    Ronnie

hi that,s good job but i have some problem in my vacabolaray would u like 2 help me plz i neaver 4get ur this greatness may GOD bless u

Danish

now i know how to use do, does , and did. And how to use it in negative.. thanks guys

leo

thank you =)

Little Julia

thank a lot

mohammed

i have a doubt why we cannot use does has or doesn’t has instead of does have or doesn’t have?for she or he we have to use “has” right but above case why we dont?

kele

    We must say “She/He doesn’t have” because the auxiliary verb “do” is the only verb you need to change to suit the subject.

    Ronnie

hi teacher,, i’d like to ask you question about the question above that you but it. what do you mean by hear? becouse i answerd thise question in awronge way because idont know whats the mean of hear,,, thanks again for you ihop ican speak english very easy by helping of you

eme

    Look it up in a dictionary!
    This is how I learned English!

    Ronnie

Thank you very much for your education for us , That’s great .

Wissam

i like this theaching methed

thevarasan

Hello teacher , I like your learning style
I studied English in New Zealand , Manukau MIT 12 months and I still can’t use freely the language.
I had a lot of homework but little explanation and I just remember the material, but I must understand the logic of constructing for that to be able to make their own sentences.
With your help, I began to understand much more.
Many thanks

Shuval

thank you very much for your education for us.that’s great

Heiruddin

plz mam straight your hair you could no no no no u should

kaleem

    Why?

    Ronnie

Every lesson you taught was very helpful for a learner like me. Thank you so much for your good teaching method. I hope to see more of your English grammar lessons.

RSagum

what do we use with ( it ) shall we use ( does ) ????

Hazem

you are so gifted for teaching thank you a lot!!!

mahe

what about’it’? U R NOT MENTIONED ABOUT IT.

nag

Oh!! than you so much!! now I understood! a have a period exam tomorrow and now I am sure I will get this topic correct!! Thank you!!

Sofia

NEARLY THAT I SEE VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND THIS VIDEO AND TASKS BELOW WHICH I CAN DO PERFECT

VUNAM

Wow,helpful!

Ms.Kimberly

love you

fahad

Hi Ms. Ronie, how about “it” what I am gonna use is it “do” or “does”
Thanks, have a great day

yanr014

    What do you think you should use with it? I’ll tell you the answer once you tell me what you think.

    Ronnie

      “it does” or “it doesn’t” is that correct? or there’s anything else? thanks

      yanr014

        Yes! You are correct!

        Ronnie

You r a good teacher, thank you

pavana

You rOCK

ayoub morocco

Thank you too much, I think this website is the best one in the world about learning English,
with best regards

Abdull

thank you sear .. it’s very good

Zezzo

    thank you ma’am .. it’s very good

    Zezzo

Hi!How are you?you are great!Thank you!

Cornelia

Will you please tackle about Other Pronoun forms?
1. Between you and (I,me),” said Tonya, “we will probably be assigned to the McMeekin account.” The answer is “me”. Why? What is the rule about this?

2. Have you asked Joseph and (she, her) if they plan to attend the seminar?

3. It was not (I, me) who ordered this manual.

4.Please explain my absence to Arthur and (she, her).

5. I do not know (who, whom)our manager selected to replace Pierre.

6. Mr. Parmar is the only broker (who, whom) we called for an appraisal.

Please explain these in a much easier to understand lesson.

Thanks,
Joshua

Joshua

    Ah… you are confused because the usage of “whom” and “I” are old school grammar book rules! Whereas “who” and “me” we use nowadays! So, in very OLD FORMAL English, the correct answers are 1.I, 3)I, 5)whom, 6)whom but in spoken English (which ignores a lot of the rules) we would use me, me, who, and who! Hope that helps!

    Ronnie

Thanks a lot for these video

Mohsen

Thank you for this lesson.
Q. Why don’t talk about “it” ?!

Moallem

    it + does >> like: he & she

    It doesn’t work.

    Don’t and doesn’t for speaking only, for writing I should write “do not” and “does not” .. that right ??

    Moallem

hi u r the best teacher i guess! bcz the way u teach its very simple thanx
and one more thing i wanna ask u could u plz send me ur all videoes on my email address from start to end from which i can speak english very well
thank u so much

arsalan

i am not really undestand the programme, i don’t know how to go next

dede

nice lesson…

milk

good explain :):) ;)

valikhan

good job lady

lol

thanks a lot for a very simple yet understandable lesson dear teacher.Its a great help for us…very nice and helpful website!!ENGVID.. d best

cheryl f.

Thanks a lot for this simple lesson

and you are very cool and funny i love your lesson =D

hamda

thank u 4 that lesson I am 8 years old I like u

tharwat

hi teacher its great lesson but what about you i think we can say you did not

halim

Hi kind teachers!
It seems to be a very intersting website…I am telling this cause I just loged in it for a while and I feel that I already learned a lot…many thanks

nabeyle

thanks 4 lessoning

ajab khan

good job,simple,accurate and up to the point

pal2pal

yay, nice job. Thank you.

omi

Hi Ronnie!
niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

naeembaloch

hi its nice…can u more sum example for do, don’t and does…etc…i am wating for u ans…….

thx

shweta

Very beneficial thank you

maher81

thanks

max0

Thank u madam it was too good.

swapnil420

perfact way of speaking in teaching with softness

puneet mishra

thanku very much
i m visiting ur site first time nd it gave me great satisfaction to learn enlish
thanks to ur team

puneet mishra

reply
suppose my teacher put a question to me
“what is steeper motor'”
nd i didnt hear him properly
nd should i reply to sir just immediate
what you say or what u said

puneet mishra

Thanku madam teech me

magar krish

thanks. this is really important in english..thanks very much..

almoshaks

Most of the people pronounce contracted forms of be, do and have forms wrongly. So, I would like you to provide a detailed tutorial on contracted forms of be, do and have forms that we use in our daily life. I love the way you teach and I must appreciate you for doing great job which helped/will help most of the people to learn better english than what they know. Please provide tutuorial and thanks in advance

Pradeep Kumar

good teaching no doubts

sathish

good job!! i like it

asti

thanks mis Ronnie, i’ve a lot, plz kindly create the lesson about correct use of ‘perhaps, maybe, suddenly,probably’ because i’m very confused of that word! plz teach us ms ronie

paquingan.reynaldo

I don’t understand do what do means and some time like for example she doesn’t likecat

neny

I do like it so much. And enjoy all with u all here Lolzxxx….

Heart Mixer

Dear teacher please explain for us should vs would, thank you…

Mher

nai-intindihan ko ang kanyang ini-explain
i like it

juds

_____I love the way she teachs

____________________I am learning with you!!!

germano007

Great wit there Ronnie..lol

keithesaf

Thanks so much

What about ( it ) ?

saleh

hi ronnie
when i spoke to my friends, sometime i get confused because not sure about are you going there or do you go there? please help me with this confusion.

sulo

    “Are you going there?” is to ask if you plan to go somewhere in the future. Eg: “Are you going to the gym tomorrow?”
    “Do you go there?” is to ask if the person frequents a place. Eg: “Do you go to Starbucks?” “Do you go to the gym?” — They are asking if you go to these places a lot!

    Ronnie

      we use HE/SHE/IT whith does and doesn’t or not

      yaichockocha

please tell the use of would that in which kind of situation we use that….i,m looking forward to hear you in near future is it correct?

aiisha

in tenses please..and or, like what teacher ronnie did in her teachings with negative and a positive..thanks a lot..God bless..

GEN

name is mhammad

mhammad

LET me one kis
Ronnie

mhammad

I want to know when should I use didn’t & dont.

Anica

    I, you, we, they… you use don’t in the PRESENT tense. Use didn’t for the PAST tense!

    Ronnie

thanxxxxx…..can u give more examples of do,,,,,does,,did…….waiting 4 ur rply

farha

You are a fantastic teacher.. CONGRATULACION

PEDRO AMAYA

nice teacher & nicely teach. want more……..

swapno

I think that you forgot “it” takes does
for example : about apartment “It doesn’t have many rooms”
thanks alot

ahmed

ahh thanks a lot Ma’am I do remember now:-<

ljane

thanks

malikayaz

Hi!!!!

I have a question, the correct phrase is: ‘love don’t cost a thing’, why not doesn’t, like ‘love doesn’t cost a thing’.

Thank you. I look foward for your answer.

Elizabeth

    indeed it should be love doesn’t cost a thing but grammar is always ignored in songs!

    Ronnie

thanks you my good teacher

saheed

thank’s

adda

ur great teacher! how about TO and of can u plz explain it,because im confused,,,,,thanks

jane

thank you so much
nice to meet u

pozitron

What do I use when refering to a singular object? This weapon don’t or doesn’t exist?

Al

    doesn’t!

    Ronnie

hi madam i like your teaching.pls help me for that. what is verb 1 verb2 and verb3 it is present,past,and future tense.thanx

RAJ KUMAR

it’s very useful to me. i like your class

suvithapuveenthiran

i want to know. do i need to use base verb when i ask question

aizy

    I didn’t really understand your question! Could you please give me an example?
    When we use question form, we say…..Did he eat the pizza?, or Do you like fish? Hope that helps you!

    Ronnie

my score is 2 .. .more need to try …

herotu

very goooooooooooooooood side

wasif

hello haw are you i love you i am learn english
for you :D

egypt
ismail nassar

ismail nassar

Hi, i would really appreciate if you could help me figure the right word to use here. Should i use ‘don’t or ‘doesn’t in this sentence :

“Chris wants to buy a new book but don’t/doesn’t know which to get”

I think the right verb to use is “doesn’t” because the mention of name is the same as using it for he/she (singular 3rd party)

Please correct me if i am wrong. Thanks Ronnie

Chris

    You are correct!!!!

    Ronnie

tnx.. With your lesson, now i can use those verbs in a right manner.. Thank you very much

pukenginanyonglahat

wohoow! I got the perfect score! Cool… I enjoy it!

pukenginanyonglahat

hi ronnie! how are you doing? You always did a good job. Will you please write example about do,does,did,it,and names? Thanks a lot, I appreciate it, you have a wonderful day

sue3

Hi Ronnie! How are you doing? You always do a good job. Will you please write an example sentence using the words, “do, does, did, and it.” Thanks a lot, I appreciate it. You have a wonderful day.

sue3

hi ronine my question is do tell me i ask ? start from is am are and u not answar with yes or no u give me information about that question ?

hafeez

Thanks a lot, i am from Turkey, nice and helpful job

Adnan COSKUN

hello mam,
I like your teaching very much.Now i’m very happy & taking lot of interest in learning how to speak english.Thanx a lot.
Can you give me more questios for quiz?

savita

thanxs it is a great website..
i want to learn how does verb changes in present ,past & future using do, dont,does,doesnt,did & didnt

reema

so…
fantastic!!! but i have a question:)) is “your mama don’t know” a right english? or “your mama doesn’t know”

love arashi

    “Your mama doesn’t know” is correct!

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie,
Its great to have a teacher like you.
Need to know that if we are beginners then from where to start learning English, I mean about a sequence, that what should be the first topic then the second and so on, like a learning chart. Hope if you can make this easier for all of us.

Thanks & Regards
BJ

BJ

    I think you should learn basic vocabulary and verbs first.
    Then simple present tense, past and future tense.

    Ronnie

Which Is Correct ? I Didnt spend or i didnt spent ? thanks

Jasper

    I didn’t spend is correct. Didn’t is past so you don’t need to change “spend” to past tense!

    Ronnie

now i learn something new

najeeb

thank you very much

lith

OoOoOh,, Very great and Basic lecture..

Thank you verrrrrrrrrrrrry much..

yousefgouda

i like a lot and understand easly thanks

salam shaikh

thanks you save my life…
:D

Tamara...

For “does” and “doesn’t” you forgot the pronoun “it.”

Example: ‘It ((the toaster)) doesn’t ususally work. It does sometimes work after I whack it a bit.’
I suggest a
dding the nonpersonal pronoun “it” to this lecture — as well as the use of non-pronoun subjects with “do,” “does,” etc.

Joel Lantz

thanks mam

siva kumar

i like your lesson lovely lesson

gul_zaib

    lovely

    gul_zaib

thank your very much for this free lesson. your a very good teacher.

what is correct.
1.the house doesn’t/dont have a roof?
2. lot of people don’t/doesn’t have a food on their plate.
3.their wives doesn’t/dont have a money

aj

    You have to think if the noun is singular or plural. If it is singular use does/doesn’t. Plural, use do/don’t.
    You think about this and email me what YOU think the answers are! Good luck!

    Ronnie

      I took above three questions as my exercise and find the answers below.

      1. the house doesn’t have a roof?
      2. lot of people don’t have a food on their plate.
      3.their wives dont have a money

      Please check and correct me if anything wrong.

      saravanan

        You need to put a capital letter on every sentence. A food and a money are both wrong. It should be money/food.

        Ronnie

Dear Ronnie,
Thanks for your good effort. Your exercise is very interesting. I wish you post many exercise so that it will improve english grammer to every one using your net. Thank you and good work. KEEP IT UP.

Pema sona

Dear Ronnie,
Thank you very much for your good method of teaching. It is well explained and easy to understand. I have a request if you don’t mind please. I want to know the proper usage of “articles”. Your kind consideration is much appreciated.

abdullahsagum

    Thanks for the suggestion! I will try to do that video for you! Please be patient as we film every 4 months.
    Thanks for watching and good luck!

    Ronnie

hi,good gob

Randa Awad

thank you are best teacher

hossam

Thank you, really helped to refresh my memory in applying basic rules in constructing sentences.

SuShi

good job.i m very thank full to u

madiha

A very informative lesson. Eventhough, I am advanced in some levels, I find the basics very confusing, but now resolved. Thankyou for your wonderful teaching

Binu Joseph

Very good explanation but I think…
you didn’t mention “it” when you explained Do/Does
Also, you forgot “you” when you explained Did/didn’t.

Lore

hello engvid i like ur way or teaching.it’s very interesting.so now i have joined engvid and i watching and listing everyday ur lessons.thanxx

kuljit mann

helo ms RONIE.are you? i wanna thank you to help me learn english. i realy wanna speak like you.once again thank you very much [haiti]

sanon john nelson

OMG thanks so much i love that girl, she knows how to explain i was confuse with those things about does and doesn’t thanks so so so so so muuuuuuuuuuch

Fer

this is great.

vincent

Hi Ronny, i have two questions . first one, What’s diffrence between these sentences.
he likes her & he does like her. second question, i answerd these quiz but there one question missunderstand mean this senetnce”She does not like him bescause he is verey meaning her” it mean he not love him because he care her or she hate him because he nosy ..forget to tell you that’s first time to share here but i intearsting & enjoy by your method .so, i singup here & put in my favourit & will follow your video & new news hope to continue

Mousa

    “He likes her” is how we normally say that one person likes another.
    “He DOES like her”, is ONLY to emphasize that he indeed does like her!
    ”She does not like him because he is very meaning her”…. This should say ….””She does not like him because he is very mean to her”.
    It means that he is a bad person and not nice to her, so she does not like him!
    Thanks for watching and good luck!

    Ronnie

yeah,Roonie ..i understand you & thank you alot for your helping. well, i study course english at egypt with forgin Instructores. they follow us & to continue connecation at facebook you will see command mistake when we discusse with them from level one to level 6 .These discusses there help you when you prepare Vido. what are problems with begginer, intermiddiate &advance levels .just write spread your english in google search, you will find first link spread your engilsh at face book after that, plz open discuess tap you will be find student chat there with thier Instructors.really, we have some people teach me from U.S but they are not as like you.Anyway, one day if you will vist egypt ofcourse i’ll hoste you there by free.that’s nice to meet you

Mousa

Hi! I’m very thankful to find your website. And I’m very interested to watch and learn all your video lessons. I really want to be confident and improve my english grammar be it in writing or speaking. I have a request though. Goodluck and more power to your website!

Mary Ann

Hi Ms. Ronnie, your such a great teacher, very cool and entertaining. I hope I can see you in person someday. I’m planning to work there in Canada after I finish my degree in College. Your lectures are really2x awesome. More power Ms. Ronnie and God bless ;)

leonora17

what will i use if i use a name of a person as a subject? ex. mia dont like to run or mia doesnt like to run? which one? thanks! :)

mia

    Mia doesn’t like to run is correct!

    Ronnie

thank you. this lesson very halped me.

gilboa

Hi Ronnie ‘m so thankful to your lectures and i think this is a big help for us

josh

I was able to get perfect score, does that mean I am good? English is not my primary language but I want to improve more.

Edward

hi Ronnie…. i really like your english lessons…. i love it… i hope that i will be your friend… hehehe.. ronnie.. u know, you are funny.. hehe…i really really like u…. hehehe

regina

god bless u always…

regina

hi thank you so much. this lesson very helped for me.

odnoo

Hi Ronnie,

What’s the different between “Do you know?” and “Did you know?”? Please help.

Thank you very much.

Simon

    “Did you know” is past tense. “Do you know” is present tense.

    Ronnie

      Ronnie you made again I like your style(It´s very funny) for teach (my favorite teacher) thank you I learn a lot with your classes XD

      ringo20452001

Thank you Ronnie (:

hala4

Hi Ronnie,
First, I would like to thank you for helping me passing the english profiency test In LA VERNE UNI.-CA, so now I am eligible to join thier graduate programme as my first degree is from overseas.
but behind the teaching point. I was very frustrated that I moved to US 4 years ago, working hard and overcoming all challenges i had,until I become a citizen here.
I was struggling to back to school, I was down and sad, but since i start to watch your video’s and James’s too, I found both of you very positive and energetic. Thanks for helping me achieve my dream.
GOD BLESS BOTH OF YOU .
Mohamed Abdou

Mohamed Abdou

    Great! Congrats on getting you test! I am glad you could achieve your dream!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ronnie

thanks for the lesson!

manuquinho

Hey Ronnie you are the best teacher ever!!!
keep posting lessons…..
Thanks you very much

vitolezio

    oh hi how ra you are barizl ..

    rabiakhan

Thanks a lot , but i prefer to add more Quizzes , god bless u Ronnie :d

marewan

BY RONNIE
last i would not like to thank you for your helpeness english and i dislike your style bay the way my point i was a good english spoker ,but since I started or enjoyed your english class i became bad speeker .I don’t know what is matter ,but you may know this big change so I don’t need any advacer from you. all these are opposit may be you can underestand what i mean as you are may bad teacher ahahahaha my question is if I’m using a name how can I use DO or DOES and how can I know which is correct to that sentense let me do ex. kafi does’t joke any time or kafi don’t joke any time so my bad teacher which one is right . hi teacher my all words to the other opposit way then you may underestand what I mean have a bad day .. nevet see you again..

kafi

    I hate you too!!! I am so unhappy you asked me a question!!!
    If you use a person’s name, you use does . It is the same as he/she!
    Please don’t watch anymore of the terrible lessons and I hope you can’t speak English well in the future!!!!!

    Ronnie

    You are like Bizarro Superman?

    engVid

it’s really helpfull :D

hiba

I really like this website

I have question, how to make a question, Im not sure, does everyone is save? or just everyone is save?
I really appreciate your help
thanks

Hernan

    You would have to say Does everyone save?.
    Thanks for watching and good luck!

    Ronnie

Hello Ronnie,

Don’t worry Ronnie, many people in this world is very frustrated and feel bad about the success of others. Thank you so much for your help. I appreciate it

Geminis3505

Hi Ronnie

Your lessons are fantastic

Thank you for teaching me this thing because my teacher don’t improve the lesson to me

Nawaf

Very good …..

miltao

HI RONNIE
you are so fanny by the way you are my best teacher so can you point any other easy way which may i speek well or correct pronunciation there is some pronunciation wrong in my speech so i need your advice .
iam your student who need your help so tel me what to do thank you my bad teacher

kafi

    Just try to speak as much as you can and keep watching Engvid for more videos to help you!!

    Ronnie

i like this, very esly u teach me, thnx, u just clears my big prob

vertika

thank for you Ms.Ronnie

michaelkanvic

First of all i want to say thanks to ALLAH Pak given us this computer and secoundly nice way of teaching GOD Bless you

sahil

i made it perfect again!i love it so much..

Melisa:-)

bessymelai

thank you very much:)

diva

Thanks Ms Ronnie ,,,I love your lessons . its very helpful ,and you’re a funny teacher..God Bless You.

Ali

Thank you, Ronnie, The lesson is very useful and I have not learnt to use these words correctly.

Margie

How to say? He doesn’t like… or He IS doesn’t like… where a lesson on this subject? You are a gifted teacher.

G.Hook

    He doesn’t like is correct!

    Ronnie

How about when we get the mistake that we say HE DO? That’s really feel confusion Miss Ronnie!! Y_Y

binh phan

    You have to say “he does” !

    Ronnie

If my subject is IT. Then whether i have to use does or do

saravanan

    It = does.

    Ronnie

      Thanks mam. Please tell me which of the following is correct?

      What do jhon and raja do?
      What does jhon and raja do?

      saravanan

can you teach me if possible one sentence .i.e. how do you do?

raja singh

    ok

    Ronnie

Thank you so much! it helps!
can you teach me how to you for and to in correct sentence? coz sometimes I’m confused. like for example. it means nothing for me or it means nothing to me. haha.:) I think its “to me”. right? nah.. so confusing how to use those words… thanks again!

Megs

    It means nothing to me, is correct! I will try to make a video for you!

    Ronnie

,,hi!i am from Philippines,,,8 is my frst time to watch your lesson and i i like it,,,,ihope you can teach me on how to use the negative words in a sentence,,,and how to identify them..tnx

florebel

Pls tell me when we need to use Did, Was-were, Had, Have-Has…. I am totally confused on these words… tell me with examples… pls pls pls…..

Arjun-India

its very good ,,thank you ronnie.

kanth

thanks mam ronnie for sharing this.

jaja

hi good day, But where is the did and didn’t? it’s not even in the quiz. Thamks

bety/from ethiopia

hi just want to ask if the word is right? you did it? if right so it means that “you” also can connect with did or didn’t? thanks!

sophia

    Yes, you are correct!

    Ronnie

what about You didn’t? is it right?

jay

what about it??? Liza likes fruits. is it right to say…… Does Liza like fruits? Do Jade and Jim like fruits? Do, does and did could be used for the name of person? thanks

jay

    Yes, all of your examples are correct! Great work!

    Ronnie

Pls tell me when we need to use Did, Was-were, Had, Have-Has…. I am totally confused on these words… tell me with examples… pls pls pls…..

Please tell me madam… I am waiting for your reply… its a small thing to you, but for me its a big big biiiiiiiig problem……

Arjun, India

    Was/were is the past form of “to be” verb. I was here. We were at the park.
    Did is the past form of do. We use for actions.,,,, I did my homework. I did the laundry.
    Have/has is present, had is past tense. We use to show possession – I have 5 dogs. She has a headache.
    I hope that helps!

    Ronnie

Please tell me which of the following is correct?

What do jhon and raja do?
What does jhon and raja do?

saravanan

    What do jhon and raja do?

    Ronnie

      why used “do” and not “does”, as we learnt from earlier examples that with names we use “does”

      raj

mam very very usefull classes and clear the doubt by reading the answer u giving for the comments
thanks and kind regards
Gazzali

gazzali

haha! piece of cake!!

carl

thanks roonie you cleared my doubts

saisudharsun

you r good teacher.i like ur teaching style,i can easily understand.thanks a lot.my problem is i can understand but,i can’t speak english very well.help me plz,

jinal

“This is not suitable for our current requirement”. is this sentence correct? if yes which tense

mswirpm

    “This is not suitable for our current requirement” is correct. It is present tense because the verb is “is”.

    Ronnie

as per my understanding when we use present continues we have to use am/is/are+v1+ing. but in this sentense i have a confusion “It is not suitable ” i cant use ing here. is this sentence correct ?

mswirpm

    “It is not suitable” is correct. You cannot use suitable with ing.

    Ronnie

Dear Ronnie,
Thank you very much for your good method of teaching. teacher i want to know that what is difference between “believe and belief”??
thanks..
waiting for your reply…

Muhammad Kashif.

majorkashif74

    Believe is a verb… “I believe (think) I can fly.”
    Belief is a noun… “I have a belief (idea) that I can fly.”

    Ronnie

      thank you teacher

      majorkashif74

Hello Ronnie!
i am your new student i don’t like your way of teaching

batool

Hello Ronnie!
i am your new student i don’t like your way of teaching i love it could you pl tell me how we use do didand does in questions.thanks & take care.see you

batool

thank you
teacher

Afiya

oohh wat a nice lesson though its commonly used still, it is still confusing..
before i was too confused of using it.. and since i decided to enroll at english proficiency so.. i came up.. with it.. tenx again for the additonal info.. about using these words..

sherwin

    sorry it was typo error.. omit the “still” after it is hehe,.

    sherwin

nice!! tenx for additional info about these words..

sherwin

hie miss Ronnie :-)
u r a brilliant teacher… !!!
i have loved your teaching style
tommorow is my test of english …!!!
hope ur lesson will work .. :-)
please make a video of past and future tenses.
with thier uses … !
there is question –
i has read my story book / i have read my story book …:-)
thank you so very much

Aditi

    I have read my story book. We always use I +have!~
    Good luck on your test!!!!!!!!!

    Ronnie

i know basic grammar ruls

i nead vacabulary wards

what can i do ?

raju6786

    To improve your vocabulary, try to learn one or 2 new words a day and use them in a sentence!

    Ronnie

On the explanation of the Do and Does. I did not see the it form which also belongs to the 3rd person singular group (He and She), but the rest was very useful. Thank you.

Des

trully good lesson of yours, can you teach the rules of how to change the negative into a positive?

stephen

hello i’ so much interested with your lesson can i aks a question? i just want to know how to change the positive one into a negative?

stephen

very useful

kanakaraj

Thanks to you and this program
and i have some problem in the grammer how i can learn it
Thank you

Adnan from Afghanistan

this was a beautiful and easy way of showing how to use do,and does but i needed clarity on does+it
thank you

savitrii dhanesha

i visited your website,i was amazed on your topic..but i’m still confused.i will just ask which is correct grammar.I didn’t see or I didn’t saw?

emz

    I didn’t see. Didn’t is past tense so you don’t need to change the second verb.

    Ronnie

Hello Ronnie! I’m liking so much of your lessons! In this moment I’m studying alone, so this site is very useful. Thank you!

kuki05

thx mam you are very good teacher

try

Thanks a lot Ronnie :) Your way of teaching is so clear.

susan

Didn’t you understand the question? normally we use yes,i did or no i didn’t but can we say yes i didn’t? so can anyone help ….

John Tora

WHICH IS CORRECT?
*did your mother went to the store?
*does your sister has sandals?

Taylor Les

    They are both wrong!

    Ronnie

      hi,
      what is the correct form of the sentence?
      thank you …

      dineshtobe

Hello Ronnie…… this is really a good class. though i manage to write and speak english i always had confusion in using ” do, does and did”. thanks a lot for this video. however, i have one clarification pls… wen we use past you mentioned “did” is used along with “I, we, they, she & he”. How about for “You”? should we not use “did” for “you”?

Kavitha

    yes.

    Ronnie

      thanks a lot for your prompt response.

      do you mean to say …to use or not to use “did” with “you”?

      You are a superb teacher! thank you.

      Kavitha

        Use did with I, he,she, we, they, you, it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Ronnie

people can really understand wateva u teach without ny problem…n even i like da way u teach…u r amazin …but still i would like to ask u a Q …..if u don mind can u explain me da example of jhon n raja….da one which u hv already commented…. bt i need da explanation….waitin fo ur reply….

Roy

    I don’t understand your question…sorry – What are jhon and raja?

    Ronnie

i love it….good job…..

juvz

Hi Ronnie
I am ur new student,i really like your lessons..but i really need your help.i want to learn and speak engligh but my problem is that i can understand some verbs not all,and so i cant use them in sentences..i get confused every time..what should i do?can you help me..
please reply me.

Quratulain

    Verbs are difficult – just try to learn 2-3 a day and use them in a sentence…..Don`t try to learn too many at once! Your brain may explode!

    Ronnie

its very simple …….Good teaching

rakuniit

Hi,
thanks Ronnie for this great lesson.it’s very helpful

mohamed121

Maam Ronnie your awesome, ms Ronnie my question is this, why the baby did not know how to write and how to read, why she could speak very well… I think the best to do is, if you want to know how to speak english fluently regardless of education i would suggests you can always hear the conversation in english language. reading and writing did not really2x essential I think hearing is best method if you to know how to speak English fluently. What do you think ms Ronnie? correct me if I’m wrong… thank and god bless…..

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

    I think it depends on how you learn – some people can just learn by listening, others need to see the words, others need a more physical learning environment. Everyone is different. When I learned Japanese I had to write down the words to remember how to say them….but I didn’t learn the grammar!

    Ronnie

      how to use would?

      srinivas8998

I want to know, why does the word she is used with have ? :S She is the third person and have is used in only negative sentences. :/
If you can help me out of this thing. I’ll be quite pleasured. :D

Aisha

    In the example “Does she have”, we have to change only the aux. verb do to reflect the noun…..We don’t have to change any other verb….We don’t say “Does she has”…..
    I don’t know WHY – I have no idea why we have ALL they grammar rules that we do – they don’t make sense to me!!

    Ronnie

tank you so much Ms Ronnie

Taban

Dear Ms. Ronnie
Good Day!
while telephone conversation the other end of the person asked me that Mr.Vange is there (Vange is my collegue) and I replied that, He is having lunch. Is it right or should i say He is eating. Please Reply me..

Regards,
Suresh.

suresh

    That is right!

    Ronnie

I was the head chef at Marconi Cub in London, Ontario for 22 years, and now I am imjured. I am studying English adn I love to watch your videos. You are excellent! My compliments.

Petio Petio

Dear Ms.Ronnie
When does the flight departure? is it right..

suresh

Ronnie you are a excellent teacher, your english class y very useful thank you and a kiss from Mexico

Alfonso

Dear Ronnie. You are the best my teacher. thank you. You’re telling very well in the mean time.

mery

Dear Ms. Ronnie,

It is nice to listen your classes. If the subject is neutral, what auxiliary verb should we use?

Regards,
Basheer

Basheer Mohamed

Hi maam Ronnie Last night I saw the beauty Pageant here in my place…
and some of the candidates introduced herself!
and I have confused regarding their grammar:
and my question is this?
what is the correct grammar…
HI, THIS IS MARRY CRUZ, REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY….It is correct maam…
OR..
HI I AM MARRY CRUZ REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY..
Which one is the correct grammar maam..
1.. or.. 2.

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

you don’t have a car.Is this a correct sentence?

jyoti

Hi everyone…It is ok if I write: There did not use to be a newspaper store on Main Street.
Thanks

ana maria

Hi maam Ronnie Last night I saw the beauty Pageant here in my place…
and some of the candidates introduced herself!
and I have confused regarding their grammar:
and my question is this?
what is the correct grammar…
HI, THIS IS MARRY CRUZ, REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY….It is correct maam…
OR..
HI I AM MARRY CRUZ REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY..
Which one is the correct grammar maam..
1.. or.. 2.

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

tnx

marjorie

thankks so much Mam.Ronnie.I love engvid so much and all the teachers are great…nice lesson.

analynnavarette

Hi! Thank you for your lesson! It’s really useful!=) But sometimes I see sentences like that: “I DO understand you”
Should we use “DO” in this sentence?
Thanks)

pokerface

    “Do” is only for emphasis!

    Ronnie

Your style of teaching is very interesting I wish you good luck always

We are waiting for each lesson.

fahad

Thanks this words have been comfusing me but now I understand them after your lesson good job

jestina

Hi maam Ronnie Last night I saw the beauty Pageant here in my place…
and some of the candidates introduced herself!
and I have confused regarding their grammar:
and my question is this?
what is the correct grammar…
HI, THIS IS MARRY CRUZ, REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY….It is correct maam…
OR..
HI I AM MARRY CRUZ REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY..
Which one is the correct grammar maam..
1.. or.. 2.
Wednesday, September 7th 2011
Reply to this comment
Hi maam Ronnie Last night I saw the beauty Pageant here in my place…
and some of the candidates introduced herself!
and I have confused regarding their grammar:
and my question is this?
what is the correct grammar…
HI, THIS IS MARRY CRUZ, REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY….It is correct maam…
OR..
HI I AM MARRY CRUZ REPRESENTING TAGUM CITY..
Which one is the correct grammar maam..
1.. or.. 2.

marjorie

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

    Both are correct!

    Ronnie

good…thanks teacher

xpowerman

please give me many example

lawrance

I,we you,they-do(present tense),did(past tense).
he,she it-does(present tense),did(past).Is it correct??
“he has done his homework” is this sentence correct?
1.”does she have an extra pen?”(or) “does she has an extra pen”
2.”yes she has” (or) “yes she is having”
which is the correct one from above senteces correct? plzzz rply me.

shaazz

    I,we you,they-do(present tense),did(past tense).
    he,she it-does(present tense),did(past).Is it correct?? YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    “He has done his homework” is this sentence correct? YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1.”does she have an extra pen?” YES!!!!!(or) “does she has an extra pen” NO – you don’t need to change have because “does” is changed.
    2.”yes she has” YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (or) “yes she is having” NO – you cannot use “hav+ing”!

    Ronnie

if we are saying anybody then what we can use DO or Does??
1.”do anybody want to take responsibility” or 2.”does anybody want to take responsibility” or i think often we use “IS” like”is anybody interested in dancing” plzzz i’ll be thankfull to u if u clear my confusion with some examples.
Hope u understand my question.

shaazz

    Does anybody is correct = “anybody” is singular! So…has anybody, does anybody, was anybody.
    “Is anybody” is correct!

    Ronnie

With Noun do we use do or does for e.g. Anita do not know English or Anita does not know English. which one is correct

Anita

    Does

    Ronnie

thanks alot Ms ..

I did that Quiz what you gave us !

thanks alot .. keept up !

Hassan

Mrs. Ronnie , thank you so much :D

Nagita

i want to ask.. based from your video i found that u used all the personal pronouns as the example.but where is “it”? i could not find it in your video. does it have different usage from the above stated? thank you

Constance Chee

    It = does/doesn’t. Did/didn’t!

    Ronnie

i also would like to ask about is it correct if the questions= a) where does she go? or we can say where does she goes? however when i asked my friends most of them answered the answer is a. why?

Constance Chee

    You only have to change the auxiliary verb “do” to does, You do not have to change BOTH verbs (do and go)!

    Ronnie

Ronnie,Thanks!!
But I have a question,very very silly question for you:What differences between verb “to be”,which can be “do,does” and “am,is,are”???I know it sounds silly,but it my problem sometime…))

annytka

    Your question is not silly! It is a very good question as many people are confused with to be and do!
    First of all do/does IS NOT part of “to be”! “To be” is only am, is, or are!
    Basically, if you have an adjective in the sentence, you are going to use “to be” Ex… I am tired. Tired is an adjective so you cannot say I do tired!
    I am hungry. She is thirsty. They are smart.
    “Do” is an action verb, and we use it with a noun- “I do my homework”. Homework is a noun. You cannot say I am homework!!!
    He does aerobics. She does the dishes, They do math.

    Ronnie

Thanks,Ronnie!You open a great secret for me)))

annytka

Awesome!!! thanks alot!

elle

Wonder which is a better line- “Do you want to grab dinner” or “Did you want to grab dinner”. What is the difference between the two sentences and what circumstances might be appropriate to use one or the other. Thoughts?

Sparkle

    Did you is past tense, but we use this sometimes in informal conversation!
    Do you is present tense and “proper grammar” if you are asking the person at the moment!

    Ronnie

U’re doing a great work to not-english- spoke people (like me). Ur lesson is very good and basic but I have some trouble in listening can’t, didn’t and some negative words ’cause when foreigners say, they always swallow it and make me misunderstand.Please, help me. I hope that there aren’t too much grammar mistake in my message. Thank u for ur all ur help.

Mosquito

thank you very much!! this can help me to improve my remarks this Final Exam!! =))

Carl

thanks for the replied! i though u would never respond to my question since i was miles away. thanks for the clearance. it do help me a lot teacher

Constance Chee

I know english very well but I hav lack of confidence onmyself to speak fluent english. Your lessons ll help me to improve myself. Thanks

Nitesh Thokal

Helo Madam Ronnie
I have learnt alot by your teaching. Madam I am a new one learner and want to know alot about english grammer and vacablary but there are are no more lesson regarding which can cover all the aspect of grammer or vacablory. Kindly interduce / deliever some more lessons please

Nazakat

thanks for the info..really helpful

dinz

HI RONNIE YOU DID GOOD JOBU I LIKE IT

yared

Hi
can you tell me what is correct: “i didnt knew” or “i didnt know”.
Thnx xxx

nana

    I didn’t know. When we use “did”, we don’t need to change the other words to past tense – only one!!

    Ronnie

Where is the subject “it” in this video? otherwise its fine. Why have you dropped down the subject ‘It’?

Mahesh

hi
thanks for teaching it is very useful.can you tell us what is adverb?

Mohammad Ali

    An adverb describes how the verb is done. Ex. He ran slowly. Slowly=adverb, telling us how he ran.

    Ronnie

really styl well

jaki

Can you please help me with this: What is the verb in “What does her mother do on Tuesday?” And please explain or elaborate. Thank you.

maria

    Does and do are verbs

    Ronnie

hi
thanks for teaching.can you tell use about comparative and superlative,please?

louchida

idonét now when we use do and did

sami

    Do= present tense
    Did= past tense

    Ronnie

Thanks :)

nfnf

grateful ::))

salwa47

thank you very much its good for me i am 13 years old

arsal

what about CAN????
Will you always have a DO after a CAN????
As in “No can do!!!”
Just joking.
But you get what a mean!
Awesome stuff.

chris

Why do we use for third person the verb likes but when we use did we don’t. ie. He likes vs he didn’t like instead of he didn’t likes.

Maria

    When we use the auxiliary verb “did”, we don’t need to change the other verb!

    Ronnie

thank you Ronni i understand to your lisson.

sher61

Hi Ronnie, I have come accross this site trying to find help for my son (grade 3) with his English. He often makes mistakes with the use of “done” and I don’t know how to explain to him the correct usage, I can only tell him when it sounds wrong. Can you simplify when it is correct to use the word done as in, I did, I have done? The other day I done, I did?

lunar

    Done we use with present/past perfect, or as an adjective “I am done”.
    You cannot use done in simple past.

    Ronnie

Thank you for all Ronni. i like your lessons

pppc

thank you for the lesson. I did learn a lot from your lessons.

abon

Hi Roonie:

Thanks for your work, Im very happy with this lessons!!!

Can you recommed exercises?

farenas

Hello Ronnie,
your kind to teach is very funny and the lesson are interesting and helpfull for me.
I hope you and your colleague try to make a lot more lessons.

Regards

wyattearp

    Is that Gandalf or the white wizard? I think Sarumon is his name, right? Just to say because that’s what our lesson in L.A. ^_^

    DEOKMAN

      oh it’s SARUMAN.

      DEOKMAN

Thank you.Your lessons so helpful and simple to understand.I will recommend this site to my friends.

Vicky

Thank so much!!! Ronnie.

msi72

a: He goes to school. Doesn’t it?
b:Yes, He does.

Are two upper sentences correct?
I request Guide me.
Yours Faithfully
Mojtaba

Mojtaba Arjomandi

    He goes to school. Doesn’t he?

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie..I wanna know what’s the difference between I and I am..sometimes i confuse how to use this two..thanks!!

josh

    Use “i am + adjective. Ex… I am hungry/tired/happy.
    Use I + verb. Ex.. I go/eat/play/have/want.

    Ronnie

Awesome video!!!
Very simple and comprehensive!
I am only 2 months here in Canada and starting to speak English. Thanks a lot!!!
Canadians are so kind and friendly. I love Canada!!!

DEOKMAN

I you find any mistakes on my grammar, just correct it and I’m glad to know it! thanks!

DEOKMAN

If I use “didn’t”, Do I need to change the verb that follows?
For example, I didn’t make that or I didn’t MADE that? :)

DEOKMAN

    If I use “didn’t”, Do I need to change the verb that follows? NO!
    I didn’t make that = correct!!!

    Ronnie

      thanks :)

      DEOKMAN

In the example “Does she have”, we have to change only the aux. verb do to reflect the noun…..We don’t have to change any other verb….We don’t say “Does she has”…..
I don’t know WHY – I have no idea why we have ALL they grammar rules that we do – they don’t make sense to me!!

kaushal nigam

thanks for your lessons, I would like to ask you 2 questions. First I’m confused how to use the verb (Had) Ex, in one sentence you can se had had. I had had a big car, another question is the verb, (being) when can i use being, Ex, if i say , being a bad person is not good, its right, thanks for your help

dhagahoray

    Had had is past perfect form. (had + p.p) Ex. I had had a dog but it died.I had eaten the apple.
    Being we use in continuous forms of grammar. Ex. She is being funny, = She to be funny.

    Ronnie

very informative and helpful .
thanks and rgds

A.Z.Khan

Oh my god, the technique you use to teach is really wonderful……….
Same way i would like to see any video like how to spell a word. ie Writing correct spelling.

Santhosh

    Check on the website for “spelling” videos – there should be some videos for you!

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie . you are vary good a Techer
you don’t write Example (don’t forget)

MERCI … ..

ABodianoful

you don’t write Example (don’t forget)
Okey

ABodianoful

You don’t write example
Remember Okay !!! (^_^)

Indah Paramita

Mónica doesn´t talk to me or Monica won´t talk to me?

gabe

thank you very much,i find this lesson so helpful,,a have learned a lot from you all teacher..i have felt something my english improving..

koreano

what to use after the name of the one or two person, is it do or doesnt?

marice

    Leila and Aisha (don’t play/ does’t play) volleyball.

    maricel

    He, she,(one person), it =does, doesn’t
    I, they, we (two people)= do, don’t.

    Ronnie

Hi! thank you for your effective teaching. I just have a simple question. If the subject is the name of two person, what do we use is it do or does?
Ex. Leila and Aisha (don’t play/doesn’t) play vaolleyball.

maricel

    If it is 2 people, we use “don’t”!!! Great question! Good luck!

    Ronnie

is it aproppriate to use DOESNT’T on WE, THEY, I, AND YOU?

Kris

    No – we/they/I/you = do or don’t ONLY!

    Ronnie

thank you Ronnie

bazkhan

mrs ronnie thank you for this wonderfull explain but plz i have one question i want to know that if this seantnce is true or flase did you born here? and plz tell me the reason of being true or flase

mohamed

Thank you Ronnie for your effective teaching and explaination about Do and Does,lessons are interesting and helpfull for everyone.

Srini

well.. nice thanks good job..

imtiaz12

thank you for leessen

kktaha

Thanks a lot Ronnie for the lesson.

Nishit

My question is, “When to use did vs. done?”

Z

    Did = simple past verb. I did the dishes.
    Done = past participle. I have done the dishes.

    Ronnie

helo mam…
i’m very much bothered abt the usage of DID DO DOES in the framing of sentences… i would be very glad, if u could let me come out of my problem.

jeevan

it’s my great plesure.. if u suggest me some interesting novels comprising simple english.

jeevan

    I would recommend Children’s books or teen novels. Most novels would be way to difficult to read!

    Ronnie

      helo mam, thanx alot fr ur valuable guidance but i’ll be very glad if u plzzzz let me knw the names of novels comprising simple & basic english … moreover it’d be better if u sugest me some of the interesting novels. plzzz do the needful mam..:-)

      jeevan

good leson but what about the regular verbs and irregular verbs after Do, Did?

Willian

dear Ronnie, would you plz teach us about “the” and “a”. and tell me where i can learn more about it, i really confused with them, thx a lot, i really love your teaching method and enjoy it.
all the best

sara

    Search the site for that lesson = articles!

    Ronnie

good job

mohammed1983

Helo mam,
plz let me knw the usage of ‘do did does’ in framing sentences.
Kndly do the neeful mam.

Jevan

Helo mam,
i’d like 2 improve our my comunicatn.. N plz provide me the tense table with very best exmpls fr clr undrstndng..!

Jevan

Hello Dear teacher Ronnie.Thanks a lot.Have good day

i'm from Kazakstan

Hello My dear online Teacher Ronnie.
how are you? I hope you are well.
I find out yours and your team’s classes on youtube by searching as learn English.
I am very happy for finding out like you teacher. you method of teaching is very simple and attractive and knowledgeable for learners. thank you so much for doing this job.

Mohd Shamsuddin

Really helpful……..

kpsingh1234

My question is with didn’t, like in this example:
you emailed me the message didn’t you? in this case it would mean “did you not”…right? (wouldn’t it mean did you not?) “would it not”

Felix

    You are correct!

    Ronnie

this teacher is super

filip

I love it ….
thanks to the teachers who are willing to teach us …

starlight_ph.d

my queastion is : how to learn tense??

starlight_ph.d

Hi Miss Ronnie, nice lesson but, what about the future tense? and also I would like to know if u can explain to me the difference between when we use the verb to be, or the verb to have, or the verb do, in affirmative and negative sentences, and questions, thank you for doing this to us you are a wonderful person.

Eduardo

    Search the site for the lessons you want!

    Ronnie

When can I use them and what’s the different between them and is&are

Danno

he she it

anon

helo mam..
i’ll be very glad if u could let me know some of the names of novels comprising simple & basic english… moreover it adds little more favour if u suggest some thrilling sort of novels

jeevan

    Sorry, I hate reading! Perhaps ask the other students on the site!

    Ronnie

      thanx alot…. very glad for ur favour.

      jeevan

thanks, the clases are so easy to stand, and all of you do a great job…

edwdom187

COULD ANYNONE ON THE SITE LET ME KNOW SOME OF THE ENGKISH NOVELS NAMES COMPRISING BASIC ENGLISH, PREFERABLY THRILLING OR HORROR NOVELS.

jeevan

yesssssss i feel happy my all answers are correct

fatima

Hi it was superb,and i like it very much.Explanation was very good with deep.

abc

hey ronnie can you please teach me how to use it befor dose/dosen’t please i need your help..

firasaboala

    My car is broken. It doesn`t work.

    Ronnie

      OOOOH ok but when you can trach us ??

      firasaboala

      ooooh yeah i got you ROO thanks ;) love you <3

      firasaboala

Hi Miss Ronnie, your explains are very helpful .I undersand your lessons;it is very easy even though it’s explained in English. Thanks.

Cicik

I like this website. its very good site for learning english.

Ali

Can i say like this,

did you want the calculation part?
is it correct english

Elizabeth

    I don’t know the context of your sentence. I think we would say “Do you want the total?”

    Ronnie

did is…or did was… ? what i did is/was right???

tom

plz explain this sentence.
it does not have a sink.
is there always use of have with does

vikas

    Does refers to “it”. The bathroom (it) does not have a sink. = There is no sink in the bathroom.

    Ronnie

Thanks for your English grammar lessons..its very useful for me…

Bagaz

How are you my teacher Ronnie , classmates , I hope that we are all benift from all lessons .
when I became amember of this site , I don’t know grammar roles and so do you , step by step we do know , one of our classmate he doesn’t good in it too , but we are stil piuples , need to watch and watch till know every things about it .
let me do advice for you , knowledge well increase when we think that we are not know , prude does bad and harmful result for us my classmate , we must be homble in our life of learning .
good luck

hasan

sory I mean pride not prude

hasan

hello, i like your teaching method,plz where i used were,would,could,had with noun and pronouns

shahid

I Like you. Dear

samsonpervaiz90

Ronnie is Amazing Teacher.

afrozengvid

what about the verb ”it”

jojo

The only conclusion i have done for my self is that I need to owe a cat so SHE would like me :)

dildotheywant

ex; where did you go yesterday? or where you went yesterday? are they correct? can I use both of them?please reply.

raja

i like it !!!!

Ugarte

when should i use in the past q,answer between was,were and did pleas

desprado

    Was/were + adjective. Were you tired?
    Did/does + verb. Did you like it?

    Ronnie

hi ronnie what about the pronoun “it” can we say it doesn’t §

kasra

    Yes!

    Ronnie

. thank you for everything you are very expressive .. but am interested in the future time of the verb do! thank you

ljubisa

Thank you ronnie so mutch I am happy .you are extremly halpful. see you later

desprado

liked the introduction for the verbs do does did

revathi

superb!!!!

revathi

Ronnie.. Your lessons are very useful. especially your expressions are awesome, I can involve myself in the lesson. Thank you so much, and thanks EngVid.

rkankipati

Ronnie.. Can you suggest me a Basic grammar book. and tell me, How can I overcome my spelling mistakes.
Thank you.

rkankipati

    I suggest you get a children’s spelling book = online.
    Sorry, I can’t recommend a grammar book without knowing your English level — are you a beginner??

    Ronnie

hi ronni, u r lessons were awesome. i want to know the perfect self introduction with the example,
could u help me with that..
thanks

prabha

    Hi! My name is ___________. Nice to meet you!

    Ronnie

its really good. i love english

nela

Hello Ronnie! I have one question on Present Simple. What form in do we use verb start in the sentence: “At 2 o’clock lessons____again.” With ‘s’ or witout ending?
I’m looking forward for your reply.
Thanks!

yerlan95

    Because the word “lesson” is plural, you don’t need to use “s”.
    If the word lesson was singular, you need the “S”.

    Ronnie

Hi! Ms Ronnie I’d like to know if “It” is a “Pronoun” too, because i think you forgot it to put there. Thanks!

hiimswendy

    Yes, it is a pronoun. You are right – I did forget it! With it we use does!!!

    Ronnie

i like your teaching ms ronnie but i would like to learn more about the pronounsiations of diffiicult words

lili

Thanks for your useful teaching video. I like the way you teach and your great voice.Keep on the good work. and kindly keep up u r teach on engvid page and thanks a lot miss ronnie

Attaulla afridi

you with did or no??

azoz

    Yes! You + did!

    Ronnie

First i wanna say thank you, its really a very good videos and its really helpful!!

Second, i have two questions:
1. In this video you didn’t notice to “it” and “we”.. it would make me feel better if you will explain how do we reffer to them.
2 And the other questions is – can i write a sentence like that ” i’m not going” or “she’s not leaving” ?
becouse i saw another video that didn’t mention that way – and its got me confused..
you were talking about onlu “he isn’t” and not “he’s not”

the question is they both are ok?

ravid

    It + does
    We + do.
    You can use both he isn’t and he’s not!
    I’m not going” and “She’s not leaving” = both correct!

    Ronnie

HELP! Which one is correct?
1. What “do” she and her family do on the weekend?
2. What “does” she and her family do on the weekend?

Jimmy Chen

    1. She and her family = they!!!

    Ronnie

its my 1st day to watch your lessons hope it will be help full to improve my speaking as well listning thanks

waseemyar

miss ronie i have a problem with in speaking i always learning about english vecabulary but most of the time cant use during my speaking how can i manage this problem?

waseemyar

    Search “conversation” on the site- there are lessons to help you!

    Ronnie

thank you so much miss.Ronnie i learned a lot.

aliana cass

Ronnie your the best teacher ever… can i request? i want to know many idiomatic expressions and their meanings… more power to you =)thank you =)

lhen

Hey Ronnie! You must receive a lot of compliments, but I can’t avoid saying that you’re great. I simply adore your video classes.Please, keep on being that generous. I can assure you, you’ve been helping a lot.
Thank you!
Hug

Edmário

This car doesn’t go fast . Explaine me why doesn’t

IRINA

    This car = singular thing (it).

    Ronnie

Also when I have to use ” done” ?

IRINA

    Done is the past participle of do. We use with passive, present perfect and past perfect!

    Ronnie

someone can teach me how to use a right pronounsation??

joseph

Ronnie do you have a lesson with using a questions like : Do you …..? Does he …?does she…?

IRINA

    I don’t but search the website!

    Ronnie

hi, ms ronnie.
I have a question,
when we can use :
“Are and do” in a question ?

echa

    Are + adjectives. Are you hungry?
    Do + verb. Do you like pizza?

    Ronnie

      but how about in a profession,
      why in “profession” have to uses are,
      e.g . are you a nurse ?

      echa

        Profession we use to be. I am a nurse. ( I to be a nurse) You cannot say I nurse, as nurse in this case is a verb.

        Ronnie

hi ronnie,

nice presentation, i have one doubt.
In presentense ” it + does & doesn’t ” ok . so past tense how it would be come inti picture ? i am eager to wait for ypur reply.

mohan

    It did/didn’t!

    Ronnie

Hi ronnie,
i want to know about the use of did, do and does..please suggest me i want 2 learn that deeply..please suggest me

rahul

Hi Ronnie
Help me with this sentence here
“we are talking about the things that DON’T matter” why don’t is used here when “things” is/are and it.So,if am right there should be DOESN’T here insted of DON’T ?

hitherto

    Things = plural therefore are and don’t.

    Ronnie

is/are a IT(non-living).

hitherto

really thanks and very beautiful lesson.

afsar mumtaz

Thank you :D

hitherto

What’s the use of do do expression in english language…?
reply…

sid0617

    Doo doo = poo.

    Ronnie

long time ago i now that :p

Ugarte

Hi rane hwo are you I’M Hayilat
i’m Not SPEAK English pleas halppy me

hayilat

Can we use You with DID??

Neeraj

    Yes, you can!

    Ronnie

      Thanks Ronnie. Your are such a sweetheart!!

      Neeraj

is this correct:
you like him, do you?

or should it be:
you like him, don’t you?

what is the difference and please explain the rules, if any. thanks!

ice

Hi Ronnie, I m from Pakistan and I love to listen your lectures. You r one of the good teacher I ever have seen in my life. I want to get DVD’s of your lectures, Plz tell me How can I get it?

yours truly,

SAJJAD

sajjad

Thanks Ronnie, you help me a lot

Anonimous

Hello Ronnie,
I wanted to know that when do we use “does not” and when do we use “doesn’t” and also reason behind that and also about other such words for example:”have not,haven’t”,”did not,didn’t” and etc etc.
I also wanted to know meanings of words such as “preety” much impossible..I’l “figure it out” and other such words used in english conversation.
I hope that you’ll do lessons for me on these topics..
And I also hope that you’ll reply me as soon as possible..

tanni

    Doesn’t = does ….they are the same. As well, haven’t ”have not,haven’t”,”did not,didn’t”. The only difference is that we use the shortened more and save the longer ones (have not) to make our point stronger.
    Preety is not a word. Pretty??? Pretty means beautiful and very.

    Ronnie

hi,miss i don’t understand the use of do,does and doesn’t. what will come with ‘it’do or does.plz explain.thanx

iffatkhan

thank so much i like this lesson and it is very nice lesson and helping me alot

sahra

I’m so poor in grammar . Why he didn’t text me or Why didn’t he text me . which one is correct ?

JUNE HENG

i always got a perfect score on your quiz but why is that im struggling to speak my English up?

kling

congretulations ,I love your explain :) Do you are a english teacher?

bubus

Ohh..
Thanks for replying..
1 more thing I wanted to know.
We drink water from a bottle in two ways,
1.Without touching mouth as in holding it upwards and drinking.
2.By touching lips n mouth to bottle and drinking just like small children’s do.
what can we say to tell a person that we have touched our mouth???
I hope u understood my question as I’m not able to explain it properly..

tanvir

    I am not too sure what you mean but…. babies suck
    on a bottle. If i drink from a bottle I put my lips on it – we don’t have a special word for this!
    To tell someone, I would just say my lips touched the bottle.

    Ronnie

Very friendly explanation rather than Inglo-link.:)

Adrian

May I know the difference between INTO & ONTO?

Adrian

    Into = inside
    Onto = on top

    Ronnie

thaink you

samer

Can u explain the difference in use between do and did? For example “I don’t have friends” vs “I didn’t have friends”.
Tx

Fotis

    Do = present tense
    Did = past tense.
    Watch the video again!

    Ronnie

Yes you understood..
Thanks..

tanvir

Hi Ronnie,
I must tell you that I fine tuned my English fundamentals through your videos. It would be great if you can share a video on Will/Would/can/Could with have and haven’ts. Please

sivam

    Search the site for “Will/Would/can/Could” there are lessons there for you!

    Ronnie

“What does he do in the afternoon?” It is right?..Why do I have to use “do” in this question, I am really confuse. Can you explain this to me? Thanks!

Evelyne

    If you just say what does he in the afternoon – it makes no sense!
    What does he eat/drink/say in the afternoon – you need a verb in the sentence!

    Ronnie

Hi,can i use didn’t saw in a sentence or didn’t see is the correct one?

May

    Didn’t see. Didn’t is past tense so you don’t need 2 past tense verbs!!!

    Ronnie

thank you so much Ronnie thank you kindly you are good teacher your studint in kurdistan

hunar

Dear Ronnie,

Per you, Answer for the below quiz is “doesn’t”.. I wonder that why can’t we use “does”
too?

She ________ like him, because he is very mean to her.
do
does
doesn’t

rajamurugan

    Why would you like someone if they are very mean to you??

    Ronnie

      I just want to ask if this sentence is grammatically wrong.>>>> (I didn’t want to ask.)<<<< Is it grammatically correct? Why or why isn't it right?Thanks and more power to your site^^

      evelyn

        Yes, your sentence is correct!

        Ronnie

very good job Ronnie…..but i want more lesson plz

mahigil

i like this video

mahigil

can you please make video about the 5 W’s

Valentina

    OK!

    Ronnie

hello dear Ronnie!
my english is to bad and also i don’t have confidence…plzz tel me what should i do for this…plz help me…..:(

mahigil

i am satisfied with what you taught but you didn’t mention about “it”..
what can we we use with it
it do or it does

mehak

    Does.

    Ronnie

hi,if i want ask somebody a question about the past thing,which one should i use,do you remember…or did you remember…??

charis

    Do you remember.

    Ronnie

hi
i have got a qestion to you.could you tape a lesson about how to find out with tence it is.please answer me as soon as posible .
i hope u understand:)
apinaya

apinaya

    Search the site for “tenses”.

    Ronnie

thanks alot
i have a question.whn do e use WOULD?
thanks in advance

maryam

    Search the site for “Would”.

    Ronnie

Hello! Teacher Ronnie.
I’m from Brazil. I would like know about the between differences “like and as” in other words, when can I to use like and as, ie, which situations?
thank you so much and congratulations for the lessons!!

abreu73

    LIKE
    The structure of the sentence is usually: VERB + LIKE + NOUN / PRONOUN.
    He speaks like a native speaker.
    She looks like a supermodel.
    AS
    The structure of the sentence is usually: AS + SUBJECT + VERB.
    Nobody sings as she does.
    They went to the party as they were.
    It is very common in American English to use LIKE instead of AS. However, it is generally considered informal to use it in this way.

    We play football like champions do.

    Ronnie

hi mam ronie
i want to ask about somehow,anyhow,weither,either, how to use them in a conversation?
hope you can help me thanks.

hannazis23

    Look the words up in a dictionary…there will be example sentences for you there!

    Ronnie

Hello,madam ronnie.

I have one question here.
I saw the one shampoo product,the information wrote is “Did you know?Damaged hair is more prone to falling.”
why is did but not do?i’m very confused about it.Hope you can help,thank you:)

charis

    You are correct……it should be “Do you know”!

    Ronnie

Hi Teacher Ronnie, it’s me again!
I have one more a question. Ok!
The word “HOW” can I to use only at the beginning of sentences?

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

abreu73

    Yes, most times we use it at the beginning. How are you? How is your mom? How is the steak? How do I get there? It is the same as the other wh questions = who what when where why + how!

    Ronnie

I am fairly impressed with this site, and im glad i found it. I am currently living in Peru and am trying to teach kids some basic English, and one student asked me to talk about did and that, so this is great. Also, and just curious why was “it” excluded, like it did or it didn’t?

Fernando

    I am allergic to “it”! Ahahah just kidding… I forgot “it”!

    Ronnie

thank you very much teacher Ronnie
Do you is BRILLIANT!!

abreu73

Hi Ronnie,

I like the way you are teaching and it is really help me to improve. Could you please provide me the difference between present/past & future with examples. I would really appreciate if you can reply me. thanks

Paul

HI Ronnie.

Thank you …

Saim

/Does/always must be use He and She?

yjietan

    Yes, in the present tense.

    Ronnie

Hi teacher! I just learn English grammar in Cambodia, but I don’t understand how to use HAVE and GET.
I hearing you.God bless.

Chhouk

I want to clarify , if i want to say.. that place doesn’t have a soul or crowd attraction. Is that correct?
I am confused for the usage of Doesn’t have.

And usage of did ..like.. he didn’t do this correctly.
eg. with did we use.. present tense…

Rohit

Thank you …

perdast

Hi Ronnie you are a good teacher however i am confused with this sentence.( what does he do in the afternoon ) please explain the use of do does and did with it and which form of verb should be there ….also want to check with you do we use does with singular and do with plurals.

Jasmeet Kaur Kala

what will we use with (IT)

Jasmeet Kaur Kala

if i didn’t know that ben doesn’t /don’t like vanilla cakes ???? answer

john

thank you so much ronnie.. :):)

della

Which one of the following sentences is correct?
1) Do John and Sally want to go?
2) Does John and sally want to go?

Jay

    What do you think is correct?

    Ronnie

    I think ‘Do’ because John and sally are more than one person. Am I right ma’am?

    Anuar Safian

    I think correct is #1

    RRP07

I miss word “IT” in the video. There is used “does”.

majsa

Where should we use done in a sentences.

Badi

hi teacher ..
I want ask for you what is difference between (wh + be and
wh + do)
When we use( verb to be .verb to do ) with the question .
thanks for you

noormooon22

    Be + adjective/noun. Where is he? Are you hungry?
    Do + verb. What does he like? Who does she like?

    Ronnie

In understanding test, one of the question I choose ‘does’ and the answer is wrong and the right answer is stated below:

She doesn’t like him, because he is very mean to her.

I confused because it seem have a contradiction. Someone does not like somebody because it very mean? Perhaps you can explain more.

Anuar Safian

    Mean = not nice.
    If someone is mean to you, they are not nice to you so you don’t like that person!

    Ronnie

I’d like to ask about “Do & Does”.
How to use “Do & Does” with subject OUR?
Thanks

Wong

    With (our) you must use a noun, so it will depend if the noun is singular or plural!
    Singular noun use does. Our brother does his homework.
    Plural noun use do. Our parents do the taxes.

    Ronnie

      Thanks for reply

      If asking a question? For example, How does/do our service?
      Use DO or Does?

      Wong

i’m confused with this form “let god do the rest” i’m often hear this one. my question is why “God” use “do” why not use “does”? looking forward for your answer :)

Hany

Dear professor:
I want to know when we must use the auxiliary do-does in the interrogative form, with the verbs to have and toe.

María Celina Rusca

    We use do/does with a regular verb.
    Do you like pizza?
    Does he have a job?

    With a modal verb or to be verb, we do not use do/does!
    Are you sick?
    Is he funny?
    Should we go now?

    Ronnie

I want to know what can we use with the subjective IT, DO/ Does,
Because some teachers teach” we use does with 3rd person singular means he, she, it and any single noun..
Please strive to reform me..

Muneeb Khan

    It + does.

    Ronnie

This question will help lots of people. Is it a rule not to use plural after DO/DOES/DID? Example: He doesn’t LIKE. They don’t LIKE. He knows -> He doesn’t KNOW.

Son

Thank you very much. Its really helpful.

manoj

i have some sentences which is always make me confused. here they are

1. let GOD DO the rest
2.i’m looking in the mirror all the time. wondering what SHE DON’Tsee me

look at the capslock pieces of the sentences. they both use “do” for the subjects “god” and “she”.

i know those sentences right because i found them from english-native but i don’t know what makes them right. i wish you read this comment Ronnie and get to answer my question. lots of thanks our beloved teacher :)

Hany

hello teacher! are(do, does, did)auxilary verbs? if not, what are they?

Jaihoo

I was told it’s not correct to say “i think he’s not a good man” is it true? and i was suggested to say “i don’t think he’s a good man”! any one can tell me? thank in advance!!!!

Candy

    just trying to help. i think both of them are right. the different is the meaning of each sentences

    Hany

      i made a wrong statement, those sentences have a like meaning

      Hany

thanks, this really helped a lot. :)

Gimecca C. Mejorada

Thanks for your lesson.
May I know which sentence is correct?
Do you/ did you receive the letter from Allen?

Candy

it really helps me. thanks a lot! :))

andy

Thanks! I am new student in the U.S.A I learning English. Because it’s gamer help me know!

Maksat

she did not come is correct Or she does not come is correct?

savitha Guruprasad

please explain ‘IF’ clause.

pavan

the lesson was very nice . i loved.thanks alot.

isabelfrancisco123

is this correct?
What does this white precipitate contains?

rufiya giou

If i m saying
“i didnt fount your things at home”, Is this correct for past tence?

minnie

where and how we use would and could ?

nik

Ronnie,
Is THIS question correctly written:
Where DOES your brother live? or where DO your brother live? ….
THAAAANKS!!!!!!

Lili

DEAR RONNIE
I AM MYDEEN FROM VILLAGE IN TAMILNADU, INDIA, I VERY INTEREST IN ENGLISH SPEECH&WRITE I WATCHING YOUR ONLINE CLASS YOU GIVE BETTER ANY IDEA MOM
TANX
MYDEEN, KALLIDAIKURICHI-627416,TN, INDIA

MYDEEN PITCHAI

is “so does people alike” a correct sentence or should it be “so do people alike” ????

shruti

Hi Ronnie,
I’m a bit confused about this phrase “what happened or what happens?”which one is correct?..thnx

enaira

Hi Ronnie,
thank you very much

sudathsanjeewa

Thanks alot :) Saludos desde Mexico ;)

Katy C

Hi teacher Ronnie,
Thank you so much for your lesson.
Could you please show me following cases that are correct or not:
– You and I am at home.
– I and you are at home.
– Does Martin and Emily go home?
– Does Martin and I go home?
– Do I and Martin go home?
If any is incorrect. How to correct it?
Thank you for your help.

Tien Sy

hi teacher ronnie thank a lot..

dEm

I got 79 in our English. I failed. :( I’m so sad.

maganda14

Why we want to use “Does” ans “Do”?

rajanpanchal

hai mem am very much thank full to u r english class which u said am daily listener of u r english videos

vinay

if ALI??do or does??

irfan

English present tense singular 3rd person verb ends in “S”.EG I drink He she (and it) drinks. Therefore I do and he she it does.
OWZAT?? PS I love the video
Best regards from Chile Bernie R.

Bernie Robinson

we can use did/didn’t with you also?

hina

what to use with it, do or doesnt?

hina

    It does/doesn’t
    You does/doesn’t

    Ronnie

i like the way of the teaching

subhas de

i like your teaching it’s fantastic

viresh

i like this way

haroon

Amazing lesson .. I had some issues about that but now its fine.. Many thanks..

Lucas

    Amazing lesson but i have one doubt about that yet ..
    What can i use about personal names?
    Examples: Carlos will does your homework or Carlos will do your homework?
    Melinda doesnt like him or Melinda dont like him?

    Thanks in advance..

    Carlos

      Carlos and Melinda = he and she! So, you would use Carlos will do (you always use a base verb after will), and Melinda doesn’t like!

      Ronnie

its so easy

denmar gwapo

Thanks

to15tah

Which is correct?

What does David and a football have in common?

What do David and a football have in common?

thank you!

peter

    What do, because David is singular!

    Ronnie

What is the best method for English Specking?

Manoj Kumar

    Go to a native English speaking country!!

    Ronnie

Thank you Ronnie :)

hangar79

its really important that you doing i mean teach and i just would like to ask which words that i can add (Ly) to like lovely or defently

mohamed

good lesson..thank you

Azim

did you or you did is correct?

Raja

hi Miss.Ronnie!
1.Is there any chances of your father to cancel the tickets?
or
2.Is there any chance to cancel the ticket by your father?
which one is correct?if both are wrong,can you please let me know the correct usage? ‘m looking forward for ur reply mam..pls do help me:)

teena

    Is there any chance your Father can cancel the ticket. The other sentences are wrong! But good try!!!

    Ronnie

is posible to do this sentence in past
I did play tennis yesterday
i didn´t play tennis.

beatriz

    You have to say I played tennis.
    You can say I didn’t play tennis!

    Ronnie

Could you please help me to explain when to use “Was” or “did” please

Mr. Roa

    Was + adjective. I was hungry.
    Did + noun. I did my homework.

    Ronnie

Hi there! i have a doubt about the proper uses for Do/Does. When we have a common sentence such as : “mike runs every morning” and we use it to make it a question, the subject (mike) shall be deleted form the question? e.g He run every morning? Or can we write: “Mike does run in the morning? I’m from Mexico by the way. Thanks for your help guys!

antonio

    The question form is “Does Mike (or he) run in the morning? Do/does + subject + base verb!

    Ronnie

Thanks i like very much ,i have some debut in have/has how to use?

SUTHAN

i would say this is a very goog programme keep it up and your best to society by the way good luck

hashan

its just too cool to listen in your way of teaching! yeah! i look forward to seeing some more topics to enjoy learning..:)

Rosary Jane

It’s really great…

Bj Guantero

Hello Ronnie:
You are amazing. :) I just saw this site. Thanks for all your patience, and helping all ESL students including myself. I write articles for a nonprofit organization, papers for school etc. Can you proofread my work and correct my grammar as well? Or suggestions to make it stronger articles, & papers? If so, is there a way to send it to you through your email add? Please let me know. I really appreciate your kindness. Have a good one.

Joyce

plz learn me… em too weak in english

muhammad ali

my parents does not allow party is correct or my parents dont allow party which is correct mam plz tell

naveen

    My parents are plural so you have to use do not!
    My parents do not allow SUBJECT to have a party.
    OR My parents do not allow subject to party.

    Ronnie

Good morning to all of you. I have some confusions with DO NOT and NOT TO. I do not know when I have to use DO NOT and when I have to use NOT TO

Patrick

    Do not + verb. Do not go. Do not see.These are commands.
    I was told not to go…she said not to eat. We use these in reported speech.

    Ronnie

THANK YOU ON HELP ME

MOHAMMED

do not look. and do not see

are they both correct?

mel

Hi. I just want to ask if this sentence is correct, “Upon triggering the switch, magnetic contactor did not activate.”

Thanks.

Yoki

    the magnetic contactor” sounds better, I think.

    engVid Moderator

if the subject is ‘You’ then what will come for negative past tense…..

prem

do you say: she doesn´t love Peter or
She doesn´t loves Peter

Thanks

Max Laguna

    She doesn’t love Peter. (don’t change the verb)

    Ronnie

why is “I told her not to drive” insted of “I told her don´t drive”

Rosario

    Told makes it reported speech. So….don’t+ base verb, changes to NOT TO + base verb!

    Ronnie

hello Ronnie!am PEDRO learning in jewish family School,at Buffalo NEW YORK.you taucht about of do,does don’t doesn’t,u just used i,you ,he, she, they ,we. now about (it ?)i need your reply

Pedro mpela

    It + did/didn’t/does/doesn’t.

    Ronnie

ok,thank you .but can i help you

lexus

hello

dear all teacher

my english is not goo so how i can speak good english

abdullah

if i go to abroad any country for learning english so its possible or not

abdullah

Thanks and i would like to learn more for use of did & do when asked question.

Anita

    Did = past tense question. Did you wash your hands?
    Do = present tense. Do you like pizza?

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, Thnak you very much for giving us very valuble knowlege nad they way of teaching is excellant.
Second thing I would like know about should, could, would words uses in sentenses.

jameel

Ronnie you are the best teacher ever. I’m from Guatemala from the Castillo family the family of the Cerveceria de Guatemala look it in google hahaha sorry thanks !!!!

Diego

Hi Mam,

I like your way of teaching

Suren

Perfect!

mecy

my friend sad “He do that sometimes”

is this correct ??

Vivek

    No! He DOES that sometimes is correct! Now, you can correct your friend!

    Ronnie

Thank you so much

RAHAB SHREF

I can’t understand when DO uses in positive sentenses like “He does need help” instead “He needs help”. What is the difference?

Alex

    “He needs help” is a regular sentence.
    “He does need help” we use to emphasize (make stronger/clearer) the fact. We can use it if the listener did not understand the answer.
    Ex…. A)Does he need help?
    B)Yes, he needs help.
    A)What? I didn’t hear you.
    B)I said, He DOES need help!

    Ronnie

mam, you explain all about it. but can you write the script what you said? because my lecture said that, i must write what you said. could you help me? please write some sentences for me..

ima lavigne

hi ronnie!
i’m from turkey.i think you are the best teacher in this family.thanks a lot.

drhakdemir

hello i am very glad about your lecture .plz explain him about how we speak fluently .without intrupted thanks

salman

Thank you so much I LIKE YOUR TEACHING

suman.p

Hello,I have one question .which one is right ?
Do fairness cream work magic ?
Does fairness cream work magic?
Cream is “it” so in my opinion 2nd sentence is right

Manish

    1. You’re right! 2. It doesn’t work magic…

    engVid Moderator

Thank you again!

mistereee

thank you for lesson teacher

i think great

see ya

Gleison

I am lacking when speaking in english. So who do i brush up my english knowledge?

Doltan

That doesn’t mean,you have to be always …….. Is this correct?

guna

can i say you did or you didn’t?

mrsachin11

Hello,

Ronnie,
Could you please do lessons about emphasis with do?

MariaAnna89

hi i like it but 1 need do did are and would you.
thank you

hema

Hi,Mrs.Romie. Could you explain me in details about using WH-Words pleas?

Phinh168

Hi Ronnie,

That was great what u was teaching funny as well cause when you was writing u was making wierd nosie anyway well done keep it up!

joti

hello ronnie a like you teaching class thank you very much , I M a question for you please could you teach the use (him,he ahd her,she)wich the corect user.

elvin

    YES! I will do a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

very verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry Good
thanks

Menna Egyptian

You are a good teacher, but you forgot of put “IT” on the explanation…

Camila

Is this correct? John doesn’t have class today?

suki

thank you

mhay

Thanks for the lesson, but i want to know can we use “it” with “does “.

aashi

Excellent – Incredible.
I did it.

vamshi

Thanks…mam it’s such a lovely to learn english grammer from u…

englishlover68

did the result came out?
did the result come out?
did the result came out?
have the result come out?
whats the difference between them and which is right one???
i am very confuse about preset, present perfect ,etc
please help me maam

ehsan

i think its a gr8 class to study….quite usefull fo me

manan shahi

I was looking for an explanation of when this verb is used

Terry

taller than your mom don’t make you a big girl or taller than your mom doesn’t make you a big girl .. which is correct?

vishnu

thanks for the quiz,

angelia notari

100 You got 4 correct out of 4.
:D

megz24

Hi Ronnie
Thanks so much

karimdauphin

Thanks!!! I like very mach your lesson

ppdcastro

was really helpfull and most useful. the way of explining was also very simple and good. keep it up.
thank you
seenu

seenu

nice, you are good teacher. It is easy to understand. Thanks

mitzie

Hi Ronnie
first thank you very much for your lessons.
now i am regular viewer of your video.

makki

i understand very good with your lesson

vladut

Hi Ronnie, I stumble across this question in my child English exam paper below.

Did you see the suspect stab/ stabbed the victim.

I know we need to use present tense after did, so see is correct but what about the word stab. does it need to be present tense as well ?

Chris

is this sentence going to be considered as correct???
“why did he call me yesterday?”

Aimen

Hi Ronnie! thank you, your lesson shed some lights to my confused brain…some i say, because I still have problem. what should be use in proper noun? examples: Susan, Allan
thank you very much!!

maqv

thanks ronnie..I learned a lot from you.

aldwinmagbanua

Thanks Ronnie. God bless

forever13love

thank u ronni,
iam understand verb todo.

ahmedabdelaal007

that was very lucid and clearly explained.i just want to have such fluency.please tell me how i can acquire the same.

rishiindia11

Hi!! Ronnie!! Thanks for this lesson. You are awesome!!! Thanks for this website.

I left you a donation. Everybody that use this fabulous tool should do the same!!!

Thanks again!!

vazquez11

YOU ARE REALLY GOOD TO EXPLAIN!!!! THANK YOU!=)

sendyq

thank you ronni

al3nizi

Thanks! you’re great!

mattvale

Hi, Ronnie. Please let me know if there is a video about the structure of a sentence, like what are the essentials to form a sentence. For example, I speak – contains subject & verb. I speak English – I speak English well and so on..
I would like to know the minimum requirements. Thanks in anticipation.

shans

Ok. It was a nice lession. One question left. Do I say: The film don’t start at 7. Or the film doesn’t start at 7. Or do I say: Does the school start a quater past eight? Or Do the school start a quater past eight?

johndoe

That was a good lesson, thanks.

mohsensafarei

Hi teacher,this is a great video! Thank you.
But I have a question,can u answer me?
How about people’s name? Example:
“Berry don’t like to eat banana.”
Or
“Berry doesn’t like to eat banana.” ?

berry07

Thanks , very nice Ronnie !

rishabhpuri

Hi Ronnie,I had confusion in using do/does/is for below sentences.Which one to use among above three.Please elucidate on this.

1.does/do/is this store has nice things?
2.does/do/is this bank open on sundays?
3.does/do edwin’s clothes hang neatly in the closet?

sntchaitu

ronnie please, i dont understand that frase.(does an angel contenplate my fate)can you explain me

jean oliveira pereira

Thanks but I’m confused which form of verb should be used after did and didn’t.

Sandeep Trigunayat

4 out of 4. But I am not satisfied. I need to learn and continue learning to fully develop my grammar.

nanaquinlog

Hi,
I have a problem about how to make a question between Do, does and are? I’m refuse about it.
For example: Do you…….? or Are you…….?
when we use it?
Most off all your lecture are grates!
Thank you ,Ronnie!

arthurvuho

How to use Do/Does with Possessive Pronouns?

sarahjanis

I got all of them right

thanks Ronnie for your simple lessons.

Baan

Thank you Ronnie!

Liu999

100% for the test… im a Genius…hahahahahha

JARODH

Perfect Score :”) Thanks to my Favorite Teacher Ms. Ronnie..

adhine

Thank Ronnie, great job. You are maximum.

Luiz Sabiano

your so funny

albandri

You did a good job, now the verb ” to do ” is more clearly to me. Thanks.

Nasazarada

Thanks!!! This lesson helps me a lot!

Rompemotores

Thanks a lot

salemoso

hi PRINCESS Ronney ,could you please tech me how i can make a questions with be , and do and what is the different between them? thanks

Alfakharany

Hey, how’s it going! I like this site. I learned a lot here.

arwinD2014

hai mam,i love your teaching. i learned more from your lessons.:-) :-) thank you so much….

Rajapriyasenthil

Hi Ronnie, I am a doubt because in ‘did’ you not put ‘you’.

lorran

I’m very thankful for you :D

Ali Ben Esehaq

Hi Ronnie,
thanks a lot, take care

cep62

Thanks .

samir

Hi, thank you for your videos. I love u and your funny way to teach.

I wanna ask one thing, if we use any person’s name then what will we use ? e.g. John don’t like him or John doesn’t like him.

Vikas.Shri

hi I am new student I have a problem, I understand what they say but I can not talk scares me and I do not remember the words

Miriamq

thanks teacher you are so funny

Muayad6pack

Hello Ronnie!
What´s the difference between “get used to” and “be used to”?

AlanSkate

hi ronnie, i have a question. which is the correct grammar?
1.How does cipralex related to the topic?
2 How is cipralex related to the topic?

dhenz

hi ronnie,

i have a question

what is difference b/w these two sentence

okay, i did not pay him anything

okay, i don’t pay him anything

kishore4u

hey ronnie ….i want to know when to use would could and when to use s at the end like melts

anvisha

nice website… :)

selgasmark

Hi Ronnie! Just wanted to follow up with anvisha’s request about when to use “S” at the end of a word such as make/makes, feel/feels, take/takes, etc…

p.s. thank you all for being awesome!

Eli

hi Ronnie! you’re a great teacher…and i understand your lessons more clearly… Ronnie could you please post a video of how to pronounce English Alphabets with right facial expressions…. :)

trainee

Thanks for all is very easy learn with your class

Gorki

Great video. Thanks.

Anars777

Super.. class. I don’t know how to say “thanks” in English in another way? Do you know Ronnie?

karthik.s

Thank You… The questions Where too easy
I answered to all of them
But there wasn’t any Question by (Have/has)+(done/gone/…)
Please add some more questions . Thank U
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Alien7878

You have explained this tenses very well Ronnie.
Does my sentence wrong or correct Ronnie?

Jana25

What’s the difference to say:
(SHE DOES LIKE) and (SHE LIKES)?
Is it not the same?

dtgraphic

Hey, how’s it going? I have a doubt with the sentence: How does it cost to…
Why do i need to use “does” in this phrase?
Thank u everybody!

GuilhermeSilva

hi ronnie really u r soooo beautiful i am from Egypt i likE ur ways for teaching I try to learn

hanaasharfeldeen

Thank teacher and I would like to learn from you more about all negative question, could you make the lesson please.
Thanks and regards
Kimaun

Kimaun

Dear Ronnie, I have a doubts..which is correct..“The original records do not contain the column relating to address” or “The original records does not contain the column relating to address’..do not or does not…pl reply

rijuaikkal

Hi ms. Ronnie, I just had an interview last week and I was referred by a friend that works inside that company. Here’s my question, the HR asked me this “did he know that you’re here?” (referring to my friend). I answered her “No, he didn’t know.” did i answered it right? or should i say, “he doesn’t know.” thank you.

captchajohn

I don’t understand. Did use only negative and question??? may i use that: I did play the guitar.

Nati100

hey i got 100 % thanx

jhonyscout

Last Monday I started FCE Course here in Pordenone, in Italy. Today were the second lesson and we did some exercises with “do” and “does”… now I’m going to study this verb… because this is very important… We didn’t can use vocabulary, we didn’t can write with reading words, we must remember all the words we have seen or have heard during the oral exercise or during the lesson. It’s very hard for me…
Thaks Mrs Ronnie, for this lesson it’s very useful.

Raffaella Lenarduzzi

How about the questions?

Aysha Ali

yes, I very happy becouse I got 100%.
Thank a lot Teacher Ronnie. And I will practice, For I will not forget.

Qtr Net

Thank you Ronnie you’re the best!

Amicavi

God bless you

0127917452ht@gmail.com

waau! I am so proud.

Ndamono

HI, Ma’am Ronnie,
May I ask if it’s sentence right,..
Ms. Reyes has arrived with bag.

RRP07

may we have a in past lessons

aalhabib

Thank you.

Hassan Ali Akbari

Hi Ronnie! Here’s one very interesting question I guess! But I really need you to answer me, please!!!!! I noticed that Americans use “don’t” with it and he very often!!! in spoken English, even in the songs! For example: … and even forever don’t seem like long enough … or he don’t know what to do!!! Thus the question is: how often do you use it in your life and maybe you have some kinda rules in your spoken language when you can use it or not? Or maybe it just happens automatically when somebody speak and doesn’t depend on any “spoken rules”. Thank you and I’m very looking forward to hearing from you. Best regards!

justin85

I passed the exam.

Randy P Garbo

Thank you Ronnie.

Kayk Carvalho

I’m Brazilian..thanks Ronnie for the class. God bless u

Rony Melo

thank you maam… ahm, may i ask something maam? if i will use IT and im refering IT to a thing. then, can i say such like this? IT does/doesn’t?

seankylesueli@yahoo.com

Ah i got it perfect hehe thanks btw :)

JeNMa

thank you.

pafsilipoclub

THANKS A LOT

3li oman

My father don’t know how to cut hairs.
My father doesn’t know how to cut hairs.

Which is the correct sentence.

Can you tell me Ronne Please.

Rajkumar73

Thank you for the lessons. I have doubt
She does have a car.
she has a car .
which one is correct ?

harsha269

Thank you Mam Ronnie.

sergioopoc

Mr. Rajkumar, “don’t” and “doesn’t are both negative in the sentence. The difference is the first sentence is first person singular, and second is third person singular.

sergioopoc

Harsha, both sentence are correct. “Has” is the third person singular of the present tense “have”. In the first sentence “does have” means you want to emphasize something.

sergioopoc

Thank you so much for this opportunity.

Punita Singh

Hi Ronnie,
Could you please explain the Question Form for “Do” Verb? it will be very helpful :)

NagyMikhaiel

Good lesson!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

I like this lesson. Do you have other videos about grammar? I don’t understend english, but this lesson was easy to me. I got 4/4 correct questions on the Quiz. Thanks, Ronnie!

Sheyla Cunha

Hello, Ronnie.
I have a question about using pronouns. I can’t understand why sometimes we can skip it? And where we can, where we can’t?
I mean about… well. As I know, I don’t have to say “I DO read a book”. But sometimes I loose this pronoun when I have to say it. And it’s the problem…
Thank you:)

Nastya

Hi! I would like to know if my sentence is correct. “My computer doesn’t have a camera.” Thank you so much.

tsamreynolds

Yes u did correctly ..tsamreynolds
By the way Nice Topic mam

Ashok Gadu

Hey Ronnie I want to know when to use in and on but in a context.
Example:
In or On my birthday I have to buy a dress
I don’t know if that’s correct in or on my mind

Please and thanks

mariepepio

i want to know what is difference between
Do you? and
Are you?

Bionada

Hi Ronnie,
Thanks for the lesson. It does help a lot.
I have one query. Requesting you to address the same.
If I make OUR as the subject of a sentence. Which auxiliary verb should I use?

e.g., Our company does produce glasses. (Or) Our company do produce glasses? Which one is correct?

RPTURUP

Hi , My name is Mohammed Zlitni thank Ronnie for the lesson , please I need yours talking E-mail Facebook Thank you .

mohammedzlitni

Thanks you. I finally know how to use these word in the sentence. :)

Jeypi

thanks …

Marcelodins

you are agood taecher

ibrahim saeed

thank you ronnie.

aliastra

Very clear thanks!!!

brc75

Thanks a lot Ronnie!! As always a very good lesson.

cleonir gomes

perfect job, thanks a lot Ronnie. like always a very good lesson

krish

what about It how we can use it ?? with do or does ??

M.Qurain

i love her

batool0o

great!!!!

much love from Kuala Lumpur!

Akmaliana

Quiz is getting shorter and shorter. Roonie, You are the only english teacher right now. Thanks

abbas.n

thanks, a loot. I love your lessons. Please up more videos and help people like me…

Rafi Ahmed

Thanks a lot for your lesson. I’m just crazy about this teacher, and about this site. Despite on the fact that I’m just here my first day

Eugene9292

Which one is correct?
“Do any of my friends know anything about Quickbook Pro?”
“Does any of my friends know anything about Quickbook Pro?”

DanaMaxwell

thanks teacher for a great tutorial,but I’m still confusing how do i used perfectly the “in” and “on” .I know this is very simple,but i got a lot mistake when i used this :(

thanks

zed21

HI Ronnie, which one is correct? “Did she likes the movie?” “Did she like the movie?” Please explain

Padmapriya Veerapan

    use DOES and not did, did is the past tense of DO & DOES. “does she like movie ?”

    @@|<@$#_India_

Thank you! :)

Moctr3z

i m not a native speaker but i do undersant you alot ronnie… gr8 class… but i wish you could tecach me going beyond the video time limits coz you were nowhere boring troughout the video. Well I feel I discovered a new friend here!!!! who teaches me english.

@@|<@$#_India_

i really had a hard time with does and do. thanks for this.

roxyb

mam can you plz make a lesson on how to use these words when we questioning or asking something

vivek kumar maurya

Thank you Ronnie for all lessons 🎁

Zong

Thank you Rebecca

kheireddine007

Hi Ronnie,

I has a question, refer from your questions, it sound like this, “she does not like him, because he is very mean to her.” I’m not understand “mean’ word, so I open dictionary, it give me several meaning in Noun and Adjective, The question is how to know this “mean” word refers to Noun or Adjective? TQ

P/s: someone please commend my writing. TQ

LOFA

Hi Ronnie,

Please help me with “Do” and “Are”.

Do you like me?
Yes !!!… OMG !!!
Are you crazy???

both are questions, and I used “Do” and “Are” correctly.
But I don’t know why I did so?
:D
Please help me with this.

Thanks & Regards
Ajay

ajvani

Thanks, Ronnie. I want you to prepare a video about Gerund and its assortment.

Rezajohn

thanks!

shihai182

thankyou so much

mrym9

Thankyou so much

The beginer

im abit confuse.Can i use does she?

juzmine80

thank you.

dreamk7x

Maybe you were forgot to mention about subject “It”.

stevebui1996

Very clear Ronnie! Thank you

Roberto

hy ronie you are perfect
i like your hair and your style
thank you thank you
and no listen to what they say just bla bla

saradeza1234

Ive learned from you a lot about english, I thank god for created you. hihi

JenifferReign

You did a great job, thank you so much

Aboufares

thank you…but can you give me your email addres plz

Sroo.M.S

can we use “you” with “did”?

Nasir569

tnx very much :) i got perfect score. your so cleared to explain thats why i got it .

menjie

Ronnie is the best teacher we love you

khalider

thank you

Mohannad83

wwwwwwwwwwoooooooooaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwww
it’s great i improve my basic gramatically mistakes.this is because of you ma’am ronnie..thankx..
ma’am kindly you give me more basic gramar to command in english as a learner.a..plzzz

sidra tanwir

wonderful explain Ms Ronnie

Ahmed Ibrahim

Thank yuo Ronnie

Sofia Angulo Martinez

thanks ,

achalamama

Hi teacher. My doubt is

Who ________ <-(don't/doesn't) like this? _______<- (isn't it/doesn't it/don't we)?

Can I say: Who doesn't like that show? isn't it?

I always get confused

Alana01
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