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Dear Madam,

I would like to ask 2 questions:

First, we can write how to pronounce “I can’t” like that: “I kint”, can’t we?
Second, how to pronounce “can” and “can’t” when they followe the other subject. For example, She can and she can’t. We can say “Si:kin” and “Si: kint” (sorry, I don’t have symbol of a long S), can’t we?

I think that your website is very helpful.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you very much.

hatcat

hatcat

    “She can”… “Chicken”

    Bob

    hatcat, to answer your first question, the answer is no. We can say “ikin” /aɪ.kɪn/ or /aɪ.kn/, but we CAN’T say “ikint”; we must say /aɪ.kænt/ or /aɪ.kæ̃ʔ/(nasal æ followed by glottal stop).

    And to your second question, yes, but only with “can”, not “can’t”. So you can say /hi.kn/, /ʃi.kn/, /ju.kn/, /wi.kn/, /ðe.kn/, /ɪt.kn/, /ðɪs.kn/, etc. but only with “can”, not “can’t”.

    I hope this helped xD

    rya

    very good lesson

    kotoz

hi,
i’m a beginer.help me for learn english.

kouadio olivier

I am interested learning more English, can you help me please?

thuan

can you explan mor about model

thank you

wadha

    A model is a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing or of a proposed structure, typically on a smaller scale than the original.
    or:
    a system or thing used as an example to follow or imitate.
    or:
    fashion or shape (a three-dimensional figure or object) in a malleable material such as clay or wax.

    ilmeg

I love your english accent. Can you say “I cun’t” in your next video for me?

Thanks!

digdugwug

    I cunt! LOL
    She has actually a video is this subject :)

    ilmeg

I love the simplicity used in your explanations. you´re really great. even though I´ve speaking english for years. these tips taste like exquisite intelectual food for me.
Thanks a lot.
lovely accent.

jorge

thank teacher,I´m really need that advice,thank you very much.

alvaradoybarra

Hi, i am really impressed by your teaching method! it’s great! but i want more & more lession, how can i get it? i want more video about pronouciation because actually we don’t know how to pronounce corretly, i do hope your team gonna help us, bye

Dambar

thank you very much Ma’am…It can help me a lot from this site….I LOVE YOU ALL…

dolly

    its very good that you love to

    hamza darbar

    Very good lesson. Finally I understood the right pronuciation. thanks

    marco63

It is a useful lesson

NightWolf

nice lecture………………

nani

Thanks to you,every day I can learn a little bit of english!

Reynaldo

Thank you!

Cristobal

That was a good lesson. Thanks a lot

uaolenka

    thats great

    adam

thank you. it was really good

ruzjl

Thank you, now I can speak better!!

emoreno

Thanks alot

aldammak

Is “I” not a pronoun? you are asking the part of speech. Is subject a part of speech? Just want to know if I have a point…thanks….=)

applequinto

Hello, Ronnie. We, in Slovak, are learnt that the pronuncation of “can’t” is always “ka:nt” and not “kaent”. “Kaent”-variant is believed not to be correct by Slovak teachers. Are they right? I guess not because they also think the “be going + to be + present participle” is incorrect, too. I’ve got to say thank you for the video. I’m waiting for the answer. Jakub.

Jakub1

It is very nice and useful lesson. do you mind if you tell us about question tags?

mt

Thank you so much!!

Now I know how to express “can’t” and “can” .

I had a big fun when you say “can’t” shaking your head. :-)

Eun-chul

i like you Ronnie when you say englishshshshsh

Abdulgader

It was very very helpful for me.
Thank you!

Riva

Thanks alot

what about the other pronouns like they , we , you ?

Can we pronuncate thier like “Ikin” or not? for example “theykin”

and “wekin”

I hope you understand my question .

Thanks again.

Yasser

    NO YOU CAN’T SAY THAT, they can or you should pronounce that with a break between the they and can

    sarah

i really lik it ur class dear ,,pplease can u cantuct me i need to ask some private quetion about i can learn from u english thanks hun

amina mohamed

i like you teaching style

i take suggest how i get reading well. pls help and how i want batter english you

younas

Thanks :D

skillhh

Was very good presentation! Me gusto!

Yira

For almost over 10 years, I can’t distinguish the pronunciation from can’t and can.

From your skillful teaching, i realized the differences between them
completely.

Thank you so much… from Daegu Korea…

gusto

hi teacher .your teaching style very good.please advise for me.

saqib

Your way of teaching is really nice.

AZMAT KHAN

This is Selva. I feels like iam in the class when you teach. It’s so good. Thanks.

Selva

ican do every thing

alirodes

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philip

Hi!
I would to know how to download the video on this website
Please show me to do it.
thanks

moutain

thanks i use all this tips to use them with my students

eleuterio

please tell me how are diffirent betweent
past perfact continue and present perfact continue tenses

KATO

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You guys are really great. God bless you all

Arshad Mehmood

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channoun

thanks! i can improve my English here and how to pronounce……………..GOD BLESS YOU

JASSI

jassi

sometime i can do that enything.i can’t like this food.
i can study english grammer everyday.good english lesson

soe

i can do it. thanks a lot…….

ngothong

Hello Ronnie
Thank you
I can do now everiting.
well I can´t fly ¨¨º+º¨¨

JuLyaA

i recommended this clip to some students of mine because of this trick, thanks a lot and congrats!!

Marcia

hello Ronnie your fonetic class are amazing thank you

fz6fullpower

Hi Teacher

I am from Bangladesh. My daughter, only five years old. She like your teaching like anything. I am confussed her leason plan. I will be realy greatfull if you advise me.

Thanks a lot

wadee

this is very easy lesson thank u

tharwat

Finally i learn the diferences between can y can not (I mean the pronunciation).
Thank you

Jucavi

that was great lesson thank you

dounia

hello

sharif

i will lern english

sharif

I agree with you, it’s really complicated to know when someones is telling you he/she CAN OR CAN’T. Also it’s difficult for me to pronunce them, I just exagerate the T in CAN’T but it doesn’t sounds too natural. Thanks a bunch for this video.

Diana

I’ve seen your video twice! I’ve been taught it could also be pronunced: CAN /ken/ CAN’T /kont/ (The sound of O in CAN’T is between o and u). Does the pronuntiation of CAN change if it is American or British english? Thank you.

Diana

    It sure does… all countries and even different parts of the same country will say the exact same word differently!!

    Ronnie

      but teacher in India I have never seen any body can’t or don’t they always say cannot or do not why it is like that and it is same in Saudi Arabia????
      [if I have written something wrong please correct it I request you]

      areebakhan

Thank you!

amissatse

Hi
Thank you so much for all that..

HASS

Thank you so much Ronnie , I really appreciate what you do to help us , thank you again maam .

Mustapha

I read one a time that the negative form of modals is always stressed in the sentence, whereas the positive form is never stressed. Is it right ?
I think knowing that “can’t” is stressed while “can” isn’t stressed is helpful.

Seeven7

    I’m sorry, “can” isn’t a modal, it’s a verb. But I think I read this about verbs and not modals, so replace “verb” instead of “modal” in my previous comment ;)

    Seeven7

      can IS a modal!!!

      Ronnie

    yes you are correct

    Ronnie

nice website….. very useful… thanks a lot…

fahmiarwan

Hello teacher
What’s a different for same and some, i want with excemple please.
thank you

fadda cherif

    Same means equal to……….. I have the same colour hair as my brother. We look the same. I like the same music as you.

    Some is a quantity we can use for countable and uncountable nouns. It is not a lot and more then a few or a little! I’d like some coffee please. “Give me some loving”! I’ll have some pizza please!
    Hope that helps! Thanks for watching!

    Ronnie

Thank you very much! Your lesson is understandably and helpful. Большое спасибо! :))
(BOLSHOYE SPASIBO)

Zoya

Roonie,
you are agood teacher.

Randa Awad

Dear Madam,

I would like to ask 2 questions:

First, plz tel the ues of cannot.
Second, The ueses of donnot in english grammar.

I think that your website is very helpful.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you very much.

hatcat

Asghar Ali

    Cannot is the longer (proper) version of can’t. We use cannot to emphasize when we use can + not!
    Do not is a command or order. Do not go in there! Do not eat that pizza!

    Ronnie

i love all the teachers’s explanation…………..

khurram siddiqui

Much Helpful “THANKS ALL TEACHERS”

AMIR

I’m new visitor, in my ESL class I was recommended this site. I love your lessiones because you explain in a fun and simple.

trabalengua

Tkank you. You is the excellent teacher.

pitta

I love the wAY of your teaching.

Ps. Ronnie You can’t dance.
(^-^ But I love to see u dance again)

yee

learning English is fun with you Ronnie :)

avie

thanks alot ronnie you are so kind .God bless you for your labour of love

phero

you’re funny too much… you’re a exllent teacher

Jakson

I think that your website is very helpful.
Thank you very much.

ahmet44

hello miss ronnie please email me on how to use “if i were or if i am” in the sentence..thank u so much God bless u more………..

HEllo

I pronounce “can’t” so badly that it seems I say cu*t :'(. It’s very Embarrasing.

Embarrasing

    Ahahahahah that is so funny!!!
    To help – just say can not!!!!!!

    Ronnie

that’s great lecture ,,,,thank you ms Ronnie

mcrahim2000

i wanna know how to use dare

david

HI RONNIE
i like your lessons and i hope i w’ll be your best student in this world so here is a question says wht s th dffrnc btwn can’n and cannot the dffrnc is the way there writing or the meaning w’ll be changed ? iam your student goog day teacher

kafi

    Can`t is what we use the most. Cannot we only use to emphasize or make the message stronger!

    Ronnie

I’ve just done the test (just 4 fun) and in the 4th question I didin’t manage to find the right answer. if i’m not mistaken, “subject” is not a part of speech. “I” is a pronoun as far as I know.
but the lesson is pretty funny. i smiled a lot)

Olka

your lessons are very good.More over your teaching faculty is very good and more active.They are looks like models.

murali

What part of speech is “I”?

student

    why in quiz its subject? I thought its noun

    student

    I is a pronoun!

    Ronnie

I like the way you do your classes. thank you very much

wakeelahmedchanna23

thanks l learned more new things

hojen

if any one want learn english that websie will really help (learn american english on line ) is very helful

rowhida

thank you Ronnie I,m having a great time with it
you are really good!

mario c wisent

this lesson is very exciting especially the way to speake ” i kin ”
thanks so much!

billgateneu

Hi, Ronnie,
I come from Czech republic, EU. Have you ever been in Prague? Come! It’s the amazing town.
I have one question, about the pronunciation “can´t” in British English. Is it different, isn´t it? Can you add it? Thank you very much and have a nice day… P.S. I loooove Ronnie’s lessons :o)

Lenka CZE

    Yes, I’ve been to Prague – I loved it. My favorite restaurant was called “the witch” but in Czech!!!!
    England has so many different accents, it is impossible to tell you how to say it! But one way sounds like a very bad word in English!!!!

    Ronnie

u can look but u can’t touch,my babe tells me all the time. see ya.

Efrain

Hi Ronnie

I’ve got a question which has nothing to do with the pronunciation of CAN and CAN’T. It’s about modals, though.
I teach English in Italy and I’ve always got lots of doubts about this wonderful and most useful language, ever and ever changing.
My question is:
as far as school rules are concerned, do you think it is better or more correct to use MUST or HAVE TO?
For example: STUDENTS MUST BE PUNCTUAL. / STUDENTS HAVE TO BE PUNCTUAL.
STUDENTS MUST STAND UP WHEN A TEACHER COMES IN. / STUDENTS HAVE TO STAND UP WHEN A TEACHER COMES IN.
And so on, and so on.
What do you think about it?
I’m sure you’ll help me.
Good luck.
Ernesto

Ernesto Franzoso

    When the rules are written, we would use “must”. When we speak casually, we usually say “have to’ (we actually say “haveta”).
    Since you are emphasizing the rules, it is better to use “must”!

    Ronnie

Hi , Ronnie.
Thank you very much .

reem1992

very good. my congratulations

giuseppe

Could you explain the differences between ”strange”, ”weird”, ”odd” and ”bizarre”. The second one is always confuses me…

Thank you!

tahoshka

    They all means the same!

    Ronnie

      Dear, My Teacher.
      How are You doing? :)
      Well, I want to discuss a simple thing. You said “They all means the same!” I think that the verb should’ve been in a base form(mean) because you used “They” as the subject. What do you think?
      Regards,
      Rifai.

      rifai02

        Yes, they all mean the same is correct!

        Ronnie

Dear Ronnie,
your quick answers to my questions about the English language are really most useful. I teach English but since my mother tongue is actually Italian, heavy doubts are always there.
I want my students to speak English in class (no matter how well they can speak it; what matters most is speaking and speaking and speaking). However, they often ask me for permission to use their mother tongue and say:
Can we speak Italian?
Well, I feel there’s something wrong in that question, something that doesn’t work. Isn’t it more correct to say: Can we speak IN Italian?
My doubt is: they aren’t actually asking themselves if they are able to use English, they’re simply asking for permission to use Italian. So they may be correct.
I’m a bit confused. Could you please help me again? Believe me: it’s beautiful to have an expert you can trust and count on.
Old Walt Whitman (one of my favourite poets) is very grateful to you for all your help.
P.S. If all my doubts annoy you, please tell me. No problem at all.

waltwhitmman1

    Both questions are correct but we would naturally say “Can we speak Italian”? If you say “Can we speak in Italian”, that is fine too!

    Ronnie

      I think it’s better to say “may we” more formal….

      beppez

really good lesson, i’ve learnt a lot, i didnt really know how to distinguish can and cant in a sentence and ppl usually confuse my meaning, thx a lot to Ronnie and i know i have to say i can together, maybe next time, they wont confuse my meaning.

John

thank you so much.it’s really helpful

ducanhbt1

thanks!

totto_chan

when do we use ‘has been’ and ‘have been’

bafowethu

    He/she/it + has been
    I/they/we/you + have been

    Ronnie

Thank, Teacher her examples are very interesting. Nice

HERLINDA

OMG! I love this website these tips are simple but very , very helpful.

God bless you teacher. :)

Keity

I like your lessons. Do you teach conjugation of verbs please?

kelly

    Yes, look at my other videos and you can see ones on verbs!

    Ronnie

Hey dear Ronnie,,
Your lessons are really helpful..And I am learning alot from this website..,,I m fond of learning englsih and just because of this engvid I am learning alot ..Dear i wanna ask a little question ,,I usually get confuse while where to use Donot and where should i use cannot?In short i want you to explain the difference between them,,Thanks

simran96

    Do not we use with a command — “Do not open the door!” “Do not watch that movie!”
    Cannot (or can't) we use to talk about 1) our abilities — “I can’t do math.” 2) Time schedule – “I can’t meet you today.” 3) “I can’t open that door for you!”

    Ronnie

Hey ronnie mam…i like all Your lessons..And i wanna do Something great in englsih..Just wanna learn englsih ,,,Dear i like to read poems Of english,,,but usually there are some words iN the poem whose meanings I cant find in dictioanries,,like A word”A Gallant Child”,,what does it means?And another word is “Lone post of death”..Plz explain me the meaning of these two words..And I think We can only improve our englsih By learning vocabulary words,,so That we can converse easily:)..♥♥♥ (^_^) ♥♥♥ …..!!!! :* :*

simran96

    Gallant means brave or heroic! Use an online dictionary – just type in the words you don’t know in google and you can find the meanings!!!!!!!!!!

    Ronnie

    very good q

    hamza darbar

There is an easy solution: pronounce it the BRITISH way as “carnt” and you always hear the difference! American English is not English! :-)

Hillbilly

thank you useful lessen

faruk31

Thank you

sbaa

thank you a lottttttttt

morcy

Hai Madam Ronnie! Is it the meaning of CAN is 100% sure? Could i use the sentence ” I’m positive!” instead of “I can !”. By the way, what’s the difference between CAN and BE ABLE TO?

I am waiting to hearing from you soon. Thanks a million Ronnie!

Sincerely,
Fong

FONG

Thanks you explained that very well, but it’s very hard to understand the different between “can and can’t” when a mother tounge speaks… they sound so close :(

beppez

THANK YOU.I’VE HAD THESE PROBLEM FOR MANY YEARS AND YOU HELPED ME A LOT. I AM LEARNING ENGLISH AND IS TOO DIFFICULT FOR LEARNERS IDENTIFY THIS KIND OF SOUNDS. :)

DOMY

thank you a lottttttttt

wsalama

thank you so much!! i’ve always wondered what were the differences between those two lol. could you explain when to use, may and might!?

iriskeys

    They are EXACTLY the same!

    Ronnie

хороший урок

mexcola

thank you so much.

saleh

hi, I’m a new student ^^

malakuae

hi there thanks for teaching english. to day i know how can use “can and can’t” ronnie nice teacher really i like u and God bless ronnie

Habtamu

i loved your way in lessons
thanks a lot

shadowman020

Thanks Ronnie

mehdi83

Thanks Ronnie

michael

Well done Ronnie it’s an easy way to understand the pronuntiation of Can and Can’t. By the way, as a noun Can and Can opener is used in American English but is used as Tin and Tin opener in British English.

chiky

Well done Ronnie it’s an easy way to understand the pronuntiation of Can and Can’t. By the way, as a noun Can and Can opener is used in American English but is used as Tin and Tin opener in British English

chiky

Thank you very much.

Chris

hello miss !
my question is how can I get big vocabilary ? for discussing with the others because I have to pronounce it very well to do my final project in the univercity . I need your opinion

Youcef GRAINAT

your

elham

Thnx :)

noor4islaam

thanks dear it was a small tinny easy and tricky thing but o get confused sometimes we are as a foreigner I mean not English speaking we really in need to have
it thanks again

preem2110

Teacher,You’re so great teaching English, I mean it! My best (kisses) for You

siul1010

thanks for your efforts.

hamza

I love this webside, it is so helpful for me. Thank you very much you all teachers, you are great.

mrcifucar

I can to learn english language with site. tanks

Sopan

What is meant when speak – “That’s not the point”
PS Thanks

kate

hi i am a new student i want to learn English

ShOna

    you must score at least 75%:D k..
    and welcome…

    klizza

Ronnie, Thank you very much! interesting lessons!

StudentKa

Hi,teacher
I like your lessons & your teaching style.
Thanks

msoe

Hi teacher. Have u ever been to Malaysia? Do come here. We are like a summer throughout the year.
My question is:

How to tell between CAN and CAN’T in songs? Every time I listen to songs, sometimes I can’t tell the line was. My ears hear ” I can love you forever”… But when I look the lyric, it is “I can’t love you forever”. So, do you have any tips to tell this? TQ teacher :)

Eez

    Even native English speakers have problems understanding lyrics in songs! Looking up the lyrics, like you did, is probably the best way.

    engVid Moderator

Hi,
I want to say thanks you to all teachers in Engvid, thank you

nathalie

Hello from Russia!
Thank you for your lessons, you are great teacher!=))
Can I ask you a question?
In negative sentences (for example, ‘I can not do it’) ‘NOT’ is connected with ‘CAN’. But I want to connect it with ‘DO’. For example, all people must do smth, but I have some privileges and I have chance not to do it. So I want to say ‘I CAN [not do] it’. But it’s not correct. How to build sentence in this situation?

Alexandra

    You can say “I do not do it”.

    Ronnie

I’m begginer thank for teaching me

Ahmed

if ı have your my english teacher. I’ıı lissen carefuly all the time..

engin

thenkse

chahimez

hi i’m Riadh from Tunisia please a lesson about the difference between want and would and when to use them

Riadh

excellent explanation, thank you very much

argenis

Dear Ms. Ronnie.
I’ve confused with “cannot” and “can not”. Which one is the best form in writing? Thanks

ilhamhimawan

hi Ronnie
thank you vey much.
In formal writing which one is better touse cannot or can not

rastegarim242

thank you ronnie

farzana

Ronnie teacher I want to ask you that my friends always say teacher[abcd] but I say [abcd]teacher so which one is correct? and can you give me a easy example of complex sentence and can you explain it please!!!!!

areebakhan

3 out of 4

Gladis

4 out of 4 the mam i’m say to lot of thanks to you….

ramesh761990

Thanks
it is useful lesson

sumaya5

better lesson

tayofa19

THANKS TOO MUCH

eslamareed

Thank you Ronnie.you look so young and pretty…
sometimes I cannot differentiate between these two expressions when i hear them in English movies : (I don’t know) and (I know). hahhhh !!!!
how can I?

mansour1

Ronnie,forgive me,I love You.Greetings from Serbia.Excelent lesson.

terminator4

Thank for your lesson Ronnie. Love you very much.
related to “can’t”, there is an idiom that I hardly to understand, it is “can’t help”. Some time I have confuse about their expression when they said “I can’t help …”

pleasefor

hi,
i’m a beginer.help me for learn english.

hend sedky

I love this teacher…………..I´m your brazilian fan

Ricardo1973

I like this teacher… Really I understand what she said.

THIAGO FIDELIS

Ronnie, at 6:32 you said `I wish I was a bird…`. In Adam`s lesson on verb `wish` he says it is correct to use `were` ( I wish I were). Could you clarify, please?

that username already exists

Teacher Ronnie thanks a lot, you did a great job about your teaching lessons.I hope you will continue teaching..:)

Mharlo

I can learn English very well :)

Narek90

Thanx a lot!! Ronnie

Rashedul

I believe I can learn english here!

micrsilv

I want to learn sports in American and British.

Sithara94

Hi Ronnie,
thanks a lot for your useful lesson.
take care

cep62

:D thank you so much , it’s really helpful

Dinh Quoc Lap

Ican understant Ronnie classes ^^ I really love her lessons

Tatah

My name is Dali and
I can go to the school,I can speak in English and I can play the guitar

I can’t cook,I can’t swim and I can’t dance

dali greg

My name is Dayana
these are 3 things:
I can dance
I can write a poem
I can estudy

these are 3 things:
I can’t swim
I can’t singer
I can’t cook

Dayana Sandoval

My name is Alexia are 3 things
I can run
I can dance
I can paint

I can’t swim
I can’t singer
I can’t shout

Alexia Aquino

Hi!! I’m Ixchetl and well i want to say that I can understand your lesson, I cant use this lesson on my English class and I can begin to put in practice all it but I can’t still understand somethings like some dialogs in the movies, I can’t answer quickly some questions and I can’t sing in English :( jajajaja

Ixchetl

HI I am Fernando and I can do cook, I can do sing, but I can’t dance and I can’t play the guitar

fernande29

my name is Ana i can do a love the lesson is very good
i can’t do English is not my style almost

ana escobedo trejo

thank you. i like the way you teach <3

xanh cam

Thank you, I’m liking very much your lessons Ronnie. Take care!

Marcelo Matos

Hi every body I’m new may I be your friend

ali basim

I got 100% thankss!

angiediaz

3. What is the best way to pronounce “I can”?
“Iken”

Dear Ronnie,
I have a question for you: in this test I choise this answer and this is correct, but during your lesson you are writed only: IKIN…. and never IKEN.
This is only a mistake of writing or existe also this other form?
I hope who answer to my question.
I thank you a lot.
Greeting from Italy.

Lorenza79

Excellent class! thanks Ronnie

luchy7

Thanks. I better understand the difference between can ant can’t.

decennao

Finally, i understand how to pronounce this words. Before this lesson i pronounced ->can’t like this “CANT” and my english teacher told me that is a coarseness. Thank very much Ronnie!

Briceno9

very…..

hard :)

huutam1996

    i really enjoy learning english with the best teacher thanks a lot Ronnie!

    hussein sarwar

I love ur way of teaching ,
Ur videos help me a lot.
But I have a problem with pronouncing words ended with ” ge” and “te” …
;h)

Anabel ong

Hi Ronnie, thanks for an awesome lesson. Quick question : can you pronounce “can’t” as “ken” or do you have to pronounce it as ” can + ‘ t ‘ sound” ?

Could you do a lesson on how to pronounce words start with “FR” such as fruit friend free… Etc? I have trouble pronounce it correctly :(

Thank you :)

celly

Thanks :-)

Tchin Shi

thanks ronnie

teerix

In my esl class. Dr.Nic said:” you should speak letter T after can to make a negative can :can t””.

domnguyen

great lesson thanks rony

Lolo 86

thanks

mehdierc

4/4

ann ann

Thank you Ronnie, nice lesson.

jkarloz

Hi Ronnie! “I can” understend you perfectly!! When I am listening your instructions, always I stay very happy because you talk easly…and I as a begginer can understand you pronunciation and directions!
Thank you so much…you are awesome….
See you here!!!
Bye
(Sorry for my mistakes…I’m trying….)

renanfp

Excellent Ronnie!

Douglas Lagos

thank you ronnie

ganerdene

thank you for this lesson.
I have some problems by this for a long time and now i dont

doorin

thank you so much teacher Ronnie.. i have learned a lot from you

greenrose

Thanks

Turay Steven

Hi Ronnie! You re really best teacher I have ever seen))I wanna ask sth I discovered this website and i loved it very much i wanna learn english perfectly i dont know exactly how can i start to learn from this site cuz there re so many classes i need ur guidance
…Best wishes from Turkey)))

esragultekin

hello Ronnie thank you so much ! i heard that sometimes people use “can” to say “can’t” but they don’t pronounce the “‘t”. How can we know if they want really say “can” or “can’t” ?

lybbie

Hi Ronnie! You re really best teacher

Ivis19@

but my english teacher say,that we must pronounce “K’ANT” not KINT

llscrn.AZ

    PLEASE HELP ME I WANT TO KNOW IT!

    llscrn.AZ

thankfor the qiuz igot 3 out of 4

jefrence

It was very easy…

sotorenny

I loved the lesson!

Paulagraziela

thanks a lot.

brar

mam thanks for this lesson. i want to learn English.

brar

Thank you mam Ronnie I’m perfect score

Krishamaevillaba

4/4 got it all

ann ann

thanks 4 u Ronni

menamoner

that is fine too
thank ///////*

ismail ou

Thank you for explain that, i love your videos

mauricioavila

I’m from India. Thank you very much Ronnie ma’am for your video.

amardeepsharma1

Deus lhe Pague….”God bless You”…

Augusto-Sotreq

thanks

Norahsaleh

Thank you so much, like always very useful.
I think I will use my head while I get the sound in my mouth. It was so funny

Marta Lopez

I love the class again, I will keep on my English learning. Thanks!

cleonir gomes

    *loved

    cleonir gomes

Very difficult

Sonia Proenca

What about the prounciation of they , he , she , it with can ?

NADA GAD

i like it ;)

hamody alamery

Good lesson Ronnie!!!!

Aline Matos

Thank you

noviandani

Hi!
I´m learning a lot with your lessons.
Thank you, Ronnie!
You are awesome ;)

Glaucia Ferreira

Hi! its so great lesson 4 me. i loved it and i wanna say thanks!!!

Generous199307

Dear Ronnie!
In some quiz books there are such an answers in a multiple a/b/c/ answering list to choose from as a)can b)cannot c) can not.

What’s that: cannot vs. can not? From your lesson: cannot = can’t, but “can not” – what about this one?! Is it wrong, not usable or… I’ve seen it’ written somewhere.
Thanks a bunch!

Alex Corte

    I think the cannot similar the can bot the absolute difference is space between of both

    Memdar

Thank you mrs Ronnie for all about of that..
We are so lucky.. Because your way of the teaching is too exciting..

Memdar

TKS, nice class!

Pandolpho

Hello madam,
I mostly like your teaching style. I love to learn english and love to watch your english teaching video. Thank you so much for your kindly service.

Acharya Rajan

Thank you Teacher Ronnie for this Lesson :)

Aourray

Thank you

kheireddine007

I can get all answer correct !

loklok91

Thank you

Afaheemqur

i can understand this lesson.
ronnie really you cannot dance.

goldfisharif

thank you teacher!!

Adolfito

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks 🙏

Mesfer alhajri

Thank you Ronnie!

Ilo.iG

Thank you very much!

dreamk7x

Thanks Ronnie . Your lessons are really very helpful to improve my English.

Novak Dean

Ronnie I realy love your classes. Congrat’s You are amazing.

jacijr

Really*

jacijr

Thank you Ronnie ❤❤

MohannadOmar

You ae great

Vahidfarzi

Are*

Vahidfarzi

It’s lesson very useful.Thank you.

Coldblood13

Now I know the difference betwen can and can’t. Thanks again…

Cassio Bernardo da Silva

Thank you!
Do we write cannot or it’s can not?

Paul HITIMANA

you are the best thank you so much

Naser500

Thank Ronnie ;)

marzo

Hi ronnie
Could you please explain a bit about could?
Thanks

Ahmad.b

pronounce can is both Kin and ken?

Nada.235

superb! thanks

davidvecan

My favorite teacher

RobertoEng

excellent lesson. It isn´t easy to hear the difference between can and can´t. I need to practice, but with this lesson ronnie gave an amazing tip. Thank s Ronnie

josecampo

thanks RONNIE

321 arturo

I’m bothered with the 4th question in the quiz. I answered “I” as a noun because it’s asking for a part of a speech, though the answer that I thought was pronoun. But the answer is subject which is basically a part of a sentence. Could someone enlighten me? Thanks.

Anyway, thanks Ronnie.

userzion
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