172 COMMENTS

Thank you,very helpful! Could you please do more videos obout idioms or may be slang? Very interesting topic!))thanks!

cristiano ronaldo

    Thank you,very helpful

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thank u very much about teach the saying numbers……………………..

llrerbi

What is the meaning of “#’s”?

Cléber

    It means Numbers. # means number. as written.

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That ‘s a great teaching.

hikaru

that’s a great for us to joint this group cause
we can speak.

cheers.

paula riana

IT WILL BE NICE IF YOU COME TO OMAN AND TEACH IN MY COLLEGE…BE GOOD…

ALAA

    Hey, If you can give me a job I will come to Oman!!!

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      ,Turkey is so pretty country for you you can find jobs good nature and etc.Off course if you come.My name is semih I know you needn’t any job but for the others come

      Semih

      ronnie and ronnie agood teacher i hope to leasen evrry time

      asa9000

      no you r a good teacher u have to teach us through this website

      deep

      hii ronnie,
      i like your teaching,but u can give me some advises to practise learning and speaking in the context at the same time when i talk with a foreigner or inteview for the job?thks a lot

      Thanh Nông

Thank-you very much.

John

thanks a lot

phen

Whats the name of the teacher that explaed about numbers, please. She like me the way in that give your course.

anthony

Awesome. I have never seen an instructor teaching with this much ease and as much clarity as well.
Thanks A Lot!!!

Raj

I am new on this site and I like english reply mam that you got Please you ….me

good morning mam, Ronnie!

thanks

jose

is easy no ! tanks

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to all the teachers. You are great! Please keep on doing it. I love the passion of your teaching. Have fun.

Kind regards
A. Aziz

Ahmed Aziz

what are the differetiate roman numbers and english numbers

hafiz ubaid

    Roman numerals look like this: I II III IV V VI etc. English numbers look like this: 1 2 3 4 5 6.

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      Hi Ronny,

      I understand what you mean. But there are no “English” numbers. The numbers that you think are referred as “Arabic”. What is wrong, because they came to Europe from India via Arabica years ago.

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      Hi Ronny

      When you say 3 – three I hear: ~ tri. But when you say 30 – I hear: ~ firtee. Is the pronounciation of 3 and 30 always different? Or can I say: ~ “free”, “firtee”?

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thanks

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but how to pronounce twenty?

jade

    “twen-T”

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      but ronnie is it ok to pronounce twenty is tweny ?

      Profile photo of bobdacir15 bobdacir15

        Yeah, of course. You can pronounce both twen-T, and tweny. It depends on which accent you want to use Canadian, or American. . .

        englishstudent

I’m a brazilian, and I need to speak,understand, read and write english!!! tank you!!!…keep on doing it!!!

dri vip

thanks a lot

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It’S looK sImPLe…BuT pEoPLe AlWAYs mAke MiStAkE..

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hi i really impressed by your way of teaching you are great and i want to make shure if we could say tweny instead of twenty because i heard a lot of american and canadian people say this is it true or not?.

Nihad

    You can pronounce both ways! You won’t make any mistake. . .

    englishstudent

no response ?

Nihad

    Yeah, you can pronounce it like that. I say it like that all the time.

    Jessica

very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very good lesseions….

parameshwar

you are so cute

Storerice

hey mam…ur lessons r so helpful…thank u vry much..plz do some more vids on pronunciation..bye.

wilfred

Hey, I’m brazilian and your classes are helping me a lot. thank you! xoxo

Izzy

Hey , Im from Algeria ) you have nice eyes ). brief we writ Fourty or Forty ?

diden

    Forty.

    Jessica

Hollo, i’m from Lao very good you teaching i just found this web i love you taching

kham

wow..you are really a very good teacher…congratulations

pedro

When we speak [i], the tongue tip can hang in the air.
When we speak[t], the tongue tip touches the alveolar ridge.

Does the tongue tip move from touching the alveolar ridge to hanging in the air when we pronounce “tea[ti]” ?

Wang Yi-Chau
Taiwan(臺灣)

wally

hi
I remember when I couldn’t spell 15 and 50 in the right way, instead to say fifteen and fifty i was say fiveteen and fivety
thanks

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Where is quiz ?

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    It is pretty difficult to make quizzes for pronunciation, so some of these lessons don’t have quizzes. Sorry!

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      Here is a suggestion. You can provide sound effect, so on that way we can choose the right answer. For example, we hear some voice pronouncing specific word, and then decide if the pronouncing is right or false.

      englishstudent

hello i`m from morocco do you like visited it wellcome.

hamid

I love you

Ulises

tanks
this is best web site in my life

i love it
thanks engvid

saudi arabia

thank u

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I love you very much

shadow

This lesson is really good for me. Thank you.
But how can I say the year-number???
for example: 1138??? I’ll say one thousand one hundred and thirty eight or eleven thirty eight???
Thanks.

diep238

    You can simply say eleven thirty-eight!

    englishstudent

and the year 1023? I’ll say one thousand twenty three or one thousand AND twenty tree???

diep238

Thank’s a lot….u gave me the important information bout number’s….

darwin

if i can i will iou

djopet

thanks alot for made sure it.

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It’s so clear for me. My pronunciation was wrong as I began study. Thanks so much.

pao

I like it very very much :-).I hope to improve my English with your lessons.Thank you…)

captain123

hi ronnie i like the way u deliver how to teach tnx godbless

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hi
Respected Ms Ronnie,
thanks for your best lectures to help me to improve my English, i have a little confusion that is about the spelling of Forty and Four and fourteen why in english there is difference in spelling of Forty (40), even it is pronounced same?
thanks and regards

Muhammad Iqbal Baloch

awesome,good job thanks alot Ronnie.

Ahmad

You are talented and born teacher like my wife. Thank you for this lessen

Andrew

Thank you very much

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omg,you hate math an i hate it more than anyone but i loved this lesson
and your way…
..thanks a lot

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Thank you for this lessen

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I’m learning each time I watch your lecture. thanks Ronnie and engVid

rocketeer

Hello Ronnie!!!How are you? I like every teacher that is working over there.Everyone describes everything very well.Notwithstanding I want to tell you face to face the following .If I had my own school I would invite you to teach there.Maybe you can be invited by me to come to my school.Maybe I have an English Language School soon.If you were invited you wold accept to come?I hope so.I am looking forward to hearing from you .Good bye…CARLOS SIMÕES

CARLOS ALBERTO SIMÕES

How do you pronunciation good!

Vanducbk06

good nice one

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Thank you very much. You have got a wonderfull style of teaching and conveying information. Thanks once again.

Ahmed Ibrahim

when ever u speak beer in ur video on that time u have such a good smile on ur face…..
I would like to hear beer again….
I hope u will……??
Ur r best teacher on the internet. I like the way u make funny voice between the lession.
Keep smile :-)

sandepan

thank you useful lesson .

abthamer

Very well done for you.
you really are very good and excelent teacher.

JOSE VALERIO

you are the best teacher ever!!!

Ado

Keep up ronnie, u were very good at pronunciation. I want to be the same as you .

jenel sanon

hello Ronnie, can you help how to say following nummers. I’m a german speaker working in a call center. Last weak I spoke to an english speaker and I’m not sure whether he has understood me.
I was giving him a e-mail address for exmple ACC_BP_IBDD@gmail.com and I did not know how to say it. I said ACC and he asked AC or ACC and then I said IBDD and he asked ABD, you know? When I’m gonna say ACC how explains to him these are only 2 or 3 letters? Thank you

zuzana

    You can say “double c”.

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Dear Mam,
40 is “FOURTY” a cardinal number which is equavalent to the product of four and ten;
40 is not prounounced as ‘FOURTY’ as you teach in this lesson.
Reference Oxford Dictionary.
Regards
Nurul Haque.

Nurul Haque

    So how do you pronounce it?

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    may be “foudy”?

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    LOL

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Hi! In american pronunciation i heard what 20 as “twony”. Is is correct?

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Good lesson C=

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could u plz tel me few words how do v pronounce them but they r not related to this video.. here they r –
1) envelope
2) schedule

manjari

plz tell me how do we pronounce these words – envelope and schedule…
there are few more words which i have to ask from you how do we pronounce them so on which website shall i ask you ???? do you have any other website???????????? please tell me

manjari

    envelope= n-va-lowp
    schedule = sked-jewel

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please tell me which is the correct pronunciation –
‘ske-dule’ or ‘sked-jewel’

manjari

    sked-jewel’

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    They’re both right! You can pronounce it “shedjewel” as well.

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thank’s for lesson

beka

hi! Ronnie i want speak english like you,can you help me?thank you

beka

hi Ronnie
can i chat with you in any comunity comunication account to improve my english language.

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is fantastic,thanks very much.

jose

fantastic

shahram

nice

mena8

thank you very much the way you taech is very helpful .can you help me about when you make c sound k and when it sound s thanks for your help

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Hi, I’m newcomer on this site from Indonesia.I’ interested in the way you teach english. Thanks a lot for the lesson…

setiarini

Hi, Ronnie!I’m from Russia. I’m a teacher. Thanks a lot for your lessons!I use them while teaching my students. Very interesting and helpful not difficult!

Tanya

Awesome work Ms Ronnie

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please tell me how to pronounce RUIN :p

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    Roo-in Like kangaROO -in

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y don’t u come to India our people will luv u maam

mini

I love it very much!!!I hope to improve my bad English with your lessons.Thank a lot you…)

elena

30 Thur T
13 Thir Teen

Ae

Teacher Ronnie,
can you please explain differences and usage of “affect” and “effect”
thanks.

Nay

Hi Ronnie
I love your teaching techniques.As i learned that tweny thirdy, fordy,fifty, sixty, sevendy,eighdy and ninedy…?

Are they right?

Biswa

    Yes! Great work!

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Hi Ronnie

I would love to learn how to pronounce all the english Diphthongs.

Biwsa , toronto

Biswa

hello Ronnie!!!!
you are the best.

eduardo andrade

Hi, My name is pisa, i´m from cambodia,
thank for your teaching, you are the best and so funny, i love you. Bye

Pisa

Thanks for pronunciation lessons. That help me improve mine.

Mariaphuong

I´m loving your clases, thank you!!! Hello from Barcelona ;)

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Thanks for your teaching, you are nice.
great work !

sony

I like you are teach, I like this . do you know i speak mistake always..I don’t know in sound.when spoke..Thank you .. i will keep it and try to make correct

Aoi

I really enjoy learning with you. You’re helping me to speak with confidence :P

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hey Ronnie could you help me how to speak in american accent

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    The best way is to watch American tv shows and repeat. However, there about 42 different American accents!

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is very cool, ronny i like me

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hahaha…very nice teacher..very funny…nd good teacher..:)

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you are the best Ronni
some times I feel I wanna take all people you taught them and come for you and make a great wonderful celebration in the street you live in.

please my queen
I’v a problem with number 20
sometimes I hear it ” tweny ” and others I hear it ” twenty ”
thanks in advance my queen, be blessed

mido

YOu can say it TWEN -T or twenn -y! Both are correct!

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thank you teacher you are sporting

aber

thank you so much lesson values ​​and lessons of other wonderful fact benefit you much

ousama

i like the way how you teach us Roonie,, thank a lot for all of your lesson i really enjoy it, and its very helpful for me.. there is nothing i cant say but wish you the best luck.

redy

hi iam an Indian , iam troubling to understood english moivies because they are very fast like train , is there is any sollution to fallow that train……………This is not only my problem almost lot of Indians face this problem…………..

kartheek

Hi
Thank you so much, you are very good teacher and I liked you.
I guess you are very strong teacher.
be successful

Ghasem Shams

I liked this class!
Thanks, Teacher!

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Thank you! I really like you as teacher.

Nicolás

Could you give me the hint when hearing 14 and 40? I cannot differentiate them sometimes.

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    Listen for the “n” at the end of “fourteen”! And the “eeeee” sound is longer in “fourteen”. But if you aren’t sure, just ask — lots of native English speakers have a hard time telling them apart, too!

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thanks for the lesson rony :)

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I Have a big problem with using the tenses
could u advice me.

Thank u

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I live in Singapore since last year and the funny thing about the numbers pronunciation here is, that they say one three or three zero. They are just fed up with trying to understand it in a normal way :)) Btw, which sentence sounds better: 1. I live in Singapore or 2. I am living in Singapore. I know the grammar rules for both tenses and I guess both are correct but whenever I say this, I am a little bit confused. Thx!!!

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Hello Ronnie,

I visited some american accent training websites to know how to pronounce the numbers.

As they said in the video that “teen” in 13 to 19 are pronounced as you taught. But for 30, it is “thirdy” in pronunciation instead of pronouncing ‘thirty” , the ” t” becomes flap T or fast D. Is it wrong? Can you Please guide me ?

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Thanks, you are best teacher.

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many many thanks Ronnie

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Ronnie u r the best Teacher

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you are a good teacher thanks

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you are a good teacher thanks

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Thank you Ronnie

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Hi Ronnnie,
Thanks, you’re a great teacher
take care

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Hello Ronnie, thank you very much for your great effort.I am confused a little which is right to say for example 11 month or 11 months, simply when to add s and make it plural ?
Thanks in advance

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One day without Ronnie is like a day without the sun ;-)

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Thank you Ronnie. I like your lesson. :)

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Thank you Ronnie, you are great (and my favorite) teacher =)

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nice topic

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Thank you teacher Ronnie I really enjoyed listening to you

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Thanks.

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you are the best teacher.

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Hi! Thank you for your teaching. It’s my pleasure to study English with you and your site. I have one personal asking you. Please, can you write me on uzdomain@gmail.com. Thank you.

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Thank you

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you are the best teacher.

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13, 14,15,16,17,18, 19 are teen-agers :-)

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Thank you Ronnie

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thanks!

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Good evening Teacher

I’d like to study english online, would you like to tell me the way to join it and the fee?, thanks a lot.

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Thank you.

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you re perfect
tahnk s a bunch

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its very good lesson

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there is a question i have no answer about why pronounce NO.one as /wan /

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Thanks Ronnie it’s all very clear!

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Thanks ronnie it’s very eazy to understand

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Thank you so much Ronnie

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It really easy now it was very hard before this video

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