183 COMMENTS

Hello Ronnie! I’m a big fan of you:D amm I love your way teaching you’re the best! it makes everything quite easy, hmm I didn’t watch this lesson but I’ll, I’ve a good exuse for that, Don’t piss off! Certainly it’s an amazing one!

Ronnie, would you mind sendin’ me some information about your skype lessons and I got a question: How often do you put a lesson? is it every two weeks?
Thanks a million, it’s a pleasure to have had you as a teacher!
Fatima from Saudi Arabia

FJ

    Sorry, I don’t offer skype lessons anymore.
    My lessons are put up every 5th teacher!!!
    Keep on watching for more lessons from all the teachers!!

    Ronnie

    Fatima show your facial smile. LOL

    Victor Adamenja

Although I’m asian I don’t have this problem. hmm I’ve just finished waching this interesting lesson, I was waiting anxiously to see it!
oh how I love ur lessons..
Love,
Fatima

FJ

Wow it’s very cool.
The way you teach is very amazing.

ark_summoner

hello Ronnie,

I have problems with the sound /d/ I pronounce it as in spanish, do you have any exercise to correct it?

best regards

osvaldo

    I will try to make a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

    In Spanish: Plosiva, como la primera ‘d’ en ‘dado’, produced with the tongue touching the upper teeth.

    regards. ;)

    jonath689

Hello there…….thanks for teaching n thanks for all videos. U All teachers are great n very helpful.i just want to ask u i have good command over english grammer but i m still cant speak properly i want to speak fluent english. can u give me some suggestions or tips for speaking fluent english. i’ll be very thankfull to u.
Namaste
bye
caps from India

caps

    All i can say is JUST TALK!!!
    Never worry about if you make a mistake — mistakes are funny and can help you in conversation as it “breaks the ice”.
    To become more fluent, talk more and don’t be shy!

    Ronnie

      thank you so much for advice…..

      waheedullah rahmani

    Hello, Caps…
    I’m not a teacher but I think the best way of learning a language is listening to it.
    If you wanna be fluent, listen… listen… and listen… That’s the secret man.

    Wenderson

      i agree. when i learned chinse an thai, i turned on TV an listened even though i did not understand. an yeah with lessons with in a few months i could understand pretty well, compared to my other friends who did not listen to TV

      jimmy

    khalil from Turkey.

    Hi I was in same situation as you, but I always wanted to work on my grammar and now I can speak english very very well.

hello ronnie,

I like your way in teaching you are really amazing n i hope to get more information about your private lessons please mail me with all the info n dont be late :P thank you.

Best Regards.

Ahmed

hhhhhhhhhh you are wonderful teachers i and i love ur way of teaching
thanks100%

miiddeey

it is good

Thomas_ye

I don’t have problems with these sounds, bur I like this lesson, because it was funny and very artistic! Good job!!!

Alena

Hello,
I’m from VietNam, I like the way you teach.
Please add my skype nick: trangptm2204
Hoping for speaking English to you.

Trangpham

really you very very good teacher i understand you god because you fun teacher really i love your teaching

richard nale

i love you reley iwent mareg you

shareef

Hi teacher my name is asma. I really enjoyed your beautiful lessons on online. I would really appreciate if you add me as a contact on skype.So i can benefit your teaching. my email is asmafiqi@yahoo.com.user name asmafiqi. thank you.

asmafiqi

thinks and we want more

a.naser

hi ronnie…first of all i really lilke you very much.especially ur way of eaching .its really interesting..Actually i m from india.anyway i give u abig thanx………………………

faiz

Hello, my name is Palm..
i really like the way you teach grammar. I’d like you to give me some advices on how to motivate my Students when it comes to teaching grammar, as grammar is really difficult for me to get it across to them.

palm

    wow – it is difficult to motivate grammar students – the only advice I have is to relate the specific grammar point to their own personal lives… get them to connect with the point and use their lives as examples.

    Ronnie

Hey Ronnie,
I really enjoy your class. You are a wonderful teacher. I am a native Mandarin speaker and the most difficult pronunciation is ” Zero” . I felt that I was going to bite my tongue every time when I try to say this word. :)
Also people sometimes can’t tell when I said ” pain ” and “pen”.
I think it’s very common issue for most of Mandarin speakers.

raejune

This site is the most interesting I’ve found to learn English. Thanks for all of you specially to Valen.
A Happy New Year

carlos parada

Hello Ronnie¡¡ My name is Sergio and just I wanna say thanks to you for the all lessons that you explain us. 1 year ago I arrived to Canada for to learn more English, but sincerely sometimes I feel a little shy when I speak, because when I see some Canadians speaking, they speak very very fast and I think that my chat can be very bored. Please can you give me some advices for to have a good conversation with them . I’ll appreciate it. Regards from Alberta, Canada. PD. I’m your great admirer. Thanks again.

SERGIO HERNANDEZ

    First of all, YOU ARE probably not boring, so don’t ever think that.
    Secondly, as far as conversation advice goes, it is an art… just find something you and the person you are talking to are interested in and ALWAYS ask the six magic follow-up questions to keep the conversation going… Who What When Where Why and How… that’s what I do!!

    Ronnie

Thanks for your lesson can you make a lesson about I&E how we can write it in word. Thanks for your help

Mohammadx

Thanks

YOU Do Well

Msaad

msaad

Thank you was a funny lessom Ronnie.

Pavoreal

thank you!

DianaC

I love your voice.

svejk88

Hello Ronnie, was very clear ! thanks

Marco

Hi, Ronnie!!! I always thank you for your skillful teaching.

Next time please tell us “R” and “L” sound when they are located in the final of a words.

For example (file, fire) (wall, war) ….

Thanks again from Daegu Korea…

gusto

    Hi, RONNIE THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR LESSON I ALWAYS THANK YOU FOR YOUR SKILLFULL TEACHING NEXT TIME PLEASE TELL US r L

    omar

thank you so much!
you teach very clearly

phunganhdung

Thanks. I’m Danish and struggle with the “r” sound as well. It comes out as a “w”. “Th”, and “W” is problematic too.

DK

Hello Ronnie,
I’m Tou from Laos. All the outset, thank you so much for a useful lesson. I learned a lot from watching your video. However, I’d like you to come out with more variety of lessons regarding L & R. It would be nice if the R & L are put in a conversation, hence we can hear as well as practice at the same time.

Thanking you,
Toulany

Toulany

meow teacher

hunar

do you married for me iam verey beutefull oha

hunar

hi this is program butful and very usful and i want to continue with this poregram .
thank you and pleas keep going .
regards

hamza alobaidi

first,i would like to thank all teachers for their great work. I was so lucky to be a student of them

Houssine

thank you for all your efforts I want just ask you if you can provide us with a lesson about the connectors: alghough,though, despite.

slama

i lick your teaching

Bangladesh

how does one spell “exspecially”, or “ekspecially”?
give me strength!!

diggem

    –> especially

    engVid

I allways enjoy your teaching, I can’t wait for the next class.
Thanks a lot, you are the best.

Mirta Vasquez

I really enjoy and learn from this funny video.You are great

Zahidmmp

Hello Ronnie,

dear teacher i have a question you taught us in “E” and “I” pronunciation class that “e” sounds eee so “ea” is also ee for example “beat” = beet and heat = heet but in ‘R’ & “L” lesson you are pronouncing “Lead = laaid why not LEED?

kashif from Pakistan

Hi! Very Good Teaching Style.

Chiyaan

i do love this website. . and I’m a big fan of teacher Ronnie. . thanks you so much

enahs

Thank you very much. God Bless you

Kamel Samy

hi,thank you teacher

soe

Hi Ronnie, I was really having problems with pronuncing words that began with the letter r sound. after watching you, my pronunication with words that began with r is better. You are the best

Von

Hi Ronnie,In the first you are an excellent teacher,The second i’m trying to learn english to be fluent , but i don’t know where the start .if you can help me for appoints like(1,2,3)to do it ,i’ll be so grateful

keakoo

hi Ronnie .thank you very much for your way to teach is fantastic .To day is my second day to see your videos and like it .I think that they can help me to have a good English pronunciation,that i need it very well in my job

demmi

HELLO MAM ITS NICE LESSON..SOUNDS GOOD
GOD BLESS YOU
JASSI

jassi

HELLO RONNY ,
TODAY I SEE AND LISTEN SOME CLASS , I AM VERY VERY HAPPY I THINK YOU ARE VERY GOOD FOR TEACH FONETIC ENGLISH, CONGRATULATION FROM SPAIN FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ

fz6fullpower

Hi! Very Good Teaching Style

LIJU XAVIER

hi, i need your video. but i can not find the download link. please help me!

navid

    You watch it online, right at the top of this page. You don’t need to download it.

    engVid

thanks a lot. I am glad that I have met this web site.

su

Hi Ronnie.plez,what is the difference between the ‘R’sound when it comes at the beginnig of the word and, when it is preceded by a vowel sound.In the’R.P.’ pronunciation i know speakers do not pronouce the’R’ when it is followed by a vowel sound,but in american and canadian acceent i dicovered that speakers of that variety of english pronounced the ‘R’even when it comes after a vowel soud.my question: is the ‘R’sound when it comes at the beginning of the word and, when it is preceded by a vowel sound in the american and canadian pronunciationis the same or different? i’m an arabic native speaker.we do have the ‘R’ sound in arabic but it is quite different from that of english because the tongoue touches the alveolar ridge and makes friction with it when we produce the arabic’R’
thank u so much for ur help
hada

hada

    Hey! When we say the R in English before or after a vowel, it is the same sound! Thanks for the comment!

    Ronnie

teacher,i’m from viet nam. I really likes your lesson. you should show more about the other words as: sh, ch,th, ….thank you so much!

vinhlu09

That was really fun learning with joy…
very entertaining…
thank you very much for this video..

swapnil420

thank you

siganteng

thank you .. that’s help :)

faris

Thank you very much! I like the way u teach. It’s easier for me to pronounce.
I expect the lesson about /ʤ/ and /tʃ/, like “joke” and “chore”. I pronounce them exactly in same way :(

chouchy

thanks for ur useful lessons.
but I still have a problem with R letter if it was twice in the same word as: regular, rular or radar, especially the 2nd R.

I need to ur advice.

mar1

    The r in regular sounds like reg-u-ler (ler), ruler = rule-er (er) radar id like ray-dar

    Ronnie

i need to say something . i cant thank you both enough forever you’re great teacher

reagan

firt i want to think u alot

iam arabian man and i have two request

first , i studied english for 10 yrs grammer writting reading all of this but when i watch amovie as example i cannot understand the words when they talk fast > so how can i over come of this ?

second > i cannot talk the word ( ruler , plural …….and like this
can you make lesson about this ?
and thanks alot,

bolydoni

hi ronne,iam Sana osman from Sudan , kindly ifound some diffecult to wrote this massage please can help me to make sentence &speak english i wont to be contacte with you to improve my langage my email []
regard

sana osman

Hello dear ronnie this is ahmad siyar from afghanistan you soo perfect teacher plz tell me about your IELTS test did u toke IELTS tell me about your Score?

Thanks

Ah Sseyar

    I have never taken IELTS.

    Ronnie

Thank u

LALA

send me ur email please

LALA

What happens when we eat rice . I am waitind for your answer

LALA

What happens when we eat cat

LALA

How to use R and L

LALA

Now u are my pen friend

LALA

Can u explain me in another way how to spell R and l please !

Anusheh

Can u explain me in another way how to spell R and l please ! Thanks

Anusheh

hi ronnie

Thanks a lot. wadee is my daughter, she is only five and half years old. please advise me what will be her lesson program. ohhh…. we are from Bangladesh.

Tarek

wadee

I’ve been watching your lessons since two days and i found it very helpful in learning english.i’ve a problem that I suddenly stops while talking and try to recollect the word to be use.

shujath

    That is normal…what you should do is say “um…or ah…” these are what I call “I am thinking words”, they let the speaker know that you are thinking of what to say next! We (native speakers) use these ALL THE TIME! I will try to make a video to help you out!

    Ronnie

hi ronnie, could you please make a video about the difference between “m” and “n” in pronunciation? thanks a lot!

labsme

    I will try to make that video for you!

    Ronnie

      that’s great! i’ll wait for that video :) thank you.

      labsme

Hi, Ronnie. You are a really kind person, and a great teacher! I am grateful to you!!!

Florencia

hey Teacher Ronnie…thx for t videos.I have some problem with some pronunciation which end with rd..like Word, Harm, Form (when i m trying to say Form it sounds like Fom or Forrrrm),worse,work, Hart, Lord, afford.so please let me know how i can make it correct.
Thank You.

thomas

    Just try to repeat the words and record them to listen to yourself to help you improve!

    Ronnie

really thank u so much,Teachers
God bless U all :)
We appreciate ur efforts and I ask u for a lesson about Linking Words plss if u can ….
and thanks again.

pepoce7a

    I will try to make a lesson on linking words for you!

    Ronnie

perfect!!!

laura

why “lead” is not pronounced like “beat or meet”
Thank you for you kind care

Mohamed

    I have no idea! English is just really confusing and difficult!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie
your way is very very easy.
in the past Grammar makes me crazy,but your simplest way make grammar funny.
any way thanks to you a lot.

Adel

Thanks Ronnie , this video help me a lot, because i always have problem to pronounced R,L and V as well. I like the way you teach also , good job Ronnie. :-)

punny2003

I am a Spanish speaking person… and my tongue keeps going up every time I try to pronounce “R”… and keeps rolling like crazy lol… I try the pirate suggestion but I think I would make a great Spanish pirate… because the “R” sounds sooo Spanish… :(

one of those maria

ilove learn englesh four you Ronnie thanks

HICHAM

As far as I know you have used the word “lead” ,but you meant “lid”as a cover of a pen for instance. Am I right or wrong ?

shaban

    No, I mean lead.

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, you’re very good, amazing, I love yours videos, keep it that way. Bye.

Cleilson Brazil

this lesson is good, thinks Ms Ronnie

Benna

Thanks very much for all what you’ve done.
May I ask you to teach us how to pronounce the letter(T) in the middle of the words.
e.g. letter , lettle , ..etc

ziizii

    OK I will try to make a video for you!

    Ronnie

tinks and happy new year

mahmoud

Hi Ronnie,

Your teaching style is very unique. Now days I am follwing all your classes over web. It is really very useful. Thanks a lot

Thanks & Regards,

Hemant

Hemant

Thanks to you Ronnie,
Stay happy

Zakaria

Zakaria Hussain

thanks alot u r great

mony

Thank you very much it’s really useful to learn pronunciation L&R many Thanks Heman

Heman

Ronnie, you are the best teacher…
you are help me very much, with a pronous of languange

Excuse me I´m only begging English

thank you very much

edezio40

Thank you for your fun and easy way in the commentary
I am now the best in the English language
., … I hope my writing to be valid
Thanks for all teachers

justreem

Hello Ronnie
can you tell me what the deference between letter J and G in pronuciation

mamdooh13

is there rule for that letters
i spilling wrong sometime in word like stenGy , reGret

mamdooh13

To the Honorable Madam
Hello, Madam Ronnie Whatever You taught us is right and necessary. And you gave nice illustrations about R. But Do you think that when we pronounce R, the tip of tongue that should be touched to the roof of the mouth, Including hard and soft palate?

Thanking you.

From
Your dear brother.

Gajendra Andrew

    No! When we say R the back of your tongue should touch the back of your mouth!

    Ronnie

Your mouth doesn’t move much when you speak. How can you teach pronunciation?

Aki

Also you make an “ah” sound (a vowel) when you teach “r”. That is not correct. Ah-rr sound is not R sound. Your Pirate example is fun but not good.

Aki

Hey, Ronnie,, you were teaching English in Obihiro ( Hokkaido in Japan ) ? Sure ? I came from Sapporo originally ( Hokkaido in Japan ). Now I have been working in Europe Germany. you know maybe how difficult to pronounce ” R ” and ” L ” for Japanese.. especially ” R ” sound…more Diffiuclt is R + L together. like ” Girl ” or ” World “..cos we have to pronouce R and L together.. please tell us one more ” R + L ” together sounds. Thank a lot.. from Masa ( Germany )

masa1807

    Cool! I loved Sapporo! There is a great technique to help you with the r sound. Before each R, say the う sound! This will help you to get your tongue in the right position.
    Girl = gうrrrrrl!!!
    Gambaru!

    Ronnie

It is so Cool. Thank you so much . getting understand it. by the way, Right and Wright are same sound ?
Right is Ri ,,ght.. ?? and
Wright is maybe うう right ??
I am doing Gambarimasu.. Masa

masa1807

Ronnie, você é ótima e very fanny teacher, parabéns e continue assim com esse astral fantástico, bjs

Jean Frossard

i respect your tired for us thank you

sandraxan

Hello Ronnie…just a question…is there an allophonic variant of the [l] sound in canadian english as in british english (clear or dark)…or is it mainly dark as in american english?

Marilen

    Sorry, I do not know.

    Ronnie

      He wanted to say “L” has two connotations “L beep” and “L deaf”

      Iliescu Cornel

      For example the words “live” or “lily” before the vowel “i” sound “L” is pronounced “highly beep.” But in the situation when the sound “L” is in final position or before “an unvoiced consonants” for example “p, k, t” it is pronounced “veiled” meaning that does not sound

      Iliescu Cornel

Is the tongue tip position in producing the vowel ” i ” in “lead[lid] ” similar to the tongue tip position in producing the only isolated vowel ” i ” ?

wally

    No.

    Ronnie

hi…Teacher Ronnie could you please tell me some lesson, how to use adjective,adverb and would rather?

sone

Hi.. Ronnie thank you so much for good lesson.

Nainapas

Ronnie You are multydexter in languages hell you are?))))))

Victor Adamenja

Dear Roonie, I adore you as a teacher…keep up the good work!

bmwmasha

Hello! Ronnie you know all your videos make me to understand about speaking English. and i just wanna say thank….. and i hope you go on your ways. sorry if i type wrong bye……

angkia

It is not very difficult for vietnamese people to differentiate between r and l

Diep

Thank you Ronnie.

Mansozi1

Now, I have known the R and L.

hkautu

Dear Ronnie,you are so so so sweet!
Thank you very much for the lesson!
best regards

ellaami

Hi Ronnie, I thank you very much for this class.
Can you please help me with “Time” How to make a sound??

Thank you

CC

Chelsea

hi rani i have problems with writing can you
make a lesoon plaess.
bye

apinaya30

thank you very much

caesarsweet

Hi Ronnie,
closing the nose,are the R sound influence .thanks
I appreciate your answer.
Wael

waelahmedseleem

Thank you very much Ronnie,
one question what’s de deference between canadien english and others countries english language like american and british?

larbbamk

When “R” “sound” is between two vowel is pronounced?
In that instances(case) “R” should not pronounce it self? When I take this decision?
Thank you very nice!

Iliescu Cornel

Thanks a lot.

I always had problems to pronounce words with the letter R, because in portuguese (I am from Brazil) the sound of the letter R is very different, it sounds a little bit like the letter H in english. But this lesson helped me to understand how to pronounce it correctly.

rodrigodms

Hi Ronnie,
thanks a lot, great lesson :)
take care

cep62

hey Ronnie, could you make a video on how to pronounce these words:
World, Girl, Months, and generally when we have rl and ths

TeeKay

Hey, I have a doubt about how to pronounce the syllables ple and ble.. could you explain it to me?

vxmchris

Excellent,it’s very useful…….Thank you

Joe.

Oh, I can’t believe that you like liver!!! o.0
Love you Ronnie, you have helped me.
Thank you.

tatianemaria

lalalalalice, thank you.

bafysan

Hello Ronnie,

Does the pronunciation of the letter R or L is different when they are placed in the beginning, middle, and in the end of the word?.

How is the pronunciation when the word get double R o double L?

Douglas Lagos

Douglas Lagos

I apologize for my mistake in my second question to you. I think, that I should have written the following:

How is the he pronunciation when the word has a double or double L?

Douglas Lagos

Douglas Lagos

please teach me how to use ‘being ‘

Ganesh9538

thanks

ann ann

This is great! I’ve problem pronouncing war, wall and var =(

shyap1

Hello miss Ronnie
I like all your videos and i’m a great fan of all your awesome and funny lessons… But i have a great problem now… How to understand a native american speaker… I have this problem because they love linking theirs words and that makes me confused because at that time i don’t know they talk about( they speak weirdly )… I NEED HELP PLEASE

srussel

Thanks Ronnie
It’s a great lessen, I have problem with pronounce L,N,R, if they together in one world can be more difficult to pronounce.

Shu

thanks ronnie. Your lessons are always interesting. sometimes i get mistake when i pronoun r and l. I don’t do anything with my tongue. how can i practice to improve my skill?.

duyvo123456

Hi,Ronnie.
My name is Marin.I really like your video snd learned a lot from it.
I would like you to teach me how to say “seriously” well.

Marin36

Thanks for this lesson!!!! I really enjoyed the lesson, specially, the “R” sound. It is very difficult to me to pronounce it because I’m a native Spanish speaker, and we roll our tongue to pronounce the letter “R”..

Lorena Guzman

thanks ronnie.

noviandani

thanks Ronnie.

lucianaholts

HI I AM VERY FAN FOR YOU SORRY MY ENGLISH IS VERY BAD I WANT IMPROVE MY LANGAGE

samcook

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

Thanks for the lesson Ronnie

Leon Snow

thanks madam ronnie. :)

jaysicat

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you Ronnie.

dreamk7x

Thank You . I hope you make video lesson to explain relation between ( R) and other alphabet

Islam Awad2050

How to pronounce rice and rise

LavanyaAnbuSelvan

Hi Ronnie, have you offer a pronunciation course ONLINE?

Travel

Thanks Ronie For The Lessons

ImadSsl

Hi Ronnie! My name is Ronaldo and just I wanna say thanks to you for the all lessons that you explain for us.

I’m your great admirer.

ronixsan1

Hi Ronny.Just say you that your way of teaching is very good and i hope i will better pronunce the R sound with your lesson.

Djiby12

Thankyou so much , November 1st 2019

syawal.engvid

Very good job Ronnie Thank You :*

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