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this it’s very easy,really I think in this website I can speak english fast

chaabani

    i went to learn english

    saad

    Hi Roonie i just wanna tell you , i like you also its in spanish me caes muy bien!so thats its you re amusing AMAZING coach!

    ulysses90210

      Hi roonie do you have facebook for cheat with you as you know improve my english!

      ulysses90210

    me too
    Thank you dear Ronnie

    Elahe

10x Ronnie your lessons is very useful………. i always like your videos thanks thanks alot

mashi

i like your voice and teaching
i am daily check your video and teaching

shoaib

Great lesson Ronnie!!!

But I have a doubt: what’s the diference between the pronunciation of “see” and “sea”??

thx a lot

brunopromano

    There is no difference. They are both said the exact same way!

    Ronnie

      kindly add me mam plz on facebook please i,m very enjoying ur lesson mam ur teaching style very wounderful

      SAFEER

      Awesome Ronnie!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Carolina Scaramucci

    see&sea

    osman

    hi there . You don’t be worry , when you say with someone about something . It’s up to situation that they will know what you say with them …. i have met this case and I have asked my foreign teacher . Can i make friend with you ?

    Martin

    hi there , you don’t worry about that .. when you say a sentence then they will know what you say ( this is verb or noun ) .It’s up to situation of sentence …. beacause have very many countries said English , them hear very fast (even the voices are small )

    martin123

Thanks a million Ronnie… I got what your teaching.. it’s very easy… I will wait another video…

cholidah

thanks ronnie so much, I love your lesson it’s very easy to understand

nha quyen

Hi Ronnie! Thenks for your lesson, you are perfect as always!

dimka

Thanks a lot , it was a good lesson.

ayed9

Thank you!!

syrkin

thank you ~~i come from malaysia …my grammar is not very well …the important exam is coming soon …..i will keep watching the video .

bear young

Alex i like ur teaching i wish i could like u

Alex

i wish i could like u

Alex

    I wish i could be like you

    Wasim Omer

respected madam iam ravibabu iam studying engineering but i have not such knowledge of english what will i do and my pronutation very bad
how to improve my english knowledge…from india

ravibabu

Respected mam your teaching style is very amazing.
Kidly tell me how i improve my english

fahim khan

hi

bijendra_kumawat

Hello Ronnie!
Your lessons are very helpful (I’ve seen all of them)und I’m grateful for what you do for all of us.
I have some questions, or it’s better to say, a suggestion.
I wonder if you could create a lesson about the differences between “start” and “begin” (and on the other hand “finish” and “end”).
I’ve looked up by a dictionary, aber the explanation there is so, “start means to begin…”
It’s a circle :(
It will be also interesting, if you explain, when we should use:
– finish + verb-ing/+to infinitive
– start + verb-ing/+to infinitive
– begin + verb-ing/+to infinitive
Thanks a lot in advance. I keep watching.

dari

    I meant, what is the difference:
    – between “start” and “begin”
    – and also between “finish” and “end”

    dari

    Start and begin are the same but we usually use start in conversation. Begin seems too formal.
    Finish and end are essentially the same but we use end to talk about roads, streets, lines.
    Finish we to talk about tasks…I finished my homework. I finished the book.

    Ronnie

      now you two to mention it. What is the difference between finish and end up. I’m getting quite confused with this. thanks and kind regards

      javierdediego

        Finish means you stopped doing something. I finished my homework.
        End up is the result of something. I ended up in Siberia.

        Ronnie

thanks alot Ronnie

phero

absolutely fantastic teaching by ronnie.. :)

mayu

thanks

yassir

thanks ronnie

david

hi
thanks so much it’s amazing
can u but a lesson about can , could , able to be

nary

thanks teacher

marbanful

can you teach me online ?
english business and how to write formal letter .thank you soo much

Haitham

im from Qatar,can you teach online english business,writing formal letters

haitham

thanx ronnie

mehdi

thanks teacher Ronnie
saludos desde méxico

marbanful

hi your lesson is very good for me thanks .can you tell me what is mean (share)and(twitter)

nina

    Share and Twitter…..Twitter is a social networking site like “Facebook”.
    Share (verb) means to give something to someone else. On Twitter and Facebook you share information.

    Ronnie

u r great,thank u very much:)

faiq1991

Thank you so much for making a webside like this. Im from Norway, so websides like this makes it easier!!:)

Ann-Kristin

Hi Teacher Ronnie Can u tell me how to post our pics in facebook and u are a great teacher i have ever met worldwide

LALA

    Sorry I cannot explain how to post pics on Facebook. You can use the verb have/has but in North American it is more common to use the axillary verb “do”.

    Ronnie

      Ronnie, sorry to say, but you are making too much grammar mistakes. It is correct to write “auxiliary verb” etc. Don’t be angry, I’m just noticing all mistakes I can, and it is the best way to learn something. I wish you all the best

      Mark

        I meant too many mistakes, I made one too. . .

        Mark

and one thing more i would like to suggest regarding a matter in question Tags can we write have nt it instead on doesnt it

Rawail

Because of that, I prefer to say: ” sheet of paper”….lol

Thanks for the video, dear teacher!

isadoralmeida

Thanks Ronnie for informing me about this matter . 1 thing more i would like to suggest that can we use grand pa instead of granpa or grandma instead of gramma

Rawail

Ronnie your teaching power is oustanding and a power that no one can win it .

Rawail

Thank you

Jaime

hello, I am first time watch this video and I’m flad that it so easy! I learnt english 3 years, but I have problem with pronunciation still, but diferents betwen s end sh is esay!!!

Majka

Thank you,………ssss! sh (the hospital)!!!…

barbaros

that’s good for me it’s really easy

touseefabbasi

Ronnie, you are so cute and unusual))) It`s a pleasure to watch your lessons. Keep teaching us and we`ll try to get better in knowledge. May I suggest something? Could you do lesson about such words as “wanna”, “gonna”, “gotta”? It would be very helpful for your students. Best regards. Natalie.

natalie777

    Ok I will try to do that lesson for you!

    Ronnie

      Thanks a lot Ronnie! :-) I am looking forward to it. Many hugs from Russia! :-)

      natalie777

your lesson ‘s so funny ^^

noraneko

I LIKE YOU ROONIE

HERMANK

i like u active teaching one line …. i speak english fast now

praveen007

Thankyou ronnie
I like your conversation it is very intersating.

doulat

Thank you ronnie
I like your conversation it is very intersating.

doulat

hello Ronnie
I liked so much your classes of english.

Natalia

great¡¡ nice page

sombritas7

thanks for your lesson, Ronnie :D can u tell me the difference among : “s”, “z” and “x”. tkz :D

jin812

oh thank you !!

wafer24

that’s good, thank you so much! ^^

thienhh.wru

ssss .. shhhh ..SO it’s simple
thanks

number1

Ronnie,

In my language Tamil Ronnie (Rani) means Queen.
You are really a Queen in English teaching.

Thanks

Siva

Ms. Ronnie you’re very effective teacher for me..the way you teach is very very cool not boring..and I can easily understand what you are saying.. ;) good luck

angela espinosa

Dear Ronnie,
thank you for your lesson which was very clear. I have a strange request!! Would it be possible for you to make a video with all the letters of the alphabet? (spelling) I mean I’d like you pronounce them all once (a,b,c…z!) because I confuse the pronounciation of some letters and I’m not always able to understand the address email of my customers on the phone!!! (when they spell it!)Thank you for your help.

Camille

Hi Ronnie,
your way of teaching is sooo charismatic! I love it:-)
And I have a question regarding this lesson about “s” sound in the middle of words or in word junctions. For example, when people say “classroom”, it seems that they pronounce “clashroom”..? Is this correct?

Elena

    It is not correct to pronounce classroom as “clashroom”. A lot of ESL students make this mistake because the “SSSSSS” is difficult to say for some people!
    Also, a lot of times we say “s” like a “Z” sound – for example boys sounds like ” boyz”.

    Ronnie

Dear Ronnie,
I really need your help! I mix up the pronunciation of some letters of the alphabet. It’s a big problem for me because I can’t write the names of the persons during a spelling. (I can’t write correctly their address email!)Please make a video about the pronunciation of the english alphabet!! Thank you!

milly

    Ok I will do that for you!

    Ronnie

      hi ronnie , i want to asked you a question . the “s” and “z” sounds in the end of word .Eg ” Lips –> lipz “. when we say fast . this ” z “sound hear like “s” sound . Is it right ? and Is this sound important in communication . when i said like that , do everyone understand ?

      martin123

        Hai! I hope my answer can give you helpful.
        The sound of lips no /lipz/, is / lips/ because when the endings of the word such as p, t, k, f, th, we should sound the ending word is /-s/. If you want more clearly explanation, i suggest you can watch Emma’s video which is ” pronunciation S endings”.

        Good luck.

        FONG

thank you so much

junior jeune

Thank you so much Ronnie, I really like your lesson. I’m very interesting in Your explanation that make me easy to understand your lesson.

Thanks.
Cecilia

Cecilia

ROMNNIE
THANK YOU VERY MUCH LOVELU

dreamman2011

Ronnie! I am very struggle to pronoun this s & sh words. But now I have an confident to speaks this words. Tks a lot

jayabal

Ronnie, i want to know how to pronounce “next,rest,best,just,rust,essential,excuse” and word like these in terms of s and shh.
Please help.

Gaurav

    Alll of the words are a long sssss sound!

    Ronnie

please tell me about different sound of england and america

ha

Thanks.

yenni

great thank but can you tell me how can i improve my speaking?

hewa761

Ronnie, your video is useful.Thanks a lot. I always have difficulty in sss and shh…
I am still confused about some words such as ‘sure’ and ‘sugar’, which is ‘s’ but pronounce shh. Can you please do a video on such special rules? Thanks

Sarah

    Sure and sugar are exceptions – you are right! I will try to do a video for you!

    Ronnie

      hı Ronnie, ı have just taken part in between you. Sarah’s question is sensible. does it has a video about that or ı missed???

      aysenur

    i am also bro , even i am able to pronounce sh

    ermahesh2009

I love the way you teach it is fantastic,Now I still needed to learn pronounciation it helps me a lot while I am watching you on video…

americanpinaypie

thank you ronnie for your work

kamal kabil

Hi Ronnie, how we pronounce cell & sell

thiru

    They are pronounced exactly the same!!

    Ronnie

      thanks for your reply

      thiru

Good lessons..it help me.

emma

ure very kind ronne really i wish agood life to you so ,i want invite you to come to egypt to see theOldest civilization in the world i will wait you, and i have qestion im confused dear from the hearing the english words i know te words but if any one speak fast i cabt understand im what i can do????

moorina

    Thanks for the invite, I’ve always wanted to go to Egypt!
    Listening is very difficult in English! You should watch movies in English with English and your language. This way, you can hear what the people are saying AND read what you don’t understand! Good luck!

    Ronnie

thx alot ronne and i promise you if you decide come to egypt i will wait you and i will be your best friend there ,so please can i have your facebook account or yahoo mail or any means of communications to you??
and thx for your advice

moorina

    This is my email!!!!

    Ronnie

wheres it???!!! i cant get it ????

moorina

hi ronnie…ur english lessons are really excellent and very useful for us…but basically i have some probs. Tht i cant speak english confidently even though i can easily understand all accent english.but cant speak what should i do now..its been a very big problem for me how can i fix this prob. Pls help me i want to speak english without any hesitation….pls give me some advice to fix my prob…

jinnarazz

hi Ronnie , i want to asked you a question . the “s” and “z” sounds in the end of word .Eg ” Lips –> lipz “. when we say fast . this ” z “sound hear like “s” sound . Is it right ? and Is this sound important in communication . when i said like that , do everyone understand ?

martin123

    Lips – sounds like an “s” all the time – never a “z”.
    The basic rules are – if the END of the word is voiced = your throat vibrates you say it as a “Z”. (n,d,v,e,r) eg —pens, reads, goes, lives cars, sees, hears.
    If it is unvoiced =your throat doesn’t vibrate. ( t, p, k, c, g.) You sound it like a “S” gets, bags, looks, stops, rice.
    Hope that helps!

    Ronnie

      thanks so much …. i hope you have good many lesson

      martin123

Hi Ronnie ,I like this lesson but I just wanted to ask what is the meaning Of Clash ? :))

Khaled

Hi Ronnie,

I completly become your fan now!!! There are few more teachers on this portal, but the way you present is phenomenal…I mean they are also good, but you are supperb. After watching every video i feel so much thrilled. I would like to convey my sincere thanks for such nice online resources and hope that you will keep helping us.

Regards
Narendra…

Narendra Shukla

tnx Ronnie

tuvshin

Hi, I love your English classes………

Herepin

I realy like your vidio. i can see improvement in mine english . thanks a lot

mahendra sharma

thans alot

mgkim1008

    고맙습니다

    mgkim1008

hello teacher can i ask you a question i want just to know the difference between for and since please thanks a lot

natalie

thanka alot but I want more and moe

sokara

I’m Indian and trying to learn English. I had attended lot of classes to learn English but no class could make me understand difference between s and sh.Today,I have watch only 7 minute video of Ronnie.And after watching this,I am able to speak correctly s and sh.Thanks to Ronnie and Thanks to all, who made this free spoken English programme.Now I always keep learning through http://www.entvid.com.
Deepak Soni

deepak soni

    That’s awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, will you please do a lesson on subject-verb agreement and when to use “s” to tell tense. Thanks.

Janette Kay

HI! MAM I’M CONFUSE ON PRONUNCIATION PLEASE HELP ME…..! MY FUTURE IS IN YOUR HAND (I AM FROM NEPAL YOU KNOW MOUNT EVEREST WHICH IS IN NEPAL) MAM YOU ARE GOOD TEACHER

SUSHIL KUNWAR

OMG !! The Clash ROOOOOOCKS !!! Thank ya Ronnie .

salimayoubi

    *I faught the law*

    salimayoubi

      I fought the law. It was originally done by the “Bobby Fuller Four”.

      Ronnie

Thanks a lot for all of this lesson it’s really helped me and my friends.

I would like to ask why we spell “S” in consumer and not “SH” as in sure??

thanks again and waiting your reply

Hala

    I don’t know. I did not make up the stupid English rules!

    Ronnie

I feel well at there and got more knowledge about grammar thanks for that

Mohammad Yaseen

Thank you so much for these excellent class you the best pleaseeeeeeee help me with the pronunciation in ch sh and I never never never never I can say world I don’t know why I trying and trying pleaseeeeeeeee help me out to figure out how to do it ……………

aleruizl25

    Ch you start with your back teeth closed and let the sound escape off your tongue and out between your front teeth= keep your back teeth closed. With SH put your lips out like you are telling someone to be quiet and blow the air out!

    Ronnie

And also all the word with w and d like world word war worth words it’s toooooooooooo difficult whyyyyyyy it’s impossible for me pronounce in a correct way please give me some trick.

Thank you you the best.

aleruizl25

    When you want to say W make your lips like you are going to kiss, then blow the sound out, ending in a small smile.

    Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie

chikhaoui

RONNIE MAM U R SSSSSSO GOOD..!!

ashokkumar1990

Hi, Ronnie! I like your teaching. it’s very fun. you are good teacher.! I’m from Thailand. and i’m student exchange in Canada. I’ve lived here for almost 5 months and 5 more months im gonna back to Thailand. but my goal, my english language skills, aren’t good right now! My English speaking and listening aren’t good! i’ll try to do. and I think i have some problem about pronouncing words.! and im always quiet. how should i do for my english? i’ll take your lessons to use it here. Thank you.

optimusio

thanks a lot…

marry

thank you

du32

hey ronnie…. i am hopeless.. today i was rejected by an interviewer because of the same as above mentioned lesson problem. he told me that i have a problem in my communication and the problem is the pronounce s and sh. now i got a little bit about this problem from your video. thnks a lot. will be waiting for your next lesson.
thnk you once again.

kabir

thank u

sunil

Thanks you so much!.Can you help me how to pronunce the l sound at the end of the word such as will, hill.It is really difficult for me.

anhnha

Hello Ronnie! I’m from VietNam and I want to speak English influently. So, thanks alot for your lessons. It’s very useful for me.

mailinh

Hai Madam Ronnie!

Teacher, if i want to bless my teacher or teacher’s illness quickly to be recovered, how i can say to them? What the idiom is suitable in this case? I heard they said ” pink health” and ” blue health”. What these meaning?

These questions are vital to me. I hope to hear back from you ASAP. Thanks a million my lovely teacher Ronnie!!!

Best regards,
FONG

FONG

    For anyone you can say “I hope you get better soon”.
    I have never heard of pink or blue health – google the meanings!

    Ronnie

Thanks

Mayank

i think that i know enaugh words grammar and sounds …i started listen english about 2years ago…
but when i try to speak i be shy fair and my voice be high … how can i be comfortable and flexible ? …
thanks from egypt
iam mohamed
thanks ranni ..

slophaki

Thanks you so much.
Would you show me the difference between 2 ways of pronunciation:
The first is /faiv/
The second is /faivə/
or anything like this.

anhnha

Thank you so much much much !
: )

nuzthakarn

Thanks so much! I will come back!

ddtap

Your teaching is very interesting, Ronnie!
But tell me how differently are pronounced these words:
“see” and “sea”, “sow” and “saw”,

Julien

    See and sea are the same “c”.
    Sow = “so”
    saw = saw.

    Ronnie

Thankyou Ronnie mam im verry happy. your classss atending time im handershod when you talk in the classss. (classss was “sh” shoot. thankyou verrmuch
Giri gokul INDIA

Giri gokul

Thanksh for this leshon.

Shawn

Ronnie, I am still having serious issues with “sh”, no matter how much I try it always sounds “s”. Is there any way I can improve it?
thanks!

bobby

this lesson is Useful So thank you very much :D

nada98

U r the best ronnie coz i always used to have the problem with s ans sh,after saw ur vidieo I get much better.thank u so mch and appriciate it.

rama

Thank you teacher Ronnie. I always have problem with s and sh sounds and never have a better way to overcome them until I learn your way.

David

awesome mam real now i can speak s ans sh very easily after watch this video thank you so much….

sanjeev

hi ronnie , i am alaa from palestine , your lessons are very very beautiful , my english langauge not strong , please send me in my email , my email is ala_ardah@yahoo.com

ronnie

you are a good teacher and i enjoyed your lesson

paul boateng

hi guys, I just wanted to say your that was very helpful.
Ronnie you’re my fav teacher, I like the way you teach it makes everything so easy, thanks a lot :)

Amjed

you really good woman
thank you

ali

Thank you teacher Ronnie Please how to pronounc ph – ch – and anthor letters lik that please i need lesson in this .you really good teacher thank you

aqeel salim

I live in the countryside where I cannot have conversations with E speaking foreigners.You’ve opened a new door to E pronounciation for me. This helps me improve my E. Your teaching is really great! Thank you so much!

Moon

Thanks Ronnie.

murphycwb

can you teach me how to pronounce paper..

kamal3510

Dear Ronnie,
I would like to know how to improve my english speaking because some people do not understand my speak and pronunciation. Please, suggest and advise me. I am waiting your reply. Thank you so much your lessons.
You are my favorite teacher.

Your’s Sincerely,
maw.

Myo Myint Maw

Hey Mam

First of all thank you for such a fantastic lesson.I was not aware that i have this sort of problems but now i am trying for sme international bpo they told me about this>But i can overcome from this whn i speak fast then tounge slipped automatically.Also i wna speak fast i.e general english plz give me some tips so that i can improve myself.

Thak you in advance

Rahul

Could you take a lesson from the expressions needed in the work-waitress, housekeeper?
Thank you for lesson. :)
CU

Mary

wow its too good . now i can speak the s and sh very well without any mistake

abhik

Interesting and awesome Ronnie

fahrizal_s

Thanks for the video is going to help me in my pronuntiation.

Paul Dixon

please, what’s the difference between BOAT and Ship?? thank you very much for your leesons !!!

nanou17

thanks You’re amazing!!!
will be possible a video with Can’t o can and
would have in contraccion and isn’t please.

ericalifornia

Dear Ronnie, Should I crunch teeth when I prounce “S”? Thank you.

meihua

Hi Ronnie, thanks for your lesson
take care

cep62

thankyou_merci pour touts le techere

rachedi

Dear, Teacher Ronie.
i hope you will give us a lesson about how to pronoun the words ending -s?

tuanbi

Hi Ronnie, thanks for your lesson . i am trying to speak sh from some year . still i am very afraid to speak something that start with sh like ship , sugar etc . i am trying but not able to improve please suggest some idea . i was have some problem with
i speak both cases
vo and oo — oo (resolve but not perfect)
sh and s — s ( have problem and afraid)
th and k – th (resolved)

waiting for your reply

ermahesh2009

hi Ronnie…I am from Philippines, I have a question about the letter s, some people think that I have a problem pronouncing it. I just hope you could hear me, because someone told me that there’s no problem. pronouncing different from what they do, does it means I’m wrong. And if I do, what should I do to make it right.

lorenze

Thanks Ronnie for your help it was an amazing video you’re really sssssmart! Take care

anibalgar

thank u

ann ann

Thank you.

phamquynhanh

Thanks Ronnie, you are an amazing teacher.

omarrodriguez

thank you soo much madam <3

Maria Said

I am so happy to be with you

Jean Alain

hi,can you please guide my on this words :=• Sour
• Sore
• Shore
how to pronounce or how should i pronounce these type of words.

sumit89

HELLO MAM, I AM USING THIS SITE FIRST TIME
I FELT GOOD AND I LED TO IMPROVE MY PRONOUNCE BECAUSE
I CLASH THE PROBLEM OF SA & SH
SO GIVE ME RESOLUTION HOW CAN REMOVE THIS CALAMITY?

Bhupesh@996655

I liked this lesson a lot. I wish all the best for you!! Thanks so much!!

cleonir gomes

thank you my mom

noviandani

I like yours advised and now I am trying to speak exact

amit1296

Hey Ronnie, I have very weird problem in pronuncing words like for example
“English speaking ”
In this the first word ends with sound sh and second word starts with s
I find it difficult to pronounce such phrases
Hope you understand my problem

Learningenglishsweet

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

Thank you Ronnie , This lesson will increase my pronunciation skill

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