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Thank you very much. This website is very useful and interesting.

Trang

    very nice website

    mohd

    yes ,, you r correct

    mfm3800

    thank you ,ronnie i love this website

    rishika

    you are right the lesson is useful and interesting

    Sandeep

    All roads lead 2 Rome

    kotoz

Thank U about this lesson, but I think it’s quite short. I’d like U give us more.

Tusk

thank you very much for interesting lesson

koug

Thank for the lesson

aldammak

hi thank u for ur lesson i really like it very much
im intersted in skype lesson pz answer me back

hamid

thank so much!it is helpful with me. good luck to you.

chanhatho

thank so much ! it’s very exciting for me.Good luck!

namvu29

i liked the way u taught…easy to remmember. Thanks

Kate

i would like to say thank you to all the teachers here in ENGVID i learned a lot from you guys…awesome….
may i ask question?
where could i start to improve my grammar?
there’s a lot of english topic, i dont know where to begin my lesson
Hope you help me…thank you thank you…

jeffreyleron

    You can start with tense

    Jeetu

thanks i hope mor and mor

alaa eldien

Thank you so much for this lessen, and thank you for this website, it´s help me a lot.

Amel

Thank you so much !

Jose29

Thanks so much! Your class is really nice!

alessandramedeiros

thank u so much teacher…………..

vipendra

thank u much
u are so great

ibrahim880

small things that really matter. It really helps. Big thanks.

kcir21

great teach

girl full of hope

    hi i hope u will get everything u dream about .. i can feel it (:

    yazanalnaimi

hehe plant is grows surely thank you for that

AshleyAshley

thanks a lot for that great job

manel

wy you didn,t ansar fo my qeatshan

shareef

    you now i love you

    shareef

      way

      shareef

Hi there !

My congratulations and my greatfulness for these very good and usefull english lessons !

Sincerely !
Zait

zait polozani

…good job!

mabell

Thank you so much…

-jeanelle

This lesson helps to develop my english knowledge.thanks for team members

bama

hi mam Ronnie,,am from the Philippines,,i keep on watching your lesson and am so happy because Ive learned a lot hope we could be friends.thanks a lot and God bless

oyette

thank you

brahimdoc

Thank you so much , it was useful lesson .

Tethkar

thanks

theepan.p

you are awesome!
may I ask you about “a”?
do you pronounce “а kid” like “a (cAr) kid” or “a (cAt) kid”?
cause we learnt at school “a” as “a – cAt”. Is it British or just incorrect?
thank you very much,
best wishes :)

Yuliya

I GROW UP IN / I WROTE IN EXSAM WHY IT IS MSTAKS

victor

    I think you could say

    I grew up in……..

    ThPson

thank you so much*_*,,god bless!

sittianne

hi my names eriny you lessons it verey good i aundstant but i have prolapm in english i wont leran english fast. thank you

eriny

thanka lot. Good lesson !. you’r a good and lovely teacher.

Raulo

I always enjoy the lessons.

baansuankhanunengvid

this website is very helpful to learn English..i am new on this website and started to see all the videos to improve my English.

Ravi Jaiswal

teacher..i think you made a mistake..in this lesson when you were talking about pregnancy..you said ” when you have a baby growing inside you…” without up.. am i wrong?? could you explain me this please?

romina

Excellent Miss Ronnie, Excellent!!

Dorian García

very good teacher

karam

Great explanation Ronnie.

Pavoreal

Great lesson
thank you

Leen

I love your voice.

svejk88

thank you so much for this lesson

& we’re waiting for more intersting lesson

issam

One Quick question teacher.

Can I Say:

I´m raising two children

Thank

Alejandro

Hi there !
Can I say “I was raised in Japan”

With thanks and regards,
Backer.

backer2211

thanks alot .. u are realy nice and cute with us ;) thnxxx again

ahmadco

i like that lesson but i d lik somehing advanced

simo

I was raised by grandmaa…..
Thank you!!

anly

teacher i love you. you are handsome. attractive stunning and gorgeous.

samatar

Thanks teacher that is a very nice lesson I know

Mehari

i have a poored grammer conversation which i whoud you to help out in your class

dalhatu

i have a poored grammer conversation which i whoud like you to help me out in your class

dalhatu

this is best for all pepole i am very thankful to the engvid teachers

farook

Thank you very much for the lesson Ms.Ronnie,you are the best teacher.And one more its very easy to understand.

Johnfilam

Thank you very much for the lesson Ms.Ronnie,you are the best teacher.And one more its very easy to understand.I wanna learn more.

Johnfilam

it´s very interested

joo

thanks……….

joo

very helpfull to distinguish between born & raised.

thanks.

Asif ( pakistan )

your teaching style is very perfect for understanding every little thing.

Asif ( pakistan )

hi all :D

lun

i want to learn how Definition myself ?

hosam

Dear madam, its noor from bangladesh, plz if possible make a vedio how to pronunce (plural) correctly, i cant pronunce plural, i shall be very grateful to u.

noor

Thanks for helping us :)

ragnet85

learning is fun…more power!!!

sandrah

THANK YOU GREAT JOB
GOD BLESS YOU
THANKS

jassi

I love Donie teaching and i liked you style
you are joker teacher i like it, how to i will get English or speaking tell me please Donie

kham

Thank you

bilal83

i like your teaching,but sometime problem in vidio.ronnie i love you very much.

kiran

thank you for the lessons you are a very nice teacher

nafae

she is an amazing teacher wow :D

clever

sure Ms.Ronnie, you may come in the catagory of plants, but belongs to a bunch of red flowers wich have good smell. As all of your students feel when watching your videos. Thanks alot.

shah399

in daily conversation about my biography, almost i was confused in these words which Ms.Ronnie discussed but not any more!!!!!!!!
Thank you very much.

shah399

Hi,Ronnie thank you for this usefll lesson.

Randa Awad

thanks so much .just i would like to be greatfull about what you are doing in this teaching video may god give you more knowlege to keep teaching us

toms kalufando

thank u mam!it is realy interesting.

savita

ilove this web site.i learn a lot and i got corrected my mistakes.And i just wanted to know how to use would and wouldn’t

t.a.samath

ronnie you doing good job
thank you so much

mahad

hello Ronni,
thx for ur online lesson, its very usefull ,
i gladly wANT to learn more about verbs,

Emily

thank u a lot & it’s usefull website

beowulf

hi. i’ve a doubt. could you tell me how to describe my homedown,and about me in english? because i’m studying IELTS i hope that your lesson will helpful for me…thanks

dhanabalan

    Do you mean home town???

    Ronnie

good lesson teacher thank u so much..

dhanabalan

Ronie, I love your lesson. Please help me with the pronunciation of
dad and dead
aunt and ant
thank you

Eleusa

hi intersting make me to do more

gez

thanks soooooooo much

fo2sh

Ronnie is very a nice instructor

Yousif Al-shitaiwi

nice video for English thinks alt

aziz

Hi
thank you very much for this lesson. It’s been very useful.I have a concern about a sentence that you you said: “I was raised” why some people say i was raise and not raised. Are you allowed to put the two verbs in the past like was raised? and can we say I did eat or i did ate. I hope that yu can help me with this confusion. thanks

reina

    Hello!
    In this sentence, I was raised, “raised” is an adjective. When we change a verb into the p.p. and use it with was/is it becomes an adjective!
    We cannot say did ate – as did (do) is an auxiliary verb. We change the do verb to past and keep the verb in the base form!

    Ronnie

      i was born in lebanon and i grew up there and i raised by mom and dad thank you so much ronnie

      zienali33

      ooh!
      now I understand!!
      Thanks Ronnie ma’am!

      utkarsh@LOL

thanks very much

last_wish

hi its interesting to do more

sheba

hi its interesting i do more

sheba

Thank you very much!!!!!.

victor

hello ms Ronnie ..how are you ?
when I say …I was brought up in Toronto ..
it means I left Toronto and for example now I’m living in Otawa??????????
please reply
thank you

mcrahim2000

    Yes, if you say I was brought up in a city that means you went to elementary and or high school there. Most Canadians move to another city if they go to university or college.

    Ronnie

megusta como ensenas el ingles gracias ronny

jesse

    De nada.

    Ronnie

think you so much fo

akramblitel

think you so much for this lessons0

akramblitel

Thank you!!!

sera

Hi Teacher! Thank you so much for this lesson. :D I want to ask u something.. You said people not grown. I heard from the song “I wanna grow old with you” is it correct sentence?

jhinks

nice

basmal

I was born in Egypt :) it’s good

mohamed

Thank you

tarcsaba9

thank u..

emma

Hi there is some confusion between your lesson and the quiz #2 so please say something .
thankyou sooo much.

addup

lovely topic Ronnie. I was born to be your man you were born tobe my babe lol, just kidding. that’s the tittle of a song.

Efrain

thank you very much but please can you connect with me in imail iwant ask you some quesions/

yousif

Great lesson! By the way I love the way you say “about”. It’s cute!

Jordana

dear mam,u r so sweet,it was lively to watch ur lessons :)

gopal

Hi Ronnie how are u. plz i want to know what do u mean by writing [one bun-in the oven ]? plz i need a response. thanks a lot Roro

Roro

    It means the girl is pregnant!

    Ronnie

I really liked this one, I didn’t know about the “brougth up” expretion (my teachers did not told me anything about it….
anyway thank you
Now I got a confussion; If i use “did” the verb must be in past or present?
tnx 2 u

mario

    When you use “did”, the other verb is usually a base verb!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,
Thanks for your wonderful explanation. I always looking forward to seeing a new video clik. THanks again and hope to see your another video again!
Mucho gracias!

Shing Mang Tun

thanks ronnie i love being taught by you even on the computer

faiz ul islam

ronnie pls tell that cant we use “grown up”

faiz ul islam

    Grown is the past participle of grow. So we have to use “grown up” with present perfect. Eg.. I have grown up in Canada.

    Ronnie

thanks

faiz ul islam

thanks maam..i started learn from today…and i am feeling well with you..

Satendra yadav

Thank you teacher.This was helpful.

randika

thanks for your very clear explanation

shajushabi

i like ur way of teaching and you are taking people attentions while watching these videos

Narayan

you are very helpful
Please help me with the pronunciation of B and P
and how can I make difference between them

mohamed2008

Thanks all of your lesson .I think you are the best teacher and you loved your job.

murat paksoy

No, sorry!

Ronnie

Hi teacher I am a new Student can you teach me.can you send massege to may email Thanks.

Hashmatullah ghazizay

Thanks teacher to show our mistakes.

lupe79

Hi Ronnie! I don’t understand clearly between “raise” and “rise”! thanks so much! nice day :)

chickie

    “Rise” is an intransitive verb and “raise” is a transitive verb.
    Intransitive verbs, like rise, do not require an object. “Rise” does not require an object to do the motion. E.g., the sun rises every morning; she rose from her nap around 2 o’clock. The sun is rising on its own as did the napping girl.
    Transitive verbs, like raise, require an object. “Raise” requires an object to cause the motion. E.g., she raised her hand to answer the question; She raised the girl up onto his shoulders. The girl moved her own arm to answer the question and physically lifted the child onto his shoulders.

    Raise is a regular verb: raise, raised, raised

    Rise is an irregular verb: rise, rose, risen

    Ronnie

      yeah right but i still love you

      firasaboala

      thanks Ronie much!

      chickie

      Dear Ronnie. First of all I would like to say thank you for your explanation. it helps me.
      Here, I wanna ask, what if I use this material of lesson to teach somebody? I mean this video. Is it a problem? (Please give some suggestions if I make a mistake on my language or my writing)

      Kardi Siboro

        You can use this to teach someone! No problem!!

        Ronnie

very nice

aden

again nyc

yadwinder singh

Hi Ronnie .. How are you ?
I just love the way you teach .. I am from Pakistan .. Actually I am applying for immigration to Australia and my english is very weak so need your help in that . Joined many academy’s but couldnt understans them . Can you please giva me your skype Id ? It’ll be a great help . I hope to get your reply ..
I love you. :)

hina

Hi Rannie
Hope everything is ok with you.
I need your help, I’ll do presentation tomorrow about Negotiation and I have to put “Thesis statement”. I’ll write this sentence, please review it and tell me if it effective or not and if it good grammatical..
My thesis statement is: Negotiate professionally everyday in all situations.
Waiting your answer ASAP.
Thanks advance.
Mira

miraaaa

    Please Miss. Ronnie answer my Questions.

    Miraaaa

    Yes, it is correct!

    Ronnie

Hey Ronnie, your videos are plenty helpful! Could you make a video telling us some expressions or words commonly used by canadian people? Well, I’d like to speak the canadian english. It would help me, eh ? :)

breeeeeno

    OK eh!

    Ronnie

nice , i lke it

vinod

nice job.

fatiima8

good job our teachers

mustapha

thanks.

meng978

Hi Ms.Ronnie,
Is this correct?I was born in canada brought up in toronto and grew up there??..

sachie

i like ur way of teaching and you are taking people attentions while watching these videos..thanks

karwan

Iam watching your video in the UK thanks for help.

karwan

thanks Ronnie . You are the best

best wishes,,,
zozo

zozo

thank you!

dobserver

Do people really used “grow” example in Japan ? That’s really lol :D eh !

leongethan

thanks ronnie for this amazing video for us. i need some help for preparing IELTS exams. ihave some problems in speaking module…could you help me for it? thanks

pkd5688

Ronnie it is nice lesson.

yoniwa55

Thank you. Ronnie. for very clear explanation.

Galina

when I meet a foreigner, I donot know how to start to chat with them (because I wanna practise my enghlish skill).And I wonder if he/she likes this.Ms.Ronnie, can you help me,please?

que linh

I grew up learning English from my School but I never had an English Teacher as efficient and amazing as you. Thanks Ronnie. I am grateful that I am learning from you.

loveyleena

Great Presentation!!! thanks a lot.

Kardi Siboro

thanx a lottt ….

pooshan

Hi, how are you Ronnie?

I am learning a lot. :) You are clarify all my question.

THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU…….

chesarin2610

Hi Ronnie !! I’ve also grown the same plant you have shown in your video… lol cheers !

hungriaind1

Thanks a lot Ronnie.

geop147

RONNIE THE BEST TEACHER EVER <3 <3 <3 <3

DALI OLIC

I’ve learned a lot here. Thank you :)

maureen87

yet but some time people tell “you’re a grown man behave like one” correct if i am wrong

Ivan

Thank u Ronnie you are a good teacher

Rasha

thank u.i like the way you talking english. good luck

nouri

i was born in lebanon and i grew up there and i was raised by mom and dad thank you so much ronnie you great teacher

zienali33

can we say little grew for children?

lakshmanan k.

Very helpful indeed.

I was born in South Sudan.
I was raised by my Granny.
I grew up in Gogrial town.
You made my day.

Deng

Now I start my day with your lessons, Ronnie. Thanks a lot:-):-):-)

vitaly73

very very Thank u Ronnie you are a good teacher . best wishes,,

faisal

Very nice website. Thank you very much Ronnie

Andrea

i love this site

omar

Thanks so much for all!

Ronnie, I have learned a lot with u, since I saw your videos in youtube, I have improved my english so much!

kisses and hugs
Camila

Camila

Realy thank you, I got benifit.

Mohamed Salah

thank you Ronnie , you are very nice

aboislam

thanks ur a nice teacher

Iryna

nice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¨
and i was born in swiss!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

apinaya30

:)nice :)::9

apinaya30

Thanks Ronnie!

andreiabeletati

objection on t 2nd q-n.
I grew up in ….. (u said in t lesson >for plants)
t q-n s wrong itself…
ps. I ve chosen t last variant ’cause may be t verb ‘born’ if t V2 form is t same . I born in tokio = (in t meaning of )gave birth

teacher38

I was brought up by my mom means – her mom raised him or his mom brought him to canada ?Which one is the correct meaning ? Can you please help me to solve my confusion .

rashmidevkota1

    Brought up = raised by.
    Brought to = traveled.

    Ronnie

Nice hair!

Easop

Hi Ronnie, thanks u are very nice teacher and love u job.

Sombra

Ronnie, thanks for the video, but, whats happened, are you sad???

michael10k

Hi,Ronnie.
I’ve a question here.
I heard u said “When we were children” but normally I hear ppl say “When we were a child”
is this correct too?

vivianhuey13

you look great my queen.

İsmail Hakkı Belgin

hi my ticher ronni . i love your tiching. your voice and act is very easy and interesting . pleas help me . i am new refugee in america , i have been for 5 months only , i am not perfect in inglish langoge , so what can i do plz, THANKS

mendefera

hi Ronnie

je dois améliorer mon test 60%

thanks

karimdauphin

Hi Ronnie,

I like your way of teaching,good work!!!I am a graduate in Software engineering.I passed out in 2011,but i didn’t get any job yet because of my poor english speaking ability.When i go for an interview,i ll get nervouse and i wont be able to answer any of the questions thereafter.I know the answers but i don’t know how to express that idea in english,may be because of my poor vocabulary.And i dont know how to differenciate between past,present and future…and when to use can,could,may,might,will,would..etc.Please help me.

Rose.

Rose

Hi Ronnie, i’m brazilian and i love your lessons! i would like to ask you about a question: i heard sometimes a lot of texts using ‘ing’ as infinitive. An Example is “I enjoy browsing through the paper pages”, in portuguese it looks like a infinitive, there’s some rule about it or i’ve ‘lost the point’. Thank you so much. :D

Geverson.

geverson

Thanks a lot :)
great <3

callellaks06

you’re so funny and your lessons are useful.
thanks a lot!!!!

apple3012

hi Ronnie ur lesson is useful.. but can u teach us how to writes in sentence..

sheeda

Hello Ronnie, Thank you very much for your lesson. I have a doubt with the quiz no. 2, please clarify my understanding. Before this lesson I ever learned the lesson of Emma that is “Grammar Mistakes – GROW or GROW UP?” followed this link….. https://www.engvid.com/grow-or-grow-up/. Emma’s lesson is not compare the different of tense so after I learned your lesson I have a question to ask you, when to use “grow up” and when to use “grew up”. The more I think, the more I confuse because it can use in both situation of children say about now and future and adult say about the past ????? -_- Thanks for your time ^_^

prapatsornpal

Dear Ronnie I would like to thank you very much for not only this lesson in particular but for all the amazing, enthusiastic and interesting engvid lessons of yours. You are an excellent teacher. In one of your lessons, you mentioned that after am/is/are we should add to the verb ed/ing, I would like to know if the same rules apply when you use was/were. For example, I was tired, they were engaged in the

sacosta4

domo zembu wakarimashita!!!

kadota

Thanks a lot Ronnie@@
I was brought up by my mom and dad.

huenhanp102

Thanks Ronnie!
All lessons that you guide is very wonderful.

AnPham

how amazing web site! I love u all! :)

tahmineh

hello RONNIE,
I admire your lessons but I ask you a tip: I want an order to follow your lessons from the first level, thank you for your answer
best regards

khattabi

Thank you very much!!! teacher.

Maria2013

thank you for lesson. i really love this website.

Teerasak sarawong

Thank you Sooo Much !!

rheajeany

I was born in Armenia. I was raised by my mother and father. I brought up in Armenia. I understood this lesson and got 80, I have only one mistake. Thak you Ronnie, you are best teacher :)

Narek90

Best Coach is Ronnie ! Thanks

dizog

Thanks a lot Ronnie! I like all your lessons which are real life. It’s easy to understand :)

Ami nguyen

Hi Ronnie,
you are great teacher. Thanks a lot
take care

cep62

Dear Ronnie, i love so much your lessons! But i didn’t understand why Beyonce is singing “..if i where a boy..” thanks :D

Garik

i was raised by my mom and dad, they took care me very well. i love them… and i like your lesson today. great thanks ronnie…

tarun sajaus

Thanks Ronnie. I got 100% :)

Ho Tri Thuc

tnx a lot teacher :)

pochashahin

This lesson was very useful for me. thanks a lot
you’re great

reza_gh

Thank teacher. Before, i tought that the only way to say was GROW UP now i know that raised and brought up. By the way, i grew up in Venezuela and i was raised by my mom.

Briceno9

thank u so much ronnie teacher.

jeffson gomez

thanks you veru much

kira777

Thank you Ronnie.
I was born in Thailand.
I was raised by my parents.
and I was brought up in Bangkok.

Tomtam Tuta

quiz’s are too esay

ognoo

Ronnie, I always have made a mistake when somebody asked me about where I was born. I remember have told:

I grew in Venezuela,…., lol!,

Well, but now that you have helped me to make corrections in my grammar, now every time that somebody make me the same question, I will answer to
them

I brought up in Venezuela, or I grew up in Venezuela, or I raised in Venezuela.

Thank you Ronnie!!!

Douglas Lagos

I was sometimes confused about how to answer this question but now I’ve been helped by Ronnie. Thank you very much Ronnie . You are a very teacher! I like your manner of teaching …

coulibalymamadou01@yahoo.com

this website is very usefull for begginer student

mohamadismailtalash

I like this !!! The best teacher! =)

MichelleLuz

i answered all the questions correctly…is there any present for me??ronnie :p

Hjepol Hjkasim

5/5

ann ann

Thank u

Junde Bayuni

Thank you so much :-)

werawan

thank u so much for this lessson. It’s very helpful and intresting!

Emka0926

Hi mam.
I hav a request plz make a video of “country names with silent letters and also some tricky country names”with their pronounciation plz..

nani dasari

Very useful lesson. Thank you.

Abhi

thank you very much.

ebihand

The best teacher!!!! :D:D:D

DirtyJeans

hi i want to learn english

Hamayoun khogyani

thanks to you Ronnie :)

Lalaine Bolongon

Aaaa, thank you!!!

Annit

Thank you so much!!

cleonir gomes

Thank you so much for your nice lesson. It’s really helpful for us………..

mominaust

Thank you so much :-)

noviandani

Thanks Ronnie, Am Grow up her with your lessons.

corolla

Thanks a lot

Hamadahelal96

Thank you, ♡

torodang

thanks Ronnie!!!

Leon Snow

Thanks Ronnie.. you are the best.

Mohamed Ali Moyasser

i got 100 / 100 thank’s so much my teacher ronnie i love you so much <3 you help me a lot i never forgot that thank's so much

Marwan201090

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you ,very much Iam bigener studen

Baflah

Thank you.

Muleba

Thank you teacher
You are best teacher in the word

Farzin vafaei

Thank you, Ronnie :)

dreamk7x

100/100 !!
I was born in Córdoba, Argentina, and I was raised by my parents.

ilerey

Thx Ms!
I was born in Rwanda. or I grew up in Rwanda.

Ronnie, are these 2 sentences same?

Paul HITIMANA

    That’s a really good question! They don’t mean the same thing, because sometimes people move around. For example:

    “I was born in Rwanda, but my family left the country when I was just a baby. I grew up in Tanzania.”

    Or, “I have lived in Canada for most of my life, but I grew up in Rwanda.”

    Does that help?

    engVid Moderator

      Thank you!

      Paul HITIMANA

Ronnie, i need your help about when do we use present perfect tense. because i always make confusion with simple past.

Thank you!

Paul HITIMANA

thanks teacher

bossyare

I was born in Honduras and my mother tongue is Spanish.

kankyhn

thnk you verry much

badeeanana

I got 100 in the quiz.

phlivino

100 ^_^

sabah Ali

This plant there I know

Inacioigne

5/5! I was born in the small town of China, where have a thousand years of history.

Jerry Gu

Thank you so much for this lovely class.

petersonvdf
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