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It was a nice experience, doing this lesson.


    hi thanks for the lesson


hi, ronnie
this is shahbaz you are excellent teacher i love your teaching specially ur expresion is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooogood.

my question?
could u tell me what is my 1st lesson?
i am waiting ur response very patiently.
regard shahbaz

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    You should start by learning basic vocabulary and the “wh” questions!
    Good luck and thanks for watching!

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      Hello Rronnie tanks 1 want to learn english.SEVIM

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      what are “wh” questions?


        who what when where why and how.

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      Hello teacher Ronnie!
      I’m Amira from Algeria!
      I badly want to thank you for all efforts you’ve been doing for us!
      I love your funny way of teaching,I love you so much!
      Thank you for being my teacher!

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      thanks alot mrs ronnie :)

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      thanks you too

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Thank you for your help.


thank you very much for this ^^


It’s very useful lesson. I’m fond of your way which you teach. Thank you a lot.


thanks so much

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This is the best page I’ve ever found. Everybody learning english should watch it.Congrats.

Aldemar Torres

hi again Ronnie.Really, i feel good for see new video again beacuse i intersted when i had been watch it.My question for you. i use {i lost what i have or own as like wallte,pocket,husband,my book, SO USE I+LOST}but something not own to me as like road as like hours somthing is pubilc can’t be private & speacially for me i say I+AM,WAS+LOST ….} tell me my thought is wrong or wright. i can request from you to correct my sentences & tell me how i can ask you .thanx alot


    You can only lose something that you possess! You cannot lose a road, or a building unless you own it.
    There are exceptions to this for example I lost sleep, I lost my mind, I lost time etc…but these are idioms!

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mean look me at my sentences & tell me what is right what is wrong & what i should to say for my question .Ofcourse,if you have space time to do that
have anice day Ronnie


thank you very much for your lecture
may god bless you

DR.zaid al-muhaisen

Thanks Ronnie ,

but what about Mousa note, is it correct ?

the public things == use ==> am lost
the private things ==use==> lost my

thanks for nice lesson.


    simply to say :

    I lost my wallet (–> something you had before) lost = v2

    I am lost (–> in one situation)
    lost = adjective = v3 = passive

    i hope it helps

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Thanks Ronnie . . . .

Andi Gusnawan

thank you very much…


perfect , I liked that , I’m Brazilian and Im an english teacher too, and it waas very helpful =D

luan sousa

Hi Ronnie can i have a page that is full with English words English – English ( the most important 500 words in English )
thx alot
Husam alsallal

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Hi dear Ronnie.Thanks to you for this useful lesson.

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so happy , easy to understand<3 big thanx


its good to learn new languge .thanks to you .i want to in advance level what can do ?


thanks alot


Thank you best teacher ,it was so useful and easy to understand

i love you and your best lessons ,im sure i will be than before with your


my greetings

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Thanks for the explanation of Gemayel, but not explaining why a new lesson every day, I had grown bored and I wait for new lessons

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Ronny you are so good


Greetings from Afghanistan:
In the quiz, i selected “Dog” in the multiple choice. I lost my wallet. Wallet was check as correct and Dog wasn’t. Could you kindly clarify. Thank you.


Thanks for comedy explanation!for that! I got the perfect score!thanks!

hector ararao

Thank you for your excellent teaching.

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I enjoy studying the language with the Queen


Hello Ronnie!!!You describes it very well.I have heard many English lessons from you.Your kind of teaching is excelent.Please accept my congratulations……CARLOS


Hi Ronnie! Many thanks for your lessons! Now “Lost” isn’t confusion for me any more


I can say : I’m lose ( PRESENT SIMPLE) or I’m lost like i

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I can say:”I’m lose ” ?????

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    No, you cannot say that. We only use the past participle (p.p) of verbs as adjectives. The (p.p) of lose is lost!

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      hi ronnie
      i wanna talk to you and learn some english. i graduated my first class than i have to pass my exam please help me
      thanks care yourself .


thanks it was one word but a great lesson

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Hi dear Ronnie. I’m very hapy because i star to understand English, thanks for yur big help.Please I will like to get your video for my own lesson, and how much does cost. Sorry my English is no so good, Thask again.


Dear Ronnie. Thans for your help. but I’ll like to get your video for my own classes how i’ll get it and how much does cost. please send a email. thanks


    As far as I know there is no way to get the videos. Please email the site administer and ask them!

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      hey Ronnie!

      your teaching style is superb! i need your favor, can u please tell me, how can i send an email to the administer? what’s his/her email address?


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        I am sorry I don’t know I will try to get the email for yoU!

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    Best way to show your classmates know how to speak English more is… tell them go to this website. Because:
    1. From one video they watched, they could feel confused.
    2. If they get confusions from some video, they can ask the teacher teach in that video.
    3. If you want to get this video to show your classmates, if they have questions to u, so( sorry to say this, hi,:D) sometime you could not get for them answer like the teacher in here could!
    Hi! :D! Good luck!
    Whoever is show this from u will be very lucky! :)! ;D!

    binh phan

Thanks for your help.You are the best teache I never had. Thanks, again


ronnie are you rec new lessons ?


    Yes, soon!

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are you rec new lessons?


    she said, yes

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hi ronnie please help me i have question for you. Meet will cannot come today. Is it right or wrong please tell me and thank you for your great lessons have a great life


    That sentence is wrong!

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i can say:”I’m lost ”

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Please help me. Which is correct ?
1.Not a word has she said since the film started.
2.Not a word had she said since the film started.

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    Both sentences are correct, depending on the tense – if it is past perfect # 2 is correct. #1 refers to present perfect.

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      We can also say ” She hasn’t said any word since the film started” and i think this is more useful,isn’ it Ms Ronnie??


May you teach me the correct use of ever, never and even ? I often make mistakes.

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    I will try to make a video for you!

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Hi Ronnie,
Thanks for this video!
Could you make one about won and win?
Those’re very confusing for me!!
Thank you!! :)


    I will try to make a lesson for you!
    Win is the present tense, won is the past tense. I always win at chess. Last night I won the game.

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thank u mam


Hi Ronnie I would know if I can use “Lost” in this emotional expression: “I’m lost of you”. In this sentence I meant: “I totaly fallen love with you”. Is it corret to say that? Thanks and a special hello from Venice in Italy


    No, we never say “I’m lost of you”! Do you say that in Italian? Sometimes things don’t translate because they are idioms!!!!
    Thanks for watching and good luck!

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      Hello my best teacher Ronnie.First of all i hope you’re doing well. i just have something to add, we can say :”i’m lost because of you” and here we can imagine the situation, 2 guys were in a picnic,and one of them followed the other as a leadership,but finally,he realized that his friend didn’t have any idea where they are going to.so he says: “i’m lost because of you,and you clamied that you know the way!!”


        or you can say this to flatter your boy/girlfriend, like poem.. ;)
        “I’m lost because of you.. oh, how I miss your touch..” :P

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Ronnie, I like u so much.
Whenever I watch ur video, I will smile and get knowlwdge as well.


I need videos in inglis to practic listening

Lenis Gaviria

what is a great explaination of lose / lost ..!great lesson from a great teacher ..
i hope to see more and more of your lessons .. it is so useful ..really i do love u ..thanks ..
god bless you ..

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Hi, could you tell me, where I cam improve my vocabulary.Its better to suggest text book.

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Hello Ronnie!!!Your kind of teaching is very nice.You describe everything very clearly.If I had an English Language School I would invite you to work there.You are amazing.I hope everything in future works out well for you.Congratulations…CARLOS


you´re my best teacher.. it´s very easy whit your help.. thanks a lot…so do you help me i don´t understand want vs like. :(


Hello Ronnie, could you help me with words speak and talk? how can i use it well?.
very good classes, you are fantastic!!…


Dear Ronnie,
I am so excited and i understand many things since i am using the engvid.com
i have a suggestion:-
could you make a Vocabulary Book or a video clip?
using the basic American words(special Vocabulary)with description .
i have one vocabulary book Called(VOA special English word Book) this book is so much helpful for me.but the problem is only its not a Video Vocabulary.
i hope you can make like this one, english vocabulary video.
Thanks once again Dear Ronnie.:)

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Thanks Teacher Ronnie! :)

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really this is useful video. Hi Rani, your teaching is very very good. i like your teaching. thanks a lot.


Thanks Ronnie, you are the Best!


Thank you dear Ronnie, it was a nice video.

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hello Ronnie , well i have a problem with ” in , on , at , to ” , where and when should me use each one of it ? please help me , have you a video of these words !!

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this is the best and the easiest way to learn english


hi ronnie . i want to ask some questions regarding canada . Can you describe it how is it and what are the conditions of visa I will be waiting for your answer . tuanks


    Sorry I do not know about getting a visa in Canada!

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bonjour ronnie . Je tiens a vous demander utiliser adjectif . Je suis en attente de votre reponse bientot . grace.


i hope you would know french


You are great

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    You are great too..
    good luck fcabrera


hi ronnie i want to ask about the canadian immigration . how long it will take to get visa if we are five members in a family . plz write me soon .

lala - rukhsar

      hi engvid
      it’s me again
      I heard this phrase twice in movies(any given sunday and platoon), and I hardly want to know exactly what does mean
      “the six inches in front of face”
      I google it but there’s the speech of Al
      thankx guys

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      hi engvid
      it’s me again
      I heard this phrase twice in movies(any given sunday and platoon), and I hardly want to know exactly what does mean
      “the six inches in front of face”
      I google it but there’s only AL’s speech
      thankx guys

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        “the six inches in front of face” I am not to sure what that means. “Six inches in front of his face” would mean that the thing is very close to his face!

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Thank you ronnie teacher. your lesson is excellent.thanks a lot


I ve found my way with that lesson. I´m not lost anymore!

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thank you very much ma’m………


I enjoyed this lesson, teacher you are winner

Arthur Enriquez

hi teacher, im here to ask you if it is possible to have your videoes to learn english perfectly..
and specially i want the videoes that talk about how to improve speaking (i mean conversations) .


u look so funny :)


Hi Ronnie,
How’re you hopefully fine.I’m Touseef Abbasi from Pakistan and i love your’s way of teaching and your’s style is also unforgettable so lovely.
Ronnie learn English in Pakistan and also from your’s site i learn lot of things from you.
i want to improve my English speaking and here i haven’t any whom with i speak can you give me any idea how i can improve my speaking.
tatata bye bye:-)

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    The best way to improve your speaking is JUST TALK!!! Don’t be shy or afraid to make a mistake. If you don’ t know any English speakers around you, start an English speakers club – make an ad on the internet/local newspaper and begin your own English speaking group! It does not mater how many people are there – just as long as you can all talk! Also, you can look for existing English speaking groups in your area!
    Good luck!

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      hi ronnie. this is so helpful… i will try it and i will try my best to speak english well! tnx

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      wow1great idea..thanks teacher Ronnie:)i love ur way in teaching!regards to ur team:)God bless u Ronnie!

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thaks teach ronnie !!!!☺☻☺☻☺☻
thanks twice !!

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can we say, the baby lost in the city and her parents looking for him.


    You have to say “The baby is lost, and her parents are looking for HER”!

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hi ronni, you teach very vell thanks for help me

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My respected teachers:
you all are great teachers. I love you all. keep teaching english. thanks

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hi hello my tacher

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Hi ronnie this is very useful you’re so amazing

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thank you very much. You are the best teacher

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You are so funny lol

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I have a question, How I know the order of the clasess that I have to do? Or, there is no order at all?

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    There is no order, but you can begin at the beginner level and work your way up! Even if you have studied English before, it is always a good idea to review what you have learned!

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    No order! You can sort by level, teacher, or topic and find the lessons you are interested in.

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i got prefect to the quiz 5/5^^nice i learned a lot teacher Ronnie:)ty

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Hi really you are the best

I have one question please
Can i say ” when i stay her more i lose my mony ”

With kind regards

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You have a bit kind of humor that become you sensual, beautful and wonderful. Please, send a e-mail to me (crebio@cpao.embrapa.br). I want read something from you exclusively for me!!!!


hello Ronnie! can I say: “I’m missed” instead that “I’m lost”?


    No, “I’m missed” is incorrect to say when you are lost.

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I am glad to find this site. Thank you for your efforts.


what is the mean of “any thing else”


    “Anything else?” means is there another thing you want.

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plz tell me “which is the way that i can get help about english conservation?


    There is a lesson coming soon to help with conversation!

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Hi Ronnie nice explanation thanks

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hi. My name is Danielle, and i am learning english, because i love this language, but i have difficult to speak. i like this class. thank you for your help. :-)

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thank you for help us
go ahead my teacher

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hello Ronnie, I was learn more in your lesson. you speaking very clearly and my mum understand little bit, because she wasn’t speak english very well. but i try to learn to her but she don’t understand what i am saying. can i have some basic english for my mum please…


    Sure… look on the website for “beginner” lessons! Good luck to you and your mum!

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Thank you Rannie.I learn more and more

Mahnaz shahbaziasl

yes ican learn eng . am so beginer

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Hi Ronnie, i love your lessons :) please do seprate videos of ‘tenses’ and parts of speech..


    Helllo!!! There are already videos on the site for tenses! I will try to do parts of speech for you!!! Thanks for watching and good luck!

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Thank you very much my teacher i am hnan of saudi Arabia and i understood this lesoon Look good me and i can answer all your questions


Thank you

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hi ronnie

how about being defeated? is it correct to say “i’m lost(at the game)”? or the only way to say it is just “i lost the game”?

thanks for the help

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    “I’m lost(at the game)” is wrong in this context… it means that you are at the game and you are physically lost.
    “I lost the game” means you were defeated.

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      For concentration, as asked , can we say ”I lost my concentration in/at the game”?

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thanks for teaching


could u plz teach us what if ,although, neither ,How can I properly use them.Love u


how can i do a quiz? i click the quiz above, but nothing happen.

le trong phuoc bui

Ronnie ur simply the best thnks for helping us .i;m still facing dificulty in pronouncing th sound.


I like your the way of funny teaching,you’re good teacher.

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I’m not want to be a loser learning english. this is the right way to learn english engVid. thanks cute,redhead from Canada,xoxo.


nice teaching method


i almost didn’t want you to leave

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Hi! Ronnie.
I often said, I lost my weight.
Now i know correct conversation.
Thank you for your help.



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i wouid like to lean more lesson from miss ranni.her’s teaching way easy to understand.actually i wii try to be a native speaker helping your advice.


hhhh thank you for this video
I want to learn a lot
can you help me ??

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Please keep up the good work!

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ronnie i’m lost whithout you


without engvid.com I’am lost…….i got perfect score.

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teaching is very good…

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Thanks my dear Teacher Ronnie.

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thank you


Hi Ma’am ronnie, what are the difference between LOSS.. LOST.. & LOSE.. I really really confusing how to use correctly in that words. plz explain it to me bye and god bless…

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

    Lose/lost = verb= can find/did not win………. I lost my wallet.(past) The Reds will lose the game.(base)
    Loss = noun. Weight loss is important in America.

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Hi Ronnie, it’s really a pleasure for me to see your videos, i like the way you teach, really fun, cool, not boring. I wanna ask you some questions which is not related to the section of this lesson. my questions: Is it right that Past Simple emphasizes the use of “time” of something that we did in the past and Present Perfect emphasizes the “work or the result of work” that we have done in the past? and whats the difference between Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous tense? I need your answer and I hope the answer from you can be really helpful for my confusion in this case. Thank you :)

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    You are right about present and simple perfect!
    Present perfect continuous has “ing” on the verb…Ex I have been living in Indian for 4 years. We use this for an action that started in the past and is still true now. Present perfect the action has stopped. Ex. I have lived in India.

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      Thanks so much for your answers Ronnie.
      Have a nice day! :)

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Hi Ma’am ronnie how are today, I hope you always ok by this moment.. Ma’am ronnie what’s the different between the worD… LATER & LATTER… please make a lesson for me regarding that words thanks and god bless you!

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

Come on Ronnie, why do you teachers try to trick us? We all no you are alone in the classroom, there are no students attending while you teach. It’s obvious, we’ve never heard them make any noise, or voice. I’m right, aren’t I?


    We teachers are magical wizards and witches, with beautiful dragon and unicorn students. They do make noise and answer questions but you can’t hear because you don’t believe they exist!

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      Philosophy is something I’ve always liked. I hope the students don’t breathe the fire from their mouths :) Thank you for your answer ;)


      Ronnie, your are really amazing, I love you, thanky you so much!!!

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u are the best teacher


    Thank you, I’m trying to be :)




hey Ronnie!Thenks for help friend!


nice test, i scored 100%, thank you very much Miss Rani. i am taking your classes. my english was nothing but it’s now being something.


hi,ronni ,i live in REGINA(CANADA) from pakistan,i loved ur teaching method.i have accent problem,plz give more lesson pronounciation.Thanks.


Hello Teacher
thank you for lessons


helo mdm ronne, simply i typ smethng in youtube reg spokn englsh by acidnt i got ur website today i has watchd two clses and its very nce . I want to knw whch one is fst cls. I am sure i sugest to my fndz watch ur valuable cls regas. Yusuf


Many thanks for your lesson ,, :)

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hi iam from United Kingdom thank you so much ronnie have nice time.


thank you Ronnie lovely teacher


You said I must not say : “I lost weight ! All right. Is it the alone exception ? For instance must I say I lost apetite or my apetite ? Thanks you very much for your answer Kind regards

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    Sorry Ronnie! Forget this text Please watch the second ! Thank you very much

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excuse me Ronnie i wanted to write:
You said I must say : “I lost weight ! All right. Is it the alone exception ? For instance must I say I lost apetite or my apetite ? Thanks you very much for your answer Kind regards

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    Yes, I lost weight seems to be the only exception I can think of!!!

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      Hi I download your videos regularly and learnt plenty of things from you and other speakers as well. Here is a question for you, quite tough, but no one is perfect. Why don’t we use ”my weight”?. Thank you and you are my best teacher.

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thanks to this lesson.when do i use the p.simple & p.perfect in speech?

ELfatih A/allatif izzedin

Hi Ronnie,
Thank you very much for your a great knowledge and a great effort

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thank you thank you thank you

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you are a great teacher who made English like a pastry …..nice to have it….thank you very much….regards, Somdev Paramel -India

Somdev Paramel

Hey!Great job!Thank you very mush.But when me can use loose?


    Loose is an adjective – it describes a noun. Ex. The pants are loose. My tooth is loose.

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Thanks teacher

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I am hassan hosni
I stydy english because I love this language , it is my favorite language .
thank for Good . who made yoe a teacher for me .


thank you teacher!! I am stydy English I have to learn English, because I am living in USA


thanks for the lesson


Think you so much

Ahmed bakadam


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thanks teacher for your ossom lesson.Not only i but every body learn more from your lesson

chandra subba

Hi RONNIE, your classes are nice.
In fourth quiz question, If you went to a new city and took the wrong bus, you might say “I am lost.”
But I feel “I lost my way” is the perfect answer. Because if I went to a new city with group of people and I was lost by them, I can say “I am lost”. But In the above question, I am doing the action. So it should be “I lost my way”.
Please explain me. Before that say big hi bcz I am your big fan.


Hey Ronnie , i already said that but i have to say again.. Im impressive how all your lessons are so useful.. Many thanks one more time..


Hello, Your lessons are very useful, thanks Ronnie.

Li Ra

hi Ronne thank you for a reach information i hope to see you


hi Ronne ur lesson r very usefull i want more lession..ur my good and best english teacher


Thank’s a lot Ronnie !!!


thank you very well. I like your B… You are good girl …


^____^ good job ^_________^

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Ronnie taught very good lesson, She is very good teacher

Gulab Singh Negi

Hi, teacher. I appreciate ur teaching way. The lessons are very useful for us. I’m desire to be fluent English. what do you advice which way is the most effective learning grammar or only watching video. I’ve been learning English since september, but still I’m not believe myself. I can’t keep conversation going, my English talk always dies in a few minutes. Everyday I learn new words but next day I feel that they already lost from my mind.


the way of teaching English is fantastic.
I understand better the difference between losing and who is the loser.
Even if I have to do a little practical exercise. thanks Ronnie

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Thank you funny Ronnie. I’m no longer lost with lost.

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Hi Ronnie i go 100 on the test thank you


could you tell me difference between adj. and adverb. thanks

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how is not a “wh” question because its starts with ho.

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Hello my Ronnie Teacher.
May i please.ask you how can i makes my English Better?
for your info…i did learned the English by my self..No one teaching me.
I just let you know about some thing i did to leaning English are:
1-Watching to EngVid.com lessons.
2-Watching to English movies with or without translating.
3-doing many English practises.
4-listening to English music.
5-Making a conversation with my friends C2C by skype they are from UK/USA/Canada and Australia.
And still my English is cracking.
In addition to i got Arabic and Turkish language..
I needs your help..if you please.
Thank you for your all lessons.
you well done.
Take Care.
Have a good and nice day.

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Thank you.

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thanks Ronnie , with your effort I never get lost

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Thank you Ronnie! “Lost” reminds me the movie Tropic Thunder wich has a funny speech with the word lost. Robert Downey Jr says: “God damn it man! We are fucking super lost!” :D

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thanks ronnie :)

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thank you

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Hi i want to know that.. If i send skype request to some one else .. so how can i say … can i say like this …. (I have sent the skype request to you or else I have sent a skype request to you or else I have sent skype request to you ) Please I need clarification on it..

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Hi Ronny,
is thera a different between he’s the loser or he’s a loser.
Thx for help!

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Hi, Ronnie :)When will you teach a new lessons about diffrent subject? For example, about reported speech. I wonder it… your lessons enjoyable :)) you are so sweet*
I wait your other lesson bye…

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Hi Ronnie, I really enjoy your lessons.

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Thanks .

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HI Ronnie! You’re such an awesome teacher! I am looking for a lesson about EUPHEMISM but there’s no available. Could you make one because I want to learn the commonly used euphemisms both in Canada and the USA. Thanks a lot!

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I owe you!

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Hi Ronnie!
Is there, by chance, an adverb referred to the verb “to lose”?
Thank you in advance! :)

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Hi ronnie i’m lina I love the English language but I don’t know where to start I beg you help me. Sometimes I say to myself that I would not learn to speak it.
I Track your lessons in Facebook or on this site and I like the way you explain lessons.
Sorry if some of the words incorrectly in writing

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I think they don’t say “I lost my weight ” because it means all weight

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I GOT IT!!! :D 100%

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Thank you, Ronnie!!

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You got 4 correct out of 4.

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You got 4 correct out of 4.

I think if I say I am lost , maybe they will understand that I am last.

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THANKS .you are the best teacher .i understand this lesson very well thanks

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Hi Roonie,you are the best also you remind me my ESL teacher class when I came in Canada.I have a lot of good memories from him.Thanks a lot 👌

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Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

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Thanks for the episod

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