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350 COMMENTS

Hi Ronnie.U r great teacher.Thx a lot.I’ve question.U said that we should use hung out instead of “play”. So, If I want to say “I played boling (football, golf and so on) with my friend yesterday” for this I’ve to say “I hung out boling (football, golf and so on) with my friend yesterday”. Am I right?

terane

    Terani.
    No, cuz you´re specifying what you´ve played.
    Play means sex when it´s used without an object.

    Felipe

    I don’t know if it’s allowed for me to answer your question but I’ll take a chance and try to help Ms. Ronnie. You don’t have to replace every “play” with “hang out”, it’s not like you omitting this word out of dictionaries. For example, you can still say “I played some music” or “I played chess the other day” or “I played with my son yesterday” or “they played with the exam results”, and none of those “play” has a sexual context.

    Adham

    It is about “to hang out” and not “hung out”.I like to hang out with my friends on internet. I like to spend time wherever /whenever without a prealable schedule .Teenagers often enjoy to hang out around icecream shop(spend time together) after last course,before to go home.

    jorjel

    If it is a sport/game you need to say play, not hang out!

    Ronnie

      Thank you very much, Ronnie and also thank you Felipe, Adham, Jorjel for your help.

      terane

    I think Ms Ronnie said that you hang out with your friend. (Means you play something right?) Then your answer would be: I hang out with my friend to play sb yesterday. That should be the better one. I ask my teacher already. ^^ I hope you understand.

    cutecute

hello Ronny… pleaseee please pleaseeeee ;) ,, Can you answer Terane’s question,, i also want to know… thank you!!

alejizz

    noo!! i got it now…

    alejizz

Ronnie, I’m a Brazilian’s student and I’m very thankful to you. I’m a beginner. If you add subtitles at videos will be better. Your job is important to me and to my friends. Thank you so much.

lucasferreira

Hi Ronnie. You did again a great lesson

Matti

Hi, Ronnie, I am your fan I really love you too much, I’d like to meet you on facebook or something like that. answer me if possible Cosmo Gomes from Brazil, Kisses

Cosmo

I missed you Ronnie.Thanks.

geop147

10/10 :D Thanks Ronnie for this video! I’m looking forward next! ;-)

GregoryFROMpoland

You scored 10 out of 10.
Thank u ronnie <3

ayouHansary

nice to see you again ..
thanks and waiting for next lesson ..

meshal517

Thanks Ronnie!!!!1

Hesham

Thanks!

yankhonskiy

Thanks for this lesson it help me a lot!

Greetings from Colombia

caroing25

Thanks Good … that this lesson wasn’t rude and vulgar.
And this was the lesson I was searching for.
Thanks to God :)

Salman

Thanks, I really enjoyed this lesson. May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you!

vandeirribeiro

    Amén!

    elicaro17

Engvid: 2syllables
Ronnie: 2syllables
fatiima: 3syllables
Thank u all: 3syllables
9 out of 10: 4syllables
:)

fatiima8

    Woooooooowwwwwwww
    Ur new design 4 Quiz part is fantafabulous!!!

    “Congrats!”

    fatiima8

      Haha. Thanks :D

      engVid

thanks very much for this lesson
your presentation very good and I
like your way in teaching

shehata

    hi i am Narjice from morocco thank you Ronnie for this lesson you are an amazing teacher, i like you and i like your method so much.
    i have a requist please can you make a video about the diffrence between begin and start or they have the same meaning.thanks again so much.

    narjice

      They are basically the same but you START a machine. *not begin*
      I would use start more than begin in most situations!

      Ronnie

Hi teacher Ronnie, I can never get bored in a class you are a teacher in it, thank you very much about this lesson, and I’m looking forward to your following lesson, Could you please tell us a few words about stressing syllables. Thanks

Adham

Hello, Ronnie!
Thanks a lot for your clear explanation. You are witty as you usualy are.
Best wishes,
Rouslan

urs68

Thank you so much :)

muudkung

THANKS TEACHER RONNIE , THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT…

odir

nice site :)

lo2lo2a

Hey Ronnie, you’re grate teacher! It was very clear. Is there any rule to place the dashes to separate words? Thank you.

jafcru12

second part of counting syllables, that will be great Ronnie. have a nice day funny teacher.

Efrain Dominguez

That’s what we need , phonics and pronunciations .You are great as usual Ms. Ronnie.

Atef

thanks you!

tung

How is connected syllables and stress.Hai Ronnie ‘ you give what I want all.FirstMy thanks goes to God’engvid and Ronnie.

ayisha

Thank you very much, Ronnie, you explaind excellent. :)

Alejandra

Hi Ronnie, this lesson is very good. Thanks!
Can I ask you some question?
How can I count the syllables with diphthongs?
Are all diphthongs same vowels?
This is the first time I write in English. Sorry about my misstakes.
Please write soon.
Best wishes.

NgocBao

hi.i really like you ronnie.u are the best.

nouri

Thank you!!

t850658

Hi Ronnie thanks for the lesson is easy to learn the vowl sons, thanks for be a great teacher.

pepito

I like you so much Ronnie and the way that you are teaching!!! Thank you.

Katerina from Greece:)

katerinapas1

hi
i want learn english talking

sarina

thank you

sarina

Ronnie you are the cutest teacher I have ever seen. thanks a lot.

georgi

thanks a lot :)

akbar27

Hi Ronnie!
I like your teaching. It’s always funny and educational.
I’m pleased to see your next lesson.

Bye from Austria

violettling

Thank you

Gor

Thank you so much

mahmooud

Thanx miss

but pleas help me / which one is correct

this one

– when does john go to the school ?

or

– when did john goes to the school ?

please help me , great teacher

saad

    I think “When did John goes to school” => “When did John go to school”.

    NgocBao

    Hi there,
    The 1rst one is right n it’s present simple but the 2nd one is Not.If u wanna use past tense,u have 2 use:When did John ” go ” 2 the school?
    Past tense question:( Did+simple verb ).
    e.g. 1.When did u do the quiz?
    2.Did ur mom make a sandwich 4 u last evening?
    3.When did u watch engvid 4 the 1rst time?!
    Does it help??!
    Glad I could help :)
    The best with ur English!

    fatiima8

    When did John go to school (past tense).
    When does John go to school (present tense)!

    Ronnie

i live your course!!! thanks for teachme!!

aymorenoa

I think it could be better for the students who are learning English if the videos have synchronous options .That will provide a more visual way to understand the contents by catching the characters when hearing a word that has no idea about its meaning.

seekmiss

I have being speaking English for about 15 years, and this is the first time I see an explanation of the vowels sounds, interesting!

martin

Thank you Ronnie, interesting lesson, Could you record a video about IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), please.

Have a nice day.

aagarcia24

thank u Ronnie, i got 10/10.
you are grate teacher,

bhanu

thanks so much Ronnie, u explained a important topic very clearly……

Dado

Thanks))

vusala

Excelent teacher, i like your lesson

pipegi

Thanks so much my teacher.
I hope to See you nearly in next video.
Bless God.

Ali Murad

hi ronnie i like to see your full picture ur a nice teacher ilove u so much

dewinda

hi how are you thanks so much dear my teacher

ejaz ahmed

Hi Ronnie,
This was very useful for me, Thank you.

Marcia1000

thanks Ron!!!

nacer

Thanks EngVid developers for improving quiz system. Nice!

yankhonskiy

Thank you,
I have one big problem with “able to” It is so confused for me. I dont know how and where to use it… Can you halp me with your next video??ß Please
Thank you very much in advance
Lola from Germany

Lola

    Able to is exactly the same as “Can”. I am able to read = I can read!

    Ronnie

Hi again Ronnie.Could u pls make a lesson about transportation.
Thanks in advance

terane

!!!!!!!

ongbak

!!!!!!!!!

ongbak

thanks ronnie

ongbak

Thank you so much Ronnie….

clalonu

hi ronni.i really like the way of teaching.and i hope you are my teacher one day.

noureddine85

Ronnie, you’re GREAT!!!!

mraires

i love !! Engvid thank very much for the knowledge…MUAH MUAH TSUP TSUP…..

sweet hyacinth

Thanks Ronnie, very good class…

brazilianboy33

Hi, Ronnie!

Please tell me, “mayor” – 1 or 2 syllables?

jalex

    I think it’s one syllable, “mer”.

    Adham

      *ma*yor* =2 syllables
      a and yor :~)

      klizza

    B sure,it has 2 syllables!

    fatiima8

    2!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnei,
Thanks a lot for your nice teaching

sher M Akbar

Hi my name is ana. I want to enhance my english grammar, is there anybody here wants to chat with me. i’m willing to teach you my mother langguage in return. i do speak tagalog and deutsch. enjoy with engvid:)thanks!

ana

Hi,Ronnie
I like your lesson and I scored the quiz 100%
i’m waiting for your next lesson…
for me ur ‘the best in engvid’

klizza

What’s the meaning of :D ?

Atef

    Has this sympol :) a meaning ? THANKS.

    Atef

    :D=your mouth that open so big
    oh my god you don’t know…
    :-D remember your face …
    is this helpful for you :~)
    sorry..

    klizza

Ronnie you are the best teacher in the word.Thanks a lot.

Ada Valdes

10 out of 10 thanks a lot ronnie you`re a great teacher :), cant wait to see your next video .

Hu$$ain

Hi my nume is Osvaldo .
My question is, How can I see or find the first video for this lesson.

Thank you

Hugo Osvaldo Acuña

    at the first page

    klizza

Hi guys , I am looking for someone who could have a daily conversation to improve my English. My Skype Id is : Katy Kavandi . Please add me if you are interested . Thank you

Katy

Sorry my skype id is: katykavandi

Katy

thanks 4 u

karwan84

god bless you!!for help us to learn inglês we here in brazil love you

Jaime

VERY USEFUL , THANKS VERY MUCH

firasmust

Ronnie are you busy ?:)

klizza

hi mam, please help me to develop speaking skills

sakthi

Hi Ronnie
I appreciate so much the great job you are doing with all your colleagues teachers. Iam French speaking, i would like to improve my English, pronunciation,writing, understanding skills and I have the dream to write the books in English, kindly advice me what I can do more to achieve my dream. God bless your.
ANuarithe

AnuaritheKilibazayire

hi ronnie. thanks your lesson. my English is very bad.i cann’t talk with everyone by English. i’m realy want to improve English by myself.
how am i contact with you. ( such as facebook or yahoo, something like that…) i’m look forward to your mail. thanks again

kevin

thank you Ronnie you make me excited .

osamairaqi77

hi teacher Ronnie,
THANKS TEACHER RONNIE , THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT…

ruvinee

Hello Ronnie!

Thanks.

I have a question.
At the lesson “Conversation Skills – Speak with confidence” you said, “If a person wants to talk to you, they will talk to you.” (“a person” changes to “they”). How to say a sentence like this one. “If a student takes exams, he (she) will get grant.” What word can I use instead of “she” or “he”, if I mean one person and I want to talk about general.
Is it a rule when “one person” can change to “they” if I talk about a person in general (a man or woman)?

yankhonskiy

    Yes, you can just use “they”!

    Ronnie

    All I know is this: If we have a sentence which has, for example, two parts, and we use a singular subject in the first part of the sentence, we should use a singular subject in the second part of the sentence too. For instance:

    “If you know someone, tell him something.” — Many people would say: “If you know someone, tell them something.” Anyway this is a grammar bug, but people speak in this way very often, especially in daily speech.

    morfik

i really love the way u teach people. really want to be student on your class.

gianggiangluuluu

Thank you Ronnie..

mjoob0024

Hi Ronnie, you’re a Wonderful teacher.
I have lots of problems with the regular verbs pronunciation, I can’t notice the different between the present and the past, for instance “hear” – “heard” and so on. Would you mind make a special class about it?
Thanks

Carlos

    OK! I’ll try to make a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

Ronnie,,,I will thank u if u make a video about how to pronounce the linking words,prepositions and adverbs like then quickly through the sentence…
because when i try to listen to a song or watch amovie i can’t catch these words !!!

paulphysio12

    ok!

    Ronnie

this site is very helpful for other than english speaking people like me
the way of teaching is great i have learn alot from them

thanks engvid team

khawaja17

Thank you

ntimmy

Thank you so much….

bayerman

Thank you Ronnie..

Dnyanesh

Thank you very much. You are fantastic!

mariakine49

Hi Ronnie…. !!! I like you very much.

mudassir123

hi rooni i get it now and i like you and under stand of you thanks

lilly

thanks you

mohammad modallal

Ronnie, can you do a video about behavioral questions in an interview and how to answer them please

amani

    I have already done a video on that! Search “job interviews”!

    Ronnie

HI Ronnie………Nice class

sreenu

Thank U I’m learning lot more from this site……..

Mohammad Kumail

Extremely effective lessons

Sajjad Hameeduddin

Helpful lesson! Thanks
Please give a lesson on: if, whether, unless or otherwise.
Many thanks.

kumarikaren

Thanks a lot, Ronnie. Great lesson!

Helena Lima

Hi, I´m a great fan!!! My name is Janaki, and I´m from Brazil.
I´m embarrassed, but I´ve started to study recently, and love your classes.
Please, correct my mistakes, ok? Forgive me for the simple text. I´ll improve, I promise! :D

bellablade

    Don’t be embarrassed! Good luck!

    Ronnie

You’re awesome! I started doing private English class and my teacher showed me his video for I will do better! I watched your 2 videos and was impressed, thank you!

raph8

hi. I’m Mongolia. i’m very happy. thank u very much…

tomo

Thank you!

nguyenthedung

dear roonie
my name is Yasin I can’t view or download videos due to some unavoidable reasons so plz give other links except youtube links
thanks
regards
Yasin

Yasin

Hi Ronnie. Ihope u are fine .I wanna from you to explaine somthing is intresting for our learning English language . How we are write an essay as good as u like .. I want answer please if u can ……

mh22

Hi, my amazing teacher ronnie, I just want to ask you what is the meaning of Iron my shotties ….is from a music …. I see your vids and you seem a beauty women with vast vocabulary. I learn a lot with this page and I like so much I want to know how donate ?? I have recently a debit card.

ecuador1988

    Sorry, I have no idea what iron my shotties means. What song is it??? I can look it up and tell you the meaning…I think it may mean iron my shorts???????
    To donate, I think there is a button you can click on to make a donation!
    Let me know the song!!!

    Ronnie

        Urban Dictionary is full of jokes and useless material. Do not waste your time there if you are learning English.

        engVid

        One Nike in the grave is a play on the idiom “one foot in the grave”. It means you are going to die soon. Nike = shoe brand.
        One Nike in the rave = Rave is a electronic dance party popular in the late 90’s. So that means one foot was at the party.

        Ronnie

          Hi Ronnie,

          Currently in India “Rave Party” is considered to be a negative thing and often refers to the parities those involved dance,drugs and sex. Is this definition correct in modern days? and if not what word will you used to refer such parties.

          vishnu6887

Ronnie, the way you teach is more than effective-it makes me laugh so much. Thank you engvid team and thank you Ronnie.

dkwg4j

THANKS IT’S MAKE ME SO MUCH BATTER.

Anusha gurung

thanks a lot it is so useful

Hemn

Ronnie:
you are the teacher whom I wished to teach me when I was child

shatta

Why does the word “out” have 1 syllable ? It has two vowel sounds.

hojinstar

    The “ou” in “out” is what’s called a diphthong — a vowel sound that is a combination of two. Other diphthongs are the “i” in “right” (raaa-ight) and the “ow” in “tow” (toh-ooooo). They contain two vowel sounds, but are spoken in one syllable.

    engVid Moderator

      Oh man, that’s why I quit that linguistics course.

      engVid

I like you because you not very good teacher,you too good,rally i respect you.

wagdi

Thanks Ronnie, Thanks EngVid team.

Emma

I like this lesson… thanks Ronnie!

David

thank you Ronnie. You’re very helpful.

Ali

English is my second language. I have been using English since I was very young. Every lesson presented in Enghelp let me learn something new regardless of whether it is for beginner, intermediate or advance. I would definitely recommend this website to all my friends and members of my family. Great job!

cjyap

I really enjoy & step by step i lean grammar, word pronunciation in your class…
thank & continue…..mam.
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rahmankader
india

RONNIE mam...

Hi Ronnie. I appreciate this explanation, clear,
natural and good. Here in S. José dos Campos, Brazil, a lot of people are used to listen to engvid.com. By the way, many people visited the beautiful Toronto. Thank you very much.

Augusto Sousa

Hi mam…
I really enjoy & learn step by step grammar,word pronunciation in your class….
thank & continue u r great job…
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rahmankader
india

rahmankader

Very good , thank

luismi

Thank you teacher!

Đức Anh

thank you

Malli

hello thank you so much

albert

Please tell me :– why this is correct ..
The intelligence of many wild animals is indeed amazing.
My question why we not use “many wild animals are” plz explain it ?

jaytutor11

    We use is because the subject is “intelligence” (not many animals). Intelligence is uncountable!

    Ronnie

hello my name is faisal and i have a question
about when i should use the and an and a becouse some times it look the same
thank you.

faisall

    I have done a lesson on “Articles” for you! Search for it and you can learn!!!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,Thank you very much. This lesson has helped me a lot. Keep up your good work.

Paru

Nice lesson, I just discover this site and let me tell you that I find it interesting what an amazing teachers. Hi everyone from Mexico.

Nancy

Thanks

max

Thank you !You are a nice teacher!

10albert001

Hi Ronnie.I just wanna ask you a question
What is the difference between significant and relevant?
and thank you very much :D

imabdas331

    HOMEWORK!!! Look the words up in a dictionary and then YOU tell ME how they are different!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,
I have some question to ask you ;))

how to use -ing, -es , -ist, -s?

In hope get you reply rapidly.
Thank you ;))

By
Yukaa from Malaysia

Yukaa Wong

    I will try to make a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

hi,Ronnie..
i’m proud and to wish congratulations just for you and team because your english lessons is very effective.

shaufi

Hi, ms ronnie..can i have your email address so that i can email you about my problems.

here are some common grammar which i am confused..
1)if the word followed by never and havent, the verb must be in past tense form or basic verb.( eg, i never do that before or i never done that before , i havent tell the teacher yet or i havent told the teacher yet?)

2) what is she eating or what is her eating?

3) i never had a boyfriend before or i never had a boyfriend..(do we need to add the word “before” in the last sentences of never)

waiting for your reply. thank you.

Jenny

Really good lessons, thanks for help us on learning english. Grettings from Guatemala!

Alex

alexsocop

Once again Ronnie … I hope you are fine … Is it stored the score of the questions?
Greetings.

gealmola

thank you you my new teacher you from canada
i shall go to canada for studying flying can you help me

mazen

love your video :)

cotton

Hi Ronnie, thanks for your kindly teaching, I love to learn English どもども~♪(๑´ㅂ`๑)っ旦 from your lessons. You did a good job!

jessie

ronnie you looks like you ‘ve lost weight very well or i think so ?

Uqur

thanx alot for this useful website

nour zakaria

Great site!!

jeison

Thanks, I always wanted and asked to my teachers for an explanation without success, I think that greatly improves the ability to say and do the right emphasis on each word. Sensational, thank you very much!

amparitochacon

Nice class and lovely teacher!

felipepapito

thank you ronnie i always enjoying learning from your lesson. always study more and more with you. pls be with us forever

tsengelmaa

hellow mrs Ronnie;

thank you for good lessons I like it.

Best regards

aber

this is my first video lesson…i love the way u teaching…keep it up

mvkonly

keep it continue great Ronnie

payam

perfect

payam87

hello Ms Ronnie,

Very nice class indeed. Mistake noted.

Regards

Sridhar

Hi Ronnie ,why the (out) word is 1syllable.it was 2 vowel sounds(o,u) ?

Eman

    Out only has 1 vowel sound. The “ou” sounds like one. In English, we call these diphthongs. A diphthong is 2 vowels that when together, make one vowel sound!

    Ronnie

Ronnie, I’m so happy to have discovered engVid. I’m an ELD teacher in California. I’ve used some of your videos to give the students a break from me. I really like your presentations. mo

Marilyn

I would rather learn with Engvid on webpage than Facebook page.

trinhtbvn

1)You can use never + base, if you talk about your daily routine. EX.. I never eat seafood.
If you want to talk about your past experience, you have to use present perfect. EX I have never eaten seafood. (sub + have/has + never + past participle). OR I haven’t eaten seafood. ( Sub+ have not + past participle).

2) What is she eating….is correct. She =is a pronoun, it replaces a person’s name. Her =is possessive. It tells us who has the noun!

3) Before is unnecessary unless you want to emphasize (make stronger) your sentence. However, you must say I HAVE never had a boyfriend!

Ronnie

    Dear Ronnie,
    Hello.

    fatiima

mmm this good lasson

mahmoud1994

Thanks Mra Ronnie, Good a Lesson

mulyadi76

Sorry, I made a mistake. I should have wrote ‘ Mrs.Ronnie not Mra.Ronnie….Error Type

mulyadi76

thank u ronni i like u

tima

thanku ronnie mam i really like your lessons. can you meet me please.

rajbeer kaur

hi
nice lecture and good teaching about vowels

nasirdurrani51

100You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

pibe86

thanx i have 80

anis

mam , how “university” could be 5 vowel sounds? if “u” considers as vowel sound,we should use “an university ” but we use “a university” so i understand “u” is not sounds vowel , right ? please correct me if i am wrong. thank u.

noufalpc323

U is a vowel sound!

Ronnie

    thank u ronni i like u

    abdallah abass

Hi Ronnie. Can you explain me why the word out has only one syllable? I though it has two sounds.

Awi

    Awi, I had the same problem. I thought that “out” was pronounced /a//oot/. I got that wrong in the test. Ronnie, help us!! Please!!!

    Libertad

Gracias!!! thankyou

Mariela

Hi there,Ronnie! A doubt came to my mind…”Noisy” or “Polite” are 2-syllables words, however, they can have both comparative/superlative structures. What’s the reason? I mean, is there any rule for those 2-syllables words which also work in the “short” form? Really appreciate your time.

missvolna

    Noisy, because it ends in a Y, must be nosiest.
    A lot of 2 syllable words can use either -est or most. However, to make it easy, I just gave 1 example…..to keep it simple!

    Ronnie

Thank you, greetings from Colombia

carlosvillam

thanks a lot Ms. Ronie…
because of you i learn a lot…

sweet lady

out have 1 syllables I think when I say out I feel 2 vowel sound isn’t true ?
thanks miss Ronnie really enjoyed with lesson :)

mo7amedkma

    Hi Muhammad,
    you can not separate the first vowel.

    sfidelis

    Yes, there are 2 vowels, but together, they make one vowel sound!

    Ronnie

9points oh yeah!!! but why ‘clash’ is 1 syllable?? please could you tell me reason?

aerosmith

    Hi, try to separate clash ( cla-sh ) or ( clash )? just one syllable.

    sorry!

    sfidelis

    1 Vowel,1 syllable. Clash.

    Ronnie

great class!

sfidelis

thank you Ronnie

mostafa

lovely lesson .. thanks very much :)

optimism

I get 9 ouT of 10 .. thanks

alaa

Thanks ronnie, I’m from viet nam, yr lesson’s useful.

yoko86

hi ronnie! can you make video for sports ,colours,clothes etc so that how can we explain them.i request you to prepare a video about how to explain oneself in interview .waiting!!!!!
regards

rajbeer kaur

still confused about ‘clash’ even thouhg I read about below.
if no info about transcription , clash[kı lesh] ??? no function of the neutral sound[ı] ???

teacher38

You are a great teacher, I’m new here and you made me laugh a lot . I can not count when you appear and disappear. Thank you

erikague74

thank you so much !

m7mdkun

Hello Ronnie,
Thank you :) You are great teacher :)
I like watch your lesson :)

kathy74

“intergalactic”
I have tried the quiz & i answered 4 syllable but answer is 5 , how?

In
ter
galac
tic
verify it is correct or not

arjunprajapati

In ter ga la tic

Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie! I LOVE your lessons!!!!

andreiabeletati

Got it ! :D

jimmysaenz90

first time I got 10. :)

Eliza

Thanks a lot,

lamia85

Thanks .

haifa212

Ronnei

that lessson was very helpful

von

. thanks Ms ronnie
. i’m a student from INDONESIA

tamy

Thank you Ronnie. That lesson was very helpful!

sweetlullaby1

I got 90!!

sweetlullaby1

I got 100~!! Thanks you Ronnie^^

EunMi

Thanks

stholin

    I got 100

    stholin

Thanks a lot. Now I can easily count syllables. I started loving, learn from this site. All the lectures are simply amazing and beauty of these classes I found is the FUN in learning. It just keeps me motivated all the time.
Thanks to all the lecturers of ENGVID.COM.

Bharat

Hi Ronnie,
Once again thanks for such a wonderful lecture. I always want ti learn from teacher like you. Forgive me for mistakes, I am beginner in the English course. Love and care.

pirates

Thank you so much

Ai

Hurrah I got 100

vishnu6887

ronnie you are a great teacher

ayman

thank you ,ronnie.
i like your method of teaching.

tomitchsan

An easy lesson, thank you Ronnie.

Enrique23

Good day Sir,
I am a student,and I was assigned as the reporter of our class by next week Saturday, and the report that was assigned to me is the SENTENCE PATTERNS, yes I already know/understand that topic, but I need more good explanations for that and wish to have more good examples that I can share to my classmates.In prior with this, I’m requesting that could you please share a video that emphasizes/elaborates the said topic if you don’t mind? I extend my advance THANKS to you Mam.Hoping for your kind response.
Have a great day!Maraming Salamat. MABUHAY!

rommark02

    SORRY, I won’t have time to make a video by next Saturday! Good luck on your assignment!

    Ronnie

      what is the difference between ‘employ’ and ‘employee’? and a wonderful lecture again.thanks.

      Jawad Ahmed

It is very useful for the students who are willing to learn English.
Thank you so much Ronnie

twothirdsoftheworldisdeniz

thank you

pimpan

Ronnie is the best teacher!

Jéssica

Ronnie is the best teacher

GNANESWARAN

10 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

Thank you

noel3mendo

thank you for youhelp.i like you

rufa

let me to ask you a question teacher you said the word of adorable has 4 syllables and then you told us the of collage has 2 syllables you said the last word of e it is silent word why you should say adorable has 3 because you have added the last e ?

hanad

wow! i got 8 of 10

lee60

hi dear Ranny i don’t know if i type your name correctly if not sorry
i have a very big problem with th how to pronounce it and
i dont konw in english name and last name i mean which name which is last name of the people iam working in the pharmacy as a tec its very difficult for me to know it and the pronunciation of the name could you help me plzzzzzzz

shaly

Hello again, Ronnie! =D It’s me, your student from Brazil, Thiago! =D
I have no questions whatsoever about this lesson, I would like to thank you for explaining this rule. I had never learnt how to count them =o the syllables.. outrageous, I know! =/ But You make it sooo simple that on my first watch I got it * _ * I even got a grade 10 outta 10 =o
Thx so much!
When I get back and restartworking, is it possible to make a donnation to help you? How should I proceed? also would u and u only receive this money, cuz I definitelly love YOUR teaching! You are clear make the rules simple plus, you are very funny, teach with enthusiasm. * _ * I want to become a teacher like yourself ^^
Well this is it then!
Bye, Ronnie!
Regards from Brazil ^^

Thiago

Hi Ronnie,you are very funny,I enjoy you a lot.

Take care,

nerismarcel

Really , you are an awesome teacher

Husaini

hi Ronnine thanks alot , I improved my language wiyh you

mohammad

    hi Ronnine thanks alot , I improved my language with you

    mohammad

Hi Ronnie, i am very thankful to you ^_^
Thanks for this lesson it help me a lot
but why “E” in the end of “adorable” is counted like a vowel sound but not in “college” ??

marria

hi ronnie i like you method teacher

milterr

Hi Ronnie,
You rock! I love your teaching style!
Keep it going! We love you!

From Hong Kong

William

Hi Ronnie thank you today 9 out of 10… U r teaching method is very good…. I’m not learn about English in 15 Year English is part of the subject in my school and college studies but search for job after the study period job location full and full English language anyway one more time thanks to u you are lesson are very useful to us…. thank you…

ramesh761990

really evrey lesson ihave get anew something and ifeel can ispeak english too tmuch fluntly in the near future thanks ronnie for help me

ahmedroshdy22

Thank you so much .it is helpful .

safawad

OMG!!!
I read and studied several times adjectives and comparatives forms, just now someone made me learn how count the syllables.
Try to find something like that in the web and you’ll see that I am not joking…
Thx Ronnie.

marcoloneroma

    If you find something you like on the web, be amiable and send me some address (link) respectively.
    Thank you.

    Iliescu Cornel

Thanks!

artak80

adorable>>> why 4 syllables and why not 3 ????

alhaytham

Thanks alot :)

nigamaxi

Thanks Ronnie .It is very helpful.

iraqrose

ronnie its great to learn from buti want u to put more examlples in your english teaching videos.thanks and love u

aaryyan

thank you so much, interesting lesson. understand.more good lesson please! :)

vominhcu

what is the difference between ’employ’ and ’employee’? and a wonderful lecture again.thanks.

Jawad Ahmed

Hi Ronnie,your lesson is interesting!Carry on and please in pronunciation!

Asrat.Hailemichael

Hi Ronnie,your lesson is interesting!Carry on and please help me in pronunciation!

Asrat.Hailemichael

thank

jehanzeb

you are very amazing teacher and very helpful and very funny thnks you very much i like you

kokokawtar1998

I thought syllable only counted by sounds of vowels… but after watch this lesson there are some extra vowel sounds. Like er as in power , le as in adorable and oy as in employ.. Why they are like?? And are there more extra sounds? Please help me…ㅜㅡㅜ

matilda1017

Thanks a lot Ronnie.

AnPham

Good evening, Ronnie
I believe that this is the second most important lesson after learning letters! I would like you to recommend me a book or a handbook to refer to the division into syllables (vowel sounds) of words.
Please recommend me you give me a link, a book that can be downloaded or can buy.
Thank you in advance.

Iliescu Cornel

woa. I got 100. Thanks Ronnie. It’s very useful.

jimmy9x

U make it easy to understand ,now I got the idea
thanks a lot :)

SooRa

U r excellent and helpful.

y2011

you’re so cool, I like your lesons very much <3

xuanhienvo

That was amassing, it’s really helpful to me.
Thank you, so much

nick

Great lesson! Teacher ! =D

VandoESG

great job i’m so excited thank you so much Ronnie

messaoudi0660

I have 10 from 10. It is very easy. Thank you Ronnie :)

Narek90

7/10 thank’s alot

adelbkhdr

Thanks Mam Ronnie I got 80%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank you so much my friend Ronnie….

Mahmoud Alelioui

I’m still a little bit confused but nice lesson

shefaa

The last one was tricky haha, i get it

Erick10

I got 100%/ aced it. Thanks Ronnie.

tinker

Thanks Ronnie. I can clarify the sound of vowel at the end the word.

luchy7

I’m waiting for your new lessons நன்றி

karthik.s

I love this website,thank you Ronnie!(^.^)

Iamhere.

i want to chat with some one for improved my english. so please chat with me someone

ravindragawande

Great Tutorial from Ronnie as usual . Thanks
By the way, if Anybody interested can use the following website for further studies on Syllables.
http://www.howmanysyllables.com

ashfak

Is “U” in the word univerity actually a vowel sound ? Because if it were, we would write “an university” rather than “a university”

bsngocthanh2005

    The “u” in “university” is pronounced “you” /juː/, not “oo” as in “moon” /uː/. It’s still a vowel, but doesn’t need a consonant before it.

    engVid Moderator

thank you teacher

loleta borini 93

Thanks so much

hamada010

You got 10 correct out of 10.
thank so much really i didn’t know syllables but now I understand I’m so happ

fahime

I´m so glad I got 90% of the quiz.It was a terrible problem to me count syllabes but now after had knowing Ronnie this problem is solved.Ronnie I´d like to be like you when I grow up .kkkkkkk

Josilene

iM sO glad I got 100% Of the quiz thank u Ronnie u are the best

YoungLady

thank you very much teacher!

Bruno Lopes

Thank you for your commitment to teaching. You are incredible as a teacher !!!!!!

Braulio Herrera

10/10 ! great!

annefrank1942

Hi there, do you have any lessons on pronunciation key symbols? Please let me know.

Slavica Markulin

10/10

ann ann

Dear teacher Ronnie,
I just want to thank you very much for teach me this helpful lesson.I have a question:Start and Began the class start or the class bagan?

phamquynhanh

    Dear teacher Ronnie,
    I just want to thank you very much for teach me this helpful lesson.I have a question:Start and Began the class start or the class bagan?
    I don’t know how to thank you enough for all your help.
    Sincerely,
    Quynh anh

    phamquynhanh

perfect score

ann ann

Hi.I love all of the people of world.I am from Iran.sorry my English is not good.Thank Ronnie

sh.f.a

Hello Ronnie,
thanks a lot for this useful video,
I hope you can post a video in “Diphthong and Triphthong”
Regards ^_^

Allooooshy

God Bless this site!
It is a Blessing for me, I am Learning

Regards from Nicaragua!!
John

snacke2931

Thank you teacher I’m learning a lot.

Jeancarlo

Thank you Ronnie, you make easy to understand everything :)

Charito007

it’s working :)

alaa alabdallat

thank you

omar hassonueh (3yar)

nice lesson thank you

spqb

Thanks for the lesson. But do i have to count “a present”, “to present” a and to as syllables?

mahmudone

Thanks, Ronnie

Sunny Muffin

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you very much.

dreamk7x

thank you Ronnie
i got 10/10

bou.dj

I got 10 out of 10! Yay!

Acaua Galmarine

You got 10 correct out of 10.

M kartal

Thanks for your excellent teaching. Would you please tell me how many syllables does”rescue” have??

Minaturk

Hi, Teacher. Could you do me a favor? I had a homework requiring to find 10 words that have 4 syllables and been stressed on the fourth syllable. Could you suggest me some words meeting the request. Many thanks.

Olivia Bui

Thamk you Ronnie

syawal.engvid

I got 10/10
Thank you very much for this interesting lesson

Med Amin

Thank you for your efforts,but in this video you said that the sound (e) is syllable and said that the word “collage” has only two syllables ,you don’t account e
now, i’m confused in words like simple and adorable
Please, tell me differences between adorable and collage in syllables

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