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501 COMMENTS

Great lesson, thank you. I learned many new things

jorgel21

    hi
    would you like to practice english together ?
    this is my email on skype : azooom24

    azooom

      azooom are you English Teacher ?

      KKJf

        Using reductions makes us sound more natural, no doubt about it, and at the same time helps us understand everyday spoken English more easily.

        How about “ain’t”? Is it considered a sound reduction? What’s its full form, if any?

        Engaging video-lesson on sound reductions Ronnie.

        Regino

          ain’t =
          am not; are not; is not:
          or
          has not; have not:

          tyraphonia

      Hi azooom,

      this my skype: oubmed9

      lotfidk

Thanks Ronnie

dstar3565

Thanks this helped alot

Whitehouseerm

    hi can we be friends?

    m.fahim

    Hello I’m looking for a native speaker to improve my english. so can we be friends?

    joukal

I liked this lesson! Thank you.

PlinioDuarte

Thank you ronnie, it’s powerful lesson
We wanna more lessons like this

MhmdEzat

Oh my god, I’m so happy because I understood everything the quiz,thank you teacher learning more with its methodology.

Dany73

    Olá, Dany. Nós podemos ser amigos através de outras redes sociais além desta? Também estou estudando Inglês e gostaria muito de praticar. Não sei se posso mencionar o nome de outras redes sociais aqui, mas, meu nome é Brad Pághanni.

    Brad Pághanni

      Are you here too? OMG… is it spam? hahahahah

      Henzo

    good

    Amr Amr

    Hey Dany,would you like to speak with mer in english? this way, we can improve our english together.

    alanoliveira

thanks Ronnie!! you are the best!

vique093

thanks! your lessons are cool! You are funny.

carlos 2138

    hi i wanna be your friend?

    m.fahim

Ronnie, Can I ask sth? You gave an example that you said “Do you wanna beer?”, my question is would it be wrong if I say just “Do you want beer?”?
I think you forgot a “t” after “I” when you were explaining about “has” and “have”.

Awesome lesson!

Caiopr

    Hi Caiopr , I´m wanna talk to you
    you have whatsaap?

    Igorazevedo

I’m very well thanks go on

omar84222

100% finally

omar84222

Thank you very much, Ronnie :)

bunga11

    hi , Is Bunga your real name? would you like to ´ractice english with me? I also have an exame to do. TOEFL> so let’s support each other.

    alanoliveira

good lesson (y)

Undomie

Thanks a lot for every teachers of engVid.com. Thank you very much.

CP

Hi Ronnie! Thank You for Your lessons.
I’m a greener here and in english too)), so I don’t know how shall I leave requests about other themes. May I asking You to show us the lesson, about difference between “anybody”, “somebody” and “nobody”.
It’s dificult for me, because in Ukraine, its means almost the same and I have confusion when I studing english.
I will be grateful for this!

Ihor Zherebko

    I hope you do not mind if I try to help you out with that. You should basically understand how to use “some”, “any” and “no” as follows:

    1 – SOME: Is used in affirmative sentences – Example – I have some time, You have some tea, But also used in interrogative sentences if you are kindly (just) offering things to people as – Would you like some coffee? or even – Some sugar? – Never used in negative sentences, OK?
    2 – ANY – in the other hand is used in Negative sentences as – I don’t have any time – they don’t have any money. It is used in interrogative sentences when you are just asking for and not offering as SOME – Ex. Do you have any free time so we could talk? or do you have any sugar in the kitchen?, but it can also be used in affirmative sentences and its meaning changes to “another” “either” or referring to an undetermined people or thing. As: You can give her any gift. I know any song from that singer.
    3 – NO is only used in negative sentences. Example: You can say “I don’t have any time” or “I have NO time”, both mean the same.
    If you followed me with this explanation, you will be able to use all their derivatives, ok? Let me know if it helped you or not, take care

    Mouricio

      This post was helpful and obvious,
      Thanks for your help!

      Mnes Blue

        I do apologize for not answering your kind comment. It may have taken forever, but thank You Mnes Blue

        Mouricio

      hello there… you speak fluent english. so i need your help please my ID skype is lompoabdou. thanks beforehand

      lompoabdou

        Hey lompoabdou, I have just shown up to apologize not replying you with an even simple “yes” or “no” answer. I hope you are still doing great with your English learning.
        Thank you for your comment!

        Mouricio

      Hi Mark,
      Actually, it is not very different here either. The only thing is that the mom would kindly ask the stranger’s name and tell the kid to whether treating them like Mr., Mrs or even like you do there “uncle or auntie”, the second option would be more uncommon, but it may vary as they are a little bit more reserved to approaching strangers. I hope I’ve answered and helped as well.

      Mouricio

        yeah very much so! Appreciate you answering) If it’s not fundamentally wrong, I think its ok to say so. Well, children are uninhibited, and aren’t self-conscious, so they don’t have any problem whatsoever with talking to strangers…unlike adults by way. I wish I be child))

        Mark Mischenko

          Nice lol
          That’s right we should keep this child side of ours.
          Take care!

          Mouricio

Interesting! Thank you, Ronnie :)

Happy04

good lesson

alighani

you really hot today Ronni

memoegy99

I did not pay attention to this. It makes sense. Thanks.

unit

Really its a great lesson it’s very useful and helpful because always I was confusing
about this

Aboodpetra

Thank You, Ronnie for this good lesson. Actually I’m already familiar with all of the reduction forms, except for “Wantsta” I’ve just learnt in your lesson. previously I used to say “wanna” with all pronouns, but now not anymore :)
thank you for your lesson again…

Yazeed Alsahafi

    Yeah, I agree, I used to do it… But No more.

    Lhuis

Hi Ronnie. Thanks for your lesson. All of your lesson are really funny and useful. And as I think I have noticed one mistake on the board. “He, She, It” not “I” in the second example, right?

kirill.kondratenko

well I think this is kinda easy to practice and understand, but the hardest thing we usually face when we have to talk with native speakers is understanding their QUESTIONS, native speakers usually tend to ask questions very fast and in a different way. I really hope you make a video on this, and you explain it all in depth and width. Thank You Ronnie :*

Yazeed Alsahafi

Thank you so much….good lesson and great teacher..

Haleh-r

hello everyone
I want to practice with you English speaking if you like send to me request friend on Skype

My mail on skype : azooom24

azooom

    i like to practice with you

    zuyeli

i come with havta or not
you write it is mistake

hossam gamal

Useful lesson.I always confused and now i know the rules.Thanks Ronnie.

sagittaire

think you,Ronnie.

Prewpraw

Thanks Ronnie , very useful

Ahmed Abbas

Thanks a lot!!!

Kaoweiche

Good and very useful lesson! Thank you a lot. 10 minutes went very quickly)

alexlips

I liked this lesson!

amprochmann

Thank you teacher. You teached clearly and slowly to let us learn a lot.

Trista Chang

thank you)

antibiotic49

Thanks Ronnie, This so useful, when we’re gonna speak…

Lhuis

Thanks for this useful lecture, but I think you missed “T” when you explained ( it havta) is wrong >>>you wrote it (I havta), which it is right.
please check it and tell me,
thank you bye.

Asharaa

    I realized the same thing about this, maybe Ronnie did it on purpose in order to check our knowledge :)
    Thank you Ronnie, as usual you have been great!

    AMS Saraiva

      * you has been great!Sorry for my mistake.

      AMS Saraiva

        you didn’t make a mistake !! The right sentence is you have been great NOT has been great

        Reemass

          Hi Reemass,
          You have a point my friend!
          Now, sorry for my mistake about my fake mistake :)

          AMS Saraiva

thanks you dear teacher Ronnie!

Xaivion

Hello! Teacher can you help me ? I don’t past continuous and past simple.
please check it and tell me,
thank you teacher

Rotanak Yem

Thank you so much! Ronnie, you’re a “Master of the Craft”. It’s easier to learn when it’s funny.

mikima

Thank you kindly Milsdy Ronnie;
very nice lesson indeed. I pay my respect to you. H

Briklend Handersson

I fine this vido 2 lesson it,s nice & nice

abdulalisabzali

boobs..

karl0z

You’re great! Thanks

cristina

It’s correct to write this sentence:

I havta go to the bathroom.

Cheers!

chivialoco

Hey, i am so happy to joint your vision and would like to learn from all of you guys.

chaitanya Shendre

thanx alooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot

wagieeh

Ronnie, You’re the best one! Tks

walmirbmed

Wonderful! Thank you Ronnie.

virginjan

You are wonderful and the easy way you explain everything is amazing and fun, thanks.

montorla

thanks a lot for this class ronnie, i havta practice this lesson a little bit more. :)

Astric

thanks for all these lessons

rabii04

Great Lesson! Thanks Ronnie

jcuevas

very nice

ogsv

We can’t thank you enough Ronnie for your lovely lessons.Could you please give us a lecture about contraction tenses words spoken English like would had etc ?

Kadir

Hello, Ronnie, please, what about gotta (have to)? Isn’t it being used anymore?

Alexandre Justino

    I believe it still being used, but as “got to”:
    I’ve gotta go home (urgent, something top priority)
    I havta go home (when you want to aware some one about something you must do, but is not that urgent)
    I hope I explained right, it’s just something that always felt to me to have this meaning. If I’m wrong, could someone please explain it in a better way? Thanks :D

    KarenCabral

Hi Ronni ,thank u for the great lesson !
I’d like to ask you about a formal writing.is’t ok to write “gonna ,wantsta..” in IELTS writing test or it’s just for informal talking ?
thanks a lot :)

Waedpromise

thanks you teacher
ismail & nigar

TABAA

Lesson has nicely done. Thanks Ronnie your tichers skills very impressed me.

gvardiola

thinks a lot for inf

Abdelrahman93

    thanks not thinks
    I’m sorry that is my mistake

    Abdelrahman93

Fun and educational as always. Thanks you Ronnie.

zhenya25

gd teacher ever ;)

Iube

I don’t like to use reduction forms. I have to try a lot.

Bergvolk

I wanna to learn more and Ronnie wantsta to teach us. We are a good team indded! Amazing Teacher

Carlos Martinho

Sorry to say, but I am confusing with second mistakes. Did you missed letter t in It?
He
She
I(t)

macho

Good lesson, I´ll practice

Interceptor6105

Very Useful lesson, thanks!

daphy7686

I got 90%

Azey Nurmuizzah

Thank you, Ronnie

amrorabi

Aslo, I noticed that native speakers don’t speak the last letter if it was “t” or “r” like in “what ever” >>> pleaaaaaaaaaase we need a lesson for it pleaaaaaase

amrorabi

Thanks, Ronnie <3!

ct2forever

Tnanks Ronnie,it is very helpful to me。

leoguo123

Thank you Ronnie for this lesson .

tsamp

wow, my score was 100. I’m very happy, that was my first trial. Thanks Ronnie for this lesson.

Nanda Syafitri

It is the best page I have found so far. From Colombia, thank you so much :D

Omar SaGo

Thank you,Ronnie.It is so useful.

men-chun ho

thanks a lot ,i wanna more lesions like this.

ahmedalbehari

    sorry i mean lessons

    ahmedalbehari

exciting and it really helpful..
Thank you

wewing

I’m gonna get chocolates for you .
Thanks for the tutorial.

lololol

It’s very helpful lesson. I often heared those words in songs and movies)Thank you Ronnie)

ALEX2007

Good lesson very cognitive! thank you Ronnie! you are the best!

avolov

Thanks Ronnie plz make more reduction and slang videos

hesham10

Ronnie I have a question, please.
In this question: “We havta finish this quiz”
Dont I need the verb to be?

gtgtgt

Really thanks roomy

shamos

Ronnie thanks a lot! I really like ur way that u use to teach:))

Ajoan

great lesson :)

rayaneal

Hi Ronnie.
Big Fan of urs….the way u teach is superb.
Would u please let me know how to say the word “The” bcoz i have seen people saying Theee and Thuh… confusing isn’t it? ;)

Sarfi

hello Ronnie : you are so wonderful ! but ther is one thing I do’nt understand : if we use the verb “Go” to the simple present : ” I go, he goes” why can’t we use ” i gonna or he gosta” ? the exemple you give it is for “g” to the present continuous, but if we use “go” in simple present ? thank you in advance

lybbie

    For exemple in the phrase : “frankie goes to hollywood” we have to say : “frankie gosta hollywood” no ????

    lybbie

      sorry, in my questions i wanted to say “he gonna” not “gosta” very sorry…

      lybbie

thank you

Amr Soror

You are a great teacher!

zinoubakh

Thank you Ronni , it is very good lesson , I’ll keep it well in my mind .

Hassan albeiroumi

Big thanks for that

to-the-stars

Thanks for lesson. I’m starting to learn. bye.

Lygia Florentino

Thank you a lot!

Ajjya

    Hi ajjya,
    I hope you are doing well
    We can talk together on Skype to be more native speakers
    thank u for ur time

    abu salah

Great

nourzeina

but how to reduce word “will” ? Sometime they reduce that word when they had a chat with me.

Leks

Thanks Ronnie….

Pacadem

Excellent lesson.

germanmendez83

hi, Ronnie.
You’re best of the best teacher!

Jane84

Thanks Ronnie ! its been very helpful !!

rue

it gives help :)

faiza Asghar

Thank you, dear Ronnie!
We love you!
God bless you! :)

aynur1984

Hi Ms Ronnie,
Many thanks to you about all of your lessons
By the way
Happy Mother’s Day
bye

airofficer

Thank you very much

Mr. Alsayed

Thanks, Is the best thing is when you give a time to answer, It seems the class is only for me.

MarcosCarvalho

I am Beginner.thankyou.

t1217

thanks for the class

NathanielYork

hi Ronnie would you like to teach me on skype it would be better way i want to learn English specially i have to improve my speaking. i want to become a good person . only i lack of speaking i shall be thankful to you
this is my skype ID “ahmer.xain”you can send me request

atif naeem

aww. thank you

Clover Le

it’s very useful!!! Thank you :)

Tiziana92

Maervelous and Great Lesson

AlessandroItaly

Thank you for teach English.
Make me understand English more than

yosita

Thank you

Kostas690

Thank you Ronnie.

fatihaeng

Thank you Ronnie. You are a good teacher! I liked too much!

Brad Pághanni

thankyou very much for very nice lesson

sougar3000

thanks Ronnie, i didnt know about “havta or hasta”……

VictorJavierSM

Thank you for this quiz…so helpful for me.

JuanEst

Thank you Ronnie.

Chavo09

Thank you very much.

doduchiep10042000

Thank you very much for the lesson.

doduchiep10042000

Very interesting lesson. And you’re funny. Thanks!

Atreyo

thank you very much.it was very nice :)

semdr

Thanks Ronnie. Your lesson very helpful. It twist my tongue while I’m practicing it :D

Thanks again.
Nam

Nam Huynh

Great lesson Teacher!!!
Thanks.

dijunes

Ronnie when you say ” Do you wanna beer?” spoken I think It’s ok but written is that right?, because it should be wanna + verb.

Ender

I used to do some mistakes. Now I will avoid them ;)

tathywentzel

Thanks a lot Dear Ronnie

frankyforlife

why there is no email, more than 12 teachers but no one of you guys put his or her email .

spook

Thank you teacher

rosely alves viana

Great lesson Ronnie, I love your videos. They are very funny and you are awesome. I’m a big fan of yours. I’m obsessed with languages. I try to study every day. I love it.

Leo Almanca

I wanna learn with you!!!!

diana57

Thanks for your useful lecture. Until next time, toodles. Anyway, what does ‘toodles’ mean?

jooop

thankyou very much for lesson

sougar3000

Thanks Ronny… You are the best… I havta tell you xD

Luisfer

Thanks Ronny… You are the best… I havta tell you xDti

Luisfer

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Luisfer

great leason would be great if you could explain us more reduction words are very usefull

luismachin

Ronnie is very funny! I love her lessons!

VPolonio

We need conversation or write with the people all time because is very important practice.
thanks Adams

planito

Hello, Whats up?!

I’m Luccas Santtana from São Paulo – Brazil, and I’d like to make friends to practice english.

Feel free to add me on SKYPE: luccas.santtana .

We can type a little (while I’m working), or have a conversation :) !

See you on SKYPE!

Luccas Santtana

SKYPENAME: luccas.santtana

Luccas Santtana

You’ve lost a t letter in secend mistake. it not i

igor13121996

Thank you ronny . I am new student and you are the best

Abarbach@

Well done! Superb lesson!

junyot

Perfect! It was very heplful. :)

giancarlo.jus

Interesting. Thanks!

particul07

hello, this is my first quiz, i’m happy for do it well. thank you. I’m gonna to be a lot a time here.. thanks again.

titogar

Havta and wansta were new to me. Thanks Ronnie

Tomxtxt

Havta and wantsta were new to me. Thanks Ronnie

Tomxtxt

Thanks Ronnie! Your lesson is awesome as usual! I’ve never heard about “wantsta” – I know about “wanna” and other reductions mostly from songs, but there is a lot of “he/she wanna” :)

AmyTess

Thanks Ronnie!
I love your lessons and your funny gestures while teaching as well!
I ‘m gonna use your tips to become more fluent….

Arash

I am a teacher can you help me improving my teaching skills.merci d’avance.
youssef.

youssef 01

I got 100, thank youu ronnie

Faris Budiman Annas

Thank you very much

saba2015

i got it, thanks

abdoabdo2016

Perfect! It was very helpful. I like You :-)

Edyta1971

Dear Ronnie,
I’m very impressed as you perform video lesson. No dout that you are the best that I’ve ever seem.
Thank you for such kidness and ability.

mamrodr

Thanks!!,

Heidyrv

Thanks a lot for every teachers of engVid.com. Thank you very much. best-engVid.com

Erdenechuluun

100%, it is useful. Tks Ronnie

vikingloveu

It helps me alot. I am thanksfull to Ronnie. Ronnie you impress me alot

Abdullah Burki

ty, i got 8/10. not bad.

tranducquanueh

Thank you! You better teacher

Daribek

Thanks Ronnie for this great class, but I think I’ve found a little mistake on the board: in your second set of examples of mistakes, I suppose that the pronoun “I” was written down by mistake…shouldn’t it be the pronoun “tit” instead? Otherwise, ” I havta” would be correct…

wilson.med33

I’d to type “it” instead of “tit”…sorry, my mistake now. LOL

wilson.med33

Really helpful lessons, thanks

danielcorralb

Thank you very much

dhab

Dear Ms.Ronnie,
thank you kindly, it has been an interresting lesson. I should like to wish you and your family a nice happy Easter. I pay my respect to you wonderful Prof. H

Briklend Handersson

Thank you Ronnie, very good teacher.

skylimbu

oh my god
u’re amazng
thank you a lot
i understood everything what you said

pussymoney3wd

thanks for all i like all of the person

yukeshwar

Thanks……………

cheffahadamin

Clear and funny lesson, Ronnie. I had to check the word ‘toodles’. A brand new (old) word. Thanks a lot.

Olimilla

Excellent, teacher. Thanks for this useful lesson

rodulfo99@hotmail.com

Thanks!!!

JackelD

miss ronni pls is it true
i do research about your company and i found it one of the most biggest companies in middle east , it is a big honor to work with you .
i do a higher studies in ain shams university about financial accounting beside my work , I feel will be a great benefit to your company too , i also have experience of selling field i was in charge of two brands , responsible for 6 employees ,dealt with many problems and solve all of them.

abu salah

Awesome, Ronnie! I didn’t know about the reduction “havta” either “hasta”. “Wanna” and “gonna” I knew it.

moa

thanks misss ronnie

hm9d

Where is the correct use of word “stuff” as a slang and normally?

Akanksha solanki

What is the difference between “hafta” and “havta”?

Raissa Lucilia

You rock Ronnie!!! =D

ruben.emmanuel

thank you

karim hassan farid

you’re the best Ronnie

Walter Carpio

So cool lesion. But is there any audio/video using these one to learn?

bpcuong2013

Thanks Ronnie, I’m clearly know this now

Chhayarith Tes

Thanks

Mohammad02

thanks Ronnie i got a perfect score..!!

graceey405

Thank!
It was very usefull!

Leonidd

9/10.Reduction in sentences it’s important to understand natives speaking. But, I try to avoid speaking like that, because if you don’t speak fluently this reductions will sound weird.

Jorge Pedroso

This lesson was awesome for me. I had a big doubt about this words.

thiagosoaresvr

This lesson was great!!!You are teaching in a so natural manner…it is really a wonderful way to teach English;I discovered you by watching your videos on the British Council website and I immediately told to myself that you were the best teacher I had ever heard for many years…Thank you very much for this extraordinary lesson;best regards,renardedudesert

renardedudesert

Hit me on Skype: krazy madahar
We can help each other

krazy8

LOVE YOU RONNIE.THANKS A LOT FOR THIS LESSON

RexhepKa

I liked too much. Tanks

wilrodrigues

I like so much this lesson … This details will help me a lot when I talk with a native. Thanks doll :)

Lullie

T.Y but I wish give us some slang words used in Canada

Aya naas

Thanks very much Ronnie,

keekisses

Thank you so much

Iman Horo

great experiance Mam nice teaching

djarsi75

Thank you ronnie.

moshlov2010

hello Ronnie,
thank you so much.
i don’t know why subtitle doesn’t work more,it’s hepl us a lot

kassnour01

Ur amazing

JO

thank you ronnie you’re a great teacher

aprendiz2020

Thanks!
I knew new things.

Yusuke9

It’s a very good lesson. tks a lot Ronnie!

EduRJ2015

Great lesson Ronnie!! ;) thank u!! :)

Loveee3

hey how can i get a quiz on the lecture in which you explain about the use of he/she/his/her

yshahi14

good lecture

yshahi14

Hello Ronnie. You are my favorite teacher on this site, so I will ask stupid questions just to you)) I’m a beginner in English, and I have a problem with the cryptic word “nor”. What is the difference between “not” and “nor”? Do you have a special grammatical construction for use this word? Please, can you make a video about it? Thank

AnnPiks

Thank you so mush ms ronia

eslam 20

Great Lesson Ronnie.

SKYPE: nilson.chagas.silva

nilsonchagas

Its very nice lesson thank a lot

Enrique Hidalgo

thank you

ahmed fathi

Thanks a lot for this lesson. I didn’t know some words… Thanks! Ronnie! You rock! Haha

digmusic88

Great ! I learn some thing becase i a so weak an enlish ….

Tajdar

I got all. Thank you very much. I am so happy. You are realy so fun and lovely. thanks a lot.

EmmaAvetisyan

Thanks! I love it!

LauraTurella

I love it…SO MUCHHH
Thanks for the great lesson !!

Ben

very useful,thank you

sandeepswarnaksha

Awesome ! Thank you !

xFabian

Very good! Thanks, Ronnie!

aparecida melo

Omg! I love her, she´s so funny and make me learn so fast. My favorite teacher.

Idelfilho@Sena

Thank you so much! :-)

RedSonia73

Hi, Ronnie. Thanks for this video.
You’re really a great teacher :)
Your lessons helped me a lot.

SKYPE: ZayRan26

ZayRan

I seen structure mistakes.. You wrote he, she, i +havta… This is right or wrong

Maria tran

thank you thank you so much rennie

houcine fed

Thanks teacher! Nice lesson!

Eder L.

hi ronnie can you send me your skype thanks

Rich@rd

great mam….
Thank you so much…..

Aftab.khan804

Hi, can you explain why the correct sentence is “She’s gonna go to work” if The verb “go” appears twice?

Josuedns

wow!very nice the great lesson.
Thank you so much!

nongnuch wisia

WOW SUCH A PRETTY NICE LESSON

EbrahimMohammed

Hi, Ronnie, your lessons are very helpful. Thank you. But I’d like to know one thing… How do you, native speakers, use “wantsta” in questions? For example, there’s such a question “Does she want to go home?” How should I say using “wantsta”?

Christina9528

Useful information

rlmartins

got 7 correct out of 10.
:)
5,6,7,8 are wrong :(

kholio911

Hi Ronnie I Am starting learn English with you :-)

DanioDaniek

OMG! I’ve never had a teacher like you Ronnie! To learn English with you makes the study become more interesting… You’re so hilarious and I like it. You’re a Perfect!! Thank you so much! Sucess for you!

Ana Paula Costa

thnks Ronnie

jmkinggreen

Hi is a good lesson and help me a lot of

joanlar

Great Lession. Thanks Ronnie :)

gralucky

I love ronnie so much. I only learn your lessons from engvid

Suwd

Any advice for studying the academic poetry ??

ghasa

hi hou ar you ronnie

sapah

Ronnie, you’re the best, tk u soooo much …. I love ya <3

davipiasecki

Thanks Ronnie :P

Andrew

Thank you so much. It’s really Superb…

Ra002

you are a geniuos!! this is a very fun way to learn. Thank you very much :)

Shey20

Hi Ronnie , I really Like your way , you are very funny and that makes me like to learn .
I need you to teach us how can we pronounce (The)

amr.wahba88@yahoo.com

Thank you so much ronnie (Y)

Lokesh

Nice I am learning a lot

Hercules 1959

Hi, I leave a comment first today :D
I like your lessons useful explanation, easy to understand and funny !!!

I live in Korea and I’ll keep watching your exciting classes , thanks a million

Jiseon

If someone one want to talk me to practice English and be a friend
Skype :mogdad_abdeen
Whattsapp :00249114635332

mogdad abdeen

Thank you teacher :D

@Nina bshk

oh ! it was so fantastic to learn engvid with msr ronnie !i appreciate your help !!!!!!!!!!!!

sael

thnx ronnie

yomna mohamed

Hi Ronnie, we miss you and your videos
i hope you’re good.

kassnour01

Thank you very much for all your explanations

Manticora

Great! 9 correct out of 10

amprochmann

it’s mistake on the board, don’t you see?

Ruby Rubbish

Nice lesson :) thanks!

Luven

hi is there any english teacher in here? because i really need helps to improve my writing skills and my proper grammar skills. thank you :)

vesper007

thank you this helped me so much

Afsana 12

Thanks Ronnie. It’s helpful.

Chingching tai

Thank you a lot Ronnie! Now I know how to use reductions properly. Very good teacher!!

Moniquin

Great lesson I loved That.

vandir

Thanks alot

bahaafakhry

Great lesson, thank you Ronnie.But I think there is a mistake and maybe you forgot a letter in the lesson
He
she havta
I(suppose to be It?
we can say I havta.
Thank you

annefrance

This is my second quiz and I got 100%
Thank you for the lesson

JeanMarieKorySenghor

very helpful. Thanks a lot

Jessica

Ronnie,

I just LOVE your classes !!! I’m really improving my English with them !!! Thank you so much !!!

Emerson Loyo

great lesson

daniy

thank you ronie very much

khoumouss

hey sis ronnie
i’m from Philippines i love the way you teach it’s really interesting.. and also taking quiz ( how’s my grammar ? )

chaofficial

Thanks Ronnie!!
9/10

mauro

thank you great lesson. greetings.

danyflorez

Thanks Ronnie, what’s a great lesson! You’ve taught me things I never learned in the classroom.

cody

first thank you for your great tips but i have issue in pronunciation which is i’m struggling when i’m trying to pronounce “that the”or any two words starting with “Th” comes together

Mohamed Salah alden

Thank you so much, Ronnie! You are the best!!!!!I made reduction but I really made mistake with she, he, it! this lesson is so helpful!!!!! Thanks again!

natarovno

When I use reduction words sometimes I forgot What do it mean this words.
So, it’s good for me this lesson. Thank you. I’m gonna use reduction words like native speaker.

Yurie diana

Thank you so much, 9/10

elias.rodea

Thank you Ronnie *-*

xJeh Silva

Thank you Ronnie!

larysa6165

Hi Ronnie.
Great job!
I love your classes !
I have a question.
How is it spoken in negative?
Best Regards.

soycharnichart

thank you so much im gonna to use reductions in the future

muthanna hintaw

Thank you some much again Ronnie.

SUNSHINE2015

you are so great teacher i am learning a lotso i am very thanksfull

what I´d like to know is how to make an advertise asking for a job so I´m a truck driver thanks

Faviancito

Hi, i wanna know if it’s correct
“you’re gonna be fine” ^^
anyways thanks ma’am Ronnie I’m learning a lot!

yanna

thanks Ronnie, I learn many things. and I like the way you teach, you’re so funny. I wish I could meet you and learn more about Englosh

leny oktaviana

Someone interested in voice chat?
Skype : windrunnerbr
:D

AlexKaufmann

Very great and help me listen easily

Ianlin0917

90 percent :(

By2505

Good video, Ronnie.

sashadana

thank you Ronnie¡¡¡ I didn’t know there were differents forms for the reductions. You are a fantastic teacher¡¡¡ :D

Soria

Nice Teacher!! thanks for your help!! I loved this tip!

Andreagiugliani

Really nice to listen your class. I would like to say only one sentence about your class. It was awsome

Ashok Gadu

Thank you

dupeng

Thank you Ronnie

mohammed-amer

thanks for this lesson I’ve learned a lot of new things

A7med378

Great I got thanks a lot

Alloughani

I learned many things :) thank you teacher Ronnie :)

Ligaya

    Hi, How are you doing?

    jmesagu1

excellents videos I leaned to much

nestle28

HI i love this lesson. Thank you so much

werawan

Good lesson

Feather7219

hi love this lesson but i have 1 comment,, about the wrong side,, she he i (havta) these are wrong right? but I havta is correct.. confusing,,please clarify

jhensky

Nice lesson, it’ll solve some of my students questions, but I think I Saw a mistake there… When she’s talking about “Havta”, she said it’s wrong to say “He/She/I havta”, but I havta it’s ok, I think she meant “It havta”, right??

mateusgzb

Interesting lesson, thanks a lot

Jamunozcar

I wanna die ,just when you said we tried

Richard Yen

10/10

ann ann

Thanks Ronnie I love it, I’ve never seem this words before, just “wanna” on music “If you wanna be love”

Helen Zini

    Me Too

    ferro

good teaching

Ah Masud

Thanks a lot, now I hope I’m gonna understand English better and speak more naturally. I’d like to see more lessons

Nataly Seleznev

I got 9/10 . Thanks Ronnie, you are crazy :)

Marini2

you are funny Ronnie, but I became understand,
thanks,,

Putrastoic

Thanks. I had never heard some of these reductions.

ferro

Excelent work.you’re the best on this,teaching! !!

Batu58

Now I’ve really learned to how to express myself using all those reductions

aleco30

Thanks Ronnie

charlieC

Thanks Ronnie, very useful this lesson.

arth30

Thank you Ronnie!!!

C222

thank you Roonnie it was helpful lesson

said elboukhari

Thanks Ronnie:)

Tina Choi

For the first time I heard about havta and hasta

ayub-122

I’m gonna be a massive speaker ^^ and she’s hasta deal with it! XD

Krepkiy

I got 9 of 10 whooa

giuseppe2000

I havta improve my English.
I’m gonna be a Native speaker.

Roy Xiang

Hi Ronnie, great lesson and of course you are perfect teacher, thanks a load. I have one request for you. Can you teach us how to pronounce “CAN & CAN’T”. English is my second language so my pronounce for can and can’t seems similar and difficult to understand for native speaker.

ankita verma

I got 10 to 10..

Sivakumar

It is very interesting lesson! Thank you.

setsuko

hhhhhhhhhhh you are crazyyyyyyyy hhhhhhhhh

slimabdou

9/10

ann ann

Great Ronnie! Cool lesson. May Jesus blesses you.

vandeirribeiro

Ronnie, you are the greatest teacher I’ve ever met or seen! …with the greatest sence of humor! :)

KateChatterbox

This is really interesting

bbabe

Just want to say “Thank you” Ronnie! Love You.

arthurvuho

Thanks Ronnie, for your great class!!! Congratulations!!!

Michele Costa

jest i say to you thank you

anwarsalih

thanks this’s awesome

Tofiga

Thanks Ronnie!

Nhu Swift

now, I go learn english. Thanks for lessons.

jonathansilva

Thank you! Now I’m gonna better understand native speakers :-)

Oksana Pakholok

    i also

    parveshmehta07

Thanks Ronnie. good work.

alfred86

very good lesson.
Thank you mam

parveshmehta07

Thank yo, Ronnie! I´m gonna practice this lesson :)

mafebeat

My favorite teacher and her lessons are very fun and interest, and her method it’s really helpful for me everyday. Thanks a lot!!!

Ricelly Henrique

HELLO EVERYONE,
This video is really helpful and specially the way ROONIE teaches,its just AMAZING.She puts some energy and enjoyable face expressions which make us smile while learning.Thank you ROONIE for your work.KEEP GOING.

RAM SHARAN

thanks

Mohamed Rabiaa

I have a question…what does mean “garet”..we can hear it a lot in american movies…for example “I garet go”. Is it “a have got to go” or what? i can*t find this information enywhere…and thans for your lesson Ronnie, you are very fanny…i enjoy lot…i wish you would work in my iniversuty! you would be the best teacher of english over here)

Victoria.Alexandra

    I guess you mean ¨gotta¨, that’s the reduction of ¨got to¨, so you can say I gotta go = I got to go.

    lordluzbel

Great lesson, Ronnie, u r so funny!!Thanks, i’m gonna make the test right now ;)

Juliietapau

Ronnieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, you are AWESOME. if u were my teacher in my school ages or my lecturer, i would be the most diligent student, i will never ever bored to have teacher/lecturer like you. RESPECT & LOVE FOR RONNIE.

Rista Ariani

Very very helpful lession. I love your crazy way to teach english.

lordluzbel

Thanks!!!!

Carlys Ramos

fuck 4/10..bad..

jmanuelsi

thanks

Alinechagas2016

70% correct green thank you,I’m studying in English alone,to me is a big progress 145 days today that I’m studying in English alone in my house and It´s a big progress to me :D

Alinechagas2016

thanks a lot for this lesson is so great for me to talk more naturally

fishtacos17

I try to speak fluent but sometimes i get mistakes thnxx for teaching to reduce mistakes

rumesafatima

Ohh Thank you Ronnie for the lessons. I love english.

Yuliet

I am gonna to use your pieses of advise!!!!!! It is brilliantly!

Shtazerl

thanks a lot .. it was really really helpful

eslam nasr mohammad

it í very interesting, i like it very much!

titvanb2

Thank you Ronnei; Now I understand.

jeyde gocotano

Ronnie, you’re great!!! Thank you for this lesson! I love the way you teach!

linxxxx

Hi Ronnie!
It’s a strange question but I really need to ask it. When my Grandma had came from UK to here, she said food in some pronunciation like fued. Is it correct?

Anya

thanks alot

Sahar Mansour

Thanks

alsayra

Thanks , Ronnie !

Didier Matondo

I did’n know about these!!! “havta” (have to), or “hasta” (has to)….cool!

lilio

Thank you!)
You are very cool and interesting teacher)

OlenkaZ

It is a very helpful lesson . Thanks alot. :)

layali

Ronnie …you are very nice and cleaver teacher ..thank you very much

mahmoud AbdAllah

thank you.

Akire

thank you..!

FABIANESCOBARTF

Thanks Ronni, and you wrote that it’s wrong to say ” I havta…” in your video, Please review again..

Heba Zaki

thank you Ronni

osama osama

The question number 7 is wrong (Is this (spoken) sentence correct, “She’s gonna go to work”?). The answer is NO.. The correct way (SPOKEN) is “Shez gonna go to work”.

fabricioferreira.s

this is amazing lesson and helpfull thank u for your efoor

mohammed 1912

Hi Ronnie,
Thank you for this lesson it is very helpful,
I have a question
is it correct to use noun after wanna as you said in the Video (Do you wanna beer?)
or we have to use just verbs like I wanna go

tawfeekin

I did not know the “havta” reduction! cool

JohnAlf

thanks Ronnie! you are the best and your lesson always help me… really really thank you. <3

Massiso

On the board there is a mistake: he, she, IT “hauta”, instead of “I”. Anyway it was a good lesson. Thank you!

Manumoi

Thanks Ronnie, your lesson is clear and nice to do!

andrek

i love engvid thank you ronnie

francky1645

I love this lesson .I wana more .I am gona study them again and again but I havta go now.

Nageeb abdu

I love this lesson .I wana more .I am gona to study them again and again but I havta go now.

Nageeb abdu

Ronnie,
You are always a great mentor. thanks for this lesson.
anyway I have a problem with enunciation, I have difficulty in phonetics :( how can I improve my speaking skills? any suggestion..thanks

Juli

Hi Ronnie!
Thanks for this video. I have a question about it:
– We can use gonna with YOU, WE and THEY?

If there is a mistake in this text please, correct me.

carlosengforever

Thanks Ronnie and congratulations for the excellent class!

Ivan Reis

I feel like my english is improved a lot.Thanks my dear teachers,love you all.

Zakaria Hussain

thank you ronnie you always make me optimistic about learning english

solly93

Thanks Ronnie

mema s

Hi Ronnie we havta to known each other.because I havta improve my English and it’s gonna difficult.I’m gonna your website to learn natural English .now I known how to speech more natural and reduce mistakes .thank you so much.bye bye

Canny

Thank´s Ronnie! you are the best!! If someone are interested in speak in English for improve the language my Skype is: Juan Casanova. My photo is the same :D.

Juan Manuel Casanova

Great lesson, I’m gonna practice it.

ROMULO MESSIAS

Great lesson, I’m gonna put this in my wall, to see it every day.

Nayo23

great lesson, I wanna learn english and i find you, tahnks

faguirre88

Great Ronnie, you are the best teacher I ever had, your classes are very interesting and useful, Thanks.

Marykita

Nice Lesson
Thank You ronnie :) ..

Mohamed Temerik

It’ s grate lesson!😊 Thank you!

Georgeta

this girl is funny i couldn’t focus because of laughing .

Marooned

Greatjob!

Beanonymous

I got 100% correct ! :D
thank you Ronnie !, you are really a great teacher

Ilyas Kassou 123

10/10…..great lesson…thanks

Shajia2

Thank you.

biniam

Definitely, you make de classes easier to understand it… Thank you teacher Ronnie.

Alexer

…I meant: The classes. Sorry about my write mistake… well, you know, I´m learning.

Alexer

hi ronnie mam
i’m confuse with qus no 2 , if we reduce the word so how it rit ….

kanikadh

hi Ronni,i iwanna ask ajuestion how do we use the pronouns(we,you, they) with are going in the reduction?

rereyy

Such an interesting lesson, despite I’d learned those reduction words, your teaching method was very helpful.

Fabio Forne

Ronnie!

You have provided me an excellent lesson. When I came to Canada, one of the big problems that I faced in that moment were those reductions and additionally the slangs.

Finally, I notice when you were explaining the mistakes with the have to/has to, you mentioned the third person case but wrote “I” instead “it”. Not a big deal to me but probably to other.

Once again Thanks Ronnie you are awesome!!!!

Douglas Lagos

Such you are an amazing Teacher

Saman saleem

I’m very pleased to have understood whole lesson. *-*

Deloan

The best teacher 😘.. Sorry James

Sergio.3214

I think, it’s really works.. be crazy!! Absolutely best teacher :)

acestor

REALLY GREAT LESSON TO MAKE YOURSELF MORE FLUENT THANX RONNIE

Shipra Yadav

Is there anyone to talk in English? I’d like to practice :)

Reginaldo Souza

great lesson Ronnie, i’d appriciate.

Jeff Le

Hi,I want to improve my english with speak someone who nativespeaker in English.Is anyone can help to me for it?

AnnaSyrovatkina

Thanks teacher

bibianoFabio

ronnie you are the best

jahanzaib01

It’s a great lesson. Thank-you so much

MarceloMarcondes

Learned a lot with this lesson. Thanks Ronnie

Josesillo

hello everyone, can someone tell me, why she says that we have to use “she’z gonna” but in the quiz is “she’s gonna”? i didn`t understand that.

gablood57

Hello Ronnie, i like how you teach i really enjoy the lessons,i go school every day with you. thank you so much, really undertand you, this is a classroom infromt of me, i love it

Maria Angela Columba Garcia Bernabe

im got 80…thanks a lot

shaalun

I love yours class! You are a great! I wanna more lessons! Thank you Ronnie!

Lulucoll

My favorite teacher

Aberson

It is very interesting to listen to you. Thanks!

Pyer

Thanks Ronnie, this is great. God bless you.

georgeamoah

Thanks Ronnie, what about they/we/you ,is it they/you/we’re gonna?
Am I right?

bintii Mohammed

Thanks a lot, teacher, you’re awsome!

Husam

This lesson is funny and very useful

Tans Miranda

Thank you… :)

derag09

sorry but see mistakes, “i havta” not mistakes it’s true !!

chmoussa

hablo español, como hago para aprender omg

DenisDiaz

7. She’s gonna go to work???
what about “shez”!!!

MubeenMaaz

The lesson was Great, thanks Ronnie.

Ernesto Muanassala

100%💪💪💪💪
Thx ronniiiiiiiiiiieee
Luv u soooo much😘😘
From egypt

Yoyooo

Ronnie , ur the best and we always get the benefit from u .

Mohammed Al-azzani

Thanks maam ronnie 😊

Erika23

great lesson Ronnie

Sayokino

now i am understanding what others speaking. thank you mam

praveen ron

Ronnie, thank you so much. Your are the best!

dreamk7x

This is very useful!

Marykita

GREAT LESSON. THANKS!

Lrucgalindo

i gonna be your student
thanx alot for you lession

reda el

thanks for your help

ithelius

Thaks for your class,

JUAN CEA

Thank you!! one of my favorite teacher

Daniel Noesis

So interesting

Aboufares

You got 10 correct out of 10

M kartal

Thank you very much Mrs. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

Great!! No One ever explain me that about 3rd person (hasta) use of reduccion forms. Thanks a lot!!

catafurna

And also “wansta” =)

catafurna

So cool!! I’m gonna go to try more and more, every time.
I’d like understand better the it uses ponctuation, it’s complicated! May you help me.

Rosemaryoliveira

Thx :)

CesurKondom

Hi Ronnie, I’m afraid there’s a mistake in 5:50.
You said:
(You can’t say: “He, she or I havta”)

Otherwise perfect as always. Thank you very much.

Martin Martin

Actually, You have great talent to don’t make us boring.

Ryutarou Yamazaki

Good lesson, Ronnie.
I’m gonna learn more.

David

hello everyone
I want to practice with you English speaking if you like send to me request friend on Skype

My mail on skype : ferci.sami

SamyymaS

Ronnie youre really hot, i wanna meet you :)

checkmate2020

Great lesson thank you 🙏🏻♥️

Elmehdi souadi06@

Awesome! The perfect lesson, now I’ll understand more the native.

Cris Machado

Awesame

AndrzejSch

I enjoyed the lesson. Very usefull

Seif dunee
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