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370 COMMENTS

Thanks, you are an excellent teacher, i’ve been watching some videos for beginners and i really didn’t know many things, i’m not beginner, mmm i think so, because i’m studying english in a school and I have one year there, thanks for your videos, here i’m learning vocabulary that i can use diary.
Karem,I am from Mexico

karem95

    Thank you Ronnie.You help a lot))

    vitaly73

Thank you Ronnie .. waiting for next video .. best regards ..

meshal517

Great lesson. I have a question. Many times I hear people saying on the phone”I’ll meet you at the mall” or I’ll meet you there… For what a saw at your lesson this is incorrect, the correct way will be “I’ll see you at the mall”??? Thank you

Mary

    This is exactly what I noticed when I was watching the lesson. I know the correct answer, but however, we’ll wait for Ronnie to reply. Ronnie, jump in the help here, unless you want me to explain this :PP

    Marko

    You can say I’ll meet you at the mall.
    You can use meet if there is a time, place, or day!

    Ronnie

      hey ronni i want to talk with you in chat to improve my langauge

      muhamed 90

Hello, I am Mohamed Magdy, I am Egyptian but i live in Saudi Arabia, Really i want to learn english and i was looking for good way make me learn english, Until i found you channel and your website, but also i have problem in the listening skills, Finally, I thank the teacher Ronnie on these videos.

Mohamed Magdy

I had no idea these things are badly said by ESL learners. I consider myself as a advanced student, but I can’t help feeling like a begginer when I watch these kind of videos and I learn elementary information.

esphiritu

I forgot to say thanks.

esphiritu

I’m laughing so much with the Michael Jackson’s question.

Natan

    LOL!

    marizarz

Very interesting lesson teacher Ronnie!

Your lesson has been useful, because in Spanish language , Isn´t important to keep in mind if you are going to question to a young or an old person. The meaning is exactly the same.

Victoria Campos

    Hello Ronnie!

    I have a doubt. Is it correct to say… I have a job appointment? When we are going to have a job interview?

    violet37

      We don’t use job appointment…we say job interview!

      Ronnie

Thank you sooooooooooooooo much :)

azzamli

Thanks Ronnie! As always another very fun lesson :)

lluispinyol

:: Tks Ronnie :: You´re a great teacher.

Italo

8/10 ,, Thank you for the lesson and for every thing •^_^•

akon85

All i can say is “thank you” and one more thing you’re a great teacher keep goin’ ahead and i’m waitin’ for the next lesson GOD Bless you.

Gab's

Very interesting RONNIE tnx

bnkheldoun

It was strange for me to hear about “meet”.
http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/meet_1
Here it is said that ‘meet’ can be used not only for the first time, but also in other cases including
2 see somebody by chance
[intransitive,transitive not in passive] to see someone by chance and talk to them [= bump into]:
You’ll never guess who I met in town.
I was worried I might meet Henry on the bus.

resextensa

    As I understood, Ronnie mentioned about “met” , not about meet .
    we can say “I met” only for the first time.
    We still can use “I will meet you …. “

    Elina

    great

    Eldahby

Hi Ronnie
Thanks for this great lesson.

mohammed

I have a few questions. Some of them regard previous videos of engvid. I posted them bellow those videos, but no one answered to them.

1. If the context is known, can we drop the subject? For example:
– This hamburger looks tasty. Is it good?
– Is good.

2. The question: What are you doing? — “Whacha doin?”
When you speak it quickly, do you drop the “are”, and you say it like “What you doing?” I, actually, do not hear any “R” sound when you say that question.

I’m asking because Americans make very characteristic sound when they say words of which one ends with “T” and another begins with “Y”. For example in embedded question — “I know what you did”.

3. Which one of these two sentences is correct?
I played that game. (computer game)
I played in that game.

And If I say:

I have really awesome game. Would you play with me. — Does this mean sex, too? :D

morfik

Such a funny lesson. I laugh so much. thanks you o much, Ronnie. ;)

Keith Trần

dear Ronnie
you do lessons and I watch them daily. you seems nice to me. so I watch your lessons more.Thanks a lot for your lessons.

tashiya oshadi

thank you so much ..

lynn

Ronnie said ‘meeting your friends’… was it used in the meaning ‘seeing for the very first time’?
Thanks!

Paulo

Thanks Ronnie its very intersting lessons

amira

thanx a lot

bochralar

I got 9 point.Thank you so much,That the good one lesson and easy keep in mind.

james B

Hello Ronnie, This lesson is great addition in my spoken English knowledge bank. Your explanation is simple and easy to understand, to be very frank no one explains these things.
Thanks a lot

Piyush

I can’t believe , I have been studying english for along time , I never understand so clear until I found You. Thanks for everything , You have a great way to teach . God bless You

Paty Sulbaran

Thanks Ronnie, you are my favorite teacher!! I am learning a lot of thinks,…My goodness I had not idea that play means sex :S
I would like that you teach us about to be in love, phrases beetween boyfriend and girlfriend, please!! Thanks! :)

elicaro17

    Things! :P no thinks

    elicaro17

    Thank you so much

    KoThet

    The first paisana I’ve ever seen at engvid.com!

    jonath689

      Q viva Colombia! :D

      elicaro17

        Would you like to speak English in Skype? I need to speak English with others people. Bye

        Peterson Cattuzzo

    That’s very RIGHT!!!

    sridhar

thanks ronnie,i would like to see a lesson about the word “record” for example: my records are good in the school, or I recorded that event

lmarkis9

Siete fantastici. In English means YOU ARE GREAT!

Antonio

thanks Ronnie for your english lessons! They are helping me a lot! I hope one day I could speak a very good english! You are my favourite teacher your lesson are so funny! I have learnt more things on this site that at school!
Byee

emma96

Oh, my God! Why didn´t you warn me before??? It´s late… I must having “played” a lot of times…

Paulo

Thank you dear Ronnie for this wonderful lesson ! At least, i won’t say stupid things in the future !!

bilel

Hi Ronnie, great lesson!!

ilfabri1966

you’re very funny..than ks for the lesson:)

pamela91

GooooooooodShoooooooooooooooW!
Hope c u soon.
9_
10

fatiima8

Great lesson!. This kind of explanation is not easy to find on internet.

Luis

How can I am not getting testing any more?
Thank you
The test and the lson was grate!

Assefa Degiffe

you have an iteresting way ofteaching thanks

issam

I follow u like a Tv series :)

geop147

very important i’m waiting for others videos

ebahir123

Hope you soon, Best Regards

marcela12

Is a very good lession. thank Ronnie

nestorrosario

Thank you
that is really useful

odiabuzummar

I think you’re the best teacher ive ever seen! :D I always laugh when im watching your videos, they’re very fun and interesting the great way to teach students.

loque

Oh! Teacher, You are so clear, I love all the things You do baby, thanks

Luis Henry

Than you for the good class. Your teaching method is great.

Thanks.

Boyle

Boyle Park

play with me. I don’t wanna hang out with u.lol. thank u Ronnie.

Efrain Dominguez

    Respect this very good teacher. You are silly, stupid and rude. You are nothing to do here.GO OUT

    vilainpetitcrapaud

Thanks ronny you are the best

Jorge

Hi!! Thank you for making such nice videos. Im wanna teach someday!

Joe

Ronnie you are the best
its been a long time since the last lesson
please do more.
take care.

yusuf1

Hi Ronnie, My name is Katy. I really like your methods of teaching. I can’t get enough when I watch your videos. I couldn’t find your e-mail address. I am looking for a match native speaker who can help me and talk to me 3-4 hours everyday to be more fluent in speaking.How can I find these people? Can you help me ? Looking forward to hear from you.

Katy

Hi Ronnie,

This is Farooq.I am new at this website.This lesson has been very useful for me.i used to use those words.But at least in future I am not going to use the words in that way.

Thanks a lot Ronnie

mfarooq1981

thank you Ronnie

dya1026

i speak English very well, and still love to see this videos especially from you ronnie, if someone wants to improve their English with me here’s my email address. Aliaspiolin@hotmail.com

steve

I BELIEVE NOBODY WANTED TO BELIEVE ME !!!!

Atef

To play football at night sounds weird!

bonhob

    It’s not weird because usually people are busy at work at the daytime. So for the rest of people it’s the only way to play football or something else. Personally I prefer sailing and windsurfing or playing with my girlfriend. btw I’m also from Russia and I’ve been to St. Petersburg. It’s a really nice city. It’s thought to be a “cultural capital” of Russia. Sometimes I also study Polish at night. You should try it because it’s an interesting language.

    Bertie Wooster

    to play with football at night sound more wiered

    rajpal yadav

Thank you!! This video help me a lot

Leo

thanks for the lesson..i will never play with my friends any more))))))

sanan26

thanks for the lesson..I will never play witj my friends anymore))))

sanan26

Great lesson Ronnie..
Thanks for the lesson
I can be your friend:D
can i be your friend Ooo Ronnie?
Please

aamm

Good job! The teacher is amazing and i liked here. Thank you.

waleed13

    her

    waleed13

great lesson

filiz88

hi ronnie please small questione: how can i download all your lessons?

azzam1977nf

what asurprise for me ! These rules are only for Canada or in all countries speaking english ? Thank you veryMuch

vilainpetitcrapaud

Ronnie,
You said that MEET is used when seeing and talking to someone for the first time. How about going to a place where someone will be at a particular time waiting for you (not for the first time), e.g. Why don’t we meet for lunch on Friday? It’s correct, isn’t it?
Could we replace MEET in this sentence with SEE without changing its meaning? (Why don’t we see for lunch on Fr?)
I look forward to your reply.
BW!

urszulka

…and one more thing:
I started my comment: You said that MEET is used…
Since it’s reported speech it seems that it would be better to write: You said that MEET WAS …
Is backshifting obligatory in such types of sentences?
Thank you in advance!

urszulka

Thanks, Ronnie

zergiomendez

Thank you, Ronnie. That was indeed useful. I’m looking forward to the new lessons (esp. on slang ;)

ekaterina1

Great. Thanks a lot

Tony

Thank You so much

vegesh

thanks

لبنان

Once again, thank you :)

glmrenard

Thanks for all Ronnie. I have a question for you. Could you make sentences with the expression “go dutch”?

asevedoprynce

this lesson is useful for every one thanks

senthilkumar

thanks dear Ronnie,it was really useful……

Dado

Thanks Ronnie!!! you’re simply…..great! I made this mistake many times

geppo

good videos of u u are the best teacher

mrs ajaz hussain

Wonderful lesson, great work. This it is so much useful.

thiagocarvalho22

i would like to ask the difference between can and could,and how do we use in sentence. Thank You kndly in advance.!!!

ann

Ranny’s method of speaking is so great! She makes me laugh and gives me the chances to learn new things. God bless you Engvid.

rizwanahmedmemon

all of them are incredible lessons.

oscar

Hi Ronnie! Thank you very much for your lessons, they’re just great. I spent 5 months in Toronto and I just came back to Mexico 3 weeks ago, though I’m sure I’ll keep practicing English by watching your videos and taking their quizzes.
I only have a question about this lesson. I remember my friends saying this all the time while we were there in Toronto: “Let’s MEET at Yonge and Bloor at 7:00”, I guess they were wrong, weren’t they? What would be the right expression to tell everybody where and when we all have to be to hang out together?
Best regards!

ezekiel

thanks

hasan

Thanks

butterfly11

thank you for this lesson it’s really helpful to improve our english as a second speaker thank you hope to keep going in this good job to help the people around the world to speak and lean english best regards from the free LIBYA .

ahmed

Thank you Ronnie,your class is very funny and useful.I like learning English.

tocher90

    Hello!!!

    sridhar

in your lesson about have and had you explaining all pronouns excep you what about it

musa

Ronnie , u’re the best :)

ahmedkhalil0000

thanks

zienali33

Open O sesame !!

Atef

But you can say ” I played domino or cards with
my mom or sister ” Is that fine ?

Atef

It is said that “First impression is the Last impression”, and I know that I am in safe hands now to learn English. I Watched few videos and all Teachers are Awesome. You are also one of them…. One of my Favorites…. :)

sunnysharma

=O They didn’t publish my comment!

ezekiel

    I’m sorry! :S

    engVid Moderator

      Don’t even mention it. I already saw my comment published. Thank you guys!

      ezekiel

Thank you so much Ronnie..

berzegerol

thank you ronie you’re god teacher.I like your teaching method ….bless u teacher

zulfiqar

Hi Rnnie
Can you publish transcript of your teaching?
I mean if it is possible make transcript of your talk as a PDF file and publish it on the same site with each lesson. That will be very helpful for ESL’s students.
I don’t know how to thank you?

Ali Murad

thanks ronnie!!

donnaqi

thank for your lesson. Do u want to play with me ? oop! I mean do u wan to hang out with me? :D

khoa8887

thank you Rone fo r helping me

hawbiromer

Hi Ronnie,
I find your lessons really powerful!!!
Can you tell me please if it is correct to use -meet- in the following sentence
” meet you in front of the cinema”?
Thank you!
Bye!

briteach

Hi again. I think you ought to make a lesson on
hotels because many people (including me)appear not to know what to say at hotels. bye!

Bertie Wooster

Thank you very much for such a useful and positive, funny lesson! We need teachers in our russian schools like You! Really enjoyed! )

Nika

I cant believe that
amazing lesson
thx a lot ron

sohiel93

Thank you Ronnie

sameh012

thanks Ronnie

awab

very nice lesson,thanks.

rabbani

thanks for you Ronnie..It is a great lesson.

sadiki

hi! hey teacher Ronnie,i have a question,actually what happened,i wrote to my husband yesterday on skype that i will hang out in the morning and i signed out from skype ,then he gave me a call on cell phone and said u r going to hang out in the morning means u r going to die (suspend to death)i said no .who said to u,he said u wrote me….he started laughing badly on me,so teacher tell is this” i will hang out in the morning” is wrong or it should be like this “i will hang out with u in the morning”actually i just wanted to say him that i will see u in the morning on skype” plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz answer

hadia

Thank you Ronnie,this is very instructive. I believe the context is everything, though. It’s always good for us to know how native speakers feel about different issues like this. In Spanish this could be similar issue, “encuentro” y “veo”. Thank you again.

jafcru12

thanks

Thamiz

It is really funny but, it’s exactly useful lessons to me!

Yohan

thank u

sahil

this was a great lesson !! we often do mistake in above sentence , thanku

sarvadnya

Thank you

Rasha

you saved me ;) lol

ayw404

thanks indeed teacher

aweis

hi. i love you soooo much. you are the best teacher ever. would you be my friend????:) i watched all your videos.all of them are useful you helpe me alooooottttt. I will have my ielts in 10 days. i want to aske you if you could exeplan writing task 1 in videoes i will be thankfull. thank you soooo much
:):):):):)

sha22

Thank,s for your lesson

agatha22

hi ronnie! you’re fun…a great teacher, trying to teach us english in a playful way. love it!

mariettakemp

Hi ronnie,,this is my 1st time,,help me to speak english very well,i like the way you teach,God bless

jampong04

Hi Ronnie, you are a great teacher. And I didn’t find a video there about using the words ‘like’ and ‘as’. Please, could you create this one ? Thank you very much :-).

antartyk

i am new to america. i have just started learning english. i found your vedio is very very useful for me. i will keep learning from your vedio.
thanks for your great work.

nidhi

your way of teaching is really really very interesting. i enjoyed it.

nidhi

Dear Ronnie,

I am a great fan of your’s teaching. You really make the class interactive and I want you to continue this work. Need some writing skills from you.

Ronaleen

Ronnie!
Thank you!

I would definitely make a mistake if I did not watch the video!

yankhonskiy

hi Ronnie , while i was browsing the web site to find an English teacher and English lessons , i found your video lessons in YouTube , i was surprising and very interesting to see these videos and start to understand what you are saying , you use simple expressions , vocabulary ,also i can understand your speech very well , thanks Ronnie .

omergasim74

Ronnie,thanks for your great video.
If i didn’t watch your video,i definitely use the wrong world.Espencially,i always translate Chinese to English directly.

Frances

I’d like to play with you so much, my friend Ronnie, lol. Just for joke !!!

Phong

Ronnie! you are a brilliant teacher! I like a lot your classes, you are very funny!! Thank you.

joana83

You’re amazing!!!Thnx!!!

hnar90

gr8 job ronnie…im a new uzer:)

zaibulhira

your teaching is adorable ,

sudathsanjeewa

Thaks!! It’ s difficult however to remember the differences. It demands practice.

sokou

Hi Mrs. Ronni
How are you ?
I hope to answer my questions ..
I’ll go later to the some English countries to take some courses to improve my English language, especially in tow skills , speaking and writing .
I’m graduated from English department and studied an American English and my own language is Arabic .
So can you please give me the best and excellent academies whether its in America, British or Canada .
I prefer the duration of the course within a year or what you think it’s good .
And also I need now to talk and speak with native speakers online .. Can you give me helpful websites
I’m waiting you . Big Thank for you =)
8 september 2012 ..

Saydra

Thank you, Ronnie

daibang88

Thanks Ronnie

world3ds

Hi!
how are you my name is maksat! I have been here u.s 4 months. I little learning english. My problem don’t spoke english? help me

Maksat

Nice lesson .Thanks Ronnie :)

reqah

you are very nice , grandma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

heinsettaung2012

Thank you sooooooooooooo much Ronnie

hinda20

Thanks for z lesson.

josephamanuel

Thanks! You are so funny! And yours lessons are great!

mercom152

thanks you so much. this lesson really usefull

tung

Thank you so mush.

huichin

interesting

MR affes

i just told it today to two american kids. I said.. ” Hi do you wanna play with us?” am i bad? but anyway.. they “hang out” with me and my kid. we had a great time building a sand castle.

ana

hello
i have seen ur english video its ameazing thank alot plz make more

rashid

hi! thank you for this lesson. However, I am a little confused because I would like to know how can I say to a friend if he wants to play tennis… It is correct to say: Do you want to play with me? I understand “hang out” is similar to invite somebody to do something, for instance, go to the cinema, go to a restaurant, go to a coffee…could you explain me that point? thank you so much.

ricardofonseca

    There’s a few ways you could say that!

    • Do you want to play tennis with me?
    • Do you want to hang out and play tennis?

    You’re right, “hang out” is a general term, so if you want to be more specific you could mention what you want to do. “Let’s hang out at [name of coffee shop]”, “We should hang out in [neighbourhood]”.

    engVid Moderator

Ronnie
Thank you veri much for this lesson.

Mansozi1

thank you for this lesson.

hanuman

thank you :)

At

7. Perhaps Michael Jackson __________ with children.
hung out
visited
played
(all the answers above are correct)
Explain, please. I do not quite understand why the last variant is correct. It turns out that we can use “visit” with “with” and the meaning will be like “hang out with”?
And the other question I can not catch the word in Ronnie example “I saw/met you at the…yesterday”. Thank you.

zhenya13

    The last answer is correct because it is believed that Micheal Jackson had sex with kids.

    Ronnie

      Do YOU believe this? :)

      ivan1

      is it correct to say perhaps michael jackson visited with children? or visited by the children?

      sanmar

    I agree with U .
    my comment on that :::::……
    OBJECTION !!! on t 7th question…
    the verb ‘ visit’ can t be used before ‘WITH’

    teacher38

i am really impressed by you Ronnie…..

Regards,
Tariq
from pakistan

Tariq Farid

Ronnie i realy enjoyed ur lesson thanks dear

aymantalaat7376

thanks Ronnie
your teaching style is awesome

feelingheart

Thank you v.much for this video it was very useful to me thank’s

Safwan

Thank you Ronnie :)

natchalada55

haha You’re awesome Ronnie!!

gasolina987

thanks Ronnie for correct my quiz.

fady george

O my God! Now I know why he doesn’t talk with me. It’s because I didn’t know difference between play and hang out. What’s a shame!
Thank you very much :)

Magia

I love you Ronnie! You are the best! =D
I hope can to improve my English and who knows one day I talk to you.
Thank you so much.

ravenabezerra

Thank you.You are wonderful

alireqa

Can I say play when I am talking about sports and cards? Play tennis/ play cards

Regina

thanks

mvkonly

thank you

fouad111

great ..
thanks..:~D

zhiki

you are really nice and you know to teach. Thanks you.

Kevin

Perhaps Michael Jackson hung out with children. Perhaps – NO

visited Perhaps – NO
played maybe = Perhaps => OK

(all the answers above are correct) NO&NO&OK=>NO

xelth

Thanks. Ronnie. through your videos I’m learning so much. luv ya.

lgugs

What’s the meaning sound weird? Or fine ,

Eman

thanks

dinuanjan

you are funny , wanna hangout with me :P

atulsharma

Excellent teaching. Thank you Teacher!

sridhar

it was really nice one…

ronit

Thank you Ronnie!!!!

akibelle

this is my firts class!!!I hope to complete many more.
thank you very much for the help.
and thanks for the lesson.
Miguel.

michaelvic

you are very clever teacher, Ronnie

aboislam

thank’s the best

sofiane

thanks a lot Ronnie

moha0tb

Thanks Ronnie i enjoyed your lessons it has been a pleasure listening to you

Arif

thanks all out ronnie

hunar

Ms Ronnie
1st
In the questions doesn’t it seems to be weird grammatically to say that that last answer is right because that answer says that He (visited with children) that’s 1st
2nd
If the word PLAY means HAVING SEX
Then if I was playing on my Play Station
and my friend entered the room and I want to ask him to play a Play Station game with me
what could I say
Answer please
Thank you for your time

Omar Hesham

Ms Ronnie
1st
In the questions doesn’t it seems to be weird grammatically to say that that last answer is right because that answer says that He (visited with children) that’s 1st
2nd
If the word PLAY means HAVING SEX
Then if I was playing on my Play Station
and my friend entered the room and I want to ask him to play a Play Station game with me
what could I say
Answer please
Thank you for your time

omarhesham

    Notes
    I meant in the beginning of 1st line the question number 7
    And forgot to delete the letter S from ( seems ) the same line

    omarhesham

    Yes, you can say play for video games!

    Ronnie

      Thanks Ronnie:
      the lessons are really useful for I have learned many important issues
      thanks again

      Abdul Qadeer akbar

hi ronnie, please could you aswer me this? what if a use ‘play’ in this way, would you like to play video games with me?
will that way be fine or wierd?

valen2012

    If you use play for any game it is great! Do you want to play tennis/video games/chess with me??

    Ronnie

i got 9points thank you ronnie ^^

aerosmith

Thank you Ronni ,, u r owsam :)

mrawan

i wanna learn by face,can you help me

sahil

well “

optimism

well done

lifengjimmy

Jackson question ^^
Thank you Ronnie ;)

Andrew

OBJECTION !!! on t 7th question…
the verb ‘ visit’ can t be used before ‘WITH’

teacher38

Thank you Ronnie. Untill now I made many mistake with “play”

Amir

I like it

thanks alot RONNIE <3

rosy55

I got 90/100 in the quiz 0. The only wrong answer was a Michael Jackson one.. I selected played, I feel that hang out is also correct but I am confused that how come this sentence is true that Michael JJackson
Visited with children.. it can be only true if He visited with children to somewhere ? Can’t be true in the sense of hanging out

semi

Ronnie, u makes me laughing with tears on my face! Cheers love! :D
Please I need give me a hand please, explain in some video what means word Love in British English or Hun?
Because I can get confusion with my girl friend, she thinks that I’m speaking very gentle to women, And I’m trying to make them girlfriends! LOL , It’s complicated because I’m using that for standard word in British English, which means girl,not to explain that I love someone.Please do video for me please!Cheers!

scortan

Hi Ronnie! I have a doubt, you said we use always hang out with someone but can I say “I hung out yesterday.”? It´s possible to use hang out without with if I dont want identify with who I hung out?tks!

tmozzer

    Yes, you can just say I hung out.

    Ronnie

Thank you so much Ronnie! It’s very helpful (:

Reiki

Thank you. can I say ” I get already”? i mean I understand after you taught us.

Eliza

9 !! because I failed the seventh question about Michael Jackson lol xD hehehe

jimmysaenz90

THIS LADY IS VERY FUNNY. I LIKE THE WAY SHE TEACHES. THANKS RONNIE.

REA

Thank you for your lessons.

I am studing english.

I wish to speak english very well.
(particulerly speak)

see you next time. bye….

No

thanx

rami1980

I love the way you teach us. I love you video. I’m gonna try to watch all of your lessons! Thank you so much for making me have good skills in english. :D

pui

thanks a lot Ronnie i m Algerien i enjoyed your english lessons they re v interresting especially the method used in explaining it

aek . benayed1

this is funny hahahaha

jasonbem13

Hi Ronnie. Your videos are really great!

I have a question. How can I invite someone to play (“jugar”.If you know wath I mean. Not sex) a videogame match online???

santiago342

    OH! I realized I made a mistake in the word wath ,it was what.

    I’m still waiting for the answer.
    thanks

    santiago342

thank you ronnie u r great your way of teaching is awesome God bless u

dharam

Funny introduction. i’ve got 10 Thanks. by now im not gonna use that play more often Haha. lol

ydlax

Thank u Ronnie.
Please, could u help me with this? Are they both correct?
-i’m meeting up with my old friends at 7:00
-(we’ll go out for dinner) hey, we’re meeting up at 7:00

mrgrape380

that was a great lesson because it was very easy to understand! thank you so much

antonia12

nice lesson dear teacher.

Saima

Dear Ms Ronnie,
Thanks for your lession, I learn more learly for each word when I ues it. You explaned this lession very good.
Thanks alot.

Dungnguyen

thanks teacher Ronnie.
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mostafa

Can you come to Saudi Arabia to teach me ? :(
I really want the native speakers who teach the good language :”””””

Roeia

Hey Ronnie…
I met by chance your videos in youtube yesterday. I watched 5 or 6 videos since then. I’m really enjoying your explanations and the real world tips you teach.

Marco

9 correct out of 10 – Thomas from Poland thx

7thomas7

thank you but i dont understod.i am little know english and who do help me.

Ziyaddin

Thank you Ronnie

Qaiss

Ronnie: You are a great teacher!! Lessons are amussing and interesting! Besides You are so much fun I really enjoy your classes. Tks!
Vicky

vicky

first of all i would like to thank you for your useful lessons.i am little bit confused with ‘hang out’.is it spoken english? or can we use it in written english to talk about friends?

hemkumar

Thank you

tariq123

Hi my teacher Romina
you are a good teacher. I am a buddhis monck.
your teaching is good. I like your matherd.good bail

rev D sudhamma thero

Thank you so much .

Hind

Hi,I am english student and I want to improve my english,could anyone help me let me know,my skype id is sorin.boidache.

Sorin

thank you so mush
God bless you
you are funny

hakami

Ronnie, tienes una forma muy divertida y agradable de enseñar el idioma, eres una excelente profesora.
gracias por tus videos he aprendido mucho y lo sigo haciendo.
Maria Aleyda de Colombia
Soy Maria Aleyda

MARIA ALEYDA

what if my brother asked me do you wanna play with me what does that mean

Jack

acquaintances are anywhere :D.. friends are not anymore :(.. hahaha just kidding!!! thank you teacher Ronnie!!!

georgy07

Thanks ^_^

forsha5

thank u very much ma’am.

mono23

don’t talk about my friend

yusuf123

i really love is car on the picture please make a video about this car please answer me please

yusuf123

hello roony i thank you very much you are a good teacher but i want to help me please if you dont mind im egyption and i cant speak english good so i teach from you a lot but i want to speak with someone by english and its my email on skybe wagdywessam@skybe.com and im sorry if i pother you but truly i want to learn a lot

figoo

thank you so much, your my best teacher

ajmalakbari

Hi Ronni, this is Abdul from jazland,you did fantastic job, but I have question. How can I understand when I hear meet and meat.Thanks.

abdul2013

hi ronnie
please:could u help me, iwant u to give me “sites music links” because iwant to download songs ,music clip to listen to it .thank u so much.

hassanahmed

Thank you so much. we are mistaking “~to play with me.” I have got it now.

bummia

Perhaps Michael Jackson __________ with children.
hung out
visited
played
(all the answers above are correct)

Dear Teacher..how can i say above mentioned answers are correct?
for eg :1 ) jackson played with children i think here it is mentioning on sexy taste?
2) why doesn’t use here HUNG OUT?
3) hang out is strange for eg? i have to hang out my friend in the evening… is it correct usage? pls let me know my own teacher..

Ta
Shameer

shameer

dear ronnie,you are very nice human,because you help me very much.thank you

mohsen64

Thx a lot!!!

marcoloneroma

You’re a great teacher Ronnie. God Bless!!!

mm12152012

Hi Ronnie mam. Could you please give a lesson on how to describe nature and our surroundings?
Some vocabulary related to environment.
Could you help me mam?

sravani95

Thanks to your lessons, I believe I’ll never make such mistakes from now on. Your lessons are not only helpful but very entertainig!

sunshine425

thanks that was so helpful!

diyaa

HI everyone im fond of making friends so if you want to be my friend then add me on facebook, you can add me via my email cresta_umess@hotmail.com… see you in facebook :)

mrumesh

Thank u so much Ronnie

dine02

i like the way you teach Ronnie,i would like to meet you! you are the best.

geraul

Ronnie is the best,fuck of the rest :P

tamerden

    We accept the Ronnie appreciation but would like to assure all the other engVid teachers that they are *also* the best.

    engVid Moderator

Thanks Ronnie

Mantrini

thanks you, you’re a great teacher

thanh.hoa.k05

not a good thing to say play.

jehanzeb

Thank you Ronnie…you are awesome♥

Rahaf

Hi, Ronnie I just to ask if what is the difference between “in’ and ‘on’ and where and when is the right time to use it. I am very confuse with this two. Can you please help me about it.

Elyne

hi,ronni…pardon me, if i write something wrong. because i can’t speak/write English very well..but i want to thank you. u are a great teacher…

akansha

I’m addicted to your lessons. Thank you so much! ^_^

garnikute

I like your lessons Ronnie.
Ican learn English pleasantly with you.
Thanks a lot!!

mayap

That was hilarious :D Thank you very much!
Can you say to your friend: Do you want to play tennis (or whatever) with me tomorrow?

KIV86

Thank you Ronnie! I really like your lessons. They are so easy understanding and accessible. I am improving my english with you. Thank you and I wish you all the best. You are so cind.

ZhanarZhenis

Thanks a lot Ronnie!

jimmy9x

Thank you

khudaidost

Please Ronnie a lesson to know the
difference between: ship cheap chip.
thanks

AdrianaVejarano

Fortunaly, I have made this mistake with my husband no with my friends.

Can I say?
Let’s hang out guys.

melva

thank you for this lesent

raibakir

I hund out with my brother today. Whay play means to have a sex ? I don’t understand.

Narek90

Ronnie you is simpatic !!

Armindoos

Ronnie
I want to see speak in portuguese rsrrs

Armindoos

Thanks Ronnie I got 70%. I will play with you, oh no, it is just a joke.

Abdul Qayum

Hi Ronnie
Thank you very much for this lesson. I love your method teaching. You are very friendly and funny teacher. Best wishes for you Ronnie.

MagicDreams

Thanks Ronnie

Abdel36

thanks ,I want to your friend on facebook, because I need to play with you

John

thanks ,I want to be your friend on facebook, because I need to play with you. could you give to me your facebook’s name? please

John

thank you for vdo to any plepeo

so i like you caracter on vdo .

popcomsci

Useful , thanks .

samir

Thany you so much.

mikeshen

Ronnie is the best teacher! Thanks ive learned a lot

Fredhen

ronnie what is meaning of weird and how it would be pronounced? and place upload a video about daily much used word like….

mani0007

Ronnie, you are the first englishspeaking Person who i can understand by hearing)) In that reason i’m here now, though first time i have seen your lessons on youtube.

Jetull

Thanks, Ronnie I like your lesson and the way you teach people because it’s very easy to understand.

amandathedoc

Hey Ronnie, I just want to say thanks a lot. It’s been really useful all the stuff you teach us. Hugs. :)

SebastianRc

Hello, Ronnie! When could we use “hang around”? Does it have the same meaning as “hang out”?

Karol99

Lovo you ronnie!

leanleanleanlean

i got 90 :) thanks ronnie you are the best teacher ever

MostafaNasr

Hi Ronnie!You are a amazing teacher! ¿Das clases de ingles en Toronto? ¿Como puedo contactarte?

albalsuarez

Ogromnoe spasibo!o.O!?

Iamhere.

Love <3
Verry useful!!!!

MyDoo

Thank you, I like your pronunciation, it’s clear for me. And also I would like to watch a lesson about character,temper,but rather: contentious and argumentative.

Elliesmity

Love your practical lessons!

JJane

Thanks. I’ve never knew before.

Saii fi

Thank you! i like your lessons

niniana8

Hi Ronnie, I heard you saying this many a times in your videos “long time ago there is a band named(whatever name)” or “long time ago there is a cream blah blah”, i want to know why are you saying “is” when it is in past, it should be “was”. BTW I like all your videos, great effort from entire team of engvid. Thank you.

irinadiplo

Thank you so much Ronnie.
i like your way to teach us.
serious but funny, hopefully will make me understand faster
Good luck for you. :)

sri wahyu

9 correct out of 10. Thanks a lot Ronnie!!!!

anusha4320

I learned a lot from your lessons..
Thank you very much!!

anusha4320

Very interesting….

anusha4320

9/10 :-(

ann ann

Thanks a lot Ronnie ; You’re a great teacher
Kind regards.

lidar

Merci Ronnie!!!!

doomax

Ronnie do you wanna hang out with me at starbuck in Kota train station,Jakarta

chakim hamzah

Thank you very much!

neversummer

Great video!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

9/10. that michael jackson thing :-(

ann ann

    same here LOL

    bhavanaindia

cheenie de jesus skype

Cheenie

Thank you so much Ronnie.
Please let me know if the word “pop” has the same meaning as “hang on”, and if is coorect if to ask, do you want to play tennis with me? What would be the right way?

Patagoni

It’s useful web site I really got bnift from this lesson .

Adni-17

its is really helpful . ronnie thanks a lot..

sourabh tokas

And what if I’m talking about pets?
I use to say “I played with my cat yesterday” and I’m not zoophyte.
I think, it would be very weird to say: “Yesterday, I hung out with my cat”. :)

Nastya

And.. thank you, Ronnie for the lesson!

Nastya

I love your way to teach with examples and expressions. I watched your video on YouTube and after few more videos, I could not resist signing up the portal.

BIG THANKS

bhavanaindia

i love this site thanks

dina128

Thank you Ronnie, I love you!

JDavidGz

Thanks ronnie it’s help me a lot. God bless you

Mayleen

Thanks ronnie! God bless you

Mayleen

Today only I joined in … But already I saw some of the videos did by Adam & Ronnie …. I think it will take sometime to well-verse in English

Ashok Murugan

Hy Ronnie: I really love the way you teach English. The problem is that there is no way to know how your courses make me better in English, I suggest to add some futures to your website so when someone is registered, he well be able to have a profile that shows his progress ( based on the tests he made ) , the videos that he has seen, his Achievements, his activities and so on.

Jmourad

You’re my favorite teacher.

KO KO AUNG

very good lesson i liked it thanks

asadvalencia

Perhaps Michael Jackson __________ with children.

hung out
visited
played
(all the answers above are correct)
so if i want to say that i played with a kid (maybe football) , i have to mention the game ??? otherwise people will understand that i had sex with him ?
please help me Ronnie

sara almaarrawi

Perhaps Michael Jackson __________ with children.

hung out
visited
played
(all the answers above are correct)
can we use ” visit ” with the word ” with” ???

sara almaarrawi

    So weird for me too.

    abayaful

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

thanks!

shihai182

Thanks, Teacher. U have helped me so much in english

Mai Thuy Quynh

“Perhaps Michael Jackson visited with children” sounds weird to me.

Acaua Galmarine

Thx Ronnie!

Would i say, this lesson was difficult to me? or this lesson has been difficult to me?!

I got 60%.

Paul HITIMANA

Ronni really i hope to met you some day cus thank you …regards .

husam simawi

You got 8 correct out of 10.

M kartal

valewwwww Ronnie ….

jessicaflores

Really helpful.
Thank you, Ronnie.

abayaful

Thanks Mrs Ronnie
Could you plz make a video about whould should and shall?

Ahmad.b

thanks ronnie.. i love your every lessons

chayanika @1

Ronnie, you are an excellent teacher,,, !!!

Moller Dansk

The best!

NaFaNu4

thank u i am really enjoyed :)

mariam yosry
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