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Praise be 2 Allah
Ty Vnl

kotoz

    Vous devriez vous presser
    Vous n’avez pas le temps de gaspiller

    kotoz

      Great. That’s good you have a lot of free time that you can check the website over and over again and be the first one!!!

      nkh

        Or that’s good you access to the net in everywhere.

        nkh

    Good morning, KOTOZ! Good for you, not very good for us. You are really good for challenging: you’ve moped the floor with our group (I mean you defeated us easily, an idiom. I wrote this on purpose not to offend someone with the expression)
    New points:
    It looks like kotoz is going to tear us all!!!
    SKIKDA: 3
    Nataanna: 2
    Nkh.453: 1
    Kotoz : 3!!!!!!
    Canardo: 1
    Well done!
    Thanks to Ronnie, but I suppose I should be Adam’s lesson!
    Not the topic is confusing but changing places with Adam!

    nataanna

      Merci de bien vouloir

      kotoz

      Hello my friends. I’m here with a new suggestion to make here a better and funner place. I feel, in the

      nkh

        Sorry, I continue:
        I feel in these days, the web site should be funner and more interesting. So here’s my suggestion: I’m really interested in knowing different countries and becoming familiar with their cultures, sightseeing, etc. So let’s familiarize our country to each other. I start first;
        You can visit this website to see my country sightseeing, then come here and tell your opinion about them. We can do it one by one
        http://www.yekfun.com/what-is-the-most-beautiful-place-in-iran/
        For example I realllllly like to know and see your sightseeing, Nataanna and SKIKDA, and others.

        nkh

          Hi, nkh453! Thanks a lot for the beautiful slide-show, you`ve given a link to. I enjoed it very much. Is the picture of Nobar Bath HouseTabriz on your profile?
          Your idea is great. But, I think we should describe something about your country (may be a place of interesting). Like as you wrote before.
          And on my opinion, it is more intersting to know some customs, something about relationships, traditions, habits etc.
          For example, education…. You`ve already raised the topic. I was surprised about disciplines you should take to enter the medicine Uni. Why do you need maths and physics and no chemistry and biology to study?

          nataanna

    Hey
    Here we write about english language and in english

    mieto1969

      No-Problem-O’

      kotoz

      yes no any language just English

      Minhchien7906

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kotoz

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kotoz

hi Ronnie ,i think these crazy expressions will make you mad , thank you for this lesson with crazy expressions .

SKIKDA

Hi Ronnie .
Thank you for your always crazy lesson .
Crazynees is in every langage . Do you know how we say take a dump in French …… To get the cake out of the mould . Ain’t it a poetic expression .
When we sleep like a baby ( it is said in French too ) we sleep on our too ears . How can we do that !? It is physicaly impossible !
See you soon for other weird words and expressions and that doesn”t make me hate english .

tsamp

Yes! 👍

Marulist

was not bad

Marychris

Thank u so much Ronnie it was a great and crazy lesson :D waaaaaaaiting for your next LESSON

Monjic`

Got 10/10 ☺ Thank you Ronnie!

Annie

I didn’t know the word “undies.” Thank you for your lesson, Ronnie :)

Happy04

    There is a famous brand of underwear that have the name “Undies”

    tsamp

      Thank you, tsamp :)

      Happy04

Take a dump was interesting roonie!

Farhid Khan Sakib

I like your teaching ….I can be better than yesterday.

amirrezaee

Hi mam.. .i am beginner here, hope the journey with u would helpful for me.. .m from india. ..

Simranjit Sidhu

Thank you Roonie! As usually threre are something new and interesting in your lesson.

Vitalii UA

Exactly, that’s the kind of English that confuses me the most. I just couldn’t understand of the alarm going off. English is so confusing, so hard to put it in order but thanks a lot you really help us understand.

lori05

10/10! thanks, Roonie!

macprivera

Thanks.

Soei

    can I be your friend? I mean we be just friend at social media ..what is your adress? .. Instagram or facebook.

    amirrezaee

      I have none of them ! I don’t have time to use for these things. I have a lot of books to read. Sometimes I tell myself if it is possible for me to read all the books that I have! Some of them are gifts . Any way you are one of my friends in this website and I respect you. Best regards

      Soei

Thank you Ronnie. If I’m not wrong you ha mentioned, you will make a lesson from new words that we make. I mean you wanted us to mash up and make new words, then you make a lesson from these. Do you remember????

nkh

    I had a mistake: …you had mentioned…

    nkh

10/10.thanks you Ronnie

Minhchien7906

In Russia we sleep like killed people and eat chicken and fish sticks)))

k-nata

Dear Ronnie,
i glad to say that i have learning an excellent way to learn English in your classed at Engvid.com, specially your strange voices during class l really like that, OK i have a seen a video on net using the sentence (The salinity of the oceans is not uniform) is this a correct sentense of not please guide your obedient student (Nabi Ahmed)

Nabi Ahmed

good lesson

soran81

Hi Ronnie,
I hear you said that took a dump in 4:06, right?

Anna Pham

Thanks Ronnie for this lesson, it was easy and fun…

marcos alexandre

You are completely right, those things do not make sense, but it was really interesting. Thanks Ronnie!!

Aleachi

Thanks for a lesson, I think every language have funny mistakes.

RafalKwiatkowski

A good place to visit to Poland is Wroclaw :)

RafalKwiatkowski

It hasn’t been a crazy lesson but with a little general sense, I would say that we have learned some ambiguities of the English language, I haven’t realized about the difference among these expressions because I don’t use the English to communicate and speak in Spain, but I do it when I have to arrange a journey to Poland then I have to use the English with fluency. But anyway, I always need to hear to our teachers of EngVid to practice and built my communication skills, a great method to learn English. Like the motto of the president of USA, “Make your English great again”, that’s the question. Thanks a lot, teacher Ronnie, it has been an original lesson.

angardiobel

    I think I made a mistake in… “practice and build…”. Thanks.

    angardiobel

Hi
Oh I like this way of teaching ,it is intresting
thanks

ikbal 1992

Good job!

Saharat43

Thank you for a lesson!

natalianew

Hi Ronnie. Thank you for the lesson.
I have 5pairs of undies but they disappear for some reason frequently. I don’t have any bra, needless to say, I’m a male.
I haven’t slept like a baby for long time because my body is itchy😢
I take a dump every morning after drinking some coffee. My stomach is vulnerable with caffeine but I can’t stop drinking coffee.
Someday I’d like to eat chicken fingers though Japanese cuisine has something like them.
Thank you Ronnie, see you later.

juneriver

great Ronnie is back

lemarvillois

    Hello!!!!!

    nkh

Thanks for the lesson, really helpful.

ersaaditya

Great lesson but i can’t agree with Chicken Fingers being a bad name. Cut off your finger,fry it in frying pan and it’s going to look exactly like fried piece of chicken you get in restaurant. In Poland we have also Fish Fingers. Needless to say fishes also don’t have hands. It very intuitive name.

ChrisOldo

A phrase ,,chicken fingers” does not sound as bad as ,,fish fingers”. This is ridiculous for me :)

dominiccco023

You are the best teacher I,ve ever known

Mahmoud1988@khudaiwi-88

Fantastic lesson. Thanks a lot Ronnie!

John B

Ronnie, it is extremely funny test)))thanks
i laughed a lot

Dina finiki

dear teacher ronnie I am engvid big fans from Indonesia
can you do or anyone english teacher teach me about the difference between “take for granted”, “take someone from granted” and “take something for granted”
I realy wanna know the answer because I am really courious about the meaning and how to use that expression
thank u so much

agatha

    When you take someone for granted, you rely on them, but don’t really appreciate them enough. When you take something for granted, you assume it’s true—even if it isn’t.

    “I do a lot for my boyfriend, but he never thanks me.” “Sounds like he’s taking you for granted.”

    “We took for granted that house prices would always go up. When the housing market crashed, many people realized they weren’t as wealthy as they thought.”

    engVid Moderator

Hi marulist.. U beginner in english.. .m too

Simranjit Sidhu

I’m waiting for new lesson.

nkh

    I too

    amirrezaee

    certainli tommorrow it will be a new lesson, by who ?

    SKIKDA

I don’t hate english but i have a lot of problems with understanding it

abdulrahman ahmad

    i advise u to use (cambly) (taleeq طلييق)z American English

    u have to practise every time and every body have to start from zero

    Loay Al-said

Well i need to practice so here im leaving a comment

AlxViflo

thank you my professor

bilal ayad

Thanks

Pretty bella

my skype : mohaned.nino if u wanna practice English .

Muhannad74

Its little funny.
Take a dump.
Hahahahaha

SID

Ronnie’s only you can teach like that.

SID

U are SUPER!)
In Russian we also say “sleep like a baby”))

polina.chee

thank you Ronnie its my first time here, you are amazing , ilove your style.

chermat

Thank you

fatima bb

Can any body tell what does it mean ‘to run a shit’!

vomika

Great! Thank you!

Masegui

It’s a pity that I always find a lot of idioms I can’t even understand like “boild down to”, “Catch up” and so on…that together means something else. Does it exist a better way to learn them?

CART

Today I take my first lesson …Thanks Ronnie.

epyc

thanks Ronnie, I like your teaching style :)

ahmed bakry

hello Ronie. I do love your lesson. help me with my accent please. I want to see lesson about ascent how to prof that or speak without ascent. by the way i like my ascent but I literally copy accent of those which I have conversation. my own accent sounds like Russian accents.
how don’t copy accent of another? because any one can guess who are my friends Arabic Indian Brazil African. its strange isn’t?
Thank you so much for lessons, with watching your lessons I prof my english from 8 to 40 % in 1 year. its always glad to hear that from people wooow how do you learn english in 1 year. they still cant believe on that;)

Mia.521

by the way in Russian language there such more idioms which out of head for tourists. like “Za bazar otvechaesh sam”. which litealy mean you will answer of your sell. they use that when they want give a warning like you are crossing red line.

Mia.521

Thanks Ronnie !

luizgustavo_bat

Dear Ronnie, I can’t help watching your lessons, I’m talking to you and even successfully copying your accent -:) I feel like I’ve already met you offline.

Livelly

Hi my name is Mary please I understand English but my problem is I want to know how toI I I want to understand how to pronounce Z5 letter with a six letter hours how to read speak good English thank you

Marynapale

I do to help me how to read and Rights

Marynapale

Thanks Ronnie for this amazing class. I’m already pratcing this expression with my Girlfriend to teach her. She is a Biginner english student and your lesson are very usefull to her.

Hediuillio

thank you, Ronnie!
you are great!

brodjag

Hello
In french we say “pratiquer la medecine’or ” pratiquer le sport” that means To do O

Boson de Higgs

Hello
In French we sa y “pratiquer la medecine” or “pratiquer le sport” that means to do or to make … a doctor is Also called a “praticien”.So that makes sens for us When y ou sa y ” to practice Médecine
“perhaps the explanation ?
Thanks for all thèse good lessons.

Boson de Higgs

Funny lesson! I think that I already heard “sleep like a baby”, but not the others expressions. They are so weird ! lol
Thanks, Ronnie!

@raphadamazio

i like chicken fingers

younes aboulfadl

Thanks Ronnie! you’re the best teacher.

Adriana Toller

Thank you so much Ronnie.

sommart

a lodge is never large

proverbial horse

Ronie, you are so funny in class. I like it very much. Thank you very much!

davidhu

feeling good

Ikramees

Once I attended a conversation meeting and there was a native from USA. I asked him ‘can I ask you’? He stared at me and answered NO. I was confused. Now I have got a sence. Thank you Ronie

Medbrat

Hi I’m sana please tell us how to pronounce Y E and I

Sana atiq khan

Some words are interesting, not oftentimes use but I guess it’s a part of my learning process

Sjhanes05

This lesson was really interesting. It does happen in all languages.

Carol Prado

I enjoyed this lesson ;-)

chiungyunhu

Dont make any sense the title 12…lol

rone1

UUTF! is actually means WTF! do you follow?

mamaw

it’s a very funny test and a good phrases to know.

thanks teacher Ronnie

Taher Jaeel

10/10 simple ! , thanks Ronnie !

Mikrich

It’s a good idea to visit Poland, Ronnie. You can try fish fingers there :-) And please, let me know if you decide to teach English in Poland :-D

annapurna11

i liked this lesson a lot. thank you Ronnie

alfonso2856

It was a very helpful and thank u roniie

Mahmoud Ahmed1

Hello every one

kami0011

thank you

ali

Thank you, Ronnie. The topic is really interesting and you explain it in a fun way.

anggitiya

full points , don’t give us your dump give as more lessons is better .
thank you

Dibsaber2

Questión: Visit our store and receive “chicken fingers”!”… I knew the right answer but that make me the day… hahahahaha

SerchZM

lesson that make me sense. lol thank you

ladyghaga

Thank you Ronnie. It was interesting topic

sanishms

Thank you very much for this lecture .

nabeel6610

i’m in loooove with this website. also with Ronnie xoxo
TYSM

alfaisalsara

10 out of 10 bebe

dj

The lesson was very fun, thank you, Ronnie! I laughed all the lesson… I understood everything and I learned some funny words…

AnaraG

I love to watch Ronnie video.

Pisethramy

Thanks from Poland ;)

JoannaPL

you are amazing Ronni

Ninef

you are amazing Ronni, and your lesson so Bitchin

Ninef

wow! I got 10 out of 10.

rahman.ahmed16

Great class It is amazing!!

wilsonv

That’s just amazing , thank you very much

Qlectron

I find counterintuitive another expression with the word “take”, and it’s “take sugar in” which actually means put sugar in (tea etc.), not take!

Ruthenia

As for free gifts, I used to play a browser game where they actually sold gifts three times a year. The players could get valuable game items from those gifts. It really grated with me, “why are they calling this stuff “gifts”, they are for money, wtf”.

Ruthenia

Thanks

Muhammadomer

Ronnie hi, thanks for this lesson, i’ve watch it for six month and enjoy it. You are really polite and funny teacher of these, who shows any videos. I will gald to see your next lesson of videos in next time

GeorgeEngvid

Good lesson it really helped me thank you

Carloseduar

It was really fun.

CelsoKiul

perfect 10/10 thank u

sylwiaB

You are the best, Ronnie!!!

SuryaInessa

thank u

shihai182

An other “off” expression, which doesn’t make sense for me is: “A light bulb goes off in my head.” So it means after thinking about a problem for some time, I’ve got an idea, so I know how to solve it. So there is some light in my head, because a light bulb goes “off”… Instead of “on”. Crazy :))
Thank you! :)

ani8

i got 10/10, but i really don’t understand this lession. Especially with ” take a dump”, “sleep like a baby” and “practive”
Thanks your lesson

Cuongdksn

Thanks

ArthurLima85

Should be “Take a comment” hahaha

marcos7junior

Finally I’ve got the great grade :D

Mitha Arista Dewi

English makes me confused…..

Emerald Gold

Hello Ronnie

Akashpaul

Regards from Poland! Do not send me your pu-pu :)

Rusek

10 out of 10… That was easy …thank you Ronnie

Dil86

We say:”sleep like a dead person” in Chinese.I think it is logical.Anyway, the lesson is interesting! Thank you very much.

Jun Shao

ronnie i love your class, but when the people say “can I ask something” this phrase is for tobe more polite. es very common en mi country :)

tamylight

thnks teacher Ronnie

MuslimAP

Ronnie, your lesson is great.

dreamk7x

OMG that was awesome! Thank you! :)

Ilhaube

it was really funny thanks :)

madeeha elsheikh

It’s a practising English time. I set my alarm for 5:30 in the morning every day. So I can wake up early and preparing some food for breakfast. Sometimes, kids need to take a dump when finishing breakfast. Needless to say, it spends some time, we must run to the school bus station as quickly as we can.

ivyliu

Dear Ronnie that was an amazing class alot of new vocavbulary And idioms toó You re the best and makes me laught with your way of speaking …..by the way are You Polish ?

marc anthony

Thank you Mrs. Ronnie for a very interesting lesson.

Alex-1956

Thanks for lesson it was interesting but we dont pay money for dump in my country

Ahmad.b

ALWAYS AWSOME
BEST TEACHER EVER

RainbowOlsen

Ronnie, thanks a lot for the lesson. Its so fascinating and useful.

TanyaTanyaTanya

thanks for the lesson tho it’s still complicated to me ~

syaima

thank you.this is best lesson.
let go second lesson

Nabe

I sleep like a chicken finger.

al willis

I like your lesson. Just Thank you

Taha21

thanks. I got 100

rueipeng

Thank you I got 100 so proud of me :)

Hanna Laura

Deffinitly you are the best teacher from engvid, thanks a lot

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