cuteare pronounced differently, but which one has the long u sound? It may seem obvious with a short, familiar word, but what if you encounter a new word that you have never seen before? There is a quick an easy trick I have found that will give you the right answer most of the time. Watch this lesson to learn one pronunciation trick that will change your life!
Hi, Ronnie. Wow, you are really excited about this rule! Oh, sorry, I mean this guideline:) And so am I! Thank you a lot, an amazing and useful lesson, as always.
Hi, Ronnie! I never had problems with the pronunciation sounds vowels in English, but I know many people we have it and your guidelines was very interesting! I loved too much!!!
Amazing guidelines! Thank you Ronnie!
Regards from Israel! ?
very interesting; easy way to learn
Was easy and good
9/9. Thanx for the lesson.
Thank you, for that. It was very nice, Ronnie!
Than you! Very helpful
Thanks for sharing guidelines. That too free of cost.
I got D.
I’m very amazing !!!
Thank you so much Ronnie ,10/10
I liked the lesson I amazing
Wow Ronnie this is what I have looked for and asked for . Really god lesson.
Thanke u so much. And by the way i’v got 10 out of 10 just becaus u made it so easy.
It’s wonderful. You’re great.
Good tips. Thanks
Thank you it’s amazing
Ronnie, i loved you so much and you are really cute
Don’t worry i pronunce it “cute” with “u” long vowel and “e” is silent ?
thanks a lot Ronnie
Hi, since Mexico City
hola quienes son ustedes ??
Hi Ronnie, I don’t think the guideline seems to apply to words like rule or Sue ….
I agree with you.
Thanks Ronnie!!!!You´re amazing!!
Thanks Ronnie, 8/9
Now, I know my pronunciation is very wrong. This video is super helpful! Thank to teacher, Ronnie!
Thanks Ronnie!! You is very Nice.
Ronnie I love you so much. Greetings from Argentina!
Could you help me, i never manage to pronounce the name “water” ! Imagine at the restaurant !
You are really really amazing with these lessons!!!! I spent it in my classes (teacher of English in Italian school): my students appreciated your trick a lot!
Tanks, Ronnie! You are a good teacher!
Hi Ronnie! Thank for your excellent guideline. It đi bring the light to my life. You definitely great English teacher!
thank you Ronnie
Thank for your excellent guideline and its helpful for me.
Thanks Ronnie, your guideline is very useful!
I always have a bad pronunciation of these word, I hope remember this guidelines from now on. Thanks Ronnie!
The perfect example is the word “Vowel” the “e” is in silence.. I got it! 8/9 points.
It’s a good explanation. Thanks a lot.
you are such a great teacher!!!
7/9 but it is okay
Hi Teacher Ronnie, Can you help please I wanna one native English person who with me regular conversation if it possible?
thank you Ronnie I got 8/9 :) love your lessons.
Thanks Ronnie ! I got 9 correct out of 9 !!
9 out of 9. The way you teach makes the lesson easier to understand. Thank you, Ronnie!
thank you Ronnie
ronnie you rock!
I got 8 out of 9. These vowels are almost sound like in French.
My 4 questions is my mistake because of a word “discussed” has 3 vowels.
Anyways, thank you mrs. Ronnie!
What about these words “sound “”guidance “
Thanks Ronnie. It’s very useful. Now the big problem which remain for me is how to pronounce the i. For example : operative. How do I know if the i is pronounced like in pie or like in him ? I haven’t looked at all the lessons on the site. Maybe there’s one on this point. If not, could you find a magical guideline for that, too ? (Your lessons are very much fun, I love them !)
Thanks Ronnie, Great lesson!
Kiss from Brazil
Hi Ronnie, I like the way you teach. we can have fun while learning. thanks
You are amazing!!! Thank you so much
Hi Ronnie! This was a really, really good and useful lesson! A simple guide that nobody taught me before! Thanks a lot! I hope see you soon!
I like your way of teaching and your fun personality.
Than you very much :)
Hi, Ronnie. I wonder if you would be so kind as to teach us how to separate words into syllables. Could you also tell us some guidelines about the letter E (for example: is there a reason why the E in DISCRETION is short and not long?)
thanks, 8 out of 9
thank you Ronnie > i love you teaching
Yes that’s true
thank you thank you soo much all of you
Thank you Ronny, I´m learning so much and getting better my listening.
Thank you Ronnie
Why in the word head we say short vowel not long vowel although it has two vowels ?!
thanks Ronnie for this interesting lesson
please, i have a question what if the word contain more than two vowels? for example three or four are there any guidelines for them.
woww it was a perfect lesson I just enjoyed
thank you, brilliant teacher.
thank you so much.
Thanks ronnie you are amazing
Thank you Ronnie for your teach!
thank you verry much for that lesson lesson it would help me so much.
Thank you Ronnie? wonderful lesson
thank you for all affort
it was so good Ronnie thanks.
I GOT 6 OUT OF 9.THANK YOU
You are amazing Ronnie
I got 9 correct out of 9, Thanks for your help Ronnie you’re amazing
Hi, I’m so very exited because nos I undertood
Hello Ronnie ! Thanks so much for a good trick.
Hello Ronnie omg! i never know the Guideline this before and i very enjoy to learned with you thank you very much
Thanks for this lesson Ronnie <3
You took the best way how to teach in English. Thank you so much! ❤️
thank you so much
Thank you so much ¡¡
Hi Ronnie > Thank you
Thank you for this lesson Ronnie. It’s very interesting.
I have a question: Why does “have” has a short vowel sound instead of a long vowel sound?
thank you Ronnie
how can we say ‘Skype’ ?
When you say Skype our vowel is ‘y’ and this letter is going to be our vowel, like a ‘i’..
The pronunciation of skype is something like skipe.
Amazing trick. Thanks ronnie
thank you very much
how many syllables in case of two vowels words? Eg: Shape and bake. Do they have one or two syllables?
Pronunciation is the key of the convesation between evreyone. i hope one day have good pronuciation like you teacher
Thanks my best teacher Ronnie
Thank you, Ronnie!
Thank for good tips. I understand more than before
Great work I like your all videos thank you so much it’s really helping me
You are fantastic teacher
You are awesome!! Thank you!
wow its become interested for me glad to know this one
im actually dit not speak english correctly but hopefully throught this i’d become native or could speak handy in english and speak it deliverately:)
can i request a vid. about differences or when do i use ‘have vs was” and “there was” vs “there were” tnx
Thank you Ronnie ;) , I’m very happy today cos it’s my first lesson here in your website . Thanks for all you do for us .
Thank very much
Thank so much
Love u Ronnie! Best teacher ever!
YOU ARE MY BEST TEACHER RONNIE!!!!!!
Thanks Ronnie…Goood lesson.
Its not better but good tips
I love your classes. They are fun and so helpful. Thanks so much for helping us.
thanks a lot Ronnie
Believe me Ronnie, it’s one of the amazing lessons I had! Thanks so much.
It’s a good way to learn it well.
Ohh, thanks, this lesson will help me so lot, once again you did it Ronnie
Hi Ronnie, thank you so much. It is really making the difference.
8/9. Thank you Ronnie.
Is it that according to this guideline the verb “live” is to be read as with “I” sound?
And not “e” sound?
Thank you, Ronnie. It’s helpful and I really like it.
How should I pronounce water/one?
Ronnie you are the best. I´m Yenerlyn from Venezuela, it´s so good to see you and learn with you, I love it
You are the best teacher. thank so much.
I get 9 out of 9.
thank you very mach
Now, I’ve learned why ‘wear’ is pronounced like ‘where’. Thanks Ronnie
Thank you, Ronnie
this video is wonderful
It’s amazing video. thank you Ronnie. But how we pronounce if there are more than two vowels in a word?
Great lesson, Ronnie!!!
This is an excellent tool for pronunciation.
Thanks a lot for your enthusiasm. ☺
Ronnie my favorite teacher, very clever and funny a lot kkkkkkkkkkkkk good vibs from brazil !!!
Very cool lesson for me, You are a great teacher for me.
Thank you Ronnie! After long,long I know! Your are a real guider of English. Now I know how to pronounce your name! Rooni not Ron nie! I’m I right?
you’re the best teacher
i got 78 thank you for a great lesson you’re amazening teach
I loooooove this lesson. It really helped me to pronounce correctly and also teach other people.
Thanks a lot Ronnie. It is amazing, and also you are amazing. But, what about if a word has more than two vowels? And, what about exceptions just like “love” or “law” and so on? I mean is there a pronunciation guideline for these words?
Thank you. You are awesome.
Thank you Ronnie.
Peace upon you and mercy of god and his Blessings
This what is meen great teacher’s thank you very well for this lesson miss *Ronne ♡
…*r(o)nn(e)! <– (did you tell us how can we pronouncing it)
You are funny i like your styl of teaching this is my first time to watch and it wont be the last . Thanks great trick .
Great tips Ronnie, and you make the video very funny :)
Ha ha ha ha ha ha
I had an amazing dre-am last night I was flying!!
thnaks ronay i mean ronnie haha
Thani you very much Ronnie for this lesson you made me very happy to pronounce many words correctly, you are my favorite teacher, thanks again, from Algeria.??????????????
Excuse me it’s a mistake in comment I wan to say thank you Ronnie
Thank you so much !! Ronnie
How about the words ‘one’, ‘out’, ‘sue’? The first vowel letter of those words was not pronounced as it sounds in its alphabet name. Does it mean the guideline cannot be applied for all? Hoping for a response. I’m quite confused. Thank you, Ronnie.
Amezing video.I was pixilated on vowel sound. I can consider that it going to help me.
In the word the first vowel will pronounce like the alphabate and the second vowel will be silent.
Thank you so much! always happy to see and learn from your video Ronnie!
Thank you very so much, Ronnie
Thank you for your helpful lesson?
Thank you! Ronnie you´re amazing!
Got 100. Thanks Ronnie
Thanks a lot Ronnie.
What about those exceptions, is there any explanation for it? for example:
What about two?
Thanks for the guidelines. But how would you pronounce the Word ANGRY since “Y” is both consonant and vowel
Thank you very much, my wonderful teacher, a very special lesson for a long time. I am looking for such an important guide in the phonetics of the English language????
well done,Ronnie, hugs (Kazakhstan, 21 Nov2021)
9/9! Nice! Amazing tips! Thanks, Ronnie! The guideline is useful!
Thank you Ronnie! Amazing.
Hi, teacher Ronnie
This lesson did excelent. I’m watching the media.