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341 COMMENTS

Let’s not use shall! Shall we, Ronnie?

JustUser

    he aprendido que left es izquierda pero tambien significa dejar o salir por lo tanto no entiendo la respuesta 9 no tiene sentido decir yo izquierda para mi seria yo deje la escuela en lugar de decir me salí de la escuela. Gracias.

    Edelmira Elizabeth

      no lo que pasa que aca LEFT (DEJO) es el pasado de LEAVE(DEJAR)

      Danisanchez92

    Pardon me funny!

    fantage102

      Pardon me! ha-ha funny.

      fantage102

      I used to say beg sb pardon …
      very British way lol

      CristobalHW

    helo I’m richard

    richard aybar

    damn it, u had to mention the jungle in my country lol, u suck just kidding

    thiagobonamigo

    wow wow, just came to my mind another mistake of mine regarding this class that made my friends dying laughing, instead of saying hallway I said corridor, cause it sounded more natural being a Portuguese speaker lol

    thiagobonamigo

I like it

simo147

I got 9 correct out of 10.

shahinkoprulu

    I got it too!

    mikedu17

    me either

    CristobalHW

    9/10 What was your mistake?

    raffa22

    And so did I!

    Geraldo Magela Moreira

Very useful lesson thank you Ronnie

momen22

please,Ronnie
I’ve a big problem with the letter ( I )

when I spell it as( I )& when I spell it as ( e ) ?

Example..( vinegar) why we spell it as ( e ) & ( silent) why we spell it as ( I )..?
I hope you help me. or make a lesson to show the differences between ( I ) and (E)
Thank you

momen22

Thanks Ronnie..nice class.

richu123

The last question I got wrong, but I think I am right, Ronnie!
*
It asks “Which expression is “ too formal”, so the answer would be “What a pity”. This expression is too formal. However, I got it wrong because it says that the right answer is : “That sucks.” Nevertheless, that sucks, because “that sucks” is a not too formal at all. It is an informal way of speaking. Am right?
I should’ve gotten 10 out 10, not 9 out 10 LOL

lisa28

    About the last question, I agree with lisa28…
    I heard “what a pity” was too formal.

    BTW I got 7 correct out of 10. That’s too bad for me.
    But I sometimes use “too formal” words. So your lesson was fun. Thank you, Ronnie.

    Happy04

    I think nothing more but the word ‘not’ is missing in the question by a mistake. The right question is “Which expression is NOT too formal?”. Than the right answer is “That sucks”.

    bencebacsi

    Sorry, friends! I made a mistake. This is fixed now.

    engVid

      Thanks for uploading the video :)

      Supercool

Jungle of Brazil? This is a prejudiced view about our contry here!

jfsuzuki

    Aren’t there some anyway?
    At least our jungles are the best. B-)

    marclebeau

      The best … The bigger !

      arantes

        ;)

        Paty

Thanks!!!

mazinho007

I immediately left the office after i got your mail.Excuse me i have to answer this.Are you telling he took off while you were talking?That sucks man!.That was awesome.Thanks Ronny

Waligaa wax baro

correction.Are you telling me,i meant.I left(me)

Waligaa wax baro

thanks a lot

hanan123

thanks Ronnie :)

simplefizza

I got 9 correct out of 10, but as lisa28 said, I think there was a mistake in the last question, is this right? You very fun Ronnie, thanks, I love your lessons ♥

Rafaela

    How dare you challenge a Teacher you little girl. sorry, just kidding. This is a free world, anybody can voice their opening but what is right always will remain right, and wrong will be wrong, nobody can change that. you little girl your growing up fast say thank you to your mummy and daddy. have fun learning English.

    roshank

    i hot 9 correct ,but one false it’s ok,i’m ok

    ilyas007

Nice, I like these new words, and I will used them. Thank you so much Ronnie.

Ali

    Bonjour mes amis comment faites-vous, vous aimez l’anglais, je vous souhaite le meilleur pour apprendre l’anglais.

    roshank

      merci beaucoup mon ami J’espère que vous êtes heureux et en bonne santé.

      Ali

        Oui, mon ami, je suis en bonne santé vous remercier, je vous souhaite la même chose.

        roshank

          Merci beaucoup.

          Ali

It is this right?*

Rafaela

    is it right?

    rahulksagar1

That’s y I wanna learn

Tahira durrani

Can I use old school vocabulary in academic writing?

zacpu88

Thank you Ronnie

aouina

Hi all, I make a page on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/englishconversationfree) for peaple who want to inprove their English conversation. You click on the Like and find person for conversation via skype for free. I am one of peaple who want to coversation. So add this side, more peaple, more comunication, bigger succes in learn English. Thanks and good luck

pagy

Thanks Ronnire.

wafa mohammad

Ronnie rocks the class!!! thanks a bunch!

vgrigory

thank you for this lesson ronnie..:)

pagy

It’s a pleasure to listen to you.Thanks, Ronnie.

daffodile

“That sucks” instead of “What a pitty”? Doesn’t make sense to me…

Janilza

Thank you Ronnie =)

Sofiane Prodyge

Dear Ronnie,
A question. Do you consider British English as ‘old school/too formal’? I’m asking this because in my opinion there is a huge difference between British English and American English if it comes to vocabulary and pronunciation.

JakobN

    i want to travelle and work to british ^_____^ i think it s amazing countrie

    kokokawtar1998

      Britain is England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. The last two countries are beautiful. However, I am an ESL in Jakarta, Indonesia.

      JakobN

        I meant, ESL teacher

        JakobN

          oki im student but when i finish the my education i will travelle in british hhhhhhhh and my dream married to austin mahone he is Sing

          kokokawtar1998

          Hi, kokokawtar1998, It’s too early thinking about marry for you.))

          Vusal

        hi…nice to meet you Jakob..im indonsian..
        wich one do you use, British english or american english?
        btw ESL is too expensive..hihi
        and im so happy found this….its free and have a great teacher…i hope my english can be better… ;)

        CiaAWhy

10 aut of 10,yeah

Anna Rose

I “received” 10 out of 10 :p

suhussai

    I see what you did there :P

    engVid Moderator

amazing lesson i like it very much thanks teacher love you

kokokawtar1998

hey guys, i wanna practice with someone
if anyone interested, please put your Skype in a comment :)

zougheb

10 correct out of 10. Many Thanks. I love your action when you teach, this style make me enjoy in every words

Desigh

Ronnie, you look gorgeous doing these sounds with your mouth.

Adelino

I like you very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Abatu

I got 10 of 10.Let’s do this again sometimes, shall we???

suan_r3

thank you Ronnie!
great lesson, very helpful
Marco

calbel77

I’ve not known ” what’s a pity” is old fashioned.
Did you say “that’s browse” when you were explaining “that’s sucks”
?

masaaki

    Masaki, ” what a pity” is very British and very formal. Actually, Ronnie should have explained that the expressions “that sucks” and “that blows” are not completely polite. Much better would be to say “that’s too bad”.

    SusiMaowsette

10/10 ! That was my first test here, Good !

Salim01

Teacher Ronnie I think you are completely out of mind!! ^_____^’
But I do think that you are one of the best teacher in the whole world!!
Your lessons are merely great!!

Work it!!

aiace

I like it. :)

Helen S

you are the best

rehab123

Thanks :)

Ouahab LN

hahahhaha thank you very much I got 9

leen83

I love you Ronnie ! :*

dollysalem

And by the way i got 10 out of 10 :)

dollysalem

thanks ronnie

brh-negative

Thank you, it is useful lesson :-)

nitcha59

    wanna practice nitcha, please ?

    zougheb

Ronnie rules!

Valentinha

Hello Ronnie.is there any kinds of lesson about romancing?lets to know what woman like and prefered?im a good student of you and i pprecaited your higher services and assistance.

mrsummer

I got 10 correct out of 10 :)
We cann’t read and understand ancient chinese language, If we read ancient books we need learning ancient language at first. Ancient Chinese is very different with modern Chinese, more older more different. Does the same with English situation? I think so. Just guess.
Thanks Ronnie.

RJ

Ronnie, I participate in a lot of conference calls in my job and everybody says “I joined the meeting” when is online… So, should
we use I went to the meeting?

paulanobre

90% no bad ! I like it!!

Mariv

I got 8 correct out of 10 :(

phambuuduc

a good refresher. Thanks Ronnie

gianca

my beloved teacher..thank u :)

zougheb

Once again, thank you very much! :)

dorycam

Thank you, Ronnie ^_^

marim24

Hi people, my skype ID : mursaleen_1

mursaleen45

Hi people.

My English stinks. Could anyone help me. I wants to pass English proficiency test.

mursaleen45

hi Ronnie, I know you made a lesson about to and for. Could you please make another one, it’s still confusing. For example why do we say: “would you like to go out to dinner tonight”? Why we don’t say for dinner?

Anahita

    In my opinion, you have to know more about prepositions, for example:
    What do we have for dinner? (What has in it)
    Let’s go out to dinner. (To implies movement).
    Just study the difference between for and to and their meanings as well, ok? Bye!

    eusoucleiton

    would you like to go to out for dinner. :)

    mohade3

      Dear mohade3. What I said, I exactly saw in an English book. It was written: would you like to go out to dinner tonight?

      Anahita

      Mohade3: Who you want to go out for dinner?

      Castro123

Hi Ronnie, I really love your lessons, you are soo cool!
I have a doubt: if shall is old-school, which word could I use for making suggestions like: Shall we go to the cinema? Or Shall I put the plant here?
Bye!

eusoucleiton

    I have been trying to comment directly to Ronnie but it seems it doesn’t work. Yes, shall is very old-fashioned and rarely used these days. You should say ” would you like to go to the cinema/movies”? “Should I put the plant here?” And actually, the word “shall” is used in legal documents, not for simple rules.

    SusiMaowsette

As far as I’m concerned, the interrogative form of suggestion like: let’s go to the cinema or let me put the plant here would be those that I mentioned, right?

eusoucleiton

You look marvelous Ronnie: (Excellent, extraordinary, amazing, great, wonderful, brilliant, fantastic, smashing.) Could be marvelous an old word?
Great work Ronnie. Thanks for throw light into my old vocabulary

Jesús R.

That’ s useful.I’ve learned a lot.

Viso

Thank for your Video, I listen to them everyday!

Starter

thank you so much.this lesson is very useful.i’ll practise it every day

oko maruco

    As she had said “practise” too old…but here we can,t replace it by “play” so,should we use “study” or what??

    aybk13

Thank you very much for the lesson. It really helpful.

But I have some problems,
1. sometimes we use ‘join’to ‘can I join you?’. but it’s not about the membership.
2. can we use ‘shall we’ in daily life?
3. ‘I participated the meeting yesterday’ or ‘I took part in that event’. Are these two sentences right and not too old school?

lydiazhong

I got 10 out of 10… :)

aybk13

yeah!!!! 10 :-) thank you

alenca

yes, I got (not received) 10 of 10…cheers for me…

Ramare

i got a 100% thanks to RONNIE, she’s so nice and funny, I like her class.

evii

    Hello Evii.
    I like to learn from you some thing about writing
    if you have books about it.
    THANKS

    Abdullahrashid

thanks Ronnie.
that’s good lesson!!

SanaF

My score is 80… :D
Thank you Ronnie

cha.cyntia

Thanks a lot Ronnie

Muhammad AlBashandy

Thanks a lot, I didn’t know that I have overused “received” so much :)

Gorre

You’re so funny, Ronnie.
I really love the way you teach us.
Thanks so much for the lesson, it’s very useful.

hengly

You’re so funny!!! Thanks!

Mr. Andreika

easy busy.. 10 out 10.. Very helpful and funny this lesson! love ur lessons, Ronnie =)

marinabarato

Thanks for your way to teach us. I think you have better way to reach the meaning of words to us.

Abdullahrashid

Dear Ronnie i dont know we should trust to which books?!!! in my previous book (Four corner 2 page 118) for reacting to bad news, “That’s a shame” is written!
thanks for being helpful ;)

mohade3

Dear Ronnie ,i don’t know which book we should trust to ?!!! in my previous book (Four corner 2 page 118) for reacting to bad news, “That’s a shame” is written!
thanks for being helpful ;)

mohade3

good1!

yomero21

hello everybody
I want get many friends for help me of English
because I want spiking English

mohamedzaine

Thanks for this lesson. Very funny!!!

drac

i like your lesson very much! Good luck for you!

wsfkdc

Thank you Ronnie, I liked it a lot.

Rosym0219

thank you Ronnie, i’am a french speaking man and i like what you help us to learn improve our english level.

boni02

useful lesson

dokyunju

Im improving,thanks

boricua51

I got 10\10 :) Yaaaay

hanan82

Ronnie for president!

atomo

thanks!! Ronnie your very good-

arthur43

I have a problem with my fluency in English , I wanna get over this problem please help me Ronnie.I really like your way of teaching.

samar Ahmed

Gracias, buenísima lección

IsraelRE

Thanks, Ronnie! I like your way, how you explaining this lesson!!!

Ip Man Lee

thank you very much ronnie!! i really liked that sounds you’ve done with your mouth as well as your drunk mimic!!!

matcgoes

thanks!

jimmy9x

Thank you so much Ronnie! I enjoy all your videos, they are very helpful!

samwise

Thanks Ronnie!!! You are a good and pretty teacher.

esuarezg

Hello Ronnie. Are you can make a lesson with words like though, throughout, ougth, through and others TERRIBLES words like that? I hate THEN!

CaioRST

Where can be download?

wsfkdc

Thanks a lot.I appreciate your perspective but I believe not all native English speakers specially Britons would agree with that.

Mohsin Moosa

ooohhh yes, this is fun!!!

christian1904

it’s nice ronnie

viniciusnd

Hi everybody…
I have a small fight with my friend…He says the verb SHALL we use like other else…4ex.

I’m sitting and I ask…Can I open the window?
and then I stand up and going to open it(or not)
I’m near by the window and my hand is reaches out…Shall I open the window??

and I’m saying to him…thats bullshit (sorry :D) if I’m near the window…it’s no need to saying “open the window”…I just say “Can I?”…or “Don’t U mind?”…

Who is right?

PS:If I have some mistakes, please write me…
Bohumil.perina@gmail.com

crazy90s

Dear Ronnie! Thanks a lot for your lesson!
I have a question.
Our teacher teaches us we must use “shall” in one case: when you in polite manner propose your help for somebody, for example: “Shall I bring water for you? Shall I do these copies?” Do you use “shall” in this way, or is it still olde school?
Thank you

curlyyulia

Thanks. Ronnie

dhissie

Hi Miss Ronnie. I am from Iraq.I am english teacher in small secondary school in my village. I always need your answers about my questions. Thank you my bset friends .

sabah abood

I’m happy – I got 100%!!! :)

spanajotova

Thanks!

mqmachado

Thank Ronnie. I love your humor

Huyenjune

Hi Ronnie,
This lesson was very funny. I invite you to know our jungle, our beaches, our fields and the Brazilians people too. I love yr classes.Thanks.

Castro123

I got 9 out of 10
maybe good =))

Zahoora

i got 10 of 10
i´m in progress !!

Brendland13

Thank *100 for your lessons!
You are really talented teacher,
and I like your sense humor.
truly – is this word olde school to?
Or I can use it , for example:
You are truly talented teacher.

vlelena

I really like this class =) thank you

audymar

I got 100/100.
Thank you so much. Very useful lesson :)

Saria

Dear Ronnie, happy Teacher’s Day! Thank you so much for all you do for us!

dennis84

Thanks;-)

alex160673

Very useful lesson!
Thank you, Ronnie.

anton337

Modern World. Thank you so much Ronnie.
You´re great!
Have a nice weekend.
Bye

FabioGrig

Ronnie, you have a very nice job!!! I hope you enjoy with the monkeys. lol
Thank you so much!! I learn a lot in your classes.

rosemarie

Thanks Ronnie..nice class.

Ahmed Alqaisi

Really a good lesson! But I have a question. Why do you use only past tense with verbs?

Liuba Shedova

Thanks♡

ihaya

Ronnie,I learn a lot in your class.
I got 10 correct out of 10.
:D
Thank you so much!

jody

that’s good thank you

omerabohassan

Thanks!

Judymaple

thank you

George Adel

You’re so cool.

jiraporn poon

Thank you so much Ronnie.

mehozg

10 /10 Good score !

Leslie197

Thanks Ronnie, your classes are so great.

You used two expressions in this lesson, I would like to know when will be use it in English?

1- Give your head a shake.
2- God rest her soul.

please give me an example, thanks again

Preserved

Thanks Ronnie…..

I just want to know if you can say “I got sucks”, when you make a horrible mistake.

nelsa

thanks

realman

Thanks for the class.

wjrivas

You’re an excellent teacher Ronnie,but please stop with bullying against Brazil…hahaha, we do not live in the middle of jungle,besides, the Amazon forest is located in the north of country, far away from where we live and yes, we do preserve the nature and you should learn with us.You guys are blame for global warming..hahahahahaha.

Marcel

shes amazing!

tinar

I got 8 correct out of 10. It is good to start.
:-)

Gabiloo

Greetings dear Ronnie, I am ever so thankful you have chosen doing eng.vid videos as part of your vocation, I do find them ever so delightful. Seriously, you’re terrific and I am so happy to have discovered this site and you in particular. I’m also American, giving English courses in Luxembourg. You’re so laid-back, honest, and thoroughly entertaining .. you make it fun. I hereby wish to express my opinion that you deserve a substantial hike in your renumeration, whatever it may be. I’ll be commenting again I’m sure!

Wendy Colleen

I got 8 correct out of 10 , Thanks Dear :)

ALKHALIFI

Thanks Ron, im happy coz ive been knowing the better words to use!

Briseis

People that speak a language based on latin usually use words like these oldies at the elementary level.

claytonfm

“…I am undercover spy a secret agent for the monkeys in a jungles of brazil…” Incredible, when someone think about brazil in the top of your head comes always jungles, monkeys, hahahaha… brazil it´s a funny rude place.

Alberto Silva

Your way of teaching is very nice and funny. So, your explanation stucks in my head very well. Thank you very much, it’s really helpful and very interesting.

miclosh

9 from 10 -i think it’s good =)

Natali-ya

9 aaaa great

kiera

Hi Ronnie! I heard this expression: “Shall I begin?”. It was in an informal conversation. A guy asked a bus driver to come in. It was in Norway.

Vladimir

Hello Ronnie! When I was Thailand I used all of old vocabulary. Then when I used them in Ireland people always laugh and told me the new vocabulary same as you teach. Thank you. ^_^

paewbeam

iv got 100
thank you

blackeyes

Thank you ,Ronnie.

morichen

I laughed more than studying!!!Thank you ,Ronnie!!!

Ruspron

Hahahahahaha, thanks Ronnie, that was a real funny lesson, I was using (abusing) of the “what a pity” expression, never more ;)

slerena

10/10 :D WOow

imaniman

Ronnie Thank you very much

nassar

I received :D oops! got 10/10

Bani77

you`re amazing ronnie. :)

werick

I love the way you teach <3

Rosilene DaSilva

Thank you Ronnie very fun lesson

Lopesdias

i got it. Thanks Ronnie.

Uree

Really I like your teaching way, thanks Ronnie :)
you helped me a lot understanding English

lordremo.com

i got 10 out of 10 wow it is super the lesson

slguyblaise

great vid

faisalkamran

I do always watch Ronie’s short videoes, to be frank, they are really usful and exciting:)

dana81

Thank you Ronnie.
You taught me the Real English ..:)

moamenmym

    Hi, man. If you use the past tense “taught” in this case it means you are not gonna learn Ms.Ronnie’s lessons anymore or Ms.Ronnie cannot teach you anymore… :p

    ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

90%

Abdul Qayum

Pardon me , can I get a coffee ? Hahahaha

Thanks so much on the lesson and ur teach

Loverksa

youre my favorite!

Rana95

10/10
Thank you Ronnie.

ghazy6707

I know how to use “join” now, requires membership, otherwise, just use went to. Thanks!

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Thanks ronnie! you’re the best :)

Nagihan Basturk

I don’t say fluenty in English and I’d like to improve my English. if you want to help me invite you to my skype: bondek12

bondek 12

I got a full mark :)
Ronnie you are awesome..

Sam101

I got 10/10, thank you Ronnie, your classes are fun and we learn

rickii07

Great

abdallah soukel

excuse me Ronnie, what dose the phrase “Give your hand a shake” in this video mean?

juju kim

    Juju, it means to congratulate yourself, you did a good job.

    SusiMaowsette

Thank you, Ronnie.
Your lesson is funny.

Martin

I’m an undercover spy, a secret agent, working for the monkeys in the jungels of Brazil :D Ronnie, your the best teacher ever.

Nagihan Basturk

Another one lost !!!!!!!!!!!!!

abbassameh

I got 8 correct out of 10 :)
Why I always take this mark :(

AbdullahZaher

I got 10 of 10 :)

Mahi Barakat

thanks a lot:)))))

ececk9

wonderful lesson!!!Thanks very much.

dryoyomama

Thank you for your interesting lessons.You are a good teacher . I have two notices :
1 Do not fart while explaining your lessons.
2 Pay attention while writing the letter R in the middle of a word.
finally,could you give us a lesson about education and school supplies ,please?.

hamido774

Thanks ronnie you’re the best i <3 u

imane ben

I got 9 correct out of 10.

walaa ahmed

Like the way you teach.Could you plz make a video on showing us how to make a perfect sentence

no@123

what does it mean?? Let’s got wasted

jack-jack

Amazing! Thank you!

Sveta Karas

Great lesson!

Hugo Goncalves

Thanks Ronnie!!,, You’re an awesome teacher!, I like you!. :)

cheinganso

thanks Ronnie!! it’s a great lesson.

and hi guys, if you wanna practice your english, knock me over skype: zamirsskype.
I am looking forward to hear from you :)

Zamir

9/10 Yay!!!!

raffa22

Gandalf said “You Shall not pass”!!

I feel sorry to say but in Brazil today almost there are not forests!

romanomm77

jaja you are so funny love you :), I know someone who use Pardon me, so funny afterward this videoRegards from mexico

chuyguero15

I like This teacher so much. Lovable!!!!
Very funny. Thanks a lot!!!!

kmdt

Good lesson

Hum236

I did only one mistake ;-)Thank you very much Ronnie for your lessons! Always pleasant to watch them. You’re very funny!

Marik

Thanks a ever such alot Ronnie Tacher. I’m 17 year student and i live now in Netherlands, but we dont havent any english teacher nowadays. so i can join every moment with beautiful lesons Thans ENGVID :)

marwa97

Good lesson! Good result! 10/10 :)

Vusal

I just love your nutty style!

Zenita

Very useful lesson thank you Ronnie

ahmedsayedd

I LOVE LIKE THIS WAY TEACHING

shaukat khan

Thx Ronnie. My refrigerator is too small. What a pity. I never say like that.

yzab

Thank you very much Ronnie. I admire the way you teach English.

tiagojuarez

Ronnie, you are the best! Tanks!

isabelanvf

yay!!!

adibjehan

Why when I choose the answer it’s infinla to another?

Vladimir@5

I think cool your classes,I’d like to know about the differences from vocabulary to harass/to bother/to worry/to pester
please!

Lane

Wohoo, I got 10 correct answers out of 10! Thanks much, Ronnie my fave. ;)

Lovey22

Hello Ronnie!
Thanks for your useful lesson.
Could you tell me where I can find the olde vocabulary list?

chunganhvu

Wow, I love you Ronnie!
The way you teach is amazing!

Demosa

Isn’t she the best teacher here? ;)

ivan1

    claro q siiii es adorable aguante ronnie

    Pixiano

Thank you Ronnie for your amazing lesson! In Russia we have lots of old and formal expressions and when somebody talks this way, it looks strange))

nnhost

I don’t say fluenty in English and I’d like to improve my English. if you want to help me invite you to my skype: opa_erick

opaerick

Junges of Brasil is old school , baby.

Larini

thnks ronnie a great lesson

hpdtc

thanks Ronnie. I got it well.

Shabri

i got 10

draganka

So we can’t use ‘shall’ at all? Or is it possible to use it in sentences like: ‘shall I carry your bag?” “Shall I take it?”

lidasek

To Ronnie,
What about a TELE?

doris ayorinde

tank you ronnie you are a best teacher

alae

Nice Ronne.I like to learn .

Sujan Miah

“Olde” School best class ever ahahhahah ronnie you’re the best!!! :D

ferrerizleee

Thank u Ronnie it’s useful

Minimarts

alright guys i can give you a advice just one thing formal english is ok but i always speak engilsh with foreigners and trust me,they never speak formal ways to say something so you ought to speak in informal ways like that sucks and whatever you want to do and thank you a lot teacher you are my hero

eduard

Thanks for good lesson.

amandathedoc

Thanks Ronnie. VERY VERY useful

leila2891

I got a 10. Thanks Ronnie! U r the best!

Camila19

i got 10 too

nahmed87

80 omg

happyskeey

Thank you ,RONNIE! A LOTS OF LOVE :))

MsAlsu

Nice lesson! It’s my first time with this teacher and I liked. I would like know people who speak english for practice. Add my whatsapp 809-678-4597.

gear

Good job. Don`t occupation. Thank you.

bileg

Ronnie, what if to say “pardon me” meaning “I didn’t get it. Will you say it again?” Or “exuse me?
Thank you very much! Very interesting and instructive!

Gapusja

Ronnie, congratulations. Today I laughed too much. Your class is very fun. I learned many meanings and subjects interesting. Thanks for your class.

LoreMex

is it important must we think about grammer and try to speak with rules.

overtoyou123

Hi Ronnie, thanks for it! I got a question. I work for an American company and we often use “join” to ask if someone is going to join a meeting we organized…it is used also by English native speakers so I assume it’s ok…is there a more informal way of saying it or is it acceptable? Thanks

giorgia

    A less formal way might be “Is [person] going to come to the meeting?”, but “join” is acceptable too!

    engVid Moderator

thanks Ronnie. all time i got great marks after your lessons :)

ibraksa

pardon is normal word in my language (Slovak)
but also almost everyone is use “sorry” :D

andivo

Love it so much!! Thanks

AronnotEllen

Thanks Ronnie :) I think I’m old person,I love using to olde words.What a shame,huh?

gingerella

love the lesson

Garicai Samuel Manave

thank you Ronie

Garicai Samuel Manave

You are great, Ronie!

Tiero

10 out of 10 ;) It’s a goal! I really like this ‘Modern School’! ))

Slava Savvateev

This lesson was very funny! Thank you Ronie! :)

anca18

Thank you very much
I like it

maazman

I´m here just to say: I love her English class, It´s so funny lol lol

Marcos Alves

thanks Ronie you are wonderful teacher

MOSTAFA ADAM

i got 9 out of 10 :) thank you Ronnie

Ruk Bella

wow it was very hard for me

nastaran

we got 10 correct!!!!wWE LOVE YOU RONNIEEEEEE WE REALLY DO!!! GENIA!!!you are very very very very funny

Pixiano

i got 8 out of 10 amazing!!!!!!!!!

Shena

thanks,Ronnie you’r Amazing teachers

panisa kaewsrijun

LOL : )

carlos 2138

10 out of ten. Thanks a lot!

Fabri

Hi Ronnie i just want to say thanks you so you are best teacher I ever have had

Faviancito

thank you for a nice lesson

alesay

If we had the monkeys at the government and you were a spy, this country would be better, definitely…

Thanks Ronnie

Bergvolk

Yay .. my first 10/10 on beginner lesson , thanks :D

stevensenjaya8

You’re so funny Ronnie! i love your way of teaching. the last part of this video (13:56) makes me laugh hahaha

Cheenie

Ronnie! that’s helpful thanks ^^ but what about ‘ thy ‘ and ‘thou’ !! I’ve heard they’re old Use
like thy = yours & thou = you …. also Hast = have ?? I’m confused! ughh! is that right ?

Krepkiy

I love you Ronnie! Thanks a lot for all lessons and made my day. :*

Al3jandro

I joined EngVid!

Lorcy Gabriel

thanks ronnie!

luoyong6

You got 10 correct out of 10.
:D

zapdnb

Hi Ronnie, I got 9 correct out of 10, thanks for the lesson

Jorge3931

Thank you

Marta Lopez

I got 10/10. Shall I tell my mother ?

-Polly-

I hear a lot of people say I entered the house, this is strange. am I correct ronnie?

Rahmouni Tarik

thank you, teacher!!

Nguyen Van Hau

Hi r onnie, thsnks a lot for this lesson. Long live you!

Tarik rahmouni

Thanks, Ronnie! You’re amazing! Like your lessons so much :)

Julia.P

thank :)

noviandani

i received 90 lol

duarte rogerio

Ronnie, I wanna clarify.. Formal words are changing only if I talking with friends & peers or in conversation with all people without exception?

Melissa.Hope

Good lesson !

Soei

Thank you. I found it very good.

Leny Villalobos

From now onwards I won’t be OG (old generation) type
but Rather I would try to use some of the NG’s which are or might be new for me after this lesson…
Thank you madam Ronnie.

Thanu

Oh, she is my favorite teacher. Adore heeer! Perfect! Well done!

Robertina

Ronnie, I love your lessons, so funny and I learn a lot.

GandreaO

Thank you Ranny I liked and I passed the test I get 90% for one question nu 9 felt thanks

Amal khalil

hi to my fav teacher ~ ronnie ~ its so hard to study english but some day i will do it perfectly

elcaviteno

i learned a lot,thanks:”)

Sandy Lai

thanks!

shihai182

That’s cool. Thank you so much Ronnie!

mynassar

good lesson
pardon me! when I first herd it I was like excuse me what did you said?

fatimah

I got 9/10

pidro96

Weeee!

You are my favorite teacher, with you all the topics are clear to me!

Betty

It was cool…

Gambitsun

thanks it helps a lot

rueipeng

I like this video soo much, can we use SHALL in questions like: Shall we dance?

Lubica20

10/10! Great! I learned these words when I was a student. Now, I know some of these words are too formal to use them.

Jerry Gu

Thanks for the lessons.

Della Opong
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