Fsounds. Watch this free pronunciation lesson the secret to making these sounds correctly when you speak. I will teach you exactly what to do with your mouth, tongue, and teeth! Especially useful for Korean and Japanese students who do not have these sounds in their languages.
Oh Ronnie I really can’t believe you drew animal’s teeth on the board! I thought it was a piece of cheese in its mouth :)
She is a nice teacher. real sense professional
hi Ronnie can you explain me what is mean PUT? And
how I use it different ways….
There are way too many definitions for “put”. Look in the dictionary! Also, search engvid for “put”!
plz add new videos
I will be wait your answer
Thanks a lot mam .
You did extremely very well,Ma’am.
Hi teacher Ronnie, how’re you doing ? i’m new here and i want to ask you a couple of questions.
1- what’s the rule for the pronunciation of G like in goat – germs.
2- what’s the rule for the pronunciation of Th
like in this – teeth.
There are no fixed rules about this. You just have to take time to memorize them one by one.
Germans. Geek. Greece. Grape. Gang. Gap. Gate. Greed. Ghana.
2″TH” has two sets of sounds.
One is like Them, There, This, Those. This one doesn’t require you to push air out.
The other is like Three, Thanks, Throw, Through.(You have to push air out of your mouth.)
It is really a great Effort…. Can you help me to polish my English Lang..
Hello, Ronnie. How are you doing? I’ve been watching your videos to learn English for a while now. And I really like you. I think you are a funny person, who gives English classes full of fun.
Anyway, I laughed when you said that the Japanese and Koreans didn’t distinguish the “F” and the “P” in their languages. Since I’m in Japan studying Japanese at this moment, I feel the same way. They don’t have too many sounds in Japanese.
Cheers. You have a wonderful day.
Actually there is both P and F in Japanese… ぱ and ふ
when the beaver met a stranger we all to feels in danger ..another spectacular lesson ..thx. bye
I want to eat beaver’s tail, that’s all. see ya, Ronnie. another good lesson babe.
Hi Ronnie. I am your fan. I like you a lot. Let me talk with only one time on the skype. I wll love it. Pleeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaase!!!!
I’m sure she won’t. Any rational human beings won’t. You sound creepy.
I forgot YOU
The it was fantastic, as well the teacher.
Thanks a lot For your effort. I like your videos very much…
hai Ronnie i could overcom my doubt thanks alot
hi ronnie.i wanna watch your class but i can not.what shoud i do,shoud i copy your lesson
I really love your lesson. thank you very uch
Hi I did a new sign up this program but I can’t see my aplication
Hi Ronnie, I really like your class and I hope you help me with my english, my gramma is not very well so , please corect me when I make a mistakes. Thank you.
I just found your site and got singned.This is really fantastic way of learning Engllish Specially Ronni’s way of teaching is Awesome Beyond Limits :)
hello. ronny i am swayam from india i am really interested in learning English but i face difficulty pronouncing s and sh, could you suggest me what should I do? (have a lovely time)
There is a pronunciation lesson on the site for S and SH!
Hi Ronnie! I’ve been listennig your classes since last month and I want to tell you how much I’m getting better in my english pronunciation. For the first time a teacher explain so clear the sounds. The most difficult sound for me as a brasilien, is the TH, but Im getting better. I’m your fan; God bless you
Great! Good Luck!
Hi Ronnie! a ? 4 u plz. Sorry if it’s not relevant to this lesson but it’ll be very nice of you as I need it badly. I simply wanna know the case in which I can’t use the “genitive s” but rather the “of structure”. For example, why I can’t say the room’s ceiling but rather the ceiling of the room? Give me a rule to follow.
It is just easier to say the room’s ceiling, rather than the ceiling of the room! They are both correct but the first example has less words and is therefore used more!
Huh?! Our syntax book says the opposite of what you said! Are you sure? Anyway, this is not the issue. What I’m trying to say is that there are some nouns that do NOT take the “genitive s” by any means such as grammar, agency, variety etc. In this case you have to use the “of structure”, Why? And how do you know these nouns? I started to doubt the credibility of my book! LOL
If you say that grammar, agency, variety may take the genitive s, I will tear my book and smash my teacher’s nose! or the nose of my teacher, I don’t know!
Wow – smashing a teacher’s nose is pretty hardcore! wow- smashing the nose of your teacher is pretty hardcore! You must understand that BOTH are correct, however, as I’ve told you, use usually SAY The teacher’s nose. Many times what we SAY and the grammar rules are different!!! Good luck – never trust anything you read!!!!!! Learn from your own experiences!!!
would have you do a lesson with the slang word “ass”
Great suggestion! I will try!
Ronnie, when they ask you to do a vulgar lesson, you grant their wishes immediately, but when I propose something clever, you never do it. Therefore, do advanced lesson on Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Continuous. I met all verb tenses, but these two never! So, would you do it please?
I’ve just realized that I have been too rude, so accept my apology! Please do it, not only for me, I’m sure there are a lot other students who would like the same thing :)
Helloo!! The reason why I do the “vulgar” lessons is because I LOVE THEM!!!!! No one has ever asked me to do a vulgar lesson – they are all mine!!!!! I have included links that explain future perfect and future perfect continuous! I think you can learn a lot of grammar from textbooks – I’m teaching what textbooks don’t! Best of luck in your studies!!!!
Thanks a lot,Ronnie,for website You suggested,but your lessons are much more “delicious”,You give lots of fun:)
Hi Ronnie i want to be ur student can u make my study plan from biggner i am very great full you.
hiiii Ronnie you are so perfect teacher i’ve learned a lot from your lessons above all you are funny and pretty anyway thanks dear
Hi Ronnie, I am your student. My Name is Mr. Aung Aung. I’m Myanmar. I learn your lessons.
I think you are good teachers. I understand all that you teaches. Thank you very much. If I have a chance, I would like to learn your lessons more.
You are a great teacher .. thank you so much for all your lessons … i have another suggestion and it makes me crazy . i cant use correctly : used to be
We use “used to be” when we talk about something in the past that we felt/were but now is no longer true. Ex. “I used to be fat.” “I used to be happy.” “I used to be a doctor.”
Ronnie which school do you teach? Can you post website link or title?
ya its good i find beneficial
Hi Ronnie…how are you?
You’re my favorite teacher…your videos are very funny…\o
I’d like to see a video about past perfect
Thanks for all
I’ve studied english about 2
Here is an overview! I will try to make a video on past perfect for you! Thanks and good luck!
Thanks so much!
goodmorning ma’am you are such a wonder ful teacher so nice of you
thanks a lot Ronnie,it’s a really good lesson but I don’t have a problem in these pronounce.
I really like your attitude and also method of teaching Thanks.
Рони похожа на мою тётю поразительно!
Hi Ronnie, Very good class!! is my first class!!
I think you also tell us about the difference between P and B. That is more difficult than this case.
Very good lesson. Thank you :)
Hi Ronnie , I love your teaching,and i made some of my mistakes.THANK YOU
Thank you for the class.
I am so much thankful to you and engvid.com for helping billions of people to hone their English.
I am writing to you for a favour. I want to know that how should I pronounce the word “WAIT” and “WEIGHT” beacuse I guess they are homophones. Therefore they sound similer when we pronounce it.
Requesting you to kindly help me with this. I would highly appriciate if you could reply me here or prepare some lession on this.
You are correct!! Wait and weight are homophones! You can say them like “way-t”!
Thank you so much for spearing your precious time for me.
Thanks a lot for this wonderful page.I need to learn a lot about pronunciation.So, it is ideal for me.
hello ronni, u r really good teacher. i have learnt much more from ur lesson but i still have a problem pronouncing of s and sh,pl.tell me what should i do?
oh, sorry ronni u added a lesson on s and sh i have found it.
hi ronnie, your teaching is a good idea of refreshing lessons in english and you have discussed it very well.
thank you so much ronnie! God Bless and more power! ^^
Hi Ronnie you are a really good teacher
The videos are awesome
1 question plz:” fair’s fair “means what?!
It means “fair is fair”…..We use this when we have to tell someone we disagree with their opinion or that we are choosing the other persons side. Eg…. If a brother and sister are fighting because the brother ate the sister’s candy, you would give the sister another (her) candy because it is rightfully her candy. The brother would get angry and say it is not fair that the sister got 2 candies. You would say “fair’s fair”, you took your sister’s candy, so you don’t get anymore!
Hello great teacher Mr.Ronnie thank you very much
hi Ronnie. how are you? im rasheed khan from Pakistan. i m very impress from you maam. your way of teaching is amuzing. when i watch your videos than i fell no boring.you are great. God bless you
I like soso much !thank you!!
hi ronni i am new user i love ur style of giving lesson i daily take ur lesson:)
I hope you are fine
I have only problem with the letter P, I can not distinguished between him and the letter B When I hear the word
How can I distinguish between the two
And also your style of explanation and teaching is very beautiful and nice
When you say “P” blow the sound out- like you are smoking. With “B” just press your lips together and smile as you are saying it.
It’s woooooow lesson, thanks our teacher.
This is difficult, but I will try to Is it possible to develop a lesson about this place, just the idea of
Can you give me your e-mail only to inquire if possible
This is my email!
were i do not see any email
Hi Ronnie !
U R so funny
m ur fan
I wud luv if U teach us ACCENTS N COMMUNICATION SKILLS
on a more intermediate level
Thanks! I will try!
God bless u for help lern baesic english you are tichin I loike so mach agen god bless u
thank you very much please i want to explain to me the different between will and be going to form plz
There is a lesson on that already – search the site for `going to“.
how amazing teacher you are , ilove u and ur explaining way so much
thank you very much for this lesson
letter f it is hard but how is v is same sound
thanks for the lesson
it was very helpful
and i think you are so funny and a good teacher
wait for new videos
bonsoir comment se prononse les a e i o u entre deux consonne et entre une consonne et vole
I’m a great artist, too xD.
Thank you ^^
Thank you very much for this video because there is a lot of confusion between these words.
Please add some new videos
Ilove this lesson Ronnie! I’m learn much whict you.You are a cheerful person! Hugs from Brazil.
i really enjoyed the homophones lesson it helped me alot! im gratefulll!!
your lesson is gracefully!
this makes the lessons more nice and less stressful!
your lesson is gracefully!
this makes the lessons more nice and less stressful!
May I correct you sentence friend? I’d say like that:
Your lesson is graceful, great job!
You make it nicer and less stressful!
I hope I’ve not offended you.
Ronnie can correct me as well, I’m also a learner, we are here to learn with each other..
No problem! my english is bad!
Thank you for our valueable teaching…
THANK YOU TEACHER
Ronnie You are GREAT!
respected ronnie mam, i really like to thank u so much from bottom of my heart for ur efforts for english teaching i m also ur student, i hope u will continue ur teaching. i have so much problem with passive and active voice, esp. passive voice bcoz the langguage of newspaper and magzines always in passive voice, so if u upload one of ur video on voices then it will become ease for me to understand the topic
Here is a website to help you!
Here are some videos on passive too!
thank you so much teacher ronnie.it’s a useful video
I find it funny..some guys here seem to me they wanna marry you Ronnie…lol Yes but you are such a very nice person indeed!It happens to me too in some sites where I learn languages..
Hey Ronnie, thanks for all the help. I’ve searched all over, but can you do a lesson for N. I know you did one for maine and plain, but probably one with more detail. Like how to pronounce simple words like ONE, NINE, SIN (It’s so hard), VAN, and other like BANG. Pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee. If I was in Canada, well I’m only 20 hours away, I would treat you to lunch :)
I’m glad to listen your lessons especially the pronunciation despite the American accent. I’m beginner but your way of speaking is very nice.
from where u appear every time?
The land of unicorns and waterfalls!
you are a awesome teacher
hey I’m glad to listen your lesson nice and less stressful,thank you.you are awesome teacher.more power.
This lesson was very helpful as usual. You are all talented teachers…
Many thanks for u it is really good
Where r the vulgar lessons?
Could u give some lessons on dirty talk during intercourse?
AHHAHAAH just watch porn!
Thanks,your explain are very great.
I don’t know how to thank you enough.
Thanks Ronnie :)
I’m very glad when I had been watching the lesson from my friends
thank you very much for the lesson those i got from http://www.engvid.com
Thanks you very much!This is great lesson.
hello teacher, thanks very much, i love to watch your lessons
i like that
Explain very well thanks
Love All your videos!!!
Any recommendations on dealing with the ‘r’ sound? My ‘r’ sounds very thick…and dont’ like it.
Hi Ronnie Shankar here,
I have a doubt on this lesson
How should we pronounce letters start with Ph,EX:Physics cos it sounds like f sound..pls tell me MAM
Thank you Ronnie. I don’t forget this lesson
Thank you miss!! :)
Thank you teachr :) . I wish some day you teach us how to pronounce the american t in words like waTer and liTTle ..
Nice and funny video =)
Ronnie….I like your way of speaking English.
Ronnie, I love your English class. You are the best teacher. English is very difficult for me, but I can understand you easly. Thank you and God bless you
Wow! fantastic. I moved to US 3 months ago and I’m always looking for information in order to improve my english and your lessons are so excellent. You’re an amazing teacher. This web is fantastic. Thank’s a lot for everything. Congratulations.
Thanks ronnie. You are the best!!!!
Hi Ronnie, Good work! Keep it up!
Hi This is Aaron and the most importance for me
How to practice pronouncing English sound
I need to tell me some good idea if you had
Good some idea guide, Still I care attention about English
Subject, I had small problem this was when
I was spoken on or personal she/he they can’t hear me
What was I said please I need your advice
Thanks a lot Ronnie.
Hi Ronnie, i’m firdaous from algeria i’m new here i wanna thank you for this gorgeous lessons .i love your way of teaching you always enter the fun in your lesson in which you make the lesson so easy to learn it .
It’s hard to say the /f/ sound by itself.
Dear Teacher You are so interesting oh! my God!
I need to download free engvid.
Teacher, you are Fantastic!Your classes great!
I’m very happy because I find YOUR WEB SITE.
During 1997 I was working in the Algeria desert for an american company called KELLOGG, I remember that all the staff of this company is from texas . One day I bring my english book and my recorder cassette and I had asked my boss to read my book and record the reading but he had laughed a lot and refused to do it for me . during this time I had a receiver of english channel and I don’t meet many people who speak english.
This year I FIND your web site and I’m so. happy .
It is fantastic that you have found EngVid!!!! Welcome!
uhmmm i’m really curious about the different between present perfect and present continuous ??
Can the ph sound like f sound such as pharmacist.thank you for your respond.
Yes! Ph ALWAYS sounds like F in English!!!
teacher roonie , you’re the best but I have a doubt with me,the word pete? I know you’re a english teacher and native too but I’ll see this word in google translate and was wrong! pate is correct in my language, pate = pete. is it same? and you should to do another classes about pronunciation! more classes bye I love engvid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! foverer!!!!
Pate is a kind of food. Pate is a French word but we use it in English too!
Pete is a man’s name.
an english* rs
I’ll see ?! it’s wrong the correct is I went to see this word!
Ronnie you know that? never will come a teacher after you such a fun,and especially great teacher
Hello! Ms. Ronnie! This is my first time l ever watched your videos. l watched a lot of them already. l like all of them you are a great teacher. I am trying to get rid of my accent and speak English like native speakers do. I live in the USA and is so embarrassing for me to speak with my Spanish accent which is so ugly :( i want to pursue acting, so they asked me to get rid of my accent so l can speak clearly. Could you help me giving some tips how to avoid my accent
I will be glad to hear back from you thank you :)
Hello Eva, I guess the only way to improve our Spanish accent is by listening to English music, and try to imitate their pronunciation, but there are some people who they even pronounce pretty badly and it doesn’t have anything to do with the fact of being latin american or Spanish speaker.
to learn English:
1- this is the first time I watch your videos
2- as (not like) native speakers do.
3- do not be embarrassed from your native tongue
because the Spanish tongue is beautiful like you eva92.
4- I beg your pardon please.
Ronnieeeee <3 awww hehehe I laughed a looot when I saw you doing as a beaver xD I just imagined myself doing like that in front of people haha the of course are gonna think I am weird hahaha hugs for uuuu
Hi Ronnieeeee thank you very much your like a phenomenal i never had a English teacher like you before.its very impressive plzz upload some more sessions.
ronie you are awesome :)
Thank you Ronnie
you ere great teacher
can you give us lesson about the pronunciation of (P)(B)
Thanks, i love the mouse you drew!
I love this video Ronnie how you learn it
Is this site contain all pronunciation rules for British English Mrs: Ronnie?
Does this site contain all the pronunciation rules in British English, Ms Ronnie?
I beg you pardon Miss Rawdaa..forgive me please.
Thank you for your lesson.
I have a question.
How should I read this…feet and fit? The same?
ronie you are awesome
I love your lessons
i know its not easy for you to teach different people from a different country but you truly do your best i thank you .really i love the person who well-done his work
gracias.me gusta como enseñas….
I understand now the reason why at times I tried to copy the way English people pronunce some words but I failed! :)
Ronnie … Ronnie our best teacher Please,
could you teach us the rules of pronouncing the g sound. as in large and big >>> what’s the rule please?
Dear Ronnie you are a bad painter :D but a very very very good teacher!
I’ve one problem I confuse between “B” & “P” sounds !
for example the word “big” some people pronounce it like “pig” ???!!
it’s also useful for pakhtuns because in pashto there is only on word use for [ p ] and there is no specific word or pronunciation for [ f ]
majority of pakhtuns cannot pronounce F and P differently
when i say pan i acully say fan
Dear Ronnie ,
I`m so grateful for your videos and great efforts you and Engvid Family did . i have a suggestion will reach website , live conference or chat to put (all we took from videos) i right track PRACTICE .
Thanks in advance
there was a number of time you have said letter p and you did press you top lip and pottom together. i wanna be like you?
hi Ronnie very thanks for you learing me
Ronnie who can improve my speaking,I need help my don’t worry i will spend money you if you help my. this is my skip name hussin1408
hello. always thankful for awesome videos
Thanks, well done.
great!!! thank you)
Ronnie…its good class for me..I really realized ..thanks a lot
thanks a lot ronnie. you are a best teacher.
Awesome exercise…thank you all. I wish we will continue to do it.
You’re a great teacher, Ronnie :))
Thanks you so much.
ilove this lesson, thank you
Hi ,thank you for your videos .I am a new student .
I am from. Cuba
Thank you Ronnie
I have a problem with native speakers I can’t understand very clearly when they speak please help
Excellent, Ronnie. I love your videos. Thanks =D
Thank you very much.
Thank you so much RONNIE !!
very clear your explanation Ronnie. Thank you