262 COMMENTS

Hi, Ronnie. Thank you very much for teaching us.

ariunbolor

    Hi, Ronnie. I just want to know which is correct? What are the places have you been to? or What were the places you have been to?

    Raff

      Both are correct.

      Ronnie

        When to use were and when to use are? What’s the difference?

        raff

        thanks Ronnie but i want know speak good english

        fouadmano

        Hi Ronnie. Thanks for pronunciation video..
        I have little problem pronunciation with following words..
        Pleasure
        Treasure
        measure
        social
        ………..
        every time i got failed in interview because of these word meaning . i have Little bit MTI(Mother Tongue influence ) Problem. how can i rid it. please tell me. specially these word who ends with (sure)

        ajeetengvidz

        Hi Ronnie This is Deepak From India, I have a Doubt on ‘H’ prounciation whis related to this topic. How to PRONUNCE words -HEIR,HEIRESS AND the last word Where-WAY+AIR…shall we pronunce as u told in Video W-can be pronunced like a kissing someone..in this case ,W becomes silent or shall i pronunce like kissing someoneelse.
        One more doubt, JUDGEMENT,ADJACENT,BRIDGE–you see DG,DJ in middle.my phonectic expert in india told D becomes silent in these cases,shall i pronunce AJACENT is it rite way of pronuncing?

        Deepak workaholic

        I can’t pronounce (t) sound like (d) sound in (little)

        Alia20

    Ronnie, Thanks for your support.

    Tanyebwa

    boring but good

    gohan

      good teaching

      gohan

THANKS A LOT!

Dev

Hi Ronnie,thank you very much for the great classes. I would like to know whether you’ve any private classes to improve my English speaking skills.

sudheerqtr

Thanks a lot for teaching us.

Dr. Waleed

thanks ronnie, thank you for share all this with us.

hcortez

    Hola Cortez!
    Me gustaria ayudarte con algo.
    En tu frase debes transformar el “share” en “sharing” pues solo puedes dar gracias por algo non por un verbo en ingles. Te doy la gracias por algo. Este algo se transforma tiene un nombre. Si quieres transformar un verbo en nombre tienes que poner el “ing” en el final.
    Asi tienes:
    Thank you for sharing !
    Thank you for closing the door!
    Thank you for motivating me!

    Es lo mismo con el verbo “To like”
    I like sharing.
    I like swimming.
    I like jumping.

    Que tengas un buen día.

    carlos77

      thank you for your advice ^^ i will practice more now.

      hcortez

The H sound sometimes is silent in some words such as hour.

Cuong ta

Best video ever. I am also from Brazil and I live in the city of Recife, and those mistakes are very common. By the way Ronnie, I teach English and I’m 18.

Claudio

I’d like to ask one thing:
Could you do a video about pronouncing the words you’re and your, he’s and his,they’re and there and their,etc. They all seem to be pronounced the same way. And sometimes it’s very difficult to distinguish which one the native speakers are sayin’.
Thanks

henry19

    Oi Henrique!
    Eu gostaria de te ajudar.
    You’re = iuur / Your= iór
    He’s= rris (rr como o duplo r em carro) / His= rrês
    They’re = Deiiir (obs: Você deve por a lingua entre os dentes antes de pronunciar o D) / There e their = Dér

    Espero que vc entenda a minha explicação e que ela te ajude de alguma maneira.
    Tenha um bom dia.

    carlos77

Thank you very much…Glad you put pronunciation lessons in here…

argenis

Hi, Ronnie. Thanks for helping us. you’re such a great English teacher. Bye.

Rowelto Dumale

Brazil as a huge country has many diffent accents, we who live In the easthiest part of it (Recife) has a more strong accent. As you had described very well Ronnie. It’s look like The southern part of The USA.

suemelo

Hi, Ronie. Thanks

adalberto75

First of all, I love all your videos I think you’re a great teacher! About the name Rio, this is a good example, but once it’s a Portuguese name brazilians can pronounce in its original sound without constituting a mistake. If I’m in the US, in Canada, England I can either say Rio (Hio) or Rio. Thanks for all the time spent with us.

Jonatã

Thank you so much for lesson. It’s very helpful

Nick

Thanks Ronnie…
in previous video I asked you this question if you please feed me back.Thanks
why you can’t use (that) in relative clauses with extra information?

brala

    You CAN use relative clauses with THAT!

    Ronnie

      Hellow, Ronnie
      con you taught me english from beginning pleas?
      I like you so much!!!!

      Hameed

hi Ronie i want say something
learning more pronunciation
please can you help me ? if you can’t please
wright me

zoser

thanks Ronie
i want say something can you focus
about more pronunciation? if you can’t
please right me ?

zouser

Thanks Ronnie, I live in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil.

ubiracymafra

    I’m from Recife, too. And Ronnie, thank you. You’re my best teacher online. I love your classes.

    lucasferreira

Hi Ronnie, thanks a lot for this lesson. I have a proposition. Could you teach us when and how correct use:
into, onto, upon and this kind of preposition. It is very confusing! Pleas help!

gregorypl25

Hi, Ronnie,great lesson, thanks

angelorios

Hi Ronnie that was really helpful for me.
I would like to know what are the words in what I can use ´´TO´´ after the verb. for example
´´WAIT ME´´ or ´´WAIT FOR ME´´
IF there is somthing else I want to know.
thank you and blesings.

junior777

Hi Ronnie that was really helpful for me.
I would like to know what are the words in what I can use ´´FOR´´ after the verb. for example
´´WAIT ME´´ or ´´WAIT FOR ME´´
IF there is somthing else I want to know.
thank you and blesings.

junior777

I have listent it benefits me I like it
Thank you so much Ronnie
I love advanced vocabulary in text

Alipoor

Hey Ronnie.

Thanks for the lesson!
Hug!

Wilson

Thanks for dedicating this EXCELLENT lesson! It’s a pleasure to teach English, I love it!
You rock! Kisses!

gabriellemos96

thanx Ronnie.
I get it meaning, but difficult for me…
I try do the best.

rumirumi1126

Hi, Ronnie! I am brazilian and I live in the north part of the country! Thanks for your kindness! I just love you and the way you teach!

Janilza

    Oi Janilza!
    Eu gostaria de compartir uma informação com você.
    parte norte = northern part
    Have a nice day.

    carlos77

      Oh, you are right, Carlos! Thank you very much!

      Janilza

    Olá querida
    Espero que a vontade de ser bons amigos e aprender Inglês juntos
    Eu estou esperando por sua resposta

    salamalg

      Hi, my friend…That’s very kind of you and thanks for writing in Portuguese! But, I think we are already learning English together here on EngVid.com, aren’t we? ;)

      Janilza

      Hi, my friend…Thanks for writing in Portuguese. That’s very kind of you. Well, I think we are already learning English together here on EngVid, aren’t we? :)

      Janilza

        hello dear
        you are welcome
        i hope to improve our english with conversation together

        salamalg

        hello dear
        yes we are ready right now
        hope to give me your skype and let us learn and chat
        thankyou

        salamalg

Thank you Ronnie

alisami

Hi Ronnie you were great as always and this time you earns an extra point for your beautiful hair that’s always nice but especially in this video !
Interesting thing about the R’s, you did a nice job explaining it. The thing to know is that São Paulo’s pronunciation of the letter R is similar to the american R because of the foreign influence and I know that they fancy looking and speaking like americans. In the rest of the country we pronounce the letter R like the H with some variations depending on the region. My name sounds “americanzed” when Paulistas says it in portuguese. That may be the reason why they have a facility to pronounce the R sound. Au revoir mon amie et bonne continuation.

Carlos77

carlos77

    Hello Carlos77 I would like to help you with something.

    In your sentence “this time you earnS an extra…” Remember that when it is second person singular you must not write an S at the end, you just write it when it’s third person singular. I hope I’ve helped you. Have a good day =)

    jimmysaenz90

      Hi! Indeed I made a mistake with the extra S.
      Thank you for correcting me and welcome to the game ^^.
      In fact there’s two reasons why I correct people:
      First I help people to communicate better by sharing my knowledge and secondly I practise writing in English.
      So I advise you to do the same as it’s a nice training.
      Have a nice day

      carlos77

        It’s been my pleasure buddy :-) I hope you have a nice day too.

        BTW it’s there are two reasons (plural) n.n see ya ! and take care.

        jimmysaenz90

hugs n’ kisses 4 u lovely, funny,gorgeous,pretty, smart Ronnie.

Efrain Dominguez

very interesting … Love it.

engvivid85

Your classes are wonderful, thank you so much….

NJS

I wanna create a new topic. My doubt is about the 2 sound of the “i” letter. Is there a rule about what sound this letter have in a word or other?

Bruno

hi, salutes. could you teach me usage of “do” in affirmative sentence to emphasis or stress the point which we expect. ex. I do all the work lonely without anybody’s help.

amuden

what is the difference between it is quite normal and it is normal. explain it with your natural style which will make us remember for ever and whenever we use and see the word, we will get remember your style and accent.

amuden, india.

thanks so much you are a great teacher and you have a nice hair .
i love you

asala

Thank You.

Sugu

Obrigado. suas aulas são ótimas. I line

amarcondesbh

Dear Ronnie,
Thank you very much by lesson,but I’m waiting your answer about my big wish of make my exchange in Canada,please please please talk to me,give me your address email,please.

nerismarcel

    What information do you need?

    Ronnie

      First all, thanks for opportunity,…ok let’s go. I intends to make exchange in Canada and really love your method of teach. Give me some information or tips about what school,where stay(for exemplo: home-stay),how much money I’ll go spend with course during about a month,if is possible studying in school that you work,so on…
      Help me please, I’ll stay glad to meet you,Thanks,bless you God.

      nerismarcel

        Hi Neris..I’m making plans to study in Canada the next year.I suggest you search this site: canadaparabrasileiros. My husband and I listened (Am I right?) a lot of podcasts and they said about our doubts. But I agree whit you, would be great to have Ronnie as our teatcher. I’m lovin(this costinouus tense exist?) every class from her. XOXO and good luck!!!

        studiopri

Thank You

gogo

Thank you so much for the lesson. You are the One Ronnie.

Angel

Hi,Thanks for your lessons. I have a lot of problems trying to pronounce words that have “V” and “B”. In Spanish there is not much difference between these two words but in English make a huge difference.
Thank you and I will really appreciate your help.
Roberto.

Roberto

Hi Rosny, I d like to know which form is more appropriate from the following:
The mental & physical development are harmed.
Or the mental & physical development is harmed.
Thanks in advance

beladam

Good lesson!

Jonathan

Thanks o lot Ronnie.
I would like to say that my english skill’s increased, especially after that I became engVid student.

anselmo

Thank’s a lot.

Fabio

Hello Ronnie, I love how you teach. You’re very funny and look like a amazing person. I’m here learning English every day. Since when I was a child, my dream was learning English and all you are helping me.

alansoliveira

Thank you so much.

alansoliveira

I should write: “You seem to be an amazing person”, I’m so sorry =D

alansoliveira

Thank you Ronnie

negar

I would like explain to us The different between rapid ,quick and fast. many thanks to you

khalid

thank you so much :)

nantia81

Thanks a lot!

Suraj rai

Hi, Ronnie.

Do you gays working in a English School or something?

mbjoh

Hi mam RONNIE you’re great i mean outstanding. YOU’RE TEACHING STYLE IS SO NICE.thanks for all the lessons.

MY QUESTIONS:-

1- HOW TO USE ‘ALSO’ IN ENGLISH PROPERLY?
2- IS IT RIGHT SENTENCE– I’m not gonna
be a doctor anymore.

sona123

    Also = and. Use it to add extra information!
    I’m not gonna
    be a doctor anymore. Is how we speak but you should not write gonna. You should write going to.

    Ronnie

HI MAM RONNIE
MY QUESTION:-
COULD YOU PLEASE MAKE A LESSON ON
‘NARRATION’. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.

sona123

Dear Ronnie!
Thanks for the lesson!

I have a question about pronunciation of the “t” sound. How would you say “right away”? How about “see you later”, “hiatus”, “congratulations”? I have heard Americans could pronounce “righD away”, “hiaDus”, “see you laDer”, “congraDulations”. Do Canadians speak these phrases and words in this way?

yankhonskiy

    Yes, both Canadians and Americans change the T sound to a D. I have no idea why!!!

    Ronnie

Thank you very much. All of you are “greats Teachers”. I’m very hapy following this course. Up to know i’ve watched all the episodes. Thank you again.

Daniel

Dear Ronnie,

thank you for this toturial
but iwant ask you , how i can learn english in very small time
i ask you for a method please send me email to my mail ” jaouad_32@hotmail.com
thank you Ronnie .

limo

thank you teacher

I hope you teach us how to Pronounce the most popularly words with different words

Thank you

alawyi

Greetings from Brazil Ronnie (not Honnie LOL)

heitorloureiro

    Another example!

    Sidney

hi Ronnie

do you give private lessons at skipe?

Thank you Ronnie

ISIS

thanks ^_^

mohamedsoliman

Hi Ronnie I always see your lessons, That’s outstanding !! And Thanks for mention my country =D !

juniorleandro1995

Thanks a lot!

Sidney

Thank you

ahmedelsadr

Hi
Really appreciated sir and if you could please write your Facebook ID or if you have any page in Facebook please send me that.
Thanks mom

badshadin qiame

Hi Ronnie, Thank you very much

hussain

Hi Ronnie…I am from Brazil and I love your classes!!!You are so cute.
Thanks for this lesson.

giselecb

hi, people from Egnvid.com, I’d like to suggest you a lesson on Defining and Non-defining Caluses. Is it possible? Tahnks a lot

danilorasec

this is very usefull to communication skills

sabari

hay …can i get some explanation for this focusing on language
“in case -although -unless”

mohamedsoliman

Dear Ronnie,
It`s me ahmed marzouk , medical student from Egypt …I really appreciate your amazing work.
I’d like to suggest you a lesson on Difference Between 1st,middle,Last Name & Surname with example ahmed marzouk Fathy Abdl-karim as in my ID…It`s very confusing & I really need it Urgently to apply for US college.

Ahmed Marzouk

    Family name, last name and surname are all the same. All the people in your family have the same last name.
    Your first name is the name your parents gave you. In English speaking countries, we call people by their first names.
    Middle names are just extra and no one really uses them.

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,

When you mentioned about the strong RRR sound so remarkable in Brazil, I felt good because you regarded my country with affection.
Everyday I watch Engvid and yours are the funniest. You incredible!

Marcos Wilker

Hi Ronnie,
How to pronounce jewelry? Could be a good one.

Thank you so much for teaching us.

edgarhernandez

    Jew-la-ri.

    Ronnie

Great lesson!!!

atrilfalero

thanks sooooooooooooooooo much .

soliman27

thank you to teaching us and i want to learn english

Hadi

Can anybody tell me what is the meaning of It’s been very kind and tell me the right use of this sentence.

Praveen

thanks

ibrahim

Thanks

ibrahimselo

Hi everyone! I want to improve my English and I would like talk to someone in English. if there is somebody who wants to be my pen friend write me in Email: marimakaradze@gmail.com
P.S Rpni you are the best teacher in the world.

mariami91

teacher ronnie,ı dont know how ı explain.just ı am so happy to see a teacher like you.1 have been learning english for many years.
but never learn perfectly.
when ı watch your teaching english vids,ı learnt everything thanks to you.
so you are,friendly,so sympathetic,so joker.that ı wish you will be happy forever.

cudi

Thanks Ronnie, you are an amazing teacher.

Gratz from Brazil.

Carlos

Nyc!!! and v v useful

Abdul

hi Ronnie
thank you a lot for lesson I like to speak like English native . do you think i can do that ? if i try and practice hard i can ?

mahdi

If I’m allowed talk Aayza and writing remains GOOD in English Vaaml any íÇŃíĘ deteriorated quickly

boshra

thanks a lot

mohammed

thank you very much ronnie
god bless you

Frzat

thank u so much mrs.ronie

fernandy

Thanks for this lesson. I have a Toastmaster speech
to present that begins with, “My Head…”. I have been
procrastinating for a while because being
from Jamaica I don’t soundy H’s now I can
deliver my speech with much confidence.

Thanks,
Angel

Angela

have nice Ms/ Ronnie …………? this is my last messaged why are you not replay my word’s

taha3

tell me something abut the Videos least ion is not opened the videos ( how do i opened videos please need your help ?

taha3

please ……………….. need your help now?

taha3

thank you very much for this lession

jet

thank you

omehda

Olá boa tarde!
Pessoal estou de volta, vou começar tudo de novo, parabenizo a Ronnie pela qualidade das aulas e aproveito para fazer um agradecimento aos professores… Muito obrigado.

josehenriquefs

thank a lot .
but i have problem for Sh,Ch, L,R too .Could you tell me how was different . thank you

solohaha

Hi Ronnie i have a two question my first is questoin is can i say i wanna learn english or i should learn english the second one is if anybody ask me what is you surname can i say my surname is hayle.my full name is xamse abdi hayle.thanks

xamse

    I wanna learn English = your desire.
    I should learn English = it is important.
    They are different!
    Your surname is the name you share with your mom, dad, and brothers and sisters.

    Ronnie

      okey Ronnie
      thank you

      xamse

hi ronny thank for teaching us. I want to know how to pronunce ”ed” in the end of preterit verbes?

seye

hi ronny thank for teaching us. what is the pronunciation of ”ed” in th end of preterit verbes? thank

seye

hi ronny thank you for this lesson
your way is very very good more useful and flexible
regards

shoukry88

thank you

kimo

Thanks Ronnie….u teach us verry verry well…

nickpatel123

Hi, Ronnie.
You’re a great teacher. I’m very satisfield with this class.

rafafilho

thank you so much

guru22

Hi Ronny. I’m Irina from Argentina. Well.. Today was the first time i saw ur video, and let me tell u that is cool because i can understand u so clearly :) thnx too much.
Forgive my bad way to write, because is so similar to how many teenagers and the youngs write :s
To be brief i wanna ask u if in your college or academy – dont know bout it well- i just wonder if u accept interchange students? Because i wanna make a trip to an english speaking country o improve my english.
And the last thing u’re a great teacher :)) and wht i’d you teach sth bout translation. Or sth bout being an interpreter please!
Thank u

irinalr22

Hi Ronnie
This is the first time to watch your lesson, it’s very good lesson. I suggest my son to learn by himself by watching your teaching. Thank a lot.

Somkid

Hi Ronnie ! I love your videos , thank for teaching us :)
yasmine from Algeria

Yasmine

I like your lessons :) Thank you for teaching!!! I think it is the best class for foreigner:)

Jin

Osman Mies rannie I average in English, what I do to be excellent in English and speak fluently Osman pink quickly

boshra

Osman Mies rannie I average in English, what I do to be excellent in English and speak fluently please answer quickly

boshra

Hi Ronnie
do you know you are amazing teacher

Deel

you are my best tutor and I love to watch your tutorial videos.

Thanks
Chandru

Chandrashekar

hey! Ronnie in previous lesson u said that “for” is use for doing good for someone and “to” for transfer okay can u tell me is this right? “iam going for bath” or iam goin to bath” pls help me…

barbie

thank you so much. you’re great teacher.I feel interesting when i learning your lessons

hanhtruong

Hi Ronnie! I am from a little country of America ‘El Salvador’ and I am so thankful with your lessons. Hope that God bless you.

bryan1995

Hi Ronnie Mi neam is khlfan I,waes porn in OMAN you is good teatsher I like you

khlfan al-zaabi

Thank so much
The teacher is so lovely.

manhdat270192

So clear lesson

taimor

Dear Miss, you are teaching such a nicely. easily to catch the words. i would like to learn more. if it is possible, could i have your e-mail address please??? my email address is – alagaiyahravikumar@gmail.com thanks a lot..

Ravi

very easy to understand . you are one of the finest teacher i’ve known .but i still have some confusion about your name. is it “Ronnie” like everyone are thinking or its “veronnie”.

Mohankreddy

Thanks alot

Ali

Hi Ronnie, Thank you very much

sanjeev27036

Hi Ronnie, Thank you so much.. your teaching is so noce..i would like to learn about IELTS. if it is possible. please upload your IELTS classes videos please… G.K.

gkraoamsol

Thanks Ronnnie..
We <3 you|

Barbie

Hi Ronnie, Thank you very much

ahmedq13

i am so happy to learn with ur video, thank you for your kindness generosity.

lhundup007

thank u for teaching us. i want to learn the correct voice of all alphabet. plz help me ,i will be very thankfull to u.

gorgeoususman

You Ronnie is very, very, very… interesting. (With all due respect)

alexfogaca

Hi :) thank u soo much
I have a problem with “w” sound
I can’t pronounce “weight “

Paew

Thanks you !!!!!!!!!!! Es genniiiaaaal !!!!

rocknlaw

Hi Ronnie, hello!!..I like the way you teach..especially with some gestures; easier to understand, and to follows quickly. Thanks a lot!.

imelda2106

Ronnie,thank you!You explained very easy,I think I can understand.You are good teacher!

Ringle

Hi Ronnie,

In Egypt a lot of people are having problem pronouncing the, that, they, there,
they say it like sa, sat, say, sere……
Please, we would like to have a video about th.

amany81

I enjoyed your video a lot, I have a friend from Nigeria, say Ospital for hospital, ear for here.

amany81

Hi. Ronnie
Teach me how to speak english…

juvelyn

I’m from phillipines…teach me how to speak english.

juvelyn

hey ronnie can u please help me ..
i can’t pronounciate words like BATH , BIRTH .. i can’t speak the last ‘th’ part of the word..i m tryin to adopt the american accent .. and i have adopted it well.. but words like BATH , BOOTH , BIRTH ,BATHROOM really confuse me..
please help :)

skypop

thak you ronnie for theach that

Joselin

I just CAN’T pronounce the word “Salt” in a proper way.

Ricky

…or “I just can’t pronounce properly for the word ‘Salt’.”

(G or B grammars? Thanks in advance!)

Ricky

Ronnie, you are really good teacher, and I like your stile to tech us.

sara2013

Hi Ronnie,thank you for the lessons! You are a pleasure to be with!

kopiko

Hi Ronnie
Can you teach “ch-” sound ??
I have a problem with this sound
Please thx you :)

Paew

how to pronounce SCHEDULE

rajesh251

thanks for your lesson

emma22

Thank you :)

sarmadsapeeh

Tnx for always sharing ur knowledge god bless olways ronnie :)

jeia06

thank you miss ronnie for all this lessons. English pronounciation is more difficult but with practice it will be easier.

matador50

Hi Ronnie, could you give a lesson about the pronunciation differences between calm (calming) and come (coming)and set some other examples with these vowel sounds? Thank you.

egghead

Thank you Ronnie :))

ikaina

Hi Ronnie,
Thanks for all your lessons. I’m really enjoying learning.
Please could we have some tricks to know when use we “up” “down” “off” “on” with verbs and what do they change in the verb meaning.
Ex: get off, get down, get up …
Thanks!!!

alkas2

thanks ronnie

jojo22

thanks ronnie you very good

jojo22

Thank for your great lessons.
I learned how French and Brazilian are liable to pronounce R and H and A.
It was very interesting.
I remembered when my father gave me a uniform of French football player,henry and I was surprised at the spell.

minourajapan

i just can say thanks very much Ronnie My Mom was right you’re the best :)

wolf321

thank you ronnie

tona7

Thanks Ronnie, i love yours examples, make it so easy.(tax in pen or hug).

sergionunes

I Like it..thx Ronnie :)

asmae

thanks , i like it

mustafa87

Thanks
miss for kind consulting you.
and good lessons i hope you will learn some more about passive voice.

janzahir1

Thanks for the lesson. These lessons will help me write without the help of Google Translator.

wiljor01

thank you

ahmedabdelaal007

Hello! Ronnie,
How are you ?
I’m your new student. I’m from Brazil and my city is called Joao Pessoa-Paraiba (state) My accent is strong.I am very happy with you. You are very beautiful and I feel that you are very happy person! I am enjoying yours lessons. Thank you.
Nilza

nilza2010

it is nice one, but i hate this lesson because you do not have QUIZ

stellakarthik

Cool!

I’d like to know how to say ‘H’ in Which, Why and etc.

Thanks!

dboyko

HA HA HA HA !
very good study
best teacher
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ^_^
i love English

iloveengvid

Thank you so much. This video has been a lot of fun :)

btul861015

Hi Ronnie, i’m new here, i’m brazilian too… So… My question is… How about pronunciation in words like “VEHICLE” , my wife is american and i can’t hear the sound of H when she pronounce, i asked her about, but she doesn’t had the answer.. Lol… Can you help me?

statarcos1

Hi .. so you smart Teacher..:D

joell23

I love your lesson..
Thank you very much..^^

sizuku99

Thank you

hugoboss163

thanks once again for your such good teaching and important is that i have got this lesson. thank and keep teaching like that and take care.

saifuddinkhan

Thank you.

gpio8080

thank you

thanh.hoa.k05

thank you Ronnie. What is your email anyway.

jehanzeb

could u talk about asia,india not only brazil

swaapnika

Ronnie you so good! but you so crazy. XOXO. YOU SO GR8! BEST WISHES

claudiotcjr

Thank you always for your fun lesson, Ronnie. I enjoy and smile :)

Happy04

Thank you for your support Ronnie

Tanyebwa

Thank you very much

omerabohassan

Thx Ronnie! smack! ;*

luigieriche

Tnx. Ronnie

brahim askour

thank, Ronnie

kostya-star

thank you!

sunnystar

Hi Ronnie, can teach us pronunciation “r”. Russians have R, but its so tough sond. And when we should to say it in a word, when not. pleeeese THX

Marrow

Thank You dear Ronnie. You do a brilliant work for us. I do appreciate it. good luck.

Amir Siami

really..
thanks sooooo much.

waleed.munshi

Excellent, as always.

franobre

Thanks a lot, Ronnie!!

Edinho

thank you very much.

Noi namviset

You are a lovely,genial,delightful,cool,charming…(I take a breath),best ever,valuable,laudable,right(wait,I’m looking on google,I am back),rare,greatest teacher in the universe,no,all universies(you know what I mean,space).Thank you a zillion of times!I love You Ronnie,and a big thank to EngVid and all teachers!!!

Bye!

Iamhere.

Pronunciation in english is my big problem. i know i’ll learn them very well. i must practice them.without practice no one can learn this language. Thank you for all lessons.

bharatkumar

Ronnie Thank you very much
ronnie you very goodteachier

sam mayyas

thanks you , you are funny

thiennguyen1994

THANK YOU! i love the way you are!

Abyd12

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atichat

Ronnie LOVE u so much!!!

Tiko15

Ronnie, you are the best!

GF

Great Ronnie!! thanks!!

cecispacc

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!

aynur1984

Hi Ronnie,
Many thanks for you
You the only teacher that you learn our how to speak
Thanks

airofficer

Thank you for teach me the pronunciation :D

williams27

hi
can anyone help me
with the pronunciation HER and HAIR?
i speak Portuguese from Brazil.

AlexDaSilva

thanks ronnie
really U teach me more and more.

fady 99

thank u Ronnie

HassanMohamed@mail.ru

Hy Ronnie! I Like a lot of his classes.
You are very funny!
Thank you

eduardosouzaa

thank you

ann ann

Hi, Ronnie!
Please, make a video talking about the pronunciation of letter “h”, age, ate and number “8”. For me, all these pronunciations is the same, but I don’t know if it’s correct.

msalves

Thanks you so much

Marta Lopez

hi ma’am,

I can easily understand your lessons.Thank you.

suman balaiah

Thanks you so much

noviandani

Thanks a lot for the lessons T. Ronnie. Your lessons have been very helpful. I usually check your lessons if I need help, especially with confusing words in English. :-)

azilkris

Thank you Ronnie! I like a lot :D

Eu

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

Where can i find quizzes?

nasser.thabet

Thanks alot

Ahmad.b

Thank you Ronnie

syawal.engvid

Hi Ronnie! I’m Gabriel — the one you dedicate this video to. I’m also a teacher trainer now and I’m SO thankful for the lessons you taught me when I started studying English. Everytime I tell my students about EngVid, I brag about this video… hahaha
Thanks a million once again.
XOXO.

Gabriel Lemos

    *Every time

    Gabriel Lemos
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