177 COMMENTS

Thank you Ronnie!!!!!!!

atrilfb99

I’ m the first one,just want say thanks for your lesson,it is very helpful in everyday life.have a nice day.

cuongchung1

Very interesting lesson! I liked that. Thanks Ronnie! You are a great teacher

sgmmm

    Me too!

    Sithara94

Ronnie thank your for the lesson :) Why can’t I see the test ?

mazanadam

    There is no quiz for this lesson.

    engVid

can help please ?
I am not sure ———— accept the job offer.
1- if I should
2- if I
3- I should

mohamedsaity

    I am not sure if I should accept the job offer. – For me that variant sounds better. But I am not a native speaker.

    poslegg

      outstanding …….poslegg

      h3elmasry

    I think It’s “I should”

    …..

    DaZun

    I think is If I should.

    oscaralbert

    If I should is correct!

    Ronnie

    if I should

    HassanMohamed@mail.ru

good lesson its helpfull

micky1111

Mohamed, may be it’s correct if you say: if I could accept…
Ronnie, you are fantastic! I must remember collaborate with some economic help sometimes, it’s a long time I don’t make donations and you really deserve it!
Thank you!!!

janejobim

Thank you Ronnie

ahmedzaghloul

Thanks Ronnie
if you please inform me about these two sounds /ɪ/ and /i/
thanks again.

brala

    Cool seems im not alone in this class i got company

    mukdam

      Welcome Mukadam!

      brala

    Sorry, I don’t understand what letters you need help with. Can you type them again with examples, then I can help you!!!

    Ronnie

      hi, ronnie.
      i think that brala need your help to find the different between the i: and I pronunciation.
      For example: me and in.
      Thank you for your interesting lessons.

      dentist.hmu

tanks a lot !!

JEGHAL Ibrahim

thank you you look beautiful really beautiful

ikiller

Coool video! Teacher Ms. Ronnie, pls make a video about the most often mispronounced words and phrases in english :) Ex. “Miscellaneous”, “Otolaryngology”, “Remuneration” etc. :) Thank you! Greetings from Hungary (not hungry :P) :)

balazsvarga

thanks for your lesson. But how can we distinguish these words when listening?. Cuz, it can make us misunderstand.

mlasix

    You only know by the context of the words!

    Ronnie

thank you alot

rola11

Hello, Ronnie! Can you help me? Make a video about what difference between “everyone” and “everybody”, “anyone”, “anybody” and “noone”, please. Looking forward to watching this video!
Nazar

nazar15

    Everyone and everybody is the same= all people.
    Anyone and anybody are the same= Used for question form and negative sentences.
    No one means not one person.

    Ronnie

      “Everyone and everybody IS …”
      and
      “Anyone and anybody ARE …”

      I’m sorry, but is it typo? or correct grammar?

      yvsyvs

very good lesson thank you
can you explain me the past participal of verbs
knew and kont and give me some exempls for curently use

charlot2010

    There are already lessons on past participles! Just search for them!

    Ronnie

      I love your lesson

      Sithara94

Ronnie it twas awesome!! by the way how about lesson like “how to pronounce W” I think it will be a useful one.

poslegg

Thank you very much for the lesson Ronnie .. :)

DaZun

really you are th e best teacher

taysirbr

thanks this fabulous

baby27

thank you very much
i love you ronnie :)

ninaa

thank ronnie, i had fun with this lesson

karla92

Thanks.
I can’t find any quiz on the subject.

bonhob

    there is not quiz for this lesson, the teacher already answered that.

    oscaralbert

Thanks Ronie! I found that very difficult to pronounce the “r” sound in some word such as “california”. Please help me!

aprototype

    There are already 2 lessons on R pronunciation.

    Ronnie

      thanks

      Sithara94

Thanks Ronnie.
About the lession for “N”.

could you tell me about the “coustomer vs client”.

ayazi1989

Hay ronnie i really findin confused when im talkin to my eng native speaker freind’s. about when i shuold use ( might , or maybe must and should ) is there any lessens about this topic . Finely u guys doin great job espcaily if we know that all leasens are free .big kiss to u from the iraq

mukdam

Thank you

mohamed000000000

    Amazing lesson from awesome teacher , thank you so much.

    mohamed000000000

    Amazing lesson from awesome teacher , thank you so much.

    mohamed000000000

Thank you. I like your teaching.

akhtarneysha2

Can You tell me phonatic rules with all sound

prabuengvid

Thx Ronnieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

kaouache

I was kind of confused, now I know how to say it, gracias, brat..

karl0z

thanks

zouhuabo

i luv u ronniee you are agreat teacher and i love your way in teaching english… God bless u :)

shery1234

PK Ronnie, The meanning about words that have the same pronunciation depends of the contexts during the conversation.
Happen the same for example between tire and tyre.
But is easy to realized the appropriate meaning among of frase.

anselmo

thank you !

lestaf

Ronny, why do you not speak Kannada language (from India) or better Knada language. Can you not express that? And you know why not adjust you the spelling of the speech to the spoken language, sounds different often total different than written? Who has invented something like that?

artur72

tanks

achaconm

In my country you can’t see people speaking english.
I don’t have any one who can speak english with me.
How will i speak english fluently?.

colicha

Ms Ronnie ! I love the way you teach English. I need a teacher to teach me Arabic in the same way.

bacha13550

Very good lesson, thank you Ronnie :)

angus123

thanks a lot girl, it was interesting.

angel82

thanks so much you are funny person .

asala

hi ronnie , first and foremost I would like to thank you for your great contributions ,however my major problem in english is pronounciation

abdoul

it is clear but not 100%

so I hope to make english subtitles for your
explanation on video .

thank u very much

reem45

Thanks! Now I know speak the difference about pronuciation the letter “N”.. ;)

thaysouza

Thanks sooo much Ronnie

nalabdli

Ronnie I’m asking u please please
I need ,
How many or How much lesson
Please…

nalabdli

    How many lessons.

    Ronnie

Thank you ronni I love your teaching you are great teacher

mohamad12345

Ronnie, please, where’s the school in Canada?

lucianacativo

umm i like it !!!

teacherjorgenolasco

HI MADAM i like your video ,but i have a problem in my english speaking and my tell me join the english vid listen the ronnie or linda lecture but seriously madam i give a test of ielts in August end what should i do now i am totally confuse my speaking power is not good its totally poor please help me i shall be very thank full to you

mujeeb406

i like ur lessons <3 ur really cool <3

floydian

Day by day i am increasing my english knowledge.Thank you

rishi25

Hello Ronnie! I have a special request! Could you give a lesson on the difference between the sound of love, culture, sculpture etc…(it’s like an A ) and the A sound of bag, hat etc….(A+E).
Thanks

loredana76

Thank Ronnie, it was really helpful.

darshandkd

Hi Ronnie your lessons are very easy to understand and fun. May be for you next lesson can you explain the difference between the words make and do. thanks

yess2627

Thaaaaaaaank you.

dodan

Ronnie you are lovely, thank you so much

mrmoraesgil

HI Ronnie, gud mrng!this is JD, I’m living in Toronto, Canada.Do you guys have any Spoken English r ESL coaching location in TORONTO. i’m really want to learn from u guys n contact me @ mail2jd.bi@gmail.com
looking forward to your reply!
Thanks in advance

learnenglish

Hi Ronnie. Your lessons are easy to understand and help me, thanks. Do you have lessons on Subject/Object questions? this grammar is very difficult for me, I can’t understand it. Could you help me if this is possible. Thanks

zhangul78

I love your videos…..

geochemist

Thank you!

bblori

Thanks a lot!

ljy130622

Thanks for your explanation.

wiltoncleiton

Is ‘W’ always a silent character when it comes as last one in a word?

harish4u

Thank you

mamoumed

Hey, I’ve got a question with ‘by’ ending words. Most of them sounds like “be” (possibly, assembly, etc) but there are some exceptions like thereby, nearby, hereby that are pronounced like “Bye”. I would like to know if there are more of these.

shprot

OMG… Wrong examples, naturally I mean hobby, slobby, bobby etc.. I dont know why I wrote those ;)

shprot

me gusta

catalina67

me ha gustado el programa lo unico que tengo que saber como empezar desde un principio

catalina67

Thanks ronnie you are so nice and helpfull lesson fo

javedkhan1989

Hi Ronnie. I’m from VietNam. I find it quite confusing to distinguish whether a word ending with a “v” sound and a word ending with a “f” sound. Would you plz help me? :)

thaihoang1988

thanks

daar

Hey Ronnie, thank you so much :)
you are really a good teacher and funny too :).

harshali

Superb lesson !
but i didn’t understand the meaning of Knot can u plz explain and u forgot to tell about nail word..

Shahroz Khan

Hi, Ronnie! Tell me why do you not telling stories? But only any grammar rules…

oleksandrk

Best Teacher..!

syg123

Hello ronnie, interesting lessons… very useful :-)
a request (I know this is not the right place): can you kindly make more examples about the real pronounciation of natives when they say sentences qyickly? and can you post videos about the pronounciation of names, surnames and brands? thanks

coccinella

thank you

radia1995

It is interesting that ‘k’ is not sounded in “kn” as in “know”.Thanks.

gpio8080

ohh Hello ronnie

it’s really helpful me
could u tell me where is your language school in Canada. please please give me address.

hershellbaps

Thanks Ronnie! You have a adorable way to teach! But, what about the Quiz??

Carol92

    i don’t think quiz is required for this session .. there are only few words like this ..

    torakami

thanks you! lesson good for me. i like it.

vominhcu

Thank you!

jerry00

Naks…very impressive, concise and brief.

jimkiskisol

I want to thank you Ronnie by your dedication.
You are Fantastic!

michaelrs170

thanks….

maturi

Thanks Ronnie for teaching me this lesson.

jehanzeb

Thanks Ronnie

Nada

Thanks so much for learing

qutaiba

thank you. Now I can speak these vowels

lucyduong5895

Thanks Ronnie!

sodasoda

Thanks Ronnie

Abdel36

I like watching your lesson!
it`s fun and useful lecture.
I want coming fast when speaking english very well~
Thank you my teacher Ronnie~

Jinhun

Thank you for your fun lesson :)

Happy04

Thank you! It’s so confusing! Ha-ha. Anyway, thank a lot

CuongNgo

thank amillion

Aho Kda

really you are amazing

ismaaillife

Thank you!

Lummy

thank you from egypt

ahmed tohami gouda

Ronnie you really rocks .. Awesome teaching

torakami

Thanks Ronnie

AFNAN-7

It’s time!! It play to tongue.

Gabiloo

Thanks a lot

slimabid

Thank you very much!

Ammar h

Thanks a lot Ronnie. I watch your videos everyday in the evening.

roymn

Thank you,Ronnie, you’re very understandable as same as the others teachers.

rlanguasco

Thanks Ms Ronnie

Abdul Qayum

Thank you Ronnie!!

jlgarcia84

Thank you Ronnie!!

This class was great, I love your accent.

Regards From Costa Rica. Pura Vida!!

tico28

Thank you Ronnie
this lesson was great.

Sultan Ahmed

Thank you very much)))

tanjulia007

Wow!! Ronnie Tnx a lot.. you are the best

FernandoZ

you are a fantastic teacher

bresciani patrizia

more lesson about native speakers please…. ma’am Ronnie I am filino.salamat po ng marami.

cherry27

    but I live in Kansas city.united state with my husband, and my lovely daughter.i want more learn speak English….

    cherry27

I like your videos, because you are funny and your pronunciation is easy to understand.
Just a thing, you forgot the “T” of understand.

shunesburg69

I have to watch your teaching!! love you teacher Ronnie

Boke Boke

I want to learn about animals in American and Canada language.

Sithara94

    Ronnie , I want to learn how to speak in classroom. I am a Fine art student. My subject is painting.

    Sithara94

    would you teach me more

    Sithara94

thank you :D

arterycza

I love your lesson

Sithara94

thnks ronnie nice lesson

hpdtc

My best teacher ever, please help me in writing !
English writing is the most hard part in english language :(

Emy adel

Thank u Ronnie

mouta

Ronnie Ronnie Beatiful

Armindoos

hello Ronnie you are really a good teacher,I hope to find a teacher like you at french

lossa

thank you Ronnie for your lesson

NahlaBN

Thanks alot

Mohammed2AL-Tayar

Hi dear Ronnie..Thanks for the great lessons.
Did you mean that the meaning of “night” and “nite” are same?

Vida

thank you again

NoroPhd

you are realy great……..

dharamvir

Thank you Ronnie I enjoyed your class

Lo2005

many thanks Ronnie for your useful lesson.

mohamedawad

Hi Ronnie. Could you show me the difference between sound of letter “L” and “N”

taivuduc

Thank you very much!

taivuduc

thank you very much

Eshaq

thanksgiving Ronnie

HassanMohamed@mail.ru

good lesson

ann ann

I like a kind of teacher like you but can you corect this sentence for me ? Hwat si yruo foviarei oodf

Thanhnhan281

thanks rommie but where the test.
find some lesson without test.did U know that.

fady 99

I like Ronnie’s class because she describes all the words. Congratulation!

SCORREIAS

Thanks you Ronnie, you are the best.

Marta Lopez

Thanks!

Vivimi

I like Ronnie’s class

noviandani

good bye :)

Muhammad Faisal chaudhry

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

I love your lessons, thank you for the explanation!

hunter22

thank you Ronnie you are my best teacher ever!

Bah Abdurahim

Ronnie, may I ask you a question please? Where should I use Has and HAVE?

Bah Abdurahim

thank you so mach for teaching me. Ronnie

santishai
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