pigeon all have an -on ending in common. But just by looking at these words, you cannot guess their pronunciation. That’s why I have put together a list of over 20 words that end in
-on whose pronunciations are not obvious. In this lesson, I will teach you how to pronounce all these words, and I will give you a phonetic spelling for each. It will also be a good vocabulary review since I will tell you what each word means. It’s important to pronounce
-on words correctly if you want to be properly understood by native speakers.
thank you for your very useful lesson.
I have one question. Would it be not better to write the pronunciation in the fonetical way – like in all learners dictionaries ?
beɪkən, sæmən, ˈʌnjən, … (always schwa plus n)
With -in it isn´t either so precise or good for the learners´s future.
The most difficult think is, if I have to eliminate my mitakes and errors I have lerant in the past wrong.
Absolutely fantastic one, as usual. Thanks sooooooooooooooo much, Ronnie
Sorry, but you have to change the way you teach. it is so funny
Hi Ronnie! It’s completely new for me, I am surprised, because I really did not know this correct form of pronunciation
Thank you Ronnie!
Thanks a lot Ronnie!!!Your lessons are so fun!!!
Is it possible to find a Spanish restaurant in Toronto or should I go there to open one?
THank you very much…..!!
It’s so funny, i like to learn english while laughing. thanks.
Thank you Ronnie.
thanks you Ronnie, it’s very helpfull
hi Ronnie. thank you so much.i am from IRAN. have you ever eaten Persian food?
Merci beaucoup Ronnie
Thank’s Teacher ronnoie
love your courses so much
Thank you, Ronnie, your lesson is realy useful!
thankss you its very very useful.I think small mistake first writen burbon second bourbon!!
Thank you, I have an addiction to chocolate
hi Ronnie it’s every great to learn about your lesson,so I want have a best time to hear you more and practice thank you God bless you
Very nice! Thanks Ronnie! Have you ever eat brigadeiro? =)
That’s so nice Ronnie, thankyou
i don´t make any additions because i don´t have digestion i want chocolate for food
thank you Ronnie
Ronnie you are amazing, Laughter and Learning. I enjoy this lesson, very nice thank you so much
Hi, you are great.
thanks a lot
thank you, benefit a lot
Thank you, Ronnie, for this nice lesson (even if it hurt my little vegetarian’s heart)
Thanks for your lesson. I always wait your lessons and watch them with eagernes, humor and joy)
I love u. U are easy teacher
thank you so much :)
Thank you really it was a great lesson
terima kasih banyak coach ronnie it is helpfull
Thank Ronnie so much! It’s really a great lesson. I want to speak English like some native speakers all the time. So I keep going to study for several years, but couldn’t listen and speak till now. when I find the Engvid Website and Ronnie’s lesson, I’m so interested in the funny videoes. So that my two little kids sit aside with me when I listening to Ronni’s lessons.
Ronnie, thanks for your helpful lesson and jokes
THANKS RONNIE ITS SO HELP FULL FOR ME HOPE YOU HELP ME IN OTHERS TOPICS THANK-YOU
WE’RE GLAD YOU LIKED THE LESSON! However, when you type in ALL CAPS, it sounds like you’re shouting.
Thank you verry much Ronnie
love the way you put how it should be spell!
would you please don’t repeat the wrong spelling or don’t bold it.
thank you so much, I repeat to listen your lessons maybe 4 or 5 times so guess what happen !
THank you Ronnie.
Thank you very much. I like you Ronnie. You are the best english teacher ever.
Thank ,i like ur teaching method,it is light for us and ever attive..thx ronnie
In Iraq we have Iraqi traditional food called “Bacha” we are taking the head of the sheep first we remove the skin then biol it beside this we use the sheep’s abdomen to fill it with rice and spice and sew it in small pieces and cook them.
You are the best
Thank you Ronnie
Thank you so much……
Good lesson, thank you.
I have the passion for learning with you, Ronnie.
Ronnie, thank you for this great lesson
One more excellent class, Ronnie. thank you,
youre amazing Ronnie, very useful lesson, thanks a lot for sharing
THANK YOU Ronnie
It is very very interesting
Thank you Ronnie
Hello, There is somenthing wrong..I am using https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/bacon and the sounds is totally different in british or american..nobody said baykin?..Please any help about it
Hey,Ronnie! Have you tried Brigadeiro? It is a sweet from my country. I think that you will love it. Thank you for the lesson (less-in)
I realy like you! I tryed stady with meny-meny teachers, but….it wasn’t halp me understanding and doesn’ t halp me talking ….
Thanks Roonie. I have an adiction to coke
thank you for teaching us ronni ^~^
Hello to all,I’m from Ukraine.Ronnie!you are amazing!I like your lessons very much!I have one question, do you have online lessons?It’s will be cool!
thank you this wonderful class!! I loved it! I watched 4 times!!
Hello thanks Ronnie for this lession i find it useful.
For Engvid.com i can’t find the quize for this lesson please can you add it
Sorry for my english hh
I love your teaching. Very superb
Thank Ronnie. I learn more and more everyday with your lesson
Ronnie, I love your approach and sence of humour:-) Thank you very much. You are an amazing teacher!
hi ronie thank you so much for your lesson
have you ever try moroccan food ?
Thanks a lot Ronnie, I’m glutton for chips and French fries, love u.
I love your teach style, Well done. Ronnie.
OMG I was laughing so hard watching this video
You are amazing Ronnie
I’m very impressed by those lessons