185 COMMENTS

the whale is a mammal, Ronnie!

Adelino

    yeah i just gonna realy say that aprecciatte that the times you waiste with all our students in the world , so you are amazing your put in a lot of energy in your wiser ja ja not really an what can i say I LOVE ENGVID AND I LOVE ENLISH ITS THE BEST IN THE LIFE.

    ulysses90210

      sorry i gonna say you for the time yo stay teach us dont make me a bad understanding.

      ulysses90210

        You’are thankful it is what you meant :D

        Erick10

        actually love Ronnie and all of Engvid teacher!! love you guys all!!
        My English become better every day thank for all of you~~ <3 <3 <3 <3

        Nguyen Van Hau

Great lesson! Thank you so much for these helpful pointers! After saying v and w along with you (great lip-workout btw.), even my husband could finally hear a difference :)

Sahilee

wise lesson,Ronnie good job

simo147

I love this teacher!

danielrds

welcome back miss ronnie, it was useful lesson,
can i have your skype i have a couple questions, if you not mind

thanks,have good day ^_^

BOB FAISAL

Dear Ronnie, First of all I do adore your videos here on Engvid. Honestly, I am an ESL teacher in Jakarta and I use some of your ideas in my classes on certain topics. Thank you so much.
About this video, I still don’t get it why people make a difference with the V and W. I’ve seen “some” countries in the world and in all of them there is a clearly difference between the V and W when they speak English. The only problem I find is when i ask my students to spell the word vacuum. Most of them say V-A-C-double U-M…
Please keep making these wonderful videos :)

JakobN

    I can’t tell you anything about other languages but in my language (I’m Hungarian, by the way)there is no difference in pronunciation of the V and W. The difference is just in the written language. So same pronunciation but different spelling. But this video finally clarified it to me. Thanks for the video, I mean many,many,many thanks.

    hoato

      I think that’s way people get confused. (I forgot to write this down.)

      hoato

    I like too.

    lenita cortes

Dear Ronnie wonderful videos :

al arabi

Hi Ronnie,
Thank you. But please use “Persian” instead of “Farsi”. Farsi is a word for Arabic language people who can’t spell “P”.

Ariyo

Thank you Ronnie~~
I clearly understand my lip position between V and W.

Jinhun

Thank you mam Ronnie for your all fantastic lessons.they are very useful. would you please answer my one question. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!

MY QUESTION IS BLEW-:

HOW DO we use ‘How do you do’ AND CAN’T I USE IT WITH MY BROTHERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILY?

IS IT ONLY USED WHEN WE INTRODUCE SOMEONE OR IT CAN BE USED WITH THE SAME PERSON OVER AND OVER AGAIN?

AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

THANK YOU!

sona123

    We say ‘How do you do?’ when a third person is being introduced to you. Whether you shake hands with this third person your response should be as well ‘How do you do?’ but just with another intonation

    JakobN

Nice to meet you, Ronnie. Finally I could sign in.
I like your teaching. V and F are difficult for me.
F’s pronunciation is same with V, isn’t it?
This video is useful. Thank you :)

Happy04

Yes, we’d like to have more videos with you :D

Artur12345678901

Well done, Ms.Ronnie. I had some problem with this pronunciation before, but I know how to use “KISS” action to identify those pronunciations now. Thanks

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

i like this

sarves12

love it !

sapan

I like the way you teach.

philbert

Thank’s, Ronnie ) I like your videos.

Henk Seed

hello madam
i was wander if you could tell me how many kinds of translatons do we have? please name them ,if possible. i have already heared about three kinds of them consist of consecutive-facility and interpreter and simultaneous translation. do we have other kinds of it or not? thanks indeed
this is mehdi from Iran interested on your lessons .i am impatiently waitting for your reply.

123456mehdi

You awesome ! Just i can say thank you :)

Saman rad

Thank’s, Ronnie. Your videos are best.

jonasmachius

teeth or kiss, very useful. thanks

marienba

Your classes are very useful.
Thank you !!^^
♥♥

kyuchul

thanks a lot

Sepideh

Thanks!!!!!!!!

mazinho007

Please honey can explain west waste

khalidse10

Tks so much :)

freezetheheart

Let’s practice English together
SKYPE: sas.skype.speak

dzufty

Thank you so much.

saisuda

thank you teacher ronnie.

Etho

it’s great

houcine7513

:*

karl0z

Really , I’m fully proud to be student to you

mohamedaboouf

Wonderful lesson Ronnie, it’s a pleasure to see you again. You’re the best.

Greetings from Macchu-Picchu Perú.

Dorian Garcia

Thank you

sirajulsekh786

thanks it’s very good lesson

tarek karym

why do we use… if i were you instead of if i was you? because after i it has to be was according to what we were taught. excuse my irrelevant question

Xihlambanyiso

Ronnie you are pretty as usual! Does anybody able to help me for practicing? it would be funny ….add me in the skype( rasim053499)

Abdel Said

A very good teacher! great!

egayblanco

I’m so glad to know this web.because it helps me much to study about English. i’m eager to speak English well:)

zuwana

Hello I am very happy to meet you all

bunnoeun

Hey I’m new here can anyone tell me where is the video so I can start learning too

Mehryn

Thank you Ronnie,good job.

hassankam

hello i am new hear i want to speak english

Mushtaq.balouchi

so how i learn english language in this website?

Mushtaq.balouchi

    Watch the lessons, do the quizzes, study on your own time, read/watch/listen to English-language media!

    engVid Moderator

Ronnie! Thank you for your emotions! You are the best! I adore your lessons!I was happy to meet you! Now I watch your video lessons every day. It is a great pleasure for me!

gorbunova

thank you Ronnie, nice video :)

shakaniko

thank you so much Ronnie

ismaaillife

i am happey

ahmed nasser

thank you

huthyfah

Dear Ronnie thanks for caring.But its better to use Parsi instead of Farsi.Actually Farsi is common in Arabic language coz they cant pronounce .
thank you very much
with all respect: mohadeseh

mohade3

yes very good

nader999samir

Thanks a lot Roonie.You are the best teacher in the world.You are very funny.Learning with you it’s very easy.Thanks I love you so much.

Astghik

Thank you dear Ronnie

nimpogiga

the best teacher. i love you

Bình Nguyễn

thanks ronnie your great

ismaaillife

I like your English class.
You’re very good English teachers

Babin

Thank you very much!!!

Babin

I am very lucky to get this site

iftikhar697

thanks Teacher. fantastic

mr.sugar

thanks

rajshank

Awesome!!!

Katina

I admire you , thank you..

QoQo

thank, like you form of teach

ulises01

i wanna improve my English by talking on skybe — anyone can help me ??

My skype name: odesk_ahmed

ahmedfmrt

May you please teach about compound subjects?

abeille

great lesson!!!

edgardcordeiro1970

great and awesome lesson for me.

IDOL HEAVEN

Thank you ……

shithila

great lesson & good teacher ronnie

cherify2001

awesome teacher <3 i love her

falle

so funny. thank you.

thaonguyen589

how can i reduce my spelling mistakes?my spellimgs are very much week plllllllllzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me out plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

chaasher

Ronnie you are the best..!

eliel

Ronnie what can do to improve my English ( speak& written)

Waelsalama

you are funny

arana

Thank U Ronnie so much

Nour ElSafeer

Thank you Ronnie

laamari

thanks!! your class is excellent,funny and enjoyable.

Antoniomerheb

That was really very good lesson
but can you tell me how the lessons were organized? please

M.S.A.F.A

    in this website

    M.S.A.F.A

Thak you Ronnie for this excellent and great lesson. See you in the next video.

drac

owesome

handi

thanks !

jimmy9x

Hello Ronnie again,
The sound of WOMAN is “V” or “W”
Thank you

drac

Thanks to you I realized that I´ve a trouble with this…the thing is, my teacher doesn´t tell me something about my wrong pronunciation (she´s native speaker)…maybe it´s time to change a teacher and start watching engvid :)

Dominik

Thanks Ronnie

Gabriel.Na

Hi. I have difficult to speak words that finish with ¨c¨like: kinetics and levulinic.
How can I improve? what is this phonetic sound?
Have any classes talking about? regards

marystela

Thank you so much!

Judymaple

Thanks a lot :)

sbilke

hi tanx for your lessons

memary

    There are some tricky ways to download it :P
    Drop me a line if you wanna download all lessons.
    According to each level, I am downloading ALL.

    oxygen1891

Jonny you are REAL FUN! With you studying English is not common routine! You are so funny! You should try yuourself in a movie industry! I really mean it!

Tatyna

P.S. Can Somebody explain me how to cut this stupid photo in profile? I’ve downloaded picture, after i click button cut the photo I get just the part of my photo :)
Thank ypu for help in advance guys!

Tatyna

HI.
I LIKE YOUR TEACHING ROUNI.
I WATCH OTHER TEACHERS BUT I PREFER U.I NEED TO DOWNLOAD YOUR ENGLISH VIDEO.HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD IT?I CAN NOT WATCH THIS VIDEO DIRECTLY.PLEASE GUIDE ME.
TANX

memary

    Sorry, you can’t.

    engVid Moderator

thanks

Mahmoud Elkowayies

Thanks a lot Ronnie :-)

Gabiloo

thanks Roonie, you’re amazing teacher.

jane1970

thanks man i appreciate that

deen 505

Thank you !

dauquangvuong

I am a newcomer but I really enjoy your classes Ronnie. You are really funny. Love your explanations

hechicero18

Ronnie please I want a lesson on phrasal verbs!!! separable and non -separable PLEASE!!!!

AdrianaVejarano

very good class Ronnie . I am from Kerala in India

Thankarajan

I just signed into this classes. I would like to know if a teacher could tell me how to start in English grammar. What would be the first class to take and then the following class.
I am originally from Mexico and I live in Mexico. You can contact me at my email, I think when I signed in I provided it. If not I can send my email.

Ruly

I can’t watch it!

jack6Zhang

What a cute plump teacher!!! You’re very nice!!1

pangcu007

Thank you,Ronnie.

aabetin

Thank you Ronnie ! Great teacher !!
Is there a video where I could find the différences in pronunciation between: weigh, way …eigh …ay
Thank you for the attention.

geraldbergeron

Thanks Ms Ronnie

Abdul Qayum

Hello Ronnie, thank you so much for your interesting lessons, I watch your videos everday, they help me so much improving my English.
I don’t know exactly how can we pronounce the contractions words like “I’ll, we’ll, there’s, I’ve, I’d…” Can you please give me some guides about this question? Thank you so much :)

sodium

thank you bbe :)

bishoy

u knw wat rounnie…i lv ur teaching style…keep goin…:)

sag2117

very usefull for everyone thanks Ronnie.

Himel

Thank you, Ronnie. The lesson is very helpful.

lovemj4life

Ronnie, what’s the other thing that grows if you give a kiss?? hehehe!!!

william10love

Hello,Firstly,Thank you very much,Ronnie,I am a english beginner , I have a confusion about ‘groove’ .The word groove as you said means ‘dance’, but in the dictionary of our country it means ‘cannelure’.they are very different from each other.so could you explain it.Thanks again.

WangHongxiao

    Okay, so “groove” has several meanings! In slang, it means “dance”. But “groove” (noun) is also the word for a long, narrow dent — like on a vinyl record or a cut in a piece of wood. “Cannelure” is a technical term for the groove around a bullet, and it’s unlikely to be used by anyone who doesn’t know a lot about guns!

    engVid Moderator

*-* thanks. We Brazilians don’t have this problem I think haha. You are a great teacher.

YumiArantes

Hi, Ronnie! Thanks for your lessons! :)
Now I’m living in Canada- Alberta. I regret that I’m not living in Toronto:( do you have English courses in Toronto or May be in other cities?
Also I have problem with my pronunciation, can you recommend book, or courses? It’s a really big problem for me. I see word, I know its meaning , but I can’t tell it because I know that I tell word with mistake:(

Ianina

how about the “V” and “three” ?
I don’t know why the people don’t understand me when I saying “V”.

hayden1997

Hi, I’m from Poland. I don’t think that Polish people find V and W pronunciation difficult. It is pretty clear for us :)

reganm

:)

Hum236

Italian guys has the same sound with: UO-mo, UO-vo = “W”

AliceInMadWorld

Ronnie, you are so funny.
Thanks for your class

brunocriado

First I’ve find out that these sounds are a problem for me, when I tried to say “vowel”. That was tricky) Thanks, Ronnie, for your amazing lessons and especially for this one)

nadin-granada

thank you for the lesson,spanish is my native language, so it is not hard to me see the differences between v and w :)

Erick10

thank you. i like your character very much.

hinahoney

Ronnie’s lesson is lovely

Nizamjg12

very funny lesson haha. Thank you very much <3

thehung0624

Interesting lesson, Ronnie. It’s a good example of your concern with students from different countries and cultures. For brazilians – portuguese speaking people – there is no problem with V and W pronunciation. For us it’s more problematic the pronunciation of words ending in -ed, topic that was already (well) explained by your colleague Adam in a specific lesson. Many thanks to EngVid Team!

Luiz Alberto

Thank you for lesson.

opaerick

I got a lot of sense from this video. Thank you Teacher Ronnie.

Boke Boke

Wawww , thank you so much

arterycza

Thank you miss is.

Wafita

Teacher,it’s so difficul for me to pronounc v and w
I love you Ronnie

lotte.jolene

thanks

Abdullah yousuf seman

Hi Ronnie Can you make a lesson for marks that shown you where the main stress of the word is?
and how could I pronounce it?

remaana

Hi thank you for your lessons
can you make a lesson for sh sound ?please I need it.

remaana

thnk u ronnie

hpdtc

I love you

rachedi

Hiii Ronnie You are really a awsome teacher.. i have a request please make a lesson on words in which there is a combination of letter s and sh or both will be s or both will be sh sound.. like a word social here is a sound of s and sh as well how to pronounce it correctly….

Suvandhiman

Ronnie, how I must pronounce letter was in words who, whose, please explain me. Thank you in advance.

olya98

I love this teacher!!!!!

blair zhao

Thank you so much!

Edward Nguyen

Ronnie, where is the quiz , i get active after watching you /… wwwwwwwwoo

ibrahim

Ronnie , Thank you so much.

Kerley

THANKS

sanazsobhani

It was useful, and very important lesson.

Thanks Ronnie.

Qtr Net

Thank you so much :)

NoroPhd

I love your style, it’s really amazing good to catch every idea… excellent teaching methodology

etoxqui

Many thanks for you

airofficer

Hi Ronnie! Thank you for your emotions, they really help to comprehence English.

aynur1984

Wonderful lesson. You’re the best. Love yours.

Alex Smith

thanksgiving Ronnie my wish the God give you the health

HassanMohamed@mail.ru

Thank you so much. This video is very useful.

TK-G

Hmm … I wasn’t paying attention and didn’t notice such differences earlier. Thanks Ronnie!

Upichka

I love this teacher!

amir.moh

thanks Ronnie

ann ann

thanks

fady 99

Can you do a video on r,w,l? I have trouble with raw, war, wall, roar, rare, rear, where, wear, ware, reel, real, wheel, rail, wail.

jbgra

I really love this. thank you ronnie

battuta

good lesson

hussien2015

This helps me significantly! Thank you!

shyap1

Great lesson!Thanks!

Vivimi

Ronnie, I really love your class. You’re so funny!

SCORREIAS

Ronnie thank you so much, you make it easy, I loved it.

Marta Lopez

thank you a lot!!

Nguyen Van Hau

love you our beloved ronnie thank you you are a stunning teacher >>thanks to engvid stuff

Amira mahmoud

Thank you. The lesson is really helpful.

holly123

I’m really enjoy your lesson, Ronnie! Thanks!

EkaterinaSitnikova

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

Thank you for this good lesson, you’re very good and funny teacher.

Klaus Atipo

You are the best teacher, Ronny!

Haitam Kadiri1.

Thank you Ronnie you are my best teacher ever in english!

Bah Abdurahim

Vivid presentation from a wonderful teacher. Thanka a lot, Ronnie!

kenshanmugam
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