brunchis a combination of “breakfast” and “lunch”, and it means a meal that combines both breakfast and lunch foods. In this lesson, I will teach you many common word mash-ups that native English speakers use, such as
sexting, and more. Many of these words are so common that they are almost considered standard English vocabulary, so it is important to know them. You can even create your own word mash-ups, and maybe they will become popular! At the end of the lesson, test your knowledge by doing the quiz, and don’t forget to submit your own ideas for new word mash-ups in the comments section!
can we say ‘sismance’?
Strangely, no. We really should be able to.
I think you are as unhappy as me in these days ! Everything in this site changes in a bad way and you don’t mind!
What does Chang in a bad way?
Mostly I know you and the others by the photo . They are being changed all the time !! I don’t know the reason ! Do you know? This problem is not new .
Hmmmm. I don’t know too.
When I watched your video, I thought that word, BREXİT
British and Exit
Thank you for your lesson.
It happens as well with GREXIT
Greece and Exit
Britain (not british) + EXIT
Can you see that
“British” and “exit” …It’s right .
I´m a KNOPFAN (Knopfer fan) and a very good STUENG (Student of English).
Hope to see you again soon ;)
Sismance = Sister + Romance
Police + officer = Policer
Wow, what a cool challenge you appointed Ronnie. It was an interesting lesson, thank you.
Hey there guys. How are you going to combine words????? What new slangs will you make???
What about RUPER??? I mixed rude and person together. I don’t know wether it’s good or not.
Hi. it’s ok !
hey guys,dont combine everything with everything,making up new words is fine,but inventing nonsense is not!
You are right. But it’s only for fun !
This word-inventing can’t be stopped! :P
Yes, it is an egg-dance!
I’ve been thinking all night long. But could hardly imagine the only mash-up: petman – an animal lover, domestic animals- pets.
Good teacher makes his students be attentive at lessons, but the great one encourages them to study hours afterwards.
So did Ronnie. Thank you.
it seems that you are always afraid of rudE words.why?
Excuse me SKIKDA. I couldn’t understand your words. Could you please explain it clearer??? I mean why do you think so??? If you enlighten me, I will answer you. Thanks.
ronnie you are’slanowledgebale’ teacher it means a person knwolegebale about slang, it’s just a word i create i would ask engVid to webcast this ginormous creactive word in this webtiquette site. ha ha ha just a joke.
What an iInteresting lesson ! I try to make new slangs like them !
you just could say happy and funny and it will be ‘YOU ARE HANNY SOEI ” literally it’s not corect but in pronounce it’s right. bye
Really ?! I didn’t know .
Soei, do you speak Turkish too?
Yes, but not your Turkish !
:) ok! I love your culture very much!
what do you mean by not his Turkish?
Yes she’s right.
In Iran we have many people who speak Turkish . But it is different from the Turkish language which is spoken in Turky . In some caces they are similar.
What a weird lesson :=) But funny.
Could anybody sugest me where can I find subscrib my e-mail for a new episod of EngVid.
Thanks in advance.
Hi Ronnie, congratulations, it was a great lesson like always :D I created some new slangs in english :D
gayting = gay + dating :D
drinksting = drinking + tasting…)
and the last one maybe pussialist = pussy + specialist :D a guy who knows a lot about this thing xD
How did it go ? :D
It’s not as intersting as I told . After I saw the movie ,I changed my idea . First I said my idea only based on the questions.
Really??? How interesting!!!!?
Dear Soei. Do you mind if I ask a question? I’m so curious to know where you teach.In which institute do you teach? In your profile you mention you’re from Tehran, that’s why I ask. (But if you like,answer. There’s no necessity.)
I teach in a high school in Tehran.
that’s great .
Hi. What is great? ? Being a teacher or teaching in Tehran ?
I know you asked amirrezaee, but I answer too. In my opinion both of them are great.
Being a teacher ….and you write very nice &smart
That’s kind of you.
Well, it was a easy lesson with only thirteen words though some of them are a little weird for someone who doesn’t listen them before. Other Mash-ups examples may be, “frankenwords”, “guesstimate”, “webinar”, among others. Thanks a lot, teacher Ronnie, a very funny lesson.
It’s a gorgeous lesson. Love this stuff a lot.
even studying risk management and Crisis Management can’t help you be safe of shart!
I think like you …..I live in your city too…I live around shohada square ..
Thanks Ronnie. This is a very good lesson. Even the test was easy I got 10. Slang words are very important for the learners because natives use them more often when they are speaking. Please continue to teach us more slang words and also reduced words. Thanks.
I am in Somalia so when UN send peace keeping forces to my country the media reports say “armysom” kkkkkkk
great lesson thanks :)
sorry, İ meant,
It’s funny. I will use it in my conversations.
I’m affraid this year again I’m goiind o chillax on my staycation(((
It will be really great when I can mash up English words as easy as the Russian ones.
First of all i wanna give u thank and at the same time i really appreciated you for your nice lesson that i had ever seen . Really apprecitable job you have done.
I was wondering yoi if you provide this type of lesson once again.
Thank you so much.
thank you Ronnie…you are really fun…I like you
Thank you Ronnie..
thank you My Ronnie (i use My Ronnie to indicate that it is a pleasure to listen to you)
Very interesting lesson Ronnie, thanks!
Very interesting lesson, Ronnie. In my opinion, it is very useful to all “engarners” to learn slang. Thank you so much. “ENGARNER” is my word mash-up, it means “ENGLISH LEARNER”.
thank you for lesson
Hallow teacher. Another interesting video!. I don’t want to be a rude person but I’m not sure if it worth to learn slangs and use them in a conversation with my friend; I mean, I can’t see myself trying saying thing like “What’s up Bro!” or something like that. I think a lot of people use them and it’s fine, however, in my case, I just want to know what they mean but I wouldn’t like to use them because possibly an Englishman might feel offended if I try to imitate his language.
I love you because you great thanks.
great lesson ! well done :)
Very well lesson thanks Ronnie
Thanks Ronnie for the lecture…
Fantastic lesson even if out of the ordinary,at least for now
that is great but iam afraid that i doonot understand the other’s mash up
Hi Ronnie ! I’ve seen the lesson and I’m sorry but I don’t like these words. ( Though it must be very usefull for everyday live. Never mind, you’re one of the Best teacher in EngVid.com
Ronnie, please tell me in which school do you tech ESL in Toronto? I am new to Toronto, I am starting my job next week and I need classes for pronunciation and speaking :) I would be very grateful if you recommend me your or any other good school :)
Another great lesson by this funny and beautiful lady!Thanks Ronnie!
My Mash-Up word suggestion is “Learnvid” = Learn+engvid (great choice to learn english as well)
poorzy, it means poor and dizzy because of poor someone feels dizzy :D
fantastic + fabulous I would say fantabulous!!!
great lesson and you are so funny .. iam new here but u really make me like your lessons
Ronnie you`re awesome! thanks a lot!
I`ve one!! Ronnius!! Ronnie + genius ; )
I love u ronnie.you’r best teacher ever.i saw all of your videos on youtub.thank u ????
Ronnie, you are a ginormous actress and im follow…to infinity and beyond.
Very nice ?
Love and passion
hi Ronnie,I’m from India . you’re doing really great
do some phrasal verbs ,plzz
Thanks a lot! I heard “brunch” in Eric Andre show and after your lesson all became clear :)
kkkkk very funny and useful topic. I love that! Thanks, Ronnie!
It was fun and useful. Thank you!
Love Your Video!
Very Nice lesson Thanks
it is so funny.with a agood presentation by ronnie. vurp vomit +burp..kkkk
thanks a lot of
You are one of the best teachers! You are funny and very nice (can’t we say “Funce”?) Just kidding :)
not very intresting
LOVE your vedio!!!!
funny lesson. love your unusual subjects.
crazy lesson=)),thx Ronnie.
Thanks for your video. Before watching your video I only knew Brunch but now I now some more vocabulary.
I got 9 of 10
funny! I’m Learning a lot!
Thanks a lot, Ms. Ronnie. You’re such a “coolsis” – Cool sister.
I couldt understand of “Which When While Where When What” when this are all apearing in middle sentence please tell me
Mail ID is email@example.com
hahahahaha you are amazing how can you burp at the time you want :D
make video about restaurant in Canada and US they have to pay tips other countries different teach us how to deal with that and how much we should pay depends on what
I love all the videos. Thanks a lot. I love this site. I follow it for a long time, I’d say for years. Keep on being like this. It is fantastic!!
I love the way you teach any lesson.
TV Serial season 1 episode 11 used bromance
funny lesson! thank you Ronnie…
like your characters in lessons
Thank you Ronnie for such an obspicuously gremendous lesson !
Thank you, Ronnie
Hi guys how are you?:)
Ronnie, I don’t understand about the word staycation
Can you tell me more about the word???
When you are on vacation, but don’t make a trip. Just stay home. Then you staycation.
Yo are very funny and lovely teacher.
I love your classes! It’s very funny!
The funniest lesson, kk. Congrats. You are greatcher (great teacher)!
Thank you, Ronnie! What about awkwarrasing to smash up the words awkward and embarrassing?
I’m Hookaher (means that I love hookah) and I’m also Engpeaker since I speak English very well :)
Thank you, Ronnie I like I’m happy because I got 10 out of 10.
teacher please would you make a video to speak english fast .
i am 11 years and i am in C2 level in english.
i love you soo much !!!!!!
thanks i got 100
thanks a lot,Ronnie,hugs (Kazakhstan o3 Dec2o21:)
10/10! Suderful! Super wonderful! I make one for myself. Ok, forget about it! I like this lesson. Combined word is interesting and make sense.