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536 COMMENTS

ha ha ha! Great video! Something teachers never teach. Thanks for doing it for all of us! It’s a very useful lesson and very useful vocab!

Melissa

    U right dear,our teacher never tought us these things,itz funny but knowledgeable

    simran96

      its knowledgeable

      misswow

        It is pretty funny.I like your teaching
        I live in Thailand ,Thank you

        Ket

      Hey there how are you its Aman, would like to add you on my skype and id is aman7en.

      aman7en

      Hey Simaran
      mind talkin on Skype or something for better pronunciation?
      i just asked as we lives in asian countries

      Stan28

      Thanks Ronnie for this lesson..

      Stan28

    that is awesome video

    helmy mohamad

queef?? first time I heard it..

penawar1503

    Also known as the pussy fart.

    Bruges

its very interesting and fun

marifel

Hi Ronnie, useful and funny lesson.btw in america when somebody sneeze we say to him/her:
bless you!!.Thank you so much Ronnie.

florentino

Wow, How creative English slang is! We have no Russian equivalents for “queef” and “shart” at all.

Mikhail Rodin

    that’s truth. u just use a lot of words to describe that))

    Tanya

    well I think we have. I’ve always called it “пукнуть с подливкой”:D

    mikukano

burb or BURP?

maira

    burp

    galia

cool lesson…. specialy with the words queef and shart… it something I would´ve never found anywhere….. congratulation…

fernand207

hi Ms.Ronnie … like florentino said when somebody sneeze we say to him/her:
bless you!! >> in Islamic countries
thank you so much ms .. i love your lesson

nazei

very nice, Ronnie u really teach english. u r so funny, greeting from Mexico. so long babe.

Efrain

i wanna to know what meaning of queef and shart

sara22

    Watch the video!

    Ronnie

      hell….u r very good techer!!!!!!!!!!!
      السلام عليكم
      انت اروع معلمة اتمنى ان اتواصل مع دروس التي تعطينها لاني بحاجة ماسة لها…لا مانع عندي ان اتلقى محاضرات مقابل نقود.

      noori

      How can I contact Ronnie?

      welcomenalla

    Sara22, I think she explained the meaning in the lesson. Try to listen again carefully. Thanks

    pegasus

    just watch a video and you will understand, dude

    nguyen1112

    i was confusing with the meaning of ” queef ” but i have checked youtube so that i knew what is queef exactlly hhh , it is only for women, frankly it is a first time in my whole life that i know that a woman make that nose from her vagina hhhh

    aneer

    simply queef is a pussy fart
    shart is a mix of fart and shit

    mhmd john

thanks u r a real teacher really u help me to know a new word thanks

best

Well Done… useful lesson

Sat

thanks ms.ronnie

algarbka

looooooooooooooooooool

You acted and sounded perfectly when describing

moejay

The funnest video i’ve seen. it’s very useful. thank u so much,Ronnie

jonywish

Very important… and funny!

marcos76br

G8 thing we knew b4 but ur way of teaching is G8

lalu

really u r supper teacher
u have different way in teaching u have a magic like harry potter but dont worry im nt foldmoort
thanx alot for ur work

basem

sry i don’t enjoy histrionic behavior but it is a useful lesson. thx 4 that

Yuppi

Very funny and remenber: You can fart but not shart ;)

Cadam

I learned 10 new words.Thank u teacher

prakash

hello i wonder if is Burp or burb???
thank you for the class appreciate.

eliane

    burp

    Ronnie

      just for you to know … in spanish shart is know as a fart with a gift or a fart with a present lol … thnks for your lesson ronnie

      Lacedemon84

Wow! In Russian we have no special words for ‘queef’ =) Crazy stuff! THX!!!

12melany12

    I think in Russian it’s like чавкать. I use this meaning.

    crazymammy

      In Russian чавкать means to champ…as far as I know))) But… may be applied to this sound as well, I think)))

      AnnetteMel

      EWW!!! That’s disgusting! I hope you understood correctly what ‘queef’ means in eng!!!! ‘Чавкать’??? Seriously? That’s not what it means!

      Anika

        I don’t speak Russian, but according to Google Translate “Чавкать” is “slurp”, which is definitely not the same thing as “queef”.

        engVid Moderator

          Чавкать – To produce loud, smacking sounds with lips and tongue while eating.

          Egghead

    Как это слово будет по-русски?

    yankhonskiy

cool thank you very much

marwaaiman

please,could you Explain queef again because i do not understand it; thank you

marwaaiman

    Queef = air from the vagina.

    Ronnie

      thanks teacher relly i like your lesson and i hope to spake whithe u

      asa9000

      Thanks Ronnie for the excelent video…

      geochemist

¡I had a lot of fun with this lesson! Thaks

Joaquín

Respect!!!It was breathtaking and fascinating))) Lots of fun, really…The way Ronnie imitated the embarassing sounds was fantastic!

Sherlock Holmes

ronnie you are so fantastic, i love all your lesson

yuliana cataño tobon

Thanks a lot teacher RONNIE we really need these words in every hour of every day
have a great day
bye

Mohammad Haj Hassan

what is the mean of queef ???i don’t understand .you were talk fast on this.

Shayma EL.

    Queef is air from the vagina.

    Ronnie

    hi shayma ur lady &dont know what that????how can man will know???!!!

    noori

Uncalled for.

Mayela

    I call you!

    Ronnie

      can u call me too>>>>or say 2

      noori

it is excellent class, very good job.
Congratulation Ronnie. You are a amazing teacher. I also dont understand about “QUEEF”.
I smiled very much..

TONY FNDES

Thank you very much. These words are very useful for every day actions.

Ganaa

that’s amazingggggggg. Give us more lesson like that. I really loved. I have been lived in the USA for almost 4 years and sometimes i can not follow the young guys talking, they used to much slangs. Please, i need more. Thanks

REY

It’s really funny and imformative. Thank you Ronnie:)

do yong Kim

wow, that’s really funny and imformative, thank you, MS.Ronnie. :) And you’re funny, haha.

do yong Kim

IN THE QUIZ I GOT 1 OUT OF 6

ummsami

Nice .. SBD hahaha thanks a lot Ronnie :D

Omar

Querida Ronnie,
simplesmente a aula mais divertida que já assisti. Os sons que você fez foi muito mais perfeito que os da própria natureza, e feitas com tanta desenvoltura que me deixou completamente relaxado ao invés de embaraçado. Parabéns, a sua didática é muito divertida, com sonoplastia, com espirituosidade. Amei.
Mil beijos.

carlos alberto ogawa

    em português?

    Sally S

      Oh Gosh!
      I´m Brazilian but I can’t respond in Portuguese. Portuguese is for another country. It’s in vain my dear.

      Marcio de Moraes

very nice video of teaching

channa22

    It wasn’t nice but informative. hahahaha

    abbas123

It’s been very helpful. Thank you.

Rana : )

which one is correct to say if I’ve been doing this contantly: I’m hiccupping or I have a hiccup or none of them? XOXOXO

Ítalo

    I am hiccuping! Or I have the hiccups!

    Ronnie

      present tense
      I/you/we/they
      hiccup
      he/she/it
      hiccups
      present participle / hiccupping
      past tense / hiccupped
      past participle / hiccupped
      ref. Macmillan dictionary?!!!

      Aransem

I didn’t know women had this.. queef LOL
Does it smell?

Ítalo

    ahhahah I hope not that would be nasty!

    Ronnie

      can you give me your email Ronnie?

      faisalcintau

Hi Ronnie,
This lesson is very funny because YOU are so funny ! Thank for that. There are some words that teachers so much polite don’t teach but however, they are useful !

Kitty

what a great lesson, thank you Ronni so much for the funny and very important lesson.

Eman

what a great lesson, thank you Ronni so much for the funny and very important lesson.in fact you are the best.

Eman

HI Ronnie, how are you ?, thank you for this lesson, you are great, and your spirit, in each lesson, is indescribable.
THANK YOU.

anwwf

Ronnie, you’re really good at teaching!
I laughed a lot watching the video. You taught us these rude words, respectably.
Congratulations!

Cristina

that’s good. but all slang word is not covered in this video. so………?

bhimspy007

Hi, I’m very happy that known you.

Chheang noch bopha

Hi Ronnie
its helpful we are new ,or its our first day,
regards

khwazak

no one teach this in classroom! very knowledgeable!

hamad2001

That was a very good introduction to this subject. Hope that even more is to come:-)

weirdo

hi ronnie thank you so much for your all lessons ilike all your lessons really good teather\ bless god to you and your family

yagoub

It’s perfect. This vocabulary doesn’t learn into the school. This is real english. Congratulations

Rodrigo

you are so good teacher i like your still and i feel that i will improve my English with you p;z i need to know how can i pronounce p and b thank you :)

Hatem

Thanks Ronnie for this exciting lesson I like it very much.Keep up.

Mayce

This is a very important thing. We most of the times pay no heed to this which results in a very embarrassing. i suggest that this must be tought to the children especially the women. i liked it

Tehreem Fatima

I think EngVid is the only website where you can find English lessons like this one!!! I can’t even imagine my former teachers doing a such lesson!!!

milly

Thank you very much, GOOD teaching with FINEST visualization

snkubasad

u r really very good teacher. if u are in UK I want to meet u and want to bcome your student……….highly thanks to you for this act of kindness, as such like lesson

Naveed

You are an amazing teacher, can easily being understood :)

nerminyossef

hi ronnie how r u.have nice job.i like your expression and your teaching method.i am fully understand your topics.don,t mind what is your age and tell me your teacher experiences.

kashif

thank you so much for this lesson :DD

duangdahdah

@Italo you cracked me up with your kestion!
tahnk’s Ronnie this video was funny!!! Queef is the most embarassing thing! LOL

Sofia

it was a wonderful moment sitting back and learning so much

DonKollins

New words which we experience daily but don’t know how to translate to english now I know it.hehehe and there’s a word “yawn” have brothers but not for others

pallis

PREPARE TO DIE i’m going to queef lol honestly

xewax

Very good!

sunni

    Hi sunni.
    I m also a bigning student, you should try to make a lot of sentaces. If you dont mind so pleas leave your comments on my profile.
    Thank you

    arshad84

it’s really good after 6 years in here first time i hear proppebley like tht thanks :}

araz

That’s great!!Good lesson and very funny!!!

Marcelo (Grilo)

hi there Ronnie ur doing a great job !.can you plz explain the use of too and to in a sentence. for example : she’s too busy to eat.
2nd i want to know the use of so..that for example :its so easy that even a child can do it . or i was so busy that i couldnt go with you.

i need to know the difference between these two uses.. plz help me out to understand it and if you already have a video for it plz let me know as i am not able to find it here. ill be greatful

sabee

    Too we use to talk about excess or more then you need…… It is negative. “It is too hot”(it is hotter then I need). Too= very negative.
    So is like saying because. Because I was busy, I couldn’t go with you!

    Ronnie

      thank you Ronnie.. rest is clear now except for one confusion that i have that is if im saying: i was too busy to meet you and if i say: i was so busy that i couldnt meet you( is it like saying im sorry i didnt meet you). so what difference would you pick from these 2 sentences would too in the first sentence refer to something negative? as if i meant to say ” so what i didnt meet you ,i was busy my work was more important! itll be kind of you if you explain this or if you can please make a video for it that would be great.

      sabee

        I was too busy to meet you implies ” so what I didn’t meet you, I was busy with my work and it was more important.
        And, you are correct…..I was so busy that I couldn’t meet you ( is it like saying I’m sorry I didn’t meet you)

        Ronnie

          Thanks alot Ronnie! its clear now :) I appreciate your help!
          keep up the great work.

          sabee

it is very fantastice

srkml34

wow i like your way

mema

thank you rani i like this your teaching class

shyam krishna bata

    sorry i make mistake your name
    not a RANI Ronnie

    shyam krishna bata

:))))))))))))
I’ve never enjoyed a lesson so much :)
tx a lot

Benare

That’s was amazing and hopeful, thanks Ronnie, I wish there was more such lessons like this one.

ladyremarque

well done nice and funny lesson

dev

Ronnie, you are awesome teacher! :) thank you, and greeting from Bosnia&Herzegovina :)

Reik

thank you so much nobody will teach me this lesson
I liked the way you given us the information.
; )

foz12

OMGGGGG!!!! it’s the funniest lesson I ever had!!!! THANKS!!!! ppprrrffffff (ops excuse me?! I just farted) lol

yenicub

Ronnie, maybe because you are British the word is burp (with a p) not burb. You are simply wrong. Great stuff here, i’m trying to check up on my English and saw this and picked it out of curiousity.

beecee151

thanks Ronnie

rasha

thank you ronnie is very interisting

sase1978

thaks is very interesting lesson

sase1978

hi .. could u teach more about slang word …
just update it more ,,, thx

yong

wow! that’s fantabulous! That was what i was looking for.
thanks a millions for such brilliant information!

faisalsultan

Thank you Teacher……………
No one can teach us in class room about these words specialy “Queef” and “Shart”. this is too much creative lesson.

arshad84

You should call me tto I really would appreciate your voice. Can I pass my cel phone??

CREBIO AVILA

Ahaha…the funniest lesson ever! Thank you for such a great time, Ronnie! :)

jane344

my language is not good but when i saw Ronnie do these actv i understand what are meaning these word thank you you make this languag to easy

ryadhassan77

awesome!!!!!!!!!

ganganatha

very intersting lesson , many thanks

saprena

Hi Ronnie!!! I’ m a brazilian and try to learn English by the School colled British!! It’s a tradicional school. So theses expression i dont learn there!! i thoungh cool!!! See will othres videos!! Kisses!!

João Batista

Very interesting and impressive lesson, thank you, Ronnie

davidph2010

no bad smells come out of your mouth HOPEHULLY…
:D I am going to die laughing !!!!!

Malgosia

Are all people in Canada that funny?
I am gonna change my citizenship :D

Malgosia

I like the way of your teaching.Its very very
interesting.Keep it up.Thank you very much.

avril

hi Ms Ronnie i am still confuse the word “queef”.
can you give me example about queef? thanks
but, when can i use a “EXCUSE YOU”.
AND different between “EXCUSE YOU” and “EXCUSE ME”
you are teacher make a lesson extincting.

kellytran

Miss: Ronnie I appreciate your teaching method, because I am also working in a education Department in Pakistan, so I like your teaching methodology which is really fine. I suggest that I a long lessons can be teaches, (if possible) it would be a significant for all the learners. I hope that you and your team will considered my suggestions thanks

Nazakat Hussain

very funny …thank you teacher

thilanmaduranga22

Hi,I am interested in you, I am learning english but I would like to know in what school you teach? THKs

Manuel

Hi, Roonie!
I fell for ur lessons started with this one. Those words attracted me, I confess)

I find the most exciting lessons those about prononciation and “art of conversation”.

Well, I have an idea about one of the next topics, I think lots of people will find this attractive too. “Tricks” that can be used to make ur speech more emotional. I mean smth like special words or special constructions (for ex. I _do_ adore Roonie’s video’s).

Thanks a lot for your work, you do a great-great-great job (and I do hope it will be mooore you videos for advanced students) :)

elusive

Hello,Ronnie
This classes was very interesting for me to learn a new word,i like your the way of teaching.
Thanks Ronnie.May u live long.

samuelsam

It’s an interesting lesson!!! You are a great teacher. Greetings.

Betty

AWESOME !!!! That’s the first time I learn these things from someone !!! You never know when or where you’re gonna use this vocabulary !! As you said, these things happen frequently !!! all the best to you teacher and have a nice week !!!

brcaio

it was a very funny lesson, I liked it

raheem

it was so funny i shart!! Just kidding haha

yunah

Great lesson,thanks

JOSE VALERIO

Hi
Thanks it was a good lessen

Mr.Ali

hi teacher thanks for your lessons

hayyambey

u are really good Ronnie, thanks :)

giumka

Fantastic, you should work with Stand Up Comedy. Thanks for the lessons.
You’re ecxelente. Obrigado(Thanks)

Wagner

Hi Ronnie .
What is the major difference between fart , stink , and can you explain any other environmental waste that can be a harm to some ones daily routine Plz .

Andrew Gabriel

    Fart is the sound that comes out of your bum (noun and verb). Stink is an adjective — it means smells bad.

    Ronnie

U’r teaching was very funny..!!!!!!

BaaZ

thankssss ronni

sara86

we often get dificulty in slang words, but this vidio made it possible to learn modern slang words I realy apriciate it thnx

Basharat Hussain

hehehe,,,,,i’m very happy when i see u,,teaching
thanks ronnie,i love your lesson….

iyank

thhhhhhanks alot
it is a new vocab for me
and i want to now more slang

ameera

hello teacher Ronnie.
It is the best lesson I have never seen befor.
Thank you for the lesson . I leaned it immediately.

fatimah

hehehe very very great lesson i never heard before // thanks very much teacher.. really u dont let us to ask ant question hahah coz u r so so easy speaker english to understand.. thank u again really i love ur lesson

hawmand

Hi Ronnie
Once again . you might remember that I inquired you the same question before as i AM going to tell you that how can i improve my listening skills as it has become a headache for me to understand carefully so plz kindly help me in this matter with some different ideas and thoughts . Bye

Rawail

thank you this lesson is super Comedy
And useful

BaNDaR

hahaha It was very funny! I think I won´t forget those words… You´re a great teacher! I love the way you teach!

Sally S

hi teacher thank you so mouch for this teach ….your st

jawid

Nice and really koooool teaching. thx alot.this knowlwdge never gets from book.

wakeelahmedchanna23

Thankyou so much you are too funny and as the same time youbeat the target i appreciate your ways of teaching.

melekot7

Thanks for this lesson. by the way it is first time I know there is air comes out from vagina.

Shimaa

Hi Ronie, I don’t understand the word “queef” only for woman “air from mouth voman?
and for the sneeze usualy we are use bless you?

Albert

    Queef is only from women ….air from a woman’s vagina.
    yes, when you sneeze, some people say “bless you”.

    Ronnie

      Ronnie, I think that guys who ask a lot about the meaning of QUEEF it’s because they are too youngs.
      Don’t worry guys, some day you’ll understand.

      ;)

      Naty

Hi Ronnie,
Your lessons are so good.I have known lots of interesting things.
Thank you,
Yulia

yurana

Ronnie. you’re a great teacher. Lv all your lesson

widi

There is one more bodily noise — Snore. You should have covered that too.

Ravi

You are the best! your course is so interesting and useful! Thanks a lot for your efforts.

Guest

Hi Ronnie..this is sanju form india..i just want know about the word “queef”..what is actual meaning of this word..plese give a reply.Thanks.

sanju

    queef = air from vagina

    Ronnie

There is one more bodily noise — Snore. You should have covered that too

Ravi

hi ronnie..good job…its so funny and intresting.and ur way of teaching is good and easy 2 understand…

vaishnavi

YOUR COURSE IS SO INTERESTING.I NEVER FORGET THE WORDS.I’VE ENYOYED THE CLASS.BYE

yuli

Hi Ronnie
This lesson was very useful and funny.
You are a great teacher.
Thanks a lot
Hossein from Halifax Canada

Hossein-p

jjaajaajajajajjaja
vey fan!!!!!!!
I love you!!!!!!!!

sotovictor

Hi, Ronnie

I really had a lot of fun with this lesson. Thanks so much for the new words!!!

Paula Amaral

Very nice class!
Hiccup is very similiar to sob, but we sob when we’re crying, right?

Bianca

    Yes, sob is when we cry. However, hiccup has nothing to do with it…hiccup is a diaphragm spasm.

    Ronnie

mam,
nice presentation.i understood 2 more new vocabulary

bijunurse1

Thank u so much! U r the perfect teacher.

mdaditya

OMG What an amazing lesson!

KEEP GOING RONNIE “YOU THE BEST”

Any lessons about haircut!

Thank you so much!

bob85

u r nice. good plan to tich pepol

yousef

hi Ronnie i don’t know how will I thank you for the very important lesson . As you have said and as we all know are natuaral but also embarrassing but today I know all of them and I will not forget this lesson and I thank again. keep it up!

fatjeo

hi Rronni thank <3

hanody

hi ithink no one can teach this lesson like you

thank you iwatt to fart now

ahmed

We are as muslims say after sneesing (thanx gad)in arabic ( Al hamdullah) thanx roony for thees words some of thim are relly new for me =)

Walaa

hello plz reply me teacher :(

raki

i don`t when i should slangs?and i should have american partner what should i do?

Mohammad

hello,ms.ronnie.nice vid. can u make more vids on slang?thanks:-)

culaznguy

thank you

delina

hi teacher if you sneeze you should say
bless you why the answer is nathing

delina

    I don’t know – You could say thank you!!!

    Ronnie

    Hi,
    When u sneeze,someone else should say u:”bless u” not u(u’rself),
    u should say nothing.
    Hope I could help!
    GOOOODLUCK!

    fatiima

      No, you can say bless me!!!

      Ronnie

HI , Ronnie
I dot’t get about meaning of Shart
could u explain it again and How is it difference from fart ?
Thx

shong

    Fart is only the noise and smell – Shart is when there is poo/shit that comes you when you fart and is left in your underware!

    Ronnie

      hi ronnie i dunno if you’ve paid attention but u’ve made an orthographic mistake and it may misleads other learners ,it’s underwear not underware.keep it up

      samadhi

Funny, as guys (or at least some of them) have no idea what queefing is. Great lesson by the way. Knew all the words but was curious how somebody would teach and explain them :D

meeshah

    relly we dont know abt queefs

    simran96

oh my goodness hahahahah how is awsem is to learn thoes things.
thanks a lot Ronnie I acctually like your way in the explination

however, I have small queastion do the women usually queef?

jaffar2011

    I don’t know the statistics on queefing! Sorry!

    Ronnie

I heard,that we get hiccup when some1 really remembers us!

simran96

    Cool – what country is that from?

    Ronnie

      If you have the hiccups it means that someone think about you. It is in Poland, where else? I don’t know.
      Thanks Ronnie, I’ve understood everythink, you are a great teacher, that was so funny. thanks a lot :)

      ela

        In Russia also.

        Eugene

      Hey dear,I am from pakistan,I heard it when sum1 remebers us from heart,then we get hiccups,and we say hiccup as HICHKI in urdu,,

      simran96

        Yes, Simran but actually it’s not true these all things are just our imaginations.

        Denzil

          hmm,yup,i also think like this,i just also dont belive in all that,but as i knew abt it,so i shared it wid ronnie

          simran96

          We use this explanaion in Russia as well

          AnnetteMel

        In Pakistan we say hiccup in urdu “hitch key”.

        Hope now we can better pronounce it.

        Thanks

        Kashif

      In Russia if you have a hiccup it means that somebody is remembering you or talking about you at the moment, and if you guess who is that, if you think about the right person – you stop hiccuping :D haha sometimes it works..

      hahababe

        in Egypt also we do that

        Mostafa

      yeah..that be believe in my country, too. I come from Vietnam – the Southeast Asia country!!

      Ronnie

      India & Pakistan.

      abhinesh.bachchan

    you are right Simran, we Pakistanis think of as someone is remembering during hiccups

    abbas123

    it’s not true just an old saying. In Pakistan peoples usually think that while hiccups someone is thinking or remembers you but there is no scientific proof of this concept.

    abishah

    Agree with Ms. Simran96 My grand parents told me the same

    ksvishwajeet

what is queef?not getting it

simran96

Hey Ronnie,

Again thanks for an other wunderfull lesson!!
A question:
In The Netherlands we see ‘gezondheid’ after sneezing.
When you sneeze I see ‘gezondheid’ to you. ‘Gezondheid’ means ‘health’ from ‘I wish you a good health.
What are they saying in English countries? Or don’t the people say something?

Bye! Rick

rick1234

    You can say “gazoontight” – I don’t know the exact spelling but I think it is almost exactly the same word!!!
    People also say “bless you”.

    Ronnie

Hello. My comment doesn’t have anything to do with this video. I’m frequently mixed up when it comes to use one of the very similar words but somehow different, e.g use and usage, advertising and advertisement, etc. Please, could you make some lessons that cover this topic? Thanks a lot.

Al

    I will try! I know English is very confusing and we have so many rules and then rules that we don’t use……I suggest a nice big fat dictionary to help you! OR use the internet = vocabulary is all memorization!

    Ronnie

Great and srong teacher!! I thanks you

lala

Hi our fantastic teacher..
Please put these words in sentences.How we use it?

lala

Fantastically embarrassing

alexnap

the two words with asterisks before them are totally new to me
thanks;

Wessam

This is a funniest lesson who i watched. Thank you Ronnie :))) hahaha

jivakattt

Hi and thanks a loy for your amazing lecture.

you have said firting and burbing is … I think it should be …are… please confirm?

Thanks again

Mohammed

it’s very nice,

carmen

    hi ronnie ;) i keep watching your lesson and its very nice;) your excellent teacher , anyway i come form Philippines;) godbless and more power;)
    thank you

    carmen

Greatttttttttttttt I really enjoyed it :)
Best Regards

Katty

What can i do to improve my speaking skill?..please give me some advice.

TREASA JoSe

Excellent teaching. Is there a similar word for fart and the smell coming from it?

lal

Ronnie, you are great!!! I´d never had so much fun learning English… thank you… all the best to you. :)

claudiazavala

Ronnie, I would like to ask u something, but I don’t know where, so, let it be here.

There is a word ‘trot’ and this means firstly a type of horse moving. But also I found a lot of indecent meanings – bad liquid defecating – diarrhoea, vagina, loo etc. How it is possible to extinguish such rude and normal meanings?

Alyona

Thanks a lot. you are a good teacher.

pegasus

Hi Ronnie,
Thanks again for your lesson. they are very important and necessary to know. Esp, like me, most of Asian people don’t like to say “excuse me”, but after watching your video, i have full confidnet to say that..and one thing, there is one technique that, if you have a hiccup, you can pull your tongue for a minute, then the hiccup will disppear!

Thanks again and have a nice day!
Matthew

Shing Mang Tun

    That’s cool! I will try that the next time I have the hiccups!

    Ronnie

hi ronnie
you are a good teacher .you have easy method for explain and you have a strange subjects .the last subject is very stranger .

usama

great! thank you so much teacher Ronnie.

113nlav

Hahahaha really very nice i really enjoyed this lesson. It will be proved fruitful for me.

Thanks Ronnie keep it up, carry on.
GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

Regards,
Denzil

Denzil

good, my first time to come acrose some of the words

joojo

Hey dear Ronnie,
Just loved your style!!! So fun and informative!!! Thanks a million
xoxo

Marina

Hi Ronnie,I like your lessons cuz they’re useful but i have a question I’m arabian & i’m learning English by myself in my country &sometime I ask myself will I master English & understand evrey thing abuot English or my gaol is not resonable. i mean when anyone learn a new language in his country like me could he know every thing about it like the native speaker of that language or he will only be able to communicate well by this language? I hope that my English is understood & sorry for this loooooooooong question

salwa

    You can learn the basics of any language but you will never be able to learn EVERYTHING (slang/idioms/expressions/regional languages) unless you live in an English speaking country.
    If you learn the basics of English, most people will be able to understand YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ronnie

nobody of this idiots understood what means “queef” losers everybody get it the english just written not listening it loser-begginers. I love your lessons Ronie bye.

engstudent

Hi, thanks a lot.
I like your way of doing and your humor. I learned new words and had fun. I am a teacher myself (math) and I will try to imitate a bit your way of teaching because I think is effective.
greetings from Italy

Simone

I once met a girl with a queef!!!I used to love it.

elci

    She had a queef??? Where did she keep it???
    That is great that you loved her queef!!!!

    Ronnie

      do I need to say it???(laughs)

      elci

      I’m laughing my guts out over your reply to elci.

      Monomoon

sooooooooooo funny words.Really,i like ur way in convying the information.thnx Ronnie.

taha90

you are fantastic!!!!(laughs)

elci

hello,can u plzzz give some examples using those words.in conversation how i can use those words.

shaazz

Hi Ronnie, I really enjoyed your lesson. It was so funny, I love it!. Hope contact you soon! I’m from Costa Rica
Best regards!

Fabio

Hi Ronnie,
I’m realy like all of your lessons.
I have a lot of fun to learn English with you,
cause I’m not the youngest student ( 50+ ) LOL
But I have fun to learn English (American English)

Greetings from Germany
Franky

dl9oaw

    I’m glad you are having fun – no matter how young you are!

    Ronnie

Hi,a ? I’ve got dear Ronnie:
“Hi there” means what plz n when we use?!
soooootnx.

fatiima

    It just means “hello”!

    Ronnie

it was so funny thanks..

peyiz

your lesson is very good for us.thank you.

binh nguyen

hello miss ronnie
thank u for the wonderful lesson.I have something to ask u because everytime i burp i say excuse me or sorry.what is the correct word to say after burping? thank u

josephine

    excuse me

    Ronnie

      Ronnie mam, you have explained the embarassing slang words in such a beautifully comical way that i will not find it awkward to teach my students too!thanks!

      suman shenoy

Ronnie mam your class is very interesting and very useful.

samatha

Hi Ronnie, great lesson keep up with the good work!!!

mim86

I LEARNED A LOT OF THINGS IN THIS LESSON..CAN YOU PLEASE NEXT TIME TALK ABOUT ADVERBS AND INVERSION …I STILL GOT DIFFICULTY ON IT..

john cesar

never encountered this word(queef)till i heard it from you Ms. ROn=== thanx

jamela

really interesting thanks a lot.

larbium64

really interesting… :)

glamour346

Thank you for this great lesson .. I like your way of teaching a lot Ronni you so funny, Thank you again

Blue

very interesting course!!! and usefull!!! i know now what i have to do in these situations

aziz

thank you mam.you are teaching very interesting.i found u r website five day ago but it’s very useful website.

raghavendar

thank for the video i enjoyed a lot !!1

bel3

how a funny leson nd vocab thank you my good teacher

classicgirl

Haha, that was a really funny lesson, but very useful too, thanks ;)

rsebik

Hi ronnie your lessons are super cool i am addicted to engvid.com.I have a small query as you have talked about words describing the sounds which are very likely to attract embarrassing situations for the originator. There is one sound i want to ask , what is that sound called when we try to inhale or exhale through our nostrils when we have a cold and nostrils full of snot(i know very disgusting) but i think to anglicize ourselves we need to get our hands dirty by getting into the nitty-gritty of the words!!!

mayanksapra

    Don’t worry I LOVE very disgusting things!
    The word you want to know is “sniffle”. You can say to someone stop sniffling and blow your nose!

    Ronnie

      good anser

      noori

They’re very useful for English teachers whose native languages are others than English. Thanks much, Ronnie.

uthai sattayarak

thanx for learning the meaning of those words.!!!

chat12

Great lesson!! I haven’t heard about the word queef before! Thanks for sharing this, it was interesting and fun at the same time…Greetings from Argentina.

Inés

mam i wanna learn the use of ‘the’.would u teach me

amir

great lesson ronnie…i have a question..how to excause our self when we do some mistakes but we not feel..for exmlple:when we walked on the street we touched other person,who is infront of us,because we are hurry up.further we want to say sorry or excause..how to explaint it to that person?
sorry if you get confused””but i hope you could get what i mean…tank,s

fahri

    I understand what you mean! You can just say sorry! There is no need to explain yourself to that person – they will know why you are saying sorry!

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie
i really enjoy this lesson,before this lesson i just known about burp and cough only but now i known fart,sneeze hiccup,queef shartand and and yawn,thnks God bless you please reply me,,,

imu

Damn it! I just sharted!

Dawg

Hi Ronnie !!!

Just to say that I love your classes… They are really very funny, your lively way of teaching makes your classes unique.Congratulations on you!I would love to know you! wow! I live in Brasil, by the way I have living here since I was born (lol) and one of my dreams , of course because I have just a thousands of them, is to go to the USA and live there for some years to improve my English. I believe in miracles, don’t you? All the best, my darling.

Fernando

    I think you will be able to go and study English! What about in Canada??? I don’t believe in miracles. I believe in DOING.

    Ronnie

      Agree!

      Dear Ronnie, thanks for the lesson!
      By the way, why are there two flags (Canadian and Russian) under your picture?

      yankhonskiy

Wow!!! What a great lesson,I’m really having fun watching this video, now I knew on what to do when I got fart, burp, hiccup, yawn, cough, sneeze and shart.

Thanks Ronnie!

julitz

This is helpfull ! Thanks alot teacher Ronie .
Can you please answer me for this question : What should we say exactly ine this expression “I wish you the best” OR ” I wish for you the best “. thank ya* <3

salimayoubi

    We say “I wish you the best”

    Ronnie

Excellent teacher! Ronnie, sure you are a good actress too! I learnt three words from this video: queef, shart and snot when you sneeze!
Thanks

jafcru12

Thank you very much this lesson is very usefull

Mostafa

I watched your video . It was very funny .you are the best teacher I ever saw and you are very talentful for acting too.I am from Sri lanka and 10 years old.I would like to watch more of your videos.

Oshadi

thanks for lesson, great lesson

bluedream2692

wow! it was very fun! now i knew the meaning of queef..hehee…thank you teacher! God bless you!

benjan4ever

O.M.G. I laughed so hard. This lesson was wonderful. It was so funny.

nicholas21

Ronnie, if you are not actress you have everything to be one, because you’re really very talent my teacher. Here in Chile I have one very funny like you and his classes are spectacular, we have pleasure to be in the classroom.
Explain us when we must use ON, IN, AT for example, and if you have explained that, let me know, ok?

Thanks for you very nice mood.

Bye,
Marcio

Marcio de Moraes

    Hello!
    There is already a video on ON IN AT for you on the site – Just type in ON IN AT in the search part of the site!
    Thanks for watching and commenting!

    Ronnie

      Yeah, I got it later. I did what you have commented and I found the this class. From now on I’ll be always watching the classes, because finally I found what I looking for.
      You’re very good teacher. Don’t stop recording, published many other very interesting videos of you.
      My strong hug to you, Ronnie.

      Bye,
      Marcio

      Marcio

uuuuuuuuuuuu rrrrrrrrrrrr supper teacher

ketas

hehe, great lesson,You are a perfect teacher:)

luke

Hi Ronnie,why if I saw you I can’t stopped laughing hahahah thank you lovely teacher.

AHMAD

hi,i m very bliss that.i have learned those vocabulary words.it was very useful words.i wanna know that,what is the correct way to write in using ING like this farting,burping,hiccuping,yawning,coughing,sneezing,are these words good or not if i wrote wrong please correct this but the ending time i would like to say that this side has given me to much,i have improved a lot thanks,

zartashali

    You can use the verbs with ING ( + to be) if the action is happening NOW…… He is farting!
    Or if the action happened in the the past = He was farting. (was/were + verb+ING)

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, You’r a very very good teacher. I like your method of teaching. You’r so funny. You’ve many talents I think. I’m so happy. Love U Ronnie…

dion

Hello Ronnie!
I really love the ways you presented your lessons. I’ve learned more from you. Actually,I’m a teacher too. But my degree was not involve in English at all. Thank you so much.

kenny

thanks a lot

abdallahmetwally

please could you make us vocabulary series for intermediate students

abdallahmetwally

omg your great and funny :) take care

mohemmad

Wow Ronnie, your video is very funny. I was never comfortable saying these words, not that I am now, but I am more confident about how to pronounce them. You are particularly good in making sounds. Your burp is perfect!!! I loved it!

Lilly

thank you too much for your help

abu_mazen

My dear great teacher, let me thank you for your way of presenting your lesson and the simple easy language you use. I realy think we, as foreign learners need to be aware of such important expressions ( taboo or whatever they are called) i do appreciate if you could claify more on, go pee, damnation, fuck, shit,checky and screw. I hear these terms specialy from those who visit Canada or Britain but unfortunately they don’t know the meaning and when to use or avoid using them.
Immam, from Sudam
immamawad@ yahoo.com
thanks again for your perfect presentation and dynamic method of teaching

immam

    Go pee = urinate.
    damnation we hardly ever use, we usually say “damn” which we use when something bad happens to us and we can’t say shit. Shit is a “bad word” that can be used the same way as damn!
    Fuck has SO MANY meanings – i suggest you look on you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26UA578yQ5g!!!!!!
    Cheeky = British. My Mom always called me cheeky when I talked back to her or joked about something!!! Cheeky means sly, rude, mischievous!!!!
    Screw has a few meanings but in slang it means to have sex!!!!

    Ronnie

buuuuuuaaaahahahahah absolutely lov heeeer !!!!!!

sdoonst

Hi Ronnie,
first of i really would like to thank you very much for your good lessons and i am so suprized that i have not seen one mimics sounds like you you are amazing.
thanks and Regards.

abu_mazen

Ronnie, you are so sensible and funny! It is amazing to learn english with you!
Vane (from Argentina)

Vane

Great work

ibrahim

thanks a lot for these words I definitely learned useful words :)

frank

useful words, thx Ronnie

dalio

i do love it…………thz darling..

win

Hi Ronnie,

Is there any difference ” Participle” and “Present Participle” and ” Past Participle”. I’ve a doubt about “participle” . Can you reply ?

raghu20123

Hi Ronnie,

Let me write a few sentences

1. I have done work today.
2. I had done work last night.
3. I will have done work tomorrow.

Do-Did-Done

Do is Present form of verb
Did is past form of Verb
Done is participle form of verb.

I’ve doubt about “participle” ,Present ,past and future . can we have participle in present ?

Raghuram

Ronnie, thanks a lot for such an exciting lesson! I’ve learnt a lot of new things!

Kate

hahaha i love this videoo its a lot funny :D and usefull

victoryaesmeralda

OHHHH!!!IT WAS FUNNY BUT I HAD LISTENED NEITHER “QUEEF” NOR “SHART” IN MY LIFE!!!NOT EVEN IN ESPANISH!!!

danielaheres

queef ? that my first time i heard it … im a boy and i dont know that can possibly happen on ladys :)

nicole

    There is a first time for everything, young man.

    engVid

Ronnie you are a wonderful teacher !!!!the BEST! love you. i am from India and have studied english literature in college but never come across ANYONE who could explain the meaning of english words and expressions like you do and that includes the embarassing ones too:) Love you Ronnie!

suman shenoy

thank you so much ronnie

ali

very entertaining and interesting. not only this video, I saw some others too. You (Ronnie) are looking like your ancestors could have been celts (welsh). Are there any video about Welsh Language?

In your video
“How to pronounce irregular verbs in English – CAUGHT, BOUGHT, THOUGHT… ”
you wrote “kot” und “tot” for a short and understandable pronounciation form of “caught” und “taught”. In some way funny, the german word for faeces is “kot” and the german word for dead is “tot”.

best wishes

Peter

Peter K.

    HAHAHA That is great “kot” and “tot” – I love it!
    I am for sure Celtic- my family is Scottish!

    Ronnie

heyya..
this video was really interesting..
I just wanted to know tht y do we say I’m in bed n y not I’m on bed???

tanvir

    Good question – I have no idea why except to say that we actually get “in” the bed (between the sheets). On the bed would be just on top of the sheets!

    Ronnie

i love it!

Emerson

oh Ronnie ur so hilarious even talkin’ about shit and snots! =)

anastasiaaa

Thanks

irfan

Howdy Ronnie! Alright girl?

I’ve already heard of other terms to define a few of the words that you mentioned… Such as “burp”, “fart”… And I’d like knowing If they can be used interchangeably… The words are “belch” to “burp” and “blow off” to “fart”… Could you pls explain their use! Just one more thing… Could I say pardon in the place of your “excuse me”! Thanks! Oh, sorry about any slip of the pen I can have commited!!

avantgarde

    “belch” and “burp” are correct.
    I`ve never heard blow off to mean fart, but we have so many words that mean fart. (Cut the cheese, let one rip)
    Yes, you can say pardon me in place of excuse me!

    Ronnie

oops…could I say “pardon me” in the place*…!

avantgarde

I believe “blow off” it’s a british slang but I’m not sure… I’m kinda a self-taught… And I love slangs then I total end up reading lots of them amongst british, canadian and american stuff! “Cut the cheese” sounds funny to me!

Thanks for your explanation… Threw light upon my doubt!

by the way, you’re great!

avantgarde

ronnie can you explaine please about passive for exp he is said that… or he is said to……

thanks

aika

    Passsive = to be + past participle (p.p)
    Present passive = am/is/are + p.p
    past passive = was/were +p.p

    Ronnie

Thank a lot Ronnie ..ur topics very cute actually you are super stars of this web .
if you don’t mind i wanna to know what’s the difference between (because ) and (cause) and when we can used it .

dez3ah

    ‘Cause is a short form of because but we write it cuz. We use this when we speak! Do not write it on a test!
    Cause also means
    Noun:
    A person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or condition.
    Verb:
    Make (something) happen

    Ronnie

thanks ronnie,god bless you,i lived in usa 10 years,i went to all kind of school but i never find a teacher like you,you are really amazin teacher,god bless you and your family

majid from usa

somebody PLEASE help me.. I cant stop laughing ))) wahhahahahaha.. shart.. I’ve never heard this word before. Thank you Ronnie.

Sergei

thx a lot.it doesn’t matter, if the words are slang or something like that,which we don’t use in daily conversation, but what’s the really matters is to gain knowledge and speak as a native speakers, so |I wanna to know many English words.Thank you.u are very good teacher.

ia23

OMG!!! ))) This video is such a great help to understand some slangish words ))) U r awesome!!! ))) Thanks a lot!!!

Maria

Hi! This one was epic (too). I just found queef in an online English-Hungarian dictionary powered by the Computer and Automation Research Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Cool. :)(Now I see what they are doing instead of researching computers… lol).
Keep up the good work gouys! All the best. :)

benegesserit

Hello, Ronnie! Very interesting lesson!
I have a question.
Snoring is another bodily noise. Does it have any synonymic slang word?

alexgaldin92

    Unfortunately not!

    Ronnie

thanks again teacher Ronnie.cool ^-^. whenever I watch your videos, I always have to type everything that u’r saying because i am also discussing them to my students. soooo love ur videos. thanks a lot.

ck1white

you have written wrong spelling
burB—- burP

visu

PLEASE CHANGE THE SPELLING
BURB …..BURP

visu

I get the info from life!

Ronnie

Hello Ronny, you make English very easy, and funny, I spend a good time watching your classes, I wish you never change, many kisses from Barcelona (Spain)your friend Esther

Esther

Great lesson ! thanks alot .

wakeelahmedchanna23

Thank you. This lesson helpes us to improve knowledge about our body))))
Is Ronnie the short form of Veronica?

Anny

    No. It is short for Ronnie!!! But some people named Veronica go by Ronni!

    Ronnie

LOL OMG TMI)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))you are the Best!

antowkadiron

Dear Ronnie,
You’re simply fantastic!
I’ve really enjoyed the lesson. It’s a pleasure to watch your videos. Keep up the good work and thank you so much.

pell

it was funny. thanks a lot) u show good video classes)

java

Thanks for the lesson

shanittech

hahahahaha, thanks! I didn’t know there was a name for “queef”…

Paula

Thanks for the lesson
i dind’t know that women could queef
very funny!!!!!!

carlosjl90

    OH MY GOD>>>>>>>THAT WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much!!!!

    Ronnie

u r an awesome teacher i have ever seen a teacher like u…..u r more than a teacher very funny lesson

kamry

Congratulatios Ronnie you have done a wonderful lesson again,I’m sure that not many teachers can be explain this kind of words so easy.
Many kisses from Barcelona (Spain)

Esther

Ronnie IT’s funny.and you did it piquantly

Oleg

Hello Ronnie! Alright?

By chance, can you wash my doubt away (actually I meant If you can explain a thing… I’m not sure if I can or not to use that)

well, this my doubt!

Talk to or talk with… What’s the difference?
In my little conception I think that…

When I talk to you = I talk to you and you listen to me
and when I talk with you = I talk to you and you talk to me

Am I correct (right) in my deduce (deduction) by asserting this?

Thanks… !

Israel

    YES! YOU ARE CORRECT!!!! GREAT WORK!!!

    Ronnie

      hello Ronnie, you’re really very funny, i can’t help myself laughing while listening to your explanation of bodily noises. I am already familiar to some but not to queef and shart, shart meaning shit+fart, Lol.Now i know, but how do you call the noise that something choked you even you are not eating something? When this happened here in the Philippines they say someone is thinking or remember you. It is different from coughing. Also i’d like to correct the spelling of your underwear not underware right? ware is use for kitchenware, glassware, chinaware. Also i have heard a Russian say to me bless you after i sneeze, i asked her what it means because we do not use it here in my country and she says.. bless you means be well or be healthy and not to be sicked. Hope this helps everyone with that question. Thank you, i love this lesson.

      emma

O.o My question is available now but It wasn’t replied… Can I understand it as a “turn a blind eye” to my post?

Israel

Lfao… After I posted it your reply turned up just as if by a magic spell… May you delete my last two posts plz?

And thanks a million for your reply… I have all of these words in my head but at times I don’t know how to use them… It’s hard like hell to study by myself…!

Israel

i am fully understand your lesson.way of teaching is good.

zabbas

nice pics ronnie…and you’re good in making a sounds!!! :)

maeangelyn

greetings from mexico, u r very funny and a great teacher,thats why i wacht all ur videos.

jenny

ronnie .one question
queef is with a bad smell and sound
thanls a lot
I appreciate your highly efforts
(y)

nino31

staggering & breathtaking lesson, thank you very much for this great video i really really appreciate your efforts
keep up our boss Ronnie
Regards

dentash

it was so funny and helpful lesson I loved it .

ranaalbalushi

hahahaha, very fun!

americo17

really funny and helpful. thanx a lot

nandy

Dear Ronnie, it’s interesting and funny lesson. Thank you for that.
Especially for the last two words ‘shart’ and ‘queef’.

Ahmed

it is excellent class !

FAVIO

I’ve learned quite a lot, this made me fall about laugh, thank you teacher… (Is well said “to fall about laugh”, I mean to laugh too much?… Oh and in Spanish we don’t have a verb for queef, we use the noun “vagipeo” that would be something like “vagifart” in English).

gabofve

Gr8 video and very funny

P Rai

Thanks Ronnie, you are the best

karem95

you are a Great Teacher Ronnie, thank you so much for the class….

ryan86

hahahha you are the best teacher ever….. i would love to be your friend. ♥ ina

ina

Hi Ronnie thanks for what you are interoducing…but really am looking forwrds to know more slang words,try to help us for that.thank you so much and really i apprecaited that so much.

Imed

Hi Ronnie, it was great! I have one doubt: when you apologize for a bad corporal noise, why do you say “excuse me”, while when you hurt someone (such as walking on the street) you say “sorry”? Thank you very much!

aless1a

    When you hurt someone, you say sorry because it maybe could have been prevented. When you burp/fart, it is uncontrollable!

    Ronnie

Dear Teacher Ronnie,
I learned english and physiology.
Thank you very much.
^^

ba03

This lesson was so funny! thank you Ronnie!

walt

Dear Teacher Ronnie,
I learned English how to grammar and sentence because my English isn’t correct sentence. I’m very tired. I will go back to school and take a class in English grammar teacher. I do it difficult study again. If I need your help me how to explain in English when my assignment. Thank you, pleasure!

Lorenzo

jajajaja that was so hilarious. that was a great lesson, you are very good at teaching. I´d be very greatful if you could help with a lesson about the names and pronunciations of these type of symbols *[{-_?¡””#/();: +> < etc, etc. thank you very much regards from Guatemala, you are the best teacher but dont say this to the others, regards

psydvd

    Sorry, I do not know what those symbols mean! Just look them up online!

    Ronnie

Ronnie, I’m a brazilian english student.
After I watch this video I became your biggest fan. I “love” you now, hahaha. You’re so funny.I laughted a lot and sent this video for two friends.
Bye, bye

rodolfo3324

Let’s fart together, everybody!!!!! hehhahahahaha

rodolfo3324

I´m sorry but I think you computer program is not working properly ´cause I just did the quiz and I got 4/6 when I really did 5/6. check it!

Melisa Juarez

love u and loved that lesson!

rodolfospanish

hı teacher ..ı like all you lesssen
you are best teacher and teach ı learn easy ıf you explaın somethıng…take care god bless you…see you soonnn

KADİR

Ronnie, you’re simply the best!!!! Thanks for such a cognitive piece of information!!!))))

katerynakoziar

You say you´re gonna study spanish and I´ve realised that in every country people say something after sneezing. Here in Spain we say “Jesus” (yes, the name of Jesus Christ), I don´t know why but almost everybody say it, must have a relation with bless you, the words you use. If you come someday to Spain you know now what to say if you sneeze.
Great lessons and the best teacher

josetxu

Hi, Ronnie!
Outstanding lesson and great performance! Was it you who added those pretty pictures of Macaulay Culkin and a frightened girl? Excellent idea!

ivan1

Hi Ronnie i love u and love ur way to teach,

plz Ronnie i want u to explain difference between S.B.D&
S.B.V also i do not know D spelling….have a nice weekend.

salsaturky

    SBV = silent but violent.
    SBD = silent but deadly.

    Ronnie

Ronnie: you are my favorite !. I enjoy yur lessons a lot ! (and besides, I have learned about slang that I haven’t heard before).

rafaelcardenas

Hi Ronnie, i am a working professional. I have been watching the videos upload by your team daily since last one week to improve my English. I must say that you guys are doing a really good job of helping people to improve their communication.
Would it be possible for you / your team to upload a video on the website explaining the difference between if and whether ?
Also would it be possible for you / your team to provide me the list of most common used words in English (with their Past, Present and Future form) ?

sunnygupta

Ronnie you are amazing, I love you pedagogy.
God bless you teacher and thank you very much this videos are very helpful.

Nadia

ha ha ha ha i love you ,thank you a lot ,you ARE AWESOME ¡¡¡¡ good job ¡¡¡¡

pepykaty

ronnie is the best teacher

jasonbem13

thanks teacher!!! very interesting.

mike80

hello Ronnie, I would like to know what the person should say after someone’s sneezing?

Tatev

Your lesson are always interesting !

giamait30

First Thanks for this lesson. it’s really awsome Second, what I noced is that the more you talk about sex or taboos the more we get involved. Third, I’d love to know when do women queef and why?

beladam

Fantastic!!! Really enjoyed! Send the link to my husband for him to finally get the names of what he is constantly doing))))) My favourites are the queef and the shart! Now I know 2 more words! Thank you! You are great!

Ilvochka

Hi,I’m an english student and I’m looking for anyone who want to make conversation in english,to improve it,my id skype sorin75

Sorin

Dear Ronnie!

Thanks for your lesson. Funny and interesting!
Jul

juljul

Hi Ronnie,
I loved the spontaneous way how you gave this lesson.
Only a curiosity: in my culture, if you sneeze, I should say:bless you!

bubulina

Very very funny and useful teacher. In portuguese we don’t have a word that defines queef and shart.
I really enjoy your videos.
How do you say when someone have a bad smell in the mouth?

elisaneg

    That’s called “bad breath”, or sometimes “morning breath” (because your mouth smells bad before you brush your teeth in the morning).

    engVid Moderator

Teacher, another question, which the difference between say “excuse me” and “sorry” when I ask apologize? Are there any difference?

elisaneg

Ronnie!, you are funny. your lessons are usefull and enjoyables.
When someone speak, sing or talk in public and be out of tune…is there a word for that in slang?, in my dictionary i found ‘squawk’, (in México we say ‘gallo’), but how use its?, how to excuse it?

crayong

hey Ronnie u are the best, the expressions u make on the videos are awesome :)

hussein222

A grate lesson! :) thank you!
Long ago i heared one more variation for the word “fart” – loud but harmless. is it also used? )

paperfish

you are excellent.

farmos

I don’t know why, but I always yawn when I see you yawning… it’s funny… there must be an interesting scientific explanation…
You are a very good –and my favorite teacher– by the way!
Hugs!

arhyden

very very fun. thank so much.Hey!! what the smell

thusuong

lolsss…excellent video…congrat!!!

iferreyro

Thanks Ronnie. This lesson really cracks me up. It was soooo funny that I let one out.

gallegos2000

I fart like 20 times a day. jajaja :P

gatito7

Congratulations, Ronnie, you are a great teacher. Your classes are fun, dynamic and very useful for everyday life.
I want to answer what’s the difference between “sorry” and “excuse me”. Thank you very much for your answer

07isabel

hi ronnie hope u are doing well so a have a question
fart and burp …. are regular or irregular verbs
thank you very much

wisdomboy

cảm ơn vì đã cho tôi một bài học hay và bổ ích nhưng vagina là gì???
thanks for your wonderful lesson but what is the vagina????

nguyen1112

The quiz of this lesson is a lot of fun!!
hahahahaha :)
PREPARE TO DIE…..WHAT A COOL EXAMPLES!

Jiyoung

U are great Ronnie , from your courage, thanks. I got 5 correct out of 6.

alpido24

Great lesson!

Edinho

I have no doubt about this lesson. Awesome.

le anh tu

Thank you very much.

bummia

OOhh now I know how it called.It is a queef.OMG I used a lot of words to describe it)Sound from vag.It doesn’t smell.But I feel it.Ahhaha it was a comedy.

Symbat

everytime when i see u , you make me happy u r such agreat, sweet , kind , lovely teacher , keep going xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

amyliza14

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Fart, Burp, Yawn… | What's up?

hello my great teacher! those words you explained i are verb so how we can write them as nouns?

gulahmad

I love your way :)
Crazy teacher <3

ElSayed Mahmoud

Thank you Ronnie

could you make a video about reserve a Ticket for vacation

Shawn

Sometimes I ask myself. Why do people usually laugh when someone fart? That is the question.

tiagojuarez

Hi Ronnie )i got it )thx u a lot))u are the best teacher )

Corinus

thanks ronnie , hayys 5/6 i have 1 mistake hmmm its ok not bad

bheb27

This video may sound funny but very helpful. Thank you very much.

ksvishwajeet

Hi Ronnie,
thanks for your lesson. You are so great.
simply awesome
take care

cep62

thanks for the lesson. I really appreciate it. Very useful.

rodolfo-fds

One of the best videos :D

mary1333

lol…i like your way of teaching,really awesome :D

ahmed-sobhy

my best teacher .. thank you Ronnie :)

MuhamedEllithy

Hi Ronnie mam,
Can you help me that is how can speak easy way. Can you advice to me/masum

kasmasum

Mm… very funny lesson நன்றி….(means “thanks”)

karthik.s

Ronnie,I like you,I love your teaching,thank you EngVid.Thank giga times!

Iamhere.

Ronnie is the best and the funniest teacher ever
thank you

Husam Alselwi

you ‘re my best teacher.. go on
thanks

sasor

please Ronnie, can you present some American slang expression

sasor

hi teacher Ronnei I am one of your students who interestes your lessons so I want you to teach me English ASAP

cumaraani

hi,teacher
I wanna say that plz can u do a lesson on r words like how to pronounce it plz I need ur help.

fatima zainab

Hi. Ronni , how to use : in time .on time .
in the end.on the end

Kurdi1

Thanks a lot! I’m under the table from laughing) It needs courage to teach people such things and it wins my admiration.

Nastromo

You are really the best teacher I ever seen.
Awesome video.

Thank you very much, Ronnie…

WALI5

I was watching this video at work)))) Just imagine :D
Thank you very much, Ronnie!

B.Orkhan

Is there any name for this uncontrollable action in which I feel something in my throat(& it’s not choking)and tears run down my cheeks, it normally last for some minutes and it happens sometimes when I am in an A/C room. There is one more uncontrollable action where after eating if I lie down in my bed, then suddenly some amount of food comes back to my mouth(it happens forcefully in human beings but naturally for cows!). And there is one more where if I try to drink water and for some reason if it goes to wrong pipe and the unbearable experience after that.Tell me if there is any word for these things. I tried searching it but couldn’t find anything, anyways we have words for these things in my own native language.

irinadiplo

Hi Ronnie!
How is it called the noise that we sometimes can
hear in our stomach? Especially when we are hungry…
Thank you!

rooox

thank you ronnie,it was so funny and easy to learn

naveen javari

Thanks Ronnie you are a brave teacher

elsayedshowman

Your teaching drived me crazy. hahaha

After your explanation for the word “fart”, I could stop laughing at 2 am. d^^b

twnicky

i loved the questions was very fun :))

Nusah

I really enjoyed your lesson. Some words were out of my dictionary. Thanks Ronnie!

nobby

thanks ronnie

ganerdene

haha thankyou ronnie, great video!

DhaniF

love it!i laugh so hard)))) more videos like this please=)

Katty.zumba.kz

Hello sur my english not right i am spoken english plz help me sur

zahoorahmedsaryab

thanks ronnie

rezaaaaaaa

please Mrs. Ronnie whats your full name?

Ofori Ewusi Solomon

Ronnie, you are so funny! This lesson as other lessons too was hilarious. I love your way if teaching! Thank you, dear Ronnie!

aynur1984

hii Ronnie,
thanks again for this usefull lesson, in my country, it is always have been said that whenever you had hiccups or start sneezing abruptly, then definately someone is missing you at that moment. latterly, one of my teachers had told me a few years before that whenever you got “hiccups”, just press your thumb with the middle finger of your hand and concerntrate on that force you have aplied on both of your hand thumbs, for 1 minute, and BOOM !!! hiccups are gone! :)
i also have used this trick manytimes when i get hicccups, and it works .

sharnjeet

Great e so funny lesson! I loved it!

Wellington Porto Brito

Great and very funny lesson! I loved it!

Wellington Porto Brito

Thank you teacher for that lesson, it was fun.

yafino

awsome !!!

agatakinsk

These are really good lessons and I liked it very much.

Asel12345

Queef was new to me, the word that is. I’m surprised you did not use another word to describe that action, namely pussy fart.

Bruges

very great lesson thank you very much teacher

H-HAMMOND

thanks alot sweet Ronnie ,ur lesson is really interesting and useful,i really enjoyed it.

abdulelah

thank you teacher it is amazing lesson, but I would like to refer for some of people doesn’t care if makes fart or burp due to it is normal in their countries

Amer.Rayes

Hi ronnie, Is it correct to say I’m burping a lot these days?

Tarik rahmouni

Thanks you so much.

Marta Lopez

67 :(
thanks, Ronnie it was really fun lesson

badass

I thought “poop” is a noun but I was wrong. It’s a verb.
I never heard someone queef…

Astri

    “Poop” is both a noun and a verb! As a noun, it can be both countable and uncountable. E. g.:

    – Would you touch a poop for $20?
    – There’s dog poop all over the yard.

    engVid Moderator

very nice in Brazil Shart says CAGUEI! kkkkkk

lincolnn

Thank you Ronnie. I have never enjoyed a class like this. It was very funny and helpful. You are really great.

idragon10

Thank you Ronnie.

noviandani

Thank you Ronnie for this chapter

immabilli

It’s a fun lesson.Thank you, Ronnie.

Sonny Hsu

PREPARE TO DIE!
A QUEEF IS…MAGICAL

HAHAHAHA

camiloanaya

Thank you Ronie.You are a great teacher.
I like you.I like your way of teaching.

elsayedshowman

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

Very funny lesson. Thank You Ronnie

Sunny Muffin

thanks!

shihai182

Great lesson, I enjoy your classes a lot.

Thanks!

carlsmart

Miss Ronnie,
You gave good knowledge to us.
Thanks for this and it was very interesting.

WAQAX JATT

thanks for this lessons I was enjoyed it…
I’d like to know the name of the sound while a woman having sex…like sexually excitement
respond please!!!

Black509

I really have an entertaining time… it’s always a good time to learn English with queen Ronnie.

Grayz kas

Hi ronnie
Nice lesson
Congratulation you are very assertive.

Ahmad.b

thank you

abayaful

good teacher

al willis

Should you say – excuse me, when you throw up on somebody’s jacket?

Egghead

THE BEST hahahahahaha

RafaCugini
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