Tin them. This is the way Canadians and many Americans pronounce this letter. There are
hard Tsounds and
soft Tsounds. There are Ts that sound like Ds, and there are Ts that sound like a stopped sound. So many Ts! Don’t worry, though, because after watching this lesson, you will be an expert.
Thank you Ronnie ma’am for this wonderful lesson.
Question no-6 was a bit tricky but I got it and this kind of questions are seeking our more interest towards the lesson….
In IELTS listening sections sometimes speakers sound got mixed or may be due to their fast speaking habit, we assume a different accent and miss the original words…..ma’am if it’s possible then please do give us some tips or may be a lesson on that…..!!
Thank you ma’am
Thank you team engVid
Bonjour Ronnie !please i need to know that this lesson is academic to teach in schools ? thanks a lot.
nice class teacher
Thank you, Ronnie….!!
Thanks my great teacher
i have got 10/10 thank Ronnie! you teached about pronouciation very clearly and easily for understand
I love your classes. You are an amazing teacher. Thanks for helping us so much. I really appreciated.
thanks a lot, Ronnie
The important lesson that I need to lear , in my opinion.
thanks a lot Ronnie like your accent
Thanks Roro but you don’t clarify what is the hard T and what is the soft T?
Wow, I’m a beginner and I did not know that. Thank you for the lesson. Superb.
You’re my favourite teacher. I learned a lot from you.
(T)hankyou Maaaaam :)
There is an exception to the rules:
fertile | ˈfərdl |
fertility | fərˈtɪlədi |
Ronnie you’re such a cool teacher. I had a good laugh at the Mat the goat part!
This is mental as the saying goes!!
very interesting pronunciation lesson!
Thanks for lesson
Thanks a lot mrs Ronnie! ❤️
Thank you very much Ronnie for the interesting lesson. You are an awesome teacher.
All these words are pronounced in American style? Because in British English, can say “fəˈɡɒtn” (forgotten), ɪntəˈnæʃnəl (international) prɪntər,etc?
Nice teaching mam Ronnie, Thanks I got 7 out 10 questions in a quiz
thank you very much Ronnie.
Thanks so much a great lesson. Well, just a comment, I was told, that T sound was (r) eg: ability= abiliry, universiry. So, now I am some kind confused. but I learned something new. anyway was a good lesson. Gees! too much learning in a language. The reason why I am in this website because, it is because I want strength up my writing skills. Thanks Ronnie I got 8 of 10.
Hi teacher Ronnie I am new here,i do know how to start. I can’t speak fluent in English it’s hard for me.help pls
Hope u can read may message. I always watching you in YouTube but some i couldn’t understand..i need to learn in English…
Bonjour Ronnie it was really nice listen for me. i get to know new thing thanks
Like your lesson ! ?
Dear Ronnie as always noone explains so simple so easy like you you re the best and we like most when you chuckle during the class…… anyway…. many greetings from Surco
Ronnie has a lovely manner to give a lesson. Thanks, Ronnie.
Thank you so much teacher Ronnie :)
thank you for teaching, Ronnie
That helped alot, thanks!
hey!.. Nice class Ronnie. Thank’s
And how to pronounce the word “What”. Like a “wha'”
It’s correct in casual English?
Hi, excellent class, could learned much things and realized some doubt.. thank..
Funny & Great teacher ?
thank you very much Ms.Ronnie
really amazing lesson i was confusing when i hear a movie but i think i’ll not after your lesson
Thanks a lot Ronnie!
It’s great! I like the video!
Love your classes, Ronnie.
As always, I learned a lot.
Now everything make sense. When my Irish teacher told me about American pronunciation and the word Internet I thought it was a silly joke. Now that I know the rule about how to pronunce T after N everything is clear.
Through your lesson, I have improved pronounce of ‘t’.
Thank very much.
Thanks l got 100
I got 7 i must rewatch the lesson again
Thank you Ronnie for your effort
thank you , now everything makes sense.
I got 100/100 .you are the best.
How to say Liberty?
Thanks a lot, teacher Ronnie. I love your classes.
Thank you so much Ronnie.
Very useful, easy to learn them. But I’m still confusing with some words which in one of 4 cases you point out that.
1. – forgotten : tt’re sanwiched between o & e . Why they not become dd. Also same for written. I know here you said they are in group 3 (“in” – silent t and take out vowel sound)
2. The word education : t between a and i. But we never hear it’s pronounced without t or t become D. In this case just sound like “shin” for tion.
3. When we know we should make silent t and when is not? I found some words have silent t which is completely out of your 4 rules. (Christmas, hasten, fasten, whistle, moisten, listen.. all these with silent t) are they irregular words that we have to learn by heart or is there rule for it?
Please response my questions. I appreciate for your time. Always find interesting and fun in all of your videos. Thank you so much Ronnie.
You have a good one! Stay safe!
Really tricky if I’m not put attention, Thank you.
Ronnie, the pronouncing is very hard…oh my god.
Thank you so much !I have one question how do you pronunce this word attack ?
Thank you so much !I have one question how do you pronunce this word attack ? The t is between 2 voyelles. Is the t prononce d in this case?
thank a lot, Ronnie, hugs (Kazakhstan o2 Dec2o21:)
7/10! Ok! I’m not a native speaker!
Well, this is my first lesson, and I’m so satisfied.But one thing I couldn’t do is how to download the course.
Anyway, thank you Ronnie.
good explanation ronnie, although I’m a little confused cause was listening native speaker from England
good explanation and thank you ronnie!!!, although I’m a little confused cause was listening native speaker from England