119 COMMENTS

wow Ronnie you are incredible teacher and I love all your lessons. you explain lessons by easy way that everybody can understand and to watch and learning your lessons is so much fun. thank you very much to you I wish you all the best

Yusuf

    I agree with you Windows95 she has a unique teaching style.

    Dear Ronnie this was a great lesson on pronunciation.

    It is important to make the distinction between voiced and voiceless sounds from the very outset in English courses. This would help a lot students to overcome pronunciation problems.

    However, no one can deny that there is a natural tendency to pronounce English sounds using our mother tongue’s phonetic system. That is why it is diffucult -I believe- to sound like a native English speaker.

    Quoting a pronunciation teacher “Pronunciation is like underwear, it is the last piece of clothe that you take off”.

    I would add to this quoting “… but in the end you may take it off”.

    Have a great day Ronnie!!!

    Regino

      inspirational quote!! :) thanks for sharing.
      cheers
      abhi

      abhishek1995

    I agree yusuf she was nice teacher. For me as a beginner here, giving an lecture in a simple way will help me to learn a lot
    Anyone want to train more in english lets train together by skype.
    Heres my account giovanni.marcelino1
    Thank you ronnie

    bluegio16

Nice lession Ronnie, thanks. Hope you would’nt mind performing a lession for pronunciation of symbols(like æɹ, iə, )? When searching a meaning of words into dictionary, it’s little difficult to spell it out. Hope everyone learner having this problem.

karthickkumar

Nice video, you are my favorite English professor, I would like to ask you about what do you recommend to improve the speech, also If you can make a video with exercises for intermediate and advanced learners with this objective.

theroyalrook

Thanks ronnie :)

kulet_1010

Good morning. I would like to explain like lake look lock lick please. You are gorgeous. Many thanks

khalidse10

put and but

khalidse10

Thank you)) Very Useful lesson!!

Muslim(Salyaf)

“kiss” and “beaver”…good and cute explanation. I should practice ^^; Thank you, Ronnie :)

Happy04

We portuguese have in our vocabulary manny words which begins with P, F, V and B, and we use them exactly as you in English. Thank’s for the lesson.

Jorge Pedroso

we like

PRAKASH

Dear Ronnie
Why do you subtitle your lessons ? Now I must hide the text ! I think I can’t perfect my English if I read what you say. Kind regards xxx

vilainpetitcrapaud

I am glad with your lesson. here in Brazil we have this pronunciation with these words too. Thank you.

fabiolee2007

Ronnie, i like your pronunciation lessons, they are very useful. Could you please make a lesson about pronunciation of such words like: crawl, prone, dough, plough etc.?

Tinve

Thank you. It help me so much

Louisthach

nice vidiou how to learing step by step

abdullawardakaf

Ronnie, Thank you for your lessons, it’s very usefulness for me because I have not time for study English in the English training centers, I hope that I can improve my English skill and I congratulate to Engvid staffs have more healthy, happy and succesful to bring more excelent lessons to the English learners

VN KHANH

Thank you miss Ronie :):)

YasTon

You Are A Good Teacher Thank A lot :-*

Waleed GaMal

i m new plz tell me how i will start…..and start from where…..

Nazmul2014

This is good forum english learning.

Ahmadzai27

Dear Ronnie this was a great lesson on pronunciation.

It is important to make the distinction between voiced and voiceless sounds from the very outset in English courses.
This would help a lot students to overcome pronunciation problems.

However, no one can deny that there is a natural tendency to pronounce English sounds using our mother tongue’s phonetic system. That is why it is diffucult -I believe- to sound like a native English speaker.

Quoting a pronunciation teacher “Pronunciation is like underwear, it is the last piece of clothe that you take off”.

I would add to this quoting “… but in the end you may take it off”.

Have a great day Ronnie!!!

Regino

Thanks is very easy understand this lesson

Vanessa melecio

thank you great lesson

hpdtc

Very good lesson!

audrysilva

Ronnie my sincerest gratitude for your pedagogical skills!

zanatoz

pretty lesson. Thanks

bbl20756

nice

rajeshpavasi

Thank you a lot we have gained a lot

Al-braa

Hello Ronnie you are my best teacher I LOVE GO HEAD THANK YOU BUT I HAVE A question about if i can learn english and french in the same time and how can i think as english not to think in arabic and translation

berah oussama

Hi Ronnie, Great job, Thanks

dalycong

Thank you Ronnie

nena1

hi Ronnie
I love your lesson so much, it funny and easy to remember thank you , you make the lesson so exciting

raghad55

Excellent!!

roramas

I think you are good teacher than other.i watch all you tube video you are Good pronouncesion.

Ahmedmujibur

Thank you Ronnie

mohamed abdulla

very best teacher cos very easy to understand this lesson

ivonne riwu

Olá, Ronnie voçê ainda continua fazendo sucesso com os seus videos muito explicativos. Tks

Adilson Roberto Dias

Hello Ronnie! Thank you VERY much for your tremendous lessons. I go nuts about your style and sense of humour, it’s terrific. Wishing you the best!!!

Olga K.

Thanks alot Roone!

serwus

the pronunciations of the P, B, F and V are very similar to spanish.

this lesson is more for no spanish speakers, they have problem at to make these sounds

ravano

hey Ronne!! you are the best teacher!!!!

poxse15

thank you ms ronnie.

ragini

Congratulations teacher Ronnie. I’m learning a lot to your class.

Celso Rialli

hi Ronnie
I love your lesson so much, it funny and easy to remember thank you , you make the lesson so exciting

Mariam.Aug

    yes <<< she is a great instructor!

    Heba Zohair

You are a great instructor! I have learned a lot in this lesion. Thank a lot

lovestudying

Thank you very much , you good teacher.

Faisal

Thanks a lot, Ronnie.

Daniel U

You are a great instructor!

Heba Zohair

Thanks a lot, it’s great. I’m funny and I don’t stress. Very well ^^

sewad555

Thanks Ronnie.

Abdul Qayum

Thanks for your time!

Cerebrum

Thanks, Ronnie!

credit2013

thanks, teacher!

bui phuong anh

thanks a lot ronnie !

mohammed z

thanks,Ronnie.
and the f word is very funny~

sukiwen

You are very funny thanks for all your class

rosymar

Thanks Ronnie :)

jayoud

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!

Adrienne Mae

Thanks Ronnie.

LdVsKondrashova

feels proud to have a teacher a expert teacher like you, thanks a lot.

jigsam

very good

hassan7375

thank you so much ronnie…i like your videos…i want to learn english faster..i will have an important exam in 1 mounth…what can i do to learn english fast? :D

yq

hahaha Thank you Ronnei I love your twinkle.

pozitron

I like your lessons. It is very easy to understand.

jeannie

give me your fffork :D

msaraya

i really enjouyed this lesson .. so thank you so much

mohamed Al alwany

Superb web page, lovely, great teachers.
Nevertheless, when I try to teach the difference between voiced and unvoiced sounds I avoid plossive consonants, since you can’t pronounce them similarly without adding a vowel sound. (Saying that “b” you are actually pronouncing “be”, and the vowel turns all sounds into voiced ones). I prefer fricative sounds, i.e. letter “s”. Spanish students find easy to practice voiced and unvoiced “s”, … at least at the beginnig of a word: zoo /zu:/ and Sue /su:/.
Sorry for my presumption and thanks for your help with my clases, my students love you all.

Kalos

kalos

like this one! really funny! I love your teaching style! you make me laugh!
thank you…

serah.farron

Thank you. You are so funny

Ta Thu Trang

wow i never realized the diffrence between the b and v in spanish there is not

mrgameandchaos

So much fun with teacher Ronnie. Thank you ! ^_^

Sundayl3lossom

Thank you teacher Ronnie.

djmanny

Hi Ronnie, First of all thank you for all your wonderful lessons its helping alot to us and you are an incredible teacher. It would be really helpful to me if you can make a video on how to pronounce this words eg: Hair-heir, Scale-scalp, fox-faux etc. please help me so that we can know how to pronounce them properly.

Tnx

sapsees

Thanks a lot for all off my beloved tutors. :)

Aprido Silalahi

Thanks a lot for all of my beloved tutors. :)

Aprido Silalahi

Thank you so much miss Ronie ,

1990-alf

thank you

arashkhorshidi

Nice lesson) Tnanks, Ronnie)))

Anastassia

Ta-ta for now

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Great lesson Ronnie! Spanish speakers don´t have this problem ´cause we have these sounds. Anyway I love the way you teach, you are my best teacher.

huguiten18

Thanks Ronnie

shakir maoosh

Thanks Ronnie
The way you explain the things is quite awesome

hamidzia

Thanks a lot Ronnie this lesson is awesome! You’re an amazing techer.

Briceno9

Ronne, thank tou for the lesson. I like the way you teach.

zitha

It is a interesting lesson.

unclew

And the quiz?

Yak1

she’s the best ….i swear

Ramzi4778

Thank you. I am glad I found and watched one of your videos of how to say P,B .
I would appreciate it if you could make a video on how to say number six (6) which is hard for me to pronounce and I believe other people will benefit.

Sahraalasow

Nice lesson

aiman azaiz

Nice ….. Thanx.

ujjwal kumar

that’s very good

NoroPhd

thank you ronnie you’re my fav teacher

JAYTTDJV

Good lesion,thank you Ms. Ronnie.

Nayu

Thanks for the great lesson

jcsouza

Hi Ronnie thanks for the lesson now I say P, F, B, V better

skullduggery

Thanks Ronnie.

wael ibrahem

I’m not sure, but did you say “Korean speakers” at the last minute?
If i did hear corretly, i can say it is ture that the sounds like ‘f’ and ‘p’ are always hard to Korean like me. (Cause there are no sound like ‘f’ in Korea) And also that’s why i listen to this lecture.
Anyway i like your lectrue! It’s really helpful. Thanks, Ronnie♡!

Joanne Kim

excellent lesson ronnie, you are special the truth!!!

pupaventura

Good job.
Thanks.

werawan

thank you ronnie

ann ann

Hello ronnie can you make a video explains the difference between (((whatever,whatsoever,whoever,whosoever,however,howsoever,whichever))it’s a little bit confusing thanks

Haider alawi

Ronnie, you make me laugh to tears! I adore your lessons and your way of teaching! You’re marvelous!

Teodora Zinovieva

this is very useful lesson ronnie thank you

nourhan abdelfatah

thank you alot, love you

Nguyen Van Hau

Ronnie is good!!!!👍🏻

Cimerio

Thank you:))

NorikoR

THANK YOU MY teacher

adelsalama

wow Ronnie you are incredible teacher and I love all your lessons. you explain lessons by easy way that everybody can understand and to watch and learning your lessons is so much fun. thank you very much to you I wish you all the best

younes aboulfadl

Thanks a lot for all English lessons.

hesham5990

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you.

dreamk7x

Excellent ..! congrats..! very useful

MarcosVenezuela

hi Ronnie
I love your lesson so much, it funny and easy to remember thank you , you make the lesson so exciting

Bah Abdurahim

Hello Ronnie,
you have the best way of teaching! You make me undertand better, thans a lot and God bless you!

But don’t eat pork

Bah Abdurahim

Ronnie, thanks for all! You’re fantastic!!

ThamyrisDias
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