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475 COMMENTS

That´s a good lesson to my spoken english. Thanks!

Profile photo of Valldecy Valldecy

    from, india….i like the way you teach people..really appreciated from my end.

    arun

    ronnie you are wonderfull teacher,thanhs a lot specific lessons
    are great,so again thank you…from naples Italy

    armando davide

    Hi Ronnie.I have a question.Please help me.
    I find when the phoning, most everyone say that:”I can speak to…”. In this case, we can say ” I can talk to….”, is it ok?
    Thanks so much.

    Profile photo of Thu Cherry Thu Cherry

    yes, it is a good lesson

    Profile photo of maizprieto2000 maizprieto2000

    well done

    Profile photo of kotoz kotoz

hi, I’d like to put my photo as well, how do I do this? I am a user…

and this lesson was very useful and interesting, these are important points to learn! thanks! Jesus loves you all!

Tiago

    on the top of page there is edit profile.push it.. and upload your photo

    Profile photo of fakhranda fakhranda

      Good day Fakhranda

      Sa

Yeah, I did all sure.
Great video, thanks to all teachers.

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thanks teacher i like the way you teach us and this words are wonderful words anyway i enjoyed this lesson and thanks one more time.

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so good, i like this site.. i hope improve my learning about the english

Profile photo of jjgaleana jjgaleana

I liked the lesson and the teacher. I would like to know about present perfect. Thank you

Marly

congratulations 4 50 lessons lovely, redhead teacher.please made a lesson of off } by the way u r the funnies teacher. take care babe.

Efrain

thanks to ur lessons

aram

Hi Gorgeous Ronnie, I have (2) two confusing word…
please do a lesson if how to correct used of…
LATTER … & LATER… i really really confused that word… thanks..

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

Hey Ronnie,

Could you tell me what is the difference between “Difference and Different” and when we should be used each one.

Looking forward to your reply with me best wishes.

Profile photo of Bob85 Bob85

    i think that we can use the second one- different with noun… for example : different books..but cant use the first one-difference with noun.. for example: no difference

    Profile photo of fakhranda fakhranda

    difference (n)
    different ( adj)

    Don't be Sad

    difference (n)
    different (adj)

    Profile photo of Don't Be Sad Don't Be Sad

Thanks a lot Ronnie,this is the first lesson that I got full score..hehe

Nittaya

Hello Ronnie.
Thank you for giving to us very good lissons.bye take care teacher.

Profile photo of nayeemahmed nayeemahmed

    give someone something
    or give something to someone
    not give to someone something!
    remember!

    Mr.huy

hiRonnie thank you.

antony

Hi.
I want say tanks you so much ,it is second weed i am here .bye

jonas

Nice Lesson Teacher. Thanks

Profile photo of javed78 javed78

Hi Ronnie, very good explanation, but..what about to say?

Thanks a lot for your attention. Blanca.

Blanca Cabrera

I love this lesson. I’ll try to learn some lessons in this website and answer your test next.

Ei Nyein Han

Thanks a lot Ms. Ronnie your lessons are really nice, keep it up!

Narasimulu

Hi Ronnie~ Firstly, thankyou for seeing my comment.I want to know what is the different between’weather’ and ‘climate’.Thankyou for teaching us=]

Bonnie

hi i am from india you all are the best teachers of english you all teach awesome but the main problem of mine is i can learn only hindi to english

Profile photo of mohit singhal mohit singhal

    What do you mean? If you speak Hindi and are trying to learn English, you should try Forward Press magazine. This magazine is published fully in English and in Hindi, so you can compare and learn English: http://www.forwardpress.in/

    Profile photo of engVid engVid

      but i want some tricks to get learn english easily

      mohit

Thanks for the good and teaching lesson. Well done!

Profile photo of hnamatovu3 hnamatovu3

Thank U, I have seen some videos of you guys, and seems to me they’re are very easy to understand and quite funny some times. Thank you again. PD I’m from Costa Rica and I do like a lot to study english, but my work doesn’t let me to do it in a group or a class, so this is very helpfull, I will recomend you for sure! Thanks Again.

mario

wow!!!! I like the Face you just gave me to identify me!!! JAJAJAJAJAAJ

mario

good lesson, thanks…

Sidney

I like it

kamal

Hello Ronnie,
To begin with,frankly i really like your teahing way it’s so nice to make English more easier than others .In addition, you have done a great creation to explain those verbs ,so at the present many people do not care about them and thought all of them are the same but as matter of fact, they are little bit differences,especially for this lesson i got it clearly .For that i’d like to take this a chance to say i am absolutely admiring your style. thank you very much indeed and all the best to you .
Yours a poor student,
“AMEEN”

Ameen

thank alot

tariq

i love u

a3marna

i have not seen a very nice lesson such as this one ,,Thanks

ali

i like it your lesson ronnie

hermank

thank you a lot ronnie .

zaki

Oh, This lesson is very interesting… Sometimes I wonder how much that website has been important to me… I’ve learned many new words … Congratulations, Thanks …

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hello,i really like to watch these uesful videos,your explaination is very vivid.by the way,i am a CHINESE from CHINA,i am very sad that chinese government band the youtube webside in china.it loose a lot of chances for chinese to learn english.what a pity!

KAI HUA

    I’m sorry about that too! We are trying to get our videos onto Youku or Toudu.

    Profile photo of engVid engVid

very hard for me. :(

Alef

thanks ronnie .i will tell about engvid to my friends ok babe lol take care
bye
Uzbekistan-boy
QOBILJON – MILITO

QOBILJON

TANK YOU FOR LESSON AND LIKE VERY TEACHER RONNIE

ayoub

Thank for your lessons. For me they are very nice, and help me improve my English.

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Hi, Ronnie madam, i like you very much becouse you speak very politely. i want to talk to you on skype to improve my communication skill. please help me if you could and i hope you would

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Very good Miss Ronnie nice lesson,easy teaching,and great teacher.

but I like this answar from quistion:-

‘Speak’ and ‘talk’ are:

We have to use ‘speak’ on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and ‘talk’ on Tuesday, Thursday, and weekends.
we have fun here thanks for Engvid.com :D

Profile photo of Gray Wolf Gray Wolf

Hi Ronnie. Can you help me this question?
In my test, choose the closet in meaning to this sentence :”If u had gone to class yesterday, u would understand why the teacher is saying what she is saying at the moment”
A. U were not here yesterday, so u didn’t understand what the teacher is saying

B. U were not here yesterday, so u don’t understand what the tacher is saying

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    Ans is B. Because the situation is present tense.

    Ronnie correct me if i’m wrong.

    Saravanan

    B. U were not here yesterday, so u don’t understand what the tacher is saying

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

your lessons are the best

Raji

Miss ronnie i’ve a request that plz organize a conversation class between two persons so that we can learn from them that how they response to each others questions and what are their expressions
& plz try to teach us the vocabulary more than that of the simple conversation class
coz it’z more important
If u’ve words than automatically u’ll be able to deliver a proper message after making mistakes for few days
& in last ur teaching superbly
i like the way u teach
thanks & regards from pakistan

faheem khan

I’m really happy to found this page.. because now I’m trying to learn English. Its amazing to know people that want to helps other peoples God bless

Glau

Ok it’s great that i have watched learning english by video. But i need teaching english for children at home.
BRs
vannaroith

vannaroith chea

thanks for your lessons, i need your help more , as i am basic.

ronnie

thank you very much ^^

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thanks, your lessons are really helpful

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Hey Ronnie you’re the best teacher !

thrauma

We have to use ‘speak’ on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and ‘talk’ on Tuesday, Thursday, and weekends… : )

Mr.Smart

thanks teacher it’s an amazing lesson , i really understood !

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thank u, It’s very good lesson :)

Don't be Sad

thanks, your for lessons

Profile photo of mohamedomar33 mohamedomar33

thanks so much for the explanation, but I’ve a question, it has no relation with this lesson. which is right, shall we say: “turn the stove on hight” or ” turn the stove on high”. wating for your reply, thanks

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    ” turn the stove on high”.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

      i’d = i had
      or
      i’d = i do

      wich is the correct i looking forward ur reply.

      Profile photo of santhu9243 santhu9243

What has become of the clown?!

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    During the filming of the lesson, Mr. E ate him.

    Profile photo of engVid engVid

      Poor clown! And to think that I believed Mr E was a cool guy! Please tell him to drop beers… he‘s not able to hold drinks…

      Profile photo of milly milly

      Noooo! Mr.E can’t hate someone!!!

      Profile photo of Ste! Ste!

        No Ste! Mr E don’t hate the clown, it’s worst: he has EATEN him!! (to eat, ate, eaten= mangiare!)LET’S DO A PETITION AGAINST CRUELTY!!

        Profile photo of milly milly

          Ohps! I have to study!!! I hope Mr E. enjoyed his clown!!!
          PS Thank you Milly!

          Profile photo of Ste! Ste!

          You’re welcome Ste! But poor clown! No-one has pity on him!

          Profile photo of milly milly

It’s very good lesson, thank u :)

Profile photo of Don't Be Sad Don't Be Sad

what about “SAY”?

mika

hiiiiiiiiiii this is new member for this site and firstly congrats this site and this lesson more helpful for me and i am preparing to GRE pls any one tell me how to develop my vocabulary skills>>>>.

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Hi,ronnie. I would like to ask a question and my question is What is difference between Game and sports?I hope you will reply my question soon.Thank you very much for nice lession.

Raj

    I think that (Game) we play on computer , on Mobile
    but ( sport) we play by our body like volleyball , football , tennis etc

    Profile photo of Don't Be Sad Don't Be Sad

    Game is something you can do for fun and doesn’t have to be physical.
    Sports are usually always physical!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

thank you its very good lesson:)

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hi…ms ronnie can you tell to me what is the different of in and on?

Profile photo of cathrynasabeniano cathrynasabeniano

    In = inside.
    On = on top of.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie, Yesterday I talked to my friend,asked her what other languages she spoken and she told me that she speak Hindi and filipino…pls.tell me if my sentence is correct.thanks and God bless you.

Profile photo of analynnavarette analynnavarette

    Yesterday I talked to my friend,asked her what other languages she spoken and she told me that she speak Hindi and filipino.

    Yesterday I talked to my friend, and I asked her what other languages she spoke and she told me that she speaks Hindi and Philipino

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Pls.help me,i’m confused,which is correct,this past few weeks or these past few weeks?your answer will help me a lot.

Profile photo of analynnavarette analynnavarette

    These past few weeks!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

I have been learning a lot with these video classes…thanks!

Gabriela

thanx alooot <3

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I am Ali from east Africa, Somali.I live in the USA. i have been one of your students for a while and really liked all your lessons.I really believe that you are a experienced teacher, because you speake slowly,clearly, and every one can understand you easily, so thank for that.your last lesson i watched was about speak,talk,and tell. so i was wondering if you can explain the difference between job,work and occupation.Thank for your time teacher.

Ali hassan

    Job and occupation are the same.
    Work = labour.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

u have a great style of teaching…thanks 4 giving such a knowledge…

mehnazshah

Ronnie, I’ve just finished this test and score 92 percents. Do you think that’s enough to take TOEFL test? Thank you in advance

Student

i just wanna know why we have to use somethime “to” instead “with” for exemple:
I’m talking to you. and heard once Make sex to me ? WHY?

Profile photo of danyelok danyelok

    to’ = the simple action (as opposed to remaining silent)
    with’ = an extended conversation.

    don’t know how to make this clearer or more absolute.
    .
    hope it vl help

    Profile photo of simran96 simran96

    “Make sex to me” is wrong!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

      Thanx !!!!

      Daniel

Ronnie thank you and congratulation for 50th lesson!

Profile photo of Ste! Ste!

I do like you method of teaching students …
really .. Amazing..

Profile photo of Ahmed Hasan Ahmed Hasan

great!…thanks ^^

Profile photo of patcha555 patcha555

awesome,thanks =D

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thanks,it was important for me you talk about it, I say this lesson,some tópics are differents.

Profile photo of valde valde

Well!
Thank you for your class..

Kazu

you should have slang lessons for the beginners.
what should be the great instruction for the students to speak fluent english. without stopping .
yes i do believe within you that you all lessons are so great.

jay

very helpful for newcomer
thanks miss

abad

It s awesome. thanks a lot.

nandana

excuse me.where are movies for download???

naser

hey mam you are a very facitious teacher i wana learn more from u

Profile photo of abbasalishah abbasalishah

I love the way you teach! Now it is clear for me! Thanks!

Profile photo of vanessa12 vanessa12

wow…this is a very helpful site im planning on working in a call center and i have to practice my vocabulary and my communication and sentence construction….thanks guys and i hope you post more informative vid…good day..

ronald

Wow…Iwas confuse about this verbs but now I understood very well. Thanks a lot Ronnie. Lily from Brazil

Eliete

How about the difference between tell and say??

kelish

hey Ronnie, you r very great teacher, please give me lecture on tenses.

rizanis

It’s a very good lesson and very useful for me. Thanks!!!

Tatyana

oh , thank you very much teacher !!!

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wht about say !!!!

maryam

    Say – said.
    We usually use “said” when we use reported speech or when we are telling information that someone else has told us! Eg. He said ” I love you”!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

      Hi Ronnie, hi guys..
      ..so is correct if I say: “I’m not really good with the words, so i’ll let this song say by me.” ?

      ..or Should I use “tell” instead “say” or even, “for” instead “by”?

      Thank you!

      Joi

very very good thanks

arta

“We have to use ‘speak’ on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and ‘talk’ on Tuesday, Thursday, and weekends.” hahahahahahahaha OMG!! I laughed a lot, I just imagine the things LOL.

thanks for your lesson Ms. Ronnie and for the good quiz thanks a lot really, I enjoyed your video and it was useful.

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thanks, I learnt the difference between talk and speak.

Profile photo of basarkan13 basarkan13

thank you very much ronnie and saravana

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sometimes i heard the word spoke on telephone ………….i spoke to him yesteday,(is it correct)

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    100% Correct!!!

    Mabatho

Hi, miss ronnie. can you tell me what is the deferent between up and billow

saber

    Up= over or on top.
    Bellow (not billow)= under.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

      Hello, I need help, about, where can I fins the difference between ” past simple” and ” the participle”, I know the translation, but I don´t know when or which do I have do choise.

      Profile photo of alexsarg alexsarg

        Past simple is the verb form we use with simple past.
        The past participle (p.p), we use with past perfect (had + p.p.), present perfect (have/has +p.p), and all forms of passive (to be verb + p.p.)

        Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

really good informative lesson …

sheegi

u teach in an amazing way.. thnx! :)

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you helped me a lot thank you ^^

Manu

This video is fun, especially with the clown. But is for education, because you learn how to use Speak, Talk and Tell.

Andrea114

Good!for me. I really like it.

Meow

Ronnie u r the best teacher.

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Ronnie, I am TELLING you that you SPEAK very well while giving lesson and I will remember these points whenever I will TALK.

Profile photo of sana2700mao sana2700mao

    Great!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

      u r a great teacher.ur method of teaching is veery easy n good.

      khushnood

Hi Teacher Ronnie , thank you for the lesson. It helps me a lot. I got 4/4.

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Hi Ronnie.
It is always more confortable and you may be more focus on a class when you receive those tiny funny comments as it works for braking the ice…Another great class…Thanks a million…

Jesus Enrique Camaran

i know now what are the differences of talk,speak and tell. thank you ms ronnie

krizel mitra

hi ms ronnie may i ask something? what are the differences of would,could,should, and shall. thank you

krizel mitra

thanks a lot of. I could understand about it. you can explain to us about differences other word.

YASIN

Thank you very much Ronnie, you are awesome Teacher, I wanna tell you this : you are awesome teacher, I speak Arabic because I’m Arabian, I will talk for all people , Ronnie the best teacher. thank you very much and I love you cake, and give me more from English. all Jordanian people love you . because you have fun and you teach all of them

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Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

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I loved this information, thanks a lot

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Thanks Ronnie, every time you are so funny with your lessons;)

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thank you for every thing you are the best

ehsan

Thank’s Ronnie. I like your lessons. They are very interesting.

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thankyou Ronnie.

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good lesson with nice bodylanguage…thanks Ronnie :-)

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thanx a lot

varinder

hello ronnie i’ll telling u something you’re good teacher and i spoke to my friends for your lessons and now i’m speak English good good work may allah to help you peace upon you

MsEngy2011

Thank you Ronnie, i got the perfect score! keep up the good work!

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    lolololololol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    shashaboo

Great class!! Thanks a lot!!

debora torelli

I like you teach on vedio.

Judah fish

i have learnt a lot from htis video

javed Akbar

Hi,thanks for this lesson,I will speak English when that happened I will tell you and talk to you.

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Great Lesson, congratulations all teachers :)

Alexandre Silva

this is fun to me but sorry for all the people is not fun foe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

shashaboo

Thank you for your lesson, it is a good form to improve my english language

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great tips. thanks..

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thanks a lot. i have a confusion about that, but now i can use them.

faeq

Thank you for that’s good lesson

ahmed

Liked it ;)

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thnaks Ronnie for more this lesson,congratulations.

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thank you for your intereting lesons mr. ronnie

classicgirl

what is d difference between ” i was forgot to mention ” and ” i had forgotten to mention ” pls clarify …if have done any mistake here pls pls correct it n tell me..Thanx ronnie

kaushal

    i was forgot to mention = wrong.
    i had forgotten to mention = correct. This is past perfect!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Hi Ronnie,

This question has nothing to do with the topic, but I hope you consider it.
Bellow and under are the same. However,you can not use bellow as a preposition of place. Is it correct? When should we use bellow (only text) ? Thank you.

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Hi ma’am ronnie you are awesome and generous teacher that I have been encountered in this universe.you know ronnie I admire you for your being humble and understanding, Thanks a lot ronnie because of you I learn a lot how to speak English…. Ma’am ronnie could you explain to me what’s the difference the words ”’ GAIN” & EARN….
here’s my example
1. I WANT TO EARN MONEY.
2. I WANT TO GAIN MONEY.
what’s the correct answer 1. or 2…..

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

    I WANT TO EARN MONEY is correct.
    Earn means you get something because you worked/laboured for it. I earned $10 at my job.
    Gain means you get something as an addition/addition. I gained 10 pounds.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Thanks for your replied ronnie you’re the best teacher god bless you!

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

Hi,

I find your video very helpful. I am going to manage an English school in North East China and the school is asking me if there are any videos played by young Canadian children that can be used for teaching English to young Chinese students learning English.

If you know of any Canadian publishing or education organization that has published such educational videos played by kids and have some humor content, it will be great if you can inform me. We are willing to license the content for the Chinese market and market it in China and share profits.

Look forward to hear from you soon.

Thanks,

Sam

Sam

hello ronnie how are you doing?
i always confuse between past simple and present perfect i don’t know knew we use past simple and when we use present perfect :)

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    Search on the site for the lesson!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Hello RONNIE?
yOUR VIDEO IS VERY HELPFUL. I ENJOYED LISTENING SLANG AN NATIVE PEOPLE LANGUAGES. IT HELPS ME TO UNDERSTAND MOVIES.
LOOK FORWARD TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON
TAHAR

tissaoui

I love your attitude Ronnie. You are very professional, but your classes are also fun and enjoyable. Thank you for making me to smile, when I learn english.

Jorge

hi! mam! i am still confused about the use of spoken :/ when do we use spoken in the sentence? usage of spoken

kitti11

hi! thanks for your informative lecture, but m still confuse about the usage of “spoken” where i can use spoken? i hope u’ll reply soon! :)

Profile photo of kitti11 kitti11

Hi ma’am ronnie what’e the difference between .. LATER & LATTER.. could you make any sentences regarding this word…

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

I’m realy interested in this program.
Thanks for all teachers.

Chea sokkheng

Thank you for such data ^^

Achoura

wow i’m the best

wilchel

i have a word that i wanted to know its meaning since i began to learn english and it is (FAIR) and (UNFAIR). could you please explane them.

pipoo

    Fair means just or equal.
    Unfair means unjust or not equal.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

thanks for you explanation my dear teacher.

pipoo

Thanks alot for you teacher….s. I don’t speak with bathroom,,,because i’m not a bathroom….xDD.

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hey ronnie you are favorite teacher.Can you just make a video lesson for ” should have, would have ,must have ” using in the sentence?awaiting for you lesson.

russel

    Search on Engvid for these topics – there are already lesson for you!

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

Ronnie, many, many thanks for your lesson, really, I never thought that you made a video for me.

Ricardo

hi Ronnie,
I like very mush this lesson, now i know the difference beteween those words so i can’t make wrong sentences.
Thank you so much.

fatima

hi ronnie..good lesson…!how about “SAY”?could you expln what’s the different between that?when we use that?

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Hi Ronnie,
You are a very wonderful teacher, I like English but I become love it more and more with your lessons
thank you so much

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thank you teacher Ron! I got the difference now..:)Thanks for helping! God bless you!

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Thank you teaching..

rajachandra

I’m learning a lot with your clases, THANK YOU!

Miguel

HI my bessssst teacher,personaly i had a small problem to separate between these 3 verbs,but of course after you amazing and wonderful way of explaining,i have no doubt to use them corectly in the appropriate context! Thank you so much my best teacher!!

MR.smart

Hi I am new user and I am studying my English the best at the moment.So I hope I can get more useful English in this site..thanks

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I have no words to say for this site and for its teachers

Moataz Fawzy

Hi ,
I want to improve my English therefor I want to help from you my friends. Who like to chat please add me. my yahoo messenger ID is “yamuganee@yahoo.com”

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thanks ronnie for your great lesson,,,,

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This website is a very great idea,thank you very much..It was very useful in me, How can i email you?

Thinkerbel

Very Helpful, I learned a lot in here…

claire

Thank you for your help. You are a very perfect teacher.Actually,you are the best site, and the best teachers.

iman

how can i find your all lessons,

niruth

    Click on “Teachers”, then “Ronnie”.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

thank u Ronnie……………

Profile photo of rpandidurai rpandidurai

mam hereafter I will speak English with confident, I will try to talk to you directly and I ll tell every one about engvid.com and you.
Thank you verymuch mam.

vijay chandhar

I like the way you teach

juyon

hi …all r helped full lessons for me….
thnk u vry much….

laavanya

hi Ronnie, could i know the difference between to listen and to hear many thanks

rajaa

Hi Ronnie ,
I think, the another difference between talk and speak is : we speak with someone but we talk to them . not talk with them, right ?

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    NO you can talk with or to someone.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

thank you, you’re wonderful teacher.

erna

Thanks Ronnie, the test was a pise of cake. I enjoy some of your lesson everyday. Thanks a lot . ENGVId.

Jose

    Piece of cake – not pise.

    Profile photo of Ronnie Ronnie

She always talks about Speaking
English.
I told him to visit EngVid, if you want to speak fluent English.
thanks for Lesson RSVP thanks regards

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I told him to visit EngVid, if he wants to speak fluent English.

i think this is ok

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you r a good teacher

shazia

Ronnie, thanks a lot for your lessons! I like them very much and use them to prepare for my school lessons. The best wishes to you! =))) Good luck!

Diana

love you teacher

michelle

Thank you very much T- RONNIE .
” turn the stove on high”.
With you , we need to ” turn the stove on low ” so as to enjoing English language and will make our english have especial test and flavour like toronto citezens , but not like you , because you are especial .
thank you very much .

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i loved your lessons RONNIE
please explane me when and where must i use in,on,at. Thank u very much

famil

thanks a lot. I’m studying english by myself ad it was really helpfull. It’s the First video I see and I’m just sad I didn’t find this site before.

Clara

Hi,Ronnie! Thanks a lot for easy explanation!!!

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What is the difference between “to speak the truth” and “to tell the truth”? My reference book says “to speak the truth” means frankly speaking, while “to tell the truth” is not to tell a lie. Is this correct?

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Hi, Ronnie.
Thank you so much. You are very good teacher, your explanation are very clear and everyone can understand very well.

Juan23

hi i am confused the word typical,some people say its meaning is very common and in dictionary i have found complecated or complex kindly explain its uses in english.thanks

sarwat

    “Typical” means…representative, or fitting in with the way something normally is.

    Let’s say you have a friend who is always late. You’re waiting for him somewhere when he texts to say he’ll be late. You could say, “That’s so typical!”

    Or you might be worried that you have something wrong with you and go to see a doctor. The doctor might tell you that you’re perfectly normal by saying “Don’t worry, that’s typical for people your age.”

    “Complicated” and “complex” both mean “not simple” or “hard to figure out”. But you would use “complicated” when you’re talking about something *difficult* (“It took me an hour to figure out this complicated math problem”, “I don’t like her, but I do want to help her out…it’s complicated”), and “complex” when you’re talking about something made up of a lot of smaller parts. (“We don’t know much about how the human brain works, because it’s so complex”, “The mosque’s ceiling is decorated with a complex pattern of tiles.”)

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    Typical= normal/common.

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thanke teacher ronnie for all lessons

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Perfect !!

Mohanad

hi mis Ronnie
I have a question about the speed of perception and understanding of language, in other words you can master a language other than the mother can be saved and whether all meanings. What are the most successful way
Thanks

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    Yes, I think you can master any language! The best way is to go and live in a country that speaks that language!

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thanks Miss!!!.
But what about word “Say”?

Mohsin Zaman

    Say means speak.

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what about End,Finish and Complete.

Mohsin Zaman

Thanks for your good lesson

Carrie moses

Hi,Ms.Ronnie
At first i wanna thank u for this lesson. really u r great in explanation.it is my first time here.i am hopeful that u can help me in something….i really need your help…i wanna a list of NOUNS THAT CAN TAKE DIFFERENT PREPOSITIONS AND HAVE DIFFERENT MEANING…..i hope u can help me in that issue …thanks for giving me this great chance to identify a wonderful site like this.

selvana

I gonna tell you something,,, this is the best way to improve my english,,,, thanks a lot

Gustavo

Hi,Ms.Ronnie
At first i wanna thank u for this lesson. really u r great in explanation.it is my first time here.i am hopeful that u can help me in something….i really need your help…i wanna a list of VERBS THAT CAN TAKE DIFFERENT PREPOSITIONS AND HAVE DIFFERENT MEANING…..i hope u can help me in that issue …thanks for giving me this great chance to identify a wonderful site like this.

selvana

    Google – list of VERBS THAT CAN TAKE DIFFERENT PREPOSITIONS AND HAVE DIFFERENT MEANING

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i like ronnie classes very very much she is a fun loving person she make english language very easier with her entertaining body language…..she is adorable

ranganath

yah i can’t understand what you talk because i’m learn english now , have 9 months that i live in ireland but is very good to know about you teaching because you have many possibility to teaching thanks ronnie, i know only write, maybe i think lol

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Haai Ronnie
Good day to you / I’m really enjoying your classes , I wish you all the best / would you teach us the difference of “saying ” with talk and tell
Thanks

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    Saying = talking = telling. They are all the same!

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Hi darling!!How are you?While watching this video a question occured to me.Can I say I know English or German or any other language or I should only say I speak this or that language?I mean if you say I speak this language I understand that you are able to speak that language, but it still does not mean you master that language.In Armenian you can say I know this or that language if you master it and have deep knowlege in it or if you are a specialist of that language.

Hripsime

    I think that if you say I know English, it implies that you have a greater understanding of the language than if you say I speak English!

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Hi, Ronnie! Can you explain the difference between cry, weep, whine, pule, whimper and some other similar verbs?

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    Cry is out loud and it makes a lot of noise.
    Weep is like quiet crying.
    Whine = complaining about something in an annoying/child like voice.
    Whimper is a sound that dogs make when they are unhappy.
    Pule – cry weakly or softly.

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thank all teachears

tranphu

Thanks a lot!

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Thank you very much.I like your lessons,i have learned a lot.

simon

I love you Ronnie you are the best teacher really thank you so mush

Reda

thanks teacher Ronnie I like you lessons
Thanksssssssssssssssssssssssss

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Thank you, excellent class!

Jus Prado

Hello Ronnie how are you? I’m Sergio from Italy and I’m new here. Your lessons are very nice and you are very friendly. A question, which is the different between Say and Tell? Thank you

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    Tell we use for a story or to give information. I will tell you something.
    Say = speak. I will say your name!

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Hi, is a good lesson i understand completely, but my scored 3 out of 4 ^_^

Moo

Ronnie you are the best teacher I’ve never met. I’m from Spain (BARCELONA), thanks your explanations every day I can improve my English.
Kisses from Esther

Esther

Miss Ronnie, my name’s Leonardo Vieira, And I am a Brazilian man.
I always wanna learn english lonely, But, just now I believe that I can.
Thank you very much.

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Thank you Ronnie teacher. I really enjoyed and understand the lessons.

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teacher Ronnie What´s the difference between used to and would

Loise

Interesting teaching way!

Nawal

thank you very much md ronie i nidd help

said ouarzazate

hi it helped me a lot THANKS!!!

ale

Hello, Roonie! Please help me to understand when we use end,aim,purpose,goal and objective. What’s the difference?

Najat

    Look up the words on an online English dictionary.

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i am farah somalia

teacher Ronnie What´s the difference between used to and would

dalmar

Hi. Roniee first of all I must say that u r Awesome teacher u know what i love the way of ur teaching. Roniee i must want to tell u that I am from pakistan and u know its hard to be connected via english speaking so I have an one request to me plz teach me about Used to or use to thnaks glad to meet u

Ayan khan

      hi miss ronnie you are the best teacher that i know in my life i love you sooo much miss ,i want to know english miss but it is very difficult for me plz guide me miss i am from afghanistan and i it is my only wish to speak english and i want to meet you miss ronnie i hope that you like me.

      manisha18

Really awesome i like topic nd its ma first time to access this website certainly i got benefit i’ll continue following on it…

Abdul

i want say tanks for all teacher

adil

hi ronnie you are the best ok I LOVE YOU

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I liked the lesson Ronnie, thank you

Jubian

The best teacher I`ve ever seen!!!

Maria

Thank’s a lot! You are awesome as usual :)
Take care

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thanks for your lecture

Munyemana Emmanuel

i want to know the difference of –
go to.
go for.
go.
going to
going for
going

Chitra GAvan

    Look in a dictionary!

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thank you very much for improving a little bit of my english and telling me the diference between some confusing words.

aqsa

thats deadly
i like this way to teach
thanks ranni …

slophaki

Thanku very much for ur interesting lesson.

Tintu mary mathew

‘We have to use ‘speak’ on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and ‘talk’ on Tuesday, Thursday, and weekends.’

Very funny! LOL!

Tony

Thank aloooot^^
I like to study English

HASNAA

Great Lesson! One question… which prepositions do we use with speak and talk : to , about ? what differences are there while using these? Greetings!

Dana

    Talk to = directly. I will talk to you tomorrow.
    Talk about = indirectly/gossip. She talked about me.

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Hi Ronnie…U are my favourite teacher.Please, explain to me about the diference between the other and another.Tq.

Diyah

    Another = one more of the same thing. I’d like another beer.
    Other = a different thing. I like the other beer (not this one). I like the other colour.

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Hi,
do we say “he can talk” or “he can speak” about a baby ?

Merouane

    Both are OK!

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Thanks for this program. I think it ‘s very useful to learners. I am enjoying this website.

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hi!!help me ronnie…tell me if i am wrong…

“I’M NOT GOOD IN SPEAKING ENGLISH”

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PERFECT SCORE!!!

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Ronnie, you are awesome teacher, thx you so much

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me i like ur explanation and your respect too learning teacher thanks contunie your is way roonie

jean

Thank you teacher, for you interesting lesson.

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hi teachers, i really like your web it helps me a lot.. i just want to clarify what is the difference between Touch, Hold, and Contact?

anne

Really, I love the way you’re teaching for us, who wanna to learn English to speak it well and really thanks all our teachers on this site for http://www.EngVid.com….

S

Hi, thanks again for your explanation and for this quiz, i scored 4 to 4, by the way, byeee

Lucylovely

Hi, Ronnie, tell me, please, what is the difference between words PUT and SET? I guess they mean the same, don’t they?

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    Look them up in the dictionary – there are many definitions for each word.

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      hi miss hope ur doing gud i want to say that i understand english when tow persons comunicate with eachother but my problem is that i cant speak i tried alwys and i also i force my self but the result is the same please guide me miss ronnie how can i do it plzzz :'( i am waiting for your reply

      manisha18

      miss ronnie plz reply me :'(

      manisha18

      hi teacher what is the difference between tell and say plzzz

      manisha18

      hi ronnie plz reply me i am too sad because you don’t about me :'(

      manisha18

      i mean you don’t care about me :'(

      manisha18

      for everyone you replied but not for me i am really waiting for your rply but u do not care about me

      manisha18

        i think ronnie already …….:(

        where are you from???

        qaqor

Thanks a lot!!!

Victor

Thanks a lot ronni i learned how to diferent speak,talk ,tell :)

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Thanks Ronnie You are brilliant teacher and very good humor!!

Alex

Thanks Ronnie. You are brilliant teacher and very good a humor!!

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Thnx sweet Ronnie

Abdul Qayum

Many thanks it’s very easy for me to understood from you.
Kind regards

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Awww *-* hello Ronnie, here’s my skype, stbn_00 add meee :D

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Obrigado por me ajudar com meu english
thanks very much!;)

Luciano Ferreira

Obrigado por me ajudar com meu english
thanks for hel me with my english take care dear!;)

Luciano Ferreira

Thanks a lot! Your Video lessons are very helpful for me, ’cause i use them in the process of teaching. they make my own lessons more vivid and interesting!

Eseniia

ur taeching method is really so gud thx

fari

I love how you say the word participle :)

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Thanks Ronnie teacher~!! I like Ronnie teacher (>^_^)/

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I absolutely like this website :)

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i cant believed it i got perfect scores……..thanks ronnie

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Thank you!

Roberto

Thank you very much !!

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i like everyting you give us.
jehovah is happy.

salomon pierre

hi my cute teacher i got 4out of4 in quiz, miss could you plz guide me that how can i get english very well i mean which method is good for the one who can not get something like english language plz reply me miss uuu tc..

manisha17

Thank you so much for the lesson.

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Ronnie, I clearly understood their differences. Thank you!

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hi my dear teacher i hope you are doing good, what is different between say and tell it normally confuse me :( plz reply me i am waiting ……

manisha18

thank you

Anna

thank you . have a nice day ronnie

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I like your accent. Your lesson is very understandable. Thank you! :)

Hieu

hi Ronnie,
do you have any video such as (any,some,much)

qaqor

Hi Ronnie!!! You’re the best English teacher I’ve ever seen. Thank you sweety!!! I’ve already known so many things due to you!!!

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differnce b/w speak and talk…. both are same… we can use talk or speak in any situation?

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Very good.

John

thank you Ronnie…

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Thank you Ronnie

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that’s great video, i like the way teach us. i would like to learn about all of Tense in one video. ms ronnie can you teach me about that??

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hi rony
please I need video about some words make me confuse like how I can say
guy
gay
expect
except
I don’t remember all words
one day I need said guy I said by rustic gay and i was in gig tribal
I need your assistant
thanks

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    Gay rhymes with day.
    Guy rhymes with pie.
    Expect = X-pect
    Except = X-sept

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I really appreciate your English lessons.They are based on real-life situation. Please, how can a non native English speaker speaks without interference of his primary language? It is makes our English sounded foreign.

Lubula John Peter

I really appreciated what you do. Ronnie I love you. You always help me. Thank you so much.

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Thanks a lot ..

I’m witting other exams ^^

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Dear,RONNIE
Hope u do well,Madam
I’m a little bit confused with a question.I hope if,you could help me on.well consider this as an answer of a question ( he is the second child of the family) would u plz make its question form.how can we express the question of this answer?what would that be? by the way this is Mahdi,thanks for the prompt reply by you,
yours faithfully.

mahdi

thanks for your kind information

sathees

Thank you so much for your great job!)))))

katerynakoziar

Love your teaching style Mam,,,,

Ayaz Khan

thank ronnie

eld3

hey roni :
i just text u to thank you for every separate word u taught, u really a wonderful presenter go on Hun <3

shima hossam

That’s a good clear explanation. I finally understood the relation between these verbs. Thanks

alex papa

Thank you.

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Thank you Ronnie it was most helpfully for me I learn many things from your lessons.

Sims

Hello Ronnie,
How are you? Thanks for your lesson. I would like to know Is there any difference between SAY and TELL?

Kumar

Thanks mam,…i like u very much, ur expressions, ur lessons…u r queen of english language…

Richsid

hi ronnie ,
thanks for your lesson , you are the best !!

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hi ronnie ,
can you please tell the difference between tell and ask? some people will use example: i will ask her to call you. we can’t use i will tell her to call you?
thank you

sana

Hej!and Salaam for you Ronnie,
good job
and I wanna tell u that I have a full useful by ur answering the questions
Many thanks for your reply to other to be good for others like me
Sam and Jannat

Jannat

Hi Ronnie,

Good Job !. Your teaching method with the expression will always help me remember the things very easily. Thanks. K.Sundar.

Sundar

Thank you very-very much for the lesson.
I’d like the test to have some tasks for word combinations with these words “talk,tell,speak” (multiple choice, for example).
Thank you!

Dolyl

wow,I’m a monster(((

Dolyl

Thank you Ronnie fro tell me that.

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Hi Ronnie, thank you for the lesson. Can I say: I’d like to speak IN English to emprove my vocabulary? I don’t know haw can I ask someone that I want to speak English with him.
Thank you in advance.

veronica

Hi Ronnie,
How are you today? I found your Chanel in YouTube some days ago and it’s wonderful. Thank you

Is it correct to say : I can speak an English or just I can speak English.

Waiting for your reply.

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Ronnie how about this ?

When we can use ‘correct’ and ‘right’? Are they the same or is there any difference ?

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Hi Ronnie thanks for lessons you are very good teacher

aynur

It’s really excellent that You have clarified my long sstanding doubt.

hari prasad Yaganti

hello!!!! i would like to know when to use “the” in all times

sajeesan

Hi Ronnie, thanks you

Toni

Hi Ronnie! Generally I have learned a lot of words,because all of you explained rules,grammars,and expressions of Canadian, American,and other nationalities in a clearly way. I like this site. Thank you.

Ulya

hio ronnir appriciate for the way you are teaching us

kimo

Thank you .

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very easy. thank you Ronnie

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Ronnie, Please, do you have some lesson to use – Myself-yourself-themseves ?

Thank you.

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hai ronnie thanks a lot for a wonderful tutoring.

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yay 4 out of 4 correct . thnx ronnie..:)

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    hai Ronnie, you are a great techer , i like your teaching, and i have a request, can you teach me about american and british english? i hope you can, thanks before, i’m from Indonesia

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HI, We can only use “speak” with languages, or we can use in other cases. I will appreciate more informatio.. thanks from Chimbote, Peru.

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Hi Ronnie.
Thank you so much

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what is the diference between past participle, and past

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Thanks you so much. you are so funny and your lesson very usful. I have some confuses how to use talk and say. please help me clarify them

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I got 4/4 score. I love to watch teacher Ronnie’s class. Lot of fun and learning
Love it..

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Thank you

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yeahhhh 100% thanks Ronnie…..

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i want to know contraction forms are correct;

i’d= i do
or
i’d= i had, correct which one.

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I don’t understand! I said that told is past tense and when I see was answer talked. I didn’t it. I said told.

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thank you so much for your great lesson, that’s useful for our English speaking

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This is the first time i have understood the difference between Tell, speak and talk. thanks¡¡¡¡

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My torments have ended. speak and talk are the same

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I remember once when two teachers from renowned school told me there ain’t no ‘speak to’, n I was damn, how come u even work here. On the other hand I know sometimes speak to/spoken to, can be seen as giving a lecture, or kind of offensive, can u please explain this to me

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Thanks My teacher

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hy Ronnie can u tell me when i should to use past simple past continouse and the other? I have an interview on March 4 for a cabin crew (stewardess) and requires a perfect English and I´m afraid to make big mistakes. tnx

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Thank you .

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Thank you :)

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Thanks a lot. Please, tell about the difference between “say” and “tell”.

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hi ronnie
thanks for your lessons.
In some sentences use only “being” without anything else instead of “is”
where can I use “being” instead of is?
Thanks

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OOOH THANK YOU SO MUCH! I HAVE GOT 4 OUT OF THE 4 QUESTIONS.. REALLY WE NEED TO LEARN MORE AND MORE ON THIS WEBSITE. MAY GOD BLESS THE ENTIRE ENGVID’S STAFF FOR THEIR HELP.THANKS.

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THANK U RONNIE FOR YOUR TEACHING.

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your lessons are the b-e-s-t <3

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I have no idea where I would be without your lessons.Thanks teachers!

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is relly good lessons!!!! and I can say THANK YOU!!!!!!!

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it is good lesson. but I need you to teach our , what is the diferent bettween in and on ? please help me

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Thanks for your help Teacher

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100 Yuyyyy ^^ .. 4 correct out of 4 thanks Ms Ronnie
to your good jop ,, all my wishes .

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hi ronnie this is aranjyothi, am a biginner in english can you teach me how to improve english with grammer and speeking skills

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Than you thank you so much

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It’s Wonderful lesson………Thanks

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it’s a good lesson,thanks

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Thanks Ronnie!

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Thank you :)

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Thank you very much, Ronnie! Excellent ! I see a difference!!!

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Hi teacher Ronnie, i love how you teaching us, is very good! congratulations.

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I love your classes they have helped me a lot,I got a new job and it requires me to negotiate and speak fluent professional english, and sometimes I struggle with simple things this was one of them!like when to use at or in, ex. I was working at a bank or I was working in a bank??? hopefully you can create a vid about that and similar cases.THANK YOU RONNIE YOU ROCK!

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I tell you that Engvid makes good job. I talked to my friend to listen the lessons, so he could be more fluently in speaking English. so have a good day everyone

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Hi Honnie. I’m from Brazil. You are the best teacher ever. Thank you!

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It was so easy, thank you Ronnie =)

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I liked the lesson :)

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4/4

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Dear Ronnie! Congratulation for your didactic. It is great, not allone good. Thank you.
Mike

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Very good!

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Hi Ronnie could you please explain me the difference between hear an listen

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This lesson is very important!! Thank you Ronnie!!

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thanks ronnie

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Thanks a bench dear teacher. What I love best about you is your Acts and Accents. Great job, I hope never end it.

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Thanks a lot Ronnie teacher.Your lesson wasvery useful to me.

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Hello Ronnie thes vedio was very useful XXX but
Ihave a qustion what deffrent between thanks and thankyou???

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Hi ronnei
You are a great teacher,i like the way you teach,but pls improve the tests,make them more difficult and use more examples in the questions,i think its better if we use the new vocab in the sentences

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Thank, Ronnie! Your lessons are very useful and cool

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THANKS A LOT Ronnie!

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I hope someday Will speak English with Ronnie.

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I just wanna thank you for your enjoyable lessons, I’ve learned so much from you Ronnie.
So again thank you for helping.
alot of kisses

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thank you , I’m trying hard to learn English these days to be very good

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sorry i need more practice

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I have a full answer! :)

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I think I have another example: On the phone…”Enrique speaking, how can I help you?” This is another time that you would NOT use talk(ing).

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thank you ^^

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Thank you teacher ronie for the test and i need more to improve my english😰

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Where We Use “Say”, Means In Which Situation

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Very good Ronnie,God bless.

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Very Good lesson Thank you Ronnie, I got 4 correct out 4. Thank

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Thank you my teacher

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Very informative! Thank you!

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thank you much teacher

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thank you for helping me,appreciate your time and is very good at teaching

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Thanks,Ronnie

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Hi Ronnie
What about the verb”say”? Do you explain it please?

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Hi Ronnie ! How easy you do the lessons !!! I love you!

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Easily graspable lessons….

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Thank you,teacher.

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Thanks!

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I got 5 out of 5! Question 5 is a little bit easy. This lesson is easy!
Thank you Ronnie!

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You got 4 correct out of 4.

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I made a mistake I go through the quiz first that’s why I didn’t get it correctly but after watching I finally understood thanks ma’am.

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Thank you very much….

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thank you very much

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Ronnie, you’re just super!

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Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

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Thank you

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hi teacher, how are you? I am athi from USA, I am studying ESL in community center. My first language is Tmail, I am from India. I have lot of confusing about grammar, but I love to your way of teaching. Is it possible to study on line with you?

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Hello Ms Roonie, My name is Erum Suhail and I want you to please teach me regarding prepositions. So can you please?

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it was very good lesson.
well , you are wonderful.

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