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378 COMMENTS

thank u miss ronnie

habiba

    Hi from spain. Could I say, run over a cat instead of hitting a cat.

    thanks for ahead

    javierdediego

      Yes!

      Ronnie

        thank you for the simple lesson i have learned a lot,,.

        vincent

        Ronniee ! u are an amzin teacher!! I dont Understand wery well the difference between INTO and ONTO .. Hope u can help me with this ..
        thanks a lot !
        many greetings from Argentina ;D

        Natalia

        ronnie i have a problem that is ……..can we say that my car struck the tree……….

        priya bector

    thanks for such a good lessons.

    FAZAL

    I’m surprised the enjoyable with you develop the lesson of teaching. I congratulate you and hope to continue your courses, greetings. I’m Filiberto of Ecatepec Mexico.

    Filiberto

THANKSS.)

aynur634

    I wish you all the best

    basarkan13

thank u miss ronnie

karimswaissi

It’s a great teacher, Ronnie. I’d like to have a teacher like you in my school. kkkk.. would you like to go to Rio de Janeiro? xD kkkkk… Thank you for everything. ^^ I have so much fun watching your lessons. xD [correct me if necessary.. ;D ] PS: My arm is really broken.. :/ .. kk

alexmelo

    We usually don’t say my arm is really broken unless you tell someone “My arm is broken” and they don’t believe you! Then, you can say my arm is REALLY broken. Or, REALLY my arm IS broken!!!

    Ronnie

      than u Madam Roonie

      HassanMohamed@mail.ru

It’s a great lesson, Ronnie * [correcting]

alexmelo

thank you very much

nada22

Great lesson Thaaaaanks A LOT, you make the lesson very easy and I laugh a lot LOL thanks thanks thanks uummwaa X.

m552200

thank you, I was really wondering about this.

serajstyle

what a freakin’ lesson, I learned a new word 2day ‘smash’ u crashed into a tree, sorry bad luck accidents happens any time. thanks Ronnie take care, bye n’ drive carefully.

Efrain

Muito bom!

carla81

    “muito bom!”
    I wonder that’s meanning.

    basarkan13

LOL, your lesson’s so funny! Thank you so much!
i impress with the way u illustrate the feet and the sound of “crashed cat”! :D

jonywish

may i ask ronnie?..how about this?
i made my leg broken.

mukti

    NO, you have to say “I broke my leg”!

    Ronnie

lovely lesson
thanks

afaf1

    i wanna be friends
    tc

    basem

I can`t believe that I am your student!!!! I used to watch some classes here at engvid and now I am taking live classes with you!!! Thank you! You are the best teacher that I had!!!

mmaycon

    NO way!!! That is hilarious!!! I am glad you like them! See you on Tuesday!

    Ronnie

      I want to be your student too! Where do you teach? I love the way you teach! You are absolutely amazing!
      See you! :)
      Joanna

      Joanna

      hey ronnie …
      how can i take a live classes with you ?

      hishambawardi

i understan clearly thanks

yariela

Great lesson again !!

Hoppel1

lovely lesson & great teacher.

arazw

Thanks Ronnie for this nice lesson,you’re good teacher.

Thanks | Samuelsam

samuelsam

you r doing a good job……i wana speak english like you…..

sheza

Dear Ronnie !

Your english class is good, because you are fanny and interesting.

I’m glad to see you.

laszlo nemeth

Hi , ronnie, nice to learn with you and good to see here many lessons….
Thank you for everything and God bless you and family…..

Luiz

You are my favorite teacher …….Thank you for all…..

Luiz

    me too

    amoly

      me too

      basarkan13

      you will study Yemeni languages AMOLY

      mohammeds

Thank you very much!

Geraldo

thanks a lot

Loubna

thank you i scored 4 out of 4

elaminakoy

very useful it thanks for help me everyday.you are fantastic

lostdel

thanks.. pleased explain the words like OUGHT TO…. HAD BETTER….WOULD RATHER…..

SAMIR93

Thanks Miss Ronnie!

safiqurr01

Miss Ronnie,you are a great teacher

cesar

Thanks teacher.

Hassan

thanks!!! I’ve learned a lot.

joy

Hi, ms valen i relly imressed with your lectures ithese are really helpfull. Thanks a lot

Best regards
Memona

Mona

thank you .

ahmed69

Thank you very much. I love your teaching.
You sacrifice so much time for us learners. Thank you for your work. I hope you’ll never stop ;-)

greetings from Europe

Birdie

wow, it’s a funny lesson, thanks.

kim

thank you my teacher

ironman

i like the way Ronnie teaches!! thank you Ronnie!!!!

tenzin

thank you

ابو عيد

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Josh

thank you!!

masterduck

thanks, after lesson it’s clear what to say about an accident

Vasia

Hi Ronnie

If someone broke his nail and it’s totally removed from the Toe/finger for instance playing football. What would you say?

Thanks

Ashu

    I lost my toenail in a football match! Or I broke my nail off in a football match!

    Ronnie

Hello, Ronnie.
I like the lesson. It`s great you tell about pronounciation.

estadi

THANK you>>

dia

thank you miss ronnie really you are the best .sabrina from Algeria

sabrina

Would you like to come to Azerbaijan?

mirik

    YES!!!!!!

    Ronnie

      So, I invite you to come to our country! You can see our the hospitality of Azerbaijanian!

      mirik

        That would be so cool! Thanks!! All I need is $$$$$$$$$$$ !!!! ahahahahahah~!

        Ronnie

          Welcome to Aden

          mohammeds

          كيف حالك يا صاحب عدن

          ahmed nasser

Hi,Ms. Ronnie, I must confess you that your lessons are fairly good. I enjoy them very much.

nelson andres

Hi Teacher Ronnier!

I only want to say that you are so amazing!!!

I´m brazilian and studied english ten years ago… but at the first time I saw your lessons… I remembered everything!

Thank you so much!

Beijos

Thati

Thati

Thank you very much Ronnie. I’ve been watching all of engvid lessons. I really appreciate for your video lessons. I am living in Kazakhstan. I am advising to all my friends to have some classes from your web-site. Wish you and your colleagues success and not to stop creating new lessons! Bye!

yernur

Nice teaching there! Can we say?: i had my leg broken

Alex

its very interesting engvid

nenita22

Can I ske you
Where you live in canda

Wafaa

Hi Ronie,

Hope you are doing good !

Could you please tell me how to use words ride and drive?

artfreak2011

    Ride is when you are on top of the thing or in something that you are not driving- a bike/motorcycle or bus/train/taxi.
    Drive is when YOU operate the machine from inside it- car/backhoe/go-kart.

    Ronnie

      hi ronnie i like your smile but my question can you give me ex about ride and drive thank you for these lesson

      govan

      Hi teacher Ronnie, i was searching that how I can improve my English and one my friend advise me that search on youtoub.com, you are the first i got video of English lesion. I don’t know where should i start to learn. There is lot of (too much) Video of English learning on http://www.youtoub.com. I am confuse, can you help me please? I want know English writing (official letters, applications etc.), speaking and listing. This is my email: aachughtai@hotmail.com. Thank you very much.

      aachughtai

        You should stay on this site and choose “beginner” lessons.

        Ronnie

          ok Thanks teacher Ms. Ronnie,
          Your handwriting is wonderful. i think more then beautiful computer.
          May I know your skype?

          aachughtai

      i see a contradiction here. bus/train/taxi are like car/backhoe
      isn’t it right to say “drive a taxi”
      we operate them all from inside.
      maybe there is another criterion to defer between them.
      Drive is when YOU operate **the machine** from inside **it**
      isn’t that repetition. i would rather say : Drive is when YOU operate a machine from inside

      naki adil

      i see a contradiction here. bus/train/taxi are like car/backhoe
      isn’t it right to say “drive a taxi”
      we operate them all from inside.
      maybe there is another criterion to defer between them.
      Drive is when YOU operate **the machine** from inside **it**
      isn’t that repetition. i would rather say : Drive is when YOU operate a machine from inside

      naki adil

thanks !!!

Ahmed

Thanks !!!

handsomeman201050

thak you!!!u is best teacher=)

irina

Hi Ronnie, I really appreciate your effort to teach us English, I sign in this web-site of my first time but I saw you on you tube yesterday and I really like the way you teach.Thanks so much.

yalo

Ronnie I made a big mistake in my last comment I wrote (saw you on You Tube) and I really know (watched you ) SORRY

yalo

Hi Ronnie I’m claudio from Buenos Aires…to start with, i’d like to thank you for the lessons!!! I have a question…Can I say?
The car crashed or smashed ME…

cmsalto

    hello!
    It is better to say”The car hit me”! or Smashed/crashed into me!

    Ronnie

Would you mind telling me how to use words finish or end?

EI NYEIN HAN

    Finish we use when we have completed something – like homework or watching a movie. Ex…I finished my homework.
    End = something is over or has stopped. Eg.The movie ended. The storm ended.

    Ronnie

your lessons are very usefull and funny!
Many thanks!

elenab

thanks u so much Ms.Ronnie, your such a good teacher!

guimeyan

Hello Ronnie,
I want to thank you for your classes :) and i have to admit that i’ve become in an addict to this page and your videos.
Regards from Nicaragua

Miguel

Hi I’m so happy to find really good teachers in here, I promise to study hard and learn as much as I can, Thank you very much Ronnie.
I’m 50 years old from Argentina and I’m learning on my own or by my own. This is the perfect place to enjoy my English skills.

alejandra714

Hi Ronnie,
thanks for funny lessons
Take care & keep smile & have fun

basarkan13

Hello Miss Ronnie
I like the way you deliver your lesson not boring.keep smiling..

josephine

hi, whats a different between , i bled and i was bleeding ,i guess both verbs in the past
thank-you.

karim

    I was bleeding is past continuous. We use this tense when we are telling a story about a past event. Ex.. I was bleeding all over the flood and then I slipped and fell!
    I bled is simple past. Ex. I bled on the floor yesterday.

    Ronnie

      the expresion “I was bleeding all over the flood” means : I was bleeding a lot.
      Thanks a lot.

      avecaesar

        …over the floor. (not the flood)

        Egghead

ronnie ,,thanks for the great lessons i like your smile so mush :)

abeer7000

Thank You

hassanson

Congratulations

Jessé

Thank you Ms Ronnei

Resquini

thanks teacher Ronnie

Rashid

Thaks a lot Ms Ronnei. Your lessons are very useful and funny!!

samuel da Paz Rodrigues

thanks teacher.I your class

alexis

I like your class

alexis

Thanks for lessons. I am new here, but I like it.

tibitata

thank you Ronnie .. i like your funny expressions .. keep it up :)

Nouf Albakri

Thanks for your great effort

Noha

i love learn english.

yousf

Hi Ronnie…

i’ve been bothered about these following sentences for quite some time now, i hope you can help
1.we eat using mouth
2.we write using hand
my questiion are
what is “ing form” doing in those sentences?
is it adverb phrase?
is it

gerreze

    you should say, we eat using with our mouth ^^ .. because if you would say ” we eat using mouth ” what mouth? is it mouth of animals? or what.. so it must be ” we eat using with our mouth ^^

    kiano

Hi Ronnie…

i’ve been bothered about these following sentences for quite some time now
1.we eat using mouth
2.we write using hand
my questiion are
what is “ing form” doing in those sentences?
is it adverb phrase?
is it consecutive verbs?
or are they even correct sentences?

i hope you can help because i can’t find this subject in any of grammar books. thanks

gerreze

    You have to say “We eat using our mouth”…but it is more natural to say “We eat with our mouth”.

    Ronnie

thank you very much

rodina

hi miss ronnie really i liked ur lessons are so repfect and i get many information thank u so much

halima

Hi Ronnie….
I found your videos on youtube today. They are great & the way you are teaching is awsome! Congratulations and all the best… Thank you for making them for us… Tatiana

Tatiana Simion

how to download these videoes in your site

naqib

Thanks a lot.You are very clear Ronnie Thanks again!!

jcontarino

Thank your teacher. I am easy understand you when you are teach english. If your are have been teacher in our country (Baku in Azerbaijan) I come in your lesson. I am learning english one mounth.But Your english lesson is a wonderful. Thank you very much.I wish you are facebook adress, becouse I want improved my english, Please

Zamig

Thank you for your lessons. It’s a good chance to improve my English. The only thing I’d like to ask about your lessons is to refresh your web-sites and represent much more lessons. Thank you

Ani

hi
am am anew in this web

alqarni

i want to make friend with somebody for improve our language and this is my name in skype (fhoood59)

fahad

hi ronnie
Thanks for teach us english.
Ur teaching is awsome.
I really love u my teacher

noor khan

hello ronnie. tnx for the lesson you’ve taught,,hmm ronnie? i have a question for you.. im very confused about indefinite article..i know that indefinite article cant be used in non count noun.. but how about this example ” i have an idea” hmmm.. in the sentence, idea is an abstract noun? am i correct? idea is uncountable..so why someone uses indefinite article after that noun? XC so confussing XC could you explain this to me clearly..XC

kiano

    Idea is countable!

    Ronnie

Hello Ronnie!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!!! I live in Italy and I think I’ll never have a teacher like you!!

carmencita

hi ronnie nice to met you i have aquestion i can get the all lesson vidoi in my labtobe?

almaki

    You can watch the lessons on your laptop but I doubt you can download them!

    Ronnie

thank you for the lessons you give,you are really a great teacher.am 3rd year English student and I’m happy to be your student.

asma

thanks so mutsh

raafat

hi Ronnie,how are you? hope you fine!if thats ok with you I want you to give a lessons about phonetics. please replay me.

asma

how come, is idea countable? >.<

kiano

    You can have ideas!

    Ronnie

100% my test
easy easy :D

mohammed85

how obout this, in preposition, example: i believe in him.. can i say i believe on him? or in?..confused about in and on XC i know the preposition of time.. but the other types isnt..i have been confused for several years, whether to use in or on.. hope, you could helm me out..

kiano

    I believe in him = correct.
    I believe on him = not correct.

    Ronnie

oh i get it ronnie ^^ tnx for helping me out.. ^^ now i know that the word idea is countable ^^ because uncountable nouns dont have ” s ” nor ” es ” right? ^^ but idea has.. ^^ so its countable ^^ so ronnie? do all of the uncountable nouns have no S right? ^^ if they have, it would be countable? ^^

kiano

    Yes, most countable nouns have an “s”!

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie,
can you tell me what the difference is between “another” and “other”.thank you!

jen

That is great ,keep it up

addup

thank you miss Ronnie

alkordi

good job

gültürk köroğlu

ronnie,,what is the difference between usa and uk and canada accent,do you understand each other?

rega

    Some people cannot understand other people’s accents because they haven’t hear them enough! Look on you tube to listen to different accents!

    Ronnie

hello ronnie plz i wanna something i wanna to know what time i’;; sat s is z , iz ans s ty

engy

Dear Ms Ronnie,
How are you today? I just want to say that i really liked the way how you teach people! You are a such a good teacher. I love your techneque of how you make us smile by giving some funny words or reaction for the examples.Because of that you making us feel very comfortable and relax while listening and watching your video while at the same time we are learning. Once again Thanks a lot and GOD BLESS YOU Always.

Yours Sincerely,
Jazz

jazz29

    hi Jazz,

    It’s nice to know that you also want to improve your English (like me). About you, you said, “Hello’ I decided to joined on this website to improve my english ability………” It should be “to join (a present tense)” after “to” instead of “joined (a past tense). Hope my comment is useful to you?

    Regards

    Sridhar

Hi Ronnie..Sorry for being out of the topic(I wish this this sentence correct).I wish you or somebody could help me about my confusion in English tenses…What tenses these are exactly:
i. Mrs Jumat “had been” a very succesful clerk of the company.
ii. She “had been chosen” because she was good-looking.
iii. She “had tried” very hard and took her duties seriously.
I’ll be very appreciated any reply from anybody..

jumat

    i. Mrs Jumat “had been” a very successful clerk of the company.
    ii. She “had been chosen” because she was good-looking
    iii. She “had tried” very hard and took her duties seriously.
    These are all past perfect! Sub + had + P.P!

    Ronnie

      Thanks..But someone told me that in American English there’s no past perfect tense like in British English..Past perfect in British English was passive voice in American English..Is it true?

      jumat

        NO

        Ronnie

        Well the question was not for me, but I did it. what you have to do is follow the links of the lessons on YouTube, and with a software called video catcher, copy the URL on the app and that is, it does the trick.

        Romanpopa

You are a good teacher.

wachrin

Miss Ronnie is the BEST.

Ali

Ronnie I enjoy every bit of your class. I am learning a lot

Uche

Hi Ronnie! i like the way you teach..i hope you can give more example..

illcano

thanks ronni i like ur teaching method a lot
dear teacher i wnna download ur videos but i dont know how ? plz tell the way

irfan

its really great to learn things which i never new before. i am really thankful to you.

jibran

I like to watching very much…

singkham

Ronnie you are the best teatcher!

claudy17

thank you my teatcher ,,

meemoo20

thank you very much .nice to meet you teacher

sher61

please tell me teacher how i can start to learn english.

sher61

    I would start by learning vocabulary!

    Ronnie

thanks i do that

sherzad

I love English!!! Thank you!!! You are best of the best!

Magzhan

hi ronnie
thank you teacher

rehab

Hi ronnie i am new student i am glad i found your lesson.It is really interesting.thank you.
I would like to ask you about would have plus the past participle of the verb(would have found) what does it means is it an imaginery situation? i am confused.could you give me a lesson in this topic when you get achnace.
thank you.

hanan

Thank you very much

May

Thanks all the teachers

Ahmed

teacher thanks lot ineed which means broke help me i dont know english

ifrah

You’re funny while explain ;) interesting lesson…thank you ;)

antonio9

Hi Ronnie nice lecture thank you.

Hanan

good morning i m sanjana i learn you english its very nice for us can you teaching every day before i cant not speak english but now i speak english not to much thank you dear from sanjana

sanjana

you are a good teacher!!!thank u

yessika

you are a good teacher, greats for the class

andre

Ronnie,
I wish i had you as my english teacher when I was little. The world needs more people like you. Thank you!

tran23

    yes your right

    migz(cute)

hi ronnie i want to ask you how should i learn US accent??
please share any resource freely available on the internet for learning US accent!! its a req to engvid.com to post tutorial related to learning US accent.
Thanks

mayanksapra

    The only way you can really learn any accent is to go and live there. What US accent would you like to learn? There are many different American accents, depending on that state. I suggest watching tv and trying to copy the way the actors speak!

    Ronnie

      is it possible for me to contact u directly coz i want to ask u about my problems in english pronunciation ??

      mido1010

      yes, i agree with you Mrs. Ronnie..and one last, listening to music…(because i do that,,)

      usmaaaan

    Sometimes even people who live in Manhattan do not understand what people say who live in Brooklyn. It is just across the river.

    Egghead

i have no words to say for this site eccept Thank You!

Moataz Fawzy

Tank you for your great website

reza

Thank you teacher for this lesson.It makes me more understand in using this on my daily life.

citiguarantee

please don’t use blood , it feels bad , especiallly when u use that

kush

Hi Ronnie may I say my voice is broken

ahmed

i’m a new member,,,and thanks alot for you Mrs. Ronnie…:D(and all of teachers:)

usmaaaan

I am very sorry. You had the accident in Japan. Maybe in Hokkaido snowy place. Now we had the accident of nuclear power plant in Fukushima. I live next there. I pay attention to the radiation as possible as I can.

hyottoko

You R U too good, you makes things simple.

Hits

Thank you very much teacher for this lesson. You are a good teacher.

Farhad

Thank you mam !! My arm is burger!! I prefer :My arm is pizzza !!!!! hahahaaa thanks again =) I enjoyed this lesson , it’s kind of an intresting one .

salimayoubi

Thank a lot Ronnie,

thiha24

“Foot fingers, That ‘s so cute!”
you make me laugh. XD

wakeelahmedchanna23

i learned a lot from you thank you so much!!

migz(cute)

thank you madam… its really so useful

mudassar75

hello ronnie.. i have a question for you.. in some movies.. i noticed one thing “”Do u got this? Is this correct or wrong ? Instead, it should be,Do u get this ? am i correct ?

mudassar75

    It is wrong! Movies/music/slang and all other arts NEVER conform to English grammar rules!

    Ronnie

I like your lessons. Your lessons are very interesting. Thanks, best regards

Iza

Thanks, your lessons are fantastic.

Przemek, Poland

Thank you miss. Ronnie

mudassar75

Thank miss Ronnie your lesson are awesome I am going to learning English with you thank you again

Walter

Hi Ronnie.I’m a teacher of English. I’m from Egypt and my name is Ayman.If you please I have two questions. first and according to the lesson of accidents, how can I say I broke my leg although I didn’t, because someone else who hit me and caused my leg to be broken. What you say of “I had my leg broken” as”I had my hair cut” for it’s not me who did it or you have another view.
Second, In Egypt we have a very big problem. It’s that we don’t speak English as we write it, we have problems in the most important language skills” listenning and speaking “I think it is because we don’t deal,as teachers, with native speakers and because we are not aware of all the up to date words and expressions that you use in America and in Canada. What can we do to overcome these problems and again thousands of thanks to you.I’m waiting for your reply and your video lessons.Bye

Ayman

    1) If your lag was broken by someone, it is easier to say “Person’s name/some guy/a girl broke my leg! eg. Bob broke my leg. Some guy broke my leg. The sentence you gave me was in passive – and it is also correct!!!!. We use passive if we don’t know WHO did the action! You can use passive and active!!
    2) The best way to learn listening and speaking is to watch American movies/TV shows to learn slang!
    AND>>>Keep on watching ENGVID!!!!!!!!!!!
    Best of luck!

    Ronnie

thanks

menbach2011

kkkkkkkkkkkkkk!I’m laughting a lot! I just found out why an american looked at so surprised when I sad that I love smashed potatoes! Well I wanted to say that I like mashed potaoes. Katia Brasil

katia

Thank you Ronnie! Love your videos!

katia

Grammar in simple and funny way… Excellent

cj123

thank you Ronnie.

niruth

You are best of best.

ego

hello miss how are you?
i have one question that is why do we say i smashed into tree. why dont from, to, by, with, tree?

Abdul Hafeez

    I don’t know = it is just English rules.

    Ronnie

how are you ronnie

laila80000

hello misss?,.,.,
i say thank’s so much for your lesson about english esspeccialy, and also for showing to me and all people on youtobe.

I like your pronaunciation,.,.,

hendrik

thanks Ronnie, i always watching your lesson to improve my english :)

ratudwiwulan

OH, how much i love you sweet teacher ,i wish all the teachers be like you…

Dalia

thank you very much
MY T- Ronnie .
Iam Owes you

hasan

i love you

ibrahim

good i like all the engvid lessons and i’ve learned alot from ur website, it’s one of the best site to learn english language. thnx

tariq55

thank you
ilove you
you are married or not

mmm

    Yes.

    Ronnie

very good teacher

mmm

Thank you for your classes, you’re the best teacher I ever had.

lissir

How can I get to site of english dailogues.please help me ms ronny.

youssef morrocco

Thank you Roni.
Your lesson is the best on Eng Vid.
I hope, that I will learning to speak english with your help
Thank you so much
All the best from Bosnia

koki

Hi Ronnie,
I do not know what phrase in English will you Explan it please. and thanks for all what you submit on your class.

wafaa61

Hi what present progressiv is

wafaa61

    Present progressive/continuous = to be + verbing. Eg I am eating. She/he/it is walking. You/they/we are dancing. We use this for actions that are happening NOW! I am typing!

    Ronnie

Thanks, Ronnie. You spoke too fast for me here and there, but I think after I watch this video several times I will understand absolutely everything you said.

P.S. It’s just a funny coincidence… But this (correct) pronunciation of “blood” is very close to one Russian word which means a woman of easy virtue.
And, thanks again.

olezhka

    easy virtue… that’s me.

    engVid

      No!!! You are not, definitely. I’m sure. I didn’t want to use this very rude word (its English analog, I mean) here, but I think I must now because I was understood incorrectly (I think it’s because I don’t have enough word stock). This word means a whore.

      olezhka

    ahahah \That is cool! Thanks for teaching me Russian!

    Ronnie

thank you Ronnie for your lessons
I’m from Saudi Arabia and your lessons help me a lot …

zainab

Great teacher i really getting better in english. Thank you very much.

abood2012

hi miss ronnie
i like the way you teaching i m in canada too is there any esl classs

let me know plz

khan71

    I can do private/group lessons if you are in Toronto!

    Ronnie

yes i am in toronto at etobicoke

plz tell me the fees and location

and timing
thanks

khan71

hi teacher i frome iraq thanks for your lesson
i want to know the movies with translate or with out translate it is for learning

nezar

    When you watch a movie in English for the first time, you should use subtitles in your language.
    If you want to watch the movie a few more times, you should watch with English subtitles.
    Then, you can try without subtitles but it is very difficult!!!
    Good luck!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, excellent methode , pls can u explain , since, still, till, untill, upto, where i should use theses words. thax

ABDUL

      Ronnie, why didn’t you write “Emma have make/do a lesson…”? Is is incorrect? Sorry for the question, I confuse English past time forms very often.

      olezhka

        “Emma makes a lesson” OR “Emma does a lesson”.
        You cannot have 2 verbs in a simple present sentence “Emma have make/do a lesson”= wrong.

        Ronnie

          Yes, Ronnie, it is. This is just a mistake. I meant an expression “Emma have made/done a lesson…”

          olezhka

Yo Ronni what up? u know ur da bomb also ur english class r deathly and improves my english. yall r the best. Sometimes i feel blue ´cause i felt i was not learnin’ english . i kinda hate english grammer . i was listenin’ the store of u in jappan about the pacopaco thing that remind me a few year ago when i used to work at a hooters restaurant , i meat a gurl named Laura , i was attracted to her and i remember her to say u like me instead i like u. gotta tell u r right everybady make mistakes. well gotta go. take care. xoxo

Gfunkybeat

Thanks for this lession. i would like to know ,if anybody(omar) made an accident by bycycle yesterday,so what can i say today? I mean what’s the correct sentence to express it.

mary

    Omar was in a bicycle accident yesterday.

    Ronnie

sorry,i am not clear about this.if i say “omar made an accident by bicycle (himself)yesterday.” is it correct sentence?

mary

    No.

    Ronnie

‘omar made with an accident’ (that is his bicycle and the accident made by him).Is the sentence correct? If not,tell me correct one.

mary

hi sister im sathish your teaching good, i want to like learn english plzs help me, im besicly im studyed in tamil medium

sathish

should i say “my leg has broken” or ” my leg has been broken” and why ???which is right

maxmagdy

    “My leg has broken” is used if the action has just happened.
    “My leg has been broken (for 3 weeks). Is talking about an action that happened in the past. (Present perfect tense)

    Ronnie

you good in drawing ronnie

amrsamir

you broke my english with your art of english.

khan

miss ronnie…may i have your email or facebook account.?..i would like to have a conversation with if u don’t mind…

hanna

Great. Thanks.

rios

Hi Emma madam,
How can I improve my speaing in English. Please let me know

N.Jenesh

thank u mam, u r not only a teacher but also a good artist. Ur way of teaching is different.once again thank u

Mian Saqib

thanks I love yours

jesus1992

You are very nice and also your lesson thank you

Farhad Glasgow

thank you so much Ronnie ,,,, you’ve very very useful lessons

Ali

10q ronnie

yoni

i like the way you teach english. thank you so much

thuy

Thanks for your lessons Ronnie,good teaching ;-)

Bnar

You Are The Best!! :) Best Regards from Poland…

ilona

Thanks Ronnie for such good lessons!!!

uroojnaveed

Hi Ronni,
You are realy fantastic.
Ii it possible telling about how to use due,
Love
Taner

taner

awsome. thanks a lot….

abusufiyan

I love you . thank you very much. you are the best

mahmoud

thanks miss Ronnie i love your stlye of teaching

ali

Hi! I have been learning english in ages, but my english didn`t improve anymore so i was pretty worried about how to improve my english level, so i searched the internet to find something that make my english better.
finally i found this site and your lessons. now I feel like my english is getting better! if i have some problems while studying english can i give you some question??? byebye

someone

    Of course! Ask me anything!

    Ronnie

      i have an exam after 1 hour can u give me an advice,please?

      ahmed

        Study!

        Ronnie

          good advice!!!!!!!!!

          Rêgi

          hahahahahaha and very funny you are!

          Francisco

thanks a lot of, it’s very interesting.

farah31

i really learned alot of new things, thank you very much , you are really a professional and ausome teacher :)

saneea

really without any exageration and praising,i got a lot of advantages from your lesson and infinitely thank you .go on

mustafa

You are very elegant and cute Ronnie !

bilel

WOWWWWWWWWWWW!! HI RONNIE
You are no doubt doing a very good job and assisting millions.I have just thanks for you.I am so glad to see your replies on comments that’s difficult to manage.They also provide a lot of knowledge.We have awesome english institutes in Pakistan.I like you and welcome in PAKISTAN? SEE YOU AT AIRPORT!!!Take care

Saqib

Thank so much Miss Ronnie for your effort to teach us English Language.

Ali Murad

You are very good teacher . I like you

Zeki

Another great lesson. Thank you very much.
My native language is Arabic. Please may you comment on Arabian speech mistakes?

Hossam mostafa

Hi, i really like your lessons,to be honest i have gained a lot.

jamie19

i got 4 out of 4 ;)

aman7en

thank you miss Ronni, I really like your Lesson

hallah

Ronie, you are real a great teacher!
Thank you so much for your clear explanations, lessons with your are easy going!
Chau! Greeting from Argentina.

Jorge

THanks Ronnie,you’re doing very well,everyone likes your lesson .meaning you’re a great teacher and teaching .God bless you.have a good one .

Momndad

I admire tou style. Thanks a lot.

geop147

    your

    geop147

thank u very much ms Ronni ………….

hi i'm from afghanistan

thanks teacher! cheers!

mariettakemp

greetings from Afghanistan!
i got :D 4 correct out of 4 (100)
thanks my dear teacher Ronnie
R.W

R.Weda

amazing lesson.. so excited for the next one

Lucas

Very nicely taught.

Thanks & regards,

Sri

Sridhar

thanks ronnie,
you’re great

zhiki

Very excellent style to teach

asghar1905

thanks i really like your lessons teacher ronnie and you are very funny

KENZA

hai ronnie
thank you so much

deysonpulickal

THANK YOU

ABDULFATTAH

bad and good
bad sujet and good lesson
tanks ” chokran”

morrocco

Hi Ronnie!I want to ask you about a word ,,ishooz,, I heard alout this word in the movies or when two person speak but when I tried to find in the translate google I didnt find it.It is use only when you talk with a person?This word means ,,ishooz,,-problems?Thank you very much and thank for your help.With your help I learned english,one year ago I didnt know to speak and look at me know!I CAN WRITTE ALSO!thank you for that!A big hug for you!

remyremy12

    Issue!! I know English spelling is SO difficult! You are right, issue means problem!

    Ronnie

Thank you, It is a great lesson.

pk

Thank U miss Ronnie, You are an excellent teacher. English like me so much and my dreams is to learn speak it.

best regard

Wilbert

I had an accident before in my native country, which still do not allows me to move out properly, and to walk!
My tibia has been broken, my humerus also… :X At the moment I’m trying to develop my muscles and tendons…Which is very difficult.Thanks for the Lesson Ronnie!

scortan

thank you so much lovely teacher ,you are the teacher in the world i swear you are , wish you all the best and have a long life

shaan omari

as usual Ronnie is the best. thanks.
alike smash into and crash into I remembered
run into. greetings from Brazil

jorge luiz

definitely you ARE THE BEST TEACHER I’VE EVER MET!
Thanks a lot for your lessons. I really enjoy them. I don’t want to talk about the work of the other teachers, but i don’t hesitate to say: YOU ARE THE BEST!

Francisco

Hi Ronnie. I’m sangyeon. I’m from South Korea.
These day I study English to watch your class.
This class is very useful for me.I have a question while I was watching your class.
You said, “brake, broke use to bone”.
What diffrent are this words between brake and fracture?

sangyeon2

    They are the same.

    Ronnie

I thank Engvid and Ronnie for this lesson. The Engvid help me to improve my English. This lesson was easy for me. I got 100 by doing this quz Thanks

Welcome

thank you so much for the lesson, very useful

Argenis

Thaks for everything teacher , I like yuor lessons very much ….

Reyes

hii Ronnie.. i love to see ur video.. it really helps me.. to make my English well but i want to know the use of would have , would have been..

Vishal

I broke my leg when i was a Kid.

Eduardo

Hi Ronnie
I like your teaching so much.
Thank you!

muyar

Yes! I got perfect score.

jds1970

Hi Ronnie, very nice class.
And very funy your explanation about “blood” =D.

roneyskt

Ronnie, one quetion, situation is next. I can explaine anything on english orally, But I can’t something explain in my E-mail. How I can to learn writing in E-mail? I spend many time for creating E-mail.

varnak11

Ronnie, I do not spoke English.But Your teaching very useful for me.I like your teaching.thank you so much.

kausikd1

Hi, Ronnie !
Thanks a lot of this lesson about BLOOD. It is very interisting. Love you!
Tell me something.

nilza2010

a good teacher,i like your teaching way very much

happy1187

Hey Ronnie , I really enjoy ur lessons and u r so funny what makes the lesson very enjoyable , happy to see you every day :)

xman6236

U R THE BEST TEACHER I’VE EVER KNOWN, THANKS A LOT FOR ALL YOUR VIDEOS <3 !

doyle138

thanks

muneerah7

Hi Mrs Ronnie , when can I say (I have or had broken my arm)?

must1985

hi ronnie, its amazing i got 4 out 4.. thanks..
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maui21

hey ronnie …
i’m not a beginner , i can speak and write english so well , but the problem is that i want to improve my english , and I’ve heard that the best way to improve a language is to speak to someone … and i think that this someone is you , so i hope you understand me and give me the best answer , like a live lessons or something like that …
thank you best teacher :)

hishambawardi

As usually you are funny teacher, thanks a lot. I got 100%.

alpido24

I don’t think that I will study English by oversea teacher. I knew this web when I searched on the youbube.
I understands EN a little. Please to tell me about everything.
Thank for Ronnie !

AnPham

please ….. as u r too gud in your way of teaching …pls pls pls pls do a video on HOW TO REMEMBER THE PHRASAL VERBS …which are weird to understand and their actual meanings r far away what they apparently look like…… please sleep on it.

Narendra75

hi every body thanx for the course

hamid40

A tree attacked my car. Crazy zombie tree . Hilarious. U are realy perfect teacher. Greeting from Slovakia.

Mirka178

Thanks got 100%.

Abdul Qayum

Thank u!Very interesting lesson!

Iamhere.

Can I say “I met with an accident”, without sounding too formal.

irinadiplo

Thank you very much!!!

anusha4320

thanks a lot

kara001

got it all correct.

ann ann

I from vietnam. can you make a subtitle for me. Sorry if I annoy you

chung nguyen

that’s great! i like it..

muhammad shafique

computer doing mistake for quis number 4 ronnie!

chakim hamzah

yup I means I dont read the instruction correctly!

chakim hamzah

yup I means I don’t read the instruction correctly!

chakim hamzah

Great teacher,useful lesson.
This is my skype:KIM-00
it’s my pleasure to find someones and improve our english :)

chababi hakim

    Hi there, let’s get together on Skype :)

    wisnia

Hollo Ronnie,

Can you give us a lecon about hospital.
I know that you can developpe the idea.

Thinks a lot.

Merci.

nabilh

Good job i got 4

werawan

Great job! keep it up

oladimeji

Hi mam.
can you help me with some religious based new words.
“especially some typical religious words”

nani dasari

Thank you so much, teacher!

lorenzoyoques

Thanks ronnie, I really enjoy learning English with you because you are my best teacher ever!

Tarik rahmouni

American and chines seismologist have been able to forewarn earthquakes. Change the sentence into past perfect tense

dheeraj358

Thank you so much Ronnie, I got 3 correct out of 4.

Thoeun

Hi I am kurdish girl i want learn english please help me

Daliaa kurdish

Thanks.

dreamk7x

Yeah! She broke my heart, trully! ): Hahahah!

Acaua Galmarine

Thanks!

shihai182

”I broke my finger while playing Minecraft”
definitely it was awesome

Emir/TR

Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

Thank u for this lesson!

Agalicia1976

You say blood like a native Russian speaker. It sounds a little rude but funny.

Egghead

thank you so much

wissemriahi
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