414 COMMENTS

Thanks Ronnie ,
question please , you wrote “Wha cha doin” but you some time pronounce it as ” Wha r ya doin ” , so which one as more native :-) .

Thanks again .

shamri

    We use both equally!

    Ronnie

      hello Ronnie ,my name is roberto mexican ,i have problem not understanding
      when spoke me english, you can help me ,i hope you answer,comment or technician for my problem. Thanks

      croberto

      hi Ronnie this is naveed i just wana say that yours joly style of teaching is very nice.I watched alots of video which helps me to improve my English by the grace of God one day will come when i’ll be native speaker like you.God bless you

      syed naveed ahmed

        hey i can help you just send me your email

        zianaqid

          i want to help me about how to learn eglish and i need lessones about lerning eglish

          ismail

      in fact, the first one is the most required beacuse it seems more fluently than the other one so if you are gonna speak with a native better use a fluent form :D its ofr you look native and formal :)

      Mary

      Hi Ronnie my names is Fernando and just want to say that this videos is very importan for my learning process. tnak you for sharing.

      Luis Fernando

      Last year I was in Toronto and I could learn a lot with canadians.
      I wish I could back.
      A big hug

      marioeudes

      Hi Ronnie i just want to ask a question how do you say “WHY DID SHE DO THAT” in native speaking

      greyhoundz78

      dear Ronnie:
      thanks for your lesson!I wanna learn British English,so could you tell me if it can help?looking forward to your reply.
      thanks again!

      donnaqi

      Ronnie, thanks from St. Petersburg. I LOVE your lessos!

      kaoilfhayonn

      Hello ronnie, I would like to learn more english.
      But something is difficul to my pronunciation or when I write, How can i do for learn more?

      Rachell

      Thanks Ms. Ronnie for this wonderful info… ^_^

      aubreyalarcon01

      thank you…

      kenseyf

      Hello Ronnie!
      May i ask u about something?
      i’m a girl grom Russia and…Do u teach English in Russia?I really want to learn English very well and go practice EF program,and then go live in English speaking country,and so I ask about it …
      Forgive me if something is wrong :)

      Katherine99

      hello Ronnie my name is mahmoud

      I find it difficult to learn English
      but I would love to listen to you often Video

      modymoor

    Ronnie, i need your help.
    Please contact

    danish

    Thanks, it is very helpful for me

    Kashif

yes, I enjoyed the lesson, I’m going to visit my grandmother this weekend. until next week Ronnie.

Efrain

i love study english . i am malaysia

psa

That’s it, Ronnie! I just did that today. I recorded my own voice at my cellphone reading a transcript of a Podcast, and then I could check my accent. Great exercise to improve pronunciation!

vivivillas

    how are you ,???,,, iwant to speak with you to make my accent in english well ,,,,do you have any problem ???

    riad20

yOU ARE THE BEST RONNIE, I LIKE WHEN YOU SAY “WHERE IS SHE” JEJEJE, GREAT !!!!1

leo lizard

hello ronnie i’m lucky to find that site this weekend i hang out with my friends and i learn some new slang because i addict (engvid)thanks for all your lessons ronnie

soufo

Problems of Indian Speakers

/s/ and /z/. when /s/ is a voiceless sound and /z/ is a voiced sound. let’s do an activity. /z/ sound containing following words.

prize, loser, possess, plays, risen, falls, practice, grow, niece, hiss, husband, as, coarse, price, churches, place, his, use, race, knees, ass, rise, fussy, close, tickets, raise, teasing, reason, false, clothes, theirs, hers, cause.

Raghuram

thanx ronnie ma’am …. u teach with wit and humour … i love that in you … and i really enjoy your each lesson …. your website is god guft for us student … say thanx to the founder as well …thanx to all of you teachers …. and god bless you really…

raina

god gift*

raina

How come u did’nt make a quiz,dear mam??!
Always I just n just get the point via them!
Such a nice topic but I ……!!
Anyway….
“Lots of tx”.

fatiima8

    Excuse,
    “didn’t” I meaned.

    fatiima8

    It is impossible to make a quiz on pronunciation!

    Ronnie

      Hi Ronnie!

      How are you? Thanks for looking at my query! No offence, I’ve transcribed my spoken sentence using the International Phonetic Alphabet. My phonetic spelling is based on RP – Received Pronunciation. I’m a non-native speaker of English. Thanks again! You’re doing a wonderful job here! Have a good day, Ronnie.

      Gabriel

very nice

LABRAIZ

hi ,

I watch your session, but I have one doubt.. pleas clear.

English Grammar – Easy Introduction to Passive

In this session:

I eat lunch

lunch was eaten

lunch was eaten

(eat ate eaten).

but you say lunch was eaten.

I think : lunch is eaten

because I ate lunch —

lunch was eaten -> correct

please check

jayaprakash

    You are correct it should be “Lunch is eaten!” Great work!

    Ronnie

Dear Ronnie
Thank you very much for this lesson. Would you tell me if no native english spearkers always talk like that ? I hope that they are conscious that isn’t easy for foreigners ! I think is vulgar wanna, gonna etc. It’s shocking that people don’t take the time to communicate clearly. Kind regards

vilainpetitcrapaud

    Yes, most native speakers talk like that. It is not vulgar, it is just how we shorten our language and speak faster. I bet you do it in your language too!

    Ronnie

      Maybe no vulgar but little gentle. If you are in front with a stranger you should speak in easy way and clearly as I do when some foreign ask me some information in order to go in a particular location (for example). If this foreign doesn’t speak english but knows some word in my language, when I speak, I try to speak slowly and without our slang.
      Hi

      610seiunozero

      dear theacher Ronnie i need help full for lerning english how can i get?

      ismail

      Yeah actually we always do that in french maybe more than in english! Otherwise thanks a lot for all these helpful lessons!

      westcoastrida

i like the way she teach us. Talking with slow is the key of understanding and the second think she is funny and using her face expressions so in that way we better understand …

khan99

i love Ronnie best teacher …

khan99

Thank you so much dear Ronnie, this lesson is very helpful, please make more with thid kind of native pronunciation.

Best regards.

Dorian

    Yes you are right

    vilainpetitcrapaud

Thanks! Good job.

rios

Ronnie,

You are fantastic. I love your classes. You are funy, inteligent and a good teacher. I would love talk with you any moment but I know you can not do it

CREBIO

very helpful

lucky7211

Hi Ronnie!

I love your style of teaching. You’re a woman with an interesting demeanour.
Now, I’ve transcribed the five sentences used in this episode the way I say after learning from you. I wonder whether they are correct! Could you check them for me, please? Thank you!

1. /ˌwɒtʃə ˈduːɪn/
2. /hudʒə laɪk/
3. /wendɪddʒə gəʊ/
4. /weəz ʃiː/
5. /waɪdi du ðæt/

Gabriel

    Sorry, I don’t understand.

    Ronnie

    Hi Gabriel. These are fantastic pronunciation keys for the five sentences above. They are very helpful to me. When I read these sentences to my American friends, they were surprised that I sounded like a native English speaker. Thanks.

    1. /ˌwɒtʃə ˈduːɪn/ = What are you doing?
    2. /hudʒə laɪk/ = Who do you like?
    3. /wendɪddʒə gəʊ/ = When did you go?
    4. /weəz ʃiː/ = Where is she?
    5. /waɪdi du ðæt/ = What did he do that?

    Lfabian2013

      Sorry, I meant
      5. /waɪdi du ðæt/ = Why did he do that?

      Lfabian2013

As always Ronnie your classes help me every time. Actually in everyplace you trying to talk with someone, when you don’t understand, you should ask to another person asking more slow. This way is more polite, but if we’ll stay at least 6 months or more, it’s better to get used it.
One more time congrats
Hugs

lucianobrito

HELLO RONNIE!!!HOW ARE YOU????I HOPE YOU ARE QUITE FINE::I HAVE A QUESTION__HERE IT IS:::MAY I ASK YOU???HOW R YA???THANKS::CARLOS

CARLOS SIMÕES

    I am fine. How R U?

    Ronnie

Dear teacher, I love you so much.
really your lessons are very intresting.
Thank s so much

Inoka

you are great! love how you teach !! and I love this website it’s the best and very helpful! I show it to many friends !! we need more lessons! so continue!!

youssef9

thank you very much Ronnie .. it really helps a lot :)

best regards,

anisa28

so many thanks for teaching

abdul

Hi Ronnie
About the last question “why de do that?”, what can we say if we are talking about a girl or more persons?
Thank you

hercules300

    No, it woule be whydshe/whydthey/whydyou/whydI/whydit + verb !!!

    Ronnie

Thanks a lot! It was a wonderful lesson.

wolpert

hi. i was finding out for a long time this kind of videos. thanks. im happy. u expalnation is more than clear

juancitodelperu

hi
your teaching style is so good.i like you and i love how to teach.please continuous your program

umer aziz

THE WAY YOU TEACH ENGLISH IS JUST AWESOME !!

Julio

I love it…. It’s true sometimes I have problem to understand them ah ah ah ah ah good ..thanks a lot

estinvil103

hi ronnie,i love the way u teaching,and ur face expression is realy realy fentastic.

shwetha

Hey,
Your lessons really help a lot..
I just wanted to know that why do we say “I’m in bed instead of I’m on bed??”

tanni

    We get tn the bed (between the sheets). On the bed we wouldn’t be under the sheets!

    Ronnie

hello Ronie,how r u?hope you fine,n may God bless you forever.that’s kind of great thing you’ve done for us.i have a question.it is in elementary excercises but make me confused.what should i say for the question,”may i borrow your pen?”
while the choices are
a. here it is
b. here you are
which answer is the best? thx b4
luv ya…

susikurniawati

    B is the best answer but I would just say – OK!
    Here it is is used when you are introducing/showing something!

    Ronnie

Great lessons! I like them! you help me to study English. you are better teacher in the world! thank you so much!

sadoku

Amazing lesson many thanks for your efforts.

Dear Ronie, I have a big problem with Scottish accent I can’t understand anything :) what can I do?

Gamil

    Go to Scotland/watch Scottish tv!

    Ronnie

      Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
      Why did you write”tv” in lower case?
      Bye
      P.S Is the word”hug”correct instead of bye?

      seedygaber

        Because we usually do not write it T.V.!
        You can use hug – no problem!

        Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, I already know how to speak in English, and understand native speakers. I need help with Accent. Can u plz do videos like stress/unstress, intonations??? Btw thnx for all these free lessons, just found out ’bout this :)

sakura358

    Your accent is great! You sound like a native American speaker!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie, I am really happy to find your videos on the internet. They way you are teaching is amazing.
Love You, lol

zmomand

Hi Ronnie. Thanks for your lesson. It’s interesting.

Linh

thanks alot miss . i enjoyed in u’re lesson but i want help u ,i have problem in my listening, it is not strong what should i do ?

thanks again miss :)

nisreen :)

    Listen to English tv/music/movies!

    Ronnie

Dear prof.
Would u mind 2 lend me a helping hand plz?!
1.Is it right 2 say:I’ve got a surprise TO u??(to=for)
2.Is any problem correct o just any problemS is correct??!!
TX 4 ur help!

fatiima8

    No, you have to say I have a suprize for you!
    Any problem and any problems are both correct depending on how many problems there are!

    Ronnie

Hi dear RONNIE how r u ? I hope u r 5n
here I hv a quesion . it is about pronunciation can I say WHAT R U GONNA DO inistead 2 say what r u doing(wha cha doing) thank u my dear teacher

kafi

    Yes, WHAT R U GONNA DO is good. However, it is different from “What R U doing”. “What R U doing” is for an action that is happening now (present continuous). WHAT R U GONNA DO is future tense.

    Ronnie

      When I watched your lesson, I was thinking to a song “Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do when they come for you?

      All the best to you, Ronnie
      Adrian, from Romania

      adrianrusu

Hello,Ronnie , I like your sound when you are talking the intonation of words .

engineerbassam

wats the diff between advice n advise?

sajid

    Advice(noun):an opinion or a suggestion about what sb should do in a particular situation.
    Advise(verb):to tell sb what u think they should do in a particular situation.
    Glad I could help!

    fatiima8

I like your lessons…I think all the languages speakers in the world speak their idiom fast! I know English speaker learning Portuguese and I try always to speak slowly..

andreiaoliveira40

i like the way you deliver your lesson. thanks

ABDO

you are very nice and good explain

jameel

among the teachers, you’re my favourite :)

nova

Nice lessons!
Thank’s alot teatcher Ronnie!
I never feel bored when I watch your lessons.

Mustafa

hi maam ronie i lyk the dscusion, it wud better f i can download them…wud it be ok? thanks

ronald

    Yes!

    Ronnie

Ronnie you are Awesome teacher
all videos i have seen i understood well and now practice it in my Life with my Friends :)
God Bless you

ibramsedky

Thanks you RONNIE really i like so much your method

Sid

Hello,Ronnie plz tell what is future of to be?

jumma khan

    Will be

    Ronnie

Hello,Ronny I like your lessons very much.
You’re a very charming girl. I can speak
English a little but I can’t speak fast.
I must say your lessons are very useful.

Lyubov

excelent

har21

Ronnie you are a best teacher.

souad

Excellent! Ronnie, thanks a lot.

Milton

nice teacher i like your style

muzammiluddin

what is the meaning of aisle

muzammiluddin

    Look it up in a dictionary!

    Ronnie

      Hey Honey, how are doing? Could you do a lesson explaining when I can/must use “it”, ‘up”, “out”? Ex: U used “look it up”. Why? Can I use just “look it”??
      Thanks and big hugs for you.

      Dulce Combs

What’s the differences between another and other in English usage.

qasem

    Another means one other/a different one= singular. Ex. I’d like another cup of tea. (one cup of tea)
    Other means more than one/plural things. Ex. I’d like other teas.

    Ronnie

Thanks A Lot!!!!!!!!

talsegev

Ronnie, much important to me, congratulations for your English lessons, you´re so different to explain the classes see you….

Reinaldo Brazil

too fast to understand when native speaks

yyf701107

very very good

ahmed

Ronnie you are a best teacher.

khaled

Thanks again teacher! It was really useful.. I found the last question the hardest one… It’s difficult to notice a “he” in the meddle of the question.

sofi2301

Really thank u so much, amazing website :)

alit

Hi Ronnie,
how can I talk with native?

million

    DO YOU LIVE IN A PLACE WHERE THERE ARE NATIVE SPEAKERS?

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie! how are you ?
you’re my favorite here :p you’re funny and great teacher
i wish that you could add more videos in the future .. especially vocabularies’ lessons
and by the way i’d like to ask you about something .. this is my last year in the high school and my native language is not English so we don’t use it in the high school .. but as soon as i moved to the university i’d use English almost as a native language .. so i have to improve mine before i moved there >.< so .. have an advice? just say it :p
.
Thank you for your great work ^_^

Nora

    JUST TRY AND TALK TO AS MANY PEOPLE IN ENGLISH AS YOU CAN!

    Ronnie

are u american ronnie?

Ahmed raza

    NO, I AM CANADIAN!!

    Ronnie

very nice

chandra

hi ronnie,you’re the one with i want to improve my english

olivier86

Thanks Ronnie you are cool teacher

Albert

HAHAHA, I like your expression when you teach me. And you are true, i often didn’t understand when native speaker speaking to me. They speak so fast. And i fell like i am stupid every they repeat their question but i still don’t understand.

risna

Ronnie, can we use next imaginary sentence?
If the house of happiness was being built, the highest room there would be the waiting room.
Thank You in advance.

Mark

    Your sentence is correct!

    Ronnie

I need information about private classes with you.

LFJA

    Sure! I only offer private classes in Toronto. If you are in Toronto, we can arrange classes!

    Ronnie

plz Ronnie more lessons about native speaker and thanks for the lesson.

rafana02

hi i want to learn more

mustafa

hi Ronnie i saw your lessons it was very fantastic and i like your teaching so much and i always see your teaching so i am coming to the point i have more problems in English and i want to be friend with you and some time give me some advices i am 16 years old please accept my request and give me your Email to be friend in the future

Ilyas hotak

i hope you accept me as a friend

Ilyas hotak

hello ronnie
I like listening your lessons. I would like speak english very quikly, because I want to get friends from other countries and study in canada.

sebasgogos

hello, I’m hassan, I’m from egypt
and really I like your way ,thanks for every thing.

hassan

Ronnie, you are a great teacher. I’m writing for tell you that I learn of a funny way with you and I hope that you keepping teach to us. You’re the best! I’m your fan number one! Bye

bellmh

Very interesting website. Thanks

Nenz

hi Ronnie when exactly i will be ready for studying TOEFL , im in the intermediate level and the accent is good

muhammad25jan

    Do it now!! Good luck!

    Ronnie

I loved this website,i can increase my english. thank you for your program…
Marvelous…i like it.. :)

Petrisia Tan

Happy women’s day

Josué Verne

Hi Ronnie,
Please, I’ve doubt when using TO and FOR, how do I know the correct?
Thank you.

Marcia1000

    Watch the video I made on it!

    Ronnie

hi ronnie ,thankyou so much for you helping other people to learn english.
my qustion when can we use “dose not “

rokhya

what is the meaning of please to meet you

hafsa

    IT MEANS”GLAD TO SEE YOU”:)

    ainakhan85

thank you very much Ronnie you have a very nice character you have nice charisma . but do you have an account on face book ??? thats all byeeee

igloo50

THANK YOU

ASIM

HI ROnnie!i m frm pakistan….
have u ever been to pakistan…???
i really like ur way of communicating???
if possible pls do arrnage to come to pakistan.because i really need you???

M.Rizwan

    If you pay my flight – I’ll come!!!! I love Pakistani food!

    Ronnie

Hello Ronnie,

Sometimes when I confronted with native language I thought and prepared my sentence to have a good grammar and be correct but it made me slow after that I thought that I should not afraid I should make mistake and speak a little fast to become a good speaker. Are you agree with me in this cause and could I improve my English better or not?. Thanks a lot

Zmary

    YES!!! Do not worry about having perfect grammar – just talk!!!

    Ronnie

rONNIE PLS DO REPLY OF MY Question???
I m W8ing of ur reply for very long time period….. plsss BEcause i really need ur help??

M.Rizwan

    What is your question?

    Ronnie

Tank you so much teacher Ronnia so much you have really an exciting way of teaching English

Jay

Hello Ronnia how are you?? i hope you re fine.I have a question here and it’s how can i have conversation lessons online??.because i really need it.thx

Jay

    Give other students on the site your skype id and ask others to talk to you! Also, join ENGVID on facebook, and connect with other students!

    Ronnie

I really admire to those who can speak in english in american slang .I wish to learn it but i often cant understand what they are saying when i flip through the channel which they interview some of the american actor. I try very hard to understand what they would like to express but sigh of myself that i cant get what they r actually saying.

ywchai

Thanks Ronnie a lot for this video ! I love it , so much ! I have learn some of them !

ywchai

    salam can i be with you friend??? please add me…

    Muhammadali

Hi, teacher Ronnie i’m a new student I was study your lesson three days ago and I really like this lesson very much, but i need to know more sentence pronounce like this.

Thank you lovely teacher

Moo

YEah sure Ronnie! why not? i will pay ur flight,your stay in my home with my all family members and i will arange pakistani food for u as well?? Soo do you agree????

M.Rizwan

    Wow – can my husband come too?

    Ronnie

      :))

      Mohsen

Hi Ronnie.
I love to watch your lesson, Unfortunately there is no environment to speaking English. how can i improve my speaking power without environment ? please reply

Naqvi

    Join Engvid on Facebook and talk to the other students on Skype!

    Ronnie

      Thank you I will join Insha’Allah

      Naqvi

Hi Ronnie :)
you learned how to transfer your knowledge! , please continue topic ,I found it useful ,good job

Mohsen

OMG, It’s a wonderful video, I like it so much

megaunknown

miss ronnie,
i need ur help,means i want watch ur class online how????

vinay

    Just click on the “teachers” then Ronnie. You can see my lessons and then click on what one you want to watch!

    Ronnie

miss ronnie,

i am realy confused about english,wt means i don”t no how to use 3 tense can u reply pleaseeeeee.

vinay

    Sorry, I don’t understand your question.

    Ronnie

Dear Teacher,

Thank you, very good lesson.

rampek

hello roonie could give the meaning of play off

azza

    Play off is the finals of a game. Usually for hockey!

    Ronnie

Roonie thanx for these lessons and I am very happy when I found out this useful and helpful site thanx again ………Malek from Algeria

malek47

Hi Ronnie
I watched few of your engvids and I love’em all. I must say that you are great teacher. By the way, I live in Toronto.

Thanks

Biswa

Hi Ronnie

Could you please explain TILL and UNTIL?
Thanks

Biswa

    They are the same till is just an short form of until. When we speak we say till. When we write, we use until.

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie. this is aina here. i love the way you explain the stuff. my question is that why and when do we use “Gonna go” and what does it mean?

ainakhan85

hi Ronnie.I need your help,talking inglish and expression, am from Israel!thanks.

julie

Hi, my Ronnie ,
I really appreciate your efforts to demonstrate your valuable lessons . Your method of teaching is very impressive but I shall be obliged if you present a lesson on prepositions because as a teacher , I sometimes have confusion in using it .Thanks for everything .
Best Regard .

Ibtisam

Hi , Ronnie ,
Thanks for everything . Why do we say : on the farm , on the bus , Why on ?
Best Regards .

Ibtisam

    I have no idea – there are so many strange grammar rules that don’t make sense to me!!!

    Ronnie

Your effort has to be appreciated.Doing this all for free…I am an erasmus people studying abroad,and need to put it into practical,so it helps at least my ears.
But when i check the people (mostly immigrant,a lot of colonials,bearly of in needs and of having fun) who follow these videos and understand the reason why they want to learn the language (most of them seem to want to be cool,some for nothing,and a little for need), i can’t still be grateful to the system which both makes people their slaves(like capitalist u.s.a,britain,….) and provide the service for free to make them more addicted to itself…a little political ?

confusion

i said people :D yeah i have more than one character.

confusion

please can you inform me ,in what countries plus canada ,the native speakers use this

emo2012

    All native English speaking countries.

    Ronnie

      thank you for your reply

      emo2012

      am st the first in your post but am very happy am also teacher of english i used your lesson thanks can say me can i download your vedios?? if yes How? thanks a lot

      Muhammadali

Hello Ronie,

I love you, I love the way that you teach us!

Gilmar

Hi, Ronnie. Thanks for your helpful classes. I’ve got a problem. I know grammar, I can write, I can speak and I understand your lessons. I mean when you speak, but when I watch a movie or a Tv programme I don’t understand anything. So what can I do? What do you suggest to me? Thanks in advanced.

jeantoi

    The reason you cannot understand movies/TV is because they use so much slang! To help you, you should watch with subtitles in your language to get the meaning of the phrases!

    Ronnie

    am very happy also me too i would like to add me in your contact if you don’t mind please…..

    Muhammadali

Thank you ! I’m living in London and have some problems in understanding the cockney ( which is widespread in East London). It’s such a hustle to speak with these people…..

Lora

Ronnie is teaching very funy.you are teaching as live

cenk34

Really Thanks for this lesson and for your funny soul in teaching.

Mister Salem

Dear Ronnie,
Iam newly join your website.Thanks God that i could able to find you and will imporve my English Language.Dear would you please tell me the different between Would and might

nooria123

    Would and might we use in a conditional sentence. I would do it if I saw the movie. I might do it if I saw the movie. Would is a little stronger then might in these sentences!

    Ronnie

Fabulous Ronnie, I enjoy every lesson as you make things really easy.
Thank you,

Talaat

Ronnie,you`re my favourite english teacher.can you help me speak english better? Thank you.

Eric Begun

‘The boy say They want some gin and juice’ plz tell me the meaning of gin and juice

syed naveed ahmed

    Gin is an alcohol drink. Juice is fruit juice or pop (soda). Are you listening to Snoop Doggy Dogg?

    Ronnie

hi Ronnie! you are my favorite english teacher…your style of teaching really very good…plz help me speak better english..thank you

mahigil

    Hi, i just check you comment. I am from Pakistan as well and here is my skype id aman7en. It would be good if we speak English it will increase courage confidence and improve our English. any my number is 03333403437.

    aman7en

Native speakers have a special accent that after spending time with them one can understand what they say.

jan

Hi,ronnie
can u help me out wch one s correct
I was born in……. or
I’m born in……..plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

noureen

In understd native speaker lesson,
how 2 pronunce DID SHE

noureen

I am very happy to improving my English skills.you are great teacher.

joker

plz i want to learn english more what shall i do ?

hakima

thank you so much for this emmssion

hakima

YEAH ! Ronnie is the best teacher for me ! she tend to explain so well !

lisbeth

hii. ronnie. i seen your video comments and translations. it is nice. i want to help for making some sentence. could you help me

sam

do u have your new grammres or lessons ?

asif khan

Hello Ronnie, I am from Tamatave Madagascar and Member of English Club aims for practicing English. Tell us if it is a good idea to learn English in Club. Our club is 10 years next year. You can visit it at http://www.buec-englishclub.co.cc. I home to hear from you. Vohary

Vohary

    Yes!!! Your English Club is great!!! I like the sentence “we beef up” – that is great! I also think it is fantastic that you are planting trees! I wish I could come visit your club! Thanks for watching!!!

    Ronnie

      How can I practice my listening skills?

      Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

HI Ronnie, i am tomik i have been USA for 3 years. when i want to speak with a Native Speaker i fell my brain is frozen accidentally stop my brain i mean at that moment i feel i have never heard this language befor.what should i do please help me.thanks so much.

Tomik

You’re a great teacher Ronnie. You’re my favorite on the ENGVID.com…

Vitor

hi Ronnie..your lessons were very good..could u please give some more questions like these???

uroojnaveed

Hi Ronnie,
I love so much your teachings. you are the best.
Congratulations!

Eliano

Many thanks from Russia. What a great way of teaching!

Basil

you said that ” why did he do that is said as, why did de do that” but if we replaced he with she or they how are we gonna say it?
Thank you

rsa217

very good lesson

amjadveterinary

my hope in my life ibecome like u in engish (envy).

amjadveterinary

This is the first experience that i’ve learned from
thank u so much.

smithpo

Hi
my teacher
I’m from myanmar( burma). I wanna learn more about native speakers’ conversations. (for example What cha doin? like that) Can you give me any suggestion please?Thank you big big.

smithpo

Hey Ronnie do you live in Canada?
:)

marwa

thanhs for help english

menbach2011

0:47 Fail :D

Girayhan

Hi Ronnie,
There is no quiz, so i m practicing here
Wha cha doin / What are you doing
Wherez she / Where is she

Abdul Qayum

    good practice

    Abdul Qayum

Hi Ronnie,
I am from Mongolia and I like your lessons.

I have one question for you.
Could you tell me the difference between “associated with” and “related to”.

Thank you very much.

Byambaa

    Related to means family. You share the same bloodline.
    Associated with means you are only socially/professionally connected to the person/thing!

    Ronnie

lol noob :D

girayhan

And ronnie you noob you are not a native speaker so how can you teach this sh*t

girayhan

Thank you for your answer.

Byambaa

It’s really helpful!! Ronnie is an amazing teacher and I’ve learned a lot of things watching her videos.
The next year I’m gonna go to Canada,so I’m trying to get more used with their expressions and slangs.
Thanks for this and all your videos,Ronnie ;)
Regards.
Regards.

rob25

hi ms.Ronnie it’s really really really an awesome video i appreciate all your efforts in creating like those videos gonna be grace for you at second and eternal life ,,, stay keep up ;) i am from sudan ,, invite you to come here and see our amazing country ..

dentash

Great video! U r nice teacher.thanks a lot

Bernadeth

Thanks a lot. It’s really helpful. Great Job.

jeremy

Hi Ronnie!You teach very well! I understand clearly what you teach! thank you very much!

hongtham96

amazin class

amrmousa

thanx Ronnie ma’am! that was pretty helpfull

usmanswl86

so cool

palm

Hi Ronnie,I’ve seen this sentence somewhere in which isn’t was used just like this one She/He is looking good isn’t? I know the meaning of “isn’t” at this place but I wanna ask has it any connection with helping verb I mean in isn’t and with subject “is” is used as helping verb so If wanna say this She was good or was looking good so will I’ve to use wasn’t with it? You might have got understand what I mean to say and thanks for your previous reply

Muhammad Fahim

    Yes, I understand. These are call “tag questions”. Search the site for “tag questions”, I have made a lesson for you!

    Ronnie

hi! ronnie please tell me more sentences you know I am an indian teenage girl and speaking english fastly will really help in my carier !
reply soon

divyanshi

Thanks

Muhammad Fahim

Awesome Ronnie, I always love your way to teach, its fun and easy.And I will practice this with myself. I dont know many people in Brazil that speak english…well Im your fan!

tatyturner

I really love

clarins

Hi Ms Ronnie, I need help in reading. I find it hard to read new words. How do I read or pronunce a word from the first look.I get confused with sylabus.
Thank you.

dede

Hello Ronnie!

I would like to know, What is the diference between issues, problem and trouble?. Is a little bit confuse for me this topic.

Thanks a lot.

Shelly

hi i am good in speaking english and grammer . i just cant understand films and songs fully.what should i do?

shima

    Use subtitles when you watch films and read the lyrics when you listen to music!! This will help you so much!

    Ronnie

Nice, thank you very much. From Vietnam

slc hoi bat chuyen

Hi, just thank you so much all these classes are very important and fun, i hope i’ll to canada lear more with the native speakers!! Ronnie, luv u. do you wanna marry me? LOL. hahahaha. bye!

josuequeiroz

Dear Ronnie.
Thanks you very much for your lesson.

sisira

Great job !!! ;)

Toni

hey Ronnie,

You are very fascinating english woman teacher ı have ever seen.thnaks for your works..

atila

Dear Ronnie,

You are very good teacher. I love this website; It’s lotsa improve my English. Thanks you very much.

Nadia

That was very funny! Thank you a lot for this video!

lilibet

thank you ronnie

i
love
you
so
much

:)

noor4islaam

thank you

merouana

grear lesson. thanks a bundle

geop147

thx ronnie…..very helpful lesson

paul12

hi ronnie

laila

hello ronnie! hope that you’re in good health.really i like your lessons so much.
i hope that one day i can meet you and share a talk.it’s for me to pay a lunch.enjoying your life ronnie take care and say hello! for all your familly

naturman

thaaaaanx ronnie great job <3

Moe

thank you very much ronnie . i can understand everything which you say it

thuyanh

ronnie, I like your classes…and I have learned many interesting things…from colombia regards….paola garcia =-)

tona

hi I’d like to speak very well but is a bit difficult because I live in Costa Rica and the spanish is very common but I don’t have anyone with whom to talk and I want to learn english how can i do?

pily

I have question about the first example — “Whacha doin?”

When you speak quickly this, do you drop the “are”, and you say it like “What you doing?” I, actually, do not hear any “R” sound when you say that question.

I’m asking because Americans make very characteristic sound when they say words of which one ends with “T” and another begins with “Y”.

morfik

Great. Good lesson

leonard

hi Ronnie,
do you have any english class in toronto? i really love to attend if there is.

sarahkalali

Thanks ALot

Danish

I like ur style ..plz go ahead

Mar!am

Ronnie, you are great Teacher in the world, I was hatting English lessons, but now I love it. Thanks you a lot for this video!

mariami91

Thnx a ton ronnie ur alllll videos r really helpful.m upto with my ielts exam it ill b big help from u if u upload sum of the ielts prep video ..waiting 4 ur reply..
take care
b blessed

pia

You are cool, Ronnie! :) I’m listening your videos on youtube every day. Kepp it up! :)

isotec

i like to tell you all of you that what ever you do it is steel difficult to understand native speekers when they tolk in the way they tolk to each other >>>>>>>>

heitham

I Love it, Thanks Ronnie.

Valadares

Hi Ronnie ! My name is Patrick from south France. Idiscover the site with the great pleasure I like your teachin’ on videos You’ re a great profesionnal with humour that’s me confident. What do you ask anymore. I wish very good suite Cheers! Sorry by the mistake ! for this lesson very good . see ya next lesson!

zaguillou

Hi, Ronnie^^
Thank you so much for teaching English.
I love it. So funny.
Good luck.

Page^^

Hi Ronnie, i’m learning through your lessons but there are things i noticed to you using the correct usage of THAN and THEN also A and AN, i remember during my studies, use A in a sentence if the next word start in consonant and AN if it start in a vowel. Am i correct? please help,Thank you.

emma

    Yes! An + vowel (or vowel sound EX.Hour)
    A + consonant!

    Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie to let me know those words.How to understand Native speaker’s Questions.God bless you.have a good one .

Momndad

Hi Ronnie
You are good teacher and you have a pretty face
can i know your age please
I love your voice

aladin

Hi Ronnie,
I’m living in Vietnam.
I like your lesson very much. Although I tried, I don’t understand why I can’t speak english fluently. Pls help me this case ? Many thanks Ronnie

tonyho2211

Hello, Ronnie!
ypu so fun and good :)

Ann

Hi Ronnie ,firstly i want to thank u for ur helpful lessons, i wanna ask u a question?
im from iraq and i want to share with IYLEP (iraqi young leadership education program) can u tell me how can i improve my language quickly!!
and i have a bad habit that i feel shy when speak english because im not sure of my language.. how can i Get rid of this thing؟؟

Uns safa

really useful lesson

nawaif

Your Teaching much interesting,I love it.

Saber

Thanks Ronnie for your beautiful class, your way
of teaching with lively facial expressions makes
learning much more interesting. A teacher like you is really required to get to master the pitch
of the native English Language speakers.
Mr Saurav (INDIA).

Saurav

Your lesson is so funny. I really love to learn from it.

Nhung

hi ronie you are amazing. i was browsing the website but i didn’t find any coursesabout adjective clauses and adverb clauses which is very important for toefl test takers.could you plz have some courses about these?
thank in advance

Hossein

thanks!All help me understand more about what someone says

x.anh

Hi Ronnie,
I’ve been in Toronto (or Trono, as they say ;-) and I suggest you to add four more very confusing native-speaker sentences.
1. Do you wannabag? In the supermarket. They are asking if do you want a bag to carry on your stuff.
2. Wanna a melt? It’s actually a MLT, Meat Lattuge and Tomato. It can occur if you are asking a sandwich or an hamburger.
3. Black bun? Bun is used for bread. You can have your sandwich both with white or black bread.
4. This is the most embarassing. I was looking to the city map and someone asked me: “Do you need the Russians?”. No, I didn’t needed any russian (and my wife would strong opposed to this request). After a while I realized that the man said “directions”, but it sounded as “the russians”.

ssorrentino

    Thanks for your comment!
    However, #3 I think you mean brown bread!

    Ronnie

Hi Ronnie!
Your teaching manner is free, easy and funny, I like it! All Engvid lessons are superb. I have just found them in the web and today made first and I think not the last donation. Hope to continue listening. When the microphone is close to mouth speech is cleaner, without environmental noise, as in some records. Sometimes it could be even better to get speech comprehension skills.

Oleg

Thanks a lot to Ronnie,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Abdiwali Mohamed

I love your lessons, it’s very funny so I like English more thank to you. Have a nice time ;)

onlystar304

I enjoyed this lesson, you taught so fun, Ronnie :D

Deryane p

Hi Ronnie, I really like your topic on how to understand native english speaker. I greatly appreciate on how you impart to your audience the topic well. it is very useful especially for the newcomers in this country, thanks a lot

leeo

Thanks Ronnie! I love your lessons! You’re so funny while you explain… :)
I’m brazilian and yeah, we shorten our language and speak faster too! It’s very common to find this way of speaking in american songs, this way is easier to memorize =}

Francine

ronnie your teaching so gooooooooood but one thing how can improve my skills and communication….

suresh143

Hello Ronnie!good teacher.My EN is not so good,so you don’t smile…ok?
I’m really glad with your lessons,I can understand when you talk….I wish you can go to my country for tour and I can meet you here.I’ll invite you my traditonal food and special,I can see you and talk with you.haha
yes.all right?I hope you more beautiful,more healthy and so on….good luck..bye.

nvh2012

Great job!

ralizadeh

Kind regards from Italy.

qhse69

hi Ronnie my name is seema and i am from INDIA Iam your new student Iwant to learn english from first lesson how can it poocibal plz replay me THANKS

seema

Hi miss Ranni! your teaching method is very good simply i’m enjoying during the listing. your are the best

Mohammad Hossainpor

Hi Ronnie Your teaching chemistry is excellent.I being a teacher of language learnt a lot.Can You please clarify whether ‘each other’ and ‘one another’ are interchangeable?

hari prasad Yaganti

Hello Ronnie,

First of all, let me tell you that you are an awesome Teacher !!!
And secondly, “whodoya like “, what you pronounced sounds like “judia like” in Spanish. Judia = Jewish female, hahahah. The only difference is that the word is stressed different: judía not júdia.
To conlcude, your classes are very funny, clear and usefull.
Congrats !!!!
Alba

Alba

Hi Ronnie,

I forgot to ask you something. Is there, in this website, a place to talk with native English speakers to improve conversation skills? Or could you recommend me another one?
Thank you and I look forward to hear from you soon,

Alba

Alba

Hi my Deer Ronnie! How are you ? I saw your lessons it was very good and fantastic and I like your teaching so much and I always see your stayeel four teaching so I am coming to the point I have more problems in English speacile with speeling when I am writeing so I want to be frind with you and some times give me some advices I AM 58 YEARS OLD PLEASE ACCEPT MY REQUEST and give me your Email to be frind in the future. Thank you and I look forward to hear from you very soon, Abdusalam Elgawashi

Abdusalam

Hello Ronnie, how do you do?
it my problem i can’t understand in short time when have people ask me, please say again, sorry again please and slowly please !!!! these are my answers. thank you and see you.

lee60

I really love your lessons,thank you so much.

abel

great lesson, thanks.

25sigrid

Lucidly explained as always, Ronnie. You’re a very gifted (and funny :) ) teacher.
Just one question.
What about saying, “Whom do you like?”
Would this be too academic or even wrong?

Susanne Schuberth (Germany)

Hello,
I wonder the meaning and use of ‘ Who do you like’.
You had mentioned ,” Hello, who do you see / who do you want.”
So I guessed it might mean ‘ whom you want to talk to or visit .” Correct me.

yiling Chen

thanks rannie

maryam

Hi Ronnie, This Eshete from Ethiopia
Thank u 4 ur lesson
I have a difficultiy of understanding native speakers even having your lesson. What shall I do?

Eshete

Thank you very much for your funny class.

Clemencia

thanks a lot I am from Iran .I come here for 6 month . You are very fantastic .

farmos

i like this site. i learn more about english
i hope i can talk english for good
thanks mam ronnie

jennery

good job

ernest82

Im very thank you ronnie
we need more about that pleas

arkan

THANK YOU A LOT RONNIE
i hope to be a native speaker
but I wonder if the native english speakers talking like you , or you talk easily than them ??

vixi

Hi Ronnie,you ‘re great teatcher I ever seen,your style is amazing.i wish you ok.

Autumn2007

Great lesson!I’m sure it will help me a lot ;)

elenazaghini95

Ronnie, no words to describe it! you are awesome, thanks a lot! great tips!

matcgoes

Hi, Ronnie, I have question regarding an English accents are existed throughout the world.
Why I do understand from foreign citizen who his English is second language more than native citizen of US or KU? Thanks for your time

Ali7171

Ronnie, you’re the best teacher I’ve ever known. Your lessons are so clear and beautiful. Bye

gianca

hey, what “whodey” means???

karl0z

I love it! thanks Ronnie i’m from Argentina!

Cynthia1225

thanks for ur lessons.I find it very helpful. Can I have a question? Can I say “Are u going to the class tomorrow?” by Cha going to the….? and Is that ok if I use “did he= de” in any sentences? thanks.

Bongxu

wonderful! thanks indeed Dear Ronnie to help us to understand native speakers questions :)

Ammar Salih

I will have to a picnic

mszaidan

Hi Ronnie ! Can you make a lesson about using “awe” in a Sentence? You are awesome teacher.. I like the way you teach.

Pelagiafishy

Hello Ronnie!
Just want to ask about the ‘whatcha’ accent, it sounds (also in movies and videos) more like ‘what de you doin’ or ‘whade you doin’ – so my question is simple – can i use it like that ? By the way Canada is my dreamland, I hope I’ll get there soon :)

marek123

Ronnie, i like the way you teach us ^^

fi fadhlina

hi my name is hassan i wanna to learn english so my english is not good writing read and speaking my question how to learn english ?

curguf

Thank you for your lesson.

bummia

Hy Roonie,i’m watching a lot of your classes and i can’t stay serious…are you nuts? keep shining, crazy red head!

nsanfelici

Hello Ronnie, Thank you. Your lessons about pronunciation are very nice!!!

ricmen

Ronnie, you are very cool!!!!

isabelanvf

Can I ask for the different tenses applicable to the verb liaise.

Thanks! I’m really enjoying each video on this site which most likely helping out in improving our communication skills in English language.

Arenn

Ronnie please please! more videos like this, you are an incredible teacher!

roycintalapa

Dear Ronnie, I only want to say thank you for your work and for your videos, you’re my favourite teacher I learn a lot with them and also I’ve a good time, you’re chill. Greetings from Mexico.

manuelengvid

I don’t know why , but am able to understand you… really am gratefull eith you ! thanks a lot !..maybe i am not a good speaker! but i am trying to learn a some more! thanks! god bless you ! teacher!

Julito

Thank you!

goodenglishman

thanx alot Ronnie

mahoudsadoun

hi all this is my skype account “essam.mohamed263” i need some one to practice english with him or her please add me thanks all and thanks ronnie

essamsir

Thank you very much!

Iamhere.

Hi Ronny
I saw all your video and I learnt more and more.
your are the best teacher.
I like to learn from your Grammar and Speaking but I cane find it.
Thank you for everything

nasim155

Hi Ronnie, good evening!
I’m begin course english, so I’m speak very bad, writing bad also…

So, doo you have lab class online?

narciso jesus santos

Thanks teacher!

Lfabian2013

Help me Roonie I have a big big problem in asking questions
I don’t even know when should I use ” verb DO” and “verb BE” in Questions
example: where does she live? / where is she lives?
what’s the difference, I hope you can understand me :/

Aya

    Haa I mean “where she lives?” :D sorry I’m just confusing

    Aya

    Hmmm Roonie read this because I stayed all my day and night searching on it,- you can say like I’m preparing for my PHD lol-

    Aya

Hmmm Roonie read this because I stayed all my day and night searching on it,- you can say like I’m preparing for my PHD lol-

Aya

my comments not completed comments Why!!!!!!!!!!!

Aya

Ronnieeeeee, I’m a great fan of urs))) really, I do like u and the way u explain everything!!!

Syuzanna

thnx my teacher its bees so helpful to me

ihabmuhammed

Hi Miss Ronnie, I love it… a lot of tricks you’ve teach. Very nice. Take Care. More Power to engvid.com

jusjen2014

What a nice lesson !

aboood1994

thanks Ronnie .

yacine skikdi

oh, thank u Ronnie that was very helpful

Mido8974

hi Ronnie you are a nice teacher,

jmurillo49

Thanks a lot!

Fabianafbs

Hi Ronnie..!
You Are A Very Good Teacher…:D

Manoj

Hello Ronnie good lesson. I have a question, how is the pronunciation in this case? “WHY DID SHE DO THAT?”

Briceno9

Hi Ronnie, thank you so much for your lesson, Your style is completely different than the others! I like all of your lessons!

And my friends in Engvid, if you want to speak with me on skype, please add me;

emrah.bulduk@hotmail.com

emrahbulduk1987

Thank you

Nadir

yes it was wondereful
how r ya ronnie

Mohammed Baftiem

Hey ronnie thank you so much for this video. it will help me a lot for my new job because i need to be fluent in english.. I hope that you will upload more videos on how to improve pronunciation. Again, thank you so much.

Witchywin

helpful lesson.
anyone who desires to talk to me in order to improve english listening skills of both, this is my skype address: aliakbar.modabber

Thanks

alimodabber

keeep going !

Iube

Great Ronnie! You are a wonderful teacher!

Rubinio

One day I will be in Canada and these tips will help me a lot. Thank you Ronnie, you’re amazing!! :D

Resmony Muniz

Dear Ronnie,
Thanks for your teaching! It made me so happy that I feel learning English is so happy!

You say if we wanna say girl or more people it woule be whydshe/whydthey/whydyou/whydI/whydit + verb !!!
I wonder, what these words pronounce?

Thanks again!

weiruen

Hi i understand that but sometimes i call it wha r ya doin.

Nickolas Nembhard

thanks Ronnie for the class! Very useful !!

flaviocaldas

thanks ronnie i understood all about the english class i like the way you explain the things

david pineda08

Thank you!

Andres Felipe Arias Mosquera

Thank you very much Ronnie, this help us a lot!!!!

miguel100

Thanks!

dawdbc

Very useful. Thanks

MyNa2207

U helped me alot

sahara.seera

Hey, Ronnie, how are you? Just a question: what’s the meaning of “I’m honking my horns”. I’ve already googled, but the results weren’t very clear. Indeed, they were very nauty! Hehehe. I don’t think that was the case in your video. :)
Thanks for the video. It’s very cool!

plojr

he’s funny nice way to teach

Nirav DJ

ThanQ Ronnie .. very useful!!

sino0o

Ronnie, truly you are one of my fav teachers!!!

Ravishol

Hello Ronnie, it has been a very useful lesson. I loved it and I love you.! ! ! ! !

Marjor 2

hey ronnie can u teach me when should i use ‘been’ ?

amaheyy

Thank you, Ronnie

Sunny Muffin

I thought this lesson had a quiz.

Chirajito

Thank you. Ronnie.

dreamk7x

Dear Ronnie !!! came to Argentina please!!!!! I´ll show my city and practice my English ji ji You are a Great Teacher!!!!

ANALIAMILI

Ronnie were cam
find someone i can speak online

sir khalil

How can I download your video file, pls ?

zaymin

Thank you Mrs. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

Thanks Ronnie have a question how can practice the lesson. Myself ? How can speak better in English?

Lourdesjoveth

hello Ronnie, i love your videos, those videos are very helpful to me.
see ya

ponchomty75

it is amazing ♥

abdelmoniem90

where is the quiz???????

ysnngull

Thank you Ronnie. Se you in next lesson

Mbuta51
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