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74 COMMENTS

I have 8 out of 9 thanks for the advice :) I really need that in my life

Abderrahmane89

I am the second person to leave a comment.
I got eight out of nine.

angry

Hi Ronnie. How you doing?
I´m from Brazil and the expression is “mão de vaca”! Literally it’s “cow’s HAND” :)
Thanks for the class!
Let’s save money!!

alan.jefferson

Really I am so grateful for your great lesson. It is amazing advice to save money I think that penny-pinching is a keen way to cover our needs and to make our ends meet thank you Ronnie.

tameradel

ths Ronnie , but about question no 8 : taking public transportation is also costs money whereas riding bike or walking cost nothing ..any way i got 8 out of 9

yasser Daoud

Hello Ronnie,thanks for your lesson I like it

TCHAGOUNI Agoro Aboudou-Fazazi

I like so much this quiz

ivanovitch6127

Thank you Ronnie.

Tyrion

Short arms deep pockets ;)
Thanks Ronnie!!!

knopfler86

Hello Ronnie. Greetings from Colombia, I liked very much this web to increase my skill with English language. Thanks, and by the way to a cheap person in my country we tell him “amarrado”. :D

Take care.

Paulo Alvis

I got 9. Thanks Ronnie!!!

Mgdamazio

Thank you teacher….!!!

Jakub Alvarez

Hi Ronnie,

there is a good adjective that means the same as stingy, tight, close-fisted and cheap : MEAN.

adrijana

    Hello Adrijana,
    That’s correct, but only used in British English in the sense of “cheap” (person).

    David

      Hi David,

      I don´t know, but I looked up the word “stingy” in Macmillian Dictionary (American) and there are synonyms and related Words : frugal, open (= cca open-fited), mean, tight, …

      adrijana

        Check “mean” as an entry (adjective). I’m pretty sure that the dictionary will mention that it’s a British term.

        David

        Hi Adrijana

        ITS British word and it is mean penny pincher

        mustafaalfazari

A lot of thanks for the video Ronnie, but, and the subtitles?

Enrique Otero

    I just added them!

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my dear RONNIE really i love ur way of teaching even it’s some times a gangy style but so funny :) love u and wish really i could meet u one day in real

kholio911

Hi Ms.Ronnie,
How are you? Hope you’re doing just fine. Thank youfor your lessons. Looking forward to meet and greet you. Have a blessed day ahead.

Oopps! Is my english correct? 😁

cristalhernandez

Hi Ronnie. The correct way to say cow hand is “mão de vaca”

Gabriel

thank you Ronnie! nice lesson

Roberto

thank you i like it

adamnetwork2020

Great lesson, but I think you can save more money if you walk instead of take a bike or public transportation jajaja.
By the way , if you come some day on vacation to the north of Spain you can save money calling me.
It would a pleasure for me to carry on in my taxi for free.
You will welcome , Ronnie .

Cascoxa

KKK… Here (Brazil), we normally use mão de vaca to someone that is a penny pinch or frugal… thank you Ronnie…

Claudiomorassuti

Hello everybody. Another expression of people who do not like spending money in Brazil is “Pão Duro”, like “hard Bread” kkkkkkkk

jpacamargos

There is another usual expredsson here in Brazil meaning the same thing: “pão-duro”, literally: “hard-bread”.

gersonbr

A really way to save money is to pay with any debet card that has an option “cash back” and the card must be served by your employer. I have that and every month get some money back. Even whether it is 5 rubles. :)

Vladimir

Hello, Ronnie!

I’m a little bit confused about “mean” Ex. he is too mean. Is it the same meaning as he is so cheap??
I’m a penny pincher as well :-)

Fang001

Thank you!

HomerS

Thank you Ronnie,
Nice and informative subject .

drhazim

I got D 9/9

drhazim

Hi Ronny, I’ve being thinking… that would be good if we could leave you a voice message, so, You could rate our pronunciation
and to correct our grammatical errors. What dou you think about it?

Igor

9/9 ! It was so funny, thank youu

dejavvu

9 correct out of 9.😁

Francaisenoire

There is always something new to learn thank you for the time taken to share your knowledge in such an interesting topic as well as the personal touch

79Dex

fantastic, I know how to save my money.

zhouxing

Thank u for ur lesson

hanankamal

U r great

bomidi

Thank you Ronnie

arauzjason@gmail.com

Hello,
i’ve got 8 of 10.
thank you Ronnie.

arrows1

OMG I didn´t know it about the organic products!

CamilaDub

You got 8 correct out of 9.
Thank you from Brazil Ronnie! It’s cool you speaking about cow’s hand.

marcos.ab

This is my first time here and I liked it already.

Baudin Sultanov

Its my good luck I have this website. please, keep me close, I need it.

Engr Mirza

thanks for Ronnie’s advise.

Tracyqiu

9 correct.👍

Teelucm

Hi,Ronnie can you make a video of summer dress vocabulary i think it’s a great season to learn summer dress vocabulary ☺

Madhukar

89% It´s fine, Thanks Ronnie you are awesome.

kanky

Good tips!

LVN

good topic

Muhannad204

Love the part of the change the stickers hahahahahah … you are so funny! thanks for the advice!

yanycarrasco

It was very interesting lesion thanks Ronnie

gaboge

Thx Ronnie, interesting topic, this lesson help me very much and I saved a little bit of money! XD

SherlyYT

YOU A LITTLE BIT LOOKS LIKE MACEY FROM THE ELLEN SHOW. YOU SHOULD SEE IT

IMFitrahAmalia

or i should say, macey a little bit looks like you. because you are older than her

IMFitrahAmalia

I got 7 corrcet out of 9.Thank you .
I will keeping learning

ellabai

I have 7 out of 9 thank you for advice and good Idea to learn English

Ahmed Elnour123

I got 9 out of 9 ☺☺

Maung Zaw Phyo

buying a bike will change your life, you will no have to spend money in gas, you’ll do a lot of exercice, it changed mine! thanks ronnie, Im becoming a money saver now

4lejandro

This is the first test i did it here and i get 8 so thanks my lovely teacher

mustafaalfazari

I like you

hassan.farag.9898@gmail.com

You don’t need money if you live with your mom.

Farielleen

Hello everyone,
I brown bag it each day that’s why I’m in tip-top shape. I feel healthy. I never go out for breakfast or dinner. I always make food at home.

But I’m not penny pincher. I always buy new stuff from shops. I never wait for sales or dicounts.
I can say. It’s something like a my bad habbit. I guess. But I don’t care.:)

Thanks Ronnie for the next great lesson.
Till then. ;)

marcin95

thanks ronni for this useful lesson
if you get some money don’t forget to shared with me (lol)

Askyar

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“Penny pincher” positive? Are we sure?

al willis

Hello everybody

Adamon

Hey, Ronnie! Here in Brazil we say “mão de vaca”!

amandalimapereira27

Hi teachers !
I am Hamed from afghanistan and I really love English language. One thing which is mentionable is the matter that I wanna be on of your teachers as soon as possible Please wait for me !

Hamed Farivar 99

I would like to provide my saving money tips for you all. First of all, I will write down all of my expenses and check it monthly. I think this is the best way for me to check where is the money gone.

Second, list the things you have waste.

Three, cook yourself.

yeeharn

Drink beer at home. Save money!

Egghead
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