261 COMMENTS

WoW i get 10 over 10 ,, i think some of them by luck

mohamad dableh

    As a grown person I need help with my English, I am very happy to find this programme. Any special assistance I welcome it. Thanks

    lawrence

    there is no quiz

    Herobrine

    their is no quiz

    Herobrine

Could you help me to have a good conversation with my boss. I’m from Vietnam. My boss is an Australian.

Tín Nguyễn Thành

Thank you………….

Nurailin

Thank you for your lesson.

Cuong ta

I was so interesting and I will be practicing as much I can. Blessing profesor

jair

Muchísimas gracias!! De gran utilidad para nosotros los principiantes.

Saludos!!!

Jonass

    ¡De nada!

    engVid Moderator

      Dear noderator are you Alex..? I bet you are…

      marc anthony

        I’m actually not! I am a whole different person :)

        engVid Moderator

          Mmmm OK I accept it

          marc anthony

Good lesson.

lin siew ong

Thanks Mrs Ronnie for explanation ^_^ . hope you the best .

Love life

Thank you , i love this lesson.

jary

Hi, Ronnie! you are great!
I have a big problem with pronunciation.. but not with English, I know its off topic but still I believe you guys would help me anyhow. I’m learning dutch and I am not able to pronounce G in dutch. For example.. “dag” it means -> day. If you have any suggestion for that please reply.
Thanks!

Anil

Short U and long U like u: Is this the correct phonetic symbol?

Cuong ta

really funny and usefull lesson was…thank you

semra

It was very beautiful and Amazing Lesson. I want another)) Please Ronnie…Di It For Us)

conakry

Many Thanks

khalid

thank you ronney, i love your theaching.

anooshehb

    sorry for my fault about your name dear ronnie.

    anooshehb

many thanks but could explain lake like lick

khalid

thanks teche very very goog !

shivan

Thank you so much for the lesson. It was very helpful, clear and understandable.

flegui

it was very good lesson thanks

sam75

Thank you Ronnie for the lesson. Now I have to practice.

Hector

ahahahahah I love this woman … fun lesson

dafmau

Thank you Ronnie for the lesson. I need more and more lesson.

Soheyla

I never stopped listening the way i was saying these words: Could, Should & Would, i was saying them wrong, but now i’m ok, thanx Ronnie. Amazing lesson and you funny as always =)

RoSena

this video is cool! thanks

apinaya

adorable!!! I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!! :) :) :)

Anastacia

Fine, thanks. :)

arasm

helpful, I can’t say the u long, I feel a fool but thank you again n’ again lovely Ronnie.

Efrain Dominguez

ms ronnie u r wonderful teacher and i really like your way of teaching lot of thanks to you…

saloom

how is the best linguist ever now?

Mahdi

Where is the test?

bonhob

Nice lesson, thank you.

robybz

Thanks a lot Ronnie. I really like to watch your lessons. These lessons are very usefull for me. Thanks to all engvid.com team.

Mehmet Can

nice :)

najl2

I love watching your videos. Thank youuuuuuuuuuu very much indeed !!

Hajare

HELLO THERE.
COULD YOU MAKE A LESSON ABOUT ”SHALL”?? THE WORD THAT’S RARELY-HEARD IN MODERN ENGLISH?

misfer

Thank You,Ms Ronnie, for your interesting lessson! You are real Teacher! You are native Teacher. So sorry, that I have no met You earlier.

svan

In fact, the difference or the pronunciation is difficult rather,however, this’s teacher is so nice and that still possible !

Waleed

very nice lesson,thanks

rabbani

very good lesson!thanks all teacher I wish all teacher lucky for ever!!!

lon sunlim

Hi:)

fatiima

gr8 lesson for me……..ronnie thx…

vishal

Hi, Ronnie! Thank you for your lesson! It was really great, actually as usual))) Please could)) you make a vidio about words that are used for diffetent degree of some personal strains. E.g. when someone says that he/she is confident, does it mean that the person has a good strain or bad? cause as I know this word in English may mark either bad and good strain…Please halp!

Kseniia

gr8 frm me…thx

vishalsaini

Hi dear Ronnie
i think pronunciation is really important in English learning too and it’s good that have more pronunciation lessons….
and where is quiz????? :D :D
thank u so much Ronnie.

Dado

good lesson thanc you ronnie

pegabop

As far as I remember the Return of The Jedi had such a line of Han Solo: Luke, look :-)

Przemek

Good lesson! Thank you very much!
I have a question.
When we talk about plural of nouns and verbs in 3rd person after which consonants when we should pronounce /z/ and when /s/. For example: “knuckles”?

aki95

thank you very much please help me I have a problem with I,E,O,A ALSO PLEASE HELP ME

fathe

Ronnie, THANK YOU very much for this lesson !!
I was waiting for this lesson for quite a moment and now I discovered that it was right here on my favorite “language learning website”. (I’ll need a correction for this formulation for sure ^^)
This was the first time I showed this website to my girlfriend and she loved it all: the website, the lesson and without a surprise you and your funny way of teaching. Although we had two different theories of how to pronounce the first sound we could see and make the sound correctly. I’m learning and learning with you and all the teachers in this website. I hope that you will continue to make videos about pronunciation in special vowel’s. Example that can be used ɒ vs ɔ.
Thank you very much again and merry christmas in advance ^^.

carlos77

Hi, thanks for making these videos, they’re really helpful. I’ve got a question, one day I was watching this tv serie and in one moment someone said that isn’t grammatical correct to put a preposition at the end of a phrase, but I don’t get it, because according to this the sentence… What are you talking about? would be wrong but it’s not! Please, help me.

Camila

    It’s a common, but false, belief. As you point out, there are plenty of obviously correct sentences that end with prepositions. Here’s a longer post on it, if you’d like to learn more.

    engVid Moderator

      Thanks a lot :)

      Camila

Hi Ronnie ! Marry X-mas and happy New year for all Engvid members :) Please can you give us a lesson dealing with the vocabulary needed when going to a store or a mall (to buy something) …

bilel

Hi,
This lesson is great but I’ve a special request
can u pls. make us a lesson on the comparison degrees esp. things that can clear the confusion i have e.g
i like more english than french
or i like english more than i like french
which one is correct? pls. help me

ahmed muwafaq

    It is always “I like noun MORE/LESS than noun”.
    So, I like French more than English.

    Ronnie

Hi Rooney! i consider myself a good English speaker (I’m from Argentina so my first language is Spanish) but when it comes to pronunciation I just can’t say these two words: “mountain” “To Focus” … just cant, please help! :)
You guys are all just awesome but Roonie you’re my favorite.

Roberto

    “Mawn-tin”. Whenever you have -tain in English, we always say “-tin”.
    TO foe-kus….. jajjajaaj becareful, it may sound like fuk-us!!!!!!

    Ronnie

      1- ok, i’m trying
      2- that’s wh I asked, I always make it sound like the F work … but the Foe part cleared it up – Love from Neuquen Argentina! Thanks so much!

      Roberto Fernandez

I like your way of teaching madam. Thank you for your wonderful teaching.

irshadbtech2011

Dear Ronnie,
You know, then you teach us. I don’t konw, then I learn and clap my hands to you. Congratulations for this helpfull lesson. How about another lesson with bad words and slangs. We don’t have opportunities to learn these stuffs in the schools Happy new year.

PAULO - BRAZIL

You are great!!! Thank you! Happy New Year!

Igor

HI.Ronnie
sorry can’t understand why we Pronounce soot like (suht) why we didn’t Pronounce these two words fool ,food like (suht) because spelling is same with double OO
Please explain It
thanks

Rashid

hiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

hatif

Please, pretty make a lesson about going to a hair\nail salon >> please please

Rey

    Sorry I don’t get my hair/nails done so I cannot make a lesson on something I don’t know about!

    Ronnie

      Okay :(

      Rey

honorable teacher, you are my best teacher. all of your class are really extra ordinary than all of teachers.

TUHIN

gOOd lesson!!! :D

blessy

hi every body .
i want to download these videos but i cant !
pls help me .

dariush

Thank you for your lesson. :)

kabeer

thanks so much
it’s very good

sherif

you are great keep teaching . it is a gift from God .
Ronnie, If i had a daughter,I’d name her after you.

becoca

    What a nice compliment to our teacher Ronnie :D

    jimmysaenz90

Very good lesson

Abd EL-rahman

Hello, could you please make a video with difference between lack, look, lock, luck in pronunciation ?

victor

hello ,thank you so much .this lessons are very useful for me & my friends. I hope you continue this lessons.

ali

She deserves sir and you too Jimmy

becoca

Thanks Jimmy

becoca

Hello teacher Ronnie could you please do a video showing how to pronounce the word Toronto correctly, because some people say that people from Toronto pronounce this word different from other people so I’d like to clarify this.

peteko8

Thanks

Khpalwak "NAZIMI"

Thank you so much Ronnie :-)

mariedith19

Ronnie you are a great teacher,you makes me laugh,and learning with you is awesome thanks

loly71

thanks to you
2012

maan2013

You are an excellent teacher!!!

maria

Thanks Teacher :)

phuongkt

Many thanks,
I hope if you explain another examples.

Regards,

Zakaria Tarawneh

Thanks,but a question still. How can I know whether i should pronounce uh or oo.

kraken

Thank you so much for the lesson, it was very helpful.anyway, could u plz ur next lesson be about when the letter T in some words pronounced D. Usually when it comes in the middle like “water'”waDer” but also in some words like “about””abouD”. could u plz help us with this?

Thank you so much again

Ali

I love the way to teach us..thank you, happy new year Ronnie

yudelrosales

    Hello Yudelrosales,
    My name is Marcelo,
    Nice to meet you,I would like to get new friendships for improve my english,if haven’t problem to you,of course,
    I’m student here in Brazil and working with maintenance of crane.
    Grateful,

    nerismarcel

good i like

sneha

thank

alalhn

Thank you very much!

aijan

I’m beginner in english. So, was too utility for me. Thanks.

Marcio Ferreira Couto

dear Roonie . .. I use to watch ur video. . I like yr teaching so much. .. I m running my school. .. I wanna knw wat would i say the students those r studying in my school. my skool name is ST. BERNADETTE’S SCHOOL. …. as students of st. Francis college are called Franciscan. . Wat would i call my students? ????

Shabana

Dear Roonie … I used to watch ur videos., I would like to join as a teacher in any school in India but i feel I’m a little bit bit week in grammer plea suggest me to improve

radhakrishna

I want to ask you some questions. Now I’m selling products on internet.I’m Asian and sometimes receive the letters from my worldwide customers (mostly from US).It’s not easy for me to reply them because English isn’t our language and I want to know about basic writing of business letters.Can you help me?

Pao

now i can disting between uh and oo thank ronnie and engvid.com

ali

Thank you so much Ronnie!

Said

I have been studying for a long time but I never realized that I was speaking “could/should” wrong! Thank you for helping me, dear Ronnie!

Sally S

You are very nice , thank you Ronnie

fadhila

Check your email for an email from Engvid and click the link in it!

engVid Moderator

you are so good at teaching Ronnie, every teacher should be like you!

leandrouni

Thank You so much Ronny

ram123

Very good, It’s perfect. Funy and very good hear a native explain this sonds.
Thank very much

cassiolacerda1

thank you. it’s usefull things

dinhbachqn

Thanks Ronnie ,I really appreciate it.My best wishes to you.Have a great New Year .

Momndad

hi
u r amazing

medo

you are awesome, I love the way you taught.

Ali

very good

mengxianliang

i like Ronnie too much

mengxianliang

Please Ronnie can you do a video explaining the difference between think about/think of and other phrasal verbs please!!! :D

nathknights

    I’m adding it to the list of suggestions! In the meanwhile, have you seen our other lessons on phrasal verbs? Here’s a beginner lesson and an intermediate lesson to start.

    engVid Moderator

Gracias Ronnie!, me encanto tu clase. :)

javier2313

Thanks

a.m.a

    thank you very much

    a.m.a

Could you tell me the difference lack, lock, look, luck in pronunciation please!!

victor

please do pronunciation lesson on contraction like i`ve or i`m etc

tanveeriqbal

nice lesson!

angelous

you are the best i am a beginner nice too see you thanks

heero

u no what i like ur lessons and ur way to teach thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanx alot mwa

paco6

Hi Ronnie, thanks and congratulations to your method of teaching, i hope to could use this method as a lecturer of the university.

Hasan

I like , I am new in this blog sorry for my bad english

bautism5

hi madam, your funny teaching style is excellent.

Giri

Hi Ronnie ! i loved your method of teaching, let me know you that i learning !! thanks

edgarvargas

Dear Ronnie, thanks for this lesson.

anselmo

Hi Ronnie, could you tell me if the first above shown symbol sound is like the “u” in cut ?

carlos77

perfect perfomance! thnx Ronnie :)

moj

Awesome lesson very helpful, very interesting and very funny all at the same time, your commentaries are excellent , you seem to understand exacly how a non-native english speaker could thinks…..thanks a lot Ronnie

argenis

Thank you very much

Yassin

teacher. thank you for your lessons.

I have a question..

I think the pronunciation of ‘COULD’ sounds different.. in compared to ‘uh’ sound…

ummm?

Lina

hey my name is yussuf mohamed i spek engilsh
but i can,t red

yussuf

I signed up this site 2 days ago,and since this time i had listen all teachers here.I don`t know why but i liked Ronnie`s lessons more then other.She can explane all so easy way and her lessons very funny.Thanks Ronni!!!

pearl99

This is Abdus Salam from bangladesh. i want to learn english languse & lenses,please need your kind cooperation.

Abdus Salam

it’s really difficult….. :(

Danh

Hi: Ronnie is there any tricks where I can make spelling easily

vaishal

I know you may not read my comment , but I like you and your way of Explanation, thank you sooooo much for helping us learning English to be like native speakers

samirkhozaimy

    I have read your comment! Thanks!!

    Ronnie

Very nice and if you can please make a quiz for this lecture.

My Best Regards

Tariq

tariq123

thank you Ronni for the lesson it was helpeful but, i still have qouition about the diferent between the pronuncition of the foot wich pronunce with uh the short one and the food with long oo ,to me both has the oo in the meddil , so they have to be same prounucition plz would you clear this to me thanks

sophia

    Fut = foot
    foooood = food

    Ronnie

      thank you Ronni for your help

      sophia

Thanks you can me.

María Isa

What’s the difference between these 3 letters when pronunciating?: Ʊ, U, W
I’ve found them in phonetic dictionaries, so I don’t know how the last letter sounds like.

tilobrs

Very nice teaching

shyammohantv

it was a very good lesson thanks too much.

tarek495

i already know this. i love english language but i can’t speak. i hope this site will be halpful for me.

fatumquddusi

you’re simply The best!!!!! I learn for plesure with you Ronnie…

albertina

enjoy,,,, thanks teacher ronnie:-)

redge

thanks for the great lesson.
I have a question How to improve from my pronunciation of English language?
what is the best sites which present good lessons? teacher Ronnie:)

rawdaa

Is this site contain all pronunciation rules for British English Mrs: Ronnie?

rawdaa

Thank you with professor Ronnie respect
I feel he studied directly :)

saleh066

what is the best way for improving my English pronunciation?
Is there in engvid all lessons of british accent rules ? Mr: ronnie

rawdaa

Roonie, she’s funny and I like you!!!

Jumboy

Roonie, thank u so much for your time (:
that was amazing!
hah but I need to still practice it.

Viviana

We need more academic vocabulary

And how to can spill correct

Thank you so much

Amal

thanks so much

sheikha

Would you please teach us to pronounce l and n?
I have some difficulties to tell them apart. And also I want to learn the pronunciation of “-ear””-or” in different words. If you could teach us, that would me great! I really appreciate your help.
Your teaching is amazing!

Yamin

Ronnie! You are the best teacher! I love you so much! Thank you very much!

Boris

Thank you my teacher, I love you very much Ronnie

santak1989

Ronnie you are amazing teacher,i love you ,i love your way about teach,great respect to you,and i hope one day i can speak and write well english. Big Thanks dear.

amiraashraf201

Thank you.

Gabriel

Hello Teacher Ronnie,
You’re very funny,love your method….but
I was a little confused,but I’ll go to try.

Take care

nerismarcel

thanks…….

brahiminf2008

thanks alot…………..

sayed

I had fun learning this lesson Ronnie.

wakeelahmedchanna23

thank you Ronnie

acmeman

hi Ronnie please tell me more about “cooed” meaning

acmeman

thank you very nice teaching

hameed

Hi Ronnie! Thanks for your lesson! We learn and smile equally at your videos! You are great! :)

kikeypatri

DEAR MAM

i have a little prob on the usage of ”where”..i know how to use it with all other ways besides this rule please help me..
I wanna know how to use ”where” with these words and what the grammar rule is..pls give me a few examples of your own ones..

1 Due to the volume of emails we receive we are unable to respond to the emails where the answer can be found on our web site itself

2 If you have gone to a website where you have to create an account for yourself..

3 This procedure should be followed in cases where dishonesty has been alleged.

4 I heard a strange noise from the upstairs where the children were playing.

5 There is a stage in life where you can’t even hold a cup of tea.

Thanking you
ROYSTAN

roystanbonzo

that grait end you so funny .ilove your lessons

anouar

Hi Ronnie, you’re my favorite teacher, thanks to Engvid I’m improving my English because I want to go to Miami on vacation and need to understand and speak enough to survive without help from anyone. Thank you.

claudio0311

Hi Ronnie! I love your lessons,Could you give information for Skype lessons?. Thank you very much =)

sil1

Dear Ronnie, you are the best teacher. Thank you. Now I know how awful is my pronunciation.

limonka

Hi Ronnie! Thank you for your lessons. They are great! I’d like to ask you something. Could you make a lesson to explain the difference between the sound of “pleaSure” and “pledGer”? I’m not talking about these specific words. I’m talking about the sounds. I’m a Spanish speaker, and is really difficult to disting between them. Other examples: “meaSure” and “maJor”, or “verSion” and “virGin”.
Thank you and I’ll continue learning with your excellent videos.
Horacio (from Uruguay)

horacio

Everyday, I’m learning with your videos.
You sometimes do funny action and it makes videos very funny and not boring.
I expect you to make more lessons here.

minourajapan

Hi Ronnie!Your way of teaching is splendid.I am big fan of you.Thank you so much for your lessons.My problem is I can’t speak English fluently because of less confidence in me.I want to learn tenses and speak English fluently.Can you please help me.Hope you will.

kana777

thank you Ronnie

hoda

Hi, Ronnie !

I am waiting your answer about my subscription. I love your class. You are the best! thank you.

nilza2010

Dear Ronnie,
Thanks for your help.
Another great day, breaking walls.

Good day.
Ed.

ed1207

thank you ronny

kuoi1988

Hi Ronnie!
I just want you to know I am a big fan of yours. I also teach English but as a foreign language. I have recentely engaged in a discussion with a “fake teacher” who has been deceiving many people here in my country (Brazil). He claims to have discovered a “formula” to learn how to pronounce English words through the representation of sounds with the portuguese spelling. In other words he tries to write English words with portuguese phonetic sounds. Example he says we can learn how to pronounce house by writing hause. It’s ridiculous! He has no idea what he is saying but he’s been supported by many politicians in our states and federal governement. Rio de Janeiro state is using his mathods in public schools! This is outrageous!
In my effort to expose him I have engaged in a discussion with him on a magazine website.
http://veja.abril.com.br/blog/radar-on-line/congresso/aplicaram-o-golpe-em-delcidio/
I have used THIS video as an argument to expose him.
I hope you don’t mind me using your class to teach some REAL English and expose this “danger to real teaching” in my country. This guy (Dangello Ciccarini) should be exposed!
People will end up talking like “the Italian man who went to Malta”.
Thank you Ronnie
Peace on you!

eduardocomeup

thanks…

alpido24

it’s good…understandable…thanks Ronnie

sai1977

thanx :D

wisinyandil

    thanx ronnie but i wonder if there is arule make me distinc btween the two vowel sound

    meko

thanks Ronni you very good

noor34

Hi.. it’s very confusing to me how to pronounce these words: miTTEN, wriTTEN, kiTTEN…those words have something in common in their pronunciations…. I speak spanish….it’s difficult to me..

angeep

I like your lessons.

larysa6165

thank you I’m learning with your videos.

nazima

Nice Vid3o

Herobrine

Thanks. It is difficult, but very useful.

gpio8080

Ronnie, you’re great! I love your lessons. Thanks a lot.

Can you please teach us about the “ʌ” sound as in Sun. I have had difficulty with that sound, specially to say the word “done” , sometimes i say something like “dawn” or “Dan” or “Don” instead of “done” but i really don’t know where or how to put my tongue. I would really appreciate it. :)

AdrianaSofia

thank you Ronnie.

jehanzeb

Hi Ronni… Can you make a video about rules of plural nouns?

Luana.m22

    Ronnie*

    Luana.m22

Ronnie! You’re such a cool person! Never stop admiring the way you teach us English! Your friends and family must be so blessed with you, you bring joy and humor in people’s lives :)

ludmilaz

I found 2 new vocabularies for me; “soot” and “cooed.” But I understood the meaning because of your fun gestures. “Soot” is black ashes, and “cooed” is pigeon’s voice…right? Thank you for your intelligible lesson. I had fun :D

Happy04

how to pronounce suggestion and involved

yara ashraf

Very nice!

EmiliRR

luke it´s a name or means luck like when you say hey good luck I´m confused

greetings ronnie

youtube download mp3

japjhon

this is one of the best lessons I’ve ever seen, but I still have a doubt, the words you listed aren’t all the words with the “uh” “oo” sound, like if I say: troop, coop, took, loop etc, so how do I understand when I have to use the “uh” sound and the “oo” sound?? its not like every word with the double “o” is pronounced “oo” and every word with the “u” letter is pronounced “uh”!

SlimShady94

Hi Ronnie;
I really thank you about your great effort.Regarding this lesson I do know the different in pronunciation between foot and food but my problem is both have the same form so could you tell me if I saw a word like cool which sound I give it uh or oo .
I also want to speak English to native speakers to improve my language but by voice not written could you help me?

basmahakim

Thank you very much)

tanjulia007

Thank you very much!! God bless you .

luis123

perfect , but when i should say oo or uh?

mariam fawzy

Hi Ronnie,
Can you help me with the pronunciation of “t” and “d” at the end of the word, especially for verb.
Thank you so much.

jimmyyangddk

hi Ronnie,
I am really happy to watch your vidio and it helps me a lot.
but i am just wondering one thing that..
like.. ” soot “, ” cook ”
first one also has two ‘ O ‘,
and second one also has two ‘ O ‘.
but why is it different long and short??
do you understand what i mean?
thank you!

ABBY CHOI

Could you please help me the different sound of “O”

Bhavna Chaudhary

Hi, Ronnie! I recognize A as in CAT sound easily. But I have some troubles in distinguishing A as in CAR, AU/AW as in CAUGHT AUTHOR AWE, O as in DONE COT OR, U as in BUT. Examples: CAT CUT COT CAUGHT/ CARD CORD/ AUTHOR OTHER/ DAN DON DONE DON’T DAWN/ BAT BOUGHT BUT(T)/ BART BORD/ COFFEE COUGH/ CAP COP CUP/ CAB COBB CUB/ Does the A sound in WHAT WATCH WAS WAR sound same? Do they rhyme with ALL and OR? This is tricky for me. :/

Shineofpointlessmind

thank you very much teacher ronnie
thanks a lot

Mathxpert

Hi Ronnie, thanks for the lessons, you have to be the best English teacher in the world! That would be nice to have more words in u. For example, what’s the difference between look and luck in terms of mouth position?

cnicquel

Could pronunciation is “Kud”, however, you had pronounced “khud” and same for Pool (Ph-ool)and Fool (Ph-ool). I am confuse, please do the need full. You are awesome teacher.

tarunendra

good lesson! =)

slycross

Please Ronnie Please make a video about uh vowel pronunciation uh as in cut, cousin, fun explaining lips place, tongue placement. I’m really struggling with this sound. I will really appreciate it.

Jackiemartin64

:)

ann ann

Thank you Ronnie.

During watching your video I realize that now I need your help how to distinguish the ‘uh’ sound(in ‘soot’) from ‘ə’ sound( in ‘sir’) – because in the way, how I’m now trying to pronounce the ‘uh’ sound, it sounds more like ‘ə’sound, so my ‘look’ sounds like [lə:k].
Thank you for your help.

LelikBolik

you are very fun,i love to watch your lessons!!!!!!!!!

carlohpqd

Ronnie, I really love you, you are the best English teacher that I have ever encountered during the 32 years of my life. I have a challenge with the pronunciation of words like “Southern”, “Northern”, “rather”, etc. Will be great if you can help in this area. Thanks.

mohhamdy21

Thanks Ronnie for the great lesson

jcsouza

where is Quiz ?

zeinab makram

hello ronnie
i actually love the way you explain your lessons.
you are giving us the information in a funny way that why we can keep’em in mind.and i wanna ask u a question about how we can use *get to know something or the similar expressions*

Rahaf karta

Thank you very much

raadali

Hi Roonie, great lesson. By the way, I have this big problem when I try to pronounce words with “au” like automatic, or with z or v. For us (spanish speakers the letters “b and v” and “s and z” sound exactly the same).I hope you can help me..thanks..

pinguidj

i don’t see any quiz and this repeated in many lesson

fady 99

Thenk you very much, very usefull class.

ss200612560

Hey. does u in bus and pull have the same sound? when i say them they are slightly different. i guess… bus is more like buhs, pull has a bit ‘oo’ sound.

xxxsamson

thanks for the lesson >you are amazing

yokaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Hi Ronnie, you’re so far awesome! I got the sounds, but my problem is how can I identify what sound say? The spelling are totally different! Please help me! Have a nice day!

Glau Wertz

Thank you so much Ronnie.

X-Ray

Hi Ronnie, I have a questions, my teacher gave me a topic about IPA ” long u (oo) and short u (U) . I’m confused about what it is, help me please to discuss this. Thank you!

rominanavalta16

Hi
I would like to ask a lessen…
for writing, how can I know when use “-sion” instand “-tion”
or on my writing, how do I know which vowel put?

emanuel.yash

thanks Ronnie!! I love your lesson so much.

Nguyen Van Hau

thank you so much Ronnie, got yourself one more fan :)

you made the lesson really enjoyable and proficient. I wished I had learned this at school in Spain….we learned to read before we could speak!

olganika

Thank you so much Ronnie.

noviandani

Thank you Ronnie!You are so funny!!😂

AnnA14

hey Ronnie can i ask you to made video for all tenses in english please thank you..

ahmed922

Hello
I like your lesson because my pronunciation is not
good but now its better

FAHARRAZA

thanks!

shihai182

Thank you im weak in listening

zadie99

Thank you teacher.

dreamk7x

hii my amazing teacher im fadi from syria I have problem with my spelling is horrible I have a lot of spelling mistakes please can you offer any kind of lesson or materials etc… its would be help full for me

withe my love

Fadi Naanaa

    Hi, Fadi! Maybe Rebecca’s list of 240 common spelling mistakes will be useful? At the bottom of the page there is a list of related lessons that are also about spelling.

    engVid Moderator

      Thank you, im just searching of useful technic to learn how to spell correctly I have already seen this videos :)

      Fadi Naanaa

Thanks Ronnie.

magnomsjmsj

Amazing class dear Ronnie but tell us what happened with the test of this class……. I don’t mind it’s enough with your clear explanation…..anyway bye and many greetings from surco

marc anthony

Thanks for your clear explanation.
But I want to know if “bull” pronunciation is like “full” and “pull” too?

tfjang

Thanks for your clear explanation.

But I want to know if “bull” pronunciation is like “full” and “pull” too?

tfjang

When you say “suit” and “Luke” I hear a small “ɪ” before the “u”: where does this “i” come from? Looks like a different way to pronunciate the “u”.

bigmim

there is no quiz

saiqa
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