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Hello Ronnie! I’m happy to be the first to thank you for your lesson. Have a nice day.

beernaard

HiMs Ronnie,what a wonderfulleson

abrahamalukdut218@gmail.com

thank Ronnie,but you should make some questions for the quiz, so we know how understand the lesson

nguyen van long

    i am agree with you

    MartinCastro

      i am agree with you too

      vietnamtriminh

Very very interestingt lesson!
You are great, Ronnie
Thank you very much.

Luke

Where is the source of this trouble? Or who is the source? The person or society? The answer may be ambiguous…

Bitaly

great topic

Urbanteb

Hello Ronnie! I’m, happy!!!

Ronny Pontes

thank you very much Ms. Emma,

Aml Mounier

sorry, Ms. Ronnie,

Aml Mounier

Ronnie you are such a great person I learn much from you,
but I do not live in America I am in Egypt and want to know the American people would you help me, please.

maiehawaree

Where is the quis? Despite of that thanks for interesting material.

achubak79

Useful ,Ms emma

Talky molky

Great topic Mrs Ronnie.

danielchungara1

Hello I like to uour ingish lessons I need ingish great toking please help 🙏me

WASANTHA KUMARA

I have plan to come canada working mechanic if I come to canada I join the uour class help me please

WASANTHA KUMARA

Today, there are tons of mobbing in workplace. I suppose that it’s because everyone might be stressful due to COVID social restriction. However, mobbing leads to environment more negative and stressful/// Should cut them out.

chaco22512

this is very good website, thanks a lot

gul.2706

your the best I like your corrector I wish you all the best and you life!

Azizi786

Thank you Ms. Ronnie.

Alex-1956

thank you teacher

Mameali

Hello Ronnie, my name is Luca , I teach English as a second language in Italy.Nice techniques.Thanks!

Luca330

Hello thanks for the lesson

masalasc

thanks

mianfaraz

Hi Ronnie! I wonder… Why do most of you so called native English speakers of the U.K., the U.S.A., Canada and Australia pronounce the word “common” more like “comen”? I find it odd enough because I remember when I was a schoolboy many years ago our English teacher had told us to pronunciate this word like this: “comn”, i.e. she had told us that the second unstressed vowel “o” English people usually swallowed. And we respected our teacher then as a Guru in the proper way of English Grammar Understanding and all that. Now when I hear “comen” flying out of mouths of native E. speakers I cannot catch the meaning of the word at a first stroke… And freeze for a certain time not knowing what to do

Andrey Hard

And your information of mobbing is sad enough. I guess more light should be shed on this phenomenon.

Andrey Hard

Thank you. But how we can prove this?

GSumeyyee
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