Sense = cents? So in the word "sente" we pronunce it as if it was an "TS" at the end? Even if the letter "T" doesn't exist in this word?
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Battery is also used in Britain
Cheque is a British word too. Clothes is not pronounced same as close (in British) + homonym and homophone are two different things...
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Very good! Don't understand why some people gave down vote.
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Hello Ronnie! What about "WAIT" and "WEIGHT" like... I was waiting for my sister while she was losing some weight on the treadmill... They are exactely the same, aren´t they? thks...
"Cheque" -Canadian and Spanish spelling and meaning is the same!! ;D
It has the same spelling and meaning in Canadian English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
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i was always taught to pronounce "clothes" or any other word with "TH" with the tongue between the teeth. Is this technique correct?
+Alma6est yeah it is
well not really. because u you would be saying cloths instead of clothes...
[ Clothes, Clothe, cloths ]
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Could anyone explain the difference between those 3 words, please ?!
I was taught to pronounce clothes like there is no ( -he-) = clot.s !
Thank you so much!
homo means the same.
Cheque is also in England, where english originated from
What is a check mark?
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Thank you! I'm feeling like I've discovered the world with those information. Good job :)
For the people saying she's wrong that sense and cents are homophones, it depends on if you have an accent where the t is emphasized for not. Like, the word internet is often pronounced like "inner-net" in North America or even the word often can be pronounced as "off-en". Hence, why they sense and cents can be homophones.
Why six is afraid of seven? Because seven, ate, nine...hohohoho
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Lol... very good!
OK I am very bad at homophones, so just bare with me. Ok I'm 23 and never liked school but passed high school. I was never good at math,spelling,or reading big words. Most likely I'm not going back to school because I already passed high school. School never was my thing. I always needed help with homework and it got so bad with math that my mom had to do it for me and I just copied it but I knew I wasn't going to use algebra and going to a tutored wasn't going well because I never could process what was going on. It was bad for me, school was not my thing. Homophones are almost just as bad, I forget about the words being used in certain subjects. I type some words and I type wrong so the keyboard underlines a red line under the word I type if spelled wrong. I would always get so confused with homophones, I don't know why we can't just use the one word like it is 3 there/their/they're, wish we could just have one. I sometimes wonder how can people remember all those different words that sound the same and remember how to use them right. It's hard for me. I watched this video and forgot it. I tried to get it though.
And what about ate = eight = hate
Is that correct Ronnie?
Bom, como acho que vc é Brasileiro, vou explicar a pronúncia de forma aportuguesada. Ate e eight = eit. Já o Hate, pronuncia-se reit.
Amazing video and lesson, Ronnie! Btw it's /kləʊðz/ (clothes), /kləʊs/ (close) as an adj. and /kləʊz/ (to close) as a verb. Nobody really knows it but they are no homophones at all! Three different pronunciations! Check that out :)
I've been studying languages, linguistics, sociolinguistics and interpreting skills (kinda heavy, I know). Bye ;)
I'm also from Canada!!! Good English!!! =)
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That porky teacher speaks like for stupid fcktards... Emma is the best!
Afraid of terrorists, tiny sheeps? Alah akbar :)))
shut up with that dirty terrorist language you speak
+Vladimir Kishlaly If you don't want to watch her videos, just don't say shit about it.
Иди нахуй, человече. Быстро иди
she is trying to help you speak better English you piece of sh*&. Klishlaly what the f**k kind of fresh off the boat name is that
and what about choose and shoes is the same pronunciation ?
thank you so much :D
+vladcain Choose is like in "CHavez", and shoes is like basque "x". (or German sch, Romanian ş, French ch)
You cannot hear a difference because your language doesn't make a difference between these two. If you speak a lot of English you will soon hear it :D
No, I can explain the difference if you tell me what languages you speak.
Are bare and bear homophones?
Congratulations for your video and thanks!
yes and bare also has several meaning such as "bare skin" and "too much to bare"
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Hello mam Ronnie. I find your videos very interesting. I want to learn english step by step? Where should i begin?Thank you mam, I'm from Philippines.
Ronnie... You're so cool and i'm falling in love with your lessons... I watch them all the time (y) ;-)
Ronnie you're so funny:-)
Thank so much
Yes I do, Ronnie. You have a pretty good sense.
Useful and interesting!
i thought "HOMOPHONES" was a community of gay cellphones =P
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Useful to learners .................
Very good. I like that.
Hi! "cheque" also exist as the same meaning in Spain.
No, in England, a cell is a part of a battery
We British people also use cheques
how about "no" and "know"? they are homophones aren't they?
hi Ronni ! i am tunisian ! you are so interesting teacher ! i like your style of teaching mmmm you pass the infor
mation so easy to understand for anybody! God bless you ! hope that you can help me to improve my knowlege in names of big familly ! for exemplethe name of the father of my wife in english hehe ? ... thanks a lot
Hello Ronni, I am Colombia (South América) so usefull Classes thanks a lot
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we all love u Ronnie
im from iraq
Have any questions on english ask me (A naitive speaker of the queens english).
I like when you say this word "About"
I say clothes and close differently, I say the "th" sound it clothes
gracias,los videos y la forma de enseñanza ,se mira que se esmera la profesora.thanks for videos. The teacher its good.
we pronounce the clothes "klods" the close "klows"?
Clothes and close are homophones??? Really? mmmmmmmmmmmm
Ronnie,thank you very much.GOD bless you.
I really love your classes! you have a special way to teach us. I am so glad that you guys from engvid have been help us with your knowledges, cos be a native speaker does not mean that you can teach the language, but u guys are doing that perfectly! (specially you who is my favorit!!!! Thx for all!!!!
I ATE EIGHT PIZZAS :) LOL
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Though = "thow"
Thought = thot
Tough = tuff
Thorough - thur-row
WOW!!! English is so strange and difficult! I hope that helps!
i need some help with: Though, Thought, Tough, Through, Thorough!!!
Excellet video, very usefull, thank you very much
A joke for this video:
Joke: Why does Captain Crunch like older computers?
A: Because they have a Serial Port!
the english is litle dificult understand the sound phonetics is confused so much worlds diferent than spanish my mother language but i like when understand you
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Veru good explanation thanks a lot!
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A bite of the byte (the word of byte exists since commmmmmm-puters exist)
I hear here because I ate eight bites of byte, so check it out Czechs that I have a sense that it'll be not cents on my cheques even if my cell sells myself. I'm gonna close with clothes my body now, my computer have a serial doesn't have any scents of cereal.
Some choose some words and some chews on some words. Get the set of picture?
I like to use brackets if I have a set of conclusion, which is (not that) important.
Do you like math Ronney? No??!! Ah okey...
There are mathematical sets for the words as well. Set of A includes (byte, hear, ate) set of B includes (bite, here, eight). A n B (intersection of two sets) words include like (well, gay) however A can be a symmetric difference of set of B and set of B can be a symmetric difference of set of A, but people confuses it with set of A is a subset of B, so B can be a subset of set A, because set of A is included in set of B.
Sen-sei? and kents? lol
Great, fun and very usefull lesson for us : french people. TY
i'm not sure ,, does really sense sounds like cents ?? but sense does not have a T and also i always hear it in movies , as sense without T like " he have a sixth sense " i hear it without T , so does "sense " sound like "sense" or "sentse" ??
When you make the THR sound, your tongue goes out then comes in quickly, like a lizard! If people say "tree" instead of three it maybe because they are Irish???? Or have an accent!
Months is like "mun-s" and clothes is exactly the same as "close"!
Thanks for watching and best of luck!
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omg that was priceless lol I never heard that before and i love it, I'm gonna use it whenever homophones come up, which is...never. unless your in english class I suppose.
She clearly just doesn't pronounce her T's very well.
Ikr! I don't get where she got that idea from.. :/
I'm British and we rarely say cell for battery. We say battery.
As others have said, 'clothes' and 'close' aren't homophones, and neither are 'sense' and 'cents'. Maybe in very quick speech they sound the same and you wouldn't hear the 'th' in 'clothes' or the 't' in 'cents', but they should be pronounced nonetheless.
maybe because of after "cloth" has "s", so its changed the pronunciation n same pronoun with close?
@flyxawayxxx - In the UK it would be wrong to leave the 'th' in clothes and have it as a homophone of close. Admittedly, the 'th' is very slight, but it's there nonetheless.
@funkyfawz - I'm Scottish and English is my first language. Clothes and close are not homophones. Cents and sense are not homophones. If you've been taught otherwise, then I'm afraid you've been taught incorrectly.
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"Cheque" Is the way it's spelt in England and Ireland, so cheque" is not a 'very Canadian word'
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I think everyone needs to see this video. If there is one thing that I have learned online, it is that a lot of people, whose first language I am sure is English, confuse different homophones like there, their and they're.
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