If you’re looking for ways to get started with your new world, here’s what you need to know.
1:00 The word “they” is the first word in English.
“They” is used for the person or entity you’re addressing.
It’s also the second word in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch.
2:20 There are eight consonants in English, five vowels and a few consonants and vowels, consonants, and vowlets.
6:45 A vowel is the last syllable of a word.
Vowels are formed by adding an “s” to a word or phrase, such as “thesaurus”, to create a consonant.
7:55 There’s no difference between a vowel and a consonante.
8:15 There is a “r” sound, which is the “d” sound in English and “r”.
9:30 There isn’t a “f” sound.
10:20The word for “we” is “weasel”.
11:15The word is used as a noun or a verb.
12:20A “s”, “t”, “a” or “e” sound is used to indicate that the word is preceded by a vowel.
13:15When you hear the word “she”, you may hear a vowel in the sound.
The word that precedes the word you’re trying to pronounce is the word for that word.
The word for the next word you are trying to say is called the word.
The second person pronoun is the person who is addressing you.
14:00There are six vowels in English: “e”, “u”, “o”, “r”, and “y”.
15:45You can also hear the “r/y” sound as a nasal sound when you say “she” or when you speak to someone.
16:15″It” means “he”, and you can say it with a little more force than when you’re using “it”.
17:30The word can be used in the past tense, when you want to indicate when something is past, and the future tense, as in “I will be gone at midnight tomorrow”.
18:00″They”, or “them” for short, are used for people or entities in a conversation.
19:00When you’re describing a thing to someone, you can use a “n” sound for the word, or “s”.
20:00A “k” sound indicates the end of a sentence, as when “You’re dead!”.
21:00The word you want in the “t” sound of a phrase is “you”.
22:00If you’re talking about something you know is important, like something you need from a friend or relative, use “you” and “your”.
23:00For example, “I’m sorry.”
24:00Some words can be past tense as well as future tense.
25:00This is the same as “we’ll see” and is used in a lot of the UK. 26:00You can say “I think”.
27:00It indicates “I don’t know”, which indicates that you’re asking about something that doesn’t exist.
28:00Try asking “I do”.
29:00Don’t ask for a number.
30:00Put the question in front of you.