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  • The first word is happy.

  • As you might have guessed.

  • Heavy.

  • Happy is a happy word when you feel good, when you feel positive when you are excited, you can say I'm happy.

  • I was so happy to see my friend the other day.

  • What makes me happy food?

  • I'm happy right now.

  • Energetic, energetic.

  • When you feel happy, perhaps you also feel energetic.

  • You have that sort of like uplifting feeling.

  • This chair is squeaking every time.

  • I don't really describe my friends or people.

  • People as energetic, I might say a dog or a cat is energetic like, Wow, your dog is so energetic.

  • What is she doing?

  • She's running everywhere.

  • Is she okay?

  • Maybe I would say about myself.

  • I'm very energetic today.

  • If I've had a lot of coffee like lonely, the next word is lonely, lonely?

  • I don't want to talk about this word.

  • Maybe you've been spending a lot of time alone or there's someone that you really want to see or you want to see your family members Or maybe you're working too much.

  • I don't know.

  • Whatever it is.

  • Maybe you're you just you feel like you want to talk to people or you want to see people be around people, but you can't.

  • You can use the word lonely to describe that feeling.

  • I've only been working for the last few months.

  • I haven't had a chance to spend much time with my friends.

  • I'm feeling kind of lonely, nervous.

  • The next word is nervous.

  • Nervous is used for any tension, any anxiety, excited but in a bad way about something.

  • When I was a child before my piano performances, I would get so nervous I would be so nervous my hands would start to shake, and then I couldn't play the piece I've been practicing for months.

  • That's why this is great because you're not here.

  • Give don't be disappointed in me.

  • Upset.

  • Upset is a really, really useful word.

  • Any time you feel sad, angry, depressed, disappointed, unhappy.

  • In general, you can say I'm upset or he or she is upset.

  • It's just a general unhappy word, but it doesn't mean unhappy.

  • It just means something is wrong.

  • There's a way a person usually behaves, but I'm upset.

  • Means something's not right in a sentence.

  • I might say I'm really upset about my performance last year.

  • I was too nervous, and my parents were disappointed in me.

  • I'm sad now.

  • Whoa!

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, equation.

  • The next math word is equation equation.

  • So, up until now we've been talking about a part of an equation.

  • But the whole math problem, everything there is called the equation.

  • So the process that you need to do in order to solve Ah, an equation an equation is something that you do to solve a problem.

  • This this part of the equation this part is the solution.

  • The ending, the result is, is the solution.

  • The problem is called the equation the process, the math process you do to find a solution percent percent.

  • This is very a very useful word you can use, of course, when doing math or math problems.

  • But you can also use this when shopping, for example.

  • So a sale is five percent off, 10% off.

  • It represents a discount.

  • You can also use percent to describe effort levels.

  • For example, a sports team.

  • Ah, coach might tell his team I need usual work at 100% today, so it's used to express the level of something, but it can also be used in sales and in math related terms.

  • NPC, NPC means non playable Character There are other characters within the game that move the story forward, but that you cannot play as you cannot become that character.

  • But you interact with them.

  • I have to talk to an NPC in order to move this quest forward.

  • Next is Camper.

  • A camper is someone who is waiting for a creature to spawn, So a person who's waiting for the monster to appear is called a camper.

  • You can use camping as a verb to to talk about that like I'm camping this monster.

  • Really.

  • People camp other players, I suppose so, depending on the kind of game you're playing, MMO is a massively multiplayer online game means you can play online with a lot of different people.

  • Essentially, the next word is sister.

  • A female sibling is your sister.

  • You can also use sister for a female person that you feel very, very close with, so I might call my female friend, who's I'm very close to my sister, my brother likes to shorten it to cysts.

  • You might also hear Sista as well, If you are silly.

  • Sister Whoopi Goldberg was in a famous movie called Sister Act.

  • The next word is Brother.

  • Brother is a male sibling.

  • You can also use brother to refer to a close male friend.

  • Common variations of brother, our brother Bro Bra Rosie Bro Ski.

  • Depending on what kind of person you are, you can choose to use any number of those like, I might sarcastically say to my friend, Cool story, bro 100 if he's told me a story that's not very exciting.

  • In Mario, for example, the name of the Mario game is actually Super Mario brothers.

  • But Brothers is abbreviated as B R.

  • O s Super Mario Bro's.

  • Yeah, just be careful about your use of bro, because it sounds a little bit like a college age boy.

  • Uh, it's kind of kind of a feeling of the word, bro.

  • O brother, Where art thou Sand castle.

  • The next word is sand castle.

  • Sand castles are usually kids.

  • Make them they use like buckets so kids will buy put sand in a bucket or like they move sand into piles and design castles or he's really complicated mazes or something.

  • They make things, make buildings out of sand.

  • We call those sand castles.

  • Um, so it a sentence?

  • My brother and I used to make sand castles on the beach when we were kids.

  • That's true in this sentence.

  • Get the buckets and will make a sandcastle cooler.

  • So cooler is a noun.

  • In this case, cooler is tthe e place.

  • You keep your drinks and your food, it's ah, it looks like a suitcase, but it has a special lining inside that keeps cold things cold so you can put ice inside and it will keep your food and drinks cold while you are at the beach in the hot weather.

  • So, in a sentence did you put a bunch of beers and the cooler?

  • I forgot ice for the cooler.

  • The next word is small, small, smaller, smallest small and little are extremely similar.

  • I would pretty much use them in the same way.

  • However, we don't say When I was a small kid, we say when I was a little kid, or you could say when I was small.

  • The next word is large, large and big are very much the same.

  • I will say, though, that large is used on clothing sizes.

  • Big is not when we talk about big.

  • We talked about how big can be used to refer to something that's very popular.

  • Large is not used to refer to something that's popular, largest used for sizing.

  • I feel only so like a house can be large, but it's used to refer to it like the physical size of something.

  • Ah, large and in charge.

  • Large, larger largest.

  • This is the largest.

  • The bottom is in the zoo.

  • Go daughter, daughter.

  • A daughter is a female child.

  • I wonder if I will ever have a daughter, brother in law, brother in law.

  • So we use in law to mean our married partners.

  • Family members, not my brother, but my partner's brother in law is used after any family members position or Family members title to show they they belonged to my partner's family originally, but now they're part of my my extended family as well.

  • I'm going out for drinks with my brother in law tomorrow night, Father in law, father in law.

  • So we have in law here, meaning my partner's father.

  • So my father in law is very kind.

  • The next word is work.

  • Be careful about using work as a noun and work is a verb.

  • Your work refers to your job.

  • Your responsibility is your tasks at your office or your work place.

  • You can use it in a phrase like I have a lot of work to do or please help me with my work.

  • I like to go to work.

  • It could be used to just refer to anything artistic in general, so it can mean a king.

  • Be a painting.

  • It can be a building.

  • It could be a sculpture.

  • It can be, I don't know, whatever anything artsy can be referred to as work, as in I really like that new work by that artist.

  • Or did you see so and so's new work toward the next word is weak.

  • Ah, week refers to the seven day period that we have decided is one week here in the modern world, commonly used in expressions relating to your activities, as in, I go to the gym once a week or see my friends twice a week, or I have to work every day of the week Monday through Friday is referred to as, Ah, Weekdays, Saturday and Sunday weekend.

  • Next word is month.

  • Month is there are 12 months in a year.

  • My favorite month, depending on which country I'm in.

  • I generally like autumn months like October.

  • I think I usually like the month of October.

  • September October is good because it's not too hot.

  • Not too cold.

  • Halloween is coming in.

  • That's my favorite holiday.

  • Hannah Month.

  • Tana, Try.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • Try is the next word, huh?

  • I'm trying my best.

  • I try every day to work very hard.

  • Have you ever tried Rahman?

  • I tried Roman yesterday and it was really good.

  • Do you try to exercise every day?

  • I'm trying to sleep.

  • Go away.

  • The next Ferb is leave.

  • Leave.

  • Leave me alone.

  • Leave your door's unlocks.

  • Don't leave your doors unlocked.

  • I have never left a hot air balloon without first taking a picture of the next verb is called.

  • Call it the next bird.

  • Give me a call, please Call me later.