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  • He thinks he's so special. There, give him some horns, a little tail and a beard. Oh, hi.


  • James, from EngVid. I was just getting ready for the lesson. Hi. This is a Mr. E Special.


  • There he is, all perfect again. He's doing a special because his name is E. He thought


  • he would do the "Magic E".


  • When you're learning English, and for many people learning English, here's something


  • I've always said when I teach: English is a very stupid language. You must say everything.


  • The problem with that is English is not a phonetic language, which means just because


  • you write it, it doesn't mean you say it. We're going to do some lessons, and this is

    你寫它,它不意味著你說它。我們將做一些教訓,這是... ...

  • one of them, where I try to help you with spelling, because you won't be able to get


  • it from the words. It's not like Spanish.


  • One of things is you can use markers. These are markers. Markers help us find things.


  • In the English language, we use markers to tell us something about whether this letter


  • will make a sound, whether it changes the sound, or what sound the letter should make.


  • In this case, we're going to work with the "Magic E". We have it here. "Markers are letters

    在這種情況下,我們'將與"魔法E"合作。我們這裡有它。 "標記是字母

  • that don't represent sounds." They don't say this is the sound, "...but tell us the sounds


  • of the other letters in the word." "E" does that; it's a very, very good friend of ours.


  • It's special, like this marker. In this case, we're going to talk about the silent E, or


  • the "Magic E". The silent E is a marker of a long vowel sound. That means it's going

    the "Magic E"。沉默的E是一個長元音的標記。這意味著它'的去

  • to say A, E, I, O, U, instead of "aw", "eh", "ih", "ah", "uh". Drink too much, you sound


  • like that. It's going to tell us it's a long vowel sound of the syllable it finishes. What


  • is a syllable? It's a vowel sound, from a grouping, so just keep that in mind. When


  • you say something like my name: "James"; even though it's got two vowels, it's only got


  • one vowel sound, so it's a single syllable. There.

    一個元音,所以它'是一個單音節。好了 There.

  • Okay. The first thing it will tell us is that it is a long vowel, and let's give an example.


  • Well, this word is... wrong. There's no "mete"; I meant to put this, "mat". A "mat" is something you

    嗯,這個詞是......錯的。There's no "mete" I meant to put this, "mat" 。A "mat"是你...

  • stand on in your house when you get out of the shower or the bath, a piece of fabric


  • that keeps your feet dry or keeps the floor dry, "mat". When you add the magic E -- that's


  • why I put the E there - "mate." All of a sudden that "ah" sound becomes "A"; "mate".


  • What about the next one? If you like chocolate cake, like I do, mm baby, you're fat. But


  • if you meet the doctor -- Doctor Fate - "ah" becomes "A". Doctor Fate. Go read a comic book.


  • How about "not"? I often have girlfriends go, "You're not going there this evening."


  • I always go, "But I want to." The "aw" sound becomes "O" when I write her a very nice note.


  • I write her a note saying, "I love you, baby." She goes, "Well, you can come here now." No


  • more nots.


  • What about the next one, "cut"? If you meet Mr. E and you touch his girlfriend, he is


  • going to "cut" you; he's going to cut you real good. If his girlfriend likes you it


  • must be because you're "cute". "Uh" (sound) becomes "U"; cute.


  • This one; do you know this one? I love when foreign students try to say this one. They


  • go "Hoogee. It's a hoogee, right?" I'm like, "No, it's a hug." To hold someone and to hold

    去"Hoogee。It's a hoogee, right?" I''m like, "No, it's a hug." To hold someone and to hold

  • them tight close to you -- hug. I have a bad joke; I won't say it because my Russian students


  • are always saying: "You must be more serious, much more serious when you do these lessons."


  • "Huge." Insert your own joke. "Insert" means put in -- put your own joke here. "Huge" means


  • very big. Once again, "huge" - "U". "Huge" not "uh" (as in "hug").


  • Some people tell on me when I do bad things, and we call those people "rats". They also


  • live in the basement of my house. Send me money; I need to move, bad. If you're important


  • in Toronto, you "rate"; that means you're important; you get special consideration.


  • Or we say, "What is the rate? How much do I have to pay?" "Rate". What is the rate?


  • Next, "pin". We usually use this for clothing. Pin things together. Or if you break your


  • arm, they'll put in a pin to hold it together. "Pin". I love the smell of "pine" in the morning,

    手臂,他們'會放一個針把它固定在一起。 "針"。我喜歡"松樹"早上的味道。

  • it smells like napalm. No, that's another movie, "Apocalypse James".


  • "Rag". My clothes are rags -- I have a hole here. I don't even want to show you back here, it's got


  • holes. But I do fly into a "rage", which means be very angry, like Hulk. "Me Hulk!"... not


  • really. Hulk is bigger and stronger. "Rage".


  • I've shown you examples where I took words, added the "Magic E", and they went from short


  • vowels to long vowels. Single syllable words, so I make it easy for you.


  • What else does the "Magic E" do? See, I can speak English and gibberish; those are my


  • two best languages. Number two, it also tells us something about the "th" sound. Some of


  • you have problems with the "th" sound because it can be either "ffff", more like an F, or


  • "vvvv", it buzzes. "Vvvvv" -- I feel Spanish when I say that.

    "vvvv",它嗡嗡作響。 "Vvvvv"--我說這句話的時候感覺是西班牙人。

  • What happens in this part is it vibrates and it tells us that if you have an E at the end,


  • it becomes a 'vvvv', a vibration sound, and it still has the long vowel sound. For instance,


  • "bathe". When you take a "bath" at night that's "ah", but if you "bathe", that's more of the


  • verb sound, more of a verb. "I bathe" -- that's the action, so by adding the E, not only do

    動詞音,更多的是動詞。"I bathe"--那是動作,所以加上E,不僅是

  • we change it from a noun to a verb, we get the "v" vibration, and we know it's a verb.


  • How about "cloth"? Cloth is material, but you put it on your body we say, "clothe";


  • you're putting some clothing on yourself. Once again, it becomes a verb and we get the


  • "th" sound. Long O - "clothe". The last one, I "loathe" it. "Loathe" means hate. After


  • you fly into a rage, you will probably loathe something. Once again, I'm going to be off for a second


  • but look. "Lo", as in long O... "th" vibration because of the E.


  • I'm quite aware that you didn't loathe that lesson; I'm sure you loved that lesson. I'm


  • looking forward to teaching you more. Let's go quickly over the letter E. When you see


  • the "Magic E" at the end of a syllable, it's going to make a long vowel sound -- A, E,

    的"Magic E"在一個音節的末尾,它會發出一個長長的元音--A,E。

  • I, O, U. It will also, if there is a TH, make it vibrate - "vvvv" -- so it's going to help


  • you when you're reading, with your pronunciation.


  • I hope you love the lesson, not loathe it. By the way, you should bathe -- check out

    我希望你喜歡這堂課,而不是厭惡它。順便說一下,你應該洗澡 -- 檢查一下。

  • the "Smell Yourself" lesson, "Clean Yourself" -- you'll like that one. I think that's about

    的"Smell Yourself"課,"Clean Yourself"--你'會喜歡的。我想這是關於

  • it. Mr. E, you did a great job. I take it back, you're not a worm at all; you're a man


  • of stature. No more ears for you. You guys, you need to go to the website, which is,


  • where you'll see myself and other great teachers willing and ready to teach you.


  • You might actually meet a mate because that's your fate. Take note, she might be cute. He


  • might be huge and you do rate. Don't pine over them or fly into a rage when they leave


  • you. But if you bathe, I'm almost sure when you clothe yourself just well, you won't loathe


  • yourself anymore. EngVid -- bye.

    你自己了。EngVid -- 再見。

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