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Swedish Level 1

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13 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Pronounciation

    • 3. Indefinite articles - en & ett

    • 4. Useful phrases and questions

    • 5. Pronouns

    • 6. Asking for directions

    • 7. Prepositions

    • 8. Numbers and dates

    • 9. Verbs

    • 10. Adjectives

    • 11. Nouns in plural

    • 12. Ordering food

    • 13. People

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I have been teaching Swedish for a while now, and decided to put together a little course in Swedish for beginners. 

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1. Introduction: Have you decided to learn Swedish? Do you need fast results? Are you sick and tired of those boring grammar books and endless exercises? I will help you succeed. Hello everyone. My name is Medina and I will be your Swedish teacher. Let me introduce you to Volume One of my Swedish Course. This is the first part of my Swedish cores and he's an introduction to the language. Instead of giving you simple phrases to learn, I will give you all the tools needed for you to start using the language on your own. The secret of learning a language is not only learning the grammar, it's very important to also learn the correct pronunciation and how to sound like a native. The purpose of this course is for you to become a level A1 in Swedish, which means that you'll be able to have a basic conversation. As important questions. Learn numbers and dates and other important things for you to get around in the Swedish society. Their main focus, however, is to have fun. So I'll try to make it as fun as possible. Let's go. 2. Pronounciation: Hello everyone. In this part, I will talk about the pronunciation and the alphabet of the Swedish language. The Swedish language has a few particular sounds that you need to learn in order to speak correctly. So as you can see, the Swedish alphabet is very similar to the English one, except from the three letters at the end, or yes, that is exactly how they are pronounced. But let's try them in a word or your work get down. Yogis. A var. Yogis, by the way, is a word itself and it means an island. Now, most of the letters in the Swedish alphabet, Sanford, is similar to the English, but some of them, some totally different. Lets take a look at a few common combinations and single letters. So the first combination that we're gonna take a look at is s. So those two letters together are pronounced as her. So in the example of the word that we would read it as, the next letter that we're going to take a look at is whore. Now who is very soft in the Swedish language. So we would read the word as hay. Next we have who are. Now Hawaii is interesting because we don't Reagan pronounced they hold. We will just read yi. So in this case, if I want to say help, I would say Yelp. Yelp. Not pronouncing the whore. And the last one we have u, right? So we start as the English J, we would read it as yogis. Yogi. There is also a difference in how the vowels are pronounced depending on what comes after them. So how an example of two words, The first one is capped. Now this word has a double consonants following the vowel, which makes the vowel is short, cut, there is a short a. The second word is car, where the vowel is followed by a single consonant, which makes the verbal long, car, long a. And yes, I have a picture of a shortcut and along cookie for you to remember that there is a role that is good to know about Swedish pronounciation and that has to do with three letters and what follows down. So we're going to start with Mr. G. Now, Mr. G in Swedish is gear. So if gear is followed by one of these letters, ear, he becomes y0. So this word would be read as UTM. Utm. Next up we have core. So if core is followed by e, he becomes Sure. So this example, it will be read as sialic. Next up we have a score. So if score is followed by one of the same letters, he becomes her. As in this example we would read, who wind up hinder. Another sound that is very common in the Swedish language is the sound, yes, you heard correctly. So the combination em, gear together makes this sound as in this example on the lightning and the listening. And the second word is to ning. Ning. So this was the end of the first part of my course. I hope you liked it. But before we finish, I want us to go through all the new vocabulary that we have learned in this episode. We have learned a few pretty useful words in this episode. So let's take a look at them again. The first one is or gap yogis or so or kmeans to go by vehicle. Yogis or is, I am going to eat your ad? I am eating. Var to practice, yoga. Var, I am practicing. And then we have a bunch of words here. So yogi means me, right? Or I. Hey, is hello. Sol. Yelp, Help you. Jim, Evening Magazine. Who? Linda, hurry, sialic, love, and unleash hardening reason. So we are now going to use these words to create sentences with them. Hey, yogis here that matter, not young enough, he met jag or care till you met yogis, who Hindu Yogis, the Harvard Yelp Yogi, last set and turning. That was Edward today I'll see you in next class. 3. Indefinite articles - en & ett: Hello and welcome to part two of my course. In this part we're gonna take a look at the indefinite articles of the Swedish language. They have kind of the similar function as the English a or M. But unfortunately there is no simple rule for you to know which is which. But I will give you some tips. So that indefinite articles of the Swedish language, R, m, and at around 75% of the nouns in the Swedish language have the article M and 25% have the article acts. I will give you an example of an N word. We have seen the word on the deadening and that is actually an AdWords or M hardening. If we are talking about an indefinite reason. A reason at him is a Jim's who was an indefinite gym at him. Now, if we want to make these words definite, we simply take the article and put it in the end of the word. So an unlearning becomes unclear. And at u becomes u met. Now, as you see there, the asset loses a T when it jumps to the end of the word. Another example that I have of an inward is an kept a cat, which becomes then one, it's definite. So their cat is kept them at a room. Is an indefinite room. A room becomes a real maths indefinite forum. Now you may wonder, when would we use the definite form? And the answer is that it's pretty similar to the English language, how we would use it. So let's take a look at this picture. Poor build them, see out of the room. So we would say on the picture, we see a room. So picture here is definite, but the room is indefinite. Illegitimate financing kept in the room. There is a cat. So now the ROM is definite because we have already spoken about the room rate, but we have not spoken about the cat. So there, there's indefinite, kept them solver poor. And could that the cat now is definite. And sleeping on a pillow that we have not mentioned yet, could done blower. The pillow is blue, so now the pillow is definite. Poor Bildung, CMV OXO n family. So now the picture is definite because we know that is a picture. But the family is indefinite because we haven't spoken about it before. Their family is watching TV. So now the family's definite because we have mentioned it pretty easy, right? I hope that this was helpful and I'll see you in Part three. 4. Useful phrases and questions: Hello, welcome to the third part of my course. In this part we're going to take a look at how to introduce yourself as Swedish. And the one thing that is very good to know about this Swedish people is that they're never really formal with anyone. So they would even address the king as do, which just simply means you. Now this is very symbolic for this Buddhist society where everyone is considered to be Equal. Pay. Heard moderate. Hey, hey, you've Aquino CIA day and I'll Brahma day. They bought a Brahmin may take in the morning, we do say good moron. But keep in mind the Swedish people eat lunch around 11 o'clock. So the Morning ends pretty quick. Gone nuts is used before we're going to bet, as you can here, I am swallowing some letters at the end of the words, right? So it wouldn't see gold Morgan. We would say, Go moron, three oblique val, if you want to wish somebody a nice evening, young hit their Marina. Yogi or birdsong, Lara, jag, bu re, Stockholm, men, you're convert, ruin her iceland var here to do for your burdensome. Vrbo do var Coleman, Do you throw on she says that sounds like neon and date your ticket to Jana ladder. Many desperate watch. Theta biophilia goes Mmm, innovation that, let's take a look at some words that we use for questions that are good to know. Now is when, how, where as a location vault, where as a direction vault is what them is who. So it's time for our first quiz in this course, you're gonna get a question and two options of answer. And I want you to think which answer is correct. So we're gonna start with the first question, which is not poor, yada, yada Bourdieu do, when do you start? And you have two options, yoga, Buddha, or yogis here tomorrow. So which one of these two answers do you think is the answer to the question? Yogis Bourdieu clock Canton. Yeah. And that means starting at ten o'clock. The second question is, who would Akamai yogis deals the Honan, How do I get to the station? The first option is go more wrong. The second option is gore rocked from or SEM till her good. Gore rocked from or Sam deal. How good is the correct answer? So that means go straight forward. And then to the right. W4 adder, var, Where are you? The first option is gore rocked from or certain deal, how good? The second option is yogis are Puyi myths? Yogis are puja is the correct answer, which means I am at the gym. Next question is VD Scott, who gaze so much? Where are you going this summer? Yargs, Scott Walker tilt Eastland yoga boot camp? Yep. Yargs got orca, the T-SQL lamb is the correct answer. And that means I am going to Germany. Vod ark locked down. Vod ark locked Gump. What time is it? Yoga, Buddha clock until your clock Gan Zou Yan added to x2 is the correct. Answer. Them scar do ring. Yeah. Them scar during yup. Who are you going to call? Yogi scattering, Yemeni yogis go orca tt's clumped jobs getting I mean, then is the correct answer. Good job. I hope that this was helpful and I'll see you in Part three. 5. Pronouns: Hello and welcome to the fourth part of my course. In this part, we're gonna take a look at the pronouns of the Swedish language and how to use them. So the first pronoun that we have already learned is YAG, which means I. Further on we have du, which is you harm, which is he, horn, which is xi. Then we have v. That is, we know that is un plural. And Dom. Yes. So this little word is pronounced as Dom, Even though it's written as DEA. We always pronouncing as Dom. Are we gonna take a look at the same pronouns, but if they will be an object, so on the right side you will see that it says, the ring may. Now earning may means call me. So now the pronouns have changed and they become an object. So a ring may ring, de, ring home nom Bellingham that bring us hurrying. Ear ringing dome. Okay, So synchronization here is kind of strange, right? So Meg and do, the first two pronouns to the right are pronounced as may or day always. And then we have the last word that is them, but it is always pronounced as Don, just as in the subject form. Now let's take a look at the possessive pronouns. Salt for yogis, which means I, if I want to say that something is mine, now here, it kind of also depends if the object that I possess is an n or an outward. So the first thing we will see is meet a room. Now what is an AdWord? So therefore we say meat room, mean cats now counts is a cout, is an underworld. So it gets, it becomes mean cat in the possessive form. And then the last, and then the last word we have is nightcap, dead. And now that is plural, cats in plural, and they are mine. So then we put an a in the end of the pronoun and we say, the same thing with you. Do so did to room deem count does not count there. And then we move on to hymns or harm. He hands the room, hands skeletons scattered there. So pretty easy, right? This doesn't change. And if we want to say that he is cleaning his own room, he is washing his own cat. He is washing his own cats. Hands that are CD-ROM. Tantra does seem cannot hunt that does silane knocked out there? So in that case we would use seat scene sooner if the pronoun is already in the sentence. So harms star that see-through. If they would say that harms that are handsome, Then we mean that he is cleaning another man's R4. So the same thing with Shi Hou on him. That's room, Hannah scout, henna, scattered homes that are see-through home Tibet that seem kept about Doris and I kept that. And then we have v. So that is a we vote room workouts, voice chat that each ERA count EM kept there. And the last one is damn sought DRS room, the era scouts, the scatter. So here we see the same thing as with Han or home DOM star. That CD-ROM dumped vet data's seen celt, dumped fat that's in the night. So in that case we would also use seat scene. So let's take a look at reflexive verbs. So many verbs in the Swedish language are a verb together with a pronoun. So for example, if want to say that he is in a hurry, we would say that he is hiring himself. So HM, who say the same thing for her? Hoon, clean data, say, OK, dome, clean data set. Many verbs in Swedish are reflexive verbs. We are going to take a look at them a little bit later. 6. Asking for directions: Hello and welcome to the fifth part of my course. In this part, we're going to learn how to ask for directions. In Swedish, There are several ways that you can ask somebody how to get to a specific place. Let's take a look at a few. So we're gonna take a look at a few useful phrases that are good to know. You checked up her comma yogis TO a shakedown means excuse me. And as you can here I am pronouncing r and as always as ship. So there's shakedown who call me Jati? Stockholm none. The station is Schechter, jog Leah dot f that Stockholm, none. Can do yell. Pamela. You checked up Varley guerre, Stockholm, none. So var leak get literally means where is something laying, but we use it for a location of the place. That means there as a place. Did, means there as a direction. Had, is here as a place. Is here as a direction. Gore Teilhard Gary means go right, go till vans then is go left. Go rocked from go straight forward, Gore, teal, bar, gap, go back. So let's read them one more time. I'm going to read them for us and I want you to repeat after me. Shakedown, who we'll call meiotic. Stockholm num is shakedown. Yogis Lee at RF. Stockholm num, can-do yell Palmer, a shakedown, Varley, get stuck, Hunan. Dad. Go until Van Gogh rocked from Dhaka. 7. Prepositions: Hello everyone and welcome to this sixth part of my course. In this part, we're going to learn some prepositions in the Swedish language and how to use them. So we will be taking a look at the most important, most used prepositions in this Swedish language. The first one is poor. So poor actually means on, but it's used kind of in many different ways. For example, yogis are poor. Your bet. So in Swedish we say, I am on work. Now we have so literally translates into in. So YAG is done, means I am in the city center TO yoga scarred. Your bet. So I am going or I'm on my way to, to work. So tailed means literally to in none, Yogi var, pour your bet in, numb, your calm him. So in Nom means before. So this sentence translates to, I was at work before I came home. Yogis verb or your bet in numb your calm him. F dead, yargs Scott, till your bet. F data trending N. So I'm going to work after training. So after means, after. Then we have our sort of translates kind of into off in English. So one of my colleagues names is eric and of melancholia gory here. Third, Eric. And the last one is a fertile one. Yogis, or get a throne. Stockholm. Teal Malmo means I am going from Stockholm to Mullah Omar. So through one means from. So now we're gonna take a look at some new sentences using these prepositions. Yogi ringer day after you met Yogi arena day after you met your Gvd stone, a gourd yogis VOD stone, Igor. Yogis are poor vagus, Teal. You mats, yogis are provocatively. You met Urania day enum, jaguar till you met your enum. Here, Gore till you met your scalpel, biliary, moron, yogis, scarp pour billions in modern fleas. Era of Nineveh murdered nine here, done fully era of Nineveh motherboard yet. And so here you can see that we say that several of my friends live in the close by. So we would use here yogis, OK, deaf Rwanda model Mao, teal, Stockholm, a dog. You're OK deaf Rwanda model Mouth Til Stockholm, e.org. 8. Numbers and dates: Hello, hello, hello, hello. We are now at the seventh part of my course. And in this part we're going to learn numbers and dates. So the numbers in Swedish are kind of easy to learn. We will start with an OR at 430 year. Fam sakes. Who? Dao. Joe. That wasn't difficult. Come on. And then we have L lava, tall liver, Tourette, Don, Don found Dong, sex dom, dom, dom, neat Dong Shou goal. So after that it gets pretty easy because then you just have to say 405060 and then add the number. So for example, sugar, Sugar, Sugar, Sugar, Sugar, Sugar, Rfam, sugars, sakes, Chicago, who sugar or sugar to recto. So it's pretty easy. And here we have the months in Swedish, Those are very similar to English and this will be very easy. Yonder RE February, marsh up real my uni Uli Augusti, September, October, November, December. If we want to say a specific date, we have to change the numbers a little bit just like in English, you wouldn't say one February, we would say first of February. So the same thing as Swedish for Andra. Three at the end. Found them. What? Honda or Tonga, NANDA to yonder L, tap, Tosefta. After that is pretty easy. You would just say, threaten their view, Don that formed on that. So just add that to the ending. If want to say those years, we would say to voters Santiago ads that we are in right now. Tortoise and Chicago fam, for example. But if, what, if we want to go back in time and say 19 hundreds something, we would say neat Don, 100, neat deal. So just as an English, we would say in 1990, Let's take a brief look also in the weekdays in Swedish. So the first one is Moon Dog, Monday, Maunder, stop on star, two, star, three down, Lada, some dao. So we don't really pronounce the gene the end. 9. Verbs: We are now at the eighth part of my course. In this part we're going to learn the Swedish verbs and the different tenses of the verbs. So the verbs is Swedish consists of different groups. We have Group one, Group two, a to B, group three, and group for the different groups, change the endings of the words in different tenses. We're going to take a look at those. So we're gonna start with group one or group at, as we would say in Swedish. The first verb that we're going to check out is your bar. The first tense is imperative. So that means, if I will tell you to work, I would say your bath and I would use the tense imperative. The second tens is the present tense. So Yogis, your bar, it means I'm working right now. Yogis, your bad. There is simple past tense, so that is something that is used together with a specific time. For example, I would use this if I want to say I was working yesterday, your, your bud there, igor. The last tens that we see is the perfect tense, perfect in Swedish. So that is past continuous. It's something that I was doing, but it's something that I am still doing. For example, I would say, yogis Hari, your butt here, love a town, which means I have been working all week. The next verb that we see is thrown up. Tran are also belongs to the first group and it changes exactly the same as the word yoke. Group 22 b are verbs that end with a consonant letter in the imperative form. So for example, we're gonna take a look at the verb shutter to drive. So sure, if I will tell you to drive. Yogi shot, I am driving so they doesn't really change here. Yogis, should dare. I drove yoghurt shirt. I had been driving. Guillaume is to forget some telling you do forget. I would say Guillaume. Regular matter is I am forgetting yogis glom there. I forgot yogis hard glommed, I have forgotten. Group 2B is very similar to Group a. The only difference is that simple past form ends with ten instead of that. So let's see the verb for what, what goal? Yogis or care. I am going. Yogis, work there. I went yogis hard. Oct I have gone. Shao. Yang, sharper, young shepherd them. Yogis, heart-shaped. Sharper means to buy. The third group consists of short verbs that end in another vowel than a. For example, bu, live, jag border. You're bold, bet your heart booked through is to believe turtle, Turtle down, hard turret. So you see that in simple past tense, they end with double d, e. Then the fourth group is kind of tricky because it consists of verbs that change in all, in all tensors. So for example, var is to be yogis, are, I am. Yogis var I was yogis hard var it, I have been Haar. Have yogis harder. I have young hub that I had. Yogis hard half I have had. We're gonna watch a little cartoon to see some verbs in present tense, in future tense and in past tense. Hmm, here, there ARE home here, E. So he's called Erik, she's called 7a, earache, your bars. So my Mac Lara E una list. So there are two ways that you can say that somebody's working as something. Eric, your birdsong works as a real estate agent. And then we have Eva una list. So whoever is a journalist, eric, your buddy, some Salia fruit, men Huntingtin to own their. So Eric worked as a salesman before, but he didn't like it. So take your own means to like, took to own is in past tense. E7, Scott, workable semester, I'm toric Core, E of a comb merit or couple semester on two-way core. Now these two sentences mean the same thing, but I will explain the difference. Scott Orca means that you will go it's a plan that she's going to go on vacation in two weeks. E of a comrade or gap means that she is going for sure. She's going on vacation into weeks. You have a var is spawn Nian further ordered on tick on debt. So ever was in Spain last year and she liked it. Earache to care or MAC logger mot to get on. Art means that he likes to do something, likes to do an action. That's why we use acts. If he just likes something as a noun, we would just say to get on hand to get a mess at logger Italians Kmart. So he likes most of all to cook Italian food. Yvonne ticker on art, dance up. Now here a of i is doing an action. She likes an action. So therefore we say ticket on at home done so death may get none were Ingram, so she danced a lot when she was younger. Ok. eric referred us fruitful or some 0s of ultra for the earache or your bet. So here we have the same word that Rafa is to meet. But in the first case is used in passive form. In the second case in civil pass forum. So 3F Aedes means that they met each other. Evo edict refer this fit for or Shun yada, yada, yada CPU, your bed. So ever met Eric at work? Earache, ear scofflaw, they hope nonviable D some months. So Eric and I are going to move in together. They want to live together. So scar flood damages that they're going to move them real boom, they want to live together. So here we have some verbs that we have already seen. We're going to repeat them and also some other pretty useful verbs. So scar is we'll yargs go your Bay dog, for example. Calmer out, is going to do something. So Jaco matter to me some boost son, I'm gonna miss the bus. Km means to be able Yorktown proud Muslim SCAP, I'm able to speak Swedish to get ohm is too like yogis to Grom up, ramps up. Again, if I wanted to say that, I like burgers, for example, I would say Yogis to your own voodoo Yara. So we would not use out there through what it means to think or believe yogis today. At yogis outlook, I think that I am sick to get these to think, but to express my opinion, York to get out how R3 of lake, I think that he's kind or nice Shen that emit feel jag Shen there may be less sun. So I'm feeling myself sad. So we would say I'm feeling myself sad. Shen there is to know somebody, for example, yogis Shen, their home mom, I know him. Bereaved Garan Usually Now group carries a verb in Swedish, yogis brew, garb, OK. Now clock gung-ho. So I usually wake up at seven o'clock. Viet is to know your via thin means. I don't know. As I have mentioned in the pronoun episode, we have a lot of reflexive verbs in the switch language. So a reflexive verb is a verb that is used together with a pronoun. So if I would say, I am hurrying, I'm in a hurry. I would say yogis, who? Right? So I'm hiring myself. And this little pronoun changes depending on who is doing the action. Han Shen, there's a threat. So he's feeling tired. Horn for a VM Doris, Amy, she was expecting a lot Nimbus stem at ear. You're making up your mind. Now the trap for this, OK, ERE e of ALK edict terrified as fit for or tion. He Avant degree Ramadan son. Edict referred us for Thor or sham is the correct answer. Vaulted get ELE gamma2, Yara, eodie gayo Burson Lara, Eric Tucker, Ahmad logger Mott erected Toromont lug Ahmad is the correct answer. Not about e of i spun them responding and further or what it he ever your Burson who analysed yvonne var respond meal for water. It is the correct answer. Tick the earache or module, but some sale Yara, IRR activity into a mature Boston cellular. Eric Tucker Ahmed, log eta, Liam's mod arithmetic, the tomato, but some cellular up, that is the correct answer. 10. Adjectives: Part of my course. In this part we're going to learn some adjectives. The adjectives in the Swedish language change a little bit depending on if the noun connected to it is an n or edward. Also, the adjective changes if we're describing something specific. Let's learn. But we're gonna start with learning a few new adjectives that can maybe describe me or somebody else that you know, madder than that added Dillard rather than their less SEM Mehta and I a tally of leaky matter than there are 2k methylamine, turret, madness, Ngugi, Madonna, Madonna, LET around them. Matinees smart. But in that I think some matter new whom you're ag. But a name yet the LOD Ni Jiang. Okay, now we're gonna take a look at how these adjectives change depending on the noun. For example, we have Hume and indefinite forum. I know that I'm mentioning the gym a lot, but that was my New Year's resolution. So please bear with me. If we want to say a big gym, we would say it's thought him, we add the t because Hume is an outward. So when every, if we're describing an outward when need to add the t at the end of the adjective. If we want to say they're big gym, the specific Big Jim, we would add an a in the end of the adjective. And this has nothing to do with the fact that u is a, an upward. So it's thought to you is a big gym. They had stored a unit is the big gym at a room. Room at, this is also an upward, if we wanted to say and nice room, we would say at Flint written. If we want to see the nice room, we would say the room at. Next we have an N word and I fire a fire them, and I've found it means a store. So and store are far Here you see, because it's an N word, we don't add anything to the adjective is just a big store and store a file. But if want to say they're big store, we would say dance Dora are foreign. And last we have an anomaly hardening, which is a reason on Leonean is the reason. And the vk dig on the Liaoning means an important reason. But if we want to say the important reason, we would say then Vk deega on Lee at NINR. 11. Nouns in plural: Hello everyone. In this episode, we cannot learn about different endings of nouns in plural. We will start with order. So for example, and so far for soft, for another ending that we have is our employee get to a point guard and build 4B depth. And the words that end in a consonant have no ending, so it's the same in singular and plural to volume. And then we have the ET words that are ending in a vowel, get an N in the end. So at unsecured debt for ANSI-C tam, then let's take a little closer look at those. So the first ending we had is order. The ending order is for all the n words ending with an a. For example, as I mentioned before, and so far it's full. So for we also have another example and fleet gap for Fleet core. So we see that singular these nouns and within a, so they get an ascending order if it's plural form. We also have a little different when it comes to the definite plural form. So if we want to say those sofas, those specific sofas, we would say DOM data source folder now. And those specific girls, we would say Dhamma had fleet gore now dm, that means those. Dom had means these. And then we have the ending R. So R is for many N words. For example, employ Kent for polygon as I mentioned before, and saying divorcing. If it's plural definite form, we would say, Don't datapoint Guarana. Domo had saying, now. So dumb that point. Can I means those boys DOM has sing, now means these beds. The next thing that we're going to take a closer look at is error. So error is also for many and words, for example, and build it for billed. As I mentioned before. We also have m.org for the top red and Dr. means a computer. If we want to say those pictures, we would say DOM data beetle there. Now, if we want to say these computers, we would say DOM mahara dot two rare. Now the ET words ending in a consonant that don't change, they get more ending in plural form. So esteemed volume at bolded for board. But there is a slight change if we want to say the definite plural form. So if want to say those gyms, we would say DOM data, you men. And these tables, DOM, ha, boom down. The last group is nouns ending in a vowel, sorry, at nouns ending in a vowel. So for example, at unsecured, unsecured them. And we have et mouth that for mirth them. If we want to say those faces, we would say DOM that ANSI-C. And these meetings, we would say dumb aha, murmur than now. And that was it for it to do. 12. Ordering food: Yes, Columbia but Stella and cop cafe. Ok, and smarter goes. Honey nor grab a guitar is the alternative. In that. Yogis add multiple root, root into the VHA unmoored scar, Cal Tech milk as sol la VOD fins. It then had Saladin, jovial bas de la dog and threat can therefore be Tala, pack. 13. People: Hi. In this episode we're going to learn how to talk about different people in our life. Okay, so people in Swedish is mimic order, moniker mama. See SCA1, the rover. C mn through Solon, Doctor Bonn, OUT Van, Fleet, van 2sin. More than water. More far, far, more far, far. Good on their thumb. Milia Fidel drag them. Cordelia gap. Let's try to learn some phrases using some of these words. Them, boardroom me, and who do you live with? Jag board may mean for me. I live with my family. Var bold enough or LDR. Where do your parents live? Well enough at algebra burritos cloned. My parents live in Germany. Hardoon, Augustus's Scott. Do you have any siblings? Jar, yoga, hard and broad? Oct4 C Strat? Yes. I have one brother and two sisters. Var Coumadin flick validly fluid. Where does your girlfriend come from? Mean flick them calmer, fluent Italian. My girlfriend comes from Italy. Comedy overinvestment in Mongolia. God, Do you get along with your colleagues, your Dhamma, yet the tree I've ligase, yes, they're very nice. But we could do traffic, deny them that. Do you usually meet your friends? Yup. Yeah. But you get reform and a vulnerable Haryana? Yes, I usually meet my friends on the weekends.