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Then the next one is the third turn. And this goes down a little bit. And then I call it the roller coaster. Because it goes down, it goes down a little bit because it started to start too high. Because if we started very high up, it would take, it would take a day to pronounce the whole, the whole, the whole, the whole tone. So instead it starts here goes down a little bit and then top.

So can noodle can noodle. Now how it goes. It goes louder, but it's louder actually because I started at the top and I go doo, doo, doo like that. So what we say is we go cat and then we build up slowly. Cat noodle, noodle. noodle There we go.

Cat noodle cat noodle canoodle can noodle noodle. And I'm I'm a spoiler because I can actually it's quite easy because in Chinese, it was quite easy. No because I just pronounced a cut like this and then I went up here, but in Chinese you'll just have one little for instance like this. Then we'll speed up pronounce like, ah, and then you have to change tones in the middle of this awesome. So a or, or R or R. And that's what it sounds like. So you notice the little pause, ah, ah, there we go.

So let's call this a rollercoaster. Let me write that down instead, because it'll be much more prettier, much more pretty like this roller coaster. There we go, the roller coaster. And now the last one is something that I've mentioned. It's just an angry tone. Every time we use the fourth turn, we stamped out, we put our feet down, put our foot down, and we shout chemical, pivotal.

And what's funny is the character or the word just just just the letter e. we pronounce it in Chinese like, oh, and with a fourth tone. It means hungry. Oh, it sounds very aggressive. That's what you're going to be when you're hungry. So you can think of your angry math teacher or you angry Chinese teacher, and hopefully they remember it like that. And those are the four terms.

Let me picture to help you remember the full turn a little bit better. Here we go. And that is the owl that we all fear so much. Wonderful. So let's, let's do it again. And and we can start with, we start with one and then go to two and three and four and all with canoodle.

First one mosquito flat, the next one, the next one that I saw, okay canoodle or canoodle, or cat noodle, noodle, or Canada. Wonderful. And now we'll just add them on top of this eight because it's, it's more realistic because Chinese every time we add a turn, it's only a top on top of one character. One character doesn't have 123 different pronunciations with three different syllables I should call it. So what we do instead what we say is we say ah or we say ah always say always say, ah, ah, or we say ah wonderful. Ah ah Wonderful, we're done with this little thing that and the next thing that I will ask you to do is I'll write down all the characters that we know what to do we have E, we have, oh, we have sun, and then we have cold.

Let's hope I don't forget any of them that we have. And we have by, we have bi, and as you can probably tell that these two bye bye are going to be pronounced in a, in a bit with different tones in a bit different way. Okay, so these are the ones we have so far. I'll put them down here, and I'll produce I'll produce different sounds simply and I want you to help me and tell me to tell me simply which tone This one is now, in other opinion already, but I'll pronounce it and I would like you to tell me which tone to this. e e. e, which tone is it? Good luck.

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