How To Speak Enderman – A Review Of This Language
In German, “You are welcome” means “I love you” in English. It’s funny how that works. In German, the word “beiten” means “also”; and in English, the word “beiten” can mean “often” or “sometimes.” So it’s obvious that we can use words from both languages to address the person we want to say hello to in German.
How to speak Enderman is not rocket science
As I said in my previous post, I have been studying spoken German for over three hours straight with a software program I purchased called Rosetta Stone. (I am using the free version, but there are many differences between the paid and free versions.) What I did was just reciting everyday sentences and phrases from YouTube videos (these are english-based YouTube videos).
The software gave me the opportunity to view thousands of videos in different languages – it’s like having an unlimited number of vocabulary guides in your pocket. With just one click of the mouse, I could instantly generate random sentence fragments that I would then translate into my personal Enderman language. It took me less than a day to master this new language. But that was only the beginning; the real learning starts today.
To begin my lessons in how to speak Enderman, I have to go back to YouTube and scroll down until I see the word “verzeichten” (translated literally as “little red riding hood”). This is another popular clip in which a young girl is being coaxed into inviting her new maid to dinner. See, she is saying thanks in sign language while waving the red envelope in front of the maid’s face. So obviously, she’s using the words “verzeichten” (red) to thank the maid. This is the most common form of address in Enderman, so I can already guess that this is the language that I will have to speak when I’m not seeing a real live person try to communicate with me.
It might sound ridiculous, but it’s true: Thanks to my software, I have access to a whole bunch of additional material on how to speak Enderman
For example, not long ago, someone uploaded a video about the difference between using “der” for “dere” (I’m using the word “dere” to describe the actual word in German). This can be very important because “der” is used to describe something that’s a part of the action (as in the previous example), while “dere” describes the action itself. The difference is significant because you wouldn’t say something like “I thank the maid in sign language for letting me cook spaghetti for dinner” in German, but rather something like “I thank you in sign language for giving me the keys to your kitchen.” This software has thousands of different sentences in Enderman and it takes me less than seven hours a week to study this language.
If I haven’t convinced you to give Enderman a try yet, I sure will after watching this video
In it, this person talks about how he learned this language by himself from scratch. He says that he wasn’t studying German before because he didn’t want to, which is pretty typical of someone who is trying to learn another language. He shows several examples of how he uses words he’s learned to construct sentences and he even demonstrates how to construct a short speech, complete with the proper punctuation and all. He also shows you how to read the text and uses the correct words to explain things.
The nice thing about learning this language is that it is very easy to learn since the rules are pretty much the same as the one in English. You can use the “der” and “das” words for describing things and you can also use “uz” for the verb. This means that you’re not limited to just using the nouns either, which is nice because it helps you expand your vocabulary a lot faster. The biggest problem with this language is that there are words that are used so much that you can pretty much write them in any order you like, but since it has the “der” and “das” word as its only base class, you have to capitalize them much more than in other languages.
I am not saying that Enderman is easy to learn since it does take quite some time to really get to know the language, but it is by far the easiest language to learn. One thing that you need to remember though is that it does not follow the rules like English does when it comes to sentence structure. You won’t have to worry about using commas, periods or anything else that’s standard in English. That’s why the most important part to mastering this language is to make sure that you can learn it in the right order. You don’t want to start off speaking the words in the past tense or something along those lines because it will be incredibly hard to transition into using the new sentences. If you can grasp the idea of the order then you should be fine.