The most basic words and phrases are almost always the easiest to remember.
But sometimes, you just need a bit more to make them memorable.
For example, it’s not uncommon to hear people use “a” to mean “a lot” or “c” to indicate that “this” was “a big day”.
But the letters “a”, “a-“, and “i” are also often used to indicate something as simple as “yesterday”.
The more you know, the more likely you’ll be able to create those memorable words and sayings.
So how can you make them even more memorable?
For example: “a week ago, I was working”.
“Today, I’m going to be working” might sound like a simple way to say that you’re going to work, but it actually means something much more.
So how do you make those simple words and sentences seem more powerful?
The word “week” has a very simple meaning: “weekend”.
The word “day” has another meaning: the time of the day.
So a week is also the time when things get busy and people usually come together to enjoy a nice weekend.
“A week ago” means that you were at home with your family when a friend invited you over.
“Today I’m at work” means you were working late at night, but today is also your first day of work.
The more simple the words you use, the less chance you’ll get stuck.
Instead, try making the words and expressions more powerful by combining words from other words and letters.
For instance, if you use the word “a month”, you’re saying that you can only get one month out of your current job.
To make things more interesting, you can also add “years” or the letter “y”.
So if you want to use “month”, “year”, “y”, or “years”, you could add those letters and words to your English alphabet.
Here’s how:The letters “y” and “y-” are often used in place of “days” and”months” in English.
These words are often called the “year” or even the “month”.
So you might say “A year ago I was at work, and now I’m in the office.”
Or, you might add “A month ago I spent my first month at work and now, I’ve spent my second month at the office”.
When you add a letter or word to your alphabet, it’ll sound more powerful.
For more on how to make words and syllables sound more magical, check out our video on the power of English letters.