Hello, and welcome to another lesson in Shlakese, the world's only nonsensical language, other than Esperanto. Here is today's lesson.
1. Thank you, derived from the Spanish word "gracias" which means thank you.
2. fat; also spelled gras, to show its origins, since "gras" in French means fat.
Want context? Here you go!
Mike: Hey, Johnny, pass the french fries.
Johnny: Yup, you!
Mike: No, I mean grac, not gras!
Johnny: I know. I'm just calling you fat.
Understand? Well, it's okay. Shlakese takes time. So far, you should be able to use brav, coach, joke/gioc, and grac/gras in a sentence. Prove it. In the comments.