T - Letter T - Words that begin with the Letter T

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Upper Case Capital Letter T 

Lower Case Letter  t

Speak Letter - Mouse over the Letter T (tee)

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Sound Phonics: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y

The Letter T is the 20th letter of the English Alphabet. Word Class.

Important Words that begin with the Letter T

Teacher is a person who provides guidance and instructions to students in order to help them learn and acquire knowledge and skills faster and easier than learning on their own. Coaching.

Teaching are the activities and methods that helps to transfer knowledge or skills to another person.

Training is learning new skills and acquiring knowledge and information that is needed to perform a particular task effectively, efficiently, productively and accurately. Training is teaching yourself or teaching other people to improve and be good at something and also help develop physical and mental competencies in a particular area of expertise. Training also helps a person to understand the responsibilities of a particular job so that the actions they perform are done by procedure and as required to assure the highest quality possible. Train can also mean public transportation that runs on rails.

Transfer is the act of moving something from one location to another or to shift something to a different position, place or form. Transfer is to take an application of a skill that was learned in one situation and then use it for a different but similar situation. Transfer is to change ownership or control of something for one person to another.

Transmit is to send information or a message from one person or place to another person or place using a particular communication signal or energy waveform or molecule.

Talent are the abilities or qualities that are learned quickly and easily because the person has good coordination and a good understanding of the actions or tasks that they are learning.

Test is to prove something to be useful, reliable or accurate. To conduct an experiment in order to measure the value of a particular characteristic or to determine something to be true or false. To examine someone's knowledge of something.

Try is to make an effort or an attempt to accomplish a goal or to achieve some result. Try is a valid and careful activity or experiment that is intended to test the limits of something or to sample the quality of something.

Trust is having faith in someone based on past experiences, information and knowledge without being gullible or assuming that nothing could go wrong.

Truth is a fact that has been verified and is in agreement with reality or actuality and exists objectively.

Transform is to convert one form of energy to another. Increase or decrease an alternating current or voltage. To change or alter something.

Transformation is a qualitative change in shape, function or appearance. A modification.

Translation is to change one language into another language to help someone understand that language.

Team is a group of people who work together as a unit cooperatively and collectively in order to accomplish a goal or to achieve results on a common plan or action.

Teamwork is utilizing the collective skills and knowledge of several people in order to accomplish a goal or to achieve results.  Teamwork is people working together in order to be more effective and efficient than just one person working by themselves. Teamwork is a mutual interaction of ideas and actions that create a reciprocating exchange of giving and receiving. Teamwork requires synchronicity and people doing things that happen simultaneously together at certain times or at different times and stages that don't conflict with other people on the team or the particular action that they're doing at that same time as you.

Together is being in contact with each other and being assembled in one place at the same time to cooperate and to share ideas and information.

Tolerance the ability and the capacity to endure and withstand unfavorable environmental conditions or social situations. Being able to recognize and respect the rights and the beliefs of other people. Tolerant is being patient and understanding and not over reacting or getting angry without just cause or without logical reasons.

Thoughtful is being aware of other peoples needs by saying and doing nice things for them and being kind to them, especially  when someone is in need of kindness and attention. Being thoughtful is to think carefully and in depth about something in order to do what is right and good.

Thought is thinking about something that has happened before or something that may happen in the future. A thought can sometimes happen without purpose and without full awareness, and a thought may not always be accurate.

Thinking is carefully reasoning and focusing attention on recalled knowledge from memory in order to understand something more accurately, or to make a decision on an action that would be a solution to a problem. Thinking is to imagine, visualize, process and formulate information in the mind using language.

Tool is an instrument or device that is used to perform some type of work or action, that requires skill and knowledge for proper use. A tool can be type of equipment used for measuring, recording, controlling, building or modifying.

Time is a tool that humans use to measure changes and also to predict events in the future and past. Time is scaled into readable numbers that can be measured using a clock or a time measuring device. A minute is 60 Seconds, an Hour is 60 Minutes or 1/24 of a day, and a  Day is equal to 24 hours. Human time is based on one full rotation of the earth on its axis, which is 24 hours or 23 Hrs. 56 Mins. and 4.1 Seconds to be exact. A year is when earth travels one full orbit around our sun, which is 365 days or 366.26 or 365.26 solar days to be exact. Time is also measured by the speed of light, which is 186,000 miles per second or about 671 Million Miles Per Hour. A Ray of Light from our Sun takes about 8.3 minutes to reach us on Earth and 5.3 hours to reach Pluto.

Tonight is happening during the nighttime or coming after sunset or sundown of this present day. Nighttime will last until the sunrise tomorrow morning. 

Today is the present time or present moment, the day after yesterday and the day before tomorrow. Today is 24 hours of time starting at 12 AM midnight. 12 PM would be noon time when the sun is shining. A 12 hour clock can be used to measure the 24 hours of time in a day. Military Time is when 12:00 midnight till 12:00 PM is read in normal time, but 1:00 PM is now 13:00 hundred hours, 8:00 PM is 20:00 hundred hours and the following 12:00 midnight is 24:00 Hundred Hours.

Tomorrow is the day after today and in the near future.

Travel is to change location and going from one place to another or moving from place to place. Travel is to proceed on a journey or a trip using your feet or other transportation tools like a bike, boat, train, plane, spacecraft, bus, vehicle or car.

Train is public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together in a single file and drawn by a locomotive that allows people and goods to travel by rail that are a pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll. Train can also mean training.

Through is from beginning to end over the whole distance without stops or changes and having finished or arrived at a completion.
Tire is a round wheel on a circular frame with spokes or a solid disc that can rotate on a shaft or axle of a vehicle or other machines.

Tired is being exhausted from working a long time or from working really hard, or from the lack of sleep, or from the lack of food and water, or from strain or stress, or from being sick or not feeling well.

Thin is something very narrow or not wide with a slender, skinny or slim thickness that can be low in density and low in strength.

Thick is something that is wide or broad and very dense and not thin. Thick is also the location of something surrounded by other things and having many component parts closely crowded together.

Top is the highest most upper part of something and above all other levels or degrees. Top is the opposite of bottom and above the middle of something. Top can also mean a cover for a hole or the top of a container like a lid.

Tooth or Teeth is a hard white calcified bonelike structure found in the jaws or in the mouths of many vertebrate animals that are used for chewing food and breaking down food for swallowing and eating. Some animals also use teeth for biting.

Tonsils are either of two masses of lymphatic tissue in the throat, one on each side of the root of the tongue in the oral pharynx facing into the aerodigestive tract, which are the combined organs and tissues of the respiratory tract and the upper part of the digestive tract (including the lips, mouth, tongue, nose, throat, vocal cords, and part of the esophagus and windpipe).

Tongue is a thin long movable mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and taste buds that is located in the oral cavity or mouth. The tongue is used for speaking, tasting, licking, swallowing, and eating.

Taste Buds are located on the surface of the tongue and used for tasting food.

Taste is the flavor of something or the sensation produced when a substance in the mouth reacts chemically with taste receptor cells located on taste buds in the oral cavity, mostly on the tongue. Taste, along with smell (olfaction) and trigeminal nerve stimulation (registering texture, pain, and temperature), determines flavors of food or other substances to be either sweet, sour, bitter, salty, or just pleasing or weird. Every flavor is a chemical compound. Taste is one of the five traditional senses that belongs to the gustatory system or sense of taste.

Toe is one of the short five digits of the front part of the foot that has nails on the upper tips that are similar to the fingers on the hand.

Tow is to haul or pull something using a hitch connection or a rope so that the thing behind you moves at the same time as you when you move forward.

Torso is just the body, excluding the head and neck and limbs.

Thorax is part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm.

Trumpet is a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone that has a narrow tube and a flared bell at one end and is played by means of valves that are pressed as you blow air into the mouth piece.

Tune is a succession of notes at a given pitch forming a distinctive sequence of sounds or a melody that characterizes a certain piece of music. Tune also means to adjust a musical instrument to the correct or uniform pitch, or adjust a receiver circuit such as a radio or television to the frequency of the required signal.

Total is the full complete quantity or the whole amount of something after adding up numbers that determine the sum of the total amount.

Though is however or in spite of the fact or even if. (Even though I liked that food I had to give it up).

The is a word denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge. The is a word used to point forward to a following qualifying or defining clause or phrase. (The amount of food she cooked was more than enough). The means in reference to something or indicates something. (The time is 1:00 pm). Denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge. (What's the matter?).

This is used to denote or indicate something or to make a person or thing known, like when saying "this one" instead of the other one or that one.

That is used to identify a specific person or thing that is observed. Pointing out something. (That persons shoes are over there.).
Referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood. (That's a good idea.) Used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them. (I really like that fruit, it has good flavor.) Used to introduce a defining or restrictive clause, especially one essential to identification. Instead of “which,” “who,” or “whom”. (People like the book that I've just written.) To such a degree; so. (I would not go that far.) Expressing a reason or cause. (They seemed pleased that I wanted to continue.) Expressing a result. (She was so tired that she couldn't think.) Expressing a purpose, hope, or intention.
(we hope next year will be better.) Expressing a wish or regret. (That would be amazing.) (Whether "That" is bad or good, You have to define what "That" is? Describe a particular scenario that would help explain your concern.) The word that introduces a subordinate clause.

Then is soon afterward or at that time. (I will do it then.)

Than is to compare. (That person is taller than me.)

To is in the direction of, for or towards. Sign of the infinitive case. (I want to eat. Please give it to me. I'm going to the store.)

Too is in addition or as well. To a degree exceeding normal or proper limits. (Too big. I want some too.)

T is a base found in DNA (but not in RNA) and derived from pyrimidine; pairs with adenine. One of the four nucleotides used in building DNA; all four nucleotides have a common phosphate group and a sugar (ribose).

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