What was the first word spoken by man?
We do not know the first word ever spoken because, in the Bible, Adam named all the creatures and animals (Genesis 2 verse 20). The first word ever recorded was "This" (Genesis 2 verse 23)
That's easy. You can say it now. Just open your mouth and without moving your lips make a sound. There, now doesn't that make you feel better. aaah, that wasn't so hard, was it? Ha! Oops, that one came later.
FIRST WORD: (scientific version) ug.
Or, Let. (religious version) ( let there be light....)
the first words ever spoken are sounds we then simply attribute a particular sound to a particular object,and the word is born,and the first sound was probably a loud as bang that began in outer space. and civilization began . and if you wanna be more specific and say what was the first word ever by man or women are simply sounds of crying by baby's.
asgayia osti The answer previously given is close, but not exactly accurate. The Cherokee word for man is *A-sga-ya.* When that word is spoken it is often contracted to sound like *a-sky.* The Cherokee word for little is u-sdi. When the two words are brought together the word for man is contracted even further so that the Cherokee name *Little man* is spoken as *Sky-u-sdi.*
The pronoun 'she' is the third person, the person spoken about. The pronoun 'she' is the singular, subject pronoun; the corresponding object pronoun is 'her'. The first person is the speaker (I or me). The second person is the one spoken to (you). The third person is the one spoken about (he, him, she, her, it, they, them).