Don't understand the difference between hele with and without E. Is it a "Go!"? And the lonely hele a normal "go"?
The E in front makes it imperative, while 'hele' alone would be just the infinitive 'to go'.
Whats the difference between this and hele?
May I please have a phonic rendering of the word above?
the first "e" in hele has more of a short sound versus the long /ay/ sound that e usually makes