Time for another cognate. Sels means "self" and sounds like the English word "sells," except the final -z sound might be a bit softer in Frisian.
A few examples of use:
Ik sels. "I myself." IHk SEHlz.
Hy wol it sels dwaen. "He wants to do it himself." Remember, hy ("he") rhymes with the word "hay," the stuff horses eat. But we could also say she wants to do it herself, and use hja instead of hy. Hja is pronounced much the way it looks, like the German word for "yes" with an h- in front of it. Or like the sound people supposedly make in karate. Hja!
Wol means "wants to" or "wills to" and is pronounced like "vole," the small, gray furry critters.
It means "it" or "the," but is said with the vowel schwa: UHt.
Dwaen means "to do" and is pronounced with a long "a" like in the word "father." DWAHn.