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I’m not sure if all Solemn High Masses are Tridentine Masses, but assuming they are:
If you have time, check out this mass:
Solemn High Mass
Just do what everyone else does, and if you know nothing else, you’ll quickly figure out where to say “et tu spiritu tuo” and “Amen.
Whenever the priest says “Dominus vobiscum”, you respond “et tu spiritu tuo”.
Say those loud and proud. LOL.
Also, if the church has a bookstore, you might want to see if they carry those little red missalette books that has both the latin and English order of the mass.
My friend, "et tu spiritu tuo" literally means "and you your spirit"; you meant "et cum spiritu tuo", literally "and with your spirit".
O.P., all you really have to do is pray and follow what the rest of the congregation does. Remember that no matter how little you understand, our Almighty Father is watching over you specifically. During the Mass, eternity is opened and the veil which conceals ever-present Heaven is cast aside. We are living in the shadow of the angels every second of the day, but we only realise the immense gravity of God's presence and Heaven's glory during the Mass.
It doesn't matter which Mass it is or what you know... all you have to know is that our Lord Jesus Christ is there for you to worship with all your being.