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Usually reverse does not have synchroniser , so it's normal if the first gear is going in ok.
If you have problem to shift into first gear , then it might be a problem with clutch or clutch hydraulics.
Check the autozone website and register the car information. This will give you access to an online repair manual. It's a very handy resource that you should find useful. Sure hope so anyway and best wishes.
Fill clutch master cylinder with fresh brake fluid. Pump a few times and hold down. Open bleeder at clutch slave cylinder then close. Repeat this until clutch pedal feels normal and full movement is seen at clutch slave cylinder.