onsdag 12 mars 2014

Instant language lesson

At home. Sick. And too tired to write my essay I'll have to get finished this week. It's about school history and politics and it's not what I'm interested in. Here's a lovely video that can cheer anyone up: This girl speaks finnish, english and swedis but I can tell you that she doesn't speak swedish even if it sounds like this. The same for the other languages.



She has another video with more languages, australian english for instance and a video were she sings different genres.

I really should study.....

16 kommentarer:

  1. yeah, didn't understand much of the estonian part :D

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Me neither ;). She used some swedish words in her swedish section but they were just in a mash of noices.

      Radera
  2. I hope you get well soon!

    Her portuguese didn't sound either like Brazilian Portuguese or from Portugal.
    :*

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Perhaps she thought that it was like this. She fooled me though, but I don't know a single word in portugese :)

      Radera
  3. Älskar hennes videos :D

    Hoppas pluggandet går bra!

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Just nu går det tröööögt :P

      Radera
  4. Hoppas du mår bättre och att pluggandet fått bättre flyt! Fick förresten reda på att tjejen i videon är hemma från den stad jag nu bor i! Vilket ställe, heh. :P

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Va kul :). Kan hennes förmåga att snappa upp melodier och uttal bero på finsk-svenskan tro? Det är ju två så olika språk.

      Radera
    2. Möjligen, tvåspråkighet är absolut en fördel. Gissar att det har en del med musikalitet och gehör att göra också, hon var ju inte direkt dålig på att sjunga liksom :)

      Radera
  5. Sorry to hear you're sick! Feel better soon! ❤ That girl has one crazy hobby. I listened to the Australian English. I HOPE I don't sound like that to foreigners! Haha.

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Ha ha. Well if Swedes will say something in Australian english we say "G'day mate".

      Radera
    2. As long as you know, "G'day mate", you'll do just fine in Australia! Haha.

      Radera