Silly Sunday – American English

Apr
08
3 COMMENTS • This post is filed under: Features, Silly Sunday


While abroad last month, the hubs and I had a discussion about what American English sounds like to non-speakers that may be in earshot. He informed me there was a video about this on YouTube, and showed it to me back at our hotel.

AND I CAN’T STOP WATCHING IT. It’s a hilariously odd video from an Italian television show where he’s singing gibberish that sounds like American English. It’s so bizarre, but catchy, and it makes me laugh.

OLL RAIGTH!





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3 Responses to “Silly Sunday – American English”

  1. Amanda @ On a Book Bender says:

    Here's a video with other "fake" languages: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C5EZmyJ9ik

    It's fun!

  2. Logan E. Turner says:

    @Amanda – That guy has a great ear! He sounds pretty good in my opinion.

  3. Steph: Short and Sweet says:

    lol that's so interesting!!!


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