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Jun 06, 2021
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speaking

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) - I asked him if he wanted to fuck me in the kitchen (laughs) (crew laughs) ("Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy") - I grew up in an environment where there was Cantonese and Tagalog. And the first few years of graduate school I taught the introductory linguistic anthropology class. - I speak Korean, Japanese, Portuguese. - I'm from Detroit, so Ebonics. - It's a form of English. - Yes Yes Yes! - Oh, okay, that sounds good. - (laughs) Yes, I'm nervous. - Am I blindfolded? (sighs) - That wasn't part of the record because I don't like being blindfolded.
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I wore a hat today because I didn't comb my hair. (laughing) - I know

what

you're talking about but I don't know

what

you're telling me and that scares me. (laughing) - Could you ask me, hello, how are you? (laughs) - Can you insult me? Say, I hate you, black man. - Wait, what did you call me? (laughing) (clapping knees) (

speaking

in a foreign

language

) (crew laughing) (laughing) - The language he speaks is a derivative of Spanish. - It's not? Okay, say, say brother. - No, it's not Spanish. (laughs) - Wow. - Were you yelling at me in Portuguese? - Yes. - Well, good. - I was born in the city, in the interior of the state of Sao Paulo in Brazil. - Well. - Yes Yes Yes. - Yes.
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I speak Portuguese. - Portuguese, it's okay because... - It's Latin, yes. - You were, at first I put on the Latin part because there were a lot of familiar words. And it's a little different, and I don't know Portuguese. - Yes, it is 100% the word that people think I speak when I speak Portuguese. People think I speak Spanish. - Can you teach me something in Portuguese? - Hey, hello. - Hey. (speaking in foreign language) - And your name. - Yes. (laughs) - Portuguese, I was close, I was close. - I don't know if I've ever heard this language, what. - Shout something like, like angry, like fuck, you know? - Say Hitler's name. - She is German, outside, German. -I mean she sounds Germanic. -Okay, I ask her if she understands High German. - Very knowledgeable. (laughs) -she's some kind of Asian, I'm not sure which Asian, but they talk really fast, and it's like (imitates speaking in a foreign language) -Oh, ah, he understands both of my languages.
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I feel defeated. (both laughing) - Can I watch? (laughs) - Okay, oh, hello. - Hello. - Oh, you're very pretty. - Oh thanks. - She is Russian. - Russian women have to be pretty. - Normally, normally. - Dutch, no, no. - Russian? - Think, oh! - German, Taiwanese? - (imitating doorbell) Shall I tell you? - Are you huh? -She was speaking flamenco. - Oh, flamenco, oh. - And Belgian. Very, very similar to Dutch; Honestly, it's like a dialect. It's what they talk about in Belgium. - Well. - Where my dad is from. And the second one I was speaking is Chinese because my mother is Chinese and I learned those two languages ​​from my parents and a little bit at school as well. - Very good, yes. - Yes. - Oh. - Ooh, say my name again? -Carlos. - Oh, look, you said it first, say it with something else. - You're definitely from or speak a Middle Eastern country, a language from a Middle Eastern country, like maybe, or maybe a North African country? - Can you count to 10 for me? - Yes. - Mmm, ha. - How do you say thanks? (speaking in foreign language) - Damn, I have no idea. - Yeah? - I mean, I think this could be somewhere in the Middle East, maybe? - I'm going with Egyptian.
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Oh hello. - How are you? - Well well. - Did you think I would look like this? - No, I didn't, I didn't. - OK. -He is speaking Egyptian. If that's not even a fucking language. - Was that? - No no no. (laughing) - Oh, wait. - No, then he is not Egyptian. No, (laughs) I told them I don't speak Egyptian, I speak Amharic. - What's that? - Amaringa is Amharic. - What's that? - My parents are from Ethiopia. - Ah OK. - Yes. - Is there any similar influence from the Arabic language to the Amharic language? - More or less, Arabic, Amaringa, Amharic and Hebrew, they are all like Semitic languages. - Well. - So it comes from that base.
In the country of Ethiopia there are more than 80 dialects and Amaringa, so Amharic, what I am talking about, is considered one of the most beautiful dialects. - I don't think it's very pretty. (crowd laughs) (imitating foreign language) But it's not a romantic language as it sounds. - Could you share some sentences in your language, please? - How about counting from one to ten? - Yes, I could do that. - Well. - Oh. - Say mom. - Dad says. - Say hello. - Oh, I've never heard of this. - Can you say um, thank you? - Damn, I have no idea. - I had never heard any of these words before.
I'm going with Indian. You look like an Indian. (both laughing) - Pretty close. Kurdish. - Oh. - Know what it is? - I knew. Oh, yes I know what Kurdish is. - Have you heard about this? You do? Oh. - Yes I know. - Oh, that's surprising. - I am all Kurdistan free, safe. - Wow, many people don't know that. - Well, I'm from northern Iraq, but you can be like Armenian, Sierra, Turkish. There are even Russians. The Kurdish people, yes. - Oh, really, wow. - Yes, but since we don't have our own countries, it is everywhere. - Ah OK. - Yes. - Oh my god. (crowd laughing) - My God, you're speaking a Slavic language. - Okay, how do you say I'm a dirty girl? (laughing) - Romanian?
Or something like Ukrainian? - Polish? - Do you talk anything about that area of ​​Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia and Estonia? - MMM. - Yes, can you tell me? - He's Ukrainian. - Ah, mmm - So you guessed it. - Yes, more or less yes. - More or less, yes. - Did I get any? - You guessed it right. - Was he really Romanian? - He was Ukrainian. - Can you teach me something about giggles in Ukrainian? - (speaks in foreign language) fuck your mother. -Yes, that's it, I don't know if she's funny, it's a little sad, but. - Hello. - Hi how are things? - I'm fine. - Good. - Forward. - I have no idea. - Clearly speaking some African language the second time. - Because? - Because he said hakuna matata, what's next? -He is French. (speaking in foreign language) (laughs) I just butchered that. - Are there three languages ​​you just spoke? - Yes, good.
Mmm, hello, mmm. - Hey. - At first I was going to lean more towards a French-style language. - Well. - But then when I see you I think, okay, you're dark. - The first was Kinyarwanda. - Kinarwanda? - Yes, it's called Kinyarwanda. - Oh, where is he from? - Rwanda. (laughs) - Oh, Rwanda, okay, okay, okay. - Then the second was Swahili, which is used more or less in East Africa. - And the third was French. - The third was French, yes. - Oh, shit, that's crazy. Nice man. (laughs) - So, in Rwanda we speak like four national languages.
There is French, English, Kinyarwanda and Swahili. We are in the East African blocks, so we speak Swahili. - Speak your language, girl. - Asian, go ahead. Definitely Asian. - Oh. - Sounds like my nail technician, so I'll go with Korean. To not be racist. - Are you Korean? Shit. - That's not Mandarin. That's not? - I can speak Mandarin, but that is not Mandarin. - Yes, and that's not Cantonese. As if he didn't recognize it. - He's Shanghainese. - Okay, yes, yes, yes. - Many people don't even know what a dialect is, but it is spoken in Shanghai. - Oh, okay, that's crazy. - The language is disappearing because many of the young people no longer speak it.
For a while you couldn't speak it at school, you weren't allowed to speak it with your friends at school, because they wanted you to speak Mandarin because that's the global language everywhere. China is. My grandparents, my parents, they all speak it, but when they talk to younger children, they just switch to Mandarin. And they are usually always very surprised that I can understand and speak Shanghainese. Now I want to teach my kids Shanghainese too, just to keep it alive. - Keep it up, yeah, okay. I'm learning all these new languages ​​that I didn't even know, so this is great.
Thank you very much for sharing that with me. I apreciate it. - Yes. (laughing) - Hey. (laughing) - Did you do your homework? (both laughing) - Hello? - (speaking in foreign language) - Oh no, that's not it. (crowd laughs)-She dated her (she speaks in a foreign language), but I don't know that second line. What was, would you say, that second line? Not familiar. - Ah, this is too easy. - She just greeted me, like hello, how are you? -She is a kind of Asian mix with an island, because she has a lot of Latin, as in Spanish derivatives, but she is definitely Asian. - Warm up, warm up. - Guam?
What is it? - Tagalog. - What's that? - Philippines. From the Philippines, yes. - Philippines, which is literally, like they shouldn't put it in a Latin place. (laughing) - Hello. - How did you learn? - Well, well no, I'm Filipino. Although people don't think that. - Ah OK. - I learned English more than Tagalog. - Can I ask you why you think your parents didn't like to teach it to you? Or didn't they teach you? - 'Cause. (crowd laughing) They are embarrassing. Just kidding, I hope you don't get offended by that. - I think it's something very real, yes. - Mmmm yes.
Because I think the thought process is that to be successful you're going to have to speak the language of the majority. - Yeah, and it's like a lot of our parents come here and say, you know, they've worked really hard to get here and they've sacrificed a lot and they just want the best for their kids and for you. I know it comes from that kind of love. But it doesn't always work out, you know, in the best interest of the child, in terms of his identity, his cultural identity. (drum roll) Thank you. - Thank you. - It was fun, it was very fun because now I have all these other languages ​​that I want to learn. - Yes, I would definitely like to take some lessons from Sunshine, who speaks Tagalog. - Hey hey. - Yes, what's wrong, yes. - I think it was great to learn how, I think languages ​​are interconnected.
There are many similarities between many different languages ​​and once you look at the history, it makes sense. So I think this is pretty silly. - No, I felt very guilty for trying to guess where people's languages ​​come from. Making the linguistic profile. - Well, I know everyone here volunteered and it's all fun and games, but, I don't know, there are real consequences in the world when people try to create profiles using language. Types of assumptions people make. - Go learn a language, bitch. (crowd applauding)

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