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[한글자막] Storytime: How I Learned Six Languages

(singing Sailor Moon theme song) Yas, I named both cats after Sailor Moon Sorry guys, ya’ll uncomfortable, right? Alright, I’ll put you down Hey Hey it’s me, Abby P What up, ma’ P-PLE? As most of you know, I posted a video on my channel Of me speaking six languages I was so shocked and overwhelmed By the response I received on that video I thought it was so cool how People from different countries were Commenting in their languages And I went through all of the comments You know I try to read every single comment 3,000 plus comments I think it’s almost 4,000 right now Incredible You guys are incredible, thank you so much I will address a lot of the things that people said in their comments in this video One of them being I’m “super smart” apparently I’m a genius with a high IQ Because I’m able to speak all these languages For real though, you guys Like, I’m not a genius I don’t have a super high IQ I don’t even know what my IQ is, to be honest I’m completely human A very awkward and weird one And I don’t consider myself “super smart” at all A lot of you were asking “How?” “How did she even learn these languages?” Today I will be talking about my background and motivations behind each language Maybe throw in some tips here and there as well I think it is important to first understand those backgrounds and motivations because It does affect how you actually learn the language Alright, let’s get it! Okay, English We’ll go through this one quickly because obviously It is my most fluent language I grew up, spent most of my life in America In California, to be exact Attended school there from Kindergarten All the way up until I graduated university I was a working citizen in America For a few years until I moved here to South Korea Where I’m currently living now Oh and I found it so funny how some of ya’ll Were trippin’ over me putting up the American flag To represent my English Do ya’ll here me speaking with a British accent British intonation Using British spelling of words Using British expressions or slang? And I wasn’t trying to be like, “‘MURICA” I wasn’t trying to disrespect anyone at all You even see on the internet and some websites There is literally like, “UK English” and “US English” For your options So, I didn’t see what the big deal was So, even though English is my most used and most fluent language, it is not the first language I learned The first language that I learned was the Filipino language Or, “Tuh-GAH-lug” I learned this language naturally because I was born In the Philippines and I lived there until I was three With my parents So I thought I had made that part of my video And my (Tagalog) language ability And just, myself, clear But, I was surprised by the amount of Filipinos in the PH Being very critical of my accent, or saying that It wasn’t very good Or I sounded like I spoke with a “Bisaya” accent Which is another language in a different part of the PH In Visayas Or saying I spoke like I was from the province I don’t know, just sort of like… Insulting comments about my accent My mom is actually from Pangasinan (Urdaneta) And my dad is from Baguio So the both of them speak “Ilocano” Which is another language in the PH Not Bisaya I don’t even… I don’t know any Bisayan at all I can understand Ilocano because My parents spoke it with their families Especially when we went to the PH I was always hearing it My listening with Ilocano is not as near 100% As it is with Tagalog Hmm, maybe I can make a video of me Speaking Ilocano But I’m telling you now, it’s gonna be terrible But if you wanna see that, comment that down below I’ll see if I can make that happen So while I was growing up in America I encountered many other Filipino Americans, of course A lot of them did understand Tagalog And even knew how to say some words or phrases You know, like things their mom would say To make fun of their mom or something Some of them couldn’t even understand And I think it was almost quite rare To even find a Filipino American that actually You know, was born or grew up in America It was rare to find one that could speak completely Fluent, perfect Tagalog Or any other Filipino language Like a Filipino native from the PH I was very much the same with a lot of these Fil-Ams In that I never felt pressured or forced to speak Tagalog You know, I was in America so I spoke English Like almost 100% of the time The only time I really spoke Tagalog was when I visited my relatives in the PH And that was only once every few years Like, three to five years And even when I went to the PH a lot of those relatives Could speak English totally fine So they would speak to us in English You know, I didn’t really speak a lot of Tagalog Growing up, as a kid in Amerca Even my grandparents both on my mom and dad’s side Could speak English And would speak English to me and my siblings But you know, for the most part My Filipino Tagalog listening was a lot better Than my speaking because I would constantly hear it from my parents, relatives TFC, you know, Filipino shows, Filipino movies Music I had a lot of favorite Filipino artists, singers, celebrities So considering my lack of Tagalog speaking growing up I have to admit I was pretty proud, you know I was, I was pretty proud of that Tagalog section In my “Speaking Six Languages” video I really did my best and so that’s why It kind of hurt a little bit, right here You know When other Filipinos would be so critical of my accent It’s just like…why? Like, what did you expect? I grew up in America since I was three And think of it this way It’s like you, a Filipino who is from the Philippines Who speaks perfect English fluently but You have a Filipino accent If you go to America and speak your perfect English But with your Filipino accent It will hurt a little bit, you know You will feel a little sad if your accent gets made fun of By other Americans or other native English speakers in America It’s the same situation for other immigrant families And their children That child that was born or grew up in America If they try to speak their native language They may very well have an American accent Or just not a perfect, native accent Like a Chinese American speaking Chinese Or a Mexican American speaking Spanish Korean American speaking Korean Filipino American speaking Filipino, Tagalog Or Ilocano, whatever We will have an accent depending on where we grew up And whatever other factors there are And you also have to keep in mind Tagalog was the only language that I didn’t actually study or learn academically…consciously I also felt like it was just, it was always a part of me Like it was already a part of me I didn’t feel the need to have to like, perfect it I didn’t get to choose how I was raised So you know, I could blame my parents For not being more strict on me to Speak only in Tagalog I’m sure if they’d done that then my fluency, speaking, accent would’ve been a lot better But you know that, it is what it is And at least now that I’m an adult And I have my own freedom with my time I am trying my best to improve And actually it has always been one of my dreams to Try and live in the PH like a Filipino native And to see how that feels like and to also improve in My Tagalog I’m sure I could improve really fast if I did that So that is also another big motivation for me to Keep improving in the Filipino language Okay, so next, in school we were required to Choose another foreign language to learn And so I chose Español (Spanish) Why did I choose Spanish? I just thought it would be useful And as I said in my video, there were just many aspects of Mexican culture that Iiked Like its similarities with Filipino culture The big family culture Mexican food, OH MY GOD I love Mexican food especially in San Diego Come on, like are you kidding me? And also the Filipino language has its similarities With Spanish So it was supposedly easy to learn as a Filipino And actually it was pretty okay to learn As an English speaker too I think I took my very first Spanish class My actual Spanish class, in middle school But then it was in high school where I seriously started to learn Spanish, so I took it all four years of high school My final year, I was debating whether to take AP Spanish, which is Advanced Placement Spanish And the AP programs are an an academic program in North America that gives you college credit If you past the AP test at the end of the year So I was debating whether to take AP Spanish Or just regular Spanish 4 And I opted for just taking Spanish 4 because I was Already taking a couple other AP classes my senior year Oh, I was taking AP English already so I didn’t wanna have like, AP English and AP Spanish Like two AP language classes…no, thank you Looking back at my Spanish classes I just remember enjoying them, like truly Spanish was the first foreign language that I started to learn academically, officially with a class And studying Unlike Tagalog where I learned it, you know, naturally And I found that, in my Spanish classes I would easily get A’s And that’s not me like…I’m not bragging, you know Stop it What I’m saying is that I did well because I truly enjoyed it And I learned that part about myself Through Spanish class I learned that I really enjoyed learning languages That it came more easily to me than other subjects Like math And that I enjoyed learning about other cultures And other kinds of people What else do I remember from Spanish class, uhhhh All of my books and materials for Spanish Are back home in the States I don’t have any of them with me here, sadly Oh, but I do remember those “Más Práctica” (More Practice) workbooks I had 1, I had 2 “Más Práctica uno” (“More Practice 1”), “Más Práctica dos” (“More Practice 2”) Yeah…those were the days So after high school I chose to do a different foreign language in university And it was, yassss Nihongo (Japanese) As I said in my “Speaking Six Languages” video I got really into Japanese movies, dramas, fashion Music, culture, and especially anime I was always into anime Like it was a very big part of my childhood Up until now I still love anime I would watch anime over any drama Korean drama, even Korean drama is like, here Anime is always like… Anime, man ANIME Like, why am I even comparing it? There’s no comparison It’s just anime This is anime, this one spot is anime only Oh, and manga (Japanese comics) too I loved manga so much I wanted to be able to read manga in Japanese So I took Japanese, I think My first and second year in university And then I took it again my final semester? Japanese was totally different from English And Tagalog and Spanish Because you have this completely new writing system Reading system And the writing system has three different forms Like, you know with English…it’s just English The alphabet, like ABC… It’s just one writing system But with Japanese you got hiragana, katakana, kanji And kanji, the Chinese characters, are so difficult So, I just found that so fascinating And I had always thought Japanese sounded really cool Sounded like a really cool language I feel like, as a student though I had very little confidence to use the languages Spanish, Japanese In everyday, real world situations Like with Japanese I feel like I only ever really used it With my sensei (teacher), and other students in class Oh and maybe with the Japanese exchange students That would come sometimes I remember one of them, here name was Yukako? But when Yukako went back to Japan We became penpals through email So that lasted for like…I don’t know, less than a year So then I graduated and started working for a few years And then I didn’t even really have motivation To use Japanese again Until I went to Japan for the first time, for travel Because, of course, in Japan You’re seeing Japanese everywhere You’re hearing it And it made me want to speak it and try to use it again So now every time I go to Japan, I try to use Japanese Even if it’s just very simple Um, making your way through the train station Going “Sumimasen” (“Excuse me”) If you go to a restaurant And they’re like “Welcome! For how many people?” And you’re like, “For one”, “For two” Ordering like, “blah blah…I’ll take one of this, please” “Two of these, please” “I’ll take this” “Thank you” Greeting people…”Hello”, “Good evening” That kind of simple stuff Yeah, I think for me Going to the country where the language is actually used, is the BIGGEST motivation For my language learning It’s because you’re actually interacting with native speakers and real people in real world situations And traveling to different countries Honestly, is one of the best things you could ever do Because you are really opening up your mind And widening your heart to All the different kinds of people in this world Even though we are different, in some ways We are still very much the same In the things that we want The fact that we’re all just trying to be good people You know, doing the right thing in life So, it’s very humbling and eye-opening And since I have chosen to be more active with Japanese, it is easier to pick up things from anime now (“My Hero Academia” scene playing) So, onto Korean I took a Korean class for a semester I studied Korean before I actually came to South Korea But I didn’t actually start using Korean Speaking it, writing it And being engaged with it, like actively engaged Until I started living here in South Korea So as I said before, when you’re put in a situation Where you literally have to use the language To interact with people, to read something To figure something out Accomplish SOMETHING Your ability in that language really improves a lot faster I know a lot of you said In my “Speaking Six Languages” video that My Korean sounded like the most fluent language After English, of course And that’s because I’m here in Korea And I’m using, speaking Korean everyday Speaking it, reading it, writing it everyday So it just comes out more naturally And honestly, if you were in my shoes Using Korean like I do everyday for almost four years You can be at this level as well Literally everyday, I am going into work Greeting people, doing the same Leaving work You know On Fridays Like, the same thing every single time So, of course, it’s gonna be natural Over the course of my time here I’ve bee in a lot of situations where I am forced To speak Korean Because, for example, at my schools last year None of the teachers wanted to speak English to me So all of them ONLY spoke Korean to me So that really forced me to improve Everything that they do here, everything is only in Korean Like in schools when teachers are sending notices Or messages to each other only in Korean So I see those messages and read those messages Signs, there are a lot of signs that are only in Korean Teachers at my rural school this year A lot of them prefer to speak to me in Korean My personal trainer at the gym We mainly communicate in Korean Notices from my landlord at this apartment building All in Korean So, if you’re a regular on my channel Then you know that I already have so many videos on How I learned Korean, my Korean lifestyle Korean culture So be sure to check out those videos first Before you ask any more of the same questions That I talk about in those videos already I’ve made playlists on my channel “Life in Korea” “Studying Korean” Also I don’t wanna make this video longer than It already freaking is German – As I said in that video I learned it for just a few weeks before I even filmed that And I haven’t had much time to Study languages these days Many German speakers were understandably curious As to why I chose to learn German in the first place So lemme break it down for ya’ll in (music playing) No, but hearing it just sounded SO cool to me Hearing it in songs, movies…whenever Tokio Hotel would speak in German in their interviews I actually have a good German friend I met in California Because she moved there (from Germany) And I just loved whenever she’d speak it I’ve been self studying mainly With apps, the internet, Youtube videos So, I would definitely like to improve further in German Well that is it, guys, for this long ass video Thank you very much for watching Stay tuned for more language videos Now that I know how much you guys enjoyed Thank you so much for all of the support on that video I know I talked about a lot of the criticisms and such But honestly, the support The amount of support, and love, and kind words that I received from all of you far surpasses anything else So, thank you again Oh and if you have any questions for me in regards to languages, comment that down below And then, maybe later I can do a “Language Q&A” Don’t forget to like! Subscribe! And see ya in the next one, bye! Oh, you wondering about High Valyrian, right? Well, I learned with Duolingo, because it’s on there And…the internet Surprise! Why? Because I’m a freaking nerd And I love dragons I love Khaleesi Game of Thrones, man Need I say more?

100 Replies to “[한글자막] Storytime: How I Learned Six Languages”

  • Holy shit… the absolute last thing i expected was to hear tokio hotel here omfg. I found them in 2006 when i was literally 9 years old and theyre the reason i decided to learn German. Im shocked to hear them mentioned in 2019 o.o i still love german and want to keep studying it but damn that was a LONG time ago

  • Kindly dont mind people who talk bad about your Filipino Accent when you speak Filipino. Yes, it sounds imperfect but it's totally okay. IT'S TOTALLY OKAY 😊

  • Tex mex is one of my favorate food . Btw please come be my teacher . I think you can complete fill lack of me speaking English ! 제 유튜브 홈피 소개에 있는 카톡으로 연락주시면 감사하겠어요 🙂 Be my friend we might be the best friends

  • No big deal if your tagalog is not perfect. You speaking multiple languages is beyond the IQ of most filipino. You're a linguistic to be exact, a genius in the aspect of languages. Don't mind filipinos judging you, they have a habit of being judgmental or insecure. They have a so called "crab mentality": pulling you down when you're climbing up. Filipino language have no definite origin anyway, some words from it are borrowed from neighboring asian countries. Tagalog is not original, so no big deal.

  • hi you like an actress from Korea jeon hye-bin,😻😻😻 ilove your cats too, you named them from one of my favorite anime 😺sailor Moon.. 🌙🌙🌙

  • I am from mindanao part of bisaya language, iam not fluent with tagalog too oh and im happy that ive saw your channel and you motivates me to pursue learning spanish language and also japanese language. Im not kinda fluent at it right now because you didnt heart my comment lol jk. Im still learning and practicing every single day. Damn why bisaya language is related with spanish too.

  • NOOO!!! German was the first foreign language I wanted to learn, because I am an Alien too. Waaaaaw 😱😱. Ang galing! I love you already.

  • Dyan lng nmn kse magaling mga Pinoy e… mga toxic sht di mapigilan maliitin yung ibang tao na nagkakamali. Di porke nanggaling ka sa Pilipinas fluent na agad magsalita ng Tagalog dba? Magisip nga kayo wag kse puro satsat at katimangan ang nasa isip ah :)) pls lng nakakahiya tlga mga Pinoy minsan sa comment sections ng vids. Really enjoyedd the vid and it's amazing that you can speak a lot of languages, keep it up! 🙂 . Don't mind those toxic shits they're just jealous of you.

  • Bruh im a Filipino who speaks like one. But i dont rlly mind ppl trying to imitate our accent i just, find it honestly adorable, funny etc. And also if ur parents speak ilocano i could understand.

    Well enough about me, i want to suggest something if thats ok?
    Pwede ate kung, turuhan niyo kami ng konteng korean? Cuz im a k-pop fan and, honestly, i wanna relly rlly learn korean and as well as maybe some other people? Thank you for reaaddiinnngggg..

  • Hahhah..i wanna hear you speak ilokano..😊😊😊 surprised to hear that you have a blood Igorot and Pangasinan..Proud of you Girl..😊😊😊

  • Your lacking in your dialect accent is understandable since you grew up in PH a few years and that in your childhood..em just happy that you still know and understand tagalog..

  • So I was shocked when I found out that you’re Mom is from Urdaneta Pangasinan. Urdaneta was like 45 minutes away from our home while Baguio City is 2 hours away from our house.

  • That background music with ghibli vibe 🙂

    man, I've been wanting to learn Spanish, Japanese, and Korean but still all I know are greetings and expressions. 😅

  • Wow! Did i just see RJ from BT21 behind you? Also, Your amazing that you can speak six languages, and girl dont mind your haters

  • Has anyone told you that you're so adorable? Like seriously 😂 especially that anime part, I remembered my ate lmao, she's probably gonna choose anime over me lmaooo she's currently learning nihonggo, is it? Sorry idk much about it 😂

  • Did you learn to speak/write Korean by yourself? Or did you attend a school or something to learn Korean? I wanted to speak and write Korean for so long but I am very hesitant to do so cause I'm still in H.S and wanted to take a course for foreign language but my parents don't support what I want for college, they want me to take engineering 😞 since my family is full of engineers.

  • Did you learn to speak/write Korean by yourself? Or did you attend a school or something to learn Korean? I wanted to speak and write Korean for so long but I am very hesitant to do so cause I'm still in H.S and wanted to take a course for foreign language but my parents don't support what I want for college, they want me to take engineering 😞 since my family is full of engineers.

  • lol there's nothing wrong about BISAYA ACCENT, the important thing is that we can understand each other. definitely, its very natural that when u speak tagalog, u kinda speak it differently more likely any kind of accent like bisaya because u grew up in America and for me, as a young filipino its okay. the way u speak it doesn't matter, the most important is u can understand. don't mind those filipinos who insulted/bashed u about the way u speak our language. they're just jealous. btw, i love you and your channel. pls do more videos cuz ur videos also motivates me to learn new language like korean and nynorsk. ❤

  • He-hey! I was born in Olongapo as well lol. I was only there for 6 years and that's the extent of my Tagalog abilities, the rest was Illongo.

  • I really want to learn Korea but I really don’t know how to or whatever app I get it’s not what I’m looking for Im in my tweens so…And I think where I live there’s no language for you to pick to learn if there is I really think it’s Arabic I’m good at it at my school we learn English which fluent in and Kurdish which I also am fluent in Arabic I’m not that fluent in I know how to write read but I don’t know know to talk or I don’t understand..
    But I really want to learn Korea 😞but like I said I don’t know how to 😣the reason I want to learn I just really like the culture and artists I just think it’s a beautiful language 😁 I want to learn Spanish to I can learn that easy because I am fluent in English it makes it easy for me but I think I can learn by YouTube 🤔But Korean idk.
    I’m sorry if you read this and think I wasted your time on my dumb questions and this whole thing
    I’m sorry if my questions are dumb and this whole thing I just wanted an answer if someone know 🙂

  • Girrrlll…I'm Visayan😂!And my accent is like yours when speaking Tagalog but when I speak Bisaya my classmates couldn't understand bcuz I speak very fast..😂😂(I grew up in Dalagaute, Cebu but moved to 5 different Cities in Cebu..I won't say which Cities bcuz I forgot =~=)

  • Only the fact that '99 Luftballons' and 'Durch den Monsun' quite "old" songs are made me laugh.
    Idk why.
    I'm weird.
    I know.
    (Ps: that lil Drei, zwei, eins was so cute uwuwu xd)

  • Straight skills wow.👏 I now live here in italy but i was born in the philippines until i was 17 years old. It's been 2 years and im still struggling speaking italian. I started studying tourism here and theyre teaching spanish and french too. Spanish and french is required in tourism but we can also take other language like chinese, russian, german, etc.. Its really hard i guess im not a fast learner especially on languages hahaha. I stopped and now focuses studying only italian. Also my dad's from la union(now in australia) and my mom was born in isabela(we're both here in italy now) so im also ilocano but i cant speak ilocano.😂 What a failure on languages🤦‍♂️😂 i also wanted to learn japanese because im an anime fan too…but yea i stopped school, just trying to earn money now and maybe go back to school again. If its really my future learning languages🤷‍♂️😂

  • I dont understand why people are hating. Omg. Its a gift being able to speak several languages. I think its the fact that they cant. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • I feel ashamed for those filipino who criticized your filipino accent. I don't think they have consideration. I'm filipino and i feel proud because you still acknowledge your first language.

  • I literally respect you😳🙌🙌
    I’m studying korean now after that will learn spanish definitely but you’re already getting what I want to do😆😆😆

  • 偶然見つけて動画見ました!去年Subicに留学しました!olongapo毎日のように行ってました☺️
    I coincidentally found your channel. I've studied English in the Philippines last year.then I used to go to olongapo city almost everyday☺️

  • I got here and subscribed because of your six language video. It’s nice to know you try and continue to speak Filipino to retain your culture. Like you said not many Filipinos know how to speak when you’re outside the Philippines majority of your life. It’s sad to hear you got those feedback from a fellow Filipino. I hurt to hear that somehow. I just want you to know it made me happy that you are keeping your Filipino culture thru trying to keep the language. You are such an inspiration to learn another language. God bless you!

  • 聞いたことある名前だな~と思ったらセーラームーンのネコか!(笑)ルナとアルテミス(笑)なつかしい~

  • Abbyyyy…… You're awesome and of you knew that but I just want to give you two thumbs up. I'm always into multilingual people. I speak several languages as well but in no way as fluent and passionate as you are 🙂 Oh and Van and RJ and… no waaayyy… are you Army, too? I'm 42 y.o btw so yeah go ahead and laugh lol… keep up the good work sweetie!

  • ilocano song

    no siak ti agasawa
    pilyek ti duktora
    tanu aginjection
    agininjection kami aduwa
    tinga ti rabii
    agininjection kami

  • Hey Abby you are really likeable and cute and I always feel proud when people want to learn my mother tongue, german.

    However…hearing that Tokyo Hotel song made me cringe so hard >.< I think other Germans can relate 😅

  • 17:44

    NENA war die erste Deutsche , in die ich mich verliebt habe ' 99 luftballons ' mit Antikriegs motiv zog sofort die Welt an.

    Nenas sanftes herz, das die Farbe und den Frieden liebt, ist stolz darauf

    Nena weiterhin zu lieben.Der Japanische anime ' sailor moon ' ist auch suβ!

  • Wow seriously some Filipino mock your Tagalog?

    Looking at the 2 sides of the coin, it could be that they are not mocking. More on just pointing out that you sound like a Filipino who stay in the provinces.

    Other side, there are really some fellow Filipino who liked to joke around and didn't realize that they sound like a hater.

    You are an inspiration. I am learning Spanish, German, Japanese and Korean too. Thank you for posting this video. Keep them coming



  • HI I am Japanese and I have learned English, Indonesian and Chinese in this one year. its so hard for me tho but I like to learn new language :))Ur Japanese is cute and amazing!thx for the good video! xoxo

  • Please make more videos in Japanese too! I will be going to Japan in 5 months and stay there for 18 months. I think you're really great teacher. ❤

  • Im a Filipino and my Oldest sister can understand and speak 27 languages while me i can only speak 4 language which is english, tagalog,Spanish and Danish.

  • we are so sorry what our fellow filipino acted, its just..its like a trend to a filipinos to judge a make fun of things. thats a toxicity that filipinos have, its so sad.

  • I can't believe people made a big deal out of your use of the USA flag for English and the Mexican one for Mexico… You made it clear in the other video you grew up in the USA, so obviously you'd be speaking a US variety of English. And it would also makes sense Spanish courses in the USA usually focus on Mexican Spanish as that is a large neighbour and the USA has many, many, many Mexican (and other Hispanic) immigrants. Some people are just looking for things to nitpick on and make elephants out of mosquitoes.

  • I’ve been trying so hard to lean Korean or Japanese but I’m struggling to learn how to read the characters do you have any tips?

  • Who else realized that she named her cat as “Artemis”, the Greek goddess of hunt?? 😂

    And Abby, if you are reading this, your cat is a goddess

  • As a spaniard I don't get why people would think spanish belongs to Spain. I mean here we say we don't speak spanish but castillian to refer to the spanish that is spoken here in Spain. Even inside of Spain there are another languagues and dialects, not to speak of every regional accent.
    So yes, if you put the mexican flag to signal you are able to learn spanish is totally fine, in fact is great because you recognise that your spanish is different to the one spoken in other parts like Argentina, Colombia or Spain.
    When I listen to your spanish, to me it's obvious that you learned the mexican spanish not the castillian one!!
    Vamos Abby!!!

  • ahh~ why others are so judgemental. but for me ate youre so nakakatuwa trying to speak tagalog, and you did it. yey. im from the Philippines🇵🇭

  • Binibini wag mo silang intindihin okay nga yung accent mo speaking Filipino tagalog.mga mema Lang Yun memasabi Lang.
    I think you are natural born Linguist.that a gift from our creator.Astig ka nga saludo ako sayo.isipin mo Kaya mong mag salita ng anim na wika astig! Keep it up inspiring us to learn languages and other cultures.

  • Ur tagalog is not perfect but its 'kawaiiiiii' hehe 😊 lol naging Japanese,
    don't mind them tho, keep learning, 💪

  • Wag mo na pansinin yun ibang mga kakabayan natin na makikitid pa din ang pag iisip… purely crab mentallity. Im sure inggit lang sila sau…

  • Woah! this is my first time watching your videos and your awesome!
    Actually I'm a filipino too and your accent doesn't matter anyways i speak ilocano too lol and I'm also learning japanese language bc i love anime's and their movies and also korean bc i love kdrama's 😍 that's it hahahaha xD! Sana ma notice mo to haha!

  • Dont mind those negative comments about your filipino accent.. just like in diff parts of the world, there are ignorant people in our home country.. you dont need to defend yourself to these people.. keep up the great vids!! 🙂

  • Wow you're so coolll 😍. You could speak 6 languages. I wanna learn many languages like you so I could communicate with different kinds of people. Don't mind those insulting comments saying that your Tagalog accent is bad ^^. It's not your fault that your accent is like that well.. you grew up in US so your accent like that.Well we can't satisfy other people. Fighting Po!

  • Bisaya here po but I was not able to associate your accent to bisaya. Just discovered your channel and I'm loving it.

  • You can learn the "neutral" accents. Speak as the natives do and not what your mother tongue would dictate the pronunciation

  • Hi😊, filipino out here… Sorry if some my or your fellow filipinos judge your accent in speaking filipino… I totally understand you… I really adore you, you are so great.. Just learning those languages, you are totally amazing… Pls notice me😊

  • Im soooo proud of you and im doing the same. We have that thing in common. I love learning the culture and i find it fascinating to know languages.
    Im Mexican i learned English when my dad brought me here to USA. At school I took german i really liked it but, my classmates made it so hard to learn. I just remember basic stuff. And currently, I'm studying Japanese, yes because anime. And since i also like kdrama & kpop im slowly picking up korean words. And lastly, a co worker knows tagalog, so i can see myself learning tagalog in the future since I know Spanish lol.
    Good luck with everything you are doing 👍💜

  • Spanish is my first language and i want to learn korean(i know 4 words),french,and portuguese(i actually speak a lot of words)and as you see i started to learned english when 4 years old(sorry i wrote a lot)

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