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[ASMR] Whispers in Different Languages | Spanish, Japanese, German, French


Hey everybody I’m Gibi and as you can tell,
I am fluent in English. It is the only language that I am fluent in. However, I studied quite a few languages over
my years and I am going to speak a little bit of each of them. My Spanish is my most familiar, I took about…over
seven years learning it, from when I was younger, and through a bit of college. I took one year of elementary, beginning,
beginner beginner French, when I was in high school, so French is definitely my worst of
these four. I took about three months of intense Japanese
and I took one year of German. So I am not even close to fluent in any of
these four languages, but, I can somewhat read these sentences that I wrote out for
myself. They’re gonna be…pretty bad. And I’m sure this will be entertaining, comically,
for those of you who are fluent or are more familiar with these languages. But, um, I find that people get a kick out
of me trying to say things in different languages, so, here we go. I’m gonna start with Spanish, and then just
move on from there, so this is the last English you’ll hear from me and I’m totally stalling
because I’m nervous but… here we go. Hello, my name is Gibi. I make ASMR videos. Thank you
for watching my channel. I hope you sleep well. I hope you sleep well. I learned Spanish in high school, but
I am nervous to speak it now because I have not practiced in many years. Practiced in many years. I believe Spanish is very pretty. It’s
a talent to pronounce it correctly. It’s hard to whisper! Whisper. Whisper. I visited Barcelona two times with my friends. My friend is Spanish, and her family has a
house there. We went to a Lumineers concert one night,
and we stayed out until five in the morning! The food in Spain was incredible. Incredible, My favorite was the artichokes. Artichokes. The artichokes. Now, I look for it in every restaurant, but none are the same. Thank you for listening. Now, it’s time to speak Japanese! Thank you. Thank you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. I am Gibi. I am American. American It’s a pleasure. It’s a pleasure. I studied Japanese for three months. Japanese is very difficult! VERY difficult. Here are some sentences/phrases: Good morning! Good morning Good morning It’s good It’s good It’s good Let’s speak Japanese. Let’s spea- speak Japanese. Let’s speak Japanese. Can you repeat that please? Can you repeat that please? Can you repeat that please? I like sweets. I like sweets. I like sweets. (Ok, L…) Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. You’re welcome. You’re welcome. You’re welcome. Yes, thanks! Yes, thanks. Pardon me! Excuse me… I’m sorry. What is that?? What is that? Welcome! I visited Japan. Vi…Vi-si-ted? I visited Japan. I loved Japan! Now I am going to speak German! Hello I am Gibi. My family is German, but I think German pronunciation is the most difficult Di-ffi-cult… German pronunciation is the most di-ffi-cult…(see???) My family is German, but I think German pronunciation is the most diff- (dammit!) difficult! My accent is HORRENDOUS. My accent is… My accent is horrendous. My Grandma and Grandpa laugh at me. I studied German for one year. My professors were very boring… very bor…BORING. My professors were very boring. My professors were very. boring. (It wasn’t their fault… content was boring!) I was always too bu—busy… B-U-S-Y –to do my homework. I was always too busy to do my homework. Now, my German is awful. We’ll see how this goes. Thanks! Please…please…please… Yes…and no. Excuse me, please. I’m sorry! The bread is good!!! What’s your name? Can you help me? Can you help me? When I was a kid, I watched “MUZZY”. “MUZZY”. “Good morning, I’m Norbert!” Muzzy! It was an educational film to teach you German. Muzzy, and Bob, and Sylvia And Norbert, and the King, and the Queen! I forgot about that. I guess it didn’t work very well! Thank you for listening. I am going to speak French now (help). Hello. My name is Gibi. I don’t know French. I am nervous… I found sentences… I found sentences. Please. Please. No. No. Yes. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. You’re welcome. How are you? How are you? Okay. Let’s go. I don’t know! I don’t know… Bye! Moulin Rouge! I love the Moulin Rouge! “La Complainte de la Butte” “La Complainte de La Butte.” Rufus Wainwright. The very pallid moon rests a diadem on your red hair. Good? (…Spanish) Good? No. Ok. Thank you for your attention. I hope you sleep well. I hope you sleep well. Goodnight ~~~~

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