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Strangers Try Building A Lego Set While Speaking Different Languages


– (speaking foreign language) Ding, ding. Ding, ding. – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) (squeaking sign swinging) (upbeat music) – Today we’re here to build Legos, without speaking the same language. – How that’s gonna work, I have no idea. – (speaking foreign language) I live in California
and I think it’s a sin that I don’t know how
to speak Spanish yet. – My parents are Dominican. I had a time-period in my
life where I didn’t wanna speak Spanish so I lost a lot of it. Once I got older I was
like no, I need this. This is my origins, this is my roots. So I practiced it over and over again and (speaking foreign language) – I’m from Manilla, which
is in the Philippines and out of the thousand
dialects I speak Tagalog. – Tagalu? Let me make sure I say it right, I’m trying to be respectful. Say it again. – [Male] Tagalog. – One more time. – Oh, it’s heavy – This is what were building? (thump) – Ahh. – Who has time for this? (laughing) This is not real. (beep) (beep) (beep) (bell rings) (pop) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Oh no! (buzzer) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Oh, okay. (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Okay. – [Together] Okay. – Okay. – [Male] Then after a while
I was more interested in the language than the Lego. – [Female] Yeah, for sure because I was just like, let’s count. – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Oh shit! (buzzer) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Okay. – (speaking foreign language) – Okay. – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – [Female] I didn’t
understand, nothing you said. Except for when like, you’d be like. – (speaking foreign language) [Together] – (speaking foreign languages) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (upbeat music) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – [Male] I feel like
we got something done. – [Female] And there
was a lot of high fives. – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (record scratching) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – [Female] I feel at times
I definitely grew impatient. (speaking foreign language) (buzzer) (beep) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – [Male] I wanted to
flip through the pages and tell you you do this. – [Female] No way because
of the language barrier. – (speaking foreign language) (laughing) – (speaking foreign language) – Okay. – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – I was definitely listening even though I didn’t understand. So I guess I just learned to like really pay attention to someone. – (speaking foreign language) – No uh. I knew she was speaking
fast, but I was just like I understand her. – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – (speaking foreign language) – Even though those sounds,
it was the first time I was hearing those sounds,
if I just focused on her and stopped worrying about
what I want to say then I’ll pick up anything she says. – I know that I am one blessed
and two I’m so privileged to be able to speak two languages. I appreciate that and I will
continue to move forward making sure that my
children understand it and can speak it. (laughing) We built this one without– – Yep. – Without speaking the same language. – Without the same language. – (speaking foreign language) – What? (laughing) (upbeat music) (squeaking sign swinging)

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