As English speakers, we have a lot of fun imitating what certain languages sound like to us, such as French, Italian, and Chinese.

One Great example from Family guy.

Let’s turn the tables and see what other people think we sound like...

 

1. The best of the best: Adriano Celentano- Prisencolinensinainciusol

Italian singer, songwriter, comedian, actor, and tv host Adriano Celentano wrote this amazing in 1972.

The video itself is pure eye candy, and the words are what English sounds like to a non-native speaker, and they’re pure gibberish.

Celentano has stated that the song is about incommunicability in the modern age, and prisencolinensinainciusol is supposed to stand for “universal love.” Amazing.

 

2. English as interpreted by a 9-year old Japanese boy.

This is what English sounds like to a little Japanese boy. It sounds like a lot of barking, with “rock and roll” and “English” thrown in there for good measure.

 

3. English according to a peculiar French dude.

This strange French fellow does a surprisingly good imitation of English, along with a few other languages. Kind of interesting.

 

4. Bulgarian woman attempts Mariah Carey on “Music Idol.”

Valentina Hasan attempting Mariah Carey’s “Without You” on the Bulgarian version of American Idol. Ridiculous.

Click here to read the full article on amog.com...


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Date: 10 Feb 2010 | Author: mesmerX | Category: Videos | Views: 5930

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Comments: 3

Guest | 29 Jul 2010 - 15:08
No videos. Large blank spaces where they should be.

Kat | 15 Feb 2010 - 22:47
Sadly, none of these videos show up on my computer. =(

Guest | 10 Feb 2010 - 07:56
The last one was the best..

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