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Pronunciation Battle: Japanese, Korean, English, and Chinese!

Dave is back with another video!

An American, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese person will say the same word and we'll see how different they are.

The words he chose are English words that are not changed much in Japanese/Korean/Chinese (for example, computer is pronounced "com-pyu-teo" in Korean...)


I think Erina also just has an insanely cute voice so it makes her Japanese sounds super baby-ish so please don't be offended if they make Japanese seem overly cute :3

I hope to understand the basics of all of these languages someday!

Who is with me!?

I love Dave and his videos. Especially this style though. As a native English speaker and current student of Korean and Japanese, these are super interesting.
Omg that guy is in Astros drama To be continued! he was the English teacher lol
I literally love these videos
awesome!! I definitely wanna master Korean and then I'll try Japanese! cx
yaaaaas i freaking love Dave
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