Sakura Haruka blog. Please go check them out. It was fun to see what she bought in a Korean Market. Ai speaks English. She has a little different accent than we do in Nebraska. To her family we probably have a little different accent. I could understand perfectly what she was saying. She was talking about Korean foods, and other products that she purchased.One Saturday morning a week ago I was watching some wonderful vlogs on
Isaak came up to me. He likes to watch the videos I'm watching. He said, "Mom I can't understand that language."
I don't know if he heard Ai rattling off the Korean product names, or if he heard her accent, and couldn't understand it.
Later that morning he said, "Do we still have that bird puppet?" I said, "Isaak I guess I don't know what puppet you are referring to." He said, "You know the one that goes to the movie that's in that other language. I think English."
I said, "Isaak it's called Boca Beth. It's Spanish, not English. We speak English already." He said, "Oh!"
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