A non-native isiXhosa speaker made two petrol attendants’ day after recording a video with them for her TikTokThe lady, who is of European descent, made a video showing her cheerful interaction with workers at a Total petrol station Many people’s hearts were warmed after seeing the lady with the men who were not expecting her to speak isixhosa
Many people were delighted by a TikTok of a woman speaking the second most common language in South Africa. Many people were not expecting that woman to be able to speak isiXhosa.
A TikTok video shows a moment at Total Garage when a non-native IsiXhosa speaker chatted with the petrol attendants. Image: @thebezfamSource: TikTok
The video of the woman while out and about received thousands of likes. Many complimented the TikTok creator on her language skills.
Petrol attendants in awe of woman
is a non-native isiXhosa speaker, and she always nails it. In a video posted on TikTok, she mingled with employees at a petrol station.
Watch the video below to see their cute interaction:
SA applauds woman’s isiXhosa skills
Online users were gushing over the wholesome video. Many people complimented the woman on her isiXhosa pronunciation.
Sakhile DinangweMagaye said:
“Wow so fluent.”
“Tik Tok is showing us a different side of South Africa.”
“I swear when you learn a new language it’s like you also download a new personality.”
“Accent is 100 percent.”
Ambrosia Gail added:
“She can speak the language better than me.”
“Khuphuka lapho 1st additional language.”
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South Africans love to see people from different cultures try foreign languages. A nonnative isixhosa speaker went viral for entering a taxi and greeting everyone in the language
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The man in the video sounded like a native isiZulu speaker. People commented, amazed by his expertise in the most widely spoken language in SA.
A video posted by @lbmotorsportza shows an Asian man having conversations in isiZulu. In the video, he had isiZulu expressions down to a tee.