- A young teacher recently headed to Twitter where he shared a super adorable clip of himself teaching a Chinese student Tshivenda
- In the clip, the little one tries her best to copy her teacher, who is telling her the words to repeat after him
- The clip resulted in many jokes from locals while others simply swooned over the cuteness of it all
A young and visibly passionate teacher recently headed to the popular bluebird app, Twitter, to share what many can agree is a super adorable clip of himself teaching a small Chinese girl how to speak Tshivenda.
In the clip that was shared by, @Munangiwa_, he can be seen telling the eager little girl which words to say while she does her absolute best to copy him perfectly - and the resulting video is heartwarmingly sweet.
"Teaching tshiVenda in China," he captioned the video.
Many locals loved to see how far an African language was being carried and reacted to the clip, which got over 64k views, a whopping 5.4k times. Many of them headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts:
"Not me smiling like an idiot... this is so cute."
"I'm not surprised, phela Chinese is like the English version of of Venda so."
"This left me smiling like a fool."
"Very much beautiful! Hopefully you’re also learning Chinese Mandarin right there."
"This is a sign that you can teach a child any language and they will understand it. Big up man, keep doing good."
In other Briefly News, as an infant, everything is new and strange and full of possibility. Sometimes these new discoveries make us stop and giggle in complete joy while other times the oddness of the world is absolutely frightening.
An adorable little baby experienced one of these startling moments when he saw twin brothers for the first time. His mother caught the hilarious incident on camera and we couldn't help but chuckle at the sweet baby's reaction.
In the video, the mom is heard trying to comfort her panicked child through fits of laughter while the twin brothers teasingly reassure the boy they mean no harm.
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