Mum Hails Little Son's School As He Speaks Clean And Well-Constructed English In Video

Mum Hails Little Son's School As He Speaks Clean And Well-Constructed English In Video

  • A Nigerian mother has shared a lovely video of her little son who speaks clean English at his tender age
  • In a captivating video on TikTok, the woman also revealed how the boy apologises severally whenever he got hurt
  • Social media users who watched the clip were more attracted by the sweet way he pronounced words

A little Nigerian boy has left netizens in awe with his fluent and well-constructed grammar usage.

A video showed the smart toddler heading to school with his mother when he suddenly fell while running.

Little boy speaks with great accent
Little boy's accent captivates netizens Photo credit: @omofolawe1/TikTok.
Source: UGC

Little boy apologises with clean English

In the clip posted by his mother @omofolawe1, the boy quickly stood on his feet and began to apologise to his mother for falling.

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His fluent spoken English while saying sorry to his mother captivated the hearts of netizens who watched the clip.

After sharing the video, the mother praised her son's school in the comments, dubbing it a great one for her child.

"POV: Your son apologises each time he gets hurt until he's satisfied. With his shiny head wey be like egg. Such a great school."

Reactions trail little boy's accent

The video quickly went viral on the TikTok app, eliciting tons of reactions from netizens who came across it on the platform.

Many were left in awe over the little boy's ability to speak fluently with well constructed English at a tender age.

@Fa_tee_mah said:

"Awww I went to yomfield. I recognized the uniform immediately."

@XôXô reacted:

"Cocomelon always give em an accent."

@Dandy said:

"Would always spot Yomfield uniform."

@Rashford 95 asked:

"Where he got the accent from tho?"

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@Just_Dee said:

"Ms racheal English my son speak the exact English."

@Lovely Tina reacted:

"Mummy too change accent make he no be like na only she come from Nigeria."

@Your fav demon said:

"Una no understand this baby boy. He dey apologize give coco pops."

@Anyanwu ututu said:

"If Thas isn’t my toddler!! His own is shaaaaaawwiiiiiiiiiiii."

@Toxic said:

"I first think say na The Sun, I con realise say na your Son head. What is wrong with me."

@tife_dgaf added:

"His accent is different from his look. Fine boy wey you suppose dey plait all back for."

@sexytee added:

“With his shining head wey be like egg”. Was that necessary mummy…he sounds like a cartoon btw. Zo cute."

Watch the video below:

Girl explains things with clean English

Meanwhile, previously reported that a video showed a little girl explaining to an audience the differences between living and non-living things.

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The beautiful video, posted on TikTok on Sunday, November 20, captured the little girl giving examples with pencils and plants.


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