Nigerian Lady Amused as Her Little Son's Accent Changes 9 Months after They Relocated to Canada

Nigerian Lady Amused as Her Little Son's Accent Changes 9 Months after They Relocated to Canada

  • A Nigerian woman who moved to Canada has shared a change in her little son that left her in stitches
  • According to the lady, she relocated to the North American country with her son some months ago
  • The woman's video of her son's changed accent amused people and made women share their experiences with their kids

A Nigerian lady was amused after her little son's accent changed in Canada.

@ewatomi_h shared a video on TikTok where her little son requested water and said it in an accent that made the woman laugh.

Nigerian woman notices her little son's accent changed months after they moved to Canada
They relocated to Canada nine months ago. Photo Credit: @ewatomi_h
Source: TikTok

@ewatomi_h revealed that they had migrated to Canada nine months ago.

"Watching your son change his accent 9 months after relocating to Canada," @ewatomi_h's TikTok video was captioned.

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The clip gave many netizens some hard laughs.

Watch the video below:

@ewatomi_h's video got people talking

highly favour said:

"Please give the boy his warra."

sophia_odika said:

"He is still small so he can adapt to it quickly."

Mawannomi Seunfunmi said:

"That's how the brain works age 0-5 makes it way easier to adopt any and multiple languages. That ability declines with age! Pls mummy let him grasp his native language also,his brain can do that too."

Hon. MKO KISS said:

"Kids do adapt faster than Eyin Agbalagba."

Perpetual Asibor said:

"Nope, mine changed after a year and six months."

Adefunmilayo said:

"It remain small you won't hear him properly again and you will be telling him to repeat like 100 times."

buttercrumbs_ said:

"My Siblings left two years ago, can’t hear them clearly whenever we talk via calls."

Tobs_Tunes said:

"Kids adapt faster even if the kid is 10 years old."

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Primary school kids speak in funny accent

Meanwhile, previously reported that some primary school children were captured speaking in a funny 'British' accent.

The video quickly went viral as viewers found amusement in the children’s earnest efforts to mimic the accent, which seemed to be a playful challenge for them.

As shown by @cradleland, their discomfort was palpable, yet it added to the charm of the kids' display.

The scene unfolded with each child taking a turn in front of the camera, their expressions oscillating between concentration and mirth. While their British accents may not have been flawless, the sincerity behind their words resonated with viewers.

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