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(Video) Guy Shows Various Malaysian Accents When Speak English

Other than the Malay language, most of the Malaysians that live in Malaysia would also definitely use the English language as one of their daily conversational languages. Because of the different races and also ethnicities that exist here in this particular country, there are a lot of different accents that can be heard when Malaysians speak English.

As can be seen in this posted video on the TikTok app that went viral recently, this guy gets so creative showing the way on how most Malaysians speak English with their own accent. The particular video is indeed so funny to watch.

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In the video, he made some examples of how the Malays, Indians, and also Chinese speak in English. It is actually so hilarious because most of the netizens also feel that the accents that he used really sound so accurate with how all the real-life people talk outside. Looking at the comments section, a lot of netizens could totally relate to his own video.

Picture: TikTok tosikbeing

Picture: TikTok tosikbeing

Picture: TikTok tosikbeing

Picture: TikTok tosikbeing

Picture: TikTok tosikbeing

Sources: TikTok tosikbeing.

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