girl born in CanadaBut from an Ecuadorian mother, everyone is touched TIC Toc For her honesty, as she angrily admits that she cannot stop speaking English at home, even if she should only do so in Spanish, as she is fluent in both languages, believing that the problem stems from the fact that stems from that he is a “latin gringa”, a definition that once made a smile on the faces of millions viral,
Vero Molina (@veromolina147) He has a beautiful girl with whom he has made some important pacts: You should speak Spanish at home and English on the road.But the girl has one drawback: she can’t help but speak Anglo-Saxon at home, so her mother calls her out on it and everything turns into a funny moment.
“You can speak English outside the house”dice veroTo which the minor adds: “But, I can’t control it, only in Spanish”, “Why can’t you control it? Tell me why”asks her mother, to which she replies with her natural innocence: “Because I latin gringaI have 2 languages”Answer that underline with great seriousness.
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but your breast Emphasizes the deal made: “Yeah, that’s why Spanish is spoken inside the house”, “I can’t control it… I know the (English) language here… I can’t control one language inside and the other out. I can’t control it!”,
in the second take, vero He asks his little girl who is still confused: “Don’t you like speaking Spanish anymore?”, “Yes, I like to speak Spanish, I also like to speak English”To which the mother affirmed her position: “But, at home we speak English”, “Mom, he, she, it’s not the things in life, in life everyone who’s a Gringa Latina can’t control it”,
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video is successful in TIC Tocbecause it’s piling up over 15.3 million views with thousands of comments captivated by the charms of latin gringa, “The most beautiful Latina gringa in the world”, “No ‘good afternoon’, Spanish is spoken here”, “That’s what happens when I go to a party, I can’t control myself”, “I can’t control those problems”. “, “I can’t fault her logic, she’s a Gringa Latina, how beautiful”, “The doubt we all have, what bilingual kids think”,