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Polyglots Talking To Each Other

  • Жарияланды 2021 ж. 12 Мау.

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  • Ruri Ohama
    Ruri Ohama  Жыл бұрын +4087

    Kanalını ele geçirmeye geldim

    • Emre Aydoğdu
      Emre Aydoğdu 18 күн бұрын


    • Artem Timokhin
      Artem Timokhin 28 күн бұрын

      Laughing Ruri, wow!

    • Bandeclay
      Bandeclay Ай бұрын


    • Serkan
      Serkan Ай бұрын

      Rastgele ana Sayfama düştü açtım gördüm hatta senin sayfana girdim baktım.Çok itici ,soğuk,Türkiye'yi benimsememiş videolarında Türkçe konuşmayan hatta bir videoda10 tane alt yazı ekleyip Türkçe'yi eklemeyen tabi bunlardan bananede şaşırdığım o kadar Türk'ün takip etmesi...

    • İ.d.
      İ.d. 3 ай бұрын


  • EquisNatalia
    EquisNatalia  Жыл бұрын +1477

    I'm a native Spanish speaker (I'm from Spain!) and your accent is really impressive for someone who doesn't speak much Spanish! I've also been learning and using English my whole life and I work as an English teacher. (I dream in both English and Spanish) and I've been learning turkish for a bit less than a year now, I think it's a beautiful language! Amazing video by the way!!😁

    • DA !
      DA ! 15 күн бұрын

      spaniards are weird as fck, instead of THE JOKER, THEY USE EL BROMAS ASESINO. WTF

    • elxxurii
      elxxurii 28 күн бұрын

      @Deutsch mit Purple lo siento bro pero con ese nivel de español te tienes que esforzar mucho. En 2 líneas hiciste 3 fallos gramaticales. Pero no pasa nada un saludo desde España. Por cierto, el alemán es demasiado difícil.

    • elxxurii
      elxxurii 28 күн бұрын

      A ver a ver, literalmente cada frase que suelta tiene 1 o más errores gramaticales. Los tiempos de verbo los confunde mucho. Así que tampoco le des al chaval medallas que no son que se lo cree

    • VNKDaBaz
      VNKDaBaz 3 ай бұрын

      I mean he does look like Iberian people.

    • Deutsch mit Purple
      Deutsch mit Purple 4 ай бұрын

      Estoy aprendido espanol. Me encante esta idioma. Espero que yo puedo hablar espanol muy bien

  • Dear Life Recipes
    Dear Life Recipes Ай бұрын +3

    İngilizceyi ve Almancayı böyle konuşan 2 kişiden bu kadar düzgün Türkçe hiç beklemiyordum👏🏻

  • zemx2rw
    zemx2rw Ай бұрын

    I wanna learn Japanese. It's so good and funny

  • Rustam Gilmutdinov
    Rustam Gilmutdinov Ай бұрын +2

    Your expression really depends on the language. When Ruri speaks Turkish, she's really like a girl from Instanbul. So funny, talkative and attracts attention. But she's opposite speaking Japanese. That's curious to watch:) Salamlar from turkic Uzbekistan

  • weldan
    weldan 5 ай бұрын +114

    Türkçe konuşmaya başladıkları anda mimikleri ve konuşma enerjileri ne kadar çok yükseldi Türkçe konuşurken daha samimi bir enerji yaydılar.

    • YKZehra
      YKZehra Ай бұрын +2

      @A. Aydemir yok yok cidden cok gulmeye falan basladilar turkceye gelmeden resmi ve ciddi insanlar saniyodum ikisini

    • A. Aydemir
      A. Aydemir Ай бұрын +4

      Senin ana dilin türkçe olduğu için sana öyle geliyor

  • Dream Strawberry
    Dream Strawberry  Жыл бұрын +537

    00:00 English 🇬🇧🇺🇸
    04:27 German 🇩🇪
    07:28 Turkish 🇹🇷
    10:13 Spanish & Japanese 🇪🇸&🇯🇵

  • Heather Londian
    Heather Londian  Жыл бұрын +403

    Since i'm trying to learn Turkish i have found that i dream sometimes in Turkish even though I do not know what I am saying. I watch Turkish tv series and Listen to Turkish music so i repeat in my head what i've heard. Please make more Turkish Learning Videos I love them :)

    • Deutsch mit Purple
      Deutsch mit Purple 4 ай бұрын


    • Ben de yoluma giderim
      Ben de yoluma giderim 9 ай бұрын

      @Heather Londian As I Turkish , please don't watch Turkish series . Your brain not deserve this.There are just bullshit.Come on one episode is 2.30 hour.Really you waste your valuable time?.It's up to you but in my opinion just watch logical and short Turkish serious.

    • ahmed alshammari
      ahmed alshammari 11 ай бұрын

      We can practicing if you want

    • Golden Daydream
      Golden Daydream  Жыл бұрын +1

      Hi, if you want we can make practice together

    • Heather Londian
      Heather Londian  Жыл бұрын +6

      @Yagmur Sena YES!!!!!

  • Johanna
    Johanna  Жыл бұрын +128

    When you spoke in Turkish I was so amazed. I thought it would sound like arabic but I got so mixed feelings while hearing you speak. The way you speaks sounds like a person from norway speaking norwiegan so as a swedish person it felt so weird not understanding what you said when you spoke in turkish. The language itself doesnt sound like norwiegan but the way you speak does. My god!

    • Darhan Sansızbay
      Darhan Sansızbay Ай бұрын +3

      ​@Caio Vinicius many people from my country know that Finnish is not a Germanic language. Ignorance is ignorance. In this day and age ignorance is easily curable with a short Google search. You just have to be curious.

    • Teressa
      Teressa 6 ай бұрын +1

      @A fascinating!! Had no idea Turkish was related to to Eastern European languages more than Arabic! That’s so interesting!

    • TepeGöz
      TepeGöz 9 ай бұрын +4

      she speaks like regular turkish girl nothing special

    • Andrey Ferdler
      Andrey Ferdler 9 ай бұрын

      I guess you didn't realize it, but you're a racist.

    • MrtAltn
      MrtAltn 10 ай бұрын +22

      Thats a common mistake since most turks are muslim people think that the language must sound some kind of arabic while turkish is a language that originated in Siberia and much closer to languages like Japanese Korean Mongolian Finnish Hungarian etc. than Arabic 😀

  • Niamh Harika Şen
    Niamh Harika Şen  Жыл бұрын +218

    I'm half Turkish and half Irish but I live in Germany so I speak Turkish, English and German, plus a little bit of Irish and bc of my parents job I lived in a bunch of countries such as Switzerland, Ireland, Turkey and Spain. Spanish as a subject is mandatory at my school and Latin as well but you can't rlly speak Latin so I don't count that in.

    • Kool Koala
      Kool Koala 3 ай бұрын

      Wow mrsworldwide

    • florian
      florian 9 ай бұрын +1

      @Nuer Odol they were most likely referring to the celtic language irish

    • Nuer Odol
      Nuer Odol  Жыл бұрын +2

      irish is english

    • God of Chaos Khorne
      God of Chaos Khorne  Жыл бұрын +6

      @Niamh Harika Şen there is an extreme amount of Turcophobia in Europe. Even people who aren't necessarily racist have huge biases. It's true that we always have to work harder than them to prove our selves and even then it's often not enough.
      There is also the thing where they constantly question our loyalty. Or if you try to explain a Turkish point of view with anything about geopolitics they immediately think they know better. Because they saw on the news or read something somewhere and believe that makes them an expert when you're Turkish. Your perspective doesn't matter and if you do not agree with them you're seen as a traitor..they believe their media is ALWAYS truthful at least when it comes to countries like Turkey. So anything out of their line of thinking is automatically wrong.
      The amount of times I've had people ask me questions as if they expect an apology whenever ISIS did something is insane. Despite the fact that I'm not religious.
      I've had professors during project defenses ask me if I supported the Dutch national footbal team or the Turkish one. And when I said I actually hate footbal but I'd be happy for either of them to win. They basically implied I was two faced and that they thought I was lying.
      And then there is the whole "owww but you don't look Turkish??!" In a condescending way as if they know what a Turk is supposed to look like. Or as if they are giving you a compliment implying Turkish people look bad, basically saying 'you look good for a Turk'
      It's hard being Turkish in Europe, esp if you live in smaller towns. It's easier in cosmopolitan big cities. Despite being the most well integrated minority in the Netherlands (according to Dutch gov reports). A lot of people act like we're not integrated or refuse to integrate. Despite huge contributions to the economy, countless businesses that we start etc etc they act like we all live off welfare
      Today (yesterday now). I was at this thing where they help people get back on their feet and get back to work. And this friend of mine who works there asked if I could give a creative writing class there in my free time. So I said sure, why not. Mainly because I owed her and it was a one time thing. Almost everyone there was Dutch and they are all on welfare. And during the break this one girl. 22 years old, obviously uneducated, speaks like a pleb was talking about how she'd never go through some neighborhood "because a lot of Turks live there"
      When I was younger I would have probably really let that get to me. If it was a boy or probably have beaten him up. But as I've grown older I've realised it's not worth wasting your breath on simple people like that. It's not worth ever allowing them to hurt you or make you feel inadequate whether they intended it to or not.
      Anyway even the educated ones can often constantly gaslight and make subtly racist remarks. At least the dumb ones are open a out it.. and the worst part is. As if the whole post 9/11 stuff we had to go through wasn't enough (I'm about a decade older than you probably). On the past 10 years the media in the Netherlands and Germany have obsessively made anti Turkey propaganda under the guise of being anti Erdoğan. Which in turn made Turks who already faced a lot of racism become an even bigger target. Made people even more accusatory and suspicious. I was Anti Erdoğan when the western media was calling him a democratic hero and economic geniuw, something they did untill the early 2010s..and now suddenly Erdoğan is some evil James bond villain according to western media. And if you don't agree with the western media on something regarding Turkey. If you don't bash your own people, belittle your own culture, if you don't 100% agree with western media then you are accused of being an "Erdoğan supporter". Which in their eyes also means "traitor". Not only don't they have a right to tell us who we should and shouldn't support. But the fact is that for them Erdoğan is purely just an excuse, it's a convenient way to attack Turkey. The issue is that Turkey is more self assertive and doesn't just blindly follow whatever Europe or US demands. Erdoğan being an idiot and breaking relations with Israel also played a major role with America turning against us.. Turkey defending it's EEZ rights, refusing to accept US using PKK terrorists as a proxy on its borders. Developing its own defense industry and looking for alternatives when our supposed allies refuse to sell us much needed defense systems etc etc.
      They want Turkey to be a vassal state. A good little colony. Not an actual partner. And Turkey getting more powerful and changing regional balances despite their best efforts to keep Turkey weak and dependent really pisses them off.
      Anyway, don't mind my long rant young lady. I wish you all the best with your studies. I know it's hard being lonely. But remember the things I told my sister too. School isn't about friends etc. Highschool friends, drama etc are all meaningless and eventhough it might mean a lot to you now just a few months after you're fine there nothing that happened there will matter to you ever again. I wish you a bright future. P.s don't neglect to teach your children Turkish if you ever have kids
      Edit don't mind the grammar and spelling I'm too lazy to proof read or correct it wrote it half asleep on my phone and autocorrect hates me lol

    • Niamh Harika Şen
      Niamh Harika Şen  Жыл бұрын +8

      @God of Chaos Khorne omg i'm so proud of ur little sister. you seem to be an incredible sibling!
      and yes, i go to a gymnasium. i'm one of the only turkish kids at school and sometimes it's hard bc i always need to make sure to talk eloquently bc any mistake regarding my language or behavior will immediately be remembered as "oh the immigrant made a mistake again!"
      i don't think anyone who isn't visibly an immigrant has ever been told by their dad that they have to work harder and be better than their classmates bc in our case, being as good as the others isn't enough. i always need to prove myself, something german kids don't need to worry about. it's not fair.
      people really get surprised when they first meet me. not bc i'm interesting or anything but bc they didn't think turkish people would read in their free time and be good at school. it's hella upsetting how so many think we are all uneducated without access to books or other medias.

  • Razan
    Razan  Жыл бұрын +21

    Ben türk değilim hatta Türkiyeye hiç gelmedim ama 100% sadece türkçeye anladım😂 Suudim ve türkçe sadece dizi şarkı program öyle şeylerden öğrendim, İngilizceye öğrenmeye çalışırken sizin videonuz karışma çıktı ve gayet tatlı insanlarsınız😍

    • Ashab
      Ashab Сағат бұрын


  • fat russian hacker from japan
    fat russian hacker from japan  Жыл бұрын +1352

    Ya Türkçe'ye geçerken bir samimiyet geliyor :D

  • Anna Dubowska
    Anna Dubowska  Жыл бұрын +65

    I've been learning both Japanese and Turkish for quite some time now and what happens to me all the time is that I mix both languages a lot. For example, I had a really embarrassing moment when I ran into my Japanese teacher in town and when got asked how I was going to go back to my village, I responded: "Tabun basu de gideceğim" 🤦 My God, how embarrassed I was at that moment 😳

    • msjulicious
      msjulicious 2 ай бұрын +1

      i mix Turkish and Japanese alot too because they have similar sentence structure. 😅

    • İ.d.
      İ.d. 3 ай бұрын


    • Emine Cinar
      Emine Cinar 9 ай бұрын +1

      Ohh. In this memory your right use of "gideceğim" piqued my interest more. These suffix are hard stuff so you using it right is the part you should focus. Good job. By the way you were talking about a possibility right? Cause if I'm not wrong "Tabun" means probably in Japanese

    • TimeRevealsAllThings
      TimeRevealsAllThings 9 ай бұрын +9

      As a turkish person that's not as embarassing as you tought. It's kinda more funny. Your comment is 9 months ago. So did you learn Turkish and Japanese? Can you speak fluently? (Btw i'm very proud of people who want to learn turkish in comments. )

  • Mine Yılmaz
    Mine Yılmaz  Жыл бұрын +24

    ruri türkçe konuşurken hanım abladan bacıya dönüşüyor gerçekten çok tatlısınız 💕💕

  • Colin Hirschberg
    Colin Hirschberg  Жыл бұрын +29

    Reşat ve Ruri, teşekkür ederim for this video. The notion of dreaming in different languages definitely resonates with my experiences.
    As a native speaker of only English, I sometimes find myself in dreams speaking or thinking relatively ineptly in the languages that acquired after English. For example, I once dreamed that I was speaking Kazakh with Kazakhs at a guesthouse in Almaty, but my jacket's zipper was zipped up so high in the dream that it was restraining my Adam's apple, so I was unable to articulate Kazakh's uvular phonemes /q/ and /ʁ/ -- represented as the letters қ (or q) and ғ (or ǵ), respectively. I awoke to realize that I no tightly zipped jacket was constricting my neck, but I was pulling the blankets so tightly across my neck in my sleep that it was inhibiting and stifling my breathing. I also experienced a surreal dream in French, wherein I dined at a restaurant called Sœur that served sour food and thought the restaurant's name meant "sour" until I awoke, at which point I instantly told myself, "Wait! 'Sœur' does not mean 'sour' in French; 'sœur' is the French word for 'sister.' The French word for 'sour' is actually 'aigre.' " I probably envisioned a restaurant offering sour food, imagined it being named "sour" in French, and incorrectly constructed a pidgin French word for "sour" by modifying the spelling of the English word "sour." I have also dreamed in fluent, flawless Spanish on numerous occasions. However, I would estimate that 90% of my dreams are in English, which is reflective of the fact that I speak mostly English.

    • Sarah means KN
      Sarah means KN  Жыл бұрын

      I love the way you explain your dreams,that seems like a movie❤😁👍🏻

    • Baglan Namet
      Baglan Namet  Жыл бұрын +2

      @Colin Hirschberg өте керемет мысалдар келтірдіңіз 👍. Егер қазақ тілінде сөйлескіңіз келсе, көмектесуге дайынмын. Қысылмай айта беріңіз 😊🤗

    • Colin Hirschberg
      Colin Hirschberg  Жыл бұрын +2

      ​@Baglan Namet , сіздің жауабыңыз үшін көп рахмет сізге! ("Thank you so much for your reply!") I have to agree that Kazakh pronunciation is challenging. A candidate for the gnarliest and most confusable set of Kazakh words for any beginner, especially one who does not have a handle on all the vowel phonemes of Kazakh, would have to be кез ("time/instance/occurrence/timeframe"), көз ("eye"), күз ("autumn/fall"), қаз ("goose"), құс ("bird"), қыз ("girl"), and қыс ("winter").
      Also, I forgot to mention another dream of mine, in which someone was speaking to me in a combination of Portuguese, Spanish, and French. The other person in this dream was warning me, "É possivel que llueva aujourd'hui." ("It is possible for it to rain today.") To translate this language-by-language, "É possivel" means "It is possible" in Portuguese, "que llueva" is Spanish for "that it rains" with the verb for "rain" conjugated in the subjunctive mood, and "aujourd'hui" is the French equivalent of "today." It is amusing how foreign languages sometimes seem to get distorted or intermixed in my dreams.

    • Baglan Namet
      Baglan Namet  Жыл бұрын +3

      yeah , I definitely agree with you. I have been learning English intensively for 5 months . Once my roommates noticed that I was talking in English while I was sleeping . It was a black eye . BTW I am proud of you , as a native speaker of Kazakh I must say that pronounciation of Kazakh is not an easy thing to do .

  • Marco
    Marco  Жыл бұрын +23

    I'm Spaniard and your accent sounds 100% from Spain 👏🏻👏🏻 You two are amazing, such an inspiration

  • Osmer Suarez
    Osmer Suarez  Жыл бұрын +10

    Sorprendente me parece genial la velocidad de aprendizaje de la pronunciación del español de Ruri, se nota que tiene un don para aprender idiomas y manejarlos a un gran nivel. Ruri debe aprender español. La amo. Puedes practicar conmigo tu español conmigo soy de latinoamerica. Aprendiendo coreano e ingles.

  • Dust Inspace
    Dust Inspace  Жыл бұрын +11

    Maşallah ya, nasıl bu kadar iyi konuşabilirsınız? Hem de dört farklı dil. Bravo. Bosna'dan selamlar.

  • Justin Kovacs
    Justin Kovacs 2 ай бұрын +5

    Sorry, I’m late to the party. 🤣 This is incredibly impressive, both of you. I’m extremely jealous of anyone who can speak even 2 languages, much less 4 or 5. Trying to learn Turkish is overwhelming sometimes, but I’m going to keep trying.
    As a native English speaker, I must say that your grammar, pronunciation, and accents are outstanding! Love your channel, Resh; thank you for the helpful lessons and keep up the great work!

    • Ali BUZKURT
      Ali BUZKURT Ай бұрын

      Hello. Would you like to make vid calls on any platform you want on a daily basis to improve your Turkish?

  • ariel baez
    ariel baez  Жыл бұрын +10

    Exelente pronunciación amigo,gracias ,tu español es perfecto. 🇲🇽

  • this is me
    this is me  Жыл бұрын +1693

    siz türkçe konuşurken bile benim altyazı okumaya devam etmem...

  • Carlos
    Carlos 6 ай бұрын +8

    Tienes un acento perfecto en Español, pareces de la zona norte de España, de Burgos o. País Vasco!!!.
    Yo soy de Burgos y es impresionante!!

  • Husna Aisyah
    Husna Aisyah  Жыл бұрын +13

    9:47 - 9:56 you know that one friend that make fun of what the other said, and they started to add the jokes one after another, lastly ended up with one of them burst out laugh the loudest 😂

  • Ailen Somar
    Ailen Somar  Жыл бұрын +6

    Tu español es bastante bueno. Muy buena pronunciación y vocabulario. Felicidades. Yo hablo español, portugués e inglés, y desde hace casi dos años he estado aprendiendo turco por mi cuenta a través de aplicaciones en el teléfono y escuchando música turca. Me encanta que la gramática sea tan distinta a lo que estoy acostumbrada, todo un reto sin duda. Saludos

  • Ana Polianetska
    Ana Polianetska 9 ай бұрын +13

    Hi! I`m Anna. I speak Ukranian and russian natively. Then at school and uni I`ve learnt English and Spanish, I speak those two fluently. And now I`m living in Turkey, so I`m pre-intermediate and currently studying Turkish

    • elxxurii
      elxxurii 28 күн бұрын

      Habría que ver si habla fluidamente el español de verdad o no. Por los comentarios todos sabemos hablar fluidamente y luego cuesta horrores hablar con extranjeros que hablan “fluidamente”

    • Peperoni
      Peperoni Ай бұрын


    • Фильмы и сериалы
      Фильмы и сериалы 2 ай бұрын +2

      Wow, this is really cool. I'm from Ukraine too, and speak Russian and Ukrainian too;). I live in Germany. First time, I understood only English. Now:
      I have fluently German, English, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish. Now, I'm learning Japanese:) Good luck Anna!

  • amjan
    amjan  Жыл бұрын +662

    I'm Polish and I understood:
    English - 100%
    German - 100%
    Spanish - 95%
    Turkish - 8% (I'm studying it now)
    Japanese - 2% (I studied it a long time ago)

    • Hwaans Swaanh
      Hwaans Swaanh 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Deutsch mit Purple mir geht es auch gut. Danke schön, woher kommen Sie ? Ich komme aus Algerien

    • Deutsch mit Purple
      Deutsch mit Purple 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Hwaans Swaanh Mir geht's gut. Und du?

    • Hwaans Swaanh
      Hwaans Swaanh 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Deutsch mit Purple hallo , wie geht es Sie ?

    • İ.d.
      İ.d. 3 ай бұрын +1

      Türkçede iyi şanslar xd

    • Kool Koala
      Kool Koala 3 ай бұрын

      @amjan you can learn sugondese its easy and enjoyable

  • Hagit Lahav MEd WhispeR2Reading
    Hagit Lahav MEd WhispeR2Reading  Жыл бұрын +6

    I really enjoyed you two! You demonstrate what being a polyglot is, and you are super natural and cute in your interaction.

  • Berra Okyaltırık
    Berra Okyaltırık  Жыл бұрын +4


  • Manny G
    Manny G 7 ай бұрын +4

    Greetings from California, USA. I love learning languages. I am fluent in English, Armenian, Farsi, and Azerbaijani. Also conversational in Turkish, French, Italian, Spanish, and some Russian. Learning languages provides you with the opportunity to explore different cultures and have a better understanding of their traditions. Thank you for your great videos which are both very entertaining and educational at the same time.

  • Astur Asturiano
    Astur Asturiano  Жыл бұрын +8

    Tu español es muy bueno. Tienes un acento excelente! Enhorabuena!

  • It's me
    It's me  Жыл бұрын +7

    Wowww el español del chico es muy bueno omg, y los demás idiomas también me encantan💖 I really love these video💖

  • Beyza
    Beyza  Жыл бұрын +4

    Türkçeye geçince birden neşelenmeniz ve daha samimi olmanız :)

  • Katherine Bertematti
    Katherine Bertematti  Жыл бұрын +3

    I was surprised when you mentioned having been in Cuba, its my country ☺️. Sometimes I dream in spanish and english at the same time or sometimes I dont distinguish which language I spoke in sleep, its a little weird🤭. Recently many of the words use every day I feed it more in turkish and just sound better than my native language.

  • Chang O Son
    Chang O Son  Жыл бұрын +8

    Thank you for the video. I really enjoyed it. Awesome idea! I hope I can share my experience with my dream where I dream in a couple of different languages. I am a native Korean speaker and about 50% of my dream is probably in Korean whereas the other half is probably English as I speak fluent English and have been living in the U.S. for the last 10 years. In addition, I have dreamt in Japanese which I have been learning since 2 years ago and there certainly was a few occasion where I interacted with someone who exclusive speak Spanish with me. (I have been learning spanish for more than 10 years). In addition, I am learning German and Turkish as well and there were occasions where I was listening to Turkish music in my dream or think about the Turkish and German grammar lol.

  • Andrea Olmedo Fotografía
    Andrea Olmedo Fotografía  Жыл бұрын +3

    I loved this video. I’m argentinian, so of course my mother language is spanish, I also speak English fluently and right not I’m studying German (luckily b1 🙂). And I understand a lot of phrases and words in turkish thank to turkish series! So it was awesome for me to watch it and listen! 🙌🏻

  • Marusya Lutsenko
    Marusya Lutsenko  Жыл бұрын +5

    I speak 6 languages at the age of six
    And I want to learn more languages, you have motivated me
    Thank you for your video 🙏

  • Gülay Art
    Gülay Art  Жыл бұрын +11

    I am also a polyglot.But just 15 years old😁
    I am an Azerbaijani girl from Georgia.
    Here are living nearly 1 million Azerbaijani people and i'm one of them.Right now i know 6 languages: Azerbaijani(first),turkish(as a native), georgian, english, russian and spanish.
    All these langugages i can speak well expect of spanish cause I started to learn it 2 months ago and in my opinion it is so easy language just need some practice.
    After learning spanish very well,i'll learn german.
    So many people says that it is very hard language but i'll try definetly.
    In the future i wanna be an interpreter and translator too :)
    Have a nice day!

  • Mercedes Vazquez
    Mercedes Vazquez  Жыл бұрын +5

    Hi, it is amazing how you two speak many languages. I know you were raised in Germany from Turkish parents, and that is why you speak both fluently, I assume you learned English in school, and now you say you learned Spanish as well, but in both you are also so fluent!! I think it is a great talent you have there. I am Spanish speaker from Peru now living for many years in Florida, USA. I am still amazed how the language works in the brain, my children speak English as their first language and even though I always speak Spanish, they have it as second, and sometimes I feel they are missing it. My nephew was born in Germany, mom is German and dad is my brother from Peru, he also speaks both, plus English very fluent from school.

  • Zeynep Akça
    Zeynep Akça  Жыл бұрын +250

    Ruri'nin gülmesi gibi ender doğa olayını gördük. Reşat inanılmaz uyumlusun seninle anlaşamamak zor olur bence. Çok güzel video olmuş. Bayıldım.

  • You been drinkin', God?
    You been drinkin', God?  Жыл бұрын +7

    It's crazy how much deeper his voice is when he's speaking Spanish! And how fast Ruri's Japanese is. :O

    • Öznur D.
      Öznur D.  Жыл бұрын +1

      Yes. His voice is very deep while speaking Spanish or English. When he is speaking Turkish it is high 😆

    FULL PEACE  Жыл бұрын +3

    Dreams are interesting, but it's also interesting that character changes depending on the language! that’s fantastic!!

  • Darcy Sarcone
    Darcy Sarcone  Жыл бұрын +3

    This is fascinating! I speak three languages, and I have never thought about what language was in my dreams.

  • Tinador TV
    Tinador TV 10 ай бұрын +5

    I like Ruri's facial reaction when the guy speaks, priceless 🤣😂

  • Edys Patricia
    Edys Patricia  Жыл бұрын +5

    Wow me sorprendí cuando hablaste español tu acento y pronunciación son realmente buenos. Me encantó el vídeo, fue muy divertido de ver

  • jose sanchez
    jose sanchez  Жыл бұрын +6

    Hola amigos, muy divertido vuestro video y sois muy listos pues habláis diversos idiomas. Resat pronuncias el español perfectamente y tu fonetica es muy clara. tengo interes en aprender turco y pienso hacer tu curso de lengua turca. Gracias por publicarlo. Saludos cordiales desde Malaga en el sur de España. Tschüss, görüsürüz, Hasta luego, Bye

  • german jimenez cortes
    german jimenez cortes  Жыл бұрын +3

    Qué buen acento y además en español de España!! Increíble👏👏👏

  • lacuartaeslavencida
    lacuartaeslavencida  Жыл бұрын +2

    Excelente, me encantaron!!! Sobre todo cuando parece que levemente cambian de personalidad con cada idioma.
    Los amé 💗

  • Xamdios
    Xamdios  Жыл бұрын +2

    Pues para no hablar casi nunca el español,es sorprendente la buena pronunciación que tienes,eso con un poco de práctica ya lo dominas perfectamente

  • Elena Castillo
    Elena Castillo  Жыл бұрын +2

    Tu español es realmente bueno!!! Felicidades, tebrik ederim !!!👏🏽👏🏽

  • maria lourdes becchero
    maria lourdes becchero 8 ай бұрын +2

    Im argentinian and speak English, i would love to practice spanish with you. About other lenguages, learned words and expressions of turkish

  • Francine Mathias Brum
    Francine Mathias Brum  Жыл бұрын +2

    Incrível e maravilhoso!!!! Regards from Brazil

  • kitabi lisan
    kitabi lisan  Жыл бұрын +233

    Türkçeye geçince gülücükler ortaya çıktı. Sanırım kahkaha dili Türkçe😊

  • Liz currea
    Liz currea  Жыл бұрын +2

    !Qué bueno saber que conoces y sabes el español¡ muy pocas personas en oriente saben de esta lengua. Gracias por hacer que más gente la conozca. =)

  • Ana Paula Love Anjo
    Ana Paula Love Anjo  Жыл бұрын +3

    Oh my God ! You 2 are simply fantastic , congratulations from Brazil !

  • なにいってんの
    なにいってんの  Жыл бұрын +3

    Me: *Studying Japanese*
    Also me after listening to her: "I am beggining to feel like a rap god"
    But actually her voice is really beautiful loved it

  • Сана Ман
    Сана Ман 6 ай бұрын +8

    I didn't think it was so nice to speak Turkish
    Çok güzel 😘😘😘👍🇹🇷

  • Jeli Chi
    Jeli Chi  Жыл бұрын +74

    Ich finds sehr krass zu beobachten, wie sich die Persönlichkeit ein bisschen verändert sobald man die Sprache wechselt. :D Vorallem bei Ruri erkennt man direkt Unterschiede. Auf jeden Fall: mega Video, hat mich echt gefreut euer Collab! 👌

    • Saphiranextdoor
      Saphiranextdoor  Жыл бұрын +9

      @enes acikgöz ja unter anderem aber es ist auch bewiesen, dass man in jeder Sprache eine andere Persönlichkeit haben kann:)

    • enes acikgöz
      enes acikgöz  Жыл бұрын +5

      Ich glaube es liegt daran dass man mehr Selbstvertrauen in sich hat wenn man die Sprache die man besser sprechen kann spricht

  • Baraa El Dandachli
    Baraa El Dandachli 9 ай бұрын +7

    Im lebanese canadian, arabic is my native and I master Turkish (spent 10 years in Turkey), french and english.
    cogu zaman turkcede ruya goruyorum bu cok iyi oluyor uyurken konusuyorum ve kimse anlamior boylece 😆

  • Jesustrin
    Jesustrin  Жыл бұрын +3

    este video realmente me inspiró para aprender más idiomas! aún estoy en el proceso de aprender inglés jeje se ven demasiado genial hablando todos esos idiomas! me suscribo!

  • Francisco Muñoz
    Francisco Muñoz  Жыл бұрын +5

    Hola Reşat soy Francisco y soy de México, me fascina la cultura Turca y estoy tratando de aprender ese hermoso idioma , turco, aunque muy difícil,! çok zor! de hecho vivo un tiempo en Turquia (Kuşadası) y otro en México, así que ambos podemos practicar, ya escuché un vídeo tuyo donde explicas sobre los verbos tener y poder, lo cual se me ha hecho difícil entender, pero con esos ejemplos que pusiste parece que ya entiendo mejor, igual sobre la construcción de las frases, totalmente diferente al español, en fin, como dicen mis Amigos turcos: yavaş-yavaş! Ya me suscribí a tu pagina! Görüşürüz Arkadaşım.

  • Jacquelyn Hibbler
    Jacquelyn Hibbler Ай бұрын

    I am so impressed! That was amazing to hear you both seamlessly move from one language to another! Wow! 🤩

  • Mari Robles
    Mari Robles  Жыл бұрын +3

    Soy Dominicana aprendiendo ingles y amo el turco, es mi otra lengua en mi lista para aprender!!♥

  • Nasrullah Yilmaz
    Nasrullah Yilmaz  Жыл бұрын +2

    Actually this was most educatianal and also fun video that I watch recently. Keep it go.

  • Efe Erdem
    Efe Erdem  Жыл бұрын

    Honestly, I can't really remember the last time I laughed so hard. I gently demand more videos :d

    JUAN FRANCISCO 11 ай бұрын +2

    Hola Reçat, soy español vivo en Madrid y puedes contactarme cuando quieras para que podamos hablar en español y puedas practicar. me ha gustado mucho tu video y creo que tienes muy buena pronunciación en español. un saludo

  • Necip Natsuki
    Necip Natsuki  Жыл бұрын +192

    Yes I'm a Polyglot: Danish🇩🇰, Spanish🇪🇸, Turkish🇹🇷, German🇩🇪, English (british accent)🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 and Italien🇮🇹 :D I live in Denmark and both parents are foreign Turkish and Italien. I do struggle with the gramma, but can speak and understand all off them :) I might start an youtube channel

    • ahmed alshammari
      ahmed alshammari 11 ай бұрын +1


    • Islamic Emirate of Japan
      Islamic Emirate of Japan  Жыл бұрын

      @Sude Nur i think to being mixed is not a reason to be lucky

    • Caio Vinicius
      Caio Vinicius  Жыл бұрын +2

      @God of Chaos Khorne pretty sure "Natsuki" is a japanese name

    • Bakir
      Bakir  Жыл бұрын

      Also, sprichst du deutsch und kannst du es schreiben oder verstehen? Oder kannst du nur verstehen etc. Würde mich echt interessieren

    • God of Chaos Khorne
      God of Chaos Khorne  Жыл бұрын +1

      Is Natsuki your actual last name? Your first name is Turkish but Natsuki is a name I've never heard before. Also doesn't sound Italian xD.
      Also I imagine hour dad is Turkish because usually in interracial marriages they pick a name of the father's language.

  • MatiasVega08
    MatiasVega08 9 ай бұрын +3

    De todas los videos de poliglotas hablando en español tú tienes el mejor acento que he escuchado, muy natural, suenas a un español! solo te falta hablar más! Excelente!

    Safak KUMANDANOGLU  Жыл бұрын +1

    Siz ikiniz çok iyisiniz yahu, sizi görünce yeni bir dil öğrenesim geldi. Ama bu yaşdan sonra o motivasyonu kendimde görmüyorum. Başarılarınızın devamını dilerim.

  • Mariana Varela
    Mariana Varela  Жыл бұрын +5

    Estoy aprendiendo turco y acabo de descubrir tu canal, buen video! Saludos desde México! 😊 🇲🇽

  • Fátima
    Fátima  Жыл бұрын +2

    Qué bien hablas español! No pierdas el poder practicarlo. Es increíble que sepas hablar tantos idiomas. Yo lo encuentro muy muy difícil. Me ha encantado el vídeo. Un saludo

  • Roberto Calderon
    Roberto Calderon  Жыл бұрын +1

    Excelente video. Me inspira a seguir aprendiendo :)

  • Madessin_
    Madessin_  Жыл бұрын +2

    When you're talking in japanese it, so cute! かわいい!

  • Gabriela Ispas
    Gabriela Ispas  Жыл бұрын +2

    Big 👍 from Romania! My daughter likes Japanesse and started to study it by herself, also knows English and Spanish. I know English, French and understand Spanish. Speaking about your native language, we have here, in Romania, a Turkish TV Channel (Kanal D) that broadcasts Turkish movies and series, so we are used to some Turkish words. It was very interesting to hear you! Both of you are very charismatic and genuin on camera!
    Greetings! 🇷🇴🇹🇷


    Muito bom o conteúdo, tá na hora de aprender português do Brasil😍

  • Melissa Morales
    Melissa Morales  Жыл бұрын +40

    Me encantó el video, muy interesante cómo han aprendido otros idiomas a parte del materno! Mi primer idioma es español, el segundo inglés y el tercero francés. Hablas bien el español, felicidades! Saludos desde Latinoamérica.

  • Cameroonian🇨🇲 _POLYGLOT.
    Cameroonian🇨🇲 _POLYGLOT.  Жыл бұрын +2

    This is amazing...💖 About dreaming, I dream a lot in any language that I speak too much before going to bed. ( I speak with different foreigners on WhatsApp alot )

  • Vusal Novruzov
    Vusal Novruzov  Жыл бұрын +1

    Rash you are right by the way, the more you are exposed to your target language you tend to dream in it. Personally I have been learning English for about 7 months and sometimes I dream of speaking in English. It is quite weird and also makes me motivated and kept going cause I have the confidence that I can speak English so I carry on learning.

  • Betuel Bozkir
    Betuel Bozkir  Жыл бұрын +1

    It‘s so good to hear all languages, weil ich alles verstanden habe. Gerçekten çok eğlendim. Me gusto mucho y Arigato! ☺️

  • Blooming_Flower96
    Blooming_Flower96  Жыл бұрын +1

    My gf and I are talking in English, Korean, Turkish and French haha We are a polyglot couple and we love it ❤️❤️

    SLAYS  Жыл бұрын +98

    It’s been almost 3 years I’m learning Turkish and recently I realized that I start dreaming in Turkish (sometimes).. Turkish is my 4th language btw

    • eduardo ruiz
      eduardo ruiz 2 ай бұрын

      Amazing that you dream in Turkish,🤩

    • ▪︎auoruw▪︎
      ▪︎auoruw▪︎ 9 ай бұрын

      @SLAYS easy? I don't think so, even we Turks are taught Turkish at school. Only one word can have more than one meaning. In some cases, old Turkish is used, which makes it very difficult, I hope you will be successful in learning Turkish.

    • Sude Nur
      Sude Nur  Жыл бұрын +4

      @SLAYS random'u sadece Türkler biliyor zannediyordum 😂

    • Mete
      Mete  Жыл бұрын +2

      Türkçe öğrenen Faslılar 🥺 Ben de bir gün önce Mısır diyalektinde uzmanlaşıp sonra Fas diyalektine geçmek istiyorum, fonetiği çok güzel ❤️ Özellikle Fas diyalektinden Samira Said’in Maghlouba şarkısını çok seviyorum

    • SLAYS
      SLAYS  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Sude Nur değilim hsjsjshk

  • Mymi Freedman
    Mymi Freedman 11 ай бұрын +2

    Hola, soy Cubana de decendencia Española, hablo Español, Inglés y estoy aprendiendo Turco porque me fascina.
    Si gustas practicar tu Español estoy a tu disposición.
    Me encantan tus videos, me parece increíble como hablas los diferentes idiomas tan bien y sin acento.

  • Linda Aqi
    Linda Aqi  Жыл бұрын +1

    Çok güzel olmuş 😍
    I know 4 languages (chechen), Arabic, English, Turkish, and I want to learn Spanish someday.

  • Polyglot's journey
    Polyglot's journey Ай бұрын

    Great video, guys!! Thanks for sharing. I speak Romance languages, but I am actually try to acquire both Turkish and German! 😊 Those are really cool languages. 😊

  • Anıl Sena Bayindir
    Anıl Sena Bayindir  Жыл бұрын +1

    Such an inspiration! Loved the video guys!

  • Saba J2
    Saba J2  Жыл бұрын +319

    I'm also a polyglot, Turkish is my first language, Persian is the second and then English and a little bit of Arabic but I sometimes dream in English because I spend so much time talking to myself while practicing English this is ridiculous 😬😬

    • грец
      грец 3 ай бұрын

      You are J2 Yhaplogroup? You are chosen bro.

    • p1stachio
      p1stachio  Жыл бұрын

      @Saba J2 خیلی خوشحالم فارسی بلدی من خودم ایرانیم.شاهنامه میخونی؟

    • annoy mous
      annoy mous  Жыл бұрын

      @Saba J2 depends on your first language bro I speak Lithuanian and English and learning Spanish is very easy for me because it’s similar but might be harder for you because Turkish is very different. I hope to learn turkey one day as well

    • annoy mous
      annoy mous  Жыл бұрын

      @Saba J2 brother the guys first comment wasn’t offensive at all you just misunderstood him

    • Saba J2
      Saba J2  Жыл бұрын

      @jumbo boy asla boyle birsey yok, pratik yap ve konuşurken her dilin kendi kelimelerini kullan mesala çayı table ustune koydum değil çayı masanın üstüne koydum. Dilleri karıştırmadan pratik yaparsan unutmassin

  • Ayșe Ordu
    Ayșe Ordu  Жыл бұрын +1

    Çok eğlenceliydi, açıkçası bu kadar eğleneceğimi düşünmemiştim:)) bunu daha çok yapmalısınız** vee çok tatlısınızzz

  • Ivan Rozın
    Ivan Rozın 9 ай бұрын +1

    Hello . I’m from Bulgaria and watching your videos i feel like I talking so many languages… but not exactly right.
    Keep doing some more videos . Your amazing 😻

  • 2bleTrapTv
    2bleTrapTv  Жыл бұрын +1

    Your spanish is perfect omg, the only thing is that when you say "a question for you" it always goes with "para" no "por", but your spanish is amazing

  • kaouthar MDI
    kaouthar MDI  Жыл бұрын +5

    I'm a native arab speaker, I also speak french and english fluently and I'm currently learning turkish, I understand basic things, not a good speaker, ama olsun, öreniyorum ya, belke bir gün sizin kadar iyi türkçeyi konuşucağım,inşallah, cezayirtan çok selam

  • ELİF
    ELİF  Жыл бұрын

    Çok eğlendim yaaaa, ağzınıza sağlık 💓💓💓

  • kuban ashirov
    kuban ashirov  Жыл бұрын +1

    4:30 Deutsch
    7:30 Türkçe
    10:20 Español/日本語

  • Silvana Rodrigues
    Silvana Rodrigues  Жыл бұрын +1

    Hey Resh, love your videos and I hope one day be able to speak Turkish the same way you speak Spanish. Pretty amazing
    I'm a Portuguese speaker, I also speak English and a little Spanish.
    Quick question, do you have any book recommendation for a Turkish language begginer? Turkish for dummies or something? :D
    Keep the good work!! Teşekkür ederim arkadaşım

  • Carolin Meyer
    Carolin Meyer 9 ай бұрын

    Wow, when you mixed spanish and japanese, I could understand both your parts... That was incredible :)

  • Glurak
    Glurak 11 ай бұрын +2

    Crazy es wirklich sehr faszinierend euch zu zuhören. Ich spreche 3 Sprachen und bin Bilingual aufgewachsen. Ich habe englisch nur in der Schule gelernt in Deutschland und bin auf dem Niveau B2/C1. Es hat mich sehr viele Jahre gekostet auf dieses Niveau zu kommen. Respekt wie ihr so viele Sprachen sprechen könnt.

  • Joe & Sheeks
    Joe & Sheeks Ай бұрын

    Great vlog! Truly inspiring. I'm from Malaysia . Maybe you guys can learn Malay Language. It's very easy and probably the easiest.

  • Salome Bianca
    Salome Bianca  Жыл бұрын +1

    4:02 that is sooo trueee...i have been learning spanish for almost 7 years now and tbh I only studied it at school/uni but never rly practiced it by talking with other native speakers...but now that i started to do that,,brooo many of my dreams are in spanish ahahhahahahah

  • Javier Cruz
    Javier Cruz  Жыл бұрын

    Muy buen español, saludos. Espero un día hablar tantos idiomas como ustedes.

  • Ayan Robertson
    Ayan Robertson  Жыл бұрын +35

    Wow, really enjoyed this video. Thanks guys ☺️ I speak 4 languages: Russian, English, Turkish & Azerbaijani. Would love to learn Spanish 😊 well done you two. It’s always great to be able to speak few languages. My 5 year old son fluent in English & Russian. And knows few phrases in Azerbaijani & Turkish. He loves languages too.

    • Ayan Robertson
      Ayan Robertson 8 ай бұрын

      @ToTheMoon that’s amazing. Best of luck to you 😊

    • ToTheMoon
      ToTheMoon 8 ай бұрын

      @Ayan Robertson Thanks for replying! yes i agreed on the russian grammar😃 im currently learning russian.and about to learn turkish too.wish me luck!

    • Ayan Robertson
      Ayan Robertson 8 ай бұрын

      @ToTheMoon not sure if the question addressed to me, but I’ll reply anyway. Think German one is the easiest to read. Russian grammar is a nightmare, lots of rules to learn & remember. Turkish is just the best (my person opinion). Most beautiful language, not that difficult to learn. As Russian is my Mother language, I’d say easiest to learn were English & Turkish.

    • ToTheMoon
      ToTheMoon 8 ай бұрын

      to you, between turkish,russian,and germany,which one is more complicated?

    • Baran Bulut
      Baran Bulut 8 ай бұрын

      Azerbaycanca, Türkçe'nin bir şivesi bro.

  • Paul O
    Paul O 8 ай бұрын

    Omg you 2 are so talented! I love languages and always have…I am British in uk so speak English just about lol I speak German quite well ( I understood them both) I speak French and Spanish also…

  • Ladimira Kononova
    Ladimira Kononova  Жыл бұрын +1

    Hi! I am from Russia, so it's my foreign language. I think you should try say something in Russian. Maybe even make a video!)
    I can freely speak English, but that's all for now. I was trying to learn Chinese and Spanish, but gave up. Now I started learning Turkish.
    Your video is awesome, it was very nice to watch. Thank you.