..about Buzz not knowing English she decided to show off her complete vocabulary.
Look it Mumma.
As she points to anything and everything.
Where did the <fill in the blank> go?
Where the blank could be a cat, dog, horse, cow, duck, piggy, donkey, mumma, papa, nani, shoe, jacket, roti, sabi*, book.. The list is endless.
Keep it right here on the top.
Everything has to be kept ‘right here on the top’ even when pointing to the bottom most drawer of the closet.
Mumma read it.
Read it. (pointing to the book)
Mumma padh do! (with an expression that says “Can’t you understand something this simple?”)
Which cracks me up and makes me have this conversation every single time with her.
Further proof on the grasp of the language goes like this:
– Yes has changes to Yeah.
– Yup is also heard from time to time.
– Thank You is a thing of the past to be replaced by Thanks.
– Bicycle has given way to bike.
All this while D looks on and wonders ‘Iska yeah accent kahaan se aaya?’**
**Where did she get her accent from?