Because my youngest daughter runs and screams with laughing, she makes our apartment noisy.
That day, she entered the room crying something strange, "My ネズミ bee!"
(ネズミ means "mouse" in Japanese. And bee is her nickname.)
I was puzzled and asked her, "Hello? Who are you?"
She replied cheerfully, "My Nehzumih bee!!"
And she sang a strange song dancing, "He-, shoda nida toh nida to-♪"
My oldest daughter guessed right.
It was this song.
When she speaks strange language, it is the day that an English teacher visits her nursery school.
I think children should learn their own mother tongue first.
But it is OK that they enjoy their English time.
What do you think of it?
My original Japanese entry