There is another language spoken around here and it is called Xhosa. Or maybe this is the name of the people that speak it, I'm not sure. But I learned how to say 'hi. how are you' in Xhosa. It's:
MOLO! KUNJANE! and the Kunjane part is "KOON JAAAAAAAHHHHN AY" So it's fun to say. But the best part about Xhosa is that the Xh in Xhosa is said with a click. So you have to click your tongue to your teeth and then say 'osa' but all at the same time. I have been practicing this in most of my spare time.
Click -- osa.
Most of the people here either speak Xhosa or Afrikaans, but everybody speaks English. So it's easy for me.
In Afrikaans, you can say a fun swear word that is not a swear word at all. It's "vreck". But it is pronounced "FRECK." And you roll the 'r', so that it almost sounds like you're saying 'fud-eck.' Anyway it means damn or something very tame like that. But as you can see it sounds a lot like our 'f' word and so it seems much more dangerous in English. But safe to use in front of the littlest of old ladies.