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Laughter around the world!

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Laughter is one of the BEST THINGS EVER, and we all basically laugh the same, but... how do people represent laughter in different languages?
Each one has their own way of doing it. In this video I'll be sharing some of the most interesting ones and their explanations/origins. We'll be looking at languages like Spanish, English, Greek, Hebrew, French, Thai, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Chinese and Nigerian.
Hope you enjoy!
xoxoxo,
Holly
PS Let me know if you are the kind of person that puts "haha" only when you're really laughing, or if you do it to ease tension/awkwardness.

THIS VIDEO IN SPANISH: https://youtu.be/ZLgfqmwT1xE
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