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SO CUTE NOOOOO
천러 넘 ㄱㅇㅇ퓨ㅠㅠㅠ
My English Teachers 😘👌🏼
PD-nim, "Help Johnny Marky" Chuseyoo (I don't know the correct writing ㅎㅎㅎ)
Im sorry I love nct but this is so cringe like wtfff Stephen Curry doesn’t even talk like that 😭😭😭😭😭😭
Big big yikes from the both of them, given they are from North America. It gave big minstrel show vibes, in the sense they were like ‘now here is how you speak to the blacks’. Ugh they need to do better.
they were teaching him aave but black people dont even talk like that well the black people where im from dont
Real talk? I think the only ppl getting offended are people that shouldn’t be offended, like yeah educate them or wtv but these are words that EVERYONE uses in America. Mind you Johnny lived in Chicago and Mark hopped around Canada and lived in NY for a bit. They speak English and are up to date with how it’s spoken, apparently that’s a bad thing now? I’m black, not offended, don’t see anything wrong with the way their talking, just trying to teach Chenle English and English slang embedded into American culture in today’s world but go off Ig
I'm black as well, but the problem is that the so called 'American slang' is African American vernacular English that other races took and turned into 'internet slang'. They even said that themselves in the video, when in actuality it isn't, and the internet in didn't create it, black people did; it's really disrespectful because other races constantly steal aspects of black culture and claim credit for it. It is kind of like when white people where box braids, and are innovative and high fashion, but when a black person does it is ratchet and unprofessional. Another problem that people have is that Mark was using a blaccent, when Stephen Curry doesn't even speak like that. They are teaching Chenle stuff that is very inaccurate and further perpetuates the negative stereotypes a lot of Asian countries have regarding black or darker skinned people. Adeola Ash made a great video about it, and explains more than I can in a comment, but if that's how you feel about the situation, then that's your opinion I guess, but I hope that you can understand where other people are coming from as well.
Is this the last episode?
Baby is learning
After a whole lecture from mark and johnny Chenle: wow...
It's would be nice if the could add the channel like 'language teaching to each other' since they have a lot of foregin members from different places. This one is really great tho. I've learnt a lot of ENGLISH from them.
but for real they are too funny! the role playing was something, their facial expression, ugh *chef's kiss* and at 4:56 i cracked up when mark did steph's head bobbing while watching chewing gum 😂
I hope Chenle gets a chance to talk to Steph and meet him in person someday. I gotta say I do love basketball as well 😊
I came here to laugh but ended up getting pissed at the comments. As a black person I deadass have never heard of aave or whatever. like tf.. this just sounds like every teenager at my school. How the hell are you supposed to sound like a race? Isn't that generalizing, and isn't that what we don't want happening to us? I just came here to have a good time but all I see is people getting offended by everything. Do people really get bothered from this? Wow. Then boy are you in for a treat. The world will tear you up if this bothers you
Johnny third-wheeling for 7.51 minutes. The two are basically just flirting.
kinda unrelated but over christmas break (2019) i was bored at my great aunt's house and she had a roommate or something, another lady living with her and somehow i ended up teaching her what no cap meant haha. i think we were talking about how english works or how to speak it better (her first language is spanish and so is mine, but i grew up speaking english. ye, no one cares)
when dolphin being shy teddy
I love listen talk to chenlee speak english
looks like they’re reading a script
CHENLE ENGLISH KING
THE WAY THEY TALK LIKE AMERICAN HAHAHAH
these comments are invalidating how people are feeling, sure you may be black but you’re not the spokesperson for all black people so you can not say whether it’s offensive or not because it’s subjective. offensiveness is subjective and opinionated. aave is constantly used by non black ppl and seen as mockery which is disrespectful and it is also a problem when you change how you speak to someone because of their race. now, i do not know their intentions with this video however ppl can be offended and they are open for criticism. pls take your head out of their asses
0:45 - 1:16 Johnny and Mark I love y’all a lot but PLEASE NEVER DO THAT AGAIN
I just don't see why tho
In the video, I think different people have different opinions on this and I'm glad that everyone is stating their opinion which is a very helpful way of understanding what is wrong and what is right. some people are offended and they have the right to be so because they're actually using AAVE, and me being an Asian, actually heard it and that's not right. Thanks to the comment section, many black NCTzens have spoken and they don't want to cancel the boys, instead educate them about this situation to have more of an understanding in the situation, because of this I eventually got to understand the meaning of AAVE and how it's a vernacular language, NOT A INTERNET SLANG as the teens in twitter and stuff make it seem. However, I also learned that people from other race can definitely use the words but using the words in AAVE is the main problem here, not the words, it's the blaccent. I hope they learn more about this cause Black NCTzen take a big part in the fandom and they need the equal amount of respect as any other human being. I don't think they had bad intentions of belittling the blacks, but even we fans as non-blacks need to have education on this as well as the idols. However, I don't get this too, educate me please. People in twitter and stuff speak in the same way. they are not held accountable so why the members suddenly need to be held accountable. I saw this somewhere and I thought it kinda made sense but still it's better to ask from the black people themselves so please help me understand this. Is it Okay to use AAVE( I mean the words like "no cap" and all) but just not in a black accent? or Am i wrong?
I just saw about it too and I totally agree...I didnt know about AAVE and im guilty of thinking they were mere Internet slangs too. Im happy NCTZENS wants to educate the guys instead of cancelling them...This issue might also educate NCTZENS too... Thank u for posting this..
Mark and Johnny’s dialogue is me when I have to meet the essay word count
This is literally how everyone talks I-
lmao they sound like my parents trying to use slang
Disappointed about the aave fiasco. Let's listen to the black fans talking about it rightfully. I don't think they didn't it with harmful intentions but you guys know the saying "the way to hell is paved with good intentions" Other than that, the idea behind the video is cute and Chenle was honestly adorable, so proud of his English!
excuse me but since when has any of these words no cap, stan or any of the words used in this video became racist. They were probably talking that way because that how people talk nowadays and probably because Chenle might not know these words. I'm seriously trying to figure out how no cap is racist.
@Nigerian Girl you don't have to see, you just have to know it was offensive and it was weird. I'm not saying they re racist, but that was some suspect junk
@Gdhd Hsjd examples please, cause I don't see what you're seeing.
@Nigerian Girl yes, mark the Canadian and johnny the American don't know that its morally offensive to try and give yourself a BLACCENT and use words dimmed by blk ppl to act as a blk man who doesn't even speak using aave. Stop defending them, it's giving me very much "I'm putting my race aside to meat ride these weird dudes" energy
@Nigerian Girl can you not hear? It's pretty obvious they were talking that way and using those words bc hes a blk man. Most of these were aave.
@Gdhd Hsjd and ignorant how, just because we speak English doesn’t mean we place the same level of importance to certain words as how western black people do. It’s not ignorant it is just not the same culture
Not hating or anything: 00:47 ??? Am black and am kinda offended but believe me I don't blame them or hate them or anything it's just that as an idol u need to think twice before sayin or doin anything cuz first of all u represent ur country and culture and secondly ur a role model to a lot of ppl, I know they're humans too and they might've thought of it as a cool way to approach their fav celebs but we do understand other accents and u understand ours 2, so no need to try extra hard approach a black person(or anyone with a different accent), let's all be ourselves and it'll be just fine No more blaccent and no more koreaboos and let's keep supporting our boys and if love someone u need to tell him what's right and what's wrong cuz u always wish em the best... Love, nctzen
Chenle turns into such a softie around his 127 hyungs
I READ THE TITLE AND IM DEAD PLS😭😭😭😭😭IM LAUGHING SO HARD PLS HELP ME
THIS DUDES DO BE IN STAN TWT ISTG
2:32 WHEN YOU FINALLY GET TO PEE
um...I don’t understand why they used that type of accent to talk to Stephen....
Johnny didnt have no accent tho mark kinda did but mark had always been talking like this and he also lived in new york. His raps has a heavy accent to
I don't think they were trying to be rude or anything, seems like they were just trying to be funny which came out as offensive to some nctzen. (But Mark and Johnny should still know better since they are from Canada abd Chicago)
0:45 I LOVE THEM AHAHAHAHAH
It’s the blaccent for me
They're like embarrassing dads help
Don't you all love chenle smiles?
I ain't black so I got no say whatsoever but if I did have a say, I wouldn't hate on them as it's obvious all of it was unintended. I would however encourage educating them so stuff like this doesn't happen again and we avoid ppl getting upset.
@Moop Gurrr i honestly didn't know what aave or blaccent was but know I know. I think instead of us bashing them we should just help educate them so this never happens again. (Again they were in the wrong and shouldn't have done what they did)
@*ŤøøŤøXïĶ* 2.0 you got a big point but how many people knew about aave and blaccent? Once again I have no say and I'm sorry if I sound like I'm defending them. What they did was wrong and there was nothing right about it. I just believe that they didn't do it intentially or mockingly. Like doing it in the first place unintentionally is wrong to begin with. But doing it intentially and to mock a culture is outrageous. I'm sure they didn't mean it. To me it sounds like they were just trying to sound "cool" which is honestly embarassing and terrible given that they used aave and blaccent but I don't think they knew better. But they should have. Once again I literally have no say and my opinion is as worth as trash.
But they were brought up in America and Canada , so they should know
Chenle is the fluffiest, most adorable, amazing, glorious, cute, babiest boy in the whole world. His english is amazing.
PLEASE GIVE THE ANOTHER EPISODE OF HELP JOHNNY AND MARKY
Mark is cute Chenle is cute Johnny is cute I'm-. Stephen Curry should give you that call guys. Y'all are so precious.
so, how i want to having call with you, mark?
Chenle looks like a baby between his mom n dad
the dunk shot instrumental here makes this sound and look like this is a chinese tv show with teenagers doing their own thing and following their dreams and what not (singaporean kids who grew up with these morning shows...you know EXACTLY what i mean)
so Johnny likes role playing. well okay
3:52 (Daddy smile) Okay.
They didn’t speak in the “blaccent” because Steph Curry is black, they spoke trying to use the most popular American slang at the moment because Steph Curry is an american celebrity and they want Chenle to be comfortable with said slang.
@aromero r exactly. like all the "no cap" and "shook" is very popular here in america especially on twitter, insta, tiktok, etc which is why they taught it to chenle
@Fiore M. yeah but 🤷🏾♀️
@yeshuah a but.. a lot of americans don't talk in that accent. Like, a southener accent would have been less inappropriate, y'know what I mean?
@Jess they spoke what they perceive as an american pop culture-y accent with american slang
@yeshuah a you dont have to put on an accent to use american slang. um....
It’s crazy how it worked... they are good teachers 😅
I’m more shook at how much slang Mark & Johnny’s knows...they are ON TO US NCTZENS 😅
leur conversation au début ptdr This hairstyle and hair color fits Mark so well
@taeyecnx I don't think we're doing it that much 😅 On the contrary a lot of us just usually speak english. You'll more likely see russian, portuguese, turkish and arabic used. But it's only logical to speak your language right? Plus it's better if you want to get noticed and interact with people who speaks the same language as you
Why are french people always talking french under videos in other languages
Dannggg cL got the accent down, I mean what do u expect boi knows Korean and he’s Chinese do u think another language is hard for him
This is pure cRack and I'm HERE for it
oh my frickin god chenle is the cutest baby ever
i’m reading the comments and they’re mostly saying that using slang is racist?
mm mona I don’t think it’s racists to use it.. they obviously didn’t have any malicious intentions. When I was watching I didn’t even notice the aave at first, I just thought it was cringe (I’m black).
Nova Jay so is it racist to say it? bc where i’m from non black ppl also say it and no one says it’s racist
It's aave not slang.
I'm still not immune to cringing during the roleplay but I feel like I'm getting there.
The truth is, Chenle would still have done just as fine without this third segment.
Johnny and mark being proud and impressed with chenle’s English sentences and his cute smile warms my heart ❤️❤️❤️ they’re like proud parents 🥺🥺
3:40 the way Chenle gets nervous and awkward and mark keeps supporting him “it’s okay, it’s okay!” 😂😂😂 Chenle is so adorable and mark is so cute ❤️
Mark in a suit playing basketball 🥵 y’all just trying to kill me now 😩😩
Thank you so much. I adore the staffs and creative teams who make this content. Thank you. This content really help us increase our english in fun way. Johny Marky, I love you 👏
3:53 daddy smile?? 😂😳😳😂
They are not talking, they're rapping
they’re using aave so bad😭 it’s so cringe worthy
WE SHOULD MAKE MARK AND JOHHNY HELP TEN TO EXPLAIN "AMAJOHN" TO TEN! PLEASEEEE!
still shook at the way they talkin like stan twitter
4:00 pause.. I'm so in love! His smile makes me have an heart attack.. U need to stop Mark!!!
THE RP 😭😭😭
Mark is the most adorable person in this world. CUTEEEEE 🤩😍😍😍😍😍🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰💚💚💚 I CANT WITH THIS VIDEO HE LOOKS SO PRECIOUS. Protect Mark all cost with all the securities. He is the best.
Mark is so exciting too omg. I wish Curry really calls them and have this beautiful moment. Mark is so cute 😂😊
“Sounding black” causes a lot of people to be discriminated against, so that’s why using a black accent to sound “cool” or “hip” is a problem. Because of the internet, words from AAVE (and the LGBTQ community!) are being used more and more by non-black communities and teens. Language and slang evolves and that’s okay, but we need to know where they come from and imitating a stereotypical black American accent while using them is not okay. I’m happy they’re helping chenle communicate better in English and I’m sure they didn’t mean any harm, but this is a sensitive issue and we as fans should encourage learning not ignorance :)
It’s funny that when something comes from the African American community and no one knows the origin they are attacked for being ignorant and should be educated. When something comes from any other culture and no one knows the origin then it’s not an issue. There are a lot of Arabic words being spoken by people in Toronto and people don’t know the origin and some people call it “Toronto-slang” but, as someone who is Arabic, I don’t see anyone attacking them or “trying to educate them” because it’s just a normal situation where people that are around a certain group of people will tend to speak like them and that ends up integrated in the language.
@Rasheedah Na'Allah A lot of popular internet slang originated from (mostly black) drag queens. Here’s an article if you’re interested: www.readersdigest.co.uk/inspire/life/the-history-of-drag-queen-slang
LGBTQ community? Can you elaborate plz?
it pisses me off when people call out others for “sounding black” or sounding any race really. As a black person who has plenty of black friends and also plenty of friends of other races, i can say for a fact that black people are not the only people who use this slang. i’m not saying black people didn’t create most of these slang words. maybe they did, but that doesn’t mean that other races cannot use the words, too. that’s just dumb, stupid, idiotic. the slang used in this video is slang that many younger americans use regardless of race. there’s absolutely no need to stop another race from using certain words that our race may or may not have created (unless the words were offensive but the words used in this video 100% are not).
Chenle is the lovely boy. 😁 JohnMark are very noisy when they are together
WE NEED MORE ENGLISH CONTENT FROM CHENLE
They are so cuteeee
chenle is sooo freaking cute ( his english is so good omg ??)
WHEN JOHNNY MARKY UPDATE AGAIN ?
Omg chenleeeee youre so cuteeeee NO CAP
chenle so cute
This video was cringe, they were cute before, but this one was so...... cringey lol
6:04 FACT They helped me a lot Actually idk how to write a good message for someone, tusm Johnny and mark also chenle 💚 Arab fan here, love you from israel 💚💚💚 + CHENLE IS SO CUTEEEJSUSJEUSJS I LOVE HIMMMMM
officially the best thing I have ever watched
We need more videos with these two hawt teachers. Pretty pretty please... And uri chenle was soooo cuteee and smart.
I think they'll invite YangYang near in the future
I cringe during the conversation part 😭😭 I know they’re not aware of AAVE but instead of dismissing them already, let’s try to educate them about it. They had good intentions but they’re not, let’s say updated about these things. They pretty much left canada/america during a period where everyone thinks of this as an okay thing and the calling out bs in twitter isn’t a thing yet. Then they moved to Korea and learn Korean culture instead 😅 it would be nice to reach out to them just so they won’t do the same mistake again ❤️
OUR SO TALENTED BOY CHENLE. BE BRAVE, BE HEALTHY AND HAPPY. LOVE YOU.
this is really a cute content pls do moreeeee
i really like hearing chenle's english accent ㅠㅠㅋ
Aaa, I wish stephan curry really call them :))
I finally gathered the mental strength to sit through this cringefest... Let's GO by NCT DREAM!
@collarmole I’m doing it rn but it’s so hard 😭
sooooooo I cringed a lot during the role-play but other than that, my babies are cute and Chenle is a fast-learner!
update: didn't watch it last time but I'm about to RIGHT NOW!
ONE MINUTE IN AND I'M FCKIN CRYING THESE GUYS ARE TOO FUNNY