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Netizens Gush as Nigerian Schoolgirl Reads Fluently in Queen’s English in Class (Video)

Cursory: A Nigerian schoolgirl has gone viral because of the way she read in class. The young girl read like someone who was brought up in England, in perfect Queen’s English. A video of her reading with great confidence has sparked reactions on social media as people reminisced on how they were taught English while in school.

A Nigerian schoolgirl has gone viral on social media after she was recorded reading fluently in Queen’s English. Queen’s English is the standard English that most non-native English speakers associate with people from the UK.

In a viral video on TikTok, the girl in uniform could be seen standing as she read from a material that was not captured in the video. She read eloquently to her teacher who gave her instructions in the background while her classmates watched.

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She did the reading with great confidence and finesse, making many Nigerians blame their English teachers for their poor grammar.

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See reactions below:

@Glenda Joseph: her pronunciation is on point, she will be a professor, I love her confidence, she is pretty, a full package.

@Teesha???: My English teacher will not make it in heaven

@ladyfreda: I once used phonics to buy something from a lady, she chased me out her shop.

@????ADUNNI????: During my own time, my English teacher was using Yoruba to teach me English. It is well

@mojereolamustapha: i appreciate your knowledge

@user6133148249056: eeeii no wonder I can’t speak good English…my English teacher did me harm

@Adeyinka: pls what school is this …pls tell me she is a pupil of OUR LADY OF FATIMA SCHOOL?

@Amara rejoice: Who else noticed her confidence

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