The phonetic can

The phonetic can

South Africa recognises 11 official languages. But people still can’t pronounce each other’s names. Coca-Cola helped introduce South Africa to South Africa by teaching them to say ‘Hello’ to one another, by name, correctly.

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • What’s your name?
  • Sorry what?
  • Some just say….
  • Excuse me
  • It gets tiring
  • You need to click before saying it
  • Which is essentially your identity
  • Such a clever clever campaign
Say Hello

Say Hello


People say “hello” every day without it having any meaning. “Say Hello” with Mentos; a friendly way to say more than just “hello”

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • A better way to say hello
  • Say hello
  • High five
  • Fist bump
  • Hug
  • Rock paper scissors
  • Hold hands
  • Chest bump
  • Propose
  • Run a race
  • Do yoga
  • Piggy back
The pinkie

The pinkie

[Oreo Cookie]


also pink·y  (pĭng′kē)

n. pl. pink·ies Informal

The little finger.

[Probably from Dutch pinkje, diminutive of pink, little finger.]
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