A young woman has filmed herself speaking gibberish in a string of different accents to show how people speaking foreign languages sound - at least to her.
Nineteen-year-old Sara from Finland uses her remarkable skill for mimicry to show what different languages sound to foreigners who don't understand them.
Her caricatures are so good that, to anyone who doesn't know the languages she is imitating, she could almost be a fluent speaker.
Her British accent is pure London youth, while her American accent is reminiscent of California.
Like all the best mimics, she even replicates the body language of the cultures whose language she's imitating.
Sara, who doesn't give her surname, says that her video is just her 'goofing' around and cautions viewers not to take it too seriously.
She writes: 'I know some of them suck, but that's kinda the point cus I don't understand two sh**s of that particular language and that’s why it sounds like gibberish to me.
She adds: 'I'm not trying to speak any languages in this video. My point is only to bring out what the languages sound like to me'
The video was uploaded to YouTube on Monday and has quickly gone viral, racking up a phenomenal 4.75million views in just five days.