A teaching duo from Liverpool gave Vietnamese children the ultimate English lesson – by teaching them to talk like a scouser.
Footage, posted by Callum Graham on Facebook, captured a group of school pupils, in Bien Hoa, Vietnam, mimicking the two staff members.
Callum, along with another teacher who is believed to be Elliot Clay, played out the phrases from the notorious ‘in the entry’ video – which was seen in 2014 – where a Liverpudlian was unable to find his friend.
The footage starts with the pair asking the excited children to say ‘Hello’ and then ‘where are yerrr?’.
Callum, who teaches five to six-year-olds, then yells: ‘I’m in the entry’, to which the children try to copy in their best Liverpudlian accent.
The saying is from the ‘in the entry’ clip which saw the undiscovered pal continually shouted: ‘I’m in the entry’, however whenever the man looked in the courtyard he wouldn’t see his friend. The trickery continued for several minutes.
Social media users were quick to comment on the hilarious video.
One person wrote: ‘Those kids are so cute, great video!” to which Callum replied: ‘I can’t even begin to describe how amazing they are.’
Another said: ‘Boss this lads’ and one posted: ‘Omg this is the best thing ever!’
Callum told the Liverpool Echo: ‘The original “in the entry” video has been a long running personal joke in our friendship group, which we find endlessly hysterical.
‘But the idea to film the children doing it was spontaneous really. We had discussed it off the cuff a few times.
‘But in the class Elliott just turned to me and said get your phone out. And we filmed it and now here we are.’