Do you fear your friends and family to overhear your private conversation with a close friend? Speak Gibberish to confuse them. Read this article to find tips for learning to speak fluent Gibberish.

How To Speak Gibberish

Watching and hearing infants speak their unique and incomprehensible language is simply incredible and remarkable. In fact, the goo-goo-ga-ga, boogly-boogly-boo, and some similarly weird words are the most fascinating and enjoying words heard through their mouth. Though they cannot be interpreted, they seem to make sense to the person whom they are addressed to. Nonetheless, this uncanny and eerie language is not restricted to infants only. You, too, can join the infantile conversation and share secrets amongst your friends without revealing them to any strangers. Now, if you are just wondering about what language do babies converse in, do not fear. They speak the Gibberish language, which, in simple terms, is secret blabber talk or secret language used either for secrecy or just for kicks. Further, learning and mastering this language is not at all difficult. With some practice, you can speak fluent Gibberish in no time. Read through the following lines and know how to speak Gibberish confidently. Enithegjithegoy, aka, Enjoy!
Learning To Speak Gibberish
  • All Gibberish words require inserting a particular nonsensical word at different places of the concerned word. There are many variations of Gibberish, such as using -itheg-, -elag-, -itug-, -uthaga-, -idig-, -atheg-, and -adeg-. Let us consider using the dialect -itheg- in this article.
  • The sound of ‘i’ is similar to the I in fish, while the ‘g’ sounds like the G in girl, and the ‘th’ sounds like the Th in ‘those’.
  • Insert the dialect in the words and practice speaking Gibberish loudly.
  • Say, for instance, practice speaking ‘itheg’ together by adding different letters in the beginning: Witheg, Pitheg, Mitheg.
  • Next, add a sound to the end of the dialect: Ithegoo, Ithegi.
  • Add one syllable words to Gibberish. Try out the word ‘Me’ by saying M-itheg-e. Add the dialect before each vowel.
  • Next, proceed towards two syllable words, say, Middle. It becomes Mithegi-dithegle. Note that the dialect is inserted between ‘d’ and ‘I’ sounds, and between ‘d’ and ‘le’ because ‘le’ are read together.
  • Continue with other one syllable words, such as Go becomes G-itheg-o and So becomes S-itheg-o.
  • After you have perfected the one and two syllable words, proceed towards complicated words. Consider ‘Try longer words’, which is Trithegy lithegong-githeger withegords. Since ‘g’ is a shared sound, it travels to the second syllable as well.
  • Teach other family members and friends Gibberish and ask them to speak to you. Hearing and speaking Gibberish with others will help you to better understand and master the language quickly.
  • Now, try out other versions of the Gibberish language. Many people use -idig-, -uddag-, and -atheb- instead of -itheg-. As such, the word ‘dog’ becomes dithegog, didigog, duddagog, and dathebog. Similarly, creek translates into krithegeek, cridigeek, kruddageek, and crathebeek.

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