What They're Saying: Georgia teen Reuben Nsemoh

“My friends would always talk to me in Spanish and would teach me. I wasn’t perfect, but my brother is a really fluent Spanish speaker. So he kind of inspired me with that, too.”

-- Georgia teen Reuben Nsemoh, who woke up from a coma speaking only in Spanish -- a language he’d never spoken fluently before -- after he was kicked in the head during a soccer game. The Kalonji Soccer Academy keeper said he may have subconsciously recalled fluent Spanish conversations he overheard from his friends and brother. (WSB Radio)
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