This conversation JUST went down.
Gabi: My invisible Aunt speaks English, French and Spanish. And she speaks French with my pretend big sister because my pretend big sister speaks Spanish. Right? And my pretend big brother speaks Japanese and teaches my pretend little brother how to speak Japanese and French. But not Portuguese. Because I am the only one who can speak Portuguese here. Right, mommy? And Daddy. And sometimes you, but not always. And, oh wait, my invisible Aunt also speaks Japanese. And what else? Oh yeah, and Spanish. And everyone can speak Spanish with each other, and English, but not French. Because only two of them can speak French. And my baby sister doesn't speak anything at all yet, but I think my invisible Aunt will teach her Japanese. So she can talk with all the other children!
Gabi takes a breath.
Gabi: Wow, mommy, that's a lot of languages at our dinner table! It's going to get noisy and no one is going to understand anyone else!
I swear this is pretty much word for word. One of the benefits of having my laptop on the table while we are eating dinner (I know, I'm so bad, but it doesn't happen often!).
The organizer in me is going to have to analyze that paragraph for contradictions.