Recording and English translation attached bellow.
About 3 months ago, my Vietnamese friend shocked many people when she suddenly spoke to them in an unknown language after a normal night sleep. It sounded like a mixture of Korean and Japanese but certainly not of any common language. From the unique phonetic nature of this language, I found Pali to the closest match yet not quite the exact case. I also noticed the translations are usually much longer then the source text, even from a single word.
Everyone thought it was a joke only to then realize how impossible it is to speak out random chunks of verbal texts with inherent structure and vocabulary. We tried asking her to translate a long sentence with a hidden "keyword" in it like "Let's eat something and go to sleep" to check the consistency of the words she were using, then waited a day and asked her to do another one with the same word but different sentence. She got it right all the times.
She is completely fluent, confident and responsive while speaking. Her face gestures and eye contact are much more vibrant compared to her normal Vietnamese. She also becomes much more emotional to profound scenes in certain movies. She can translate any body of text into this language but sometimes struggles with translation of single word or phrase, especially when purposely asked to do so for the sake of curiosity of the listeners.
She stated that the words "flow" in her head, so verbalization is completely unconscious and effortless. She has NO experience with any phonetically related language (like the above mentioned Pali).
Aside from this, she's completely normal. Her Vietnamese and English (which is her second language) are kept intact. She's 20.
Here are some of the recordings when I told her to speak out a series of normal words and sentences.
House | Today is a great day | Black cat | He was born in 1824 | What is the meaning of life | I love you.
Recording (single file for all words, separated by a short pause, please note that each individual has rather long and complex translation with multiple syllables from a single short word).
Update: I asked her to do 2 more voice recordings, one excerpt from Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People and the other is simply a random speech (about the rain and jogging in the morning, from what she said).
In more than 25 years of working with people in business, university, and marriage and family settings, I have come in contact with many individuals who have achieved an incredible degree of outward success, but have found themselves struggling with an inner hunger, a deep need for personal congruency and effectiveness and for healthy, growing relationships with other people.