Baby Knows Her Video Game Characters!

Remember the video clip of a baby that knows his presidents? Well, meet Melanie, a one-year-old that knows her video games characters!

Her daddy must be proud, why he's got flashcard and everything! Link [embedded YouTube clip]

You must mean "he's got a flashcard" or "he's got flashcards". You need to use 'a' or 'the' in front of a singular noun if it's not something like a person's name. "He's got Alex!" is correct. "He's got car!" is not. "He's got a new car!" is correct. Now, if I could learn the rules of end of sentence terminators in quotes, I'd be on to something. More fun with English, no?
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