Iona-Sky's regular round up of esperanto films to take a look at 19 Jan 2017
Usual service is now resumed, remember to comment if this is the sort of thing you guys are still interested in, so I know to keep doing them, and let me know about new channels and cool films etc. These days I can't actually watch everything (which is great news) but I do try to at least take a look at lots of different things as I become aware of them
Alex Miller does a take off of the sound of music. Both sweet and funny https://youtu.be/115Ccz6DdpE
Evildea attempts a Swedish culinary delicacy with amusing results.
So amusing that Chuck (Amuzulo) also posted a film about it from a slightly different perspective....including bits that Evildea edited out! Lol.
Evildea's last day at JES sees him mostly replaced by a younger, more charming interviewer - who also has more hair. (Sorry Evildea, your days as the top esperanto youtubist are clearly numbered) https://youtu.be/OSc4GJ9HYgM
Then he gets to hang with Chuck and Charlotte. But be warned there is an out break of Alligators towards the end. (and what is Charlotte eating - flat oatcakes and condensed milk?) https://youtu.be/nysQDtoevv4
An African esperantist talks about her hopes https://youtu.be/12cNaCYTWOc
Esperanto variety show takes a minute pause from lernu kun logano and looks at the grammar points that Mazi raises https://youtu.be/slCLUDNHM3U
Lesson nine of lernu kun logano looks at fractions, the use of ad- and iĝ and a load of other stuff besides. https://youtu.be/r3MqOXULZb4
Airvian looks at active participles and complex verbs https://youtu.be/_FJqERIWq8Q
Language stuff tells about a reading competition called esperanto sumoo https://youtu.be/xGizscXG8-A
And finally this week i saw a russian lullaby translated into Esperanto which might be sweet for your kids to watch https://youtu.be/zSFxGDQtCoo
He did indeed, unfortunately the esperanto content is absolutely dire....but its a laugh to watch.
Posts like this are always a good thing as they highlight the more watchable content. Thanks, Ionasky!
No problem. I am working my own way through the book you mention....only slower...
It's definitely not an easy book. I'm avoiding the temptation to look up each and every word that I don't know. I realized that even when reading books in English there are words I don't know, but don't bother looking them up in the dictionary. I find that I enjoy La Hobito more on days when I'm not stopping to look up words. I don't find that I've missed out on any information.
I am reading though it one page at a time and then the second time through writting down every word i don't know and my best guess, then looking them up and seeing ifni was close. It feels like active engagement if nothing else. Though the number of times i am likely to need the words for brass and tiled for example seem comparatively few, but you never know.
I dunno. You might get into Esperanto Steampunk. They use lots of brass. ;-)
Hmmmm, there's a thought. Ok, sold, nowmi need the words for cogs, gears, dirigibles, parasols and corsets. Lol