Iona-Sky brings you some of the latest esperanto youtube video for your delectation and delight
26th January 2017 So what was out there this week?
Evildea changes his avatar ( check it out, less hair, no lollipop - what is the world coming to, is nothing sacred?) then goes to a concert and kiah wears a bag on his head (The way you do) and Dmitri gets his dancing moves on...sort of. https://youtu.be/9TMANlBoWwI
Then he has a major life change moment and quits his full time job. He'd like to spend much more time on esperanto stuff but also needs to eat so he puts out a call for more patreon supporters- https://youtu.be/ATj2e-UpMCE
Incidentally i worked it out if all his subscribers gave a dollar a month he'd be good to go. Probably the same with all the Esperanto youtubers who have patreon pages. If you have a few dollars to spare you might consider supporting at least one of them. If you can't do that then please remember to like their stuff, comment, share, subscribe and if nothing else let the adverts run at least 30 seconds before skipping so they can make a penny or two ( yes, no one pays the actual youtube content creator unless at least 30 seconds of the advert have been allowed to run-even though youtube itself probably does get paid by the second)
Esperanto variety show takes a quick trip to Syracuse for a meet up https://youtu.be/hd_hjZbeFmo
Then comes the last lesson of lurnu kun logano https://youtu.be/TaMOCtjitkc
Klaudius kaj livia look at Oklahoman animals...though to my mind the cats win the day https://youtu.be/uA7GFOzw9s8
Vanege and vincent do a collaborative video on minecraft - great if you like that game ( as of course many many millions do) https://youtu.be/uO_kK2mSllU
Airvian has not been a well man....but luckily germs don't travel down the interwebs thingys...do they? https://youtu.be/3lv4wKVFpLQ
Language stuff talks about the end of the Esperanto sumoo https://youtu.be/sRM1k68rS-k
Comparative Newcomer to the youtube scene JW Lingvoj practices Esperanto and kitchen skills by making capachino from scratch. https://youtu.be/1SnoyaYmtG0
(Language note: i believe that usually in Esperanto one more often uses the verb ekzerci not praktiki for doing something repeatedly so one gets it right in the end - perhaps a real expert will confirm)
Actually it was a flower lolly- or at least he says it is - he talks about it in one of his videos.
Ekzerci means to exercise something, as in practice. Paktiki means to put something into practice (as opposed to theory). I prefer to use ekzerci for the meaning you mentioned.
I haven't watched the video, but if he's putting Esperanto into practice by telling us about something - like how to make coffee - then you could say "praktiki". If he's doing it as a language exercise, then "ekzerci" would be a better word to choose.