Iona-Sky's esperanto film round up and review, 11-16th Feb.
Nice to see the return of some regulars as well as other people trying things out. Please feel free to comment here ( everyone likes positive feedback) and remember - support your content creators, like their stuff, share it around, comment and if you have a dollar or two spare consider patreon.
Esperanto variety show goes all scientific with sandwiches. A much more complicated and philosophical affair than you might once have thought. https://youtu.be/WVqtvcRYcYo
Langfocus gives a potted history of Esperanto, though i don't think his conclusion that you won't use Esperanto to communicate is at all true. What's more he is completely out of date given the duo numbers and other sources on the internet. https://youtu.be/KztctvSveEI
Kajesperanto gives us a simultaneous australian sign language and Esperanto offering. He disses his real life friend Evildea (and to be fair why not?) and talks about some of the interesting elements of his having Tourette's syndrome and how it works for him in two languages. https://youtu.be/-7gETfLwlNQ
Language stuff puts together a random montage of snippets through the day/week and shows how difficult it is for someone to just start speaking a new language. Its not always plain sailing. https://youtu.be/9BjhSznh06E
Zibbi from esperanto vblogger returns and explains the reasons for his recent absence. Some of which are sad. https://youtu.be/NiIrDB0Y74g
Miksita benno talks about making friends around the world ( the audio on this is way low so you will probably need to put your volume way up in order to hear it....remember to put it back down again or the next video will most likely deafen you :-) ) https://youtu.be/ETeSGkInXSs
Evildea reminisces about the schlock horror movies he used to watch with his mum when he was a kid. https://youtu.be/ETeSGkInXSs
My pick of the week goes to.....
Klaudias kaj livia have a weekend visitor, go shopping and play with visual effects. Very cool https://youtu.be/INBXx9VEtlQ
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As for Patreon, this absolutely makes a difference. Search Patreon for "Esperanto" and look at some of the rewards from the top creators there. I happen to know of one who offers monthly lessons as a reward. Pretty cool, right? ;-)