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Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-07-07, 19:37
by IpseDixit
vijayjohn wrote:I think all the Japanese people in this video have stronger accents when speaking (or attempting to speak) English, for example :P


But those people are presumably beginners with no knowledge of English so it's obvious they would have a stronger accent.

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-07-07, 19:45
by vijayjohn
IpseDixit wrote:
vijayjohn wrote:I think all the Japanese people in this video have stronger accents when speaking (or attempting to speak) English, for example :P


But those people are presumably beginners with no knowledge of English so it's obvious they would have a stronger accent.

Okay, how about this one then?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXZwGYBxTf0

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-09-25, 13:45
by IpseDixit
(en-us) Sam O'Nella Academy (Hilarious channel mainly about random educational stuff)
(en-us) ContraPoints (A channel about politics which has the merit of combining good quality contents and great aesthetics (for a YT video))
(fr) Linguisticae (a channel about linguistics)

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-11-26, 14:53
by md0
I bought a video download of Just for Graphs, a standup comedy show about ...graphs, which is one-third Matt Parker ((en-gb)(en-au)) of Youtube fame.

I love it.

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-11-28, 10:22
by IpseDixit
(en-US) Matt Baume (about LGBT issues)

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-12-01, 9:45
by vijayjohn
Mexican Spanish (es-MX) Telemundo Novelas, one of American Spanish channel Telemundo's YouTube channels, including at least one telenovela with subs available both in Spanish and in English (en)

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-12-01, 10:26
by Osias
*cries in Spanish*

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2017-12-25, 3:55
by vijayjohn
minerva scientia, a Japanese polyglot reading samples in various obscure languages, especially languages spoken in Japan. It seems as if all videos include translations into both Standard Japanese and English.

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2018-02-01, 2:45
by atalarikt
I don't know if this has been posted before, but Chef Rafi is a good channel for those who like to cook (especially fish) while learning languages at the same time.

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2018-02-01, 2:51
by vijayjohn
Nope, you're the first person to mention him. :o That looks interesting, thanks for sharing! :)

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2018-02-04, 14:10
by atalarikt
vijayjohn wrote:minerva scientia, a Japanese polyglot reading samples in various obscure language, especially languages spoken in Japan. It seems as if all videos include translations into both Standard Japanese and English.

So I was looking for the channel and stumbled upon this...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma9L3n_DKQg
A cover of an anime OP in a Native American language? Sign me in!

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2018-02-12, 0:31
by Koko
(en-ca) Stef Sanjati

https://youtu.be/rq2jgM9kMlg

^her most recent video

I love her so much, she's one of my favourite people ever. She talks about LGBTQ+ topics, particularly regarding being trans, and specifically a trans woman because that's her experience. Also she endorses punching nazis in the face :3

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2018-07-31, 9:59
by IpseDixit
Koko wrote:(en-ca) Stef Sanjati

I love her so much, she's one of my favourite people ever. She talks about LGBTQ+ topics, particularly regarding being trans, and specifically a trans woman because that's her experience. Also she endorses punching nazis in the face :3


I discovered her yesterday thanks to another channel that I've started following:

(en-ca) uppercaseCHASE1

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And here are the channels I want to suggest today:

(it) cimdrp (mainly about feminism and LGBT+ issues)

(es) varfunfun (about philology, linguistics and books)

(it) Barbaroffa (about current events, languages (he's an interpreter), communication and other miscellaneous things. It's a good channel for people learning Italian because he speaks quite slowly and has a standard accent, I guess he took some diction courses)

Re: YouTube Channels

Posted: 2019-04-08, 16:55
by vijayjohn
I just realized no one else has mentioned Canadian English (en-CA) Bahador Alast yet.