The Láadan Classroom – Set 1

Rachel Wil Sha Singh

I created five videos about Láadan last weekend – three lessons, a review, and an extra one on name translation/transliteration. :)

Please check them out! If you post up a video on YouTube to your own work in Láadan (vlog, song, practicing, short story, etc.) then I will link to it in a future lesson video!

Lesson 1: Basic Sentences

Lesson 2: Tenses, Yes/No Questions, and Pronouns

Lesson 3: Conjugations and Objects

Extra – Translating your name into Láadan

Review – Lessons 1 through 3


Know any interesting Láadan links? You should post it on the /r/Laadan subreddit!

With, Withid, e bebáa? – Woman, man, or what?

Rachel Wil Sha Singh

Láadan’s ability to describe gender is difficult.


 

My quest for animation software continues. Linux-based software is sorely lacking in this regard. Sure, there’s software like Synfig, but it lacks features that even my 1999 Flash editor has. 😐

Sankta Nikolao kontraŭ Diablo

Rachel Wil Sha Singh

Here’s some Esperanto content, u guyz.

I don’t know, it felt like something to do.

Also, I really thought this was public domain, but it got flagged by Content ID, but uh, it says that it’s OK and it added ads so whoever owns it I guess gets profits off it. Uh.

I could do more, but I’m not sure. Christmas is also like a day away, so it’d be a bit odd.

Let’s Plays in Mandarin Chinese

Rachel Wil Sha Singh

I love Let’s Plays, and I think they’re really handy for when you’re learning a new language. If it’s a game you’re familiar with, you can usually figure out the context in which the player is speaking, which makes it a little easier to try to pick out words and sentences.

So, what are some Mandarin language Let’s Plays?

老吳 Laowu

江小M – SmallM ლ(⁰⊖⁰ლ)

老皮

阿神Kouki

魚乾

霜玥

舞秋風