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
VIDEO Lesson 2: Tenses, Yes/No Questions, and Pronouns
VIDEO Lesson 3: Conjugations and Objects
VIDEO Extra – Translating your name into Láadan
VIDEO Review – Lessons 1 through 3
Know any interesting Láadan links? You should post it on the
A reworking of an old public domain television show, “Tales of Tomorrow”, on the episode, “The Evil Within”.
Get a really small, short introduction to the Esperanto language through this video! Afterward, you will be saying simple “A is B”-type phrases.
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. 😐
Just a tiny animation in Láadan.
I just spent most of Christmas eve making this video. @_@
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.
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?
Ĉu vi interesiĝas pri la planlingvo Láadan? Jen! Mi verkis videon pri la bazaj temoj!
Ankaŭ, mi kreis la retejojn
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