Prepositions in French!
Thank you to tesdefonceoutesgay for the help correcting it!
- Yuya (beauty channel)
- Coolbrush (beauty channel)
- Craftingeek (DIY crafts)
- Miranda Ibanez (vlogs, tutorials, etc…)
- Masterpost with links to Spanish lesson channels
- Vesta Lugg (vlogs, fashion, etc…)
- Kevin Karla y La Banda (Spanish versions of English songs!)
- https://www.youtube.com/user/faireset2/videos (talking animals!)
Cantonese Speaking Youtubers
"Est-ce que tu te souviens du moment le plus heureux de ta vie ?"
"Pas mal les 6 dernières semaines. J’étudie le chant classique à l’université, et j’étais à Edmonton pour un camp de perfectionnement de musique avec des gens de tous les âges et de partout au Canada. C’était très intensif : 6 jours par semaine, 8 heures par jour ; mais très inspirant et riche. J’étais entourée de personnes aussi passionnées que moi, qui étaient là pour le partage. Ça a absolument confirmé ce que je voudrais faire après avoir terminé mon baccalauréat !"
"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?"
"Pretty much the last 6 weeks. I’m studying classical singing at the university, and I was in Edmonton for a training music camp with people of all ages and from everywhere in Canada. It was very intensive: 6 days a week, 8 hours a day; but very inspiring and rich. I was surrounded by people as passionate as me, who were there for sharing. It has absolutely confirmed what I would like to do after completing my degree!"
Je dois retrouver ma passion pour la musique classique.
As a university tutor in my hometown, a city which is roughly 40% black and 37% white, I still had students asking me, “Do they just never learn how to talk right?” I pull up a chair when this happens, “Listen up, gang.” So what do I tell them? Well, the goal is to convey that, scientifically speaking, non-standard varieties of English such as the English spoken by Rachel Jeantel and the ‘proper English’ they’ve been taught are equally communicative. I go over the differences and point out that both have a rule system that must be followed to speak convincingly.
But then, I don’t see why there should need to be that justification. So I end up trying to teach respect. If they have a student that speaks a non-standard variety of English, they need to understand that that student is therefore competent in understanding at least two versions of English: the version they speak at home and other safe environments, and the one forced upon them when listening to you.
The alarmingly pervasive idea that standard English equates to ‘good grammar’ and non-standard English equates to ‘bad grammar’ is false and exclusionary. When it’s used in conjunction with intelligence and credibility of a young black woman, it’s reminiscent of the faulty scientific racism of “The Bell Curve.” But language shaming is currently acceptable behavior in the status quo. It is one of the last bastions of unabashed racism and classism."
|Canada:||Sure, we may have the best hockey, Tim Hortons, delicious maple syrup, cute moose, and great beer... But we're also the 3rd best place to live in the world as well as the 3rd cleanest country on the planet. We have waterproof money, ketchup chips, the best skiing resorts, Niagara Falls, same-sex marriage is legal in the entire country, we're ranked more free than America, we have a low divorce and suicide rate, we're the 2nd most educated country, our middle class is now the richest middle class in the world, we're the 8th most peaceful country, we have 8% more political female leaders than America, we have the most Hollywood filming locations, paid maternity leave for all women, diversity with extremely rare cases of racism, the cleanest lakes, an extremely stable economy, many well-known celebrities come from here such as Anna Paquin, Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling, Pamela Anderson, Seth Rogen, Ellen Page, Will Arnett, Mike Myers, Wolverine, Michael Cera, and Jim Carrey. We also have bigger houses and a low poverty rate. We also help America repopulate endangered species. On top of all that, we're the nicest people that you'll ever meet simply because that's just how us Canadians are. Pretty cool, eh?|
|Everyone:||Hell yeah, happy Canada Day!|
|America:||I came out to have a good time and I'm honestly feeling so attacked right now|
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