[Part 21] Python 3 for Beginners – Init

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“inuktikut” lol

#RIP

I was using the smiley face emoji all of the time since the early 1970’s. So, I do love and have fun using the variety we have today. Though, at first I thought that little swirly poo one was a chocolate candy. LOL! I do like using emojis. Interesting video! Thanks for sharing. 😊😊😊

The language is Latin based.

Just getting into Chomsky. Heard about him for years

Where’s Pride and Prejudice?

Excellent teacher!

My language is one of the two Slavic languages that doesn’t have cases (Macedonian). Thank God for that

This is totally not an exaggerated strawman or anything 🙄🙄🙄

I think more time is needed to explain the production possibilities frontier. It’s not so easy to follow if you’re a complete novice. It won’t do if you end your explanation with “I hope your head isn’t spinning” because you already anticipated that. I had to switch over to Kahn for a more easy-paced explanation. But hey, it’s a great initiative, very informed well-rounded video’s with a clear arrangement of subjects!

I guess this is nitpicking, but at the very beginning it said his name is “translated as Laozi, Lao Tzu or Lao Tze”. It should say “romanized as” instead.

That was fucking amazing.

Thanks for sharing…

Haha ok buzzfeed

Amazing.

“You think chenduh eekwaleetee is a joek?!”

Background: I was raised in Florida by my two Canadian parents who both lived in rural Ontario, then moved to Toronto. They have almost no accents, except for the occasional ‘sorry’, ‘about’ and ‘eh’. Meanwhile, I grew up with a very fast, almost British sounding Canadian accent, with lots of raising, hard t’s, and. I went through speech therapy because my accent was too difficult for non-Canucks to understand. I haven’t met a single person who has an accent like mine from Ontario, and the rest of my northern family has the Toronto accent.

This is written in a developed country perspective.

There should be a “Post-Modernism vs Modernism” video

@Russell5892 I’m not sure the language has been decyphered (or maybe even developed) to the extent that anyone who’s not a pupil at the school in question actually knows exactly what is being signed. The point is that the kids have essentially evolved their own language here, and a whole lot of people have had to spend a whole lot of time and effort at least trying to work out what the hell is going on. I’m not sure how rigid the syntax is, etc.–it’s a work in progress and always will be.

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