day 6 of our Advent Calendar, the second Advent AND Nikolaus in Germany, and today we’ll have some quality time and watch a movie together.
Well, okay… not a movie. But still…. feel free to break out a popcorn or two :).
So… in my articles, I very often refer to Indo-European roots. But I never spoke about it specifically, mainly because I don’t know too much about it. Beside the fact that it’s very very very ancient, of course.
I’m sure some of you know a great deal more, but for the majority, Indo-European is one of these weird “It’d be really cool to learn a bit more about it”-topics. That we then never learn about. Like… they’re interesting, but then, when we decide what to watch or read while eating or driving to work or sitting in class, we never think of them.
But today’s the day, because we’ll watch neat little summary video about it.
There are plenty of videos out there, of course, but this one is pretty good.
Oh just in case you’re wondering why I’m not just writing an article about it… well, that’s because I’d also just watch a couple of videos and then paraphrase them, so we might just as well watch the original.
Let me know your thoughts and questions in the comments, Viel Spaß und bis morgen:)
Oh, if you like the video, head on over to Youtube
(click “watch on youtube” in the player window) and give him a like.