Being and nothingness, Irregular Latvian style!

Our favorite YouTuber, Anete Germane, is back with another in her informative series of 'Irregular Latvian' videos.

This time around Anete is in full-on philosophical-linguistic mode, tackling the subject of 'being' itself via the verb 'būt' (to be). As ever there are fascinating and funny examples provided to help you understand the Latvian language and its quirks, including invaluable insights into what she describes as 'Latvian whocarism'.

As if that wasn't enough, Anete also showcases her karaoke talents toward the end of the video.

Plenty more of Anete's videos are available at her Irregular Latvian YouTube channel.  

 

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