I’ve been reaching out to a few YouTubers to talk with Steve about language learning. Recently, Steve was on Matt VS Japan’s channel and he’ll be appearing on a few more too.
I was wondering, what YouTubers would you like to see interview Steve? Paste them below and I’ll try and reach out to them.
Subscriber count must be higher than 5000
5K - 500K is the sweetspot.
It doesn’t matter if their channel isn’t in English
Must be related to language learning, business, living abroad, education, entrepreneurship, technology, etc.
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I know He’s already done a few with Luca, But Its always good to see them together in a video!
A video with Tim Doner would be really fun to watch, I feel like I haven’t seen Tim at all in recent years.
Stefanie as well! I think a lot of people would enjoy watching Her and Steve in a video together here is her Channel.
How about Alexander Argüelles? Two very different approaches.
Steve might want to appear on the Reto Bilingüe Channel. It’s a Spanish channel dedicated to helping Hispanic parents raise children to be bilingual or multilingual. I’ve really enjoyed listening to the interviews of how various families in various parts of the world are raising their children to be bilingual. Right now, some of the most recent videos on the channel haven’t gotten a lot of views; the channel hasn’t posted regularly and has focused on vocab instead of interviews in the past few videos. Nevertheless, I think this is a channel that might be a good fit for Steve.
In addition, sometimes this channel has interviews with language learning app creators.
I was about to propose some polyglot youtubers, but he has already made videos with everyone that I searched. It would be intersting to see something different. I think that a talk with paul, from Langfocus. Or even a talk with Jan from language boost, I know they already did an interview, but it would be intersting if they discussed language learning and traveling, considering Jan travels a lot.
Jan’s channel: Language Boost - YouTube
Langfocus: Langfocus - YouTube
A more realistic interview that I really see happening is with Lucrezia, from learn italian with Lucrezia.
Learn Italian…: Learn Italian with Lucrezia - YouTube
Another Spanish channel that may be a good fit for Steve is Para Emprendedores Con Luis Ramos. This is a very active Spanish channel that talks about books and business. I really liked watching this video from the channel about how to read 52 books in one year: 📖 Cómo LEER 1 LIBRO POR SEMANA (52 Libros al AÑO!!!) - YouTube
Here’s the channel link: Libros para Emprendedores con Luis Ramos - YouTube
I think the full title that Luis wanted his channel to be was Libros Para Emprendedores Con Luis Ramos. I’ve heard him say Libros Para Emprendedores when speaking of his channel. I’m guessing his channel name was too long so he couldn’t/didn’t include the word “Libros”.
Sorry, but I think 5k subscribers is a weak criterion.
Robin MacPherson - YouTube
has 3000 but has lots of interesting stuff on his channel.
I think it would be really entertaining to see Steve do a video with his wife, or his grandkids or someone in his family.
Well, Steve seems not to be a fan of immigrant families intent on preseving their original language
So, the interview may end up being a bit tense as seemed to have been the case with Matt vs Japan
Maybe that’s a plus?
That could be true. However, I do feel that there is a small contradiction in that I remember that Steve said that he had tried to get his kids to speak foreign language but gave up because they resisted it. I don’t really see that great of a difference between a Canadian kid being encouraged to learn other languages from childhood to a kid from a immigrate family learning their ancestor languages.
Maybe I am overanalysing it but I believe that Steve feels that it is very important for the kids of immigrant families to first integrate fully into Canadian culture. I haven’t watched to Matt vs Steve interview as Japanese is not a language that I study and I have to economise my time.
Still for what it is worth I would a interview with Reto Bilingüe Channel intrigues me.
A video in Cantonese with his wife would be epic
Cool channel - I sent Robin a message.
Artem from Russian Progress.
Max from Russian with Max