How to italicize on YouTube – Try It
So, how to italicize on YouTube? I have watched many videos on this particular topic. I have looked at them from the perspective of a non-technical writer. I did not like some of the ways that certain writers tried to present their point of view. As you probably know, when it comes to education there is a lot of disagreement on how to teach and this is especially true when it comes to how to teach grammar.
Some of the videos that I have watched looked like little more than sales pitches. They had a clearly defined objective, which was to sell a product. And they had already trodden that path on previous video. In other words they were just trying to get as many customers as possible.
I found another video that looked like an informal debate between Native American linguists. The person who produced the video also had quite a few years of experience in Native American education. He made quite an interesting point. I did not actually understand what he was saying but it did strike me as a wise observation. It is difficult to teach someone how to read if they are not going to be able to read at least partially in the native language.
While in my own little carmel maine there are quite a few ghost tribesmen and witch doctors who do some very strange things, none of them speak in the common language of the Six cultures of North America. In fact there is no such language. The reason that there is no common language is that all the tribes of the United States were removed from all those different cultures at the same time. This is why the language that the American Indians speak is sometimes known as carnelian.
A few years ago I was looking at YouTube and there was this one video titled, “How to italicize on YouTube.” There was a picture of a llama house with the caption, “There are llamas living here! Look at the size of those legs!” Now the caption of the video was, “Look at the size of those legs, they’re huge!” Now I’m not sure about the grammar of that one, but I’ll just say that the look of the video and the caption really says it all. The thing I noticed about these two videos is that they are both from the same place and they are both trying to convey the same message.
In the first video you can see the ghosts of the carmel Maine tribe hanging around the lamb house. In the second video you can see the deceased shaman with the skull and some other ghosts of the tribes hanging around. Both are trying to communicate with the lama. You see, the main problem with these two videos is that in neither of them do we get a clear picture or a good perspective of the location that they are filming at.
I have seen many YouTube videos done by people who claim to have made contact with the dead relatives of the carmel Maine group. The thing that I noticed with those particular videos is that they were shot from a distance. So, when you watch those videos you have to assume that whatever is visible is actually a ghost. Also you need to be aware that there are no trees in the background which could account for that effect. Also it is hard to see the shaman’s face clearly in that kind of a shot. If you pay close attention you might be able to make out a bit, but again, it is hard to make out any details in such close up shots.
So how to italicize on YouTube was something that was confusing for me. I am now able to watch a wide variety of videos without having to wonder about how to italicize when someone says their video has ghosts and all I have to do is click the play button. I am going to put these videos on this site to show people how to italicize properly and in the right way. I am sure more people will take advantage of this knowledge once they see how easy it is to get the correct footage from YouTube.