Thank you! I like it; very clear pronunciation. (Maybe too clear! But that is only natural when reciting like this.
) What follows is mostly some nitpickings:
Take care not to lengthen stressed syllables. For example, at 0:54 you say proppe. (But I think you know that.)
You sometimes give an accent to the last syllable. For example, at 2:35 and following: portánt * 2, ambulát, portánt, ambulánt. Compare with the much better pórtat at 2:57 (but again wrongly portánt at 3:06). Teachers sometimes stress the endings when reciting the paradigms (that is, to stress the differences), a practice I very much dislike since it teaches the wrong stress patterns. Watch out for that; I think it's your main fault.
Short vowels in bŏnus, mălus.
I'm not sure, but it sometimes sound to me like you pronounce equum with three syllables (e.g. at 8:13, *"ē-ku-um"?). Better ĕ-kwum.
10:12 amīcus! amīce!