I have been using this app daily for over a year and it has opened up my world without me leaving the house🗺 🌍 🌎Thank you Duolingo!
I think Duolingo is very useful for people learning a language, or just practicing one they're not fluent in! However, I have a small suggestion. I think it would be a lot more helpful for total beginners if you could go back on lessons and redo them! Just in case if they forgot how to pronounce or write a specific word. If you can already do that then I must not have been looking around the app enough, but so far there's no way to go back on lessons and it saddens me a bit.
I don't mind you adding another class, but what bothers me is that in order to ger the 20 XP a day for the hard practice you need to defeat the Legendary course, that also wouldn't be a problem if every lesson didn't cost 100 gems, I totally hate that because it feels like an attempt to get a cash grab out of the people who are trying to rank up XP without subscribing to Duolingo Plus. You didn't have to remove the Hard Practice option, I hate to have to beat every legendary course to unlock the 20 XP on Hard Practice.
I took dos y medio anos de Espanol in junior high, over 40 years ago. Remembering the beginnings of learning Spanish is so fun and makes me feel happy that I haven’t forgotten that part of my youth. It’s so enjoyable, I look forward to spending time learning.
I have had Duolingo for a while. I really like it and I am learning Czech (because I am Czech) and I am progressing well with the app’s fun and game-like approach. I like how the awards motivate you to do more, and the 7-day streak challenge. I also like the extra motivation of advancing to new leagues. Another plus is how you can level up the skills, giving you satisfaction as well as more knowledge. There are very many languages to choose from. However, I do not like how the app teaches the words and forms but not the rules for them. For instance, if you were learning Czech, it might say to write “the boy is going there”. But there are many forms of “the” and “boy” and it doesn’t say which ones to use in different sentences, such as tato, tohoto, tamten, ta, ten, etc. It should teach the rules for different spellings, plurals, etc. In particular I am very confused about the rules for “se na…[noun]” and just “na…[noun]”. This app would be better if it taught all the conjugations, spellings, modifiers, etc. Despite that problem, Duolingo is a very good and fun app. It will teach you the language well, you just may not be able to do the grammar and conjugation correctly. I say definitely download it. The problems I mentioned are most likely different for each language, but you should become fluent eventually by using this app.
What happened to the audio on some parts of repeating and response and audio is not working
Guys you need to sync your XP points with the online and the app version. I like learning online but I get no XP points on the app. Also, please add split screen ability. thank you!
I’ve been using this app for about 3 months now and I’m really enjoying it. Teaches you how to read and write too. I wish they made a mini version for health care workers so we could learn some basic anatomy and simple phrases for work.
I love to have fun when I’m learning!
I use this app every single day it’s so helpful and I’m able to learn so fast yet so easily! This is my favorite app very much recommend, j’tame duo❤️