I finally did it. My first language tree conquered on Duolingo. It has been a great journey throughout. Thanks to Duolingo for making all the knowledge available in such an easy and accessible way. My tree is now all gold, and I intend to keep it that way.
Still working on deciding my next stop. Would love to learn a non-Latin script such as Russian, Japanese or Arabic.
Hindi is my nation's official language (I am from India), and I speak Hindi natively, so no going down that path :)
Very well done! I hope you will keep developing your German with means as Immersion, podcasts and holidays to German speaking countries. By the way, Russian is a European language ;)
Thanks a lot. I will absolutely continue with German, especially in Immersion (as the possibility of a holiday to Germany in the near future looks bleak). Good point there regarding Russian being an European language. I always considered languages with Latin script (especially West European) as the mainstream European languages. However, I have to admit Russian does have a huge footprint in Europe.
Russian is a Slavic language (one of the three bigger language groups in Europe, the others being Romance and Germanic), which is part of the Indo-European language family. Though it does not have a Latin script, it has many aspects that Indo-European languages share. It is interesting to read! Btw, perhaps you find this website convenient for the further developing of your german: slowgerman.com
Hute auf fur Sie! Ich habe etwas ein oder zwei Monate der Baum erobert und noch ich habe viele lernen in die Deutschsprache; besonderes die Dativ, Genitiv und anderes...so wie Rechtschreibung.
Gut gemacht! With non-Latin do you mean non-romance (no Spanish etc.) or using a different script?
I mean to try one with a different script (particularly ones with a script significantly different in appearance)
Did you get the new German tree update, yet? If not, you will have to redo it again, I think.
I did not get the update. I know that I have to revisit some of the lessons once they update.