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App vs. Computer and scoring

Does anyone know if the scoring on the app for Spanish is different than on a standard computer? It doesn't seem that with the app you can do the "timed" practices, therefore it seems like it would take forever to get through a lesson. Any ideas? Thanks, Ann

4 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/chibi_usa

On the app you cannot do timed practice, real world practice/immersion, go on discussions, report words/sentences, view the discussion for sentences or currently learn English from German.

The scoring however I'm confused by what you mean. Are you marked differently on the app? No. I do believe that on the app there is a different activity where you press the order of the words with them already provided for you (I'm unsure if this is on the website since I haven't come across it during timed practices). You also cannot redo/fix a mistake on the app, or get half hearts (yet!!) but they are doing some testing for having the words be underlined with either pink or blue to tell the gender of the word.

It doesn't take that long to get through a lesson I usually do it in 5 minutes or less (although I'm guessing).

I hope this helped. ^w^

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Harry-665

I don't know if I get you right, but maybe you are searching for the button "test out" in the upper right corner. There you can skip the single lessons of a skill by passing a short test.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PeskiAnn

I just started using the app vs. the computer and it seems like you can get through the lessons a lot faster! Thanks for all of your comments.

4 years ago