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Reverse tree for me

Having finished my french tree I have started the reverse tree, learning english from french. Since i didn't want to lose my french from english lessons i have adopted a new personna. I hope that this is ok. I have noticed that those learning english struggle as much as i did learning french. Continue your study! You will achieve your goal.

il y a 2 ans

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Reverse trees force you to learn the grammar of your target language, something the regular tree fails miserably at. If you tire of English/English translations just turn off the mic/speaker at the Settings page.

il y a 2 ans

https://www.duolingo.com/Makoyi

I'm doing the same thing. I've done a ton of French to English translation and am getting very comfortable with it, but I still struggle to string together sentences in French. Initially, I wished there was a way we could practice English to French without having to create a seperate account but now I'm seeing that there's a definate benefit to having mostly native French speakers here - I've been answering Discussion questions in French which is stretch my skills and I'm learning a lot of their correction of my immersion translations into more natural and more nuanced sentences than a textbook translation I'd give.

il y a 2 ans