How do you access Immersion?
I heard that you can begin to translate through Immersion, though Immersion is not an option on my page. I wanted to see what everyone was talking about but I can't actually access it. It only gives me "Home, activity, and discussion" and that's it. Is Immersion only available when you completely finish a language course or reach level 25 in a language? Which I haven't yet, but some of the sites I try to access always recognize my computer (chromebook) as a tablet and I assumed that perhaps it was keeping my computer from showing the "Immersion" option. What's up?
I also grouped this into the topic of Danish since if I started to translate and had the ability to do so, I would translate to Danish. If this is removed due to my grouping into the wrong category, then whoever removes it, please post an explanation as to how I can access Immersion or when I can before you remove this discussion. Thank you!
Short answer, GirlWithTheGold, is that you cannot find immersion for Danish because it does not exist. I believe immersion only exists for a relatively few languages. The, you did not ask this, but it is the answer to the usual follow-up question: We are not likely to get immersion for Danish any time soon--just that the priorities for the app development seem to like elsewhere. Check out the pinned threads at the top of the discussion for more ideas about how to take your Danish further. And, by the way, I am seriously impressed! You are working on 14 languages.
It's fine! XD I really am interested in every language that Duolingo has to offer so far, I have been waiting for the Polish course for two years! I don't usually learn more than two languages at once but I have months where I am just interested in certain languages. Danish has been a favorite of mine since I first joined though so I am constantly at work on the Danish course. Russian is a close second, though I have put off practicing much in order to buy a Russian keyboard haha. I love learning the other languages as well, I just can't pick a favorite out of the rest, I love them too much! Lol
More power to you! You inspire me. In the past I have studied Russian, French, and German and could really use a bit of review. Yet, somehow I have hesitated to get going on them since I don't want to let myself get distracted from my main thing at the moment which is Danish.