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Membus, a new amazing language project

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I wanted to share with you my entusiamsm for the new project Membus by Memrise, that aims to build a "visual dictionary" for language courses with videos taken from real speakers from many different situations. They have started to seek founds with Kickstarter and they already reaches their main goal of 50.000£ to start the project with the Membus that will visit Uk, France, Spain, Portugal and Italy. BUT they say that with each 5.000£ more than the main goal they will "unlock" a new country along a northern route in Europe. The Netherlands are already unlocked, because they reached 55.000£... But there are many other countries still to "unlock" and so if you are interested in this amazing project you should read their description and evaluate if to contribute: you can also obtain valuable rewards, such as, for example, a LIFETIME premium Memrise membership if contributing with a certain sum... It would be a great conpanion to the great Duolingo courses. But there are only a few days left before the end of the funding, so we should hurry and inform our friends about it. Here the link to the project: (check their rewards, the campaign, their updates and videos! ;) ) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/880674476/membus-tour-creating-the-worlds-first-video-dictio

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Xefjord

I think this is an amazing thing to support! Unforunately I am a student who doesn't have any money. But I will definitely spread this around. I believe using Memrise, Duolingo, Books in the native language, and speaking are the best way to learn the language, and this will just improve my Memrise resource infinitely more! :D

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AleixoDePena

Will they have Galician?

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Chuggy370
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I doubt they will, Galician isn't the working language of an official country. Also not many people study Galician compared to languages like German, Russian etc, which are therefore more important to have than Galician.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Xefjord

If enough money is tossed at them they might lol

2 years ago

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