365 days using Duolingo!
It's been a year already using the app and I can say it has helped me a lot. I believe this system is pretty effective and useful for those who want to learn a new language for free.
I started with Dutch because since I speak German I wanted to know how it was like. Then I tried Irish because I always wanted to learn a celtic language, even though I stopped and I'll learn Welsh as soon as it is released.
My two main languages that I am learning here are Norwegian (can't wait for the new tree) and Russian (it's beeing hard but I am enjoying it), and I couldn't be happier. Both courses have amazing moderators.
For the future I'd like to see several new languages like Icelandic, Basque, Lithuanian, Latin, Old Norse, Breton, Low German and many others I find interesting.
I hope this second year I can learn as much as I did in this, and I wish Duolingo is doing great for many years.
EDIT: Thank you all for your kind answers :)
Nice. I would be ecstatic over anyone of those languages being added. Can we have Faroese too?
Of course, I'd love to see Faroeses in Duolingo though I believe it'll come after Icelandic and Finnish
Icelandic, Old Norse and Latin would be so awesome. There are a lot of Latin options on Memrise (probably the others too, I haven't checked), but I would love a course taught the Duolingo way.
Yeah, there are plenty of resources for those languages but I just love how easy is to use Duolingo having a prepared course where you are shown where to start, how to continue etc. I'm learning Old Norse on my own now and I takes more time to prepare all the material and plan yourself.
Congrats! I would like to see more African languages (like igbo) Because it is just mainly indo-european languages. I think an island language would be great, like Samoan or Tongan.