Memrise Polish course
Hi fellow Polish devotees!
I am in the process of making a Memrise course to accompany the Duolingo tree as I am learning it, and I wanted to share it with the community here. I have finished up to the fourth checkpoint on my tree and have created a Memrise level for almost every lesson up to that point so far, and am continuing to add levels as I learn them! You can find it here: http://www.memrise.com/course/918295/duolingo-polish-3/
I am reaching out to you all, because I would love to have somebody else join the team to help me adding AUDIO to the course! Whether you are a native speaker who can record the words yourself, or just more tech-savvy than me and have the time to import audio files from another resource, any help would be very welcome to make this course the best it can be.
Wishing you all the best in your pursuit of Polish knowledge,
P.S. It would be amiss if I did not also mention the excellent series of courses by ray.parkland, which focus more on phrases and sentences (mine is primarily vocabulary-based), organized by checkpoint. You can find the course for the first checkpoint here: http://www.memrise.com/course/920188/duolingo-polish-checkpoint-1/
Would you be able to give me the link for ray.parkland's courses? Dziękuję bardzo!
The link to his first course is in my comment above. You can find all the rest of them here: http://www.memrise.com/user/ray.parkland/courses/teaching/
Thanks, I'm using memrise side by side with Duolingo and they complement each other pretty nicely. I'll make sure to check out your course too. Thanks ^^
I do not know anything about Memrise and am not tech savvy. But I am a native speaker who could record some things. But I may have a slight regional accent.
Schmidzy, how we can improve and correct some mistakes in your memrise course? Like this one: "ona" - she (not "it", for "it" there's "ono")...
There are at least two typos in your course: "poczucie homoru" instead of "poczucie humoru" (in part 53) and "ulobiony" instead of "ulubiony" (in part 43). Is there any way you could fix those? Thank you immensely for this course! :)