I Finished My French Tree!
Earlier today, I finished my French Tree! I am not too surprised or proud, because I have been Learning French in School for 10 Years, but I am still happy! I am hoping to complete My Danish Tree Soon!
PS: This is my VERY FIRST DISCUSSION! :D
Also, if anyone knows how to translate articles, please let me know! :)
Congratulations! I highly recommend taking the reverse course (English for French speakers).
If you have access to Immersion, here are some guides for how to use it http://duolingo.wikia.com/Immersion
I also recommend checking out http://www.readlang.com. It's a browser extension. The creator of which recently started working for Duolingo. The extension helps you read websites and such that are in French. :)
Thank You! Yes, I started the English for French Speakers Course earlier today! Thank you for being awesome, and responding to my first discussion! And Good Luck to You Aswell! :)
Do you have the Immersion tab in the blue bar at the top of the screen?
(Also, I'm heading to sleep now. So if you respond, I won't be able to get back to you until morning. I hope you have a good night.)
Good Night! Have a good sleep! I don't have The Immersion Button, but I look forward to hearing what you have to say tomorrow!
can you tell me how to do the reverse trees? I can't seem to figure out how. merci beaucoup.
Go to your Home page. On the upper left side, there is a round flag icon. If you hover over it, it says "change language". Click on that. You'll come to a menu. Scroll through it until, in French, it says I speak French. I want to learn English. Once you select that, click the green Save button. Be warned, this will turn everything in the website to French.
A link shortcut is http://www.duolingo.com/settings/direction
Good luck! ^_^
merci beaucoup. es más facíl encontrar que pense. muchas gracias por decirme como encontrarlo. many more hours of fun:)
I am new to learning French. Can I have some connections with whom I can communicate in French to practice the language and improve upon the fluency
very well done! I also hope to finish my German tree soon and French tree after that! :)
Congratulations! I have been learning French for over 15 years and I only just started on Duolingo! Its so good. Well done and keep speaking french!
congrats I guess, I've been studying for about one and a half years now... Have you learnt anything special to help me along the road, to make it as pain free as possible? Merci beaucoup, salut!
H!. Im new!!!
HI LEARNERS! how are you guys doing? I hope you are in the pink. I founded this web and its FANTASTIC!!!!!!!! Im level 2 for Frenh learning. I didnt know that i was that good in French. GTG!!! BYE HAPPY LEARNING!!!!!!
PS: My dad is a French teacher at an international school!!!!!!!!! And.....maybe you can learn from my dad.
Anyone interested to join whatsapp group for french conversation are welcome, or if you guys have whatsapp group, please let me join.., lets learn foreign language together.. :)
WOAH! congrats!! your leaning ALOT of languages! 16!!!! WHAT????!!!!!! Soo happy 4 u. BTW, welcome to the discussion!
Congratulations. I too studied French in school. I learned words I never learned in school right near the top of the tree.
Here's Lingot for staying awake at school.
Wow, with all of those trees you're learning and this is your first discussion?
Congrats! So what's next for your french?
Yes! And now that I have completed The French Tree, which is what I have been wanting to do for a while, I am going to Translate Some Articles, as well as trying to Finish My Other Trees! :)
Hi Ashton, I am still in level 2 in french. I would be glad if you can tell me, whether the course gets difficult after basics? btw congratulations on completing the french :)
It isn't too hard. It will just get a little bit harder everytime, but not too much of a struggle, not like you won't get used to it after a while. The Last 20 Skills are the only ones that are really hard to get used to, and also The Bonus Skills are pretty difficult, but I am sure you will get used to it. Glad I could help. :)
I've found that some tasks are easy, some have tricky grammar, and some are easy except for the spelling. Everyday someone finishes their tree, so don't give up.