https://www.duolingo.com/LexicalIvan

Word lists for what we've learned

Hey guys, so I've started to learn Vietnamese. I've previously used Duolingo to learn Spanish. One thing that I particularly loved about the Spanish course was that it recorded in a list all the words you have encountered thus far. I believe some other courses, such as French and German, have this feature.

I wanted to know what are the chances of such a feature being introduced in the Vietnamese course in the future. Is it simply a matter of the course being new and there are still changes to make, or is the matter more technical than that?

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Mr.rM
Mr.rM
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There is an old trick to view word list for any language:

  1. Switch to a language course with word list.
  2. Open the same page in a new tab/window.
  3. Switch the language to the one you need in one tab/window.
  4. In another tab/window, click the “Words” button to view the word list in the language you set earlier.
  5. Don't refresh the page. ;-)

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2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Eligeert
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Nice one! Another option is to use the Memrise Vietnamese Duolingo vocabulary course. It has a word list and it's a good way to practice alongside Duolingo.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/kuah

It has to do with the structure of the site on Duolingo's end. There are actually only a few courses (I believe EN, PT, ES, FR, DE and IT) that have word lists.

That said, I recently came across a nicely formatted post for another course that listed all the words lesson by lesson; I liked that format and may do something similar in the future.

I also put all the vocabulary in the memrise course, listed on the resource sticky.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/_Detective_
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A good idea!!

2 years ago
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