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?
There is an old trick to view word list for any language:
- Switch to a language course with word list.
- Open the same page in a new tab/window.
- Switch the language to the one you need in one tab/window.
- In another tab/window, click the “Words” button to view the word list in the language you set earlier.
- Don't refresh the page. ;-)
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.
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.