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Please let us see the grammar/Tips in modules -- perhaps by hovering over the module or an index

I've learned participles, and I know I need work on them. But where are they? For me to find them again, I have to click through each module--were they taught in medical? In school? SO now I have to click on each module.

This is also a consistent duolingo website design flaw. Where do I find that forum for esperanto posts again? Where can I see the graph of all the XP I've earned since I started? Where can I find a list of all the sentences I'm following so I can dive into them?

2 years ago

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There used to be a "Words" page in the early days of Duolingo; I think what you're asking for would be useful and could have been made part of an improved Words page.

They brought Words back briefly in an A/B test (https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3324197), but it seems to have not made it back. I have no idea why it was removed or why it didn't come back after that test. I think some would call it "streamlining" the site, or something, but I think most would call it removing useful features for no reason. (Apologies if this does still exist in some form and I'm being dumb.)

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/drownloader

You're definitely not "being dumb," because if this does still exist, it's hidden--whether hidden deliberately or not.

It's ironic that the Web became a huge success, in large part, by building on the inherent power of hypertext to make everything easier to cross-reference, to search, to find -- and now we've got websites that don't even supply the most basic sort of index or table of contents you'd have found in the back of a basic Esperanto Level 1 textbook.

And I searched (both on-site Duolingo and Google to site-specific) hoping to find the participle lesson, but that yielded no useful results, because of course it just dumps, unsorted, every instance of the word "participle" appearing.

2 years ago