I was wondering if it was possible to request languages? The one language right now I really want to learn besides French, German and Italian is Greek. Could we make this possible?
Yeah, and Biblical Hebrew too! Plus Latin and Classical Arabic. I feel like this would be a great help to those who are aspiring to enter religions like Judaism, Christianity or Islam and would want to read their bible. Well, I'd like to study Hebrew (since I'm trying to convert to Judaism,) and Latin since those two are really cool languages. Modern Greek too, since I feel like Greece is a country filled with culture. Hehe, it seems to me that I have a fetish for languages.
I was wondering if it was possible to request languages?
Here what Duo says about it in its Help Center: "How can I suggest a new language course?”
If you want to make a [course] suggestion, we encourage you to visit the forums and making a search for suggestions that have been made in the past, and adding your vote and comments to those existing posts. That will make the request more popular and make it stand out more, encouraging more people to add their votes. :)
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Looks like it's almost here (finally!) - https://incubator.duolingo.com/courses/el/en/status
hover over the american flag next to your profile picture, click Πρόθεσε ένα νεό μάθημα. see where it says μιλάω? click the drop down box, find αγγλικα, click that link. Next what you're going to do is click any of the boxes that have a piece of architecture in them. Once you do that hit Μεταφερθείτε στο μάθημα. After you do that the website will again be in English.
Yes, me too. I intend retiring there in a few years to my boat and really want to speak it!
Nor me - it appears to require at least a working knowledge of the Greek alphabet and how it is written! Very odd!
Wasn't the keyboard that threw me - fully expected that but to throw you in to requiring an understanding of the alphabet from scratch is a bit of a stretch!
Hi I was so looking forward to learning Greek but was disappointed at the content _ the French language course is much more accessible and user friiendky suits every learning style . The Greek is very dry and relies on the user pressing skip to learn the answer before learning the letter or word it also repeats correct answers endlessly