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printout to study when away from computer

Hello, Is there a way or a plan to allow lessons to be printed. This would allow persons the opportunity to study when a computer may not be available while keeping with the Duolingo curriculum. Thank you.

2 years ago

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Try the notebook suggestion in the paragraph starting, "As the time passed . . . ," the sentence beginning, "I also came to . . . ." Print out, instead of using a printout. If you don't know Cyrillic cursive, then just use block letters while you're learning it. This is a great way to study.

2 years ago

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Thank you. This will take more time to create a list of vocabulary covered but nothing worth doing is quick or easy. Thank you again for your guidance.

2 years ago

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You're welcome. Writing out vocabulary by hand helps set it in your mind, and writing out sentences is even more helpful. Best of success!

2 years ago

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Yep I wish there was a way to do this too. But I haven't found any easy way, so I still end up writing out each new lesson. Writing longhand each vocabulary and sentences is tedious and it is seriously slowing down my learning because I am so tempted to speed through some lessons. However it is helping me solidify the alphabet and gets me writing which is a roundabout way of practicing one of the four skills of language learning. :)

2 years ago
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