https://www.duolingo.com/Kadmos_Thebes

Mòoré, une langue du Burkina Faso • ISO 639-3 • mos

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Chers amis, je voudrais apprendre le mòoré, une langue du Burkina Faso, parlée par les Mossi. C'est la langue principale de 7 000 000 personnes, soit 45 % de la population du pays.

L'Afrique est fascinante, inspirante, inconnue. . .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAo6k39YahY=PLA5UIoabheFNYoLhJGHk1_Fr1qHbrIg1l=1

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https://www.duolingo.com/hughcparker
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Have a look at this post about how to suggest a language course: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/15014194.

Mòoré hasn't been suggested yet. You could contact Lrtward or Jrikhal and ask for it to be added.

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Bonjour Kadmos_Thebes,

votre discussion étant écrite en français (et donc, je suppose, une suggestion pour un cours de Mòoré depuis le français),
pourriez-vous la déplacer(*) sur le forum général “Duolingo (en français)” ?
Merci.

Pour déplacer (merci de ne pas créer une nouvelle discussion dans l'autre forum mais bien de déplacer celle-ci !) une discussion existante, voir le paragraphe "Si je n’ai pas publié dans le bon forum, que faire ?" ici.

Voyez ce court guide pour vous aider à savoir où poster vos (futures) discussions sur les forums de Duolingo.


(*) Elle se trouve actuellement sur le forum "Duolingo" pour anglophones et non pour francophones.

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https://www.duolingo.com/Kadmos_Thebes
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Merci beaucoup. Je suis nouveau sur le site et tout ça c'était un peu trop compliqué pour moi, parce que je suis principalement anglophone, mais bien ... Je pense que je l'ai réussi après tout ! Bonne année !

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Je pense que je l'ai réussi après tout !

En effet, c'est bon maintenant. Merci !
J'ai donc ajouté votre suggestion/requête à la liste des cours pour francophones dans le guide pour francophones.

parce que je suis principalement anglophone

Then you may also be interested in a course of Mossi(*) from English — which is more likely to be the first to appear on Duo (before the one from French), if Duo is to create a course teaching Mòoré one day — in which case I suggest you create a[nother] discussion suggesting "Mossi from English" (thus to be created on the form "Duolingo" for English speakers) since this current discussion is about "Mòoré from French".

(*) English name of Mòoré (according to Wikipedia ;)).

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https://www.duolingo.com/Kadmos_Thebes
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Ce serait génial pour moi bien sûr, mais presque impossible je crois pour Duolingo de trouver des locuteurs natifs Mossi qui parlent l'anglais. Le français est la lingua franca au Burkina et je suppose que beaucoup de francophones locaux aimeraient promouvoir leur langue burkinabé ici. En tout cas, merci de votre aide !

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J'ai effectivement manqué ce point important. ;)

Anyway, can't hurt to have one post for each course

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Duolingo did add Guarani (Jopará) for Spanish speakers without adding Guarani (Jopará) for English speakers first. ;)

Maybe that's because it's part of the U.S. Peace Corps partnership with Duolingo? http://technical.ly/dc/2016/06/03/peace-corps-duolingo-language-courses/ has more on that. :)

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Duolingo did add Guarani (Jopará) for Spanish speakers without adding Guarani (Jopará) for English speakers first. ;)

[Note: Did I say that for all languages, the first course teaching it on Duolingo was for English speakers? I don't think so: I was just wrong not checking if another language than English was widely used by speakers of Mossi.;)]

Yes, as for Catalan. The reason being very likely that Duo estimated that it was easier to find volunteers that are at the same time native speakers of Spanish or Catalan while being fluent in the other one than to find volunteers that are at the same time native speakers of English or Catalan while being fluent in the other one.

Thus, for the same reason as Kadmos_Thebes mentioned (namely that it's easier to find volunteers fluent in both French and Mossi than to find volunteers fluent in both English and Mossi), the first course for Mossi may be the one for French native speakers.

Maybe that's because it's part of the U.S. Peace Corps partnership with Duolingo?

If it were related somehow to U.S. Peace Corps (they keyword is "U.S." in my question here), the course of Guarani would have been done from English, no?

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According to the article,

...Choquette [Patrick Choquette, director of innovation at Peace Corps] said PCVs [Peace Corps Volunteers] are already working on more courses — Swahili for English speakers and Guarani, an indigenous language spoken in Paraguay...

I'm pretty sure the U.S. Peace Corps already requires everyone it sends to Paraguay to learn (if they didn't already know) Spanish, so Guarani (Jopará) for Spanish speakers gives them some extra practice in Spanish while learning Guarani (Jopará). ;)

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I'm pretty sure Guarani got added because Luis wanted to provide language-learning opportunities in his home country. I can't remember where I read that, though, so I can't provide a link, sorry.

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Isn't that why he wants to add a course in one of the Mayan languages?

Anyway, Spanish speakers in Guatemala can take Guarani (Jopará) for Spanish speakers the same way other Spanish speakers can. :)

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