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Translating real life sentences after mastering

hi, I have been doing some italian lessons lately, and due to me knowing some italian already I have mastered some lessons with the "test out this skill" option. However, now that I feel like I am getting some knowledge in these mastered lessons it would be nice to now be able to take the translation lessons. Is this possible? (they stand as completed now, and when I click them nothing happens) And if this is not possible, perhaps it would be a good idea to allow us to do so? (I'm thinking it's probably nice to have some people who are good at a subject be able to do real life translations of said subjects)

5 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/helenvee
helenvee
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That is an excellent idea.

5 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/InkCube

You can translate as many sentences as you like if you click on the "Translations" button next to "Home". It's actually a lot nicer than the translation exercises as part of the lessons because you can pick a topic and text that interest you and translate as many sentences as you want.

5 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/BlackSea
BlackSea
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I've been doing this quite a bit lately thinking it doesn't matter where you start from, but I keep having those prompts for translation on the lessons' pages... I don't understand how it works really. Should I translate the exact sentences suggested there to ever be able to progress to the rest of the available lessons in each part...?

5 years ago