Different "speaking language" than "learning language"
Hi there everyone!
I started to do duolingo few months ago when I've been in Spain and I really enjoy this, now I'm in France I'd like to continue it! I've got one question - is it possible to do for example (without changing "speaking language" in settings):
Spanish from English
French from Spanish
Thank you everyone for the answer!
If you are in "Spanish from English" Duolingo will automatically set your speaking language to English.
If you are in "French from Spanish" Duolingo will set your speaking language to Spanish.
The "From" language is the same as the speaking language.
Does that answer your question?
And: I am so envious that you get to visit Spain and France!!! My dream!!!
thank you for the answer, let me explain you better
I'd like to learn Spanish from English and French from Spanish without changing the language of duolingo. Is it possible?
This is the magic of my home University in Poland and Erasmus+ programme :D
I understand now. No, it is not possible to learn those two courses without changing Duolingo's language.
Erasmus! Now it all makes sense :) Enjoy!!
No, it is not.
DuoLingo does not have a 3rd screen language for the menu, discussions, tips and notes, e-mails.
It always uses your selected source L1 language.
Especially the e-mail message part in your source / base language is the most annoying part!
DuoLingo was unfortunately not programmed for multiple base / source languages.