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Where is there a vocabulary list so that i don;t have to go to google translate to learn new word?

1 year ago

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Q. Tab: Words: How to see more information about a word, conjugate a verb and go back to the lesson where that word was used?

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  1. -If you click on the 'Words' tab in the blue bar at the top of your screen, it will list all the words you have learned so far.

  2. -The words all have a dotted line underneath them.

  3. -If you click on any one of those words, it will pop up on the right side of your screen.

  4. -Clicking on the loudspeaker icon it will let your hear the pronunciation of that word.

  5. -It will show the (English) translation of that word, at the link 'Translation'.

  6. -It will show the grammar type (e.g. adverb) of the word at the link 'Part of speech'.

  7. -It will list the lesson in which you first learned that word. See the 'Skills' link on the right side of the screen. Click on that lesson name, and it will actually take you back to the lesson itself.

  8. -Lower down (on the right side of your screen), it will say 'more details' and if you click on that, you will see the word used in a sentence.

  9. -If you have forgotten the conjugation of a certain verb and you want to know it again, click on that verb in your 'Words' list, then click on 'more details' and the conjugation table pops up.

  10. -The 'Words' tab is not out of the box available in all natural languages Duolingo offers for learning, but there is a workaround for that.

See: also: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/21183936

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Myah061

and there sould be a button that says strathen skills by the why I am not that good at spelling ( 0 _ 0 )

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Myah061

does that help! ( ^ 8 ^ )

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MikeNolan6

I recommend you go to a bookstore and buy a pocket-sized dictionary. I have several for French and try to have one at hand any time I try to read in French. There are probably about 2500 words you need to know to be modestly fluent in a language, but that's maybe 1% of the total number of words.

My first French teacher recommended buying a small notebook and writing down unfamiliar words in it, as well as trying to write several sentences in French every day.

Some Duolingo language modules have word lists, but apparently not all of them do. The French module used to have a flashcard feature, but it has apparently been removed.

The tinycards feature will be coming out later this week (I think the debut date is March 2, 2017), hopefully it will meet your needs and mine.

1 year ago

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The French module used to have a flashcard feature, but it has apparently been removed.

Not here. Click on 'Words' in the menu, then you see 'Review flashcards' on the right.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Patrick597980

thank you all!

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ForestPolyglot

(>_<) this can be so aggravating!

1 year ago