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Tips on learning a language

Side note: I'm very excited that the Korean course will be coming out. It is till in Phase 1 but I will be studying Korean until it comes out.

I just want to say to everyone that if there is a language you really want to learn that in the Incubator, there's no use waiting until it comes out and doing nothing. What good comes from that? You will probably waste months waiting for it to come out. In those months, you could of been studying for it, getting a head start. Most people are smart enough to do this but i'm just making sure.

Another thing is that you shouldn't just rely on Duolingo to learn a new language. Yes, Duolingo is a great language learning site but it won't teach you everything you need to know to be considered "fluent". You need other sources to be able to get everything. For example, the Korean course might not tech the grammar rules. In those months waiting for the course to come out, you could be studying the grammar rules.

Those are my tips if the language you want to learn isn't out yet. I'm following these tips and my Korean is improving!

1 year ago

4 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/AdriaWinte

um.....

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AdriaWinte

good luck on your Korean

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/chemicent

Thank you~

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Pfirsch_

행운^^

1 year ago