Duolingo Grammar Guides Hub: (Tips and Notes PDFs!)
On the Discussion forums, I have seen many posts from people asking questions like "Where can I find PDFs/Word documents of the Tips and Notes?". Here is where you can find them! I have created "Duolingo Grammar Guides", which are handy PDFs or Word documents which contain the Tips and Notes from each course. I will make a guide for each course (for English speakers), but they are not all ready yet, so you can follow this page to keep track of each guide's progress!
Stage 1/3 ~ Coming Soon:
~ Norwegian (Bokmål)
Update: The guides listed above will enter Stage 2, starting with Irish once the guides already being worked on are completed.
[Note: The courses which are in Phase 1 of the Incubator are not listed]
Stage 2 ~ Underway
German: The German guide is underway! I expect this one to take a while because the German tree is such a long one, but it should still be ready in the next few weeks or so. I hope to start adding the Tips and Notes once the French guide IScloser to completion.
French: I have begun to add the Tips and Notes. It shouldn't take long it is my top priority at the moment. I can't give an accurate estimate as to when the guide will be available, but it should be within the next few weeks.
Portuguese: The cover has been designed and I am now adding to the contents page. I expect to start adding the Tips and Notes once the German and French guides are nearer to completion. Once these guides are completed I can give an estimate as to when the Portuguese guide will be available.
Russian: I expect the progress on this guide to be at a bit of a standstill for the time being, mainly due to the other guides that must be completed first, but after that I will easily make up for lost time and make sure that the guide is released by the end of the month.
Stage 3: Available Guides!
To download these guides, click here
I'd like to note that all of this is not just my own work. I am only responsible for the layout/editing/formatting, but I'd like to thank Duolingo and the course contributors for creating the images and tips and notes. I have used the images and the tips and notes without permission based on the fact that I have no intention to use them for personal gains. I have created these guides for your convenience, so please don't use them in an unintended way!
(I may also be able to make guides for the courses which are for speakers of other languages, but the ones above need to be done first)
I made one for turkish but its from a year ago. I don't know if they changed anything, if anyone needs it google "Turkish grammar notes epub site:duolingo.com", I should be the first result.
You can copy and do whatever you want with it. I don't hold any rights to it. I just compiled it.
Wow thank you! I'm excited for Russian since on my mobile browser Duolingo has made it impossible to access these. My lessons lately have been introducing some weird sentence structures that I am clueless about. I really appreciate that the Duolingo community is there to compensate for something that Duolingo takes away. I'll be checking in again!
Hi! Was this question for me? I sadly have not been focusing on Turkish, and it does not look like I have gotten much farther than you already have by now. I do not have anyone to speak Turkish with, so I don't know if learning it is easy, but the lessons on Duolingo are really easy so far. It seems like a very straightforward and logical language to me. I wish i could give it more time. How do you like it?
Great work, I love the guides! I've made it about a third of the way through the Polish lessons, here's a quick copy + paste of the tips for anyone who needs them! (Or if you need help making the polish guide) https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fqekEO1PiHwPkyk6aaqAM9TlGW29GlkLxaHB4_HPu7I
Hey, Otsogutxi, how are you doing?
I was wondering how you got all the tips and notes, did the moderators share them with you? It's just that the last time I checked (March 2018), all the Tips and notes for the languages I'm studying were gone. I had copied all of the Dutch grammar Tips and notes, so I have them, but I was just wondering in case there's a way some of us can help you with the formatting/editing process.
Just let know, I've just followed this thread to get a notification next time I log in.
Hey man! I really think what you are doing is absolutely amazing. I was looking for something like this since I started using Duolingo. I saw that you could also make the guides for speakers of other languages. I'm about to finish the Esperanto course from Spanish (Probably in the next 10 days) and I'm more than willing to help you make it into a guide.
If you don't care about the format being exactly the same as the one he used (I mean, the guy who compiled these guides), you can just copy/paste to a word document, format it as you wish, and then save as pdf.
I have no idea how he got the document to have that design, I'd like to know!
Hope this helps.
You can print them yourself:
- log in on www.duolingo.com
open a new tab and go to your unofficial progress page
This web page will show the skills of your active course in duolingo
sort "progress by Original order"
- tap all the light bulbs
- print the page to a PDF-file
or copy and paste the text in a Word-processor.
^^^ THIS Progress page that pentaan posted about is very helpful; I didn't know it existed! Follow the duome.eu link above, but place your own name in place of "FluffyLongbottom." You may be surprised at the amount of detail you see!
Of course, you can only access the skills you've unlocked so far, since this goes off your personal progress, but that's fine.
I assume that to change languages, you probably have to go back to the main Duolingo page and change your active language there.
Thank you, pentaan! A lingot for you for showing us this great resource!
These guides look so beautiful. I am sure a lot of people would be so happy to know about these and include them in their study routines. I am only focusing on one language, FRENCH.
I would really appreciate it if someone could help me get the FRENCH GUIDE from this series. PS -- Feel free to connect if you are also learning FRENCH and plan on being a fluent speaker. Maybe we can learn together. All the best, everyone. :-)
Wow this is amazing, thank you so much for your hard work and dedication to this. I was kinda disappointed when I cam back to Duolingo and didn't find the guides anywhere. They really helped me to clarify some grammar doubts, and now I can check them again thanks to you