Have you ever tried to reverse your course after reaching the golden tree?
I mean when you learn Ukrainian from English, have you ever tried to reverse it and learn English from Ukrainian ? I think it is a brilliant idea to start a new course that way - to do it upside down, What do you think?
I found it challenging to start a new course - English from Ukrainian after finishing Ukrainian from English a year ago. It is a great way to repeat my knowledge plus I can learn new vocabulary.
So I repeat: Has anyone tried it? I And what do you think of it?
I learn a few languages at the moment and I consider to mix them all to review my knowledge that way. Has anybody tried it before? Russian, German, Italian, Spanish and French have a lot of option to mix up on Duolingo!
I am currently learning 8 languages. Most of them both to and from English (the reverse trees) and all the networks in between, such as German-French and French-German. Adds up to 21 different trees currently.. takes a bit of work each day, I usually do 1 strengthen + 1 lesson per tree. Take my time and enjoy the differences in each.
Yes. It is actually a given method. Then the next method is called laddering I believe. It's when you learn a different language from the language you just currently learned.
I was thinking about it too. To start German from Russian etc.
I love it. It is a great feature of Duolingo and THE way to learn more different words, sentences, idiom, and getting different grammar explanations in the "Tips and notes".
In eight different courses I am learning English, German and French (Dutch is my native language):
- English for Dutch speakers and the reverse tree
- German for English speakers and the reverse tree
- French for English speakers and the reverse tree
- French for German speakers and the reverse tree