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Have you ever tried to reverse your course after reaching the golden tree?

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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?

1 year ago

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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!

1 year ago

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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.

1 year ago

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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.

1 year ago

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I was thinking about it too. To start German from Russian etc.

1 year ago

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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):

  1. English for Dutch speakers and the reverse tree
  2. German for English speakers and the reverse tree
  3. French for English speakers and the reverse tree
  4. French for German speakers and the reverse tree
1 year ago