[WIU] Weekly Incubator Update: 2017, Week 31.
Note: Data retrieved on 2017/08/06 at 07:21 (UTC).
I. Phase 1 Courses
- Exits (Courses reaching BETA Phase): None.
- Entries (Courses entering the Incubator): None.
I.B. Completion Summary
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(A) This week's value automatically generated from Duolingo's statistics.
(S) This week's value self-reported by the team of volunteers working on the course.
II. Latest News from Course Volunteers (All Phases)
Course "English from Tamil" (Phase 1)
Hello! | வணக்கம்!
Hello! I am goosefield. I’m a new member of the English for Tamil team. My native languages are T...
Course "Korean from English" (Phase 1)
as of 2017-08-04, the Korean for English speakers course is 96 percent comp...
Course "Czech from English" (Phase 1)
By nueby on 2017/08/02
Course "English from Punjabi (Gurmukhi)" (Phase 1)
20% Completion of Course
We have officially completed twenty percent of this course. The progress bars should update soon ...
Course "Esperanto from Portuguese" (Phase 1)
As últimas semanas foram de intensa conversa entre os membros da equipe. Agora, com 4 pessoas, re...
Course "High Valyrian from English" (Phase 2)
Kirimvose to everyone who has participated thus far in the initial beta release of the High Val...
III. Previous Weekly Incubator Updates
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German team actually solved it very well. The tree seems extremely long, but the skills have reasonable number of lessons, which doesn't apply for other courses. It's so long just at first glance. And about Czech tree. You can be sure, it will be hard, I'm Czech native speaker, so I know what I'm talking about :) (and even after finishing the tree it will pretty hard to understand spoken Czech, because it differs a lot from the literal one :))
I'm Czech native speaker, so I know what I'm talking about
No offence but I don't think a native speaker can properly judge the difficulty of their language. I'm yet to hear a native speaker of any language say theirs is easy, probably because they often learn about more advanced stuff than most L2 speakers ever will. Still, Czech does have a reputation of being somewhere between Spanish and Japanese in terms of difficulty.
And let's not forget that difficulty is not an absolute value, it varies a lot depending on the learner's native language (or other known languages). So we might claim it's terribly difficult, but I bet that e.g. Polish speakers will find it easier than many other languages.
I am excited in courses for English speakers in the future !
Can't Wait For Korean!!!
A little disappointing that it's coming on mobile first (like Japanese) and it may take an indefinite amount of time 'til it comes out on the web (like Japanese) but, we gotta keep open minds and be optimistic! ^̮^
GO KOREAN!!!!!!!!!!!!..................................................................... + GO CZECH!