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Swedish Colours?

Hej!

I've noticed on the desktop version, that in a certain section there is a lot of information in tips and notes to help you.

But on colours there isn't any help whatsoever. Yet there are 2 or 3 different words for certain colours.

Are they going to add this or is it just that easy for colours?

Tack.

1 year ago

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Colors are adjectives. If you know how the adjectives work in Swedish you should be fine.

If a lesson doesn't have tips and notes it's most likely either a simple vocabulary lesson, or it has been explained elsewhere and it's just a specific topic.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/KlenovvySyrop

I don't know the Swedish part but, try reposting under Swedish. Aside from that I think that that's all you'll need, maybe they have one later one in the tree.

Lycka till

1 year ago

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I'll actually be adding lesson notes there in a while, but I don't know exactly when.

1 year ago

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Quite often you will only find information on conjugations in one or a few of the lessons (I assume the reason is that it would be quite annoying to read about a certain feature a 50th time). Though I notice that the skills you need to differentiate between gul, gula, gult etc. is actually taught later in the course (https://www.duolingo.com/skill/sv/Adjectives-1), rather than before. Not sure why, though I would assume that you will only need to know that gul/gula/gult means yellow etc. for the lesson on colours.

1 year ago

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The explanation about en, ett, plural is first briefly given in the Possessives skill which is before Colours. I assume the Colours skill doesn't cover definite vs indefinite adjectives so it's assumed the student will survive with the information given in Possessives until the Adjectives where a thorough explanation is provided.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/EvilMelon

That link doesn't work for me. Probably because I haven't gotten to that part yet. But you'd have thought they would teach it within the colours area.

1 year ago