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High Valyrian Graduated from Beta!


Congratulations to the course contributors, moderators, and all the other volunteers, on the course graduating! I wonder what will be next for High Valyrian? Congratulations once again! You earned it!

August 15, 2017



Hopefully we'll get the 2nd part of the tree next! :D


But we don't know when, cause, as far as I know, High Valyrian was released 3 or 2 days before the 7th season of GOT, and, if we apply the same logic, then we would have the second part of the tree in 2018 or 2019.


That's true. I think we'll have to wait and see what the plan is. Maybe in the next status update we'll get more information about the next part of the tree coming out, and maybe audio getting released? At least we should be getting a mobile release soon now that it's out of beta.


Yayyyy! Kirimvose to all!!! so we should expect an increase on the total tree? what does this means to us?


Maybe we will eventually, but I doubt anytime soon. I think the next plan is to release on mobile, and maybe add audio, but I think we'll just have to wait for a status update to find out what the plan is.


If a course can now graduate from beta without any audio, the very concept of graduating from beta has lost a great deal of value. Audio is a central part of why Duolingo is effective as a learning method. 'Graduation from beta' is supposed to mark out a course as a finished product; a course without audio is like a house without a roof.


Have they mentioned anything at all about audio yet? It's disappointing that there seem to be no plans. Not explaining it isn't great because a lot of users have assumed that it will some day be included.


There has been no mention of it in the incubator updates; elsewhere, I do not know. Dedalvs rarely seems to post on these forums.


Yeah, trying to imagine how it is pronounce is not easy. I know there are videos that explain each letter and words but it's much more practical when it is spoken directly when practicing on Duolingo.


I just hope we get audio soon. That would be awesome. I know there is a pronunciation guide, but I have always found it rather hard to go by text only, when trying to pronunce words in a new language ^^. I guess we will have to wait and see. But at least I'm a super excited book lover so far :D

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