Help new people learn!
I am new to Duolingo and I don't understand how to use it can you help me please???
Could you relocate this discussion in the “Troubleshooting" forum? Which is the place meant for such discussion. Thx!
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welp the circles with pics on them are called language trees. as soon as you complete a lesson on your tree it will turn gold, and once all of them are gold, you're done! Fluency isn't very reliable (as it has a tendency to gain or lose percents) so don't rely on that too much; it's not accurate. A great way to help learn your language is to (i recommend this to a lot of people) watch french movies on netflix!! Just change your language setting. but be warned! as helpful as this is to listen to fluent people speak, you'll be thinking with a french accent for a while afterwards lol
Just a small correction, I hope you don't mind. :)
The entire language course is called the tree. The circles with the pics on them are called skills. Inside of the skills are lessons. The tree doesn't have to be gold to complete the course. But, keeping the skills gold will mean that you've done a lot of review and are more likely to remember what you've learned for longer. :)
Hello! Here's how to use DuoLingo: Select a language to learn. Each day, earn 10-50 XP (or more, like my 250's) by completing lessons. To practice a lesson, click on it and do all of the sections inside it. Make sure to re-practice to maintain gold, or do lessons further down in your 'Tree', because it will help you review basic words too! Try to maintain a good streak, and practice overdue words. Do extra practice to strengthen skills on TinyCards. Well, just do lessons, earn XP, and help others, and you'll be learning a new language anytime soon. Good luck learning French!