Dokončil jsem strom! I've finished the tree!❤
Thanks to the contributors for putting in all that hard work!
Many hugs, ❤
Congratulations. You were really fast. ;) Just a little correction. It is better to say "Dokončil jsem strom."
Dokončit means that the thing you wanted to do is done.
Skončit/Končit means either that you don't want to do it anymore (because you lost your interest) or you finished for now but it is not done yet and you will continue with it. (For example at your work when it is time to go home you stop the work but you continue the next day.)
Thanks for the correction. :)
I would advise you to learn a language slow and steady, otherwise you'll forget words more easily. I am on a 17 days streak and I'm far from completing the Polish tree and I'm level 9.
Anyways, congratulations on the pacy learning of Czech! Hope you get through the Guarani course!
Dĕkuji, Tatka. ❤
I don't know what it's about. I don't see any correlation between the sentences and it feels random. ╮(￣ω￣)╭
There is correlation between the sentences. But very unexpected. When you look at those sentences very carefully, (you have to use your knowledges) i think you will find out what is this lesson about. ;)
Congratulations! You have my great admiration. But, how is it possible? Do you have any Czech relatives? How could you do that so quicky? How long have you been studying Czech before? Can you give us some tips how to study languages effectively, please :-)
Thanks, Monika. ❤ I've been studying Polish for a while and that's what made the course go a lot smoother for me. I don't really have any technical advice for learning languages, but I think you have to find a method and pace that are comfortable and then keep repeating it so that you can get in the zone and start stepping it up to learn faster.
I'm going to complete the Guaraní tree next. :)
Thanks lordofthedeities. You can do it! ^ω^
Thank you! ^ω^
Well done! Czech is on my to-do list too, what did you think of the tree? Would you recommend it?
Thanks! :) The course is good but it's a little rough around the edges due to being new. I would recommend it.