Which languages do you wish Duolingo covered?
Personally, I'd love to see Arabic available for English speakers.
Throw in some Ancient Greek and most of my bases are covered for language learning. If I can have my cake and eat it too, I'd want separate Greek courses for Attic and Koine Greek, as well as a Biblical Hebrew course. :)
Mandarin Chinese for English speakers I have a friend named Winnie (Wynne In Mandarin) and I generally have to use context clues and gestures to understand what she is saying. I hope they do add it so I can learn the language. :)
They're working on Mandarin: https://incubator.duolingo.com/courses/zh-CN/en/status
They're planning to add Arabic.
But I wish they had Latin, Taiwanese, ASL, Catalan, and Guarani.
Arabic, Croatian & Thai for English speakers are the ones i'd really like to see! Also, Mandarin for Vietnamese speakers would be awesome :)
hieroglyphics. i already know some because I'm a huge Percy Jackson fan which led to the Kane Chronicles, so I got out a book on how to draw them, so now I know the alphabet pretty well, but I'd love to expand my knowledge.
I'm thinking about reading the Percy Jackson books in Spanish. I haven't read them in English but they have good ratings on GoodReads.
Do you know if they increase slightly in difficulty between books 1-5? Sort of like how Harry Potter begins at B1 then ends at B2 by book 7.
While much debate has been had when this topic occasionally comes up, whether it would be a good idea or not to add such things...hieroglyphics is not, strictly speaking, a language. It is merely a pictographic system to represent language. This would be -sort of- like saying "I want a course on the English alphabet". ...of course, courses on Duolingo using non-Latin scripts #do# tend to have lessons on the writing system, it is only to then lead to lessons on the language...There's not really a language that learning hieroglyphics would lead to...at least, not that wouldn't be better served by whatever script is actually in use.
I want Kabardian, Kazakh, Ossetic, and most of the Turkic languages, specifically Uzbek, Azeri, Chuvash, Turkmen, Tatar, Uyghur and maybe Kyrgyz.