Would it be bad if I didnt do duolingo on the weekends?
If you want to keep your streak, that might be a problem. But if you just want to practice for the sake of it, it's fine not to do it on weekends. Rome wasn't built in a day, after all. It takes a while to build up a language.
thanks lily flower. i like how you said "Rome wasn't built in a day, after all."
No. Doing or not doing Duolingo isn't a moral issue. It's not bad or good. Not doing lessons on the weekend might hold back your learning, however.
you know i just really want to thank duolingo for everything. you people have made me feel so welcomed
You'd probably forget some of what you learned, depending on what you do during the weekend. But you can just do some practice and eventually get it back.
oh ok. thanks. the only reason why i cant do it on weekend is because i dont have access to tech @ home. i relly hope people dont think less of me for that
Why would we think less of you? Anyone who does that does not have an opinion that should matter to you.
It's your life, and you live it in the best way you know how. Someone else may think a different way is "better" but they never know all of your inputs/contraints/reasons.
Listen to advice, think about it, use what is useful but don't feel compelled to follow it.
As much practice as you can do is the best for you ;o)
Good luck and enjoy the ride!
I can't reply directly to either of your posts above...namely: "What?" and "I'm not on level 6 yet", so:
croeso - you're welcome in Welsh
prego - you're welcome in Italian
I haven't done it on weekends since I started here almost a month ago. Either I haven't had time or I was busy. So no, its not bad at all
Thanks! Its a combination of the names of two of my favorite bands. I have quite a few favorite bands, but duo would only let me use so many letters lol
I don't believe it would be that bad. You're still studying for the majority of the week. Even public schools give kids the weekends off :)
of course you can! You don't need to ask that because it is an honour to be followed!
I never to duo on weekends... I probably am not quite as awesome as I could be, but I try hard when I do do duo, and that's all that matters.
And I am not to concerned on keeping a streak... so I personally think it's OK;)
hi my name is Raegan!! I like your profile pic! do you want to fallow each other? :^)
You technically don't need to ask somebody to follow them... But I love considerate people! And it's nice to ask, in my opinion.
I think it can be even useful since your thoughts settle down a little bit and you might not make common mistakes from last week when you start learning again next week.
If you want to keep a streak,you probably want to do it on weekends.
Everyone has a different schedule. I would say take a day (or two) off every week if your schedule is busy (or if you have some spiritual or emotional reason to do so).
I tend to do duolingo everyday (missing the occasional day when I'm really busy), but I like doing it and it helps keep me motivated. If you can keep it up without doing it on the weekends, that's cool too.
If you want a streak you may have to do it every day...... but besides that, it would be fine!! It is important to keep a balance in what you do. You only live once, enjoy it :) #YOLO
"bad" does not come into it, it's just that the streak really motivates you to sit down and study every day. You won't have that to keep your motivation going long term. However, it is not impossible to learn at a different pace... Good luck with your studies!
NO, YOU MUST DO IT ALL THE TIME!!! Just kidding. I rarely get to it on Sunday or Saturday, what with Church, fitness classes with Mom, choir, and all that jazz. Sometimes I don't even get to it on weekdays! I'm so lazy, and just want to sit around and watch Studio C (hilarious comedy, by the way). Or else I'm too excited for something else that day. (Shrugs) (I'm kind of ADHD, soooo...) Anyway! SPQR, my friends! Ciao! Warriorg315
Learning might be slower, and you will never have a long streak. But so what?