Tinycard Decks for the Duolingo Esperanto Course
I have recreated the first lessons of the Duolingo Esperanto course in more modern the style of their other courses on Tinycards as can be seen here: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/users/duolingo The aim is to make a Tinycards supplement for the Esperanto course that feels like one of the official Duolingo language decks. This page will be updated with more skills.
They are meant to be used in tandem with the Duolingo course.
Please share with other Esperantists!
1 - Basics 1: https://tiny.cards/decks/f84002ce-50ba-4e8c-a8a2-5e100a0a6019
2 - Basics 2: https://tiny.cards/decks/9e0be55d-d938-4fec-8040-2e92d68f44e8
3 - Common Phrases: https://tiny.cards/decks/ec0f84f3-cbc9-4905-85a6-33ac410b0dc9
4 -Accusative: https://tiny.cards/decks/68ab5aaa-2b5d-43da-9e26-481976fb57f6
5 - Languages 1: https://tiny.cards/decks/89a86489-b5d8-4de7-a660-95a745ba5b3f
6 - Colors: https://tiny.cards/decks/e96cff95-4bae-4641-9ad6-c09e3dc32519
7 - Plurals: https://tiny.cards/decks/86ef0274-1c88-41fc-9a35-0032e30711e1
8 - Da/De: https://tiny.cards/decks/5fcd9324-a5c4-4498-bd86-cf310b81c8e1
9 - Animals: https://tiny.cards/decks/5d4d7eeb-4f37-4ff8-aceb-07c7d1293ec9
10 - Possessives: https://tiny.cards/decks/b5259770-22e8-4930-94c7-95f0b72b9634
11 - Countries and Nationalities: https://tiny.cards/decks/79c20ed7-2898-4db2-9c4c-dea6295d1d00
12 - Food: https://tiny.cards/decks/adedf8a3-15fe-4348-bdc9-85012be89a39
13 - Clothing: https://tiny.cards/decks/4bc91c85-475b-4dc2-9c88-ac6776ef556a
14 - Infinitive: https://tiny.cards/decks/8e6380bb-c867-49e3-a948-448fc66e8313
All the illustrations are Duolingo's, or closely based thereon
Thanks Ethan! To make my profile picture I used Inkscape, a vector program, and very closely followed Duolingo's design style. All of Duolingo's illustrations use very simple shapes and it's easy to create ones that look very similar.
I've look at that page quite a few times, yes. But for my profile I mostly just copied one of Duolingo's illustrations to make a "base", and then I made it look like my face. If you would like I could make one for you. Also, if you could share this with other Esperantists, that would be great.
In Basics 1, there is an error. You said "mi" is "me" when "mi" is "I." Good job though! Here is a follow.
Thanks for letting me know, if you see any other mistakes, let me know.
I'm curious as to why there are no audios , at least in the first two that I looked at.? As a komencanto I need not only to learn the word but also hear the pronunciation.
That is because Esperanto audio is not supported in Tinycards, so it is not currently possible to do that.
Thank you Redwolf1928 for your reply. Do you have any idea why this audio is not supported.?
I think mainly it is because Duolingo's voice for Esperanto is a recorded voice and not TTS (text-to-speech) and I don't know of any decent Esperanto TTS's. And besides that, I'm sure the Duolingo team is busy with a lot and has much higher priorities.
So far, for the first 4, all went well, except: ĉu in either the first or second basic became a "pain". Because I didn't write out the whole statement, it became a loop of sorts. Later, I figured I could have copied and that should have satisfied. The other thing is, in doing the Accustive, I didn't see any -n's. Did I miss something.?