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Good morning, i am learning english since 6 months on duolingo and now it seems like i have reach the edge. For a better assimilation and to make the speaking of the language fluent, i think it would be better to explain for every items how it is use and on which context.

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https://www.duolingo.com/LeZacky
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Yes you cannot really learn doing just Duolingo, even though it is a great tool. Try memrise, italki, glossika

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https://www.duolingo.com/AureeAYUFA

ok i will check

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https://www.duolingo.com/Naquada28
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Iam learning english FOR six months. (Juste une petite correction). Si tu veux utiliser le mot "since" tu peux dire: I am learning english since July 2017.

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https://www.duolingo.com/Luscinda
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I have been learning English for six months.

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thx

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https://www.duolingo.com/Denis896709

I've learnt english for six months

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https://www.duolingo.com/SmashCookie
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That tense is different, if you say learnt/learned it means you have already learnt everything. You could use study instead and more or less means the same as "I have been learning", ex. "I've studied English for 2 seconds and it's making me crazy"

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https://www.duolingo.com/SmashCookie
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I spotted other mistakes, I'm not sure if I can correct them all correctly but I'll give it a shot.

Reached the end edge doesn't sounds fitting To assimilate it better and speak it fluently ...to explain the use of each (thing/concept) in different contexts*

Je sais pas ce que tu veux dire avec contexte mais Il y a beaucoup de subtilités dans une langue, c'est difficile à spécifier, tu peux trouver quelques dans les "tips et notes". D'ailleurs on les apprends jour après jour.

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Have you looked at tiny cards for anything with English grammar? Also Duolingo is a tool, but it doesn't cover everything.

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The Eng-Fr has " Tips and Notes" , but the Fr-Eng does not.

I think they should add the " Tips and Notes " to the Fr-Eng side.

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