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Are there plans to further expand upon existing sections?

skyehoppers
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I love Duolingo; it has taught me a lot, and far better than any other software I've tried. However, some areas, especially near the end of the tree, seem woefully incomplete. For example, the section on the Conditional is only one lesson long, and though the tense has twelve irregular verbs in Spanish, Duolingo covers only five of them. My question is, is the Spanish tree seen as a completed project? Will it ever be expanded beyond simply correcting reported errors? I hope so, because as great and as useful as the tree is, there is still quite a lot that it doesn't teach.

4 years ago

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Andro0
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A few months ago they added 2 new contributors to the eng-spn and spn-eng courses.. so they will for sure be adding/improving courses. I still think duolingo is young.. we have yet to see their full potential :)

E: seems they have added new contributors to all the phase 3 courses

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Robin_Lampert

I would like to see moreā€¦ perhaps an entire, more advanced, second tree? But you can also learn a great deal by translating in the immersion exercises.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/pleiadian_

No to your first question and Yes to your second one.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/DeronJohnson

This is great! Hopefully by time I get there it will be that much more practice!

4 years ago