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"Dúo enseña español muy bien."

Translation:Duo teaches Spanish very well.

March 3, 2018



The self promotion is getting a little out of hand in this module.


Tooting your own horn, i see.


Hooting your own horn, no?


Yes Duo, thank you! I am very grateful for the volunteers who make this program work! I have learned so much over the past year.


I am with you Rebecca! Duo is a great program, in my opinion too. The moderators are excellent. I spend most of my time on French but it is remarkable to me that such a program is available for free. A lot of hard work goes on behind the scenes in order for us to be able to use this program. Have a lingot!


I agree Rebecca. Duolingo is a fabulous platform that allows me access to a new language but the teaching is entirely down to the wonderful people in these message boards who take the time to answer, in detail and with further external links, all of the questions I have. So to you all, I salute you...


Yes Duo does! Thank you Duo


¿Cómo se dice "to pat oneself on the back" en español?


Dúo enseña español okey dokey


Hmmm...This sounds like advertising...


Well said, Duo.


Dúo teaches languages a lot better than many other sources


Gracias mi amigo piqueño... numero uno maestro.


No offense but this source may be slightly biased...


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    Reminds me of the song in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: He's modest, clever, and so smart, He barely can restrain it. With so much generosity, There is no way to contain it To contain it, to contain, to contain, to contain.

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      Gotta love sentences like these


      Gracias duo! Yo amo a duo mucho ❤


      i feel like i'm being indoctrinated and tbh i'm fine with that :,))


      I see our Duo isn't above a spot of shameless self promotion.


      Play the meme "are you sure about that?"


      Muchas Gracias Duo!!


      And if you don't do your Spanish lessons...

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        Not really, quicker response to inaccuracies would help.


        Very impressed with yourself, aren't you, Duo.


        Toot! Toot! Toot! <3


        Will i get this on duo premium?


        Propaganda, and not completely true


        On the third try, I finally remembered that it was talking about Duo. I heard 'tu' and replayed it several times to try to figure out the sloppy conjugation. 'Duo' is not a name. Messes me up every time.


        That's true, Duo :))


        Haha thanks Duo


        Yo comprendo Duo... Muchas gracias para esta clases


        Sí, por supuesto! :-v


        Does it really?


        Fun fact: if you get this question incorrect Dúo finds your house and murders your first born.


        If only that was true.


        Obviously not true


        Look, i already know enough emotionally needy people in real life. I don't want to have to stroke an app's ego as well.


        Woah whoever's giving lingots to everyone must be loaded :O


        "Dúo ensaña español muy bien". Duo teaches Spanish very well.

        I'd be very grateful to anyone able to help with understanding direct and indirect object pronouns along with where these are located in different types of Spanish sentences.

        How would this sentence change if we wanted to say, "Duo teaches us Spanish very well"? Where would we place "us", would we place an "a" before the pronoun, and would we use the word "nos" or "nosotros"? Also, am I correct that "Spanish" is the DO while "us" would be the IO?


        Why is it okay for "muy bien" to be placed at the end of this sentence? I thought adverbs needed to be placed next to the verbs they modify in Spanish? Wouldn't placing "muy bien" after "español" instead convey, "Duo teaches very good Spanish"? A similar exercise wouldn't allow "español" to be placed after "hijo" since doing so turns "español" into an adjective modifying "son" rather than communicating "They are teaching my son Spanish". It was necessary to using "They are teaching Spanish to my son" wording in the Spanish translation in order to prevent confusion. Why not here?


        Estoy de acuerdo


        I get confused when to use bien or buenos. Can someone please explain


        I've struggled with this a lot too, so I looked this up again to be on the safe side.

        My understanding is that "bien" is an adverb that translates into "well" and is used to describe an action. And "bueno/a" is an adjective that translates into "good" and is used to describe something. "Buenos/as" is just the plural form of the adjective used to refer to a plural noun (since adjectives need to match the gender and and number of the noun being described).

        So a couple of examples: 1) Escribes muy bien (You write very well) and 2) La comida está muy buena (The food is very good)

        As for "mucho" and "muy", I'm still working on this one, so any help would be very much appreciated! I know that mucho can work both as an adjective and an adverb, and I think I understand its use as an adjective. But I don't yet understand when to use "mucho" instead of "muy" when the adverb is needed.


        Thanks for your answer Julie. It really helped. As for mucho and muy, I think of it the following way. If you were to say something is VERY good, then very translates as MUY. But if you think of the sentence as translating to A LOT then you use "MUCHO"


        Thanks! That makes sense.


        Not so much at this level. Sorry guys, I am seeing a rash of quality issues, such as a lack of clarity and wrong hints. I understand it is a difficult project, but that is no excuse.


        Be careful, forgot the accent on the second "n" in ensena and Duo bit me


        Duo is the best app ever made.


        10:4, though it doesn't even the score. Good will usage of data analytics; learning this and yet I know more. Inequity is the monster that has kept me poor.


        Strongly agree!


        This is incorrect. It's supposed to say "Dúo NO enseña español muy bien." Reported.


        Why are you at this level if you don't like Duolingo?


        You look skeptical :/


        A lot of this people in this comment section are truly ungrateful and it's disgusting


        I love this comment


        Rage inducing, but yes, very well indeed.


        Or the best one that doesn't immediately charge me money.


        Uh huh. Very smooth.


        That's his own opinion.


        Duo are you sending me subliminal messages


        this is debatable


        Well, well, well... I agree with Duo. But judging by the angry comments there are a lot of people using Duo who dislike it so much at the same time... If I didn't like Duo, but went on using it, I would refrain from such a comments for Duo teaches me for free and really owes me nothing! Thanks a lot Duo! You really are the best!


        Why is duo lingo so happy to log me out or conclude I have finished with my sentence,or have just decided to give up mid sentence?? or in the middle of my lesson, it really should be able to figure out I do have hit a wrong key and to not wish to log out in the middle of doing a sentence !!!! Error on my part, not very helpful on Duo lingos part for me. It does not have to prevent me from cheating or whatever it thinks, these are my lessons to learn. This is not an exam, but a lesson.


        Sounds like this Duo fella is givin you some problems, jus' le'me know an' i'll make sho' he'll cut you some slack


        Ha ha ;) I do feel it should be made clear it is Mexican Spanish not European Spanish.

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          Well, I dunno. I understand a little now, but the pace is so fast that I have started drowning in my Spanish course, and now I understand, well... poop.


          I don't understand. It is completely self-paced on my end. Is it not this way for everyone? I do a lot of reviewing of past lessons to make sure I'm not forgetting too much as I take in new information. And I've found the stories are teaching me a lot too. I am learning a lot through trial & error, through research, and through asking questions in here. I've also discovered several helpful websites. Most instructors wouldn't suggest using a format like Duolingo by itself. It is best used as either the first stage of learning or along-side other methods.


          Sometimes Duo has an accent in your sentence and sometimes it doesn't. You need to check that All "Duos" have an accent.


          Absurd. It isn't even true. Some of the speakers are very difficult to understand even slowly.


          I agree. The speaking part could improve. However I am learning enough that I can anticipate the phrase sometimes. I suppose that might be the plan or Duo just needs a better AI program.

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