https://www.duolingo.com/Alexander183999

any suggestions?

There's SO much to learn. Does anyone have any suggestions about how much of each thing I'm learning I should do a day? I mean, should I do all of one section like "phrases" or "alphabet", or should I just move on to the next section? I have been doing the same 5 sections OVER and OVER again. Is that a good Idea, or should I keep moving on? I hope my question is clear. If not, let me know.

11 months ago

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My personal rule of thumb adapted for the keyboard difficulties of Cyrillic would be moving on when I can get through several practice sessions with about three wrong and minimal hint usage.

11 months ago

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I've written some suggestions to your other thread as well, but here's some more. If you need help with the alphabet you can try memrise. That's where I learned it because I didn't know duolingo back then. https://www.memrise.com/course/1123052/russian-1/ Also on memrise there is a course that follows the duolingo tree and helps you with memorising vocabulary for each skill, many people use it together with duolingo (I've tried duolingo's Tiny Cards but for some reason I feel they don't help me as much). And it has audio from real native speakers: https://www.memrise.com/course/378212/duolingo-russian-full-audio/

11 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Alexander183999

thank you SO much for all your advice! :)

11 months ago
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