Co po Duolingo? What after Duolingo? (+podcast)
Cześć! Jak leci?
Do you already know what you do when you finish Duolingo? Are you going to continue learning Polish or it was just a meaningless affair ? ;)
I know a lot of you love Duolingo for it's gaming factor but unfortunately everything good ends quickly (Wszystko co dobre, szybko się kończy :) )
If you like interactive exercises and you are looking for more, visit my website www.polskidaily.eu. I upload new exercises almost every day there. You can improve your Polish with grammar, vocabulary, listening, reading and other exercises there.
Moreover, I record free podcasts for Beginners and also Intermediate and Advanced students of Polish. If you like learning Polish in the gym, doing the dishes or just walking - podcasts could be a nice boost for you! Here is the link: www.polskidaily.eu/category/podcasts
If you like the resource (or you don't and you want to let me know), mail me with your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org. I am also ready to help you with your Polish so don't hesitate to mail me there:)
Pozdrawiam serdecznie, Paulina
I love this complicate language,so of course i will continue to learn it even outside Duolingo.
For now my goal is to reach level 25 on Duolingo and i am still far away from it.
I see you are studying many many languages on Duolingo! Do you also study Polish apart of this platform? (Good luck with your goal! Powodzenia!)
At the moment I focus mostly on Polish and Italian on Duolingo.
Well,I am still beginner in Polish and I now mostly use Duolingo.Later I will try other resources.
Wielkie dzięki :)
I like Memrise but I got bored with it after learning Spanish with it. I believe our brains need variety of resources, different techniques. The input should be fresh so we don't kill our motivation and learning skills with boredom :) Thank you for commenting!
Indeed! That's the problem with flashcard apps. You don't focus on them, you don't stick them to your memory. "Raw" words are just stored somewhere in a chaotic way and if you are lucky you can find them when you need. It's like with a lost sock in a drawe full of single socks. You may be lucky but not always. Anyway, nowadays I use rather Memory Palace method with a notebook and I write plenty of sentences with the word I want to use. The sentences must be relevant to me, about my life or something interesting because if they aren't no need to memorize them. Although because of Duolingo I know how to say 'turtle" in at least 6 languages :D