pos. pronouns linked in level to nom. pronouns
In the German course I appear to be 'leveling' both these subjects at the same time, which is obviously unintended. For example, before ever learning one lesson in nominative pronouns, I became level two in that subject only through learning possesive pronouns. Whenever I now complete a single lesson in either of the subjects, both are bumped up at the same time.
Hoping for this to be fixed, as this means I've completely missed out on entire lessons for both these subjects.
It's been reported already, but you actually didn't miss out on anything. You can still do the lessons in the connected skill, even if it's crown level 5.
If the Possessive Pronouns and Nominative Pronouns skills are not crown level 5 yet, I advise to alternate between each skill every 2 lessons. In those two skills the words repeat every two lessons, since it had two lessons in the pre-crowns version.
If it helps, here's my notes on those two skills:
--- Pos. Pron.: Possessive Pronouns ---
- mein : my (nom: mein, meine)
- dein : your (nom: dein, deine)
- sein : his (nom: sein, seine)
- ihr : her/their (nom: ihr, ihre)
- unser: our (nom: unser, unsere)
- euer : your(pl) (nom: euer, eure)
- Ihr : your(formal) (nom: Ihr, Ihre)
--- Nom. Pron.: Nominative Pronouns ---
- beide(n) - both
- dieser - this (nom: dieser, dieses, diese)
- dies - this/these
- (dies sind) - these are
- jedes - every (nom: jeder, jedes, jede)
- (jeder ist) - everyone is
- manche - some (countable)
- viele - many (countable)
- alle - all, everyone
alles - everything
viel - a lot, much (uncountable)
- niemand - nobody, no one
- jemand - somebody, someone
- etwas - some (uncountable), something, somewhat
- das Paar, die Paare - couple, pair
- (ein paar) - a few
I found the lesson, but still I think the term "nominative pronouns" to be wrong. The words in the section are "demonstrative pronouns" (this, that ...) and "indefinite pronouns" (every, all, none, nobody ...). The term "nominative pronouns" does not exist. It is sometimes used to refer to "personal pronouns in the nominative case", but this is not the topic of that lesson.