Although I love all the new Spanish units added into Duolingo this week, I am miffed that my students cannot get to the lessons I had planned without passing several checkpoints. Since the previous lessons were set at a lower level, I hope that Duolingo will move them back to the level (i.e. prior to the first checkpoint, or the second checkpoint, etc., depending on the lesson) that they were at before. I see that the TinyCards lessons still correspond to the old Duolingo lessons, which is helpful. But I have already planned my entire semester based on the prior lessons being accessible at a lower level. Please reconsider this, Duolingo gurus!
Hello liz.gc! I hace been trying to find a Spanish Teacjer on Duoling for days! I would really love to attend to your classroom! You dont have to, but it would make me really happy, since im trying to learn Spanish to talk to my friends and family! Plelase consider this offer!
I answered "I have a test" and it marked it incorrect on 5 Sept 2019. I have reported it as incorrect.
I have no idea why I thought "examen" was "example." The two words do sound similar, though.
I have an issue with the sound, none comes out. Which leaves me to guess the answer.
I have a really hard time remembering how to spell everything right. I see a word and it clicks in my brain this word means this or that word means that but spelling words in Spanish is a whole different story.
Why does X have a hard sound like the English X in "examen" but soft sound in "México"?
Kind of bugs me that "test" isn't a valid translation for "examen." No one calls it an exam unless they are trying to be fancy.
To me, exam is more important than a test which is more important than a quiz. Midterms and finals I would call exams, while the ones in between would be test, and quizzes for participation.