Another cool way to learn Espanol
Hey ya'll, Lately, I've been setting the language on my apps and games to Spanish. It is especially great to do with word games or even hangman because it doesn't use any English. It's been great practice so far and I'm learning so many new words!
Siri is that ever-so-helpful aide available on Apple products. (You'll find Alexa doing a similar job on PCs.)
Unlike the bots that have disappeared from Duo with their prepackaged scripts, Siri and Alexa can find information, tell a joke, and follow simple commands, "What's the traffic like this morning?" gets me a faster response than opening a traffic app, scrolling through the dozens of options, and still not getting a good estimate of when I might arrive at work.
Greetings - sorry to bring this question to this forum but I have to start somewhere, since I'm getting nowhere with Duolingo ... no way to communicate, no place to get an answer to a question, and Duolingo won't even let me start a discussion of my own to ask my question, which is: Where are the "lessons" on Duolingo? So far I've only been directed to the question/answer quizzes, but where are the lessons that lead up to these? Thanks and I apologize again for butting in!
Thank you for your reply! My home page has what I suppose could be a "tree" although it isn;t called that - it's headed "Spanish Skills" and then a long list of Q&A quizzes ... is that what you mean? I can't find any kind of explanation of this anywhere. I guess my question becomes "who do I contact for an explanation as to how this whole thing works?" ... sorry to bother you with this, and if you could point me in the right direction I'll be most grateful! Thanks!