Russian skill tree...Completed
I just completed the Russian tree! GOLDEN OWL!!! I am insanely proud of myself and now I am either going to try to get level 5 on all skills or reach level 25 on Russian. Or both. (Probably both.) I might try Spanish or another language I had selected for myself before I had completed Russian. Or maybe another language from Russian (Spanish or German, maybe?):) It is the first course I have ever completed on Duo so now like I said before I am probably going to try to master Russian before moving on to Spanish or something like that. I'm also going to need more lingots if I'm going to master Russian or Spanish because I can't learn new skills if I keep dying! It would be greatly appreciated if I could get some more lingots. My options after I master Russian are: Spanish, German, Klingon, or Japanese. Does anyone have any advice or opinions? If so, please leave it in the comments section below, and it will be greatly appreciated! Thank you very much!
Молодец, так держать! Попробуй кратко описать свой путь в изучении русского на русском. Какие возникли трудности? Что давалось легко? Не переживай из-за ошибок, с удовольствием поправим, если необходимо!
How is your Russian now that you've finished the tree? Can you read articles? Books? I'm learning it too.
Watch with russian subtitles (if you would like to learn russian language). English subtitles won't help learn Russian
Молодец. Теперь пора проверять и улучшать знания в общении. Дуо не научит понимать предложение: Сидели, курили, решили послать сходить купить выпить ;)
Nice! Can I ask how is your Russian now after completing the tree? can you understand articles, movies or can you speak easily?
Умничка! Ты большой молодец! Труд всегда окупается))
Теперь надо общаться с носителями)
congratulations! i would say do spanish next, the romance languages are all beautiful
If you'll choose Klingon, you need to know - it has no sound. And welcome to Russia :) use your knowledge !
Очень хорошо!!! И теперь я желаю тебе дальнейших успехов в изучении русского языка! :-)
I discovered a method recently that works for me. Do a practice lesson for +1 health, repeat until you can get up to 5 health, then you can try to advance with a full health bar, no lingots necessary.
I managed to get ahead of my lingot costs this way. Using this new way, I only spend lingots when I am close to finishing a lesson and just want to finish it. Otherwise, I'll gladly exit a losing lesson and practice my way up to full health before trying again.
I actually...don't know why I put Klingon as an option. I don't even watch the movie. I just saw it as an opportunity to learn a new language and I thought it might be cool to learn. But thanks for all the good advice, guys!
I mean no pronounce and no listening in this course :) You can find that in other places. The grammar is interesting - that's why I add it too. PS I'm not a guy, I'm a woman
Try mastering Russian with your learning language as some language other than English; if you are a serious linguist, native speaker or language learner then you know why I say this; or even better try learning Spanish, German, French, Swedish or Densk (Danish) from the Russian that you (believe) you just mastered...Challenge!!!
Well, on duolingo there are not many courses in russian only English, German, French and Spanish. And they are incubating only Swedish at the moment. But I can say that after Russian it would be easier to learn any other Slavic language. Here we have Czech, Polish and Ukrainian and it would be easier to start from Ukrainian, then Polish and in the end Czech. And I hope there will be Serbian or Croatian once... BTW, LMSU is not ЛМГУ but МГУ or МГУ им. М.В. Ломоносова.
I know; I just like using ЛМГУ because of school pride (our family is very closely related to the Lomonosov name and history); I like the technical/legal aspect of using the name Lomonosov Moscow State University, plus communicating this aspect to Americans in the American mentality...because most don't understand the Russian concept of МГУ им. М.В. Ломоносова when you translate it into English.