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Practising "weakest" words

Hi guys,

Just wondering how "weakest" words are determined? I've been seeing that "bread, chicken, and a tomato: sandwiches" sentence pop up in practise so many times that I'm starting to see it in my sleep. Not sure which parts of it can be classified as weak.

At least Duolingo graduated me up from "you are drinking my wine!" ;)

March 30, 2013



I would like to see a bit of transparency about how duolingo algorithms work.


I know some of my weak words but they don't show in the word list. I still get the "white cats drink water" way too often

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