I am really enjoying Indonesian
Yes, I took a week break from using duolingo with spanish and began to focus on my Indonesian. I am really enjoying the course and the language. The grammar is not difficult although it is different, the spelling is not bad, and I am liking how many useful words the course teaches you. Yes, I am enjoying myself.
How about you? What is your opinion?
I'm finding it a lot of fun as well. In the past I've studied French, Russian, German, and Hindi. I don't know if it's the language itself or the way Duolingo teaches it, but it's really sticking well in my brain. And now I want a t-shirt that says "I want an orange, I eat an orange"
Oh my goodness, isn't it just! It's such an easy language.
I mean it's still strange & i need to focus. But when i'm done bashing my head on Mandarin it's such a relief to switch to this. It uses latin script.
It sounds exotic & at the same time familiar to me. Because The Netherlands colonised Oost-Indië, i know some words already. There is quite a large minority here. So for me this language is not only relevant for travel, but history as well.
I absolutely love it.
As a native, the course is definitely luar biasa! It's well done with only 69 skills, with okay explanations to beginners (both at tips and notes, and the discussion forum).
There's room for improvement but it is amazing to see how good it is - and it's still in beta. For all of you who learns Indonesian, selamat berjuang!
The english translations are not good in many places. I am not certain on the indo side but it doesn't give much confidence. The vocab is too limited and excersizes too easy.
Let me correct your english.
For all of you who learns Indonesian
For all of you learning Indonesian.
For all you learning Indonesian
For all of you who are learning Indonesian
Tense is a hard thing for Indonesians! Please don't take offence. Aku harap dibetulkan juga. Selemat harinya.
I'm absolutely loving it so far. What I love about the sound of Indonesian is how it reminds me of Sanskrit or some other ancient Indo-Aryan language like Pali. Not sure why, but it gives off those majestic ancient language vibes to me, and I can't get enough of it! Also, it's absolutely fascinating to research Indonesia's geography, history, etc. I look forward to studying it more.