https://www.duolingo.com/thEmberBlade

Why is there still no word tab ? (and looking for a word list) - from a fellow Japanese student

Hi everyone, I'm trying to learn Japanese for my trip to Japan in the summer and I don't only want to learn phrases in order to speak but I am also interested in the language itself.

If there is, by any chance, anyone out there who has got the vocab from Duolingo's Japanese course, I would be very thankful for a link or sth similar.

Thanks in advance, thEmberBlade

1 week ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/hardrockhamster
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try visiting duome.eu/thEmberBlade and click on the learning language, you'll find three sections: skills, words and tips and notes

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/J_J_max
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You can also put /progress at the end and access it that way as well.

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/thEmberBlade

Thank you so much, that was exactly what I needed ^_^

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Shadowtail117

There isn't a dedicated words tab like some other courses offer, but what you can do is go to Labs, scroll down, and click on Dictionary. You can type in a term in either English or Japanese and it will show it in the other language for you.

1 week ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JapFan3

An alternative way to see the words are through these helpful userscripts that require a browser that can install the TamperMonkey/GreaseMonkey extension, which is just about all desktop ones, and I believe Firefox for Android.

This brings back the wordlist tab: https://github.com/MiriamOe/DuoWords

But I think this is even better for a per/lesson view,install Skill Vocabulary Viewer: https://github.com/x-inkfish-x/DuolingoUserscripts

It adds a "W" circle next to a lesson and you click it and the vocabl list and meanings drop down, you can also click the words and it will look them up in DuoLingo Ja dictionary and allow you to click the play button and hear what they sound like.

1 week ago
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