List of Vocabularies for Language Courses of Duolingo
For English speakers:
|Esperanto||44 skills, 62 skills||915|
|French||78 skills, 96 skills, 156 skills||147|
|High Valyrian||38 skills||948|
|Japanese||40 skills, 92 skills||946|
|Spanish||61 skills, 113 skills, 159 skills||002|
For Russian speakers:
For German speakers:
- The Most Popular Sentences and Comments of The Esperanto Course
- The Most Popular Sentences and Comments of the German Course
- The Most Popular Users of the German Course
- The Most Popular Sentences and Comments of The Russian Course
- The Most Popular Users of the Russian Course
- The Most Popular Sentences and Comments of the Spanish Course
- The Most Popular Users of the Spanish Course
Last update: 2019-06-07
I have realized that I was being ignorant. I didn't even click on the links.
I should have at least clicked on the links. I thought that FieryCat was just mentioning the courses.
Just wanted to say I am sorry.
I am sure this is going to get a lot of downvotes (my comment), but I upvoted your post, realizing what it really was, and how useful it is.
I am glad that there is no misunderstanding between us.
My first post (English course for Russian speakers) was written by me almost four years ago, and then I did not think that in the future I would make so many such posts. They became hard to maintain. That is why I made this post, which all these posts (from English) referrer to.
This is very helpful, I like that everything is all in one neat place. Thank-you!
FieryCat, thank you for creating this post. Lingots in appreciation. :)
I'm also going to "Follow" it so I can use the information in the future ...and an early congratulations for tomorrow's big number. :)
Great list, I am bummed that the Indonesian course isn't there though :( Still..really helpful!!!!
The Indonesian course is in beta, isn't it? I tend not to create word lists for such courses, but I can.
@Fiery Cat, oh yeah it is, maybe when it gets out of beta you can make one!
Thank you FieryCat, I appreciate your effort too, I have just found the duolingo English from Russian forum through this list too (without having to start the reverse tree to open it up).
You can add any forums from there even if you are not studying the language :)
... but only for the language you are currently learning from.
Looking back at the list. Ooops - yes, you are right. For some reason I forgot that.
Thank you for posting this; this is super helpful! Following the discussion for later reference! Also, congrats for tomorrow's amazing streak!!! (and today's, haha!)
Thank you so much. This is very helpful. I will save it for future reference. Congratulations for your amazing 1500 streak!
Wow this is exactly what I am looking for! Thank you! Is there a chance you will add Portuguese as well?
Please excuse me if this is a dumb question. I looked at the vocab list for Spanish. Why doesn't the list follow the topics according to the tree? They don't match in any way (order or name). Thx!
Maybe you have a different tree. My Spanish from English has 61 skills. How many skills does your tree have?
I didn't know where to find the number of skills on DL, so I looked on DuoMe and it shows I have 71/113 skills. Isn't the tree the same fir everyone?
Hello, thanks a lot. I have the old French tree. Can anyone tell me how to get the new one? Thanks!
Hello. You're welcome.
Can anyone tell me how to get the new one?
Just wait, nothing more.
Thanks for the information! How did you write "Note:" in red?
You can try VPN or TOR to get access to these links.
Tor should not be written in all capital letters. https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#WhyCalledTor
Tor should not be written in all capital letters.
Thank you, I fixed it.
How did you write "Note:" in red?
Thanks for doing this.
I'm interested in the technical information of how you gathered this. I know that http://duolingo.com/users/ returns a large JSON with the current sate of a tree for a specific user but that isn't enough to gather all this information unless you have a set of 5 user: User 1: New user User 2: Level 0 completed on each skill User 3: Level 1 completed on each skill User 4: Level 2 completed on each skill User 5: Level 3 completed on each skill
Is there a better way to collect the information about all skill levels?
No need to pass each level in each skill to find out the number of lessons for all the levels. It is enough to know the level of a skill and the number of the lessons for this level. Have a look at this comment: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/29358732$comment_id=29365470
And I do not use https://duolingo.com/users/ here, that is a very old API.
There is no official documentation that I am aware of. As for the unofficial documentation, it is outdated or not comprehensive. I saw something on github.com
I use my own library that has been written in Lua, periodically update it by watching browser console and reading the JS of the site.
Thank you so much!!! I bookmarked this page so ill be sure to come back!
Also for the French why does it not go in order?Like basics and then greetings and so on??
Here is your course with 156 skills: Vocab per Skill Unit for the French / EN Course (156 skills)
Because you have a different tree with 156 skills.
I am going to add it soon.
The newest spanish tree is here: Vocab per Skill Unit for the Spanish / EN Course (159 skills)
Thanks for your suggestion, but my tool must send about 160 requests to the server to get all the information about the new Spanish tree. I'm going to make the list within a couple of days.