The French tree is done! All 5 level!
Wow, it was a strange and amazing month. I never thought it was possible to get a strong a-level studying only on Duolingo :-)
That's amazing!!! Congratulations!!! I hope to do that with my Spanish tree either sometime this year or the beginning of next year!
bonjour jackey_sparrow. Oui, moi aussi, je parle anglais, ainsi que français. Une petite correction:
Elle parle anglais.
Plural: Elles parlent anglais. (parlent is plural)
félicitations à vous ! I'm aiming for the same goal! Although i'm still a little way off. Well done :)
Congratulations!!! I have a question. Why only 26 crowns? Crowns: 26/607 Anastasia913400 AnastasiaMOSCOW 67972 XP#13318 34 633#21651 Learning German from English Level 8 · 1590 XP 465/525 XP · 88% complete · 60 XP to next level Crowns: 26/607 4% complete · 444 sessions to L1 tree · 5 days to go Skills: 6/121+2 7% complete Lessons: 14/458+4 3% complete · 5 more days to go at your current pace2019-03-08 ! Lexemes: 72/2864+30 You discovered 3% of available words/lexemes ? Strength: 100%
How much french would you say you know? I've just started and I want to know if it really is worth it.
Hi)) well, I think I got good A2 (a few thousands words and all the basic grammar structures). I could not even read a short text in French before I started but now I am watching a TV show completely in French and also reading a book. I still feel troubles with listening (I need French subtitles) and I can´t talk. So, Duolingo wil give you really good basics))
Duo seems to be very good at getting the basic language structures. To go higher will require a lot of work using other materials. Get a good grammar book and work through that. Get a dictionary in the language you are learning (not a translation dictionary, a real one) and use that to look up words. Try to get away from translating. And watch a lot of higher level material for children who are learning the target language in their schools. There is a lot of children's literature in each language but getting it from the US can be difficult. Sometimes you have to go to a book site in the one of the countries that uses the language you are learning.
That a pretty good headstart. I'd say this will motivate others as an example the one who did... and non in a year or more ;3 have a good day, but any guess where to go next?(i just wonder). some ppl suggest to do reverse course fr->en i suppose. but with all L5 idk...
I am currently on the 3rd Harry Potter book in French, really enjoying the experience! At least with a Kindle you get some dictionary/translation features for words you really want to know...
You did the whole course to fives in one month! Wow, good on you!! Congratulations!
Super ! félicitations, ce n'est malheureusement pas une des langues les plus faciles, loin de là !