Is there a list of words/translations for each lesson?
I'm trying to learn Welsh but I'm getting overwhelmed by the many different ways to say words. I was going to make flash cards but I'm so far in I can't possibly remember every word I've learned. Aside from practicing old lessons over and over and hoping I see every word again, is there any way to pull up a list of new words learned in each subject?
When I started learning Hungarian I was told it was like eating an elephant - you do it a bite at time. So how many words can you learn in a day? 5? Then learn 5 - next day and other 5 and revise the first etc. By the end of the week you have 35 words. At the end of the month 140 words.
I use flashcards myself and find they work very well. There are TinyCards linked to DL (not sure if they have Welsh). There is also Memrise/Decks (the former official courses, the latter user created - and you can make your own). When I'm in a hurry I just use little slips of paper and a bowl.
Sadly the lightbulb logo doesn't give a full vocab list. It is more an intro to the grammar that you are using in that lesson. I didn't know about the Duome page. Thank you that is brilliant -now I just need to find it!
I have my own vocab notebook when language learning. I use different colours (probably because I have Dyslexia) for different parts of speech which I find a great help. I keep a note pad beside me when I do DuoLingo exercises, so that I can jot things down as I work through the exercises. Then I say the sentences over myself, re-write them out a few times to help them stick.
Judit's idea is another good one. I have also used small strips of card and then when I am sitting on the train or bus, I can go through these flash cards to try and get vocab into my thick skull (sometimes VERY thick!) I also use the "Learner's Dictionary" (pub Y Lolfa) for Welsh, which is invaluable because it gives you the possible mutations to look up, as initial letters in words can change. I wouldn't be without it. I try to write a few sentences in Welsh each day, in a wee diary about what I have been doing, so that keeps it alive and useful.
Well done Judit. I was learning Hungarian a few years back, but not with DuoLingo. It's worse than Welsh!!! I found my Hungarian dictionary not so useful as with the front and back vowel changes on words which made life quite difficult. Like you I wrote things down on card slips and tried to learn a few new words each day. I take my hat off to you. Good luck. I hope you can visit Hungary. We did over quite a few years, that's why I learned some of the language. I wrote useful phrases down on wee postcards to take with me and that really helped me communicate with what I needed. The Hungarians were so gracious and helped me, not putting me off. It's a beautiful country and so varied - good food and wine too.
If you click a skill but don't start a lesson, you will see a light bulb, click it and you will see a list of the words, and their variations.
If you're on the web browser version (not mobile) there is a link at the top of the site that says "WORDS". It provides a long list of words you've learned, including it's assessment on how skilled you are with certain words.