33/65 lessons completed in the Korean tree! Half-way there! :D
I am half-way through the Korean course. I can say that I have learned alot so far and I can't wait to finish the next half. I started the course about a year ago but I decided to stay motivated to finish the tree in a couple months.
Congratulations! I bet the Korean tree is really hard. I added it for a little bit and did a few lessons and then I was like nope I ain't doing this now haha. Great job making it so far. Have fun with the rest of the tree, and I bet you will go far with your Korean learning!
Yeah, the Korean and Japanese trees take so long to go through! I have a question, if you don't mind answering! Do you only use Duolingo to study Korean? I do want to try again to learn it during the summer and I want to know how good the course is. 감사합니다 (I think that is the right way to say thank you!)
Yes, thats the right way to say thank you. I use Mango to learn Korean as well and lingodeer is another helpful site to use too. I would recomend using more than one site or app to help you learn Korean to find what works best for you. Try using a site that helps you understand the grammar because once you understand all the basic grammar rules it is much easier to learn the language. I like duolingo because it helps me understand the grammar.
Kudos to you! I was so disappointed that Korean was added after I left Korea. I lived there two years and really could’ve used the app to help me learn to read. I am still learning even though I no longer live there, but it’s super hard now that I’m not fully immersed in the culture.
Aww thank you! I hope I get to perfection! My advice would be to truly learn the content instead of just quickly going through a lesson just to maintain your streak. Pay attention to the key elements that duolingo is trying to teach in each new lesson and when you are finished with a lesson you can always review what you learned. One trick you can try while playing duolingo is listening to the sentences instead of looking at it to see if you can make out what the sentence is saying instead of reading it. (if you know what I mean) Hope it helps. :)