My first 1000 days.
First, but hopefully not last, there are so many languages to learn! I'm really grateful to Duolingo for making it possible, how could I live without it before :-)))))? I might not like some changes which took place during those almost three years but anyway I am grateful for the courses. A great way to start a foreign language, it works perfectly for me. Many thanks to all my Duo friends from the Discord club, you are always a great inspiration and support! I enjoy staying in touch with you and practicing languages together. You help me a lot! Going to carry on with this healthy addiction ....
Thanks, congrats to you, too. Pronto tres anos completos - brava ragazza! :-)))
First of all well done! You have an impressive number of languages under your belt. I see you said your from Poland and you're also learning Czech. Do you have any recommendations on learning resources for Slavic langauges. I've even tried watching Peppa pig / Prasitko Pepa in Czech and then English on Youtube but without Czech/ English subtitles or a transcript it's so easy to miss potential new vocab. I'm orignally from England and I chose to study Medicine (English course) in the Czech Republic. English is my first and only fluent language. Learning a non-latin based language is new to me. Long story short, what advice can you give about getting the most out of DUolingo and other resources out there? Again congratulation on your 1001 streak!
I have neglected Czech recently, going to retake it later. I live not far from the Czech border, so we receive their tv, thus I can watch their tv.
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Congrats, i just started here but comments like this are very motivating
Some time ago I read other people's comments, people who had long streaks, and that motivated me, too. Thanks for your post.
This is awesome! I'm working my way there! You have a beautiful streak and an awesome looking line of flags. Congratulations :D
Hey Yarko, great job, it must be hard to keep practicing that many days in a row. awesome job. congrats.
Congratulations - enjoyed being in your well run club - 1000 days is great achievement
Congratulations! Why not try French, next? Its a beautiful language and is called the language of love for a reason.. ;)
Listen a lot, for me it's quite simple as we had to study Russian at school. I found some radio stations on Radio Garden and I listen to them occasionally.
Congratulations!! Have a lingot on me. I'm with sisir 360 - la langue francais est si belle! (And Polish is the next on my list.)