Will Duolingo arabic bring me to A2?
Just curious as to what level duolingo Arabic could help me reach. I'm keen on learning a language to A2/B1 through duolingo, wondering if Arabic will do the job.
What courses would you recommend for reaching the highest level of fluency (in terms of how useful and well made they are)?
The duo course is very much a begginer course.
I think the Arabic we learn here is very helpful towards the fluency goal as it gives us good basics
I have completed the course here and am now using Rosetta Stone to work on grammar, speaking and listening skills
Wow, that's great. If you were to compare the Russian and Arabic course (I tested it once, since I'm a native speaker), which would better prepare learners? Also, did the course make you in any way conversational? Thanks :)
The Russian course is deeper and wider by far. I have completed the Russian tree over a year ago and study Russian daily
. I have been studying Arabic since Duo released Beta tree 4 months ago. The sound on Duo is poor for Arabic
It took me two years to become conversational in Russian but I only understand half of what I hear and read at this point