I wish Duo would include the number of the conjugation or declension with each word on the Latin word list. It would be very helpful for looking them up in a Latin grammar book. But I don't know where or how to make this request?
You're welcome. The dictionary link, which just recently has been expanded to search four dictionaries and/or word books, will accept English or Latin. It is great, especially, to have Lewis and Short's Latin-English and Smith and Hall's English-Latin dictionaries so easily accessible online.
Maybe they don't work on the app? I have them on the web, so if you are able to use that, you should see the lightbulb every time you click one of the skills to start a lesson. (a very few skills didn't have one when I went through it - I don't know if any more have now been added).
Thanks! I am on the web, and now I do see the light bulb when I go back to lessons I already completed at Level 5 - but only on some of them - and it only appears after I have completed all the levels. I hope the declensions and conjugations can be in the tips when one starts at the first level of a lesson.
They ought to appear at every level. I think there are far less towards the end of the course (i.e. further down the tree). I didn't actually look at any of them until I was at level 5 on all the skills - really just revising Latin I already knew - but I've looked at some since then, mainly to try to answer questions and point people in the right direction.