Yesterday, 14 January 2020, I got my result for the French exam DELF, level B2, and I managed to pass it with the score 81 out of 100. I am very pleased about this result which will allow me to continue my higher studies in France. In this way, I want to thank Duolingo for the help. Probably there will be people who will say that Duolingo helps you just to reach a beginner level, A1, maximum A2 and probably I would not have achieved it without YouTube videos, reading the local press or talking with French natives online, but Duolingo helped to keep a daily learning routine of 15-20 minutes and to discover how beautiful learning a language is. So, THANK YOU Duolingo for this wonderful product and I hope you will continue to do this amazing job in the years to come. Next stop: level C2.
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I'm SOO HAPPY for you! :) Congrats on getting to the level you have! I love working with native teachers in the language I'm learning which is why I'm going on italki soon. :) I too want to take french to "fluency" especially after having learned it for 8 years already. I wish you all the BEST going forward in your studies! :) This is just the beginning....and HEEERe's to the beginning! :) Bonne chance!
I love duolingo i originally started using it because i find other peoples languages sound funny and i was so depressed and everytime i would practice i would laugh and i was really happy about finding a way to laigh in such a sad situation. The government where I live in Regina Saskatchewan is really corrupt and they made my life a living hell and duolingo gave me something to look forward to so thank you
I checked a few vloggers who live in France, I watched football highlights for Ligue 1, watched several science, politics and history channels (Le Monde, Figaro, ARTE) and pretty much everything I liked. At the beginning, I even watched kids stories because they tend to use a simpler vocabulary and grammar. Good luck with your exams!
Congratulations! Language learning requires that you don't give up. Kudos to you for sticking with it.