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Extra Vocabulary Practice

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I started Duolingo about 2 weeks ago and have completed about a third of my tree; I am currently on determiners. However, I found myself needing extra vocabulary practice as doing just the lessons was not enough to make the words stick for me. I started a Quizlet (flashcard system) to study the vocabulary. I broke down the words into their individual lessons and put all the words that Duo lists in the beginning of the lesson in the set of flashcards. I am currently finishing the flashcards for what I have already completed. As I complete each lesson I plan to make a flashcard set for that lesson. Anyone who is near the beginning of the tree or needs a refresh feel free to use the flashcards I made so far and please tell me if I missed any words or got the definitions wrong. The link is http://quizlet.com/thegipe . Duo on!

4 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/wazzie
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I've already made (along with the help of other users) a bunch of Flashcards for DL on Quizlet too. You can check them out here. They are broken down by (mostly) by skill instead of lesson, but they are available if you want to use them!
I haven't worked on these in a while, but if you want me to make cards for skill that isn't available, just ask.

Some of the card sets aren't directly related to DL, but most the ones posted by me are. (and I made sure to include the articles to help remember gender!)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lauryswagner
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Oh my gosh. Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU!!!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/in2spanish

You may be interested in the nearly 15,000 Spanish vocabulary words located at: http://quizlet.com/in2languages. Many include graphics/pictures to help in memorization as well as gender were necessary. Also there is one set of about 2,000 cognates and one set of 4,000 high use Spanish words to keep you busy. I have nearly completed the DL series by skill as well . Enjoy!!

Good luck!!.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lauryswagner
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Oh wow :o this will keep me busy for at least a few weeks. Thanks!!!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/in2spanish

You may be interested in the nearly 15,000 Spanish vocabulary words located at: http://quizlet.com/in2languages. Many include graphics/pictures to help in memorization as well as gender were necessary. Also there is one set of about 2,000 cognates and one set of 4,000 high use Spanish words to keep you busy. I have nearly completed the DL series by skill as well . Enjoy!!

Good luck!!. Have a Lingot.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/in2spanish

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Using this site:

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Also you may be interested in these FREE short Spanish Test prepared by Spanish Teachers around the globe. This link has over 1100 short Spanish Proficiency pop quizzes.

(1) Follow this link: http://www.quia.com/web (2) Lower right hand corner Shared Activities click on Spanish (3) Refine your search: Activity type..click Quiz (4) Test your Spanish proficiency with these pop quizzes.

Finally, you may be interested in these YOUTUBE video learning series

Extra en EspaƱol Ep 01 La llegada de Sam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfb9-ZTCA-E

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Good luck!!

4 years ago