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No more lessons?

I don't have any more Latin lessons?? I'm not even remotely fluent, so I have no idea what's going on. Someone please help me!

July 18, 2020



Cum Duolingo, quid vides est quid capis. The entire course is visible when you begin it, even if some is disabled.

The Latin course was a labor of love by a few volunteer contributors. There is a desire to enhance it, and maybe even plans to do so, but for now it’s just very small.

Hey, if it’s really disappointing, you should get your money back.

Timor mortis conturbat me.


"...you should get your money back." - :)


Disappointing, isn't it?

The course developer/caretakers intend to add more, they've said. While you're waiting, look through the Latin forum, where there are plenty of suggestions of what to study after you've finished the course—while waiting for the second version of the course.


So my fear that I had really run out of lessons is true. Thank you to everyone giving me confirmation that the problem wasn't on my end!


DuoLinguo won’t by its self make you fluent in any language, but what it offers is a fund way to get your feet wet. If you want to get fluent by any means, you’ll need to get into books and classroom study. Fortunately, there are tons of resources.

You should look for the post on this forum titled “how can I Latin better?” It gave me a truly inspiring potential path of study for when I was done with DuoLinguo.


You can use other sources besides duolingo ;)But I would like to see more added to the course as well.


Time to get a Latin book (and start it from the beginning), and/or a teacher.

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