The celebratory finished tree post! :D
A moment of celebratory celebration...
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!! :D I FINISHED THE TREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!
Finished the tree in a solid 97 day streak! :D About three months.
VIELEN DANK GERMAN DUOLINGO TEAM!!!
In my celebration, I would also like to share my German language blog I started. I found keeping a blog helped keep resources in a nice organized place for myself and it also helps other people at the same time. I'm also forming a group of people who are learning German, who want to practice speaking together on a Mumble server. There's also a Minecraft server and Facebook and Steam groups. I hope this group will all help us learn in addition to Duolingo! :D
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY :D Good job
Just make sure you have a good understanding of it, and you'll probably need to memorize the adjective endings a few more times. I need to do that too lol.
I need to do so much Grammar. I just started a big fat Grammar book a little while ago. Its like doing a whole forest of trees. XD
Though I'm lacking the skill you have by quite a bit, I can say from experience that practice truly does make perfect, and the one method to rule them all approach doesn't work for everyone. I actually started using duolingo alongside another method I've been using, because it added extra functionality, and the two work better than just the one. Even with two apps, I've still on many occasions had to enlist the help of a friend of mine who is a native German. The nice part to him though is this, on occasion when I ask for his help with syntax or the gender identity of an inanimate object he responds by saying this "don't worry about it, even us German's sometimes have trouble with that sort of thing" and that should be a comfort to any learner. In the end though, no one is a perfect speaker of any language, not even their native tongue, and even for us Americans and Brits on this thread, if we invited an English professor to look over our post, chances are they would find several flaws in the words of all of us. So we shouldn't beat ourselves up if we aren't perfect, perfect isn't a thing, our best however, that is the true goal we should all strive towards, and the only system of which we should measure our achievement.
I hope this isn't weird, but I'm gonna print your post and put it on my wall for motviation and awesomeness.