i am amazed
i would never consider learning a new language after English and Russian but when my friend told me about this site i decided to give a try, 3 months have passed since those days and im impressed how good it works for me to learn Spanish , i already started italian and will be learning many others here too..
No, it's not hard... But you have to think them sepparately or you will drive mad xD
What I do everytime I switch to other language course, is to think "I am switching to [language]", in that language, for example "I am switching to Deutsch" or "I am switching to Italiano", etc. That way I don't mess up words or anything like that. It's like I say myself, "Now, put Deutsch on a side, and bring Italiano".
And I also try to go in different "rhythms", for example, I do approximately 200 or 300 daily XP in english three or sometimes four times a week, then do (if I can) one italian lesson per day, and finally, I learn 1 german lesson every 2 or 3 days...
But yes, Portuguese and Spanish are really similar, so I think it's hard to not confuse them. I just don't confuse them because I'm a native spanish speaker, lol.
Oh my god... I cannot wait for Esperanto!
I have had a lot of trouble deciding which language to undertake next, after Spanish. I think that Esperanto would be a perfect choice, as it is progressing very quickly in the incubator and many people here are recommending it.
Also, I hear it is rather easy to learn, meaning I could probably learn the language in weeks or months, as opposed to years.
That's fantastic @EdwinHakobyan
It's great that this is a free service that offers so much. Learning a new language could mean talking to family for the first time or being able to move to a different country. It amazes me how great this is, and I would like for everyone to have access to this website so it changes them how it has (and still is) changing me.