Some Homework On Duolingo
I think each duolingo learner should get a little weekly challege.On the language you are learning French Portuguese Spanish German and italian.And if you answer it correctly you could get lots of coins like 100 .All the learners that learn the same language as you have the same challege as you.You could work on it together.When you get the answer you press submit and you get your result at the end of the week when the next problem comes out.Who agree's with me? The reason why you get your result at the end of the week is not to cheat from other learners.For example if they get it correct they could tell you the answer!
yeah it is good. I think you talking about some logical questions like what is the difference between 'du' and 'de' or a noun is given and we have to fill the article or anything of this type. Am I right or anything different you are talking about?But there should be different questions for different language users but don't you think it will become more complicated?
Yes, logical questions are a good way to start. Maybe instead of special lessons, we could just add them to our daily lessons (sometimes it seems that Duolingo runs out of sentences to make me translate so they give me the same sentence three times in a row in the same forms.) 1kovacevicm1 just had a small idea that she probably wants expanded by the Duolingo community.
Some ideas might be a little too complicated yes, but you know, ideas can always change and become more simple or more complicated.
yeah, its not a bad idea. You are right it can become simple as fire spreads with just a little spark. It would be so nice to have a logical question of the day or in lessons practice also we can have it It would be so helpful and in leaderboard, competition will gain a speed, if we get more bonus points for that. Am I right
Yes it would, since the fact the lessons can become very boring. But sadly for me, I barely have any competition. I've earned 2000 coins (this week) and the others only have 100 or so (this week). Also I entirely have 13000 pts. and 1kovacevicm1 only has about a few thousand and she's in second place. But bonus questions can help you boost to the next level (even though for me, it's 1400 coins away) Another thing is, some people might not even know the difference between 'du' and 'de' so that would really help them since it is the very basics of French.
yes, the idea that 1kovacevicm1 gave is surely great. I know one site for maths in which a brain teaser of the day comes but it is just for registering in that site but if it comes in Duolingo then all the users will competite against each other very humbly. As Duolingo is already famous this one more feature can make it more famed. You know my friend told me that in Times of India Duolingo was listed in one of the famous and helpful apps. One site (babble.com) for learning French, first gave a tutorial saying 'try it for free' and after that for complete course there was a suggested fee but I was knowing it that what does their 'TRY' means. Duolingo is very different, unique and a best site for learning french as I know.
Well maybe they could put a logical question on the login page but they're going to have to put it in the language which everyone is learning. Maybe Duolingo could put a riddle, or something and when you get in, maybe if you got the question right, you would receive ten points when you got in. But maybe some people might not like that so maybe they should put a 'skip' button. But ideas like this are very complicated so I don't know if they're up to it.
Yeah logic questions or translation sentances thats what I was thinking!!! :)
Great Idea But Some People Could Brag That They Got It And More Points If You Complete It Is A Great Idea! :D :D :D :D :D
I agree but there is so many suggestions for Duolingo and this is also a very complicated one. What kind of questions are you thinking about? I think it should be different from the lessons we do. Are you saying this is kind of a competition? Well if it is, it might be a little unfair for some people since they are starters and they do not know the language as well.
It is not a competition it could help both starters and more leveled up learners to pass levels quicker
Yes but you can get harder sentences from working hard on lessons and doing a lot , and hard translations from the immersion section. But I think Duolingo should show the difficulty level of an article or at least let the users vote what is the difficulty for each article.