It's solid gold
I finally done it, my Spanish tree is gold all the way. :-)
It was a lot of work but I have learned much. It took 12 months and 26 days :-)
Hi, Thanks for the compliment, Are you doing the reverse tree? Is that why you are on level 10 in English? Thanks
Yes! I'm doing English from Spanish to get more practice in Spanish.
It took me 12 months and 26 days. There were periods when I just did the minimum. And then finally I started working a little more. I began again on lesson one and did every lesson completely correct, if I had even one mistake I would refresh and start again. That seemed to give me some extra time before I had to strengthen. Then DL changed the program, on my computer I'd have 11 lessons and on my hand held I'D have 10 or 12, so I had a lot of problems. In the end I only used my computer. I am looking forward to Ukrainian.
Well done. I've been here about the same length of time (if I don't count a false start) and not too far behind you, just the last 4 skills to tackle. What are your plans now?
Thanks, I will keep strengthening and I want to do Ukrainian. It will soon be released. I will start translating again in Spanish. Bravo on your success in Spanish, the last skills are fairly easy, so I give you a well done in advance.
Good luck with Ukrainian. the next language i want to do is Scottish Gaelic (my home country). But I guess I will have plenty of time to perfect Spanish here before a Scottish Gaelic course ever gets released!
Scottish would be interesting, would it be some what related to Old Norwegian. I was in Scotland, it is very beautiful.
Scoltand has two languages other than English. Gaelic is a celtic language closely related to Irish Gaelic and was brought to Scotland by Irish monks in about the 4th century. It will have Norse words resulting from the Viking invaders/settlers from the 8th century. Gaelic was spoken mainly in the in the Highlands in the north and west. Scots is a language that developed from the Angles around the first century and is related to old English ( http://www.scotslanguage.com/What_is_Scots%3F_uid2/What_is_Scots_%3F) and again will have Norse influences. It was found mainly in lowland areas of the south and east and can still be heard in many Scottish dialects now.