I think I really confused Duolingo...
(Or else I inadvertently discovered German via English for Russian speakers...)
(Or maybe this is the dawn of Triolingo...)
Congratulations on discovering Triolingo: for those times when learning one language just isn't enough. ;)
Confusing Duo is always fun. This one time I got a French listening exercise so wrong it decided it wasn't even French XD
Yep! It came up with the "please write your answer in French" message. It was /in/ French, it was just really, really bad French XD
It may be just that Duolingo has not come out of April's fool mode. Or perhaps it was wanting to make Russian reach to you sooner than the Russian course :)
I think you just set the website language to Russian? By the way, how do you post images like that?
That's actually from the app. However, while I do set the website to Russian on a regular basis, in order to do the RU to DE tree, it doesn't ask me to answer the questions in English. There are three languages in that picture!
The code for posting an image is quite easy to find on google, this is the first time I've used it so I don't remember it off the top of my head.
That's from the app? Are you on Apple or Android? Because I still have the hearts on the app, which annoys me quite a bit...
The alphabet is probably the toughest part, but as someone who has had to take some Greek and Hebrew language study and done personal study on Russian, it isn't that difficult. All alphabets are just symbols, you just have to figure out what symbols go with what sound. Many are in fact similar.
It also happened to me. I think it was a sync issue in changing devices in my case.
Early in the day I had worked on my phone and left it on italian for English speakers. I then switched to my pc did some work and left it on german for English speakers. Later still I went back to my iphone and in retrospect it didn't automatically reset to the En->Ge but kept it on En->It. So I'm sitting there working on an italian strengthen skills and at the end of the lesson an italian sentence is followed by "Eine Blume". That was very disorienting... It ended up giving me points towards german even though 16 correct answers had been in italian.
I think that somebody just tried the famous Konami Code (↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A) on Duolingo... :)
Is this on a phone or mobile device? If I use Duolingo on my iPhone (at least last time I checked), because my iPhone is set to Chinese, the interface is in Chinese, even though I'm normally on the Spanish or French for English speakers courses.