How Far will Duoling Go?
What other languages may be featured on Duolingo. I love this site and will one way or another learn all languages, and I think Duolingo is most serving and easiest. In other words, I like learning languages best through Doulingo, so I was wondering if other laungages, such as Hebrew (which I know some of) or Chinese or Creole will be learned. I want to learn them all, so how far will Duolingo go?
Is there a development map showing the order languages are going to be added?
I would like to see Tagalog, Irish Gaelic, and Dutch. I also want to learn Mandarin. I have tried a few times and so far, no program has made Mandarin "stick" with me.
I was wondering about this, too, and I was also wondering weather how much time does it take to launch a new language in Duolingo. I want to learn Hebrew, too. :)
I would like Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and Russian! Maybe even Hindi? I don't think Hebrew should be that high up on the list when there are much bigger (and more complicated to program) languages...
Actually, I think the first language they should do is English for non-English speakers...
The languages I would most like to see are Yiddish and Classical Arabic, but I suspect I will be waiting a while :) In the meantime, I'm enjoying the German!
They will eventually have all of the languages with a significant share on the web, but this will take a few years to accomplish.
It will probably be a long time before languages that use different character systems will become a part of Duolingo, but I hope it happens soon!!! I'm looking forward to learning Chinese with this system!
Never stop But more languages need adding and some small procedures need fixing
I think they should try a crowfunding initiative to include other languages as Chinese. I'm sure they will succeed