What the Troubleshooting forum is for
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In addition to the name of the browser, I'm sure the developers would also like to know the browser version.
I paid 25 lingots to take the German proficiency test. I didn't know a couple answers, so I guessed -- German, relative to say Hebrew, is not that hard. I got the answers right! Woo hoo! But then, after about the 3rd answer, it dawned on me that I'm not THAT smart. So I started putting in English song lyrics, which it marked correct. So . . . I would really like my lingots back and a notification as to when this problem is fixed. If I want to be told how special I am, I can always look in the mirror. Thanks.
I have enough lingots, so I gave you 25 of mine. You are special ... aber es kann ja auch sein, dass dein Deutsch nichts Besonderes ist. ;-)
With respect to the people working on the Hungarian course, which is in beta form, I have to say that some of the lessons really need someone who is truly bilingual to overhaul them. A good example of this is "Preverbs 2", wherein the preverbs generally work well translated into English, but the postpositional adjuncts often do not.
You said it isn't for suggestions in another post. But I don't see anywhere to make suggestions. I'll make it here and when I see it available, there as well.
It would be nice if we could listen to how it's pronounced correctly on the desktop version after we write or choose the best answer. As it is now, you have to click on the discussion, and not even every time will the little "speaker" show where you can click to hear it correctly if no discussion or comments were made. So you have to start a discussion to here the correct pronunciation. Not the biggest issue but a suggestion that would make the site better imo :)
https://imgur.com/a/RSNYO7P ...I probably have gotten this incorrect, however, I have been having a lot of issues with latest version of Duo saying that all of my answers are incorrect. I know that I do occasionally get some of them wrong, but all of them? I'm having to use streak freeze to keep my 767 day streak active, since I can't get any of my questions correct. Attached is an image, could somebody tell me what I got wrong on it, otherwise I think that I got the answer correct