I finished my own English tree !! :D
Thanks god ,, I finished my own tree ,, what do you think I can do then ? :D
Is Duolingo the only place you've been learning English? Or have you used other means? I ask because I'm impressed if all you've done is the tree! I wonder how much I'll be able to communicate once I complete my French tree. I'm afraid I'll still have a long road ahead!
No ,, i'm learning from many resources such as my study ,courses, reading and translating .sure, you can finish your tree but i'll take some time . I think you 'll need another way to finish the tree if you are a new learner in French !
Maybe start reading books in English? That's my plan when I finish my French tree!
Look for a language buddy with whom you can actually speak (over Skype), watch movies in English with or without English subtitles, visit the UK/USA/Canada/Australia for an extended period of time, take a language course at a local school/uni, etc. The sky is the limit!
Oh and one of my favorites: buy a copy of your favorite books by English-speaking authors in English - it is often a whole new experience. :)
Congrats! I imagine English is quite the challenge for an Arabic speaker.
Thank you a lot . The challenge isn't to finish Duolingo 's tree but to be fluent in English :) !
Yes. It looks like you're doing a great job at that too. Good luck and never give up!
Why do not you look for another tree and make a forest. I sure you feel that you're a king. Don't stop. Do not hesitate do it nnnnnnnnnow
Good work, and congratulations on finishing your English tree! Good luck being fluent one day. :) One thing though, I see that you do this " ,, " quite a lot, which is not a symbol in English. I think you are trying to do a comma ( , )