https://www.duolingo.com/MickeytheGreat

More Courses in Swedish?

Hi, I finished my tree awhile ago and I was just wondering why Duolingo doesn't have more lessons being created all the time, created by the incubator? Don't get me wrong, I love the website and I think it's almost perfect. But shouldn't more lessons be added if there are people willing to do it? Again, not trying to be rude. You're doing a fine job, Duolingo ;)

June 17, 2015

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https://www.duolingo.com/Maanlufsen

I've been working with an Anki deck. I find Anki easier to use than Memrise, but I know that's just a personal preference. With Ankiweb and Ankidroid, I can sync the deck to my phone and use it wherever. Also, there are some nice decks out there that you can download and use. So far there's some overlap with words I already know, but that just helps me keep them fresh. It also exposes me to more example sentences. I'm also working through a book just on grammar, to help me better understand the patterns I've picked up through Duo.

Having said all that, I completely agree with your sentiment. It would be nice to have different levels of courses for languages in Duolingo. I've yet to find a better course for learning, and the idea of expanding my knowledge of a particular language (rather than adding more languages) via Duolingo has a lot of appeal for me.

June 18, 2015

https://www.duolingo.com/robinsdave

If you need more stuff there's another site called Memrise which has lessons, although I've always found it far less useful than Duolingo, but check it out, it could help :)

June 17, 2015

https://www.duolingo.com/Ali.Zeineddine93

As robinsdave said, Memrise is a great asset once you're done with duolingo, it's a good way to grow your vocabulary. But of course, if you want to improve your swedish you have to use the language, and this comes back to you. Best of luck!

June 18, 2015
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