I conquered the German tree today!
Ich habe heute der Deutsche Sprachbaum erobert! Hurra!
I started doing Duolingo about 6 months ago and during the past month or two I've been pacing through it like crazy. I think it has been an useful tool to help me learn German and it has made it a little easier for me to start my new life here in Austria. Thank you, Duolingo!
Congrats! It took me 40 days to get through the whole tree, then another ten days after that to review and get all the lessons gold all at once. It's a pretty good feeling to get to the end!
I'm doing actual real life language courses at the moment. I'm getting ready to start an intensive B2.1 -course tomorrow. I was supposed to do the B1.2 -level but sadly the school didn't have enough participants to hold the course this month. But I'm hoping it won't be too big of a leap, because I finished the B1.1 with a good grade already last month.
Try to read some german books, reading books always train the language ot watch some german movies
Um deinen Fehler zu korrigieren: *"Ich habe heute den deutschen Sprachbaum erobert! Hurra!"
Glückwunsch!! Darf ich aber deinen freudigen Ausruf korrigieren? Du hast in deinem Akkusativobjekt den Artikel nicht richtig benutzt. Der richtet sich immer nach dem letzten Wort in einem zusammengesetzten Substantiv: ich habe.....wen oder was erobert.....den Baum Trotzöem Gemecker finde ich deine Leistung für die kurze Zeit aber wirklich toll!! Ich bin mal gespannt, wie weit ich in dieser Zeit komme.
Congratulations! I am also speeding my way through! We could practice German together if you like (:
Congratulations! I did essentially the same thing just two days ago, having started on January 1, as a New Year's resolution. I'm perplexed, though, on where to go next to progress, especially since DuoLingo has my fluency as less then 50% still. Any ideas or suggestions?
Hi I am really proud of fellow duo's who are able to achieve this great achievement i ,Myself , am on the same situation as you are . I live in the middle east and its my dream to work in Germany and to carry on with my life over there . And people like you give me hope . May I ask you is speaking german possible or we will never be able to speak it painlessly and passively we always have to think hard about it . And how did you achieve this great level what were you sources did you take A 1 , 2 classes or just jumped right away into B1.1 . Should I take the A class or will it be a waste of time and effort ? I know you will help me out with my questions :D thanks soo much