Too many Languages on Duolingo!
My mind will bust!
There is too much to learn!
Reduce the amount of free language learning! I just can't take it!
You are right. Irony circuits would be too close to emotion. That's a brilliant observation.
However, as this particular Dalek was only trying to be helpful by giving useful advice it seems a shame that he has been down-voted. Can any passing humans rectify the situation?
If we are learning languages alongside Daleks it might be wise to keep them happy.
Why thank you MrDarlek. Any chance you could tell me how many rels are left in total in your countdown? You see I need to know how fast my excavation of the Bay area of Cardiff needs to be. Nothing for you to worry about, just some old tech that got left there. Oh, and I need to find out where Banaman Road is to . . . and maybe a phone number. Just a phone number. Nothing dangerous you see . . .
There are a total of about 29 languages I want to learn total and that is probaby minus a few dialects withing the same language for instance Aramaic, (I want to learn Assyrian from Maaloula, Syriac Aramaic and Galilaic or Galilean Aramaic) For Japanese, I also want to learn Kyoto-be (spoken only in Kyoto) and Ainu dialect. Hindi and Punjabi. Icelandic and Old Norse, Russian, Ukrainian and Tatar ( from Kazan and Tatarstan) not Crimean. Sicilian (Palermo, Syracuse, Calebrese dialects) I'm taking Sicilian on Memrise now. So, these are the "off branches of some of the languages I want to learn but then there are the others and they range from Ancient Egyptain and Ancinet Babylonian (Akkadian) to conlangs "High Valyrian, Sindarin Elvish, and Ancient Language of Elves Inheritance Cycle" from Paolini's movie "Eragon". So, go for what languages "inspire" you. You never know if you really want them til you try. :) I plan on getting into all of them I have on my list some more fluent while others the basics or little more. If your not setting your dreams high enough, what's the point in having a dream at all? Good luck Everyone on all your language learning journey!