I feel like you could do so much more with this app. You could add the list of verb forms you've learned or grammar rules so you could easily access them to refresh your memory. You could add complete dialogs to learn how cohesion works for the language. You could add a dictionary of the words learned. Or a list of common phrases. But instead this app is just so basic you'll barely have rudimentary skills once you've finished. And the lingots thing? Nobody cares about that.
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It is a great app. Very informative, and you can submit questions if you are confused and see others' comments on related questions. One thing that I wish the app did was let me look up a chart of all of the conjugations in one place. I wish we could do more with the "lingots" or money in the game though. I enjoy the setup and the aesthetic of the app too. It's clear, and it's a lot of fun.
I'm using Duolinguo to learn Ukrainian and honestly it's one of the best applications I've ever used. I just would love to see in different color the stress letters in the words to make my pronunciation better. And also to have the possibility tho listen the words or sentences every time. Thank you very much for your work!
I really like it for Japanese, but I can't day for other languages. The problem I have with it is that I feel like it isn't best for beginners but I'm not that far into it yet so maybe that's why. See I find studying hiragana by myself much better, and then I like sharpening my skills and reviewing/ingraining everything into me after I already know the basics (which only takes a couple YouTube videos and 12 or so hours of studying outside if that.) But all in all I really like it and would definitely recommend, just make sure to learn the basics first by yourself.
Love the app, and its by far my favorite way to learn Spanish so far. However, I never get to do the spoken lessons. Everytime I click the microphone to speak it automatically gives me the answer and says I did it right. It would be a perfect app if not for this. I feel like I'm missing out on an integral part of the lessons. Please fix this my dudes.
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