Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

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cjareck
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Re: Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

Postby cjareck » Tue Jul 16, 2019 6:17 pm

Well, there is also some stuff on Polish Allegro: German, French and English and Italian
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Re: Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

Postby Morgana » Tue Jul 16, 2019 8:48 pm


Does entering the code “MONDLY” when signing up no longer get one a free lifetime subscription with access to all languages?

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/1796 ... d=17974435
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Re: Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

Postby Cainntear » Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:22 am

Morgana wrote:

Does entering the code “MONDLY” when signing up no longer get one a free lifetime subscription with access to all languages?

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/1796 ... d=17974435

Apparently not, according to the discussion. I'll keep an ear out and share if it comes back.

I paid for a lifetime pass early on, but I hadn't touched Mondly in God-knows-how-long until I started researching for an essay on language learning in AR/VR earlier this year...
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Re: Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

Postby Cainntear » Sun Jul 21, 2019 4:27 pm

There's a deal on a bundle of FIGS stuff from the for dummies range over at Humble Bundle. A set of ebooks with audio, all 4 languages for $15.

Never used for Dummies myself, no idea what they're like.
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Re: Language Programmes - Offers, Sales and Discounts

Postby lavengro » Tue Jul 23, 2019 5:26 am

Cainntear wrote:There's a deal on a bundle of FIGS stuff from the for dummies range over at Humble Bundle. A set of ebooks with audio, all 4 languages for $15.

Many thanks Cainntear, I've just purchased the $15 US ($19 Canadian loonie) set - crazy amount of material across the four languages! Offer still on for another six days.

Cainntear wrote:Never used for Dummies myself, no idea what they're like.

I expect many forum members would consider the [language] for Dummies series to be pretty lightweight, but I really like them because they are fun and that is why I learn languages, though the Ithkuil for Dummies is super-challenging.
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