Duolingo Buddies Group

An area with study groups for various languages. Group members help each other, share resources and experience. Study groups are permanent but the members rotate and change.
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lavengro
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Languages: ENGLISH (N); FRENCH (A2 - conservatively self-estimated); ITALIAN (non parlo italiano - yet); JAPANESE (against my better judgment - barely A0); LANG BELTA? (Walowda ámolof fo kowl beltalowda); start FINNISH? (maybe ...).
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby lavengro » Mon Nov 04, 2019 6:46 pm

Duolingo has apparently already released "For Talking to Children" - I did not even know that this had been in the incubator!

https://twitter.com/nbcsnl/status/1190844899010260993
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Languages: Portuguese (native), English (C2), Spanish (A1), Japanese (beginner)
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby yalamix » Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:40 pm

Hello everyone!

Here is my profile: https://www.duolingo.com/profile/yalamix
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lavengro
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Languages: ENGLISH (N); FRENCH (A2 - conservatively self-estimated); ITALIAN (non parlo italiano - yet); JAPANESE (against my better judgment - barely A0); LANG BELTA? (Walowda ámolof fo kowl beltalowda); start FINNISH? (maybe ...).
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby lavengro » Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:49 pm

Scottish Gaelic has been released, in beta. Looks pretty short (33 skill units) at present compared to most of the other languages.
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby Xenops » Wed Dec 04, 2019 7:15 pm

I have mixed feelings about Duolingo...But I still find myself coming back. :lol:

My profile name is hestia-edwards.
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Deinonysus
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• Native: English
• Advanced: French
• Intermediate: German,
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• Beginner: Icelandic,
   Italian, Indonesian,
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby Deinonysus » Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:46 am

I just started doing the Arabic course the other day. Is it just me or does the audio have a lot of pronunciation errors?

On the other hand, it shows that a lot of the Hebrew course's issues can be fixed. Both Hebrew and Arabic have optional vowel markings that are not used in normal life, but the Arabic course uses them completely at the beginning of the course so that you can unambiguously see how to pronounce each word. The Hebrew course doesn't use vowel markings at all so if you forget how a word is pronounced, you have to look it up.

Also, the Arabic course has full audio and Hebrew doesn't, although as I said, there seem to be a lot of pronunciation issues at the beginning of the course. It would be a huge improvement if full audio were possible for Hebrew as well.
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Languages: English (N), Spanish (A level), French (GCSE),
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Re: Duolingo Buddies Group

Postby BenG » Sat Oct 10, 2020 6:52 am

My duolingo name is Ben-Gonzalez

Here I am BenG

I'm hoping to get better at Spanish and Japanese

But to be honest I've started most of the duolingo languages
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