Arnaud wrote:A naive question (sorry if it was already asked). What level do you have when you've completed LingoDeer Japanese or HelloChinese ? Any idea ?
A1 ? Less ?
No worries! I didn't know myself, actually. I did a quick search:
Xelian wrote:Hello friends,
I've been looking for resources to solidify my basic Korean and Mandarin, and happened to stumble across an app that was kind of a jackpot. It's called LingoDeer. It has basic to lower intermediate level Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese (which, is incredibly exciting for me) and additionally has some non-Asian languages out in their beta versions.
Anyway, just adding a super useful resource to all app users! I would recommend it for beginners, but you can also use the "test out" option and get to some higher levels WITHOUT going through the boring basics, if you are currently above beginner level!
devilyoudont wrote:Just to second the Lingodeer recommendation for beginners-- I tested both Lingodeer and Duolingo Japanese to see about which app is better to recommend to a beginner.
Lingodeer is hands down better.
-It includes grammar explanations in the app
-Even at my level, I was able to find numerous errors in the Duolingo course
-Lingodeer has plans to add more content. They are starting to advertise that future updates will take a learner up to about N3. So, once that happens, it will also take a beginner to a higher level than the Duolingo course
Are you going to join the craziness that is Japanese?