Who is using DuoLingo?

And which languages are you studying?

I tried it at first with French a little while ago. I’ve just started using it again now that Danish is offered. My grandmother is Danish, she raised me, but didn’t manage to teach me the language which makes me sad. I’m learning it with my kids and we’re hoping to be able to surprise her at a special occasion.

I also noticed that they made a few changes since I tried it for French. I’m not sure if it’s just because of the changes, or if it’s because I am more motivated to learn Danish, but I’m finding it much more satisfying to use!


That reminds me that I need to freshen up my Spanish skills again.

Duolingo has added quite a few new courses in the past months it seems, here’s the full list for English speakers (you can switch the language in the dropdown on the top right): https://www.duolingo.com/courses/en

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I am using Duolingo and here is my profile: https://www.duolingo.com/ioana_cis
I am studying Spanish, French and Italian - medium level and started lately German as newbie.

Of course, Duolingo is an awesome tool for learning and improving other languages.

I am currently studying German and Spanish.

Oops! My profile is here - https://www.duolingo.com/Majken - good idea to share them, thanks guys!

I’ve used duolingo months ago https://www.duolingo.com/mte90 but i dropped because the english course are very basic.
So with the free account is not possible jump to the area that i need to improve my english.

I think you can jump and take a test - i am pretty sure…

Ah I guess at a certain level you need to pay? What is it that you feel you need to work on? Would you benefit from having conversations with native English speakers? Setting up a system to do that between Mozillians was the starting idea for Language Exchange.

Uhm they have improve duolingo now is better learn the word because you don’t have a “life score” in the lessons.
I think that i’m not ready for a conversation in english actually.

Yes, it’s a small change, but I find it’s much nicer.

You could have fooled me, your written English, at least, is quite good!

It’s anyway much easier to type, than to speak English for us who are not native in English. :slight_smile:

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I’m using it to learn Spanish. I already know English, Azerbaijani, Turkish and Russian.

I recently started using duoling, got a proper internet connection very recently.
I am trying to use it to learn German.
Another language I want to learn is Japanese, which I was unable to find in duolingo.

Please feel free to start a new thread asking people for recommendations on learning Japanese, if you like.

What language are you trying to learn it from? Of course I know of many places to look to learn it from English, but that might not be the language you want to translate back and forth.

My duolingo profile is https://www.duolingo.com/lourcastillo :blush:

I’m trying to learn English, Portuguese, Italian, French and German

I think that having conversation with native speakers is the best choice for those who want to improve their communication skills.

I spent a lot of time looking for conversation partners (with native English speakers), but I couldn’t find what I was looking for. Setting up such a system between mozilian would be really helpful.

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I actually have a Vidyo room for people to practice English. I have a plan for a launch party when there is enough interest. In the mean time, I’d be happy to set up some times to have conversations. If I have an accent it’s mildly Canadian, but it sounds mostly like what you’d hear from American TV.


Looking forward to it :smile:

I would like to practice english :smile:


Started Brazilian Portuguese, Irish, and Swedish. Been spending more time conversing with Brazilians in Portuguese than using Duolingo for it.

Also, no one here will likely recognize my duolingo or discourse photos since they’re missing my red beard.