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Duolingo - Language Lessons Review Breakdowns

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duolingo 1
spanish 2
language learning 3
learn spanish 4
language 5


Feb, 2023


Feb, 2023



Learn a new language with the world’s most-downloaded education app! Duolingo is the fun, free app for learning 40+ languages through quick, bite-sized lessons. Practice speaking, reading, listening, and writing to build your vocabulary and grammar skills. Designed by language experts and loved by hundreds of millions of learners worldwide, Duolingo helps you prepare for real conversations in Spanish, French, Chinese, Italian, German, English, and more. Whether you’re learning a language for travel, school, career, family and friends, or your brain health, you’ll love learning with Duolingo. Why Duolingo? • Duolingo is fun and effective. Game-like lessons and fun characters help you build solid speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills. • Duolingo works. Designed by language experts, Duolingo has a science-based teaching methodology proven to foster long-term language retention. • Track your progress. Work toward your language learning goals with playful rewards and achievements when you make practicing a daily habit! • Join 300+ million learners. Stay motivated with competitive Leaderboards as you learn alongside our global community. • Every language course is free. Learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Turkish, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Ukrainian, Esperanto, Polish, Greek, Hungarian, Norwegian, Hebrew, Welsh, Arabic, Latin, Hawaiian, Scottish Gaelic, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, English, and even High Valyrian! What the world is saying about Duolingo: “Far and away the best language-learning app.” –The Wall Street Journal “This free app and website is among the most effective language-learning methods I’ve tried… lessons come in the form of brief challenges – speaking, translating, answering multiple-choice questions – that keep me coming back for more.” –The New York Times “Duolingo may hold the secret to the future of education.” – TIME Magazine “…Duolingo is cheerful, lighthearted and fun…” - Forbes “Our favorite language app…” - CNET If you like Duolingo, try Super Duolingo for 14 days free! Learn a language fast with no ads, and get fun perks like Unlimited Hearts and Monthly Streak Repair. If you choose to purchase Super Duolingo, payment will be charged to your Apple account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the App Store after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:

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Actually love the new learning path
CatArtist7 on 2023-03-24
I’d become a bit frustrated with Duolingo as of late, and after reading all the negative reviews about the new learning path, I was dreading the update. (random users got a beta version of this rolled out earlier, I was not one of them). I must say, I’m actually pleasantly surprised. It forces you not to get stuck in one set of skills, but rather groups them altogether in a logical path. For instance, stories were sort of a separate entity - it was easy not to do those everyday and then cram a bunch on one day. The problem - what was presented in the stories wasn’t exactly synced to the unit you were in. I know I didn’t retain as much this way. Now, it all makes more sense. An even more welcome improvement - there are more opportunities to double your experience points built right in the path - a big frustration for me because I found the speed rounds highly frustrating (not to mention, way too easy for some users to cheat). My biggest complaint still is the voices, some of them are really hard to understand, especially if you are already hard of hearing. Some are just downright grating. Also, voice recognition doesn’t always work well. I do have the paid version, so my experience may not match those with the free one. Update re: leaderboards - someone please tell me how someone can get, literally 3000 XP points in less than 10 minutes. 😡 There is NO WAY this done without cheating. Unless there is a better way to monitor for this, the leaderboard is tremendously unfair. Even later, I witnessed one person suddenly earn 5000 points in even less time. Please make it harder for people to cheat. Update: Please work on those voices! I missed 5 in a row simply because I couldn’t hear the character’s garbled speech. For those of use who are hard of hearing, this makes comprehending spoken language virtually impossible. Use normal speaking voices, not these annoying cartoon character voices. I can’t even understand voices like this in my native language. Downgrading to 3 stars because of this.
Good app
StephLopez2507 on 2023-03-24
It helps me learn Spanish really easy. There’s a ton of other languages to learn too. It saves your progress. You can do a Friends Quest with your friends on the app (you can follow people &/or you can let Duolingo see your contacts and it makes them your friends if they have the app). Sometimes there’s challenges to earn gems. There’s a Super and Duolingo Max subscription (I don’t have it so I don’t really know what it’s like). But there are adds sometimes but it’s only about this app. And you can switch out of languages if you want to learn a different one and it still saves your progress. It has a very easy setup. And there’s also leaderboards and different ranks too, so you can compete with a bunch of different people around the world. And you can have a streak if you keep practicing, but sometimes it freezes the streak if you miss a day, but if you don’t practice the next day after, it doesn’t save and you have to start the streak all over. And sometimes I see some people have streaks up to 3+ years! (I haven’t gotten that far though.) But yeah, you should get this app. There isn’t anything wrong with it.
not efficient
EmmieSarah on 2023-03-24
this is so inefficient compared to other teaching. it leaves out half the basics people need to know before starting a language. i was utterly confused and had so many questions so i would always go to google or youtube, and that might not even be a totally reliable source either. it was going smooth at first but the more i progressed the more confused i got like where do they add this or why is this here. yet i never got any answers whatsoever from duolingo. they teach you to “make sentences” in the lessons, yet they never give you any actual “someone communicating and giving you actual information about the language” type of lessons. also, sometimes the timed lessons are so hard i get so stressed out yet i feel that i must complete it. it made me so mad and how am i supposed to answer so many sentences in a minute and thirty seconds on a language i just started learning? sort of unbelievable and it really makes me doubt my ability or what i’ve learned. i need more engagement and feel like there’s actually people there trying to support and help me learn in the app.
androidsdontrequirenicknames on 2023-03-24
I already know a little Spanish, I can communicate but not fluently. After 3 hours on the app, it basically ran through the same sentence the whole time: “Juan come manzanas.” Pretty much one sentence for 3 hours. I have a relative that has been using Duolingo religiously almost every day for over a year- and they are still going over “lessons” that you would learn in the second week of a formal Spanish class: “Nosotros vivimos en una casa en la playa.” She still can not communicate an original thought in Spanish. No lessons on language structure, rules, grammar, etc. Just random sentences repeated for over a year. No ability to sense what you already might know and then go from there, it would take me YEARS of stupid sentences to get to a point where I might actually learn something from this app, if that point even exists. You will NOT learn Spanish on Duolingo.
Great way to refresh language skills
ASM5911 on 2023-03-24
Update 3/2023: I am still enjoying the app two years + later. If there’s one thing I wish they would change, it’s the seemingly random handing out of 2x bonus points time. These are often offered for staying in the top 10 of the week’s rankings. I can’t always use the bonus time when it is offered because it sometimes occur at an inconvenient time. Recently the Friends Quest allowed for a future use of the bonus time - it would be great if the other bonus awards were allowed to be used at a later time. This is an engaging way to learn and/or refresh language skills. I'm brushing up on Spanish I studied over 40 years ago, and this app makes it fun. Hopefully Japanese language will be added in a future update.
A good app
Fashion Girly27 on 2023-03-24
I downloaded Duolingo because my mom and dad are both fluent in Spanish and have never taught me. Only the basics such as hola, Mujer , Nina etc. So I downloaded Duolingo and started learning. After only about 5 days I already know almost all of the roots of learning Spanish! But it does have a down side. When I complete a lesson and gat a chest it says “Must collect before 12:00 pm tomorrow”. As a busy student that gets out of school at 2:30 pm, and rides the bus until 4:00 pm you might see the problem here. Over all, Duolingo is a great app and you should definitely check it out if you or any one in your family, even friends want to learn a new language.
I have no way to fix my 369 day streak
im mad at quick draw on 2023-03-24
I can’t find any way to contact duolingo about this. This is the best I’ve gotten to it. I couldn’t practice for the past 2 days, such losing my streak. Since I had two days worth of Streak savers, and I did it the third day I shouldn’t have have lost my 369 day streak. Another problem is that we were recently sprung forward an hour. This is a problem for me, because I do my lesson in the later parts of the day. The loss of my 369 day streak has made it harder for me to keep my motivation to continue using duolingo. I am hoping that there is way I can I have my 369 day streak fixed or that I can talk to someone about this issue.
LBGTQ Agenda
casstorg on 2023-03-24
I enjoyed using Duolingo for my children until unbeknownst to me they began a lesson on marriage vocab where two women were married and going on their honeymoon together. I was flabbergasted and upset. It was unneeded. We were many lessons in without detecting an agenda and then BAM—two lesbians going on their honeymoon together—a fight, reconciliation, and it all discussed with their cab driver who thought their relationship was great. Otherwise a decent app (and free) for learning everyday Spanish. It’s not very in depth but will get you by.
Awful redesign
[email protected] on 2023-03-24
Duolingo, please understand that not everyone likes to learn more than one concept at a time. Learning multiple things at once may be overwhelming for some people. Some of us prefer to learn one topic at a time so we can fully grasp the concept before moving on to the next one. The old format allowed us to do just that. We had the freedom to choose what we wanted to learn at a time. This new skill tree may be great for some, but a lot of us are struggling with this. Please stop ignoring users who wish to at least bring the old format back.
I detest the forced path changes and have cancelled my subscription
Most_Indubitably_Ted on 2023-03-24
The recent learning path changes removed virtually all user choice of which lessons to study next. It’s extremely tedious to be forced to plow through every lesson and Story in depth-first sequence with no end in sight. How disappointed was I in the direction the app has taken? I abandoned a streak of over 900 days and cancelled my subscription, with no plans to return. I’ve shifted back to IRL chats with native speakers and studying old-fashioned paper books (bought with money saved from Duolingo’s yearly fees, no less!).

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