It is Tuesday again which means a new Reviewsday Tuesday. This week: DuoLingo.
Many people already know about DuoLingo, but if you don't…DuoLingo is a website and app designed to help learn languages. For English speakers we can currently learn French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese. They are working on Dutch, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Irish, Hungarian, and Romanian.
I've been using it to get back into my French, as I finished my two year requirement and decided that was enough (my teacher wasn't the greatest). But, I do still like the language and France in general so why not continue a basic learning?
It does currently only have languages using the Latin alphabet (A, B,C, D etc.) and nothing like Chinese or Korean which require different keyboards and figures. There is also the lack of total understanding in the language as you aren't taught how to conjugate verbs on the site. Though this does make it feel more like how a native speaker would learn the language, like how English speakers aren't really taught how to conjugate we just do it.
I was reintroduced to DuoLingo from a master post on tumblr entitled: How to be an Adult. There are a bunch of different categories all with links beneath them of different tips and tricks to help go into adult life.
Also, I want to do and this to happen when I die
and this to my hair (from The Beauty Department)