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    you beat me to it!!

    Definitely use duolingo, that site is brilliant!
    Hehe :3

    Never used the app, she looks cool !
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    It's really pretty good! I've used it for ages. It has a 'community' aspect to it. i.e. you correct English work (i.e. texts on subjects) and they'll correct your work!! Then there's loads of activities, they'll also give you feedback on speaking activities too! It's wonderful
    Wow I'll try it today - I started learning russian not too long ago and found an amazing pdf document to start off with but duolingo could be useful too


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    (Original post by Withengar)
    I actually started using Duolingo on the day you recommended it and it's been going great so far. I plan on using it for as long as I can - that is, until I reach lower or middle intermediate level of proficiency (B1 or B2) and then I'll move on to TV shows, movies, books, articles and other such sources.

    That is great! I wish you the best of luck
 
 
 
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