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Hi I’m looking to learn a new language, preferably in 7-8 months
I’ve downloaded Duolingo, if you’ve used it or have any recommendations for me, please let me know! Thanks
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Flashcards and notes for sure
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Omfg 😂 you're acc going to learn a new language?
What language are you planning on learning? Duolingo, seriously ?😆
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Grrr, you also got more badges than me, unfair lmao
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Omfg 😂 you're acc going to learn a new language?
What language are you planning on learning? Duolingo, seriously ?😆
Spanish :3
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Hi I’m looking to learn a new language, preferably in 7-8 months
I’ve downloaded Duolingo, if you’ve used it or have any recommendations for me, please let me know! Thanks
Memrise!
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Memrise!
Can you review it for me pls?

Like what are the pros and cons
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Can you review it for me pls?

Like what are the pros and cons
Great for idioms, colloquialisms and phrases that you're more likely to hear in conversation. Duolingo focuses on grammar so Memrise helps push your conversational skills forward a little. Also (not sure if for Spanish but it does for German) has videos of locals on the street saying those phrases in varying accents. They also have a Tiktok style feed of short videos uploaded over lockdown in the app. I'd use it alongside Duolingo for your first couple of months learning. Then hit the grammar books alongside after a couple of months. I've never paid for Memrise so not sure if the pro features are worth it or not.
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Spanish :3
Qué bueno 😂
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(Original post by beachpanda)
Great for idioms, colloquialisms and phrases that you're more likely to hear in conversation. Duolingo focuses on grammar so Memrise helps push your conversational skills forward a little. Also (not sure if for Spanish but it does for German) has videos of locals on the street saying those phrases in varying accents. They also have a Tiktok style feed of short videos uploaded over lockdown in the app. I'd use it alongside Duolingo for your first couple of months learning. Then hit the grammar books alongside after a couple of months. I've never paid for Memrise so not sure if the pro features are worth it or not.
Ok thank you, has the free version for restrictions? Like what are the cons for the free version
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Qué bueno 😂
Yo necesito agua
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Yo necesito agua
¿En serio necesitas agua? Ajá, ¿lo inventó?
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¿En serio necesitas agua? Ajá, ¿lo inventó?
Absolutely no clue what you just said 😂
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Absolutely no clue what you just said 😂
Google translate helped me
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Yo necesito agua
All I can remember in Spanish is some animals , food , and most family members like mum, sister blah blah blah and simple sentences and thats about it
For example I think sister is hermana and brother is hermano, can't quite remember
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All i can remember is "me encanta el sumo de naranja" lmao.. spanish was the most subject i enjoyed at gcse
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Google translate helped me
You said something about “need”

Lol
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All i can remember is "me encanta el sumo de naranja" lmao.. spanish was the most subject i enjoyed at gcse
What does that mean?

It’s ... the something?
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What does that mean?

It’s ... the something?
Means i love orange juice😂
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You said something about “need”

Lol
What, in the sentence ? I think I said something like what why do you need water ? Idk what I put I forgot 😂 because you said something about water , so Google says
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