[LMB] News for my Duolingo friends
profjenn12 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 16:16:50 BST 2021
Ice shards: streak freezes.
The notes are only available on desktop unless you're doing a flagship
language like French, German, Italian, Spanish, and one or two more I can't
Whether any given course uses American or British English (or something
else) by default is set by the developers of that course, though both are
always accepted in answers (to a degree, because I can't get the Scottish
Gaelic course to accept "going to the hospital" rather than "going
*"der Platz einer Frau ist in ihrer Firma""The problem with the speed of
light is it comes so early in the morning." (Albert Einstein)*
*"Historiography has then three functions: to entertain our imagination, to
gratify our curiosity, and to discharge a debt we owe our ancestors." (C.S.
Lewis)"If all we have to offer back to the God of the cosmos is Precious
Moments, we're in trouble." (Barbara Nicolosi)*
*"Some things are complicated, and denying it only makes them more so."
*“You can never know everything, and part of what you know is always wrong.
Perhaps even the most important part. A portion of wisdom lies in knowing
that. A portion of courage lies in going on anyway.” (Robert Jordan)"The
one thing you can't trade for your heart's desire is your heart." (Lois
On Tue, Sep 28, 2021 at 11:10 AM Elizabeth Holden <alzurite at gmail.com>
> > On Sep 27, 2021, at 22:23, Elizabeth Holden <alzurite at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So why do I do Duolingo every day? Mostly because I am stubborn enough to
> > want a 250 day streak. I've had more than 200 consecutive days several
> > times, but I'd like to get to that magic 250 days and then stop. Of
> Little Alex asked:
> > Have you try using the ice shards? I wouldn’t have been able to keep my
> streak without them.
> Ice shards? What are ice shards?
> Another minor complaint - I am told there are files and grammar notes
> associated with the lessons I'm doing, but I usually can't find them and
> don't know how to look. As it happens, I know the grammar. But still, it
> would be good to have access that I haven't figured out.
> It's also mildly confusing that the Duolingo that I do on my desktop
> computer and the Duolingo that I do on my phone and tablet are vastly
> different in set-up and style.
> > Am I the only one who thinks that the English in Duolingo is often very
> > strange?
> Little Alex:
> > A little. Though I really do appreciate how inclusive it is.
> Oh, I do too. I love it that I don't have to remember to use American
> Elizabeth Holden <azurite at azurite.ca>
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