@Lisa-Lingvist Ich interessiere mich für Französisch, Italienisch und Hochvalyrisch (ja, ernsthaft!).
I am a German native. I have "finished" my English course here on lingvist as far as it goes for now. Other languages I learned in the past are Latin, French and Italian, though I'm nowhere near fluent in any of these. Right now I'm studying High Valyrian at duolingo, and I'm having quite a hard time with its pronoun declensions.
Posts made by ReinerSelbstschuss
RE: Wünscht Ihr Euch weitere Sprachen? Eure Stimme zählt!
RE: Lingvist Graduates
I'd appreciate an expansion to the course English for German learners. I've been doing this course for a couple of days now, and I love the concept! My English reading skills were fairly good before I even began, but difficulties occured as soon as I tried to express my own thoughts in English, and this course satisfyingly filled the gaps. I was like "Wow, this is the thing! Who needs duolingo, anyways?". So I started practicing and having quite some fun albeit being somewhat ashamed about how many "basic" terms I could not remember. (I even had to look up several words for writing this text.) This is what happened: Just after having scolded myself for yet another word that would't come to my mind, a message popped up saying something like "Congratulations! You have successfully completed this course!", and I was like "Wtf? There's so much left to discover!".
To cut a long story short - please continue doing your excellent job on my beloved English course!
RE: Language Game: how many languages can you guess?
500 on the first run. now i'm off practicing