Ben D Bus wrote: »
I've been using it for over a year to learn Spanish. I really like it. I use it on my daily commute.
It's very good for vocabulary, tenses, and for basic grammatical structures
But for learning to converse in a language it's pretty useless imo. Not a fault of Duolingo, simply the case that there's only one way to really learn a language and that's to use it in the real world.
Nevertheless, I highly recommend Duolingo.
Just out of curiosity, which language(s) are you looking at learning with it?
Scarinae wrote: »
I've been using the French one for a few weeks, I was thinking that it would be a good starting point anyway and then I was thinking of signing up for French lessons in the new year.