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eskandar wrote:As far as I know, salaam or salaam alaikum / assalaam alaikum are far and away the most common greetings used by Pashto speakers. But I'd defer to Meera on this too if she disagreed.
JasleenKaur wrote:This App lets you learn any kind of language and practice anytime anywhere. Love learning languages Duolingo is an app that help you learn easily.
OldBoring wrote:Alaikum must be the Pashto gozaimasu or seumnida/hamnida.JasleenKaur wrote:This App lets you learn any kind of language and practice anytime anywhere. Love learning languages Duolingo is an app that help you learn easily.
Thank you very much. Now I've learnt that Duolingo is for learning languages.
OldBoring wrote:Alaikum must be the Pashto gozaimasu or seumnida/hamnida
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:Someone still into Duolingo? What language(s) are you learning with it?
I noticed that the app was very different on an iPhone, that's weird. Apart from that I still really like it. I'm now doing Danish, a lesson each day.
TeneReef wrote:I'm kinda flirting with Guarani for Spanish speakers.
Karavinka wrote:I took their placement test in French. I was given Level 25, though I have no idea what that means
Karavinka wrote:And I notice Klingon is there. Why isn't that listed on the app version? Curious. And I noticed Catalan and Guarani are offered only in Spanish. Hmm.
vijayjohn wrote:I have no idea yet why Arabic is still at 0%, but Hindi is at 90% and Indonesian at 71%! Yay!
Naava wrote:I've been learning Welsh for ages in Duolingo but I feel like I'm not going anywhere. I can count to ten and say that I like vegetables, but I keep forgetting everything else. I think the problem is that at first I tried to get as many levels unlocked as possible because doing the same level again and again is boring.
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