Duolingo now supports Chinese, but it probably won’t help you become fluent

Duolingo today added support for Chinese and that’s a big deal for a few reasons. The language learning app has provided Spanish and German since it was in private beta back in 2011, but didn’t add Asian languages until recently — Japanese was added in May and Korean in September. That’s generally because those languages are difficult to learn and involve composing completely different curriculums.

Chinese is the most-spoken language in the world, and…
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  1. 16/11/2017

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