- Go to the “Languages” page.
- In the top menu by selecting “Learning Language” from the right-most menu.
- Click either “Reset (all progress lost)” or “Delete this language”.
- If you delete a language.
- It will be gone and cannot be added back except by beginning again at Level 1 of that tree.
You can delete a language from the Duolingo iPhone app if you’ve amassed too many. To do so, you must use your computer. Prior to this update of mobile and web applications, users could delete their chosen language from their phone’s side menu.
Here are some of the problems with Duolingo: the course developers have no teaching experience. The course offerings and most of their lessons are developed by people who, in their own words, never taught it before – and they’re not provided with any sort of training beforehand on how to develop courses.
Although some reviews online indicate Duolingo is a bad way of learning as a beginner, I have found it to be rather suitable.
Although Duolingo doesn’t allow for fluidity in sentences or other advanced features, it is an appropriate method of learning German especially if you’re new to the language.
Swedish. … Spanish.
Dutch. … Portuguese.
If you wish to learn a language with a large number of speakers and which is spoken in many countries, the following languages are listed in order of ‘usefulness’: English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), German, Japanese.