So, I guess lots of us don't really have much to do. And I assume at least some of us might be interested in learning something new, because why the fuck not? Well recently I started learning german using duolingo/memrise and I was wondering if some robots would be interested in learning some languages together?
I know forming a learning group sounds normie as fuck, but we don't really have to talk about anything social, form a hierarchy or any of the typical normie things. We can just encourage each other to keep learning and maybe explain some things to each other.
Obviously I'm not gonna be a nazi about it, if you want to be social, that's your decision, but it's not the primary goal. So if anyone is interested. Here is the link
Also let me know in the thread what languages would you be interested to learn or any thoughts you might have.
Hey, sorry that the link is invalid. After seeing the thread at the last page with 0 replies, I thought noone was interested.
Here is a new link. Also it doesn't have to be just German, but it could be beneficial. Memrise is pretty great and combined with duolingo(which doesn't let you practice vocabulary opposed to memrise) it's a pretty decent combo.
Nice. I can see that some people joined already. Maybe seeing other people not giving up and getting more points(which you can find in the "List" section) can motivate us robots.
Also I've been already doing this for a week which is why I have more points on that course, but it's good to take your time and learn thoroughly.
I can add many courses. And people don't have to participate in all of them, so yes, it's possible. Who knows, maybe some more people will join you in learning italian! Can people other than me add courses? I honestly don't know.
If you are intetested in learning Japanese, check out the Daily Japanese thread over on /a/, or to avoid that shithole of a thread, use the website an anon put together for it. Taken from the archives:
DJT All In One Japanese Learners Package:
The DJT website is http://bitlasers.com/djt which is the op links reorganized into a single page. Memrise is shit compared to Anki, by the way.
Well memrise is integrated into your browser, so that's one thing I like. But pretty nice links nonetheless.
Also I've added a basic Italian course for those who are interested. Personally though, I'll stick with German for now.
Yes, I've been doing this for about a week now though, so I'm not exactly that fast.
While that is true, I don't consider this group to be something for extremely serious learning. It's a start. Maybe some anons will like it, some will not and move onto something they consider better. But I think it's good to start with anything.
Also I've added more basic courses, so you can choose which you would want to do and which not.