“Test everything.” This is one of the key operating principles that we follow at Duolingo in order to continuously improve the learning experience for our users. It means we rely heavily on experiments and data to help us make informed decisions about any updates or new features we launch.
by Lavanya Aprameya on Fri 10 January 2020
by Maggie Hewitt on Thu 19 December 2019
Over the course of the 2019 Democratic debates, we analyzed each candidate's language choices with a tool we developed called the CEFR Checker to measure the English proficiency level that they used. Read on to see how the candidates have measured up.
by Will Monroe on Mon 16 December 2019
Duolingo's fun, quirky sentences can usually be translated in many different ways. For example, the German sentence Hilfe, das Pferd frisst die heilige Kartoffel! ("Help, the horse is eating the holy potato!") currently has 72 accepted translations, with "eats" instead of "is eating", "this" and "that" instead of "the ...
by Bozena Pajak and Karin Tsai on Wed 11 December 2019
We've made lots of updates and improvements to the Duolingo learning experience in 2019, and are looking ahead to many more in the New Year.
by Ciaran Iòsaph MacAonghais on Wed 27 November 2019
By learning Scottish Gaelic, you will gain a connection to Scotland's rich cultural history while supporting a language that has survived against all odds.
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