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their interactive stories go further

22 mayo, 2021

Duolingo It is a platform of the most recommended to learn English for free and without getting bored. Mainly for its learning method, quick and enjoyable exercises that with gamification try to strengthen the teaching of a new language, but also for the interactive stories what includes.

The language learning platform just announced that expand your library of interactive stories bringing this functionality, present so far only on the web, iPhone and Android. Users of the first system already have access to these stories available from the application, while the second will have to wait a bit.

Dozens of interactive stories to learn English from the web or mobile

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Duolingo Stories, another way to learn English in a fun way

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Duolingo’s interactive story library offers more than a hundred stories for learning languages. For example, for learn English being a Spanish speaker. The different fables are based on everyday situations and are divided into six collections that are unlocked one by one as we complete the stories.

These stories combine dialogues with voices from the narrator and questions about what is being read and heard, because Duolingo Stories also includes the audio of the stories. In addition, if we do not understand a word, simply put the mouse or click on it, if we are using the platform’s mobile applications, for its translation to appear.

Reading is one of the fastest and most effective ways to learn a language

There is a version "simple" from Wikipedia special for children or adults who are learning English

Reading is one of the fastest and most effective ways to learn a language, and thanks to these interactive stories, learning increases even more. The function is available for users who speak Spanish, Portuguese or Chinese and want to learn English, as well as for users who speak English and want to learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese or Spanish.