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Would you recommend Duolingo to a friend?
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Jon Lax@jlax · Product Design Director Facebook
I have paid several hundred dollars for Rosetta Stone. Duolino is similar in method and just as good. I have used both for basic Spanish and IMHO they are equivalent. Rosetta Stone has more languages and may be better at more advanced levels.
Gabriel Reynard@gabrielreynard · Business Lover ✌
Duolingo is revolutionary. My wife uses to learn english and it's fun, we both interact and use. Great tool.
Philip Crawford@wiscodude · Manifestly: Checklists for Teams
I purchased Rosetta Stone a bunch of years ago for several hundred dollars. It wasn't nearly as helpful as Duolingo. The #1 feature of http://duolingo.com is having it on your phone. Got a few minutes waiting for a friend? Learn some Spanish! ❤️ it!
Ryan Hoover@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Admittedly I haven't tried Duolingo but I keep hearing about it from friends (like @jtzou).
David Singer@singer · Product person
I liked Duolingo as a refresher for some basics. Helped me get things back. I'm not sure about progressing with it, as I haven't tried anything new, but the form factor is nice, it's fun to do, and if you're consistent with it, it can be effective.