I did around an hour on Duolingo today. That was all I could manage because I was tired after work. I’m going to study my test textbook tomorrow.
I did an hour on Duolingo, and memorised the conditional endings of verbs. Next is the subjunctive!
I’ve been busy with work lately and really tired, so all I’m managing to do is Duolingo. I did about an hour today. We have a 4-day weekend coming up, and I plan to get back onto my test studies then.
I did about an hour of Duolingo today. I also tried to recall the imperfect tense endings from memory. I think I’ve got it. Next is the future tense.
I did a lot today. I practiced some verb questions in my level 3 test textbook, and realised that I’m still confusing the past, conditional, subjunctive and future, so I’m going to focus on memorizing one a day. Today I memorized the past imperfect endings.
I did a lot of Duolingo too – maybe around an hour and a half.
I did about an hour of Duolingo. It’s something simple to do when I’m not feeling very motivated. Must get back on to the test study tomorrow though.
I did an hour of Duolingo today. I must get back onto my exam study. Duolingo has become a habit though, which is a good thing!
I did an hour of Duolingo today, and looked over the conjugations for the conditional. I understand it in theory, but will need a lot of practice before I can use it.
I did about an hour of Duolingo, and studied the future tense in my textbook. I can see me getting confused with the imperfect, the future, the conditional and subjunctive tenses, so I’m learning one at a time.
I did a lot today – 2 hours of Duolingo, and the imperfect tense exercises in my textbook. The more I study, the more the language makes sense, and the more I enjoy it. I’m going to be busy from next week so I won’t be able to keep up this pace, but I’ll do what I can.