It's time to recognize Ukrainian

Moderator
Ress de Deutschland

It's time to recognize Ukrainian as a fully supported language.

It has:

4:44:48 hours of the beginner content,

5:53:34 hours of the advanced content,

and definitely more than 5 hours of intermediate content.

September 2017
  • Branicek sk Slowakei

    Just out of curiosity, what does the classification change?

    September 2017
    • Swedishfinngermanophile fi Finnland

      As far as I can remember the following things

      1. The lingq avatar gets cloths items that represent the culture of the language (German: Bavarian farmer, French: Napoelon outfit, etc.)

      2. All the lessons in the beginner courses (Who is she, eating out, and I think there was another one as well) gets published (not 100 % about this one)

      3. Recognition that the language has at least 2 hours of beginner, 5 hours of intermediate and advanced materiel.

      September 2017
  • gregf fr Frankreich

    Great news! The more languages the better, as far as I'm concerned.

    September 2017
  • Moderator
    Ress de Deutschland

    Any official reply from the LingQ team?

    October 2017
    • Moderator
      steve ca Kanada

      Mark should reply. I think we should make Ukrainian supported simply because of the amount of good content there, including the new mini stories which are excellent. I believe Oksana did a great job. But we can't keep adding avatars etc. I think leaving languages as Beta is just a warning too people that the available content may be limited. Otherwise there is no real difference.

      October 2017
      • Moderator
        Ress de Deutschland

        The mini stories are really excellent.

        The avatars are not so important. The content is more important. And we do have it for Ukrainian.

        October 2017
        • Moderator
          steve ca Kanada

          I understand that we will change the status of Ukrainian, and any other language with enough resources, but only the status will change, nothing else.

          October 2017