What is the correct translation for:

Canada

What is the correct translation for:

Canada

What is the correct translation for:

Canada

What is the correct translation for:

Canada

What is the correct translation for:

Canada



7 comments

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nice exercises

I come from

Sunt din Marea Britanie
thank you

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Thank you that was good

Thank you that was good

General course

I find the course very good. But as a traveler, I would prefer more focus on speaking and repeating, and less on reading and writing. Perhaps you could create a track for those of us who want to learn how to verbally communicate? Thanks for your interest and for putting together this valuable introduction to Romanian.

PS Also, I have been unable to open the website and find a place to sign so I can pick up where I left off. Thanks.

Mark Budris

Thank you for your message

Thank you for your message Mark,

I'm sorry to hear that you couldn't log back in, there are several ways:
1) you can click on the little white icon that looks like a person at the very top of the website.
2) you can go straight to https://www.learnro.com/user
3) you can continue with any exercise and when you are asked to create a user, you can choose the option to log-in
actually when you posted the comment you were logged in, and then when you are logged in, in the upper part of the menu you see "My acccount" where you could see in the dashboard your past lessons, or you could go straight to the all lessons page at https://www.learnro.com/romanian-lessons , there the percentage of completion of each lesson is shown.

Your feedback is valuable since it shows that I still need to work on the usability of the site

Actually while taking the exercises you can quit at any time, e.g. before you start the writing part.
You can repeat as many times as you want the same exercise e.g. repeat only the listening part.

I was thinking of dividing exercises between two levels the basic one for everything that does not involve typing, and the advanced one where you need to type, allowing students to choose whether to go to the advanced typing level or just reach the basic level. Actually this can be done as well today, if you choose to Quit that type of exercise when the typing part starts, thus you skip the typing.

For the speaking part, that is more tricky. Actually I did a through research on how to recognize spoken Romanian, however it's a lot of research and work and at this stage I do not have that time. I'm really unhappy to say that. There are paid services that I could use, but the quality of recognizing properly what one said in Romanian was not top. I know other sites offer this type of exercises but actually if you check the quality of their spoken language recognition it's rather average.

It's in my plan though to add exercises for speaking, however I might need some more time.

I'm now focusing on breaking down the more complex sentences into shorter one. I'm a bit slowed down because I'm trying to do that for each language from which you are learning Romanian: English, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish and German. But I'm progressing and I'm happy to do it.

Many thanks one more time for your valuable input, as I'm not aware of all the difficulties that normal users like you are facing.
If you have any other comments I'm happy to clarify!

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