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You can already learn Alto Valyrio and Klingon thanks to Duolingo for Android

Duolingo, the language learning application par excellence, has just added three new languages ​​to its version intended for mobile .…

You can already learn Alto Valyrio and Klingon thanks to Duolingo for Android

Duolingo, the language learning application par excellence, has just added three new languages ​​to its version intended for mobile . While the first of them, Czech , will be useful to all those who plan to travel to Prague this summer, or make a trip to the Czech Republic, the truth is that the other two languages ​​that today come to Duolingo for Android will not be so useful on a day to day basis.

And is that after having made its way through the desktop version of the platform, Duolingo for Android already has lessons Alto Valyrio, the characteristic language of Game of Thrones , Y Klingon, for all those fans of Star Trek .

Learn for free Klingon and ALto Valyrio from your mobile

You can already learn Alto Valyrio and Klingon thanks to Duolingo for Android

You can already learn Alto Valyrio and Klingon thanks to Duolingo for Android

At this point everyone should know Duolingo already, and if not, you’re missing what is probably the best application to learn languages ​​available on Android. It is a tool that, Through different levels and challenges divided into different lessons, it allows you to learn new languages ​​in a simple, free, and most important, fun way.

Now, thanks to the new update of the application, it is already possible to learn two of the most popular fictional languages ​​of the television and film universe as they are Alto Valyrio and the Klingon . In the first case, it is about a language that is based on Russian , and that is formed by more than 2,000 words included in Duolingo after a collaboration withcreator of languages ​​of the series Game of Thrones .

On the other hand, the Klingon, originally created by Mark Okrand to be used in the series and films of Star Trek , and later developed as a fully functional language, this time is in a course supported by the linguist Trekkie Felix Malmenbeck, who worked with Duolingo for three years to bring it to reality.

From today, it is already possible to access the three new courses of Duolingo from your Android application, completely free of charge.

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