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Duolingo adds Japanese to its catalog of languages

Duolingo announced today that it was adding Japanese to its language courses. The course teaches English-speaking users the hiragana syllabary in addition to Japanese phrases, with katakana cards being available on the company’s Tinycards app. Duolingo called the course “the most highly anticipated course launch in our five-year history.” The language app first teased the release of the Japanese course last month, with a very positive response on both Facebook and Twitter: Surprise… we’re finally building a Japanese course! It’ll be ready in one month. Click here to get notified:https://t.co/Soq7zkmYYa pic.twitter.com/7PZiLyAVxu — Duolingo (@duolingo) April 20, 2017 With the inclusion… …read more

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