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An exciting change coming down the pipes


What a great idea! Excited to see it in action!




sounds fantastic


Newyddion gwych Aran !!!


That sounds amazing. I think it would be good to have the option to “switch to manual” - if that is technically possible? - in case you wanted to go back to something specific. I’m currently on Challenge 3 of Level 1 so I don’t actually know whether that is something people do, but I think I might fall out of love with an algorithm that you couldn’t override if you wanted to. Overall though I love this idea! Would it be part of the current subscription or an optional upgrade?


Sounds very interesting indeed, if you could make the tutor a hologram as well that would be perfect - thanks! :wink:


Dw i ddim yn siwr!


Yn gorau!


Sounds like a great idea!!


I appreciate the reasons for not teaching grammar, but there comes a point where speaking and vocabulary would be greatly enhanced by a grounding in grammar - so, how about a grammar module (possibly to slip in between either levels 2-3, or 3-advanced) using the SSiW style and teaching method?


Sounds brilliant.


Diolch i’r arglwydd, Rhywbeth newydd i helpu ni. Diolch i chi i gyd am eich brwdfrydedd a’ch geaith galed.


That sounds fantastic. :slightly_smiling_face::slightly_smiling_face::slightly_smiling_face:


Sounds great! Will the tutors still recommend a range of drinks to recover from difficult sessions?


I agree that this sounds really interesting. I have done a French course that uses AI. Very different from SSiW in method, but I really liked how targeted the lessons were on things I needed to work on. I would echo Siaron’s question. Will this tool be useful for those of us who have finished all the levels, but want a bit of help with targeted review and extending our learning of the language.


Dwi’n edrych ymlaen!


Can’t wait to see what it will be like…


This will be great for me as I live in Australia


I’d be the most interested in “how good (rather bad to be honest) I am”. And agree with @siaronjames and @neil-pyper asking about those of us who already finished it all.


Sounds like a great idea :grinning: