sort of, kind of (sense, that is). I'm also doing Duolingo and am on Level 23 with that, plus I try to find other online resource/tools/stuff to keep it all fresh, but learning this way is perhaps even more difficult, since it means I'm getting my Welsh "fix" in perhaps too many different ways. Maybe I've made a rod for my own back. Never mind - carry on regardless. The irony is, if someone says something new to me in Welsh, it completely floors me, to the extent that I sink back down a little (only for a millisecond as I'm an eternal optimist, fortunately) and realise that actually, I've got a long, long, long way to go. But hey, Rome wasn't built in a day and, being a Capricorn, you won't find more determined than C R Parkinson round 'yere so it's onward, upward and if necessary, sideways for me! Having recently turned the tender (!) age of 59, I need something to exercise the grey matter and what better than learning Welsh? Unbeatable, it is; absolutely, astonishingly, agonisingly, achingly, amazing! Love it. And love the forum when I get a chance to check in. And, unlike ffrind Cheryl, love SSIW.