Day 72: The queer language app

Duolingo is telling me I missed to indicate the feminine version of "I am not worried".

Duolingo is telling me I missed to indicate the feminine version of "I am not worried".

According to Wikipedia, the sharing economy is characterized by "peer-to-peer-based sharing of access to goods and services (coordinated through community-based online services", which I guess makes for example Wikipedia into part of the sharing economy as well. Which would mean there are so many things I need to try this year that I haven't even thought of...

Another tool that I've started using recently, and which apparently is crowdsourced too is Duolingo. I use it to practice some French, and so far it seems very good. The exercises are repetitive, but I guess that's necessary when learning languages.

Things have changed since I studied French in school though. At that time a bald person with a moustache was a guy, now you can't be so sure...