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Crunchyroll and Duolingo are giving away a free month to learn Japanese | spaghetti code

Date: March 2, 2024 Time: 05:33:14

Are subtitles distracting you from all the action of your favorite anime? Then maybe it’s time to start learning Japanese thanks to Crunchyroll and Duolingo who have teamed up to offer an irresistible promotion to all users of the Orange platform.

To celebrate the 6th anniversary of your English to Japanese course, Duolingo offers users and subscribers crispy roll your plan Super Duolingo as a free trial period! From now until July 16, all registered Crunchyroll users can use a free 1-month Super Duolingo trial. In return, Crunchyroll premium users will receive a special Super Duolingo offer via email after they sign up for the program.

Once we click on the following link and enter a couple of registration details (age, name, email address, password), you can start using Super Duolingo’s free trial for one month. A reminder will be sent two days before the end of the trial period, and the amount will be charged from the account at the end of the trial month.

You will be able to find interesting surprises in the course as the lessons will feature iconic phrases from certain anime, which can be a more interesting way to motivate people to learn using resources that anime fans will find interesting, so if you are going to learn Japanese with In this promotions will have to pay attention to the lessons on capturing phrases.

Just to clarify, the Japanese course as of today is in English, unfortunately it is not available in Spanish, but there is an option to take 2 courses at the same time, so you can learn English and then Japanese or if you have already mastered the basics of English , you can learn a different language from the many available to learn in Duolingo.

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Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy
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