(Still, always, want to type that as Duolinguo. Gah.)
So I am at the point with Spanish where I have gone through all of the Duo lessons and am mainly doing "practice weak skills" over and over again. Which is not unwarranted -- there is a lot I'm shaky on still, even of what duo gives me, and I am nowhere near ready for real world applications.
But I sort of want to use Duo to brush up on my German. And I can't decide how to do it.
Option one is to do both German and Spanish, one right after the other. Which is easy enough to get in the habit of (the biggest hurdle is remembering to do it; two lessons instead of one is not a problem) but seems like it would be the most confusing to my brain.
Option two is to alternate days. Spanish one day, German the next, etc. Less immediate switching between languages, but still involves some.
Option three is to alternate weekends/weekdays (so do one Monday-Friday and the other Sat-Sun). Has the advantage of making it easy to remember which I'm supposed to be doing on a given day.
Option four is to alternate weeks.
Option five is to just use duo for German and find a more immersive source for keeping Spanish practice.
...I can't decide. Halp?
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Which option should I do?