It seems like everyone is playing Wordle now (and we’re not jealous—you can only play Wordle once a day, and you can use Duolingo any time!). Have you tried the addictive letter-puzzle game? If you’re looking for a little extra language practice and a bonus round of Wordle, you’re in luck: there are a ton of copycats out there that have translated the game into new languages! This is more than a game– it’s a fun way to practice vocabulary!

If you haven’t played Wordle before, here’s the deal: you get six guesses to figure out a random five-letter word. The game will tell you if you guess a letter correctly and whether or not that letter is in the right “place” in the word.

And maybe you’ll find that you’re actually better at the game in your new language, since you’re spending every day practicing and reviewing vocabulary! (Right?)

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Find the right Wordle for you!

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➡️ **Play Wordle in Urdu

But, there are other ways to switch up your practice. Duolingo makes it easy to have a varied learning experience, with conversation lessons, Stories, and podcasts. If you’re still looking for more extra credit (gold star for you!) check out these ideas from our experts—permission to watch a TV show and call it language practice!