As with everything at Lingoda, you are in control of what classes you take and when.
However, as you can see in the My course part of your account, Lingoda has a progressive learning plan, where lessons follow a logical and didactically sound order. This means that the classes in the first chapters are easier, getting more complex the higher the chapter.
We recommend following this order for the best learning outcome, especially at lower levels (e.g. A1 & A2).
To follow the curriculum easily, we have a "recommended classes" filter on the Book classes page, where your next 1, 5 or 10 classes will be shown first.
You can also book the class you want through the My course page. Find out how to do this here.
Want more flexibility?
If you already feel comfortable with a topic, or you don't find that topic very interesting, you are perfectly allowed to skip it.
Another method some of our students choose is to focus on the areas they need to improve, for example a certain grammar area, and book classes on this topic.
If you are refreshing your skills, or reviewing language at a lower level after a break, you also can choose the topics with which you feel less confident, and not take those you don't need help with.