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how to get over level 12 of italian?

i want to reach until level 25 and i finished till level 12 and how do i get level 13 and onwards

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i mean i cant see level 13 as i finished level 13

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Well, I'm still not sure what you mean. But if you keep doing exercises you will continue going up in level. Doing "Strengthen Skills" and keeping your tree golden are ways to do this.

Your level and finishing a language tree are not tied to each other. Level just indicates how many XPs you have earned while working at the language you are studying. You can continue to increase in level after working all the way through a tree.

3 anni fa

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so you telling that since i have completed the tree knowledge of italian language at level 12 that i need to continue to exercise and redo my exercises so that to increase my level

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That is right. 25 is the top level attainable, as you say. The higher the level, the more points needed to advance to the next level.

Besides repeating lessons on your tree, you can earn points by translating in Immersion.

3 anni fa

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thanks slogger for your valuable input and expertise... according to your experience which language is more useful for financial gain french or german

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my thinking was that there were lessons and units to be done to teach until level 25 but thereisnt? right? i dont like translating any other way of reaching or leveling up until level 25 quickly and easy way

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You're welcome, AsadowAli. As far as financial gain goes, I don't know which would be better for you. Each can have its advantages, depending on where you are or where you wish to live. Maybe others will speak up with advice. Everything else being equal, I would guess that German would be more useful in that regard, as Germany has the stronger economy.

If you are not translating with Immersion, the fasted way to earn points is to do "Strengthen Skills" or "Strengthen Individual Skill" timed exercises,. With those you can earn up to 20 points per attempt, providing Duo has not got you in some sort of A/B test.

[added] Another way to strengthen your Italian skills would be to work on the English for Italian speakers course here at Duo. But I do not think this would add to your Italian for English speakers level (but I do not know for sure).

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slogger

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Impara una lingua in soli 5 minuti al giorno. Gratis.