French tree completed!
This is my third tree completed after Spanish and German. To be honest, out of those, I enjoyed French the least, but I still plowed through it and where I live it's somewhat useful. I think some review is warranted before I jump to complete my fourth tree. I was thinking Italian or Portuguese..?
Merci. I already speak Russian. Swedish, though interesting, isn't very important to me currently. :)
Congratulations. Portuguese would probably be easiest, considering how similar it is to Spanish.
Don't take it for granted... Portuguese can be a pain.. Português é difícil pacaramba, se eu não tivesse nascido no Brazil certamente não escolheria Português como segunda ou terceira ou quarta ou quinta língua..
Brazilian Portuguese is easy game, pretty straightforward, but yeah, it can get tricky sometimes.
En combien de temps as-tu complété l'arbre ?
I don't know how you manage to complete a tree if you didn't enjoy it. You're a hard worker.
Congratulations et felicitations! I'm wondering what your language learning goals are? Do you want to be conversant, or literate? Completing a tree by level 14 may give you some ability to read French, (or any other language) however, if you want to have a conversation, I don't think that's enough repetition, though I could be wrong. It looks like you've started quite a few trees, I'm guessing those languages don't have as much appeal to you. Maybe you just want to conquer the trees, and why not? That is a worthy goal as well! As for me, I want to jump into something very different, so I've started the Turkish and am looking forward to the Hindi because of the interesting script, and Vietnamese because of the tonal aspects. Bonne Chance! (Also, I'm curious why French was the least enjoyable to you.)
CONGRATULATIONS! But if you want my opinion in which language you should go for next, then i would pick Italian. French, Spanish, English and Italian are all Latin based languages. So if you completed the Italian tree then you would know all the Latin languages. But this is just my opinion, however you would have to decide which one you enjoy most
Well, I mean, Portuguese is also a Romance language (originating from Rome, hence Latin) so to finish all the Latin based languages, you'd have to go through both of them. I would personally go with Portuguese because with Brazil becoming such an economic power and more relevant in business opportunities, it would seem optimal to choose that one. Nonetheless, they are both beautiful languages and it would be amazing to learn all Latin-originated languages!
Congrats :) ! I just started my first language, French, so it seems like such an impossible goal to me lol
Sorry if this sounds ignorant, but now that you've finished your French tree, what is your degree of fluency?
You have completed French tree but your level shows 14. What is the maximum level for any language in duolingo and how it is achieved?
The maximum level is 25. The XP required goes up for each level so most people will finish their tree well before this. However I find it useful, or even necessary, to keep doing the lessons so as to keep the knowledge on the tip of my tongue (so to speak).
Yes, what hivemindx said. Just because one completes the tree doesn't necessarily make one fluent or near fluent. It's a good benchmark, but further immersion and practice is key to help attain fluency.
i agree that additional practice is needed. i finished my tree at level 11. but then again i was a native speaker who needed to re-immerse. please note the "was" because i would not refer to myself as fluent these days and i feel nowhere near ready to a have a full conversation about anything too deep with a native speaker.
if i am not mistaken, on the side panel of your home page, i believe it estimates your fluency level based on your xps, repetitions, etc...
Congratulations! I finished my French tree just the other day as well and now I am on to completing the English tree from French. After that I will finally tackle Spanish OR German.
Way to go! I was going to suggest Russian since it is my first language love. But then I saw your name. I vote Portuguese.
Good job man, I don't like it either but I feel better for learning it for some reason. Right now I'm waiting for the russian tree to come out any time now.
im still in French my mom is making me cuz I'm homeschooled I don't like it. sometimes its hard sometimes its easy.... its so confusing! like trying to turn off a bomb... red or blue, blue or red.....