https://www.duolingo.com/bergenhopps

Made my tree gold!

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Would you look at that beauty. :D Made it just in time for Tree 2.0 too. Dunno what else to really say, other than it's been a fun ride! I've enjoyed learning this language and immersing myself in Norway's media and culture.

I also wanted to give a big thanks to the Norwegian team for their hard work putting these lessons together. I hope this level of participation shows how much I appreciate their efforts, and I am definitely looking forward to the updated tree!

As to where I'll go from here, I definitely want to keep improving my grammar and vocabulary. I still need to improve on my prepositions used in certain sentences, because I still mix them up from time to time. I've been writing down notes when I note certain contexts used, and it's helped!

Time to watch more Norsk TV!

Tusen takk!

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/philzz
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congratulations! out of curiosity, how many xp/day did you make on average?

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/bergenhopps
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It tends to vary. I take my time with language learning, so keeping a streak isn't that important to me. Depending on my motivation, I do around 50-100 exp on the days I participate, though certain days can go over 200exp if I have a -lot- of free time. (My last "sprint" before reaching the gold tree, I reached 500 since I spent all day sitting around at a hospital watching over someone.)

My tree will undoubtedly de-gold pretty soon since some words I've practiced more than others, but I'm just happy to be able to at least reach it at a single point in time. :D I anticipate doing some more hardcore exp days once the new tree comes out. :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/philzz
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yeah, I'm fighting with degolding at the moment :) I hope to reach soon a moment where I can do 10xp/day in order to maintain the tree completed, so I can start the new tree and start reading some norwegian books.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/paulgilljr

What is the "new tree"?

1 year ago
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