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What are your guys' Duolingo goals?

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I thought this might be an interesting topic.

Many people are making new year's resolutions for, well, the new year!

<h1>I thought I'd do that to but with DUOLINGO!</h1>

My goals are to:

  • Get 2000 lingots, just because. Right now I have 974. {@style=color:red}

  • Finish my German tree. Right now I think I'm a little past halfway. {@style=color:orange}

  • Get to level 25 in my German tree. Right now I'm at level 15. {@style=color:yellowgreen}

  • See if I can learn passable Italian, just through Duolingo, and maybe finish the tree. I also want to keep the tree gilded as I go through it. Right now, I'm not too crazy about it, but I think maybe that's just because I'm no good at it! {@style=color:limegreen}

  • Host an actually successful XP Competition. Right now, I've hosted a few, but no one really participated. {@style=color:lightblue}

  • Win an XP Competition. Right now, I just can't stick with them.{@style=color:blue}

  • Get 150 XP or higher every Saturday and Sunday. {@style=color:purple}

  • Start a new language seriously on Duolingo. Right now, I have like 9 going but I'm not actually planning on finishing the trees. I'm trying to find another language that is like German; it just kind of fits for me. {@style=color:indigo}

Aaaaand that's all! I hope that I can accomplish these goals and I'll work for them every day!

<h1>Reply to this, and say what your goals are and how you stand on them right now!</h1>
2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Pfiff
Pfiff
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Roughly in order of priority...

  1. Finish the trees for Spanish from English and from German, keeping them gilded as I go along. I'm just past the second checkpoint in both at the moment, but the other checkpoints are much much longer.
  2. Keep my streak until the end of February (when I have a trip to Germany!).
  3. Go through the Hebrew from English course as an alpha tester, if I am chosen.
  4. Get to Level 25 in German. I'm at level 24, so this won't be too hard for me, but it will be a big step for you -- it's a long hard slog from level 15 to level 20, in my experience. Good luck!
  5. Give out more lingots to people for thoughtful comments in discussions.
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/68dustin

I want to...

  1. Get more Lingots
  2. Get a five-week day streak (hey that rhymes)
  3. Get to level ten in French
  4. Get to level five in Italian
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jc_beta
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Have some lingots little dude. You will accomplish all your goals.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/68dustin

Thanks!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Ddesgagne
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I have one primary Duo-goal that overshadows all the rest: attain level 25 in every single language available on Duolingo. I didn't think it was at all possible until I ran into BLAZERUNNER and DonaldKron. Now I'm rather determined to follow in their footsteps...

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MarvinTheR1

I have not used a couple of foreign languages in some time, so I've started using duoLingo (among other things) to gain access to what I once knew, but what lies dormant at the moment.

Right now I'm focusing on Spanish. My duolingo trainer is set to 50 XP / day, but I try to do at least 100 XP in Spanish, 20 XP in English (just for fun), and 10 XP in French.

The German version of duoLingo only offers those 3 languages, I might add some other languages later (English version), but for now I want to focus on Spanish anyway.

So far I've made at least 130 XP per day :), but it's only been a week :D.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/YariMsika
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FINISH THE POLISH TREE!!!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Uzzyla
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  1. A hundred day streak (preferably 366 days, but I know I'll be away w/o internet at some point.
  2. Finish the whole Norwegian tree I think that's ambitious enough for this year! ;) Good luck with your goals!
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/akka13722
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My 2016 goals are pretty boring, mainly focussing on German

  1. Finish the German tree (hopefully in less than 6 months which I think is doable)
  2. Get to level 25 in German (currently level 9)
  3. Host a translation comp because I think it would be interesting.
  4. Work on translations in Immersion at least once a week.
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jc_beta
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Good luck on your goals. You will have to play a lot of duo to go from 15 to 25 in one year! I am going to finish my french tree this year and begin my reverse Spanish tree now that I have finished my Spanish tree. I would like to become conversationally fluent in French, as I currently am in Spanish.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JuRom00
JuRom00
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  1. Actually keeping my day streak (100 days maybe)
  2. Redo Norwegian and finishing the whole tree without deleting the process
  3. Level 15 in Spanish (in German)
  4. Not letting Dutch (completely) slip
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Delta1212
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My German tree is finally re-completed after the update, so I'm going to put some energy into making sure it stays gold.

I did the first half of the Esperanto tree sort of on a whim over a single weekend, so I'm going to see if I can finish the second half this weekend since my schedule is mostly open for a change.

Haven't planned anything specific goal-wise beyond that point yet. I'll either be focusing on Danish or Spanish from German, but I haven't mapped out any kind of schedule or concrete milestones for anything yet.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/annemariekaas

I don't really have much time for duolingo, because of school, but i definintly hope to finish my tree this year :) and if I, at some point this year, get the time, I also wanna start a new one. I'm thinking either German og French, because I already know a bit from back in middel-school :)

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Jaycat1234

I may as well do this, seeing as I've been awful at practising my Italian:

  1. Go on Duolingo frequently (I'm too busy to guarantee I can start a streak going)
  2. At some point, actually practice with someone, either talking face to face or via text
  3. ROLL THAT BLOODY R
  4. Gain confidence in speaking it
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/rumnraisin
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  1. Help you a tiny bit along the way to 2000 lingots by giving you enough to get you to 1000.
  2. Finish the Swedish tree by May. I'm about halfway there; this seems achievable.
2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Krinadoodle
Krinadoodle
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Thanks for the lingots! :D

2 years ago