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Objective Skill Of The Esperanto Tree

Is there some objective scale (language skill level?) where someone who has mastered the Esperanto tree falls? I don't know anything about proficiency exams or how people are rated for fluency for any language. I assume there's some external scale which isn't your "Level" on Duolingo. Is the tree meant to get you to a certain point on an objective scale? Thanks!

2 years ago

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Last October, Chuck Smith (Amuzulo) said that he thought the course could/should bring someone to CEFR B1 or B2. It's probably worth mentioning that the Duolingo method is a great resource as part of a broader language-learning strategy. I would not recommend doing nothing but Duolingo. Part of a complete breakfast, as they say.

2 years ago

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Yes, I understand. I was just wondering what level of proficiency this one piece of the learning puzzle might provide. Thanks!

2 years ago