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I started learning Spanish then German with Duolingo. I then added Dutch recently. Both Spanish and German have a panel on the right of home page that shows your proficiency. Dutch doesn't have that just the level your at. Is there are reason for that or can that be fixed?

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2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/MouPeMantissa

Don't trust that fluency meter. It's inaccurate, annoying and useless.

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Thx, yea I got that, just wondering

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Only a select few languages have the fluency meter. Dutch is not one of them.

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Thx

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The fluency percentage is only available for the original languages. (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portugese)

It doesn't show up for the other languages.

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