French tree...TWO YEARS
So yeah, this is probably the longest anyone here has taken to complete the French tree (out of those who have completed it).
But it took me two years. I had something of a 470+ streak last week. But now it's gone.
I suppose this is mostly clutter.
But I just wanted to keep this as something of an unofficial proof that I once was a level 25. Because I'm going to reset my "progress" and complete the tree all over again. I hope to be writing one of these cluttery things again sometime soon.
Fantastic job! But did you think of doing the reverse tree instead of removing the progress? People often recommend it, especially since you get much more occasions to write in French instead of English so it's harder and perhaps more effective. Besides, it would be a huge shame to remove it! (Please don't do it! :D)
Congratulations! The level 25 is more impressive than finishing the tree, and I can easily see why it could take two years to finish the tree to that level.
Sweet! Congratulations on your achievement and level 25 in French!
This isn't clutter at all. I see on the message boards that some people worry that they are doing the language tree too slowly with all the postings of people finishing them in a short time period. So your post can motivate them to persevere! Have a lingot I shined just for you!
Congratulations. I'm sorry you lost your steak, but YOU FINISHED YOUR TREE.
Well done. If you reset, you might try testing out as much as you can to see how much you've learned.
Congratulations! I started my journey 4 months ago and I'm less than a month away from completing the tree, though I had a strong foundation in the language to work from when I started. I definitely feel I need to recap a good portion of the tree, though.
Are you planning on doing any further trees after this one?
Félicitacions, Tany! /Congratulations, Tany
Peu importe combien de temps vous avez mis pour achever ce travail, vous avez réussi!
It doesn't matter how long you took to finish this task, you have succeeded! ;)
Good job! I've only completed one tree (Spanish, which is a lot shorter than French's anyway), but it should take time.
Félicitations ! On peut finir un arbre en quelques jours mais ce n'est pas important. Après ces deux ans, je suis sûr que tu as appris beaucoup :).