Why isn't there a fluency for Norwegian???
I agree that of all of the duolingo courses the Norwegian course is the best of the bunch. I say this after completing the French course and then testing into a 4th semester university course. I love the amount of vocabulary and the tips and notes are extremely useful in the Norwegian course which i unfortunately can not say for the French course.
i don't know but we aren't really losing anything special, that fluency meter is as useful as sand in the desert.
Sand in the desert is very useful.
It wouldn't be the desert without it.
Oh, are you saying that this such amazing and long Norwegian course was written completely by volunteers?
So I guess the next question would be, is there a plan to convert it to something more 'official'? The fluency meter, as arbitrary as it -may- be, it does give another goal to shoot for, helping give incentive to study.