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XP needed per level

Hey guys, I got a question. I was wondering how many XP-points I need per level to reach the next one. I'm asking this because I want to reach lvl 25 in Spanish and I'm aiming to get 100 XP points a day.

March 18, 2014


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Though I'm adding yet another chart, I put mine in a format that's easiest for me to understand at a glance. Maybe you'll find it to be the same:

  • Level 1: 0 → 59 (60 point span)
  • Level 2: 60 → 119 (60 point span)
  • Level 3: 120 → 199 (80 point span)
  • Level 4: 200 → 299 (100 point span)
  • Level 5: 300 → 449 (150 point span)
  • Level 6: 450 → 749 (300 point span)
  • Level 7: 750 → 1,124 (375 point span)
  • Level 8: 1,125 → 1,649 (525 point span)
  • Level 9: 1,650 → 2,249 (600 point span)
  • Level 10: 2,250 → 2,999 (750 point span)
  • Level 11: 3,000 → 3,899 (900 point span)
  • Level 12: 3,900 → 4,899 (1,000 point span)
  • Level 13: 4,900 → 5,999 (1,100 point span)
  • Level 14: 6,000 → 7,499 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 15: 7,500 → 8,999 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 16: 9,000 → 10,499 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 17: 10,500 → 11,999 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 18: 12,000 → 13,499 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 19: 13,500 → 14,999 (1,500 point span)
  • Level 20: 15,000 → 16,999 (2,000 point span)
  • Level 21: 17,000 → 18,999 (2,000 point span)
  • Level 22: 19,000 → 22,499 (3,500 point span)
  • Level 23: 22,500 → 25,999 (3,500 point span)
  • Level 24: 26,000 → 29,999 (4,000 point span)
  • Level 25: 30,000 and up
November 25, 2016


Good job outlining all that. Solid effort. Grab a lingot!

July 18, 2017


How do you know your level? If you help me I will give you 5 lingots

September 24, 2019


You can see your XP for every language you learn on your profile page.

Furthermore, the numbers next to the flags after peoples names in the comment section are the levels for the corresponding languages.

September 28, 2019


You can also see your level on the web browser version by clicking on your profile pic (top right) -> settings -> learning language (menu item) -> reset or remove languages.

You can then see your level for each language.

Does this help you? ;-)

October 19, 2019, 7:05 PM


want be my friend smiddeon?

August 30, 2017


Why this comment get 61 downvotes? :D

March 3, 2019


Apparently because in this day and age, asking someone to be your friend publicly or even privately is considered cringe worthy. It is on par with saying "do you like me?" coming from men, women are okay though. But you know what! I will up vote this guy even though he mistyped the name of the guy he wants to befriend!

May 22, 2019



June 5, 2019


we dont know

April 25, 2019



June 2, 2019


Thanks! I was just supposed to make a table looking pretty much EXACTLY the same as yours. :O Dankon! :)

May 8, 2017


Thanks! Now I know I am close to leveling up in Russian. Take a lingot!

April 27, 2017


Actually, if you want to know how close you are to leveling up, just check your profile. There is a row saying "XP to next level" or something, which will display a number that is the amount of XP needed to advance.

February 14, 2019


No longer...

June 22, 2019


Then go to duome.eu/your_username/ for general info and duome.eu/your_username/progress for precise info about the language you are studying.

So, in your case: https://duome.eu/EdNed2

August 6, 2019


Nice! Thanks!

August 8, 2019


For Duo, having a single "level 25" ceiling common to all languages, irrespective of particular language content, provides a lowest common denominator language "badge" in the Duo game that some attain in any given language, then once they collect it, I guess some forget that tree and move to another language - why not be a multi-badge apparent polyglot, and skip to another language if that is your Duo game? - I'm not knocking it, it looks like it's a game that some players really get into. Just search “level 25” in this forum, lots of congratulations, now I can move on… etc. Your public profile never goes beyond level 25, so why stick to progressing in a language past that? So you can perhaps get A1 CEFR in multiple languages and I completely see how that works for some Duo gamers. But for other Duo gamers intent on getting good in one, or perhaps two, or even three languages, and going way past the effort of reaching level-25, this saturation point is just demotivational.

I guess there are a mix of truly talented multi-language Duo players, some with many languages way (way) past level-25, and a few Duo level-25 prize/badge collectors, that get the level-25 and go on to the next language – But as they all show level-25 as a maximum, you can't tell the difference between in-depth devotees and badge collectors. Duo hasn't addressed this as an incentive within the game. In retaining an arbitrary saturation point at level-25, Duo is incentivising badge-collection in its game play, and ignoring in-depth study past level-25 as an equally valued type of play, despite Duo aspiring to CEFR levels, etc. In using an arbitrary saturation point, level-25, Duo fosters multiple top-badge collection game-play above progression of in-depth skills game-play; IMHO both types of game-play should be equally recognised in the publicly used metrics.

With the different options of earning additional XP (including the additional course content and crowns), why not remove the ceiling on levels at level-25, why not levels 26 and on? (perhaps level 25 and higher numbers in black, like belts on a ninja-owl, indicating that a significant threshold has been reached, but still that indicated progression is possible beyond the threshold). Some martial arts use a black belt as such a threshold indicator of recognition, but they still have higher levels in terms of 1st Dan, 2nd Dan, etc., they still show progress above that threshold level. Perhaps levels of above 25 should have XP spans continuing the current sequence, as proposed here: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/2261330/XP-needed-per-level, or have some other steeper progression, but progression past level 25 should be made possible, for recognition of in-depth game-play past that level.

The publicly indicated metric with a ceiling, "level 25" is an insensitive instrument as an indicator of game progression, it doesn't reflect real differences in progress within the Duo game beyond level-25; in the context of the Duo game, beyond level-25, it is not a valid instrument, it is a poor indicator of advanced game achievement.

However, without the level-25 cap, I think the metric used by Duo, "level", is a fair reflection of in-game progress. Before the level-25 cap, the metric "level" encourages beginners with small spans of XP between levels, it has progressively larger spans between levels as XP levels increase, to help provide increased challenge as levels progress, and includes XP gained from all game sources, crowns, stories, etc. When course content is added, the metric "level" remains unchanged, whereas something indicating percentage of course completed would be reduced. So, before the level-25 cap, "level" is a robust, graduated, inclusive, metric of in-game progress. In contrast, validated, accredited assessments of real fluency may be poor indicators of in-game progress, and unworkable as day-by-day indicators of in-game effort. For example, my profile shows English (14) - that's as far as I got in the reverse tree from Spanish in the context of the Duo game (I made the old Duo English tree gold, as played from Spanish), and I think level 14 is a fair reflection of my progression in the Duo game, in that context - however, I hope level 14 (English) doesn't reflect my real fluency in English! Ehrm.. ahh.... some of my students may say it does..

However, the continued use of capped level-25 as a public metric, especially in the upskilled crowns system, with its continued and welcome additional game/course content, is becoming increasingly invalid as a metric of in-depth game play, as more and more additional content is provided, providing game-play increasingly past level 25. Removing the level-25 ceiling would not indicate language fluency in the highlighted public metric, that's a different question, but the improved metric "level" would accurately indicate lengthened progress in a language, or languages, in the context of the Duo game; I doubt I’ll ever be fluent, but I want my real level of progress within the game past level-25 to be accurately reflected as my publicly available metric, rather than some view-able, limited, level-25 badge.


Spanish (30), by the uncapped metric "level" tabulated above, with thanks to Yann_Leglise

April 28, 2019


Levels are actually meaningless, I can get bunch of xp by going over reviews of the first exercise, crowns seem to be much better metric. I can be master of 10 Japanese characters with level 25 if I was really after the levels. And people who learn languages outside of DuoLingo can be level 10 here and be perfectly fluent. It does not tell you much other than time estimate of playing DuoLingo.

May 24, 2019


NetAndyCz, I totally agree with your point of view, Levels indicate dedication to this platform exclusively, I am fluent in three languages (Spanish, English and Hebrew) and getting to 25 in those, will require of me repeating lessons, the easiest the faster by the way

July 18, 2019


So level 25 is the max level?

March 29, 2018


Yes! Even if you receive messages from Duo saying that next level is 26. Or maybe your app can show you have reached level 26 offline (already reported bug). Keep practicing every day.

March 31, 2018


wow your've reached level 25 in nearly 6 languages!

March 26, 2019


DANG YOU HAVE SO MANY 25s!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

June 29, 2019


well he has 4 doctorates, it is easy for him

September 21, 2019


I only have up to level 5. Why I wonder

October 7, 2018


But you are Level 25 in Spanish and Level 8 in French. These are XP Levels. Perhaps you are thinking of Crown Levels, which has a maximum of 5.

October 7, 2018


I think I’ve finally figured it out, after poking around the icons for a bit. Thanks for the help.

October 10, 2018


hi 120s4. you almost made it to level 25

October 3, 2019


Very nice ,Thank you,
Çok güzel, Teşekkürler.

November 27, 2017


For those who may be interested, here is what the sequel would be if we would continue the series based on the tendency of the current mapping:

• Level 25: 30,000 → 34,999 (5,000 point span)

• Level 26: 35,000 → 39,999 (5,000 point span)

• Level 27: 40,000 → 45,999 (6,000 point span)

• Level 28: 46,000 → 52,999 (7,000 point span)

• Level 29: 53,000 → 59,999 (7,000 point span)

• Level 30: 60,000 → 67,999 (8,000 point span)

• Level 31: 68,000 → 76,999 (9,000 point span)

• Level 32: 77,000 → 86,999 (10,000 point span)

• Level 33: 87,000 → 96,999 (10,000 point span)

• Level 34: 97,000 → 107,999 (11,000 point span)

• Level 35: 108,000 → 120,999 (13,000 point span)

• Level 36: 121,000 → 133,999 (13,000 point span)

• Level 37: 134,000 → 147,999 (14,000 point span)

• Level 38: 148,000 → 163,999 (16,000 point span)

• Level 39: 164,000 → 179,999 (16,000 point span)

• Level 40: 180,000 → 196,999 (17,000 point span)

• Level 41: 197,000 → 215,999 (19,000 point span)

• Level 42: 216,000 → 235,999 (20,000 point span)

• Level 43: 236,000 → 256,999 (21,000 point span)

• Level 44: 257,000 → 278,999 (22,000 point span)

• Level 45: 279,000 → 301,999 (23,000 point span)

• Level 46: 302,000 → 326,999 (25,000 point span)

• Level 47: 327,000 → 352,999 (26,000 point span)

• Level 48: 353,000 → 380,999 (28,000 point span)

• Level 49: 381,000 → 409,999 (29,000 point span)

• Level 50: 410,000 and up

(I didn't go further as I don't think anyone have that much XP)

December 23, 2018


When I first saw this post a few weeks ago, I thought it was merely interesting. However, on further reflection, I think there’s some merit in extending the XP levels beyond 25. In the pre-crown era, if you achieved level 25 in a language, then it almost certainly guaranteed that you had completed the tree and done considerable practice. But with the advent of crowns, that’s no longer the case. As an example, to complete all the lessons in the French tree (Tree 8) to crown level 5 will require almost 72,000 XP. Extending the XP levels above 25 would provide a more appropriate measure of achievement in the crown world.

February 14, 2019


Pre-crown Era it took me until Level 13 to complete the Spanish Tree. Post Crown Era I am Level 16 in Danish and not even halfway hahaha.

February 27, 2019


Pre-crowns = 0 trees Crowns = 3 trees https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/31110301

March 3, 2019


Typically D&D and video games had an increasing requirement for each level because harder monsters awarded more experience points when defeated, but this is not the case here. An increasing span should be balanced by awarding more points for higher skills.

March 10, 2019


I agree. Some days I don't have the motivation to challenge myself because the digital reward is the same no matter what I do, so I just do a simple practice to maintain a streak. I feel more people would continue to challenge themselves if they were actually able to see a bigger payout.

September 11, 2019


Oh, that's interesting. Thanks for adding this, this is very helpful. Take my lingot. However, there are people with 410,000+ XP. Check this out, I know some aren't legit, but here's the list of players over 100,000 XP.

February 13, 2019


Hi Gwaugle. You're welcome. In the link you shared, this is the cumulated amount of XP over all the languages one may learn on DL. When I meant I didn't think anyone would have more than level 50, it was relative to one specific language. But still, maybe if someone trains for decades on the same language, it might happen XD.

February 13, 2019


No, I understood that, but I still thought that was interesting for the people with 100,000XP+ for one language. (Sorry for the 3 MONTH LONG late reply, lol)

June 13, 2019



April 18, 2019


Long way to go... I did bit of French outside of Duolingo, but recently I am getting only 20 xp per crown level (as I would die of boredom if I had to do the exact same exercises 15 times for crown for 150 xp), so not much xp, are the levels still based on xp or is it based on crowns now?

May 24, 2019



June 9, 2019


Thanks! I'm almost at level 25 in German

May 11, 2019


And now you've reached it! Congrats!

June 23, 2019


4000xp doesnt seem like too much. ;) like around 400 lessons or way less for revisoin since the whole tree is pretty much like finished. When did you finish the tree on what level?

September 26, 2017


It is very much individual. I still have 6 classes to go through and currently am at 10.000xp.

September 27, 2017


Thank you a bunch

October 31, 2017


Thank you for the list, very helpful.

February 11, 2018


Thank you very much for your complete answer

January 18, 2018


i got a question my friend, i can see u have tons of lvl 25´s, is this app enough to know a lot about a language when u get to lvl 25 or u must use other apps to learn as well?

February 2, 2018


If your goal is to "know a lot about a language", then yes, getting to level 25 will certainly accomplish that. As for true fluency, you would really have to communicate with other people using that language. Duolingo does not test your speed, which is essential to communication ability with a language that is foreign to you.

March 15, 2018


If you are on a computer, you should try Duolingo Stories as they communicate with you/each other. I tried one and they’re really helpful.

March 11, 2019


Duolingo gives to you a level B2 in english, to get the C1 one you must to go to other fonts of knowledge.

February 13, 2019


Looks like level 25 is not good enough to be fluent or sound natural in a language.

April 21, 2019


Agreed! I believe it's not just how much XP you've collected in a given language, but how smart you work to get it.

May 17, 2019


True. I hadn't paid much attention to the "lessons" with each group but now I go over it each time. I had used a few other sources to increase my knowledge. But level 25 is like "I know a few words." I think you'd literally need 100 to begin to actually be fluent.

May 17, 2019


It depends on the language you're learning and how much the vocab and grammar system differs from your native language. For example, English is considered one of the most difficult languages to learn, but a native Chinese speaker and a native French speaker are going to have very different experiences trying to learn it. It also depends on what other resources you have access to. Some people may only need a level 15 in a language to be fluent if they also take actual classes for it, but someone who only uses Duolingo will need to use it a lot more to achieve fluency

September 11, 2019


Hey, here's a couple corrections to your comment in case they're helpful to you:

Original with corrected grammar: Duolingo gives you level B2 in English, to get to C1 you must go to other sources of knowledge.

Most natural (in my opinion): Duolingo gets you to level B2 in English, but to get to C1, you have to use other resources.

March 7, 2019


These apps and cds are nice, but my end goal is to be able to speak with real people in the real world where anything goes. I'm not yet anywhere close to where I want to be but do find that different sources have different things to offer. Some such as comprehension of the radio require enough capability to unlock. I see that you finally reached 25. When did you personally start feeling comfortable with your language?

March 10, 2019


Aside from communicating with fluent speakers, I would recommend watching tv shows/movies or listening to music in the languages you study. Benefits of that can include: -Learning more idioms/expressions in that language -Increasing your ability to interpret things quickly in that language -Learning more about the cultures of people who speak that language -Possibly learning a new dialect of that language than what Duolingo offers

September 11, 2019


This will motivate me a lot, thanks! Here's yet another lingot, adding to that solid 383.

June 26, 2018


Thank you, so helpful

August 12, 2018


Great! Thank you very much, bro!

August 22, 2018


Many thanks! You earned your lingot! Spend it wisely!

August 24, 2018


Good job!! Also gifting you a lingot tytyty

October 6, 2018


This is great!

November 27, 2018


Give this man a lingot :v

December 31, 2018


Thank you so much. Keep the motivation up.

February 13, 2019


Great! The level used to show up automatically and it motivated me to reach level 25 for all the languages I am learning. Now it doesn't show so I have to leave a message here to see my levels. lol

July 18, 2019


Thank you

April 22, 2018


Awesome! Thank you.

May 10, 2018


¡Gracias, mi amigo!

May 22, 2018


thank you

June 3, 2018


This is very helpful and motivating for me. Thanks

July 30, 2018


Thanks man!

August 10, 2018


I have 1,240 XP and yet I'm in level 13. Is this table now outdated, and if so, where can I find a new version?

October 20, 2018


Hi kirangarewal, I don't know where you are seeing 1,240XP. Is that your weekly or monthly total on the leaderboard, by chance? Because I am seeing Level 13 · 5420 XP 520/1100 XP · 47% complete · 580 XP to next level I used duome to find that data. If you visit your profile on Duolingo, look to the upper, left-hand side of the page and it will show: Hindi - Level 13 Next level: 580 XPTotal XP: 5420 XP.

Sometimes, there is a sync lag between duome and duolingo so the data might be slightly different for a while, or if Duolingo changes something and the duome creator needs to update how it gathers information. Additionally, the Duolingo course level icons sometimes take a day to update. So, at the moment your Hindi icon above your comment is showing me level 12, even though you've reached level 13. Later today or tomorrow, both will update to match showing level 13.

October 20, 2018


Thank you very much. I was indeed looking at this week's total.

October 20, 2018


thank you

January 25, 2019


Thanks, very useful

February 13, 2019


Thanks for this!

May 31, 2019



June 2, 2019



June 21, 2019


Ah, now this doesnt work anymore, unfortunately. I see Im level 2 in Chinese, yet Total XP is 465 XP.

June 26, 2019


You are level 8 in chinese.

July 6, 2019


Thank you!

July 8, 2019


Thank you!

July 12, 2019


jajaja you are a heavy user! how much time do you spend on duolingo per day and has it been effective for you

July 29, 2019


I have 3019 XP in German and I'm still at level 10.

September 5, 2019


It now says level 11. Sometimes it takes a few days for the server to sync information with the forums.

September 5, 2019


Makes sense. Interestingly enough, I used to get a memo right after reaching the threshold. I wonder if they're looking forward to removing this altogether now that we have crowns?

September 5, 2019


Great, thanks a lot for this response.

September 17, 2019


Awesome chart! Have a lingot!

September 23, 2019



September 23, 2019



September 23, 2019


How do you know your level? If you help me I will give you 5 lingots!

September 24, 2019



September 30, 2019



October 14, 2019


XP needed to level up is as follows. It requires a lot more practice to level up when you are on higher levels. The real test of your wish to learn a language starts once you have cleared level 10.

1 - 60 → 60

2 - 60 → 120

3 - 80 → 200

4 - 100 → 300

5 - 150 → 450

6 - 300 → 750

7 - 375 → 1,125

8 - 525 → 1,650

9 - 600 → 2,250

10 - 750 → 3,000

11 - 900 → 3,900

12 - 1,000 → 4,900

13 - 1,100 → 6,000

14 - 1,500 → 7,500

15 - 1,500 → 9,000

16 - 1,500 → 10,500

17 - 1,500 → 12,000

18 - 1,500 → 13,500

19 - 1,500 → 15,000

20 - 2,000 → 17,000

21 - 2,000 → 19,000

22 - 3,500 → 22,500

23 - 3,500 → 26,000

24 - 4,000 → 30,000

November 16, 2016


According to this, there is no level 26. Why is that?

June 18, 2017


25 is the highest level one can have

July 31, 2017


I am at 25 for the last two months and I keep receiving message fro Duolingo to strive to reach level 26. But I am not informed how far is 26 from 25.

January 22, 2018


Hi OmSharma0,

No one in the history of Duolingo, to my knowledge, has ever reached level 26. I'm pretty sure the level is not actually available. Though, I've also seen what you've seen. It could be that after reaching a level, the number is programmed to automatically increase by one.

January 24, 2018


Why not? I don't see the point of stopping the level. I'm at 25 and I have to say, while I'm a "little" more comfortable I have a WAaaaaaays to go.

August 18, 2018


I have seen people with 100000 points in Spanish on level 25. I guess it's just motivation for the really hardcore practitioners.

January 31, 2018


Does this apply only to spanish?

June 27, 2017


It applies to all courses, not just Spanish. The distance between levels is consistent. :)

June 29, 2017


no thats for all the languages

July 31, 2017


With the latest versions of duo on the web, you can not see how many points you have in a tree for a language that you have already completed from a different language. What I mean is, I have long since gotten to level 25 in English from Italian and in Italian from English. Now, as I work through English from Spanish and Italian from Spanish it lumps my points into the total for those languages so I can not see where I stand. I just reached level 22 in Italian from Spanish so, by this chart, I know that I have 19,000 xps in that tree... the next time I get to a new level, I will know that I have 22,500... I wish i could see my progress but this is something I guess.

November 15, 2017


How long have you been doing this?

November 20, 2017


1094 days :-) So just about three years :-) Oh.. and I found out that on the Android App I can see the progress I am making... Not on the web or on the iOS app... but on android I can check how many points i am at in all of my languages.

January 10, 2018


I’ve completed the French tree, keeping it constantly strengthened, doing all mobile version bots, and done all the French stories in Duolingo labs. Having done/doing this, I have nothing left to do, and I am only level 22, am I missing something? It is the same with Esperanto, and there I’m only level 15.

February 20, 2018


Levels come from XP, not from where you are at in the tree/course. So, if you review the material, you can keep gaining XP to level up. However, if the course has become too redundant for you, I recommend doing the reverse tree, and then laddering to one of your other courses.

A reverse tree just means it switches the direction of your languages. If you were learning French from English, you would switch over to take the English from French course.

To ladder just means to take another non-native language from French. For example, to do the Spanish from French or German from French etc. It will allow you to keep working on French, while also increasing your skill in yet another target language. Personally, I am still waiting for a Spanish from Japanese or a Japanese from Spanish tree so I can ladder between them. :)

Good luck! :)

February 20, 2018


Yes, I use laddering and I think it is a great idea!

February 14, 2019


Wow, laddering sounds like a great idea. It's a pity the Japanese/Spanish combo isn't offered yet.

Do you use outside sources when studying Spanish? Do you practice speaking Spanish with native speakers?

June 29, 2018


Also, I've found that auto-laddering is created when you start a course. In my example, I only wanted to learn the English for German course but the French for German course popped up as well. This will be useful if you want to do see all the possible combinations of laddering.

February 17, 2019


to simplify what Usagiboy7 said, to achieve level 25, you must do a ton of practice on lessons you have already done. you will keep earning XP no matter how many times you do a lesson.

March 15, 2018


Level 25 is 30,000 points.

See olimo's comment here for how many points between each individual level to the next: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/1358479 ^_^

March 18, 2014


So that means that it would take... 300 days! Interesting!

March 18, 2014


At my current rate of 100 points a day, yup. Though, I used to earn 500 a day. So, I am a little ahead. ^_^

March 19, 2014


Level 23, you're almost there! Keep it up! :D

March 19, 2014



November 9, 2017


the comment was left when he was at 23, he has since accomplished 25.

March 15, 2018


Cool! ;)

March 19, 2014


I am in level 23

November 4, 2017


good for you, man! it takes effort to stick with a language for so long.

March 15, 2018


Keep it up!

February 14, 2019


So if the highest level 25 is 30.000 XP, that means you need to get at least 83 XP a day to finish in a year (or 82 XP in a leap year.)

January 21, 2018


Right but you can finish the tree in less than 5000 XP for some languages. That's only a sixth of the total to reach lvl 25. So you need far less to complete the tree. After that it's just strengthening what you already learned, so you can take a more relaxed pace if you want.

April 22, 2018


I guess I'm bored because I just decided to create a couple charts/graphs using the info here... XP Point Span Pie Chart https://i.imgur.com/cYa5i84.png XP Lvl Line Graph https://i.imgur.com/27A7ilY.png

June 17, 2018


Thank you! I needed exactly that imagery.

June 17, 2018


What is the point of making a "maximum" level? It's just a number, why not 26, 27, 28, on up? These little rewards, ingots, levels, are like the little stars teachers used to put on our papers in school. It's pretty automatic, is done within the program.

August 18, 2018


For each level achieved you receive lingots, e.g 3 lingots for the 3rd level, 4 for the 5th, 8 lingots for the 8th level etc

June 20, 2017


That's what I'm doing in Korean

November 10, 2017


Thank you!

November 10, 2017


how many xp points from level 7 to 8?

January 26, 2018


375 points (750 → 1,124)

January 28, 2018


38 lessons.

February 20, 2018



February 12, 2018



February 27, 2018


I am hoping to reach level 25 in Spanish by the end of 2018, and on French and German by the end of 2019. I'm not sure how far I want to go with the others, except Klingon. I've decided to drop that. Now, thanks to this thread, I know what I need to do to accomplish that. Thanks.

May 11, 2018


You can do it kathryn.wh!

May 17, 2018


where do we see the number of XP point that we have I am on level 20 Spanish... where would my 15000 to 17000 points be shown... i think it shows about 160 will check

July 8, 2018


Under your username at the top, pull it down to "Your profile" and in the upper right there should be a section with your languages, your points and the points remaining until you hit the next level.

August 12, 2018



November 14, 2018


how do you know how much xp you're getting?

April 20, 2019


Rest in Peace, useful XP graph post.

You have a special place in my heart.

May 31, 2019


Level test

July 15, 2019


Does this mean that in French I won't go beyond level 25 even though I have now 32181 points? There is still plenty to learn and practice.

November 8, 2018


Yes, that is so.

February 14, 2019


good !

November 30, 2018


Does learning a language from two different source languages (e.g. English->Spanish and French->Spanish) give you xp for the same language (Spanish)?

January 24, 2019


Yes, indeed.

January 24, 2019


Yes, which is bad.

February 14, 2019


No!!! Who are these people saying yes?! I know from my personal experience that it does not. I tooka bit of Spanish from Russian out of curiosity, after completing Spanish from English tree, and I have two different courses with different xp count and levels for each

April 20, 2019


i'm nearly 5,000 xp and my aim is to get lvl 25. i got around 1500 xp this week!

June 22, 2019


Is it me or has the amount of XP needed for next level disappeared since a few days...?

July 15, 2019


why don't they display the levels next to our learning language now

July 15, 2019


The system is stupid if you finish the whole tree with all in 5 levels, the level for the language are not to the max, if you don't have the 30000XP.

July 22, 2019


keep up the good work

July 25, 2019



August 14, 2019


It is really frustrating how the level information is hidden, and now we have to hunt for it. It makes no sense at all. I hope they fix it soon.

September 1, 2019


As mentioned somewhere above by Aki-Mugetsu, you can see your detailed level information by typing: duome.eu/your_username

In your case, type: duome.eu/AageNielsen

If you scroll down, you will see for each language: the level that you reached, the number of crowns, XP, as well as the XP to reach the next level.

Please also note that the language detailed right to your profile data will always be the one which is currently 'active' (i.e. the one you are working on) in Duolingo when you type this command.

September 1, 2019


Thank you for your reply, Yves. I did the duome site once before. I will bookmark it this time. Still, it should be a basic part of our profile, as we monitor our own progress.

September 1, 2019


Thank you!

September 4, 2019



September 21, 2019



September 23, 2019


How do you know your level? I never knew they existed. If you help me, I will give you 5 lingots!

September 24, 2019


I, personally, aim for one level per week as it gets harder to reach the level after a while. At 100 per day, it would take about ten months to reach you goal. At one level per week, it’s only 5 and a half months.

October 6, 2019


you need 300 days to get level 25, if you plan to get 100 XP per day.

October 15, 2019



October 15, 2019
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