Does your Spanish tree stay golden?
I was just wondering if the Spanish tree stays golden after you strengthen it. Any help would be appreciated!!!
I can't speak for Spanish, but my French tree has stayed golden for over a month now. I'd say about half of all the things I do on Duolingo are strengthening exercises.
I don't want to sound rude, but who cares if it's gold or not? As long as you can remember the lessons YOU are gold in my book.
My first language is Spanish. If you ever need help with the lessons, feel free to ask me and I'll try to help.
P.S. The gold trees do look nice though, but is just bragging rights. Same with levels.
Also, duolingo suggests that you actually review the topics once the skill has reached half-way down. It's easy to repeatedly go over the exercise but gradually the memory fades, which is why duolingo suggests this so it actually becomes more noticeable to your brain despite your recent lack of activity.
All of the trees go down after a while to help encourage you to keep remembering the things.