Number of words, lessons, and skills in High Valyrian
33 skills – 10 to the first checkpoint, 11 to the second, and 12 to finish the course.
122 lessons - 38 to the first checkpoint, 39 to the second, and 45 to finish the course.
706 words according to Neuby here: https://www.reddit.com/r/duolingo/comments/6mumoz/is_high_valyrian_going_to_be_the_next_course/
you're definetely a monster, i'm not sure how many languages you have learned so far
Yeah it's the shortest course now by number of skills, lessons, and words. Japanese had 40 skills and 185 lessons. Not sure how many words it had though. Wonder when we'll get a course longer than Norwegian and German. Norwegian has 522 lessons according to here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/15897047 and German has 119 skills according to this: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/15894064
The Norwegian and German trees are monsters haha, I've progressed further in Norwegian than Esperanto but finished Eo and only half finished No
Haha yeah you're right. I think with Esperanto it has about 43 skills so it's one of the shorter ones. It's interesting how much different courses can differ in size and quality.
What the Esperanto course lacks in quantity is quality. All of the aspects of grammar are taught in a short number of skills and you are also given a load of vocabulary too. I'd say the eo course takes you further into the language the any of the other courses I've seen, despite being so short. Though they should upgrade the tree by adding more vocabulary in skills that relate them to each other (eg. a school skill, complex body, more verbs, etc.).
Yeah I know! The Esperanto course is probably my favourite out of all the courses so far! I'm volunteering as an alpha tester now on the Czech course and it's probably one of the bigger ones - not sure how many lessons, but it's got about 95 skills and on 2000 words so it looks to be a good course! Looking forward to it!
Yes, I agree - although I'm only about 3/4 through the tree, I reckon that Esperanto also had a leg up by their language being relatively easy to teach :)
That's awesome! I'm definitely going to do it because I had family that lived in what was Czechoslovakia, and I thought the language would be great to learn. I've also dabbled in Polish so I know how a lot of the basics work. I want to try and complete that one and it'll be one of my main focuses along with Hungarian when it comes out.