Fluency Rating ceiling?
My German fluency on Duolingo has just been rated at 65%. Does anybody know how high this can go? I am not interested in any discussion about why the fluency percentage rating is nonsense, so please could you avoid posting on that topic in this discussion. Many thanks :-)
I think you have to practice a lot because my fluency goes up when i don't level anything up also when i complete skills so i think it's just how much you use duolingo also i think how quickly you answer questions plays a roll also when i don't use duolingo for a while my fluency goes down so it also has something to do with activity so i hope this helped bye.
(I think the vocabulary is a decisive component.)
What is your amount of words in the "Words tab" (https://www.duolingo.com/words) in your courses? I am curious, because I think, your very high "Duolingo fluency%" is especially caused by
- Level 17 within 3 months
- very few mistakes
- more than 30 XP for each course daily
(according to the parameters in this web page
http://duolingo.wikia.com/wiki/Decay , read from "Word decay")
My results in
- German for English speakers: 2732 words, level 22, 60% in about a year
- English for German speakers: 1837 words, level 17, 71% in about 10 months
- English for Dutch speakers: no "Words tab", level 23, highest: 76% (at the moment 73%, due to only 10xp per day instead of 30xp) in about 14 months
(Dutch is my mother tongue)
The highest Duolingo % I have ever seen: