Czech level at the end of the tree
Hello, is there any equivalence with an official language level like A1 or A2 if we finish the tree? Just for information to know how hard is Czech because I'm struggling already and my goal is A2.
Sorry if the question has already been asked.
It will probably be like with all other languages. After finishing the tree some people would barely pass A1 and others could pass B1 (since they did a lot of other work too). If you use only Duolingo, then level A1 or at most A2 is probably what you're aming for. It also depends on how many repetitions you do, since it's not only about "going through the tree" but also about actually remembering the material and being able to recall it, understand it and use it. So there is no general answer to this.
Yes, sure! Using Duolingo with a book with a better structure & explanations (even if it's great here :D) is a good combination probably. And of course, I keep everything golden, it tilts me hard when it's not haha. My personal plan is to go through the tree as I think it covers all basic things for A2 at least, and then study them more seriously through a book, and it will be way easier as everything has been seen at least once. Thanks!
I am afraid someone will post the info for you to see before you get that far yourself. As a mod here, I could keep deleting the reveals for users desiring the surprise, but that would probably violate the guidelines. Too bad. The skill was quite a motivation for me to complete the tree. It was that much fun to make.