Wow, such a guilt trip!
He will also break your legs if you break your streak
I get this part. It's probably all about Duo!
Duo don't cry
he only does this in duolingo 0.0-0.5 if you lose your streak
Lol! It's only if you didn't pass a test or something, and also if you loose your streak, he will cry. I've seen it before.
Last lesson of Duolingo. It's been fun, I guess...
But I thought he will kidnap my family
If I made it to this lesson and I'm reading this - at the very end of the Chinese course - then it looks like the point is moot lol
多儿会哭吗？! 不是啊! 然则，我会学习! 请别哭了。
gosh... i got it wrong again i used "u r"
What's "judgey" in Mandarin?
Noooo. Don't cry!
What's the word for streak?
Check out the Chinese interface. It said "连胜/連勝", but it seems to be new word created by Duolingo team.
Nah, that's always been there, meaning winning streaks
There's no actual word for streaks,
Like 连 means connect, 連勝 means Winning streaks. Like the streak itself can't be alone in Chinese... I don't think there's such a word, correct me if I'm wrong
If you're referring to day streaks "連天" may be the answer to your question although it's an adverb/verb so alterations for noun-ification will be necessary if you want to use it as a noun.
Ok I am really thankful for this Duo. The lessons are finished but I will continue to learn and improve. Should any of you need a script I made for learning Chinese from this course, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org