Wow, such a guilt trip!
He will also break your legs if you break your streak
Duo don't cry
I get this part. It's probably all about Duo!
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.
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
Last lesson of Duolingo. It's been fun, I guess...
But I thought he will kidnap my family
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
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.