How long are you on Duolingo on a daily basis?
How long are you on Duolingo on a daily basis? For me, I spend about ten minutes or so every few days. But I've been inactive for a while.
For me, it depends on the day. On normal days, I typically won't spend more than half an hour or so on Duolingo, and on days like today, where I'm striving to learn new skills, I'll spend over an hour or two on Duolingo. Before I'd finished my Swedish tree, I'd spend more time on Duolingo as I progressed closer and closer to the end of my tree. :)
Every day is different. Being retired lends a certain degree of flexibility. I am sometimes prone to "binge" studying, and may work for several hours throughout the day and night. Other days, I may focus on discussions and other sources. To really learn a language, one must go beyond DL. I don't worry much about keeping a streak, but do try to spend a few minutes each day keeping the Spanish tree gold, and the remainder going back through the Korean tree to tempt the contributors to alternative translations. I have enjoyed watching the site develop over the last 5 years, though I would often go several months with little or no activity. I was disappointed when Immersion and personal streams were removed, but my excitement has been rekindled by the stories, the Korean course, and the upcoming advanced skills offerings. Though the site is full of minor irritants, over-all I think it is an amazing contribution to the world.
During my night job I'm usually on it most of the night between tasks.
During days I can sleep, it depends. Usually most of my free time (especially now as I'm studying for a European trip and from there hopefully to do TEFL in China a bit) but sometimes I take a break a few days for a LOT of Pokémon Go (usually) and just do a few exercises a day.
I'm trying to make it a daily routine, right now it's easy because I haven't finished the Welsh tree, so I'm doing one skill (aka 2-5 courses) a day which lazily takes me 15-30 minutes. Also they reset the whole tree recently (adding new stuff to courses "locking" skills I've passed) - it shouldn't matter, because I was planing to do it all over again.