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What are Crowns

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    Does anybody know what crowns are?

    January 10, 2018



    apparently it's a new thing they are adding as you get more crowns you get more complicated sentences see the post "upcoming features: skill levels".


    https://www.duolingo.com/comment/25615588 :)

    I got to be part of the test group and at first they were kind of overwhelming and depressing because I felt like I'd never get anywhere with the new system but now I am totally hooked and my XP have gone up insanely. Like from 10XP per day to 50 - 200 per day. And as a result I'm retaining the vocab a lot better.


    I can't wait for it to come to the web version! :D


    Looking forward to it!


    Is this the gaudy cartoons that want me to do something before eight in the morning or 200 points per day (snort - remember the days when we'd have thought nothing of several thousand?)?


    I think you're thinking of the achievements, which are not afaik linked to the Crowns. (I have achievements and have done for a while, I don't have Crowns yet.)


    I'm not 100% sure what you mean by this, but there are two definitions I can think of:

    1) A type of headwear often worn by royalty (kings, queens etc.)

    2) A currency such as Czech crowns.


    I'm not sure why this is/was being downvoted as I genuinely tried to give a helpful answer. I'm not aware of this new feature as I am not part of the test group. I little understanding would go a long way here:/


    Crowns as in the meaning of the word or something that you are getting on Duolingo?


    i believe that she means crowns in duoling i struggled understanding crowns to


    Like money? The Swedish Krona is translated as crowns sometimes. Or the head wear royalty use?


    For those of you who don't understand the original post: if you use the mobile version (I use Android), if you level up a lesson, you get a crown. It is in the upper right of the main page in the app next to the Lingot count. It doesn't seem to correlate to actual level number for the language, though.


    crowns are stuff that you put on your head if you are a king or something


    your not the only one not knowing what crowns are in duolingo lol

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