Hello I was just wondering if still had to take care of your spanish tree after you finish it. If you can let me know That would help me a lot.

March 12, 2018


Think of it as a real tree. If your apple tree grows apples, do you just stop watering it? No, you keep going to keep on getting more apples. Just like the Duolingo trees, you complete it, but that doens't mean your fluent, you have to keep practicing to get more fluent on the language!

You should, just to increase your familiarity with everything. It’s not required though. That’s what I like about duoLingo: you use it how YOU want to. I could quit Korean right now and start Welsh instead if I wanted. :)

Yup, if you want to keep your tree golden, you can redo each one. I haven't revised my tree and now almost all of my tree is turning ungolden! But I still have the trophy towards the end :)

I've kept mine golden for over a year now. I admin a club for people who have finished the Spanish course but want to maintain their gold tree. It takes less effort to maintain it (don't have to work at it every day). Duolingo does seem to come up with new vocabulary words and sentences so it keeps me interested (and makes me review old skills as they lose their status).

But really it is up to you if you want to or not. My goal now is to get my golden "languages" to level 25... after that I guess I will look for another goal :)

It's up to you. If you want to continue learning more Spanish, then go for it. If you want to try another resource you can. You can even just visit it once a week to try and practice just a little.

thank you all for letting me know

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