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Is there a point of keeping practicing on Duolingo after completing the tree?

So, I've completed the tree with several skills being above crown level 1, also aside from Duolingo I've practiced my Spanish using other services.

Anyway, my point is : is there a point of keeping practicing on Duolingo after completing the tree?

I'm absolutely grateful to Duolingo for introducing me into the Spanish language so smoothly but right now Duolingo kinda feels like a chore and I don't really feel that I learn new stuff.

What do you think?

6 months ago

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You could do the reverse tree, it has a lot of different words and phrases for some reason.

6 months ago

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I think this is another question that cannot be definitively answered by anyone for you; it's a subjective question.

You have to decide for yourself what goal you want to accomplish. You want to speak Spanish? Then Duolingo is only a first step. The good news is that today we have the internet and we have an abundance of free material to help us.

Go on YouTube and watch instructional videos on learning Spanish, or music videos in Spanish. Watch Spanish movies on Netflix. Get connected with natives through apps like HelloTalk or Tandem. Attend local Spanish groups to practice with other learners.

Language learning should be fun in my opinion and you should also have some goals moving forward for Spanish. Is Duolingo part of your goals moving forward? Only you can decide that but good luck whatever you decide!

6 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lweltin

Use Duo to refresh your brain.

6 months ago
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