Hi, I finally finished the french tree after doing Duolingo on and off for about 2 years. I know that sounds slow but it was a great achievement for me! I plan to finish Italian next because I am near to the bottom. Thanks, DanielvanD18!
When you say finished do you mean all skills are gold? because i'm not even close to reaching half way down my Spanish tree and i'm level 17. I'm pretty new here so i'm assuming all the trees are around the same length. I'm only asking because I though one would reach level 25 long before completing the tree.
@Ray144109, So your post has a 25 next to the Spanish flag icon on your post, with a 39 next to an orange flame, so you are level 25 in Spanish, and on a 39 day streak, according to the app. FYI, this is the "level" that the thread you are replying to is talking about.
There are some standard language proficiency designations that have nothing to do with the site. If you mean "level" in that sense, I assume you would take a test meant to achieve a certificate or something.
Congrats Daniel! This may be a dumb question but does the tree have anything to do with your current level? I just started Duolingo in March of this year and do not really know much about it. Also,what do the crowns have to do with your level, etc. And finally, what do the ^and "down"(can't find the character on my keyboard) characters mean? You have 53 next to your "1 day ago". Is there someplace on Duo that explains all this?