I've finished the Italian skill tree.
I just finished the Italian skill tree. What a beautiful and important language is Italian! Culture, music, cinema, science, history! I was not a newcomer in Italian at the time I started it on Duolingo. I mainly used it as a refresher. I'll keep working on it at a slower rate. I learn it for pleasure, so I am not in a hurry.
I don't know how people are finishing it with only level 12. I'm level 21 and only half way through the tree. Have you truly learned it, or do you just get to level 1 on each skill and move on?
I know I feel the same way, but he said it was more of a refresher for him so maybe he just did one level of each? I have friends doing Spanish with me and they are half way done level 10 and I am only finishing up with the first section and level 10. but there accuracy is 25% mine is 85% (via duome.eu) to each there own.
Son. Yes, to each their own. Ignore what everyone else is doing, do your own thing, learn a lot and be proud. Best wishes...
That is correct. I did one level of each skill. I do not think that one can learn a language in a single go. Other things I do are reading dual books, watching films, etc. Say, like a cloud of knowledge?
Well done. Trying to learn Italian is a great pleasure for me too. Thank you for sharing your success.
Anch'io credo di essermi deciso giusto con questa lingua meravigliosa!
Well done! I thought I was doing well but I’m still working through level 3! Enjoying it though it can be frustrating...
I agree. Italian is a beautiful language. Here's a lingot for you. :)
why are you learnig italian lenguage? do you have any italian parents or just to an hobby? i'm italian and i'm trying to improve my very bad knowledge of the english lenguage. let's hope!
Hobby. I learn other languages too. Italian is a very interesting and beautiful language. I feel very proud to be able to do something in it. I read for example, using dual language books, Italian literature from the original: C.E.Gadda, I.Calvino, L.Pirandello, G.Manganelli, C.Pavese, etc.