If I did all of the Romanian content on Duolingo, could I pass an A1 test?
To satisfy my love of learning languages, I am trying to find a "fun" language that I would try to get to A1 level. Due to my current knowledge of English and my learning of Spanish and French, I think Romanian would be good as it is a romance language also.
If I went with Romanian and mastered all the content on the tree, could I pass a standard A1 test?
So, I'm a native speaker and I took the Duolingo test to unlock as much of the course as possible. I didn't get 100% of the content unlocked, apparently I don't speak my native language well enough for Duolingo :) I think if you finish the course you should be fine, I'd say maybe then you might need to increase your vocabulary, I find Duolingo is quite repetitive sometimes, but maybe that's just in the first part of the course.
You might want to try asking the question in the Romanian language forum. I believe there are some great bilingual users there who could advise you. I realize I am only about 1/3 of the way through the content at my level 17 but I rather doubt that any fluency will be forthcoming unless I use other sources somewhere. It is a great basis so far, though.
There, just changed it to the Romanian forum. And I am not targeting fluency in Romanian likely ever, as it is not a very common and/or practical language, but I mainly want to pick a course to do for fun.
Considering A1 is the lowest level of the "CEFR", Duolingo would be doomed if you complete the hole Romanian tree and are unable to pass a respective test.
In general, from self-experience and what I read from others, if you complete a language you should be at a level somewhere between A2 and at best B1. Assumed you use Duolingo only. If you rely on other sources you can of course surpass that level.