After 450 days, I finally finished Hindi tree at level 5 for all parts! Thanks for all the help!
For the past 450 days or so I've been doing either a review, fixing a broken egg, or something new and finally finished at level 5 for every step. I wanted to say thanks to those in the discussion sections who answered questions for me and those who had similar questions.
I can't say I'm fluent in any way, but I've got at least some of the basics and can get some rough context when people are speaking Hindi nearby as long as they are talking about apples, bananas, some animals, or things being hot or cold. The Duolingo course tree for Hindi is short. I also feel like I'm ready to perhaps try a tutor or in-person class in Hindi if I can find one nearby. :(
What would be nice to see is more "baby-talk" sentences all adjacent to each other, like
Is he/she/"the X" going to eat the sandwich(es)? He/she/"the X" will eat the sandwich(es). He/she/"the X" is eating the sandwich(es). He/she/"the X" has eaten the sandwich(es). He/she/"the X" ate the sandwich(es).
Are they/we/you are going to eat the sandwich(es)? They/we/you will eat the sandwich(es) . They/we/you are eating the sandwich(es). They/we/you have eaten the sandwich(es). They/we/you ate the sandwich(es).
... and so on.
I also wish there were the "stories" for Duolingo Hindi that you find in some of the other trees.
But for a community developing resource - I'm super happy to see sites like this bringing the world closer through communication and understanding when so many others seek to create divisiveness through fear, tribalism, attacks and isolationism.