Just finished my tree!
Phew, it's done! I've always loved French and I started using Duolingo last summer, so strange to think. I remember scrolling down and thinking 'how am I ever going to finish this?' I left for university this year too so I stopped practicing French but after getting comfortable in my new life, I restarted Duolingo and it gave me enough confidence to even au pair in France.
I am so grateful to Duolingo and I'm looking forward to continuing practicing my french until I'm, dare I say it, fluent!
Mes félicitations ! :) Que la langue de Molière vous accompagne dans votre vie universitaire... :)
Good for you, hoping to finish my german tree before the end of the month.
What's the big fuss about becoming fluent? as if it is something nearly impossible.
Oh, well done :)
Congratulations, that's awesome! You're doing a great job by learning french. Cool that you moved to France because of Duolingo. :)
What is a tree? Like a lot of things on Duolingo, there's no explanation anywhere I can find on the Web site.
tree, as in the structure of the lessons. the layout/structure is a tree http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_(data_structure)
Thanks, but I'm afraid my question was really aimed at why so little is explained on the Duolingo Web site. I later found out that there is a Duolingo wiki, which does answer some of my questions, but I find it strange and frustrating to learn that such a thing exists on the Duolingo Web site, though I supposed sooner or later one would find a reference in one of the discussions. There really should be a link to the Duolingo wiki on the Duolingo home page or at least on the page after logging in.