Finished Dutch ... Septalingual at last!
I just finished the Dutch tree. That's all six languages now available on Duolingo, plus my native American English. So I suppose I am now offcially SEPTALINGUAL, if that is a word!
I'm sorry, I was mistaken. I used to listen to it every day on shortwave, but the Radio Nederland English service has now shut down due to budget restraints. Too bad, they had some good programs. The Dutch language service might still be going. Here is a list of radio stations in the Netherlands streaming live on the internet: http://www.listenlive.eu/netherlands.html There are an incredible number of them!
Congratulations to your achievement!
However, I don't like it when people state that they are polyglots, when they aren't fluent in their languages. Finishing the tree at Duolingo is a great starting point, but there is a long way to go to speak those languages fluently afterwards.
So be proud of your accomplishment to have a little knowledge in all these languages, but please don't call yourself "septalingual" - yet ;-)
I'm trying to add at least one new language each year. I seem to have been born with an ability to remember words and phrases, and I find grammar to be fascinating. I cannot wait to study a non-Indoeuropean language such as Hungarian. Many people have above-average linguistic talent. If you've got it, use it!