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How many levels are there in duolingo?

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Haha, phew!

I'm glad I was correct, that would have been awkward X)

Bueno Lola, sigue hacia adelante y no te preocupes que tal vez no ahora pero en el futuro si lo vaz a poder lograr. Espero que continues aprendiendo mucho. Una sugerencia, cuando uses el foro el futuro intenta añadir algún tipo de información en cuanto a tu pregunta usando el cuerpo de la carta. Muchos ven este tipo de título y lo ignoran por que hay muchos que hacen esta pregunta frecuentemente (no, esta mal en preguntar) y muchos de los usarios le dan "downvote" e ignoran la pregunta. Esto es si para en el futuro deseas otras opiniones como respuesta. Cualquier otra pregunta puedes preguntar en mi página en el futuro. :D

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25 is the highest level so far

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so what happens after level 25? Are there new lessons?

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You will always be suggested to keep strengthening you're skills, this makes all your skills stay gold. When you get to level 25, you've pretty much have mastered the tree, because you have a better grasp of the language it is really easy to keep growing by using immersion. Instead of moving above lvl 25 you would start growing with your translation tiers. Your translation tiers grow when you translate documents and you have peers upvote your translation. Not all courses add new material frequently, it takes some time. You can also try the reverse tree from the language you're learning to your Native language or start a tree from 2 languages you learned and challenge yourself. To my knowledge these are the tools you can use to keep growing after you complete a tree. If you don't understand what I explained so far, please feel free to ask.

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Oh thank you!!! I do not understand a tree from 2 languages, do you mean get a tree done in a different language rather than english?

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Exactly, for example I notice that you are learning Italian and French. Now, by what looks from it you understand Italian much more that could be because you're probably fluent in Spanish and this I only figure because of your name and the fact that you're learning English most likely from Spanish. If this is true you can finish your tree in Englisg and then try the tree as an English speaker learning Spanish :). This will help you reinforce your English. If that is not the case, haha, I apologize for guessing incorrectly. Going back to Italian and French you could start learning either English for Italian Speakers and practice, or English fo French speakers or if you feel like you would be up to the challenge try either 1) Italian-> French or 2) French to English. This is really up to and how comfortable you feel as well as how much you want to challenge yourself. Does this make it a bit clearer? if not let me know. :)

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oH wow!!! thanks again I will try to learn Spanish then hahaha! All your guesses were correct. But I think I am far away from doing 1) and 2) someday I hope so.

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