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what are streaks?

As my title says, what are they? thanks for any answers!

July 17, 2013



You can also add to your streak by translating or editing a sentence in the 'immersion' view.


If you login everyday and pass a test then your streak number grows by one, which means that you have studied today. Basically, it's SWAG.


Well I noticed my streak number goes up every time I finish (pass) a test, not just do one but pass it. I'm on a 14 day streak now, at first I thought it didn't work as I thought it was a streak of days in a row you came to practice, but no, only when passing a test.

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    Your streak goes up by one when you complete a test or practice a language. For everyday in a row that you complete a test or practice, your streak goes up by one. However, if you don't practice a language for a day or skip a day of learning, your streak is reset to zero.


    every day in a row that you log in and gain at least 1 skill ponit your streak meter gos up


    ok thank you all!


    I still don't get it. Mine has been at 1 since I started and for the last week I have practiced every day and am now at level 8 Spanish. Are there tests I am supposed to be taking as well that I might be missing?

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