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How many time does it take to accomplish the Italian tree?

I was wondering how much time in hours is needed. And, a question to advanced Duolingo users: how much days it took you and how often, how intensiv you were playing Duolingo? ; ) Thank you!

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/lazouave
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It all depends on you! Some people rush through their trees and finish them in a few days or weeks. Some have been here for months and haven't finished it.

There is no definite number of hours to finish a tree, only your motivation and how you want to study Italian count: do you want to have a basis quickly? You can do the tree in one shot and then review what you need to review so as not to forget it. Do you want to thoroughly learn the language and make sure you remember it well every step of the way? Go slow, review whatever you need and take years if you need to.

What counts is not the time you spend on a language, it's how you speak it and what it has brought you, in the end. Welcome to Duo :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/russodo

It took me to level 19 to finish the tree I worked on keeping it gold all the way through. It took just a little less than a year. I work at building my language skills daily I have only had a couple of breaks. When you get to the higher levels it takes more points to get the next level. I am still working to get to level 25 I am at level 23 and I have been learning for 15 months now. Good luck with your studies and have fun!

3 years ago

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Thank you :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lingophilic

I am about halfway through the Italian tree, and it's taken me about 2 weeks. So I'd guess anywhere from a month to 2 months is what it would take to accomplish it.

Good luck!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/M4RYSI4

Thank you for your replies :D So nice to be here!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/gcabildo
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Remember it depends on the individual. It is like reading a lengthy book. Some read a few pages a day, while some read a chapter a week while others start from beginning to end until the book is done in one sitting.

3 years ago