Ho completato il mio albero d'italiano!/I've finished my Italian tree!
Finalmente ho completato l'albero! Mi ha preso qualche tempo, perché cominciavo a fare l'albero italiano nello stesso tempo degli alberi di francese e spagnolo e poi completavo quei prima di questo. Mi ha piaciuto molto, credo che italiano sia una bella lingua, e mi piacerebbe viaggiare in Italia un giorno. Quest'albero è il mio quarto albero completato - gli altri sono lo spagnolo, il francese ed il tedesco. Grazie mille a Duolingo per tutto il loro lavoro!<h1>English</h1>
I've finally completed the tree! It took me some time, because I started doing the Italian tree at the same time as the French and Spanish trees, and I then completed those before this one. I liked it a lot, I think that Italian is a beautiful language, and I'd like to travel to Italy one day. This is my fourth tree completed - the others are Spanish, French, and German. Thank you very much to Duolingo for all their work!
Gli errori possono essere corretti/Mistakes can be corrected :)
Congratulation. I have finished my tree in english (from italian) and i am working hard to improve day by day my english. I think that only if you do a little effort every day, you may obtain something ... I'm happy for you !
WOW! perfetto! Sono nuovo di ' Duolingo ' , ma mi hai dato l'ispirazione per andare avanti e finire i miei alberi. congratualtions e grazie. / I'm new to ' Duolingo ' , but you gave me the inspiration to go on and finish my trees . congratualtions and thankyou
Congrats - The Italian tree has the most lessons. Over 390, so completing it at level 14 is pretty impressive.
Complimenti, so esattamente come ti senti. Spero che hai imparato molto e buona fortuna con i cinque che sono rimasti :)
actually, you need to say "spero che tu abbia imparato", the "tu" is necessary in this case so that you don't confuse it with the third singular person :)
Congratulazioni! One small mistake "e mi piacerebbe viaggiare IN (not AD) Italia un giorno.". :)
Wow! I started my Italian tree about a month ago and I think it is an amazing language spoken in a beautiful place. I have been making good progress, although two days ago I lost my streak. How did you get so far? How long did it take you? Do you have any advice?
I just kept going really. Although I found a YouTube channel (click here) which dubs English songs into Italian, which I thought was cool and gave me some motivation. It took me around 1 year, but that's deceptive, as there were periods where I was inactive, either due to lack of motivation of when I was working on other trees. I'd say all-in-all, maybe 5-6 months of slow work. Advice? Keep going, find something to light a spark and motivate you through :) Buona fortuna!
Wow! You are to be commended. I was studying several languages at the same time and finally had to stop and concentrate on Italian. We're planning a trip to Sicily in the autumn so it seemed a higher priority to learn Italian. My problem is with consistency. I make a great deal of progress, then let it slide for some time. I spend so much time reviewing before I can move forward again. Anyway, your accomplishments are inspiring!
bravissimo. vedo che sei gia all'ottavo livello in esperanto che e uscito da poco ;)
Congratulations. You seem to have developed a good grasp of the language.
Congrats! and hat after this? I am in level 14 (Italian from English because there is no Italian from Portuguese...) and is there there tree to improve Italian after we finish this?