So what happens when I get to the end of my flow chart?

Does that mean I am fluent? Proficient? Maybe this is explained somewhere, but I missed it.


10/3/2013, 4:26:19 AM


you get shipped to a country that speaks the language you studied, and you have to survive for a month, starting with a small amount of money and no clothes

10/3/2013, 4:27:49 PM
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From what I can tell, completing your Duolingo tree means that you are good enough at the language that you could hold a conversation with a native speaker. People would probably still be able to tell that you aren't a native, but you can communicate and get your point across.

10/3/2013, 9:43:12 PM

Nothing really happens, so when you finish your tree, you can do anything, the only thing that happens is that you get a trophy

10/3/2013, 5:42:13 AM

Thanks all - so are there any more levels after we get to the end of the flowchart?

I know that I will need to make the transition to live speaking with natives over skype or something, just curious about Duolingo.

10/3/2013, 4:45:06 PM
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Immersion (translation) on the website is available after finishing the flowchart, although it's actually available from the very beginning.

10/3/2013, 6:05:21 PM
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