Having finished the Esperanto tree, I am now octolingual: my native English + seven other languages! (Well, not really, but at least I have a Duolingo smattering of the other seven.) So far, Esperanto is the easiest; No surpise there. If only I could find someone to speak it to.
Párabens! - parabéns actually xD Thanks luccasoctoviano Herzlichen Glückwunsch!
Well there you have 8 congrats ;D
La kvina? En esperanton gxi estas "felicidades"? Mi pensas ke vi volis diri "la kvara" ;)
Spanish is my native language, we also say "Felicitaciones"
...mia eraro. Mi pensis en la kvina flago supre.
"Felicitaciones"en amerika lando mi supozas. En kiu lando? Ne en Hispanio.
Aquí (acá) se entiende si dices (decís):
Here it's understood if you say:
Felicidades (this one is used for semiformal birthday greetings here)
Enhorabuena (although I've heard this, I think, only once, here xD)
Congratulaciones (as a joke, no one uses this word for real congratulations)
And maybe some others ;)
You can certainly find esperanto speakers online!
Or the lernu instant messenger is great for text chat.
About a year and a half to go through all of them. It looks like you have completed even more languages than I have!
well if you mean trees then I have 7, Dutch will be eighth in some point in the following months
Congrats! I'm not far behind with English (native), American Sign Language (second language), French, Spanish, high school Latin, and hopefully soon Italian! Granted French, Spanish, and Italian were all learned on Duolingo.