Those of you using Duolingo for some time have already discovered how this little number called streak keeps us coming back every day! It’s exciting to see it grow as we practice Italian or any other language we’re learning. But would you like to know who has, up to this date, the Duolingo streak record?
Duolingo Unofficial Streak Hall of Fame
This is an interesting question. To help us answer it there is a platformed called “Duolingo Unofficial Streak Hall of Fame”. To take a look at it, please click here.
According to the count at Duolingo Unofficial Streak Hall of Fame, at the time of writing this post, the Duolingo Streak record is in the hands of a user that as you, is learning Italian using Duolingo. How cool is that? Of all the languages available on Duolingo, the user holding the record is learning the same language as you! And has enjoyed learning it with Duolingo for more than 7 years (at the time of writing this post).
I view it like this. Duolingo has done a good job with all the languages it teaches. And proof of it is the worldwide incredible following. But when it comes to Italian, it is the really best of all their courses, capable of keeping users coming back again and again and even hold the Duolingo streak record. What do you think? LOL.
And here is an additional fun fact, position number 3 is held by a user that as well… yeah… you guessed it! Position number 3 (at the time of writing this post) is held by a user that also is learning Italian! Hmm, that doesn’t seem to be a coincidence.
What does the Duolingo Italian course have that makes its learners stick to the platform for years?
What makes Duolingo so good?
I have my own opinion. I feel the platform is good, technically flawless and to cap it all, it’s free. Why wouldn’t somebody stick with it? What’s your opinion why positions 1 and 3 are held by Italian learners?
So here is the Top Five – March 18th, 2020:
1. Christi3: Learning Italian and Latin – Duolingo streak record – (2,624 days).
2. SarkaB: Learning Portuguese, Spanish and French (2,623 days).
3. johnarnold: Learning Italian, German, Spanish and Chinese (2,619 days).
4. DeeRamm: Learning German and Spanish (2,617 days).
5. jelinek: Learning German and Spanish (2,617 days).
Can I rely only on Duolingo for learning Italian?
I particularly have my own position concerning only using Duolingo for a very long time. I agree you can start using Duolingo alone but as time goes by you should complement your learning with other platforms. Keeping a streak is good, but don’t forget to also dip your feet in other platforms. If you would like to read a bit more about my opinion about this, check this post out by clicking here.
Please tell me about your Duolingo Streak?
Now, I’d like to hear from you. I’d like to see who has the record among all of us that comment here on this post. If you can share proof of your streak it would be nice too. Have you been able to reach 100 days? 200 days? What have you learned from your streak? Tell me in the comment box below.