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How Many Crowns are in the Duolingo Spanish Tree?

In the English to Spanish tree, there are 178 skills total (not including the bonus lessons) which, at 5 crowns to earn per skill, equals 890 crowns total on Duolingo Spanish.

Since the English to Spanish tree is one of the most popular courses on Duolingo, it gets new skills and adds on new crowns often.

If you include the bonus lessons there are 2 more skills, but you only earn 1 crown on the bonus skills.

So that adds another 2 crowns which bring the Duolingo Spanish Crowns total to 892 crowns.

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How to Check How Many Crowns There are in Duolingo Spanish

Make sure that you are currently on your English to Spanish course on Duolingo first, then head to the Duome website to check how many crowns there are and how many you’ve earned.

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You can see below a screenshot from Duome, which shows that there are currently 892 crowns available to earn on the Spanish course and I have earned 147 of them.

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I have earned 147 crowns out of 892 crowns on my Duolingo Spanish tree

I’m not sure why this number is slightly lower than the amount that the Duolingo app says I’ve earned. The Duome is not an official Duolingo website and is meant to be used just for fun, so some of the stats might be a little off.

However, I counted by hand the number of skills in the app, so I know that the number of crowns available is correct!

To find out your specific stats, find out your Duolingo username, which is on your profile. From there, type username. For example, my Duome stats can be seen at

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It will only show the stats for the course you are currently using on the Duolingo app. Just change courses and refresh the webpage if you want to see stats for another language tree!

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