XP in Duolingo stands for Experience Points and they are rewarded whenever a user completes a lesson or story. Your XP in Duolingo determines your language level (which you can find here!) and also can help you advance in the Duolingo Leagues.
How to Get XP in Duolingo
In order to get XP in Duolingo, you have to complete a lesson within a language course. Each lesson usually will earn you 10 XP.
You can also complete stories if your language course on Duolingo has stories available. For each story you complete, you can earn 14 XP. You will earn less XP if you get any questions wrong while doing the story.
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Another way to get XP is to restore broken skills for 10 XP. You have to first get all of the crowns in that skill and turn it gold in order for you to be able to restore it.
If you want to get XP faster, here are the 10 fastest ways to get XP! Also, make sure that you are using Duolingo as efficiently as possible so that you aren’t wasting time on the app.
How to Find Out How Many XP You Have
Go to your profile on the Duolingo app (which is the head icon in the middle) and you will be able to see the total amount of XP that you have earned. This number is the amount of XP you have between ALL of the courses that you have done on Duolingo.
So in my case, this adds up English to Spanish, Italian, and French as well as my courses from Spanish to Italian and French, etc.
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If you want to see how much XP you have in just ONE course, you will need to use the Duome website. To do that, you will need to type duome.eu/YOURUSERNAME in Duolingo.
For example, mine is https://duome.eu/dayna255732. From there, you can see all the stats of the course that you are currently on in Duolingo.
To see another language, just change your language course in the app and then refresh the Duome webpage and it will show the stats for that language instead.
Language Learning Must-Haves
- iTalki Language Classes: The #1 reason why I’ve been able to learn languages from home. Take conversation classes from a native speaker for only $5-$10 an hour.
- How to Be Fluent Books: Two of my favorite books about language learning have definitely got me super excited about learning a language and I highly recommend reading both!
- Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It
- Fluent in 3 Months: How Anyone at Any Age Can Learn to Speak Any Language from Anywhere in the World
- A Language Planner: Keep track of your scheduled language classes, set language goals, and organize your study schedule with my favorite planner ever.
- Harry Potter in Your Target Language: Reading a beginner book that you’re familiar with is an incredible way to learn vocabulary quickly!