How To Reset Progress On Duolingo

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Are you looking for an easy, fun way to learn a new language? Look no further than Duolingo, the world’s most popular language-learning app. With over 200 million active users, Duolingo offers an engaging, personalized experience that makes learning languages enjoyable and accessible.

But what happens when you want to reset your progress? Maybe you’ve been away from the app for a while or you’re switching to a different language course. Fortunately, it’s easy to reset your progress on Duolingo and start fresh with any of their courses.

To reset your progress on the web version of Duolingo:
1. Log in to your account.
2. Select “Settings” at the bottom of your profile page.
3. Under “Learning Language” select the language you wish to reset and press the red sign next to its flag. This will delete all progress associated with that course and allow you to start fresh from the beginning or from scratch with a new language course altogether.

If you are using an Android device, it is just as easy to reset your progress on Duolingo:
1. Hold down the back button on your device.
2. Swipe up on the app icon for Duolingo that appears in the lower-left corner of your screen.
3. Tap “Reset” and then tap “OK” when prompted by a confirmation window that appears onscreen before starting anew with whatever course you choose!

Whether you want to brush up on some Spanish or take a deep dive into French, Duolingo is here to help make learning languages fun and rewarding! And if ever the need arises that you want to restart one of their courses, it’s easy and quick to reset your progress so can pick up where left off or try something completely new!

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Clearing Progress on Duolingo

Yes, you can clear your progress on Duolingo. To do so, go to the Settings page and select Learning Language. You’ll see a red sign next to the language’s flag – if you’re sure you want to delete it, press this button and all progress will be destroyed. Please note that this action cannot be undone, so make sure you are certain before proceeding.

Restarting Levels on Duolingo

Yes, you can restart a level on Duolingo. To do this, you need to go to the ‘Settings’ tab in the upper right corner of your course. From there, you will find a button labeled ‘Reset Progress’. Clicking on this button will take you to a page where you can reset your progress for the current level or for the entire course. Selecting ‘Remove’ will reset the level and start it from the beginning.

Resetting Duolingo on Mobile Devices

If you want to reset your Duolingo mobile app on an Android device, here’s what you need to do:
1. Hold down the back button on your device.
2. Swipe up on the Duolingo app icon.
3. Tap “Reset”.
4. Tap “OK”.
Once you have completed these steps, your Duolingo app should be reset and you can start fresh! Welcome back!

Resetting an App: A Complete Guide

To completely reset an app, follow these steps:
1. Go to your device’s Settings menu and tap on Apps or Apps & Notifications.
2. Tap on the app you wish to reset in the list of installed apps.
3. Tap Storage.
4. Tap Clear Data (this will remove any data and settings associated with the app).
5. Confirm that you want to clear the data and settings for the app by tapping OK or Clear Data.
6. The app should now be completely reset!


In conclusion, Duolingo is a great language-learning app that can help you learn multiple languages in an interactive and effective way. It has a wide range of features, such as lessons, mini-games, practice tests, and more. You can also reset your progress at any time if you want to start from scratch or just refresh your knowledge. With its intuitive design and easy-to-use interface, Duolingo makes it easy for anyone to learn a language of their choice without spending too much time or money.

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