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Je viens de finir tous les cinq niveaux de Fluenz French. J'ai commence le programme quelques fois mais je ne l'ai jamais fait a la fin avant. My keyboard doesn't allow for accent marks, so I'm switching to English so you won't think I don't know how to spell properly. :-) I've had the program for years and have tried to get through it all a few times, but I never made it past half-way through Level 3. This time I started over with Level 1 in January and committed to doing one level per month. Today, June 12, I finished Level 5! I'm so happy, and I truly appreciate Fluenz - and especially Caroline, who did a wonderful job in the tutorials. I wish you could see the stack of flash cards I made while watching her tutorials. It's 8 inches high! I'll use them over and over to reinforce my learning. Now I know I must do as she says and find other ways to keep advancing my knowledge of French. Movies, a language buddy, Internet news, trips to France and/or Canada? All of the above? Thank you, Fluenz! Thank you, Caroline!!!

Je viens de finir tous les cinq niveaux de Fluenz French. J'ai commence le programme quelques fois mais je ne l'ai jamais fait a la fin avant. My keyboard doesn't allow for accent marks, so I'm switching to English so you won't think I don't know how to spell properly. :-) I've had the program for years and have tried to get through it all a few times, but I never made it past half-way through Level 3. This time I started over with Level 1 in January and committed to doing one level per month. Today, June 12, I finished Level 5! I'm so happy, and I truly appreciate Fluenz - and especially Caroline, who did a wonderful job in the tutorials. I wish you could see the stack of flash cards I made while watching her tutorials. It's 8 inches high! I'll use them over and over to reinforce my learning. Now I know I must do as she says and find other ways to keep advancing my knowledge of French. Movies, a language buddy, Internet news, trips to France and/or Canada? All of the above? Thank you, Fluenz! Thank you, Caroline!!!

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methinks99
Can someone help me? I have hit a "brick wall" at 4-13

Can someone help me? I have hit a "brick wall" at 4-13

andy@fluenz
Take a few days off from new lessons and try reviewing other lessons via the flashcards at flashcards.fluenz.com for a bit before moving on. When you start again, be sure to take written notes during the tutorial videos so you can have those to look back on. Handwritten tend to be best. Hope this helps!

Take a few days off from new lessons and try reviewing other lessons via the flashcards at flashcards.fluenz.com for a bit before moving on. When you start again, be sure to take written notes during the tutorial videos so you can have those to look back on. Handwritten tend to be best. Hope this helps!

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I have tried to download the updates (my version is 2.10 of Italian 3) It seems that there is an update available but the screen just goes blank after I answer all of the questions. Please advise, Thank you.

I have tried to download the updates (my version is 2.10 of Italian 3) It seems that there is an update available but the screen just goes blank after I answer all of the questions. Please advise, Thank you.

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andy@fluenz
The f2 version of Fluenz is no longer supported and we updated to version f3 in 2015. Send us an email to usersupport@fluenz.com and we'll get you set up with the latest version to download. Cheers! Andy

The f2 version of Fluenz is no longer supported and we updated to version f3 in 2015. Send us an email to usersupport@fluenz.com and we'll get you set up with the latest version to download. Cheers! Andy

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I am confused that an apostrophe isn't needed in the following sentence: "OK, qual `e la Sua camera?" I would have thought the correct form would be "OK, qual' `e la Sua camera?" Can someone please explain this for me? Thanks!l

I am confused that an apostrophe isn't needed in the following sentence: "OK, qual `e la Sua camera?" I would have thought the correct form would be "OK, qual' `e la Sua camera?" Can someone please explain this for me? Thanks!l

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A glowing review of the Fluenz Mexico Immersion in Condé Nast Traveler https://goo.gl/2kDmKv

A glowing review of the Fluenz Mexico Immersion in Condé Nast Traveler

https://goo.gl/2kDmKv

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We're super proud of this Forbes article that came out this morning Hope you enjoy it! https://www.forbes.com/sites/taylorboozan/2018/10/09/fluenz-an-experient... .

We're super proud of this Forbes article that came out this morning
Hope you enjoy it!

https://www.forbes.com/sites/taylorboozan/2018/10/09/fluenz-an-experient... .

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I finished studied Fluenz Italian 1-2-3 last month and just had a day layover in Rome after a long trip in Africa. Well again thanks a lot Fluenz for teaching me enough so that I could buy metro train and tickets, order meals, ask for directions and much more! I made a few mistakes, mostly because I was mixing Spanish and Italian, with small words like molto/mucho, and numbers (quatorce/quatordici) but overall I felt pretty confident and my knowledge of French and Spanish definitely made comprehension very easy. I can't wait to start Fluenz Italian 4!

I finished studied Fluenz Italian 1-2-3 last month and just had a day layover in Rome after a long trip in Africa. Well again thanks a lot Fluenz for teaching me enough so that I could buy metro train and tickets, order meals, ask for directions and much more! I made a few mistakes, mostly because I was mixing Spanish and Italian, with small words like molto/mucho, and numbers (quatorce/quatordici) but overall I felt pretty confident and my knowledge of French and Spanish definitely made comprehension very easy. I can't wait to start Fluenz Italian 4!

andy@fluenz
Always a pleasure to hear from you Fabrice and we're thrilled that you advancing so well in the Italian program. Good luck with your travels and Italian!!

Always a pleasure to hear from you Fabrice and we're thrilled that you advancing so well in the Italian program. Good luck with your travels and Italian!!

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We recently attended a week of Mercedes Benz events in Stuttgart. My attempt to speak German at the hotel and hotel restaurant were met with quizzical looks and then I would transition to English. At this point I felt depressed that years of study had been a failure. I understood them but they didn't understand me. At dinner one evening I was seated next to a MB employee. His proximity and knowing he would bail me out if needed, I successfully ordered in German and was emboldened to make conversation in German with him. I told him I was amazed at my success with German after miserably failing at the hotel and a couple of restaurants. He replied that the reason was simple. People working in the hospitality industry in Germany are frequently immigrants from Turkey and Greece who have good English language skills but poor German language skills. Suddenly my confidence was restored. I would speak German every chance I got, knowing that if I was not understood, it was not because of my inept German skills, but perhaps theirs. My motivation to continue learning German was restored.

We recently attended a week of Mercedes Benz events in Stuttgart. My attempt to speak German at the hotel and hotel restaurant were met with quizzical looks and then I would transition to English. At this point I felt depressed that years of study had been a failure. I understood them but they didn't understand me. At dinner one evening I was seated next to a MB employee. His proximity and knowing he would bail me out if needed, I successfully ordered in German and was emboldened to make conversation in German with him. I told him I was amazed at my success with German after miserably failing at the hotel and a couple of restaurants. He replied that the reason was simple. People working in the hospitality industry in Germany are frequently immigrants from Turkey and Greece who have good English language skills but poor German language skills. Suddenly my confidence was restored. I would speak German every chance I got, knowing that if I was not understood, it was not because of my inept German skills, but perhaps theirs. My motivation to continue learning German was restored.

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Fabrice
Interesting experience thanks for sharing !

Interesting experience thanks for sharing !

andy@fluenz
Great story!!

Great story!!

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Would you consider adding a feature where you could actually print out flashcards of words and phrases?

Would you consider adding a feature where you could actually print out flashcards of words and phrases?

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andy@fluenz
@Roxanne, we don't have any plans to develop printable versions of the flashcards, sorry!

@Roxanne, we don't have any plans to develop printable versions of the flashcards, sorry!

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Sometimes you need to use "de allá" and other times simply allá "Creo que había un letrero allá antes" versus "Mi padre trabajaba en ese edificio de allá." Can someone explain when the :de" is needed? Thanks

Sometimes you need to use "de allá" and other times simply allá
"Creo que había un letrero allá antes" versus "Mi padre trabajaba en ese edificio de allá."

Can someone explain when the :de" is needed?

Thanks

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In the workouts, I keep forgetting to put the word "de" with aqui and alla. Can you explain the grammatical structure again of why we use "de" before aqui and alla? I forget which lesson that this grammar was taught.

In the workouts, I keep forgetting to put the word "de" with aqui and alla. Can you explain the grammatical structure again of why we use "de" before aqui and alla? I forget which lesson that this grammar was taught.

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zac.hilliker
This is covered in Level 2 - Session 1, This one here/That one there. I think Sonia will be able to explain it better than me! =)

This is covered in Level 2 - Session 1, This one here/That one there. I think Sonia will be able to explain it better than me! =)

flydoc40
I have the same problem. Sometimes you need to "de allá" and other times simply allá Creo que había un letrero allá antes versus Mi padre trabajaba en ese edificio de allá.Can someone explain when the :de" is needed?

I have the same problem. Sometimes you need to "de allá" and other times simply allá
Creo que había un letrero allá antes versus Mi padre trabajaba en ese edificio de allá.Can someone explain when the :de" is needed?

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