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Is anyone else having an issue with the dialogue not loading on this one? I'm just moving past it, no hay problema, but this section just shows up as a blank page for me

Is anyone else having an issue with the dialogue not loading on this one? I'm just moving past it, no hay problema, but this section just shows up as a blank page for me

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andy@fluenz
My first suggestion is to refresh the web page when this happens. Sometimes the audio and photos may not load correctly in the browser and this will resolve the issue. If this doesn't work, in Chrome there is a setting where you can setup an exception to allow Javascript to be run on online.fluenz.com. All the audio except the video players and the Recording drills are handled by javascript. To set-up an exception in Chrome, find Settings in the top-right menu (click on the button of the 3 vertical dots). Click on "Show Advanced Settings", then under Privacy, find Content Settings, a window should pop-up. In the window, find "Javascript" and click on Manage exceptions. Here you will be able to enter online.fluenz.com and set to "allow". You can also try adding an exception in the "Plug-ins" section.Next, you can restart the browser for the changes to take effect. My first suggestion is to refresh the web page when this happens. Sometimes the audio and photos may not load correctly in the browser and this will resolve the issue. If this doesn't work, in Chrome there is a setting where you can setup an exception to allow Javascript to be run on online.fluenz.com. All the audio except the video players and the Recording drills are handled by javascript. To set-up an exception in Chrome, find Settings in the top-right menu (click on the button of the 3 vertical dots). Click on "Show Advanced Settings", then under Privacy, find Content Settings, a window should pop-up. In the window, find "Javascript" and click on Manage exceptions. Here you will be able to enter online.fluenz.com and set to "allow". You can also try adding an exception in the "Plug-ins" section.Next, you can restart the browser for the changes to take effect.

My first suggestion is to refresh the web page when this happens. Sometimes the audio and photos may not load correctly in the browser and this will resolve the issue. If this doesn't work, in Chrome there is a setting where you can setup an exception to allow Javascript to be run on online.fluenz.com. All the audio except the video players and the Recording drills are handled by javascript.

To set-up an exception in Chrome, find Settings in the top-right menu (click on the button of the 3 vertical dots).

Click on "Show Advanced Settings", then under Privacy, find Content Settings, a window should pop-up.

In the window, find "Javascript" and click on Manage exceptions. Here you will be able to enter online.fluenz.com and set to "allow". You can also try adding an exception in the "Plug-ins" section.Next, you can restart the browser for the changes to take effect.

My first suggestion is to refresh the web page when this happens. Sometimes the audio and photos may not load correctly in the browser and this will resolve the issue. If this doesn't work, in Chrome there is a setting where you can setup an exception to allow Javascript to be run on online.fluenz.com. All the audio except the video players and the Recording drills are handled by javascript.

To set-up an exception in Chrome, find Settings in the top-right menu (click on the button of the 3 vertical dots).

Click on "Show Advanced Settings", then under Privacy, find Content Settings, a window should pop-up.

In the window, find "Javascript" and click on Manage exceptions. Here you will be able to enter online.fluenz.com and set to "allow". You can also try adding an exception in the "Plug-ins" section.Next, you can restart the browser for the changes to take effect.

x01301
I had the same problem. It only occurred when I was attempting multiple lessons in one sitting. My work around was to close the chrome window and reopen it after each lesson.

I had the same problem. It only occurred when I was attempting multiple lessons in one sitting. My work around was to close the chrome window and reopen it after each lesson.

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Problem seems only to occur with the “Write the words you read” exercise in green. The others requiring typing are shifting as before.

Problem seems only to occur with the “Write the words you read” exercise in green. The others requiring typing are shifting as before.

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Umich1005
Andy, I am using the built-in keyboard on the iPad. Here are my screen shots. I notice that your green is different. I am using the Upgraded French. https://photos.app.goo.gl/w8D6bsAiME8qVeTQ6

Andy, I am using the built-in keyboard on the iPad. Here are my screen shots. I notice that your green is different. I am using the Upgraded French.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/w8D6bsAiME8qVeTQ6

Umich1005
Andy, I am using the built-in keyboard on the iPad. Here are my screen shots. I notice that your green is different. I am using the Upgraded French. https://photos.app.goo.gl/w8D6bsAiME8qVeTQ6

Andy, I am using the built-in keyboard on the iPad. Here are my screen shots. I notice that your green is different. I am using the Upgraded French.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/w8D6bsAiME8qVeTQ6

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So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone. I couldn't find a facility in the Fluenz IPhone app to grab them online si downloaded them onto my W10 desktop Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off? Thanks

So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone.
I couldn't find a facility in the Fluenz IPhone app to grab them online si downloaded them onto my W10 desktop
Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off?

Thanks

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andy@fluenz
First you'll need to unzip them then transfer using iTunes. To add items from your computer to your iTunes library do either of the following: Drag a file or folder from the desktop to the iTunes window. If you add a folder, all the files it contains are added to your library. In iTunes, choose File > Add to Library, locate a file or folder, and click Open. Once you've added the files that you would like, you can then sync to your iPhone. Here are the steps to do so: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201253

First you'll need to unzip them then transfer using iTunes. To add items from your computer to your iTunes library do either of the following: Drag a file or folder from the desktop to the iTunes window. If you add a folder, all the files it contains are added to your library. In iTunes, choose File > Add to Library, locate a file or folder, and click Open. Once you've added the files that you would like, you can then sync to your iPhone. Here are the steps to do so: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201253

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How can I download the Fluenz audio directly to my iPhone to listen to the comprehension and listening drills. I cannot connect my iPhone to a computer due to a security control at work. The link http://anywhere.fluenz.com/ is not working. Thanks

How can I download the Fluenz audio directly to my iPhone to listen to the comprehension and listening drills. I cannot connect my iPhone to a computer due to a security control at work. The link http://anywhere.fluenz.com/ is not working.

Thanks

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Biotron
So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone. Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off?

So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone.

Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off?

Biotron
So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone. Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off?

So tell the rest of us who CAN connect an IPhone to their computer how to transfer the downloaded and unzipped audio files to their IPhone.

Do I need to use ITunes to pull it off?

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I am confusing direct and indirect object pronouns? Any fast tips to get them into my head? Also: having trouble with syntax with direct and indirect object pronouns (more with the indirect). Any recommendations on how to the Italian sentence structure (the order of the words)?

I am confusing direct and indirect object pronouns? Any fast tips to get them into my head? Also: having trouble with syntax with direct and indirect object pronouns (more with the indirect). Any recommendations on how to the Italian sentence structure (the order of the words)?

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Apolonia D.
Hi Dianne, I recommend reviewing session 20, level 5, which is focused on direct and indirect pronouns. There is almost no new material in that session, so both the tutorial and the exercises are very useful to practice the sentence structure and the pronouns themselves. Hope this helps!

Hi Dianne, I recommend reviewing session 20, level 5, which is focused on direct and indirect pronouns. There is almost no new material in that session, so both the tutorial and the exercises are very useful to practice the sentence structure and the pronouns themselves. Hope this helps!

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Hi Andy. I am still stuck with the flashcards. I keep going back to Level 4, session 18, Linear. It is a nuisance now that I am in Level 5 and want Super random. You wrote that your techs were working on it. Have they come up with a solution yet?

Hi Andy. I am still stuck with the flashcards. I keep going back to Level 4, session 18, Linear. It is a nuisance now that I am in Level 5 and want Super random. You wrote that your techs were working on it. Have they come up with a solution yet?

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Devinez qui
My flashcards are also still stuck on level 4, session 23.

My flashcards are also still stuck on level 4, session 23.

andy@fluenz
This is fixed in development on our end, we just have a bit of a delay on publishing the fix because we are waiting to update a few other things at the same time. I'll be sure to post here once it's ready.

This is fixed in development on our end, we just have a bit of a delay on publishing the fix because we are waiting to update a few other things at the same time. I'll be sure to post here once it's ready.

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I have a question about one of the exercises. In Match the words the phrase is "ist das die Nummer des Studenten" and the answer is "Is that the Student's(m) number" So, I know this is the genitive. If we are talking about male students (plural) isn't it die Studenten so shouldn't it be der Studenten for the genitive case and not des Studenten?

I have a question about one of the exercises. In Match the words the phrase is "ist das die Nummer des Studenten" and the answer is "Is that the Student's(m) number" So, I know this is the genitive. If we are talking about male students (plural) isn't it die Studenten so shouldn't it be der Studenten for the genitive case and not des Studenten?

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lharr1963
Thank you Emilie, yes, confusing, I will review session 9. I do see in my notes for that session that I wrote something about this, but it has not sunk in yet I guess. Thanks again

Thank you Emilie, yes, confusing, I will review session 9. I do see in my notes for that session that I wrote something about this, but it has not sunk in yet I guess. Thanks again

Emilie Poyet
Hi Iharr1963, you're right that it can be confusing here because of the 's end the EN at the end of Student, yet here the phrase is about one male student (singular), which is why the article is "des". The 's in English is used to mark the possessive here, not the plural And the "en" at the end of "Student" in German is here because Student is part of a special group of masculine nouns that we call "weak masculines" in German grammar. All these nouns, like der Student, der Name, der Kollege etc take on a final EN in any case but the Nominative case (subject). if you want to review them you can go back to the tutorial of German 4 session 9. If we were referring to several students though, you're right that the phrase would be: Ist das die Nummer der Studenten? /Is that the students'(p/m) number? Hope this helps!

Hi Iharr1963, you're right that it can be confusing here because of the 's end the EN at the end of Student, yet here the phrase is about one male student (singular), which is why the article is "des".
The 's in English is used to mark the possessive here, not the plural
And the "en" at the end of "Student" in German is here because Student is part of a special group of masculine nouns that we call "weak masculines" in German grammar. All these nouns, like der Student, der Name, der Kollege etc take on a final EN in any case but the Nominative case (subject).
if you want to review them you can go back to the tutorial of German 4 session 9.
If we were referring to several students though, you're right that the phrase would be: Ist das die Nummer der Studenten? /Is that the students'(p/m) number?
Hope this helps!

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I highly recommend watching 2NIGHT- Italian film made in 2016 or 2017- available on Amazon Prime. Very modern, very believable, and very funny. The dialogue isn’t hard to follow (as there are only 3 characters). I could follow it pretty well and I am only up to Italian 3 in FLUENZ. It all takes place in one night in Rome. You won’t be sorry. The acting is really good and so is the story and the music.

I highly recommend watching 2NIGHT- Italian film made in 2016 or 2017- available on Amazon Prime. Very modern, very believable, and very funny. The dialogue isn’t hard to follow (as there are only 3 characters). I could follow it pretty well and I am only up to Italian 3 in FLUENZ. It all takes place in one night in Rome. You won’t be sorry. The acting is really good and so is the story and the music.

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dianne
Sorry correction: it’s not on netflicks. It is available on Amazon Prime

Sorry correction: it’s not on netflicks. It is available on Amazon Prime

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I just finished Level 2, but it says that it is only 99.77% complete. How do I figure out what I missed?

I just finished Level 2, but it says that it is only 99.77% complete. How do I figure out what I missed?

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CindyLou
Hello. I have the same problem. I wish there was a way to click on the percentage and it would take you to the incomplete part. My bookmark won't move to the next session until it is 100%.

Hello. I have the same problem. I wish there was a way to click on the percentage and it would take you to the incomplete part. My bookmark won't move to the next session until it is 100%.

andy@fluenz
It's likely that you just missed a conclusion video or something like that. If you didn't click "Next" after the conclusion it may not have counted that.

It's likely that you just missed a conclusion video or something like that. If you didn't click "Next" after the conclusion it may not have counted that.

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In level 1 lesson 1 Sonia says that pronouns go after the verb in questions. Yet, in level 1 lesson 4 the software will not take an answer arranged that way. The answer shows the pronoun first before the question. It seems to me that they are correct both ways. Is this true?

In level 1 lesson 1 Sonia says that pronouns go after the verb in questions. Yet, in level 1 lesson 4 the software will not take an answer arranged that way. The answer shows the pronoun first before the question. It seems to me that they are correct both ways. Is this true?

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Apolonia D.
Hi Robert, that is because the structure is different depending on whether it's a yes/no question or a question with a question word such as what, where, when etc. In session 1 Sonia explains the structure for questions with questions words: - Question word + verb + subject. Example: ¿Qué quiere tomar usted? = What do you want to drink? In session 2 Sonia explains the structure for yes/no questions. This is easier to remember, because the order is the same as in statements, you only have to change the intonation: - Subject + verb + rest of phrase. Example: ¿Usted quiere tomar un café? = Do you want to drink a coffee? So first you need to identify the type of question and then choose one structure or the other. Both structures are reviewed in the following sessions and you'll see that after some practice you'll stop thinking about the order, it will come naturally to you. I hope this helps, let me know if there's something still unclear. Cheers, Apolonia

Hi Robert, that is because the structure is different depending on whether it's a yes/no question or a question with a question word such as what, where, when etc. In session 1 Sonia explains the structure for questions with questions words:
- Question word + verb + subject. Example: ¿Qué quiere tomar usted? = What do you want to drink?
In session 2 Sonia explains the structure for yes/no questions. This is easier to remember, because the order is the same as in statements, you only have to change the intonation:
- Subject + verb + rest of phrase. Example: ¿Usted quiere tomar un café? = Do you want to drink a coffee?
So first you need to identify the type of question and then choose one structure or the other. Both structures are reviewed in the following sessions and you'll see that after some practice you'll stop thinking about the order, it will come naturally to you.
I hope this helps, let me know if there's something still unclear. Cheers, Apolonia

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