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Hey everyone, I just thought I'd share this program with you for those that are interested in learning Spanish. It was developed with Spanish learners in mind so the vocabulary will be a bit easier than other programs and the speed will be a slower too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfb9-ZTCA-E .

Hey everyone, I just thought I'd share this program with you for those that are interested in learning Spanish. It was developed with Spanish learners in mind so the vocabulary will be a bit easier than other programs and the speed will be a slower too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfb9-ZTCA-E .

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ladykate
Gracias! Muy divertido!

Gracias! Muy divertido!

ladykate
Rossala314 - where did you find the DVD? I checked Amazon and it was not clear if it had Spanish dubbing (and, of course, they have more than one offering).

Rossala314 - where did you find the DVD? I checked Amazon and it was not clear if it had Spanish dubbing (and, of course, they have more than one offering).

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Hi everyone, due to a recent update in Chrome, some of our users are experiencing an issue with the audio not playing in the workouts. To resolve this issue, click on this link below, then under Autoplay Policy, choose "No User Gesture is Required" chrome://flags/#autoplay-policy We're working on a permanent solution in the meantime. Cheers, Andy, Fluenz Support

Hi everyone, due to a recent update in Chrome, some of our users are experiencing an issue with the audio not playing in the workouts. To resolve this issue, click on this link below, then under Autoplay Policy, choose "No User Gesture is Required"
chrome://flags/#autoplay-policy

We're working on a permanent solution in the meantime.

Cheers,

Andy, Fluenz Support

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Hello Fluenz I'm back! Just been busy avec ecole (I'm a high school teacher), but no excuse. My question: has there been some talks about Flashcards for Android? Merci beaucoup!

Hello Fluenz I'm back!
Just been busy avec ecole (I'm a high school teacher), but no excuse.
My question: has there been some talks about Flashcards for Android?
Merci beaucoup!

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josephcfl
I hope those projects involve a French 5 day Immersion classes!

I hope those projects involve a French 5 day Immersion classes!

andy@fluenz
Welcome back! Sorry, not plans for an Android App for Flashcards immediately. It's on our to do list and hopefully we'll get to it someday. We're currently working on other projects.

Welcome back! Sorry, not plans for an Android App for Flashcards immediately. It's on our to do list and hopefully we'll get to it someday. We're currently working on other projects.

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Hi. The Fluenz online keeps logging me out of the lesson while I'm in the middle of it - not even idle! Any idea why? It's frustrating to be in the middle of an answer.

Hi. The Fluenz online keeps logging me out of the lesson while I'm in the middle of it - not even idle! Any idea why? It's frustrating to be in the middle of an answer.

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andy@fluenz
Do you share your ID with someone else that could be logging into another computer?

Do you share your ID with someone else that could be logging into another computer?

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I have no idea how to understand the German cases. The way it is explained doesn't make much sense to me. I have taken German in High School and my teacher taught the same way Sonia does and nothing ever clicked. Just when I start understanding why a structure does this and why it is, it is suddenly skewed. My brain almost needs a rule of thumb to follow in order to understand. Does anyone have a way to remember how to tell between the cases that simply made more sense to them?

I have no idea how to understand the German cases. The way it is explained doesn't make much sense to me. I have taken German in High School and my teacher taught the same way Sonia does and nothing ever clicked. Just when I start understanding why a structure does this and why it is, it is suddenly skewed. My brain almost needs a rule of thumb to follow in order to understand. Does anyone have a way to remember how to tell between the cases that simply made more sense to them?

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Hornsten
Not sure if this answer helps, but I think the problem with German cases is that there isn’t just one rule, there are many. First you have to know enough (English) grammar to understand terms such as subject (which requires the nominative case), direct object (accusative case) and indirect object (dative case). Then there are lots of rules about certain articles, verbs and structures that require a certain case in a certain situation. My advice is to avoid putting any stress on yourself in the beginning about being able to _produce_ the correct sentence, but instead be comfortable with making lots of mistakes and just aim to _understand_ why a certain answer was the correct one (using Google, grammar books or whatever method). This will gradually build up your Sprachgefühl and you'll make fewer and fewer mistakes. Good luck, and remember that slow but steady will win the race!

Not sure if this answer helps, but I think the problem with German cases is that there isn’t just one rule, there are many. First you have to know enough (English) grammar to understand terms such as subject (which requires the nominative case), direct object (accusative case) and indirect object (dative case). Then there are lots of rules about certain articles, verbs and structures that require a certain case in a certain situation. My advice is to avoid putting any stress on yourself in the beginning about being able to _produce_ the correct sentence, but instead be comfortable with making lots of mistakes and just aim to _understand_ why a certain answer was the correct one (using Google, grammar books or whatever method). This will gradually build up your Sprachgefühl and you'll make fewer and fewer mistakes. Good luck, and remember that slow but steady will win the race!

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Hello I currently have the Fluenz 2.10 Mandarin Redbox, and the download for French. I would like to work with both offline. However, neither seem to work with Windows 10, you all still have not made a Microsoft Continuum App (which works on all Windows 10 devices), nor a Progressive Web App (which is platform natural). The only option I seem to have is to run it in the browser, which requires constant internet access, which effectively defeats the goal I am trying to accomplish. Is there a way to either: run the lessons offline using a Windows 10 device with the Edge Browser; or have up to date red boxes shipped to me so that I can install and run the lessons offline? If there happens to be another solution I am unaware of please help me to figure this out. I have not been able to properly use your software in a way that fits me since you all transitioned to 3.0. I have been patiently waiting for you all to make a Microsoft Continuum app, but that sadly has been a frustratingly long time.

Hello

I currently have the Fluenz 2.10 Mandarin Redbox, and the download for French. I would like to work with both offline. However, neither seem to work with Windows 10, you all still have not made a Microsoft Continuum App (which works on all Windows 10 devices), nor a Progressive Web App (which is platform natural). The only option I seem to have is to run it in the browser, which requires constant internet access, which effectively defeats the goal I am trying to accomplish.

Is there a way to either: run the lessons offline using a Windows 10 device with the Edge Browser; or have up to date red boxes shipped to me so that I can install and run the lessons offline? If there happens to be another solution I am unaware of please help me to figure this out. I have not been able to properly use your software in a way that fits me since you all transitioned to 3.0. I have been patiently waiting for you all to make a Microsoft Continuum app, but that sadly has been a frustratingly long time.

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andy@fluenz
Fluenz version f3 has been designed to be used both online and offline, exactly like an iPhone App but on your Windows 10 computer. To make it work offline you must have downloaded all your sessions prior to disconnecting from the internet via the Application that you installed on your desktop. When you close the Fluenz Application make sure not to log out of it. Close it by clicking on the X, below and to the right on the Application’s interface. As long as you have not logged out, you can close it and then go offline, or turn off your computer, and your sessions will be there.

Fluenz version f3 has been designed to be used both online and offline, exactly like an iPhone App but on your Windows 10 computer. To make it work offline you must have downloaded all your sessions prior to disconnecting from the internet via the Application that you installed on your desktop. When you close the Fluenz Application make sure not to log out of it. Close it by clicking on the X, below and to the right on the Application’s interface. As long as you have not logged out, you can close it and then go offline, or turn off your computer, and your sessions will be there.

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Is it possible, when using the online flashcards, to select sessions from multiple levels? I haven't been able to figure out how to do this, or if it is even possible. If it isn't possible, I would like to submit that as a suggestion for future development. Although I realize the levels are largely cumulative, adding on to knowledge from previous levels, some (more obscure/random) words and phrases don't get touched again by the program after it's initial introduction. Allowing users to select sessions from prior levels all at once in their flashcard review sessions seems like it would be a good way to rectify this issue. I, for one, would like to be able to select the final sessions, the review sessions, from each of the levels all at once and use those to generate my flashcards. Just a thought...Thanks for the great product!

Is it possible, when using the online flashcards, to select sessions from multiple levels? I haven't been able to figure out how to do this, or if it is even possible. If it isn't possible, I would like to submit that as a suggestion for future development. Although I realize the levels are largely cumulative, adding on to knowledge from previous levels, some (more obscure/random) words and phrases don't get touched again by the program after it's initial introduction. Allowing users to select sessions from prior levels all at once in their flashcard review sessions seems like it would be a good way to rectify this issue. I, for one, would like to be able to select the final sessions, the review sessions, from each of the levels all at once and use those to generate my flashcards.

Just a thought...Thanks for the great product!

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andy@fluenz
Regrettably, no. The flashcards have been designed to play multiple sessions from one level, but not from multiple levels. Great idea though. I've sent this to Sonia and our developers for future ideas.

Regrettably, no. The flashcards have been designed to play multiple sessions from one level, but not from multiple levels. Great idea though. I've sent this to Sonia and our developers for future ideas.

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I've purchased Fluenz French, Italian, German and recently Portugues. I'm not sure that I have a registration code for German and I purchased it a couple of years ago. Can you tell me if all my Fluenz products have been properly registered and if there are any updates for programs other than French, which I have received. With much appreciation, Lisa

I've purchased Fluenz French, Italian, German and recently Portugues. I'm not sure that I have a registration code for German and I purchased it a couple of years ago. Can you tell me if all my Fluenz products have been properly registered and if there are any updates for programs other than French, which I have received.
With much appreciation, Lisa

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andy@fluenz
Hi Lisa, I'll send you an email with your German activation code. There aren't any updates to the other languages that you have other than French. Cheers, Andy

Hi Lisa, I'll send you an email with your German activation code. There aren't any updates to the other languages that you have other than French. Cheers, Andy

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Hi , I have just recently completed Fluenz German 2. While my head felt like it was going to explode sometimes, it was actually amazing to see juts how much I have picked up. As my company paid for the course they wish to have a method of tracking my progression or knowing which levels I have completed? Is there a way of exporting a progression summary? Can't wait to hit level 3

Hi , I have just recently completed Fluenz German 2. While my head felt like it was going to explode sometimes, it was actually amazing to see juts how much I have picked up.
As my company paid for the course they wish to have a method of tracking my progression or knowing which levels I have completed? Is there a way of exporting a progression summary?

Can't wait to hit level 3

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andy@fluenz
Congrats on completing German 2! Perhaps you can print out the My Data section and send that to your employer. I'm afraid there isn't any certificate of completion for the program though. All the best in continuing onward!

Congrats on completing German 2! Perhaps you can print out the My Data section and send that to your employer. I'm afraid there isn't any certificate of completion for the program though. All the best in continuing onward!

ladykate
You can print the summary screen. Not really a certificate but it would be a little difficult to fake it so it might be good enough. Just go to the 'My Data' page and do a shift prtscn. Paste into a paint program or Word or similar and print it out. It will show how long you've been taking Fluenz and what lesson you are currently on.

You can print the summary screen. Not really a certificate but it would be a little difficult to fake it so it might be good enough. Just go to the 'My Data' page and do a shift prtscn. Paste into a paint program or Word or similar and print it out. It will show how long you've been taking Fluenz and what lesson you are currently on.

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Are there any new languages in the process of creation? I would love to see Japanese, ASL, or Arabic!

Are there any new languages in the process of creation? I would love to see Japanese, ASL, or Arabic!

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zac.hilliker
I love the design of the program! I would love to be able to recommend English for Spanish Speakers for some of my friends that want to improve their English proficiency!

I love the design of the program! I would love to be able to recommend English for Spanish Speakers for some of my friends that want to improve their English proficiency!

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