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flashcards to translate "I speak a little" is translated to "I speak a little" English to English. Sloppy Fluenz, come on! Remove this stuff.

flashcards to translate "I speak a little" is translated to "I speak a little"
English to English. Sloppy Fluenz, come on! Remove this stuff.

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I just picked Session 10... but really any Flashcard session that has English English what? English language? English person? Flashcards are not clear. Same goes for "Chinese" Are the flashcards asking me: Chinese person? as in Zhongguo ren Chinese language? as in hanyu I know and understand it's just flash cards, but the devil is in the details. More sloppiness from the creators of Fluenz mandarin. Really starting to get disappointed in what I purchased. It's like you guys never went through a QA phase in your development. One last comment: I don't know how to put the accents in my posts. I can pull them in from word or something, but it would be nice to have a keyboard in the language that's selected.

I just picked Session 10... but really any Flashcard session that has English
English what?
English language? English person?

Flashcards are not clear.

Same goes for "Chinese"
Are the flashcards asking me:
Chinese person? as in Zhongguo ren

Chinese language? as in hanyu

I know and understand it's just flash cards, but the devil is in the details.

More sloppiness from the creators of Fluenz mandarin. Really starting to get disappointed in what I purchased. It's like you guys never went through a QA phase in your development.

One last comment: I don't know how to put the accents in my posts. I can pull them in from word or something, but it would be nice to have a keyboard in the language that's selected.

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In the dialog for session 13, a question used is "That one, how much is it?". The response is "We don't have that one." Is there something about "that one" that I am missing? Is she pointing at an empty dust jacket? A computer screen? Over all, the sessions are well designed and well executed. Thanks

In the dialog for session 13, a question used is "That one, how much is it?". The response is "We don't have that one." Is there something about "that one" that I am missing? Is she pointing at an empty dust jacket? A computer screen?

Over all, the sessions are well designed and well executed. Thanks

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I'm totally confused about what I'm supposed to do during the conversation workouts. It says it's recording but then what do I do? An example would be helpful. Thanks!

I'm totally confused about what I'm supposed to do during the conversation workouts. It says it's recording but then what do I do? An example would be helpful. Thanks!

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In the respond to a question part, the audio questions are using words we have not learned. This happened the last session as well, but this time I wrote them down. San ben shu. Liang zhi bi. Ta shi laoban. I skipped to the next workout at that point as there was no reason to guess at things we have not done.

In the respond to a question part, the audio questions are using words we have not learned. This happened the last session as well, but this time I wrote them down. San ben shu. Liang zhi bi. Ta shi laoban. I skipped to the next workout at that point as there was no reason to guess at things we have not done.

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Is there an error in session 6? It's a workout where you listen and type what you hear. The answer is "Bu, wo yao liang ge." Sorry, I don't know how to do accents outside of fluenz yet. The accent mark on Bu appears to be going the wrong way. Is this an error or am I learning something new here?

Is there an error in session 6? It's a workout where you listen and type what you hear. The answer is "Bu, wo yao liang ge." Sorry, I don't know how to do accents outside of fluenz yet. The accent mark on Bu appears to be going the wrong way. Is this an error or am I learning something new here?

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There are many words which contain either "ou" or "uo", it seems to be a general rule that the tone is always on the o. This was never mentioned but is worth remembering. I think the same goes for words with "ia" or "ai", the tone is always on the a. no similar rule applies to "iu/ui" combinations. for example the word "jiu", english "then", has tone on the u, but the word "hui", english "will", has the tone on i.

There are many words which contain either "ou" or "uo", it seems to be a general rule that the tone is always on the o. This was never mentioned but is worth remembering.

I think the same goes for words with "ia" or "ai", the tone is always on the a.

no similar rule applies to "iu/ui" combinations. for example the word "jiu", english "then", has tone on the u, but the word "hui", english "will", has the tone on i.

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I was wondering if there was a way to see all of the words you learn in each session laid out, not in the flashcards. A list with each sessions words. Does anyone know if this exists? Xiè xie!!

I was wondering if there was a way to see all of the words you learn in each session laid out, not in the flashcards. A list with each sessions words. Does anyone know if this exists? Xiè xie!!

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Hi, in session 30, we see dianr used as "more" and "small": xià ge xīngqī wǒ yǒu diǎnr shíjiān: next week i have more time xiǎojiě, yào diǎnr kāfēi: miss i want a small coffee I thought that dianr meant "a little bit" ? or at least yidianr did?

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in session 30, we see dianr used as "more" and "small":

xià ge xīngqī wǒ yǒu diǎnr shíjiān: next week i have more time
xiǎojiě, yào diǎnr kāfēi: miss i want a small coffee

I thought that dianr meant "a little bit" ? or at least yidianr did?

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i am having difficulty understanding the difference between chi and chifan.

i am having difficulty understanding the difference between chi and chifan.

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