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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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Hello everyone, I am about to finish Spanish Latin America Level 2 and Sonia made a comment at the end one of the lessons about watching a movie called "Volver" with Penelope Cruz. I was wondering if any of you know of some Spanish films or TV Series (with the option of subtitles), that you would recommend watching in the journey of learning Spanish. Thanks!!

Hello everyone,

I am about to finish Spanish Latin America Level 2 and Sonia made a comment at the end one of the lessons about watching a movie called "Volver" with Penelope Cruz. I was wondering if any of you know of some Spanish films or TV Series (with the option of subtitles), that you would recommend watching in the journey of learning Spanish. Thanks!!

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"When Only the Best Spanish Immersion Program Will Do" amazing write-up by @LuxeGetaways https://goo.gl/besoRc

"When Only the Best Spanish Immersion Program Will Do" amazing write-up by @LuxeGetaways https://goo.gl/besoRc

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If anyone here wants a good TV Show to learn Spanish with, Club de Cuervos is awesome if you have Netflix. It's jointly made between American and Mexican producers/writers and it's pretty hilarious. It is in Spanish with English subtitles. It's humor/material is R rated so I would put the little ones to bed for it. Maturity level what you would expect from an HBO series like Eastbound and Down. That being said, you will learn quite a bit of Spanish probably not covered in Fluenz...:).

If anyone here wants a good TV Show to learn Spanish with, Club de Cuervos is awesome if you have Netflix. It's jointly made between American and Mexican producers/writers and it's pretty hilarious. It is in Spanish with English subtitles. It's humor/material is R rated so I would put the little ones to bed for it. Maturity level what you would expect from an HBO series like Eastbound and Down. That being said, you will learn quite a bit of Spanish probably not covered in Fluenz...:).

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Has anyone found a current Spanish Immersion Cruise (or simply a cruise which uses Spanish as the primary language)? I would like to take my wife on one since they usually also speak English and I can practice Spanish and the wife won't feel left out as much. There are some very old versions of this type of cruise on the web but I can't find anything that looks like it is current.

Has anyone found a current Spanish Immersion Cruise (or simply a cruise which uses Spanish as the primary language)? I would like to take my wife on one since they usually also speak English and I can practice Spanish and the wife won't feel left out as much.

There are some very old versions of this type of cruise on the web but I can't find anything that looks like it is current.

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I am planning a trip to Europe with my wife. We would like to visit Spain and stay in a private home for a Home immersion week of Spanish learning. We also would like to experience the culture and the cooking. So any experience with home immersion classes in Spain? thanks rj and patty

I am planning a trip to Europe with my wife. We would like to visit Spain and stay in a private home for a Home immersion week of Spanish learning. We also would like to experience the culture and the cooking. So any experience with home immersion classes in Spain?
thanks rj and patty

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I was just wondering what some other peoples favorite Spanish singer/band or song was? I know Shakira is a really popular but what are some others.

I was just wondering what some other peoples favorite Spanish singer/band or song was? I know Shakira is a really popular but what are some others.

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As I get ready for my flight to Thailand tomorrow, it just dawned on me that before learning Spanish with Fluenz I had only been in a few countries in Europe when I was a kid and a teenager (i'm originally from France but live in the USA). Then most of my international trips were back to France to see my family. After learning Spanish with Fluenz, I decided to go by myself to Uruguay for a couple of weeks in order to "dive" into the Spanish language. This was the start of multiple trips to South America: Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Panama. Also took a few trips to Mexico city, Guadalaja, and I'm fortunate enough to live near the border so I cross to Tijuana often to visit my Mexican friends and enjoy the food. I then learned Mandarin with Fluenz, and this opened my eyes to Asia, which was not a destination I had ever in mind. I took a flight to Japan for my birthday and loved it, so after finishing Mandarin I flew to China, and it was too a total delight. Now I got the travel bug and decided to visit Thailand and I'm leaving tomorrow. But when I was offered a very cheap return trip to China in december, I couldn't say no so i'm back flying solo to Beijing in two months in order to practice my chinese and visit more of the country (I know it's gonna be cold, but hey i'm going to ski in China, how cool is that!) I already booked a flight to Vietnam for next march, and I'm planning a trip to Portugal, Spain and Africa for next year in September. Without Fluenz I would still probably do my yearly visit to France and travel here and there within the US. I cannot thank Fluenz enough for giving me the opportunity to see the world and its beautiful cultures. Fabrice. PS: I learned basic Thai online and with a teacher, and I can tell you there is nothing out there that is at the level of Fluenz!

As I get ready for my flight to Thailand tomorrow, it just dawned on me that before learning Spanish with Fluenz I had only been in a few countries in Europe when I was a kid and a teenager (i'm originally from France but live in the USA). Then most of my international trips were back to France to see my family.

After learning Spanish with Fluenz, I decided to go by myself to Uruguay for a couple of weeks in order to "dive" into the Spanish language. This was the start of multiple trips to South America: Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Panama. Also took a few trips to Mexico city, Guadalaja, and I'm fortunate enough to live near the border so I cross to Tijuana often to visit my Mexican friends and enjoy the food.

I then learned Mandarin with Fluenz, and this opened my eyes to Asia, which was not a destination I had ever in mind. I took a flight to Japan for my birthday and loved it, so after finishing Mandarin I flew to China, and it was too a total delight.

Now I got the travel bug and decided to visit Thailand and I'm leaving tomorrow. But when I was offered a very cheap return trip to China in december, I couldn't say no so i'm back flying solo to Beijing in two months in order to practice my chinese and visit more of the country (I know it's gonna be cold, but hey i'm going to ski in China, how cool is that!)

I already booked a flight to Vietnam for next march, and I'm planning a trip to Portugal, Spain and Africa for next year in September.

Without Fluenz I would still probably do my yearly visit to France and travel here and there within the US. I cannot thank Fluenz enough for giving me the opportunity to see the world and its beautiful cultures.

Fabrice.

PS: I learned basic Thai online and with a teacher, and I can tell you there is nothing out there that is at the level of Fluenz!

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This is a post to say Gracias por todo! Estoy de vacaciones en La Republica Dominicana y tengo decir gracias! Your program is absolutely amazing. I am on Spanish 4 and I am literally able to communicate with the staff at the resort. The people are so appreciative of the fact that I am trying to communicate with them in their language. I cannot thank you enough for the knowledge and support I receive from Fluenz. I wish your company decades of success. You truly have changed my life.

This is a post to say Gracias por todo! Estoy de vacaciones en La Republica Dominicana y tengo decir gracias! Your program is absolutely amazing. I am on Spanish 4 and I am literally able to communicate with the staff at the resort. The people are so appreciative of the fact that I am trying to communicate with them in their language. I cannot thank you enough for the knowledge and support I receive from Fluenz. I wish your company decades of success. You truly have changed my life.

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This is a wonderful program. Thank you Sonia (and everyone else) for being a great teacher. I'm going to Peru in late April to hike the Inca Trail, travel to Puerto Maldonado Hacienda Concepcion and then to Lima for a few days before we come home. This is going to make the experience much more fulfilling. I do have a question. There were a few sessions that I didn't feel I did well on. I didn't score anything less than a B- and out of 90 sessions probably only 6 or 7 B's and the rest A's. Is it worth the time to go back and do a few of those over or do you recommend just moving forward? I should be writing this in Spanish but I'm in a bit of a hurry now. Thank you again!

This is a wonderful program. Thank you Sonia (and everyone else) for being a great teacher. I'm going to Peru in late April to hike the Inca Trail, travel to Puerto Maldonado Hacienda Concepcion and then to Lima for a few days before we come home. This is going to make the experience much more fulfilling. I do have a question. There were a few sessions that I didn't feel I did well on. I didn't score anything less than a B- and out of 90 sessions probably only 6 or 7 B's and the rest A's. Is it worth the time to go back and do a few of those over or do you recommend just moving forward? I should be writing this in Spanish but I'm in a bit of a hurry now. Thank you again!

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