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On the writing part it said "the ticket" and when I wrote "el boleto" it said it was correct BUT it showed and also said "la entrada". That's not correct, right? Something seems to crossed wires.

On the writing part it said "the ticket" and when I wrote "el boleto" it said it was correct BUT it showed and also said "la entrada". That's not correct, right? Something seems to crossed wires.

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I had windows 7 and downloaded the free windows 10 as recommended by windows! now all my Fluenz c.d.s that are on my lap top have blurred sound issues. I can understand them just but it is very annoying. Can I delete my Fluenz c.d.s and reinstall them or is it an issue that a repair shop should deal with. I cannot seem to make any sense of the windows online help.

I had windows 7 and downloaded the free windows 10 as recommended by windows! now all my Fluenz c.d.s that are on my lap top have blurred sound issues. I can understand them just but it is very annoying. Can I delete my Fluenz c.d.s and reinstall them or is it an issue that a repair shop should deal with. I cannot seem to make any sense of the windows online help.

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I JUST FINISHED LESSON 30 OF LEVEL 5 SPANISH ... This has been a long hard (but fun) road. As I have mentioned before I do each lesson twice. So I have actually completed the full program TWICE. It took me well over two years to do it. Each lesson takes about 3 or 4 hours so that means I spent over 1,000 hours. There were times when I almost gave up and did not think I would be able to make it. But I just kept plugging along. Thanks Sonia for the lessons. I am going to miss seeing you on a regular basis. I plan on revisiting a few lessons here and there when I find I have a problem. Now on to improving my knowledge, and getting more comfortable with engaging in conversations. This will be much easier now that I have the Fluenz grammer and vocabulary base to work off of. I wonder how many people who start, actually finish?

I JUST FINISHED LESSON 30 OF LEVEL 5 SPANISH ... This has been a long hard (but fun) road. As I have mentioned before I do each lesson twice. So I have actually completed the full program TWICE. It took me well over two years to do it. Each lesson takes about 3 or 4 hours so that means I spent over 1,000 hours. There were times when I almost gave up and did not think I would be able to make it. But I just kept plugging along.

Thanks Sonia for the lessons. I am going to miss seeing you on a regular basis. I plan on revisiting a few lessons here and there when I find I have a problem. Now on to improving my knowledge, and getting more comfortable with engaging in conversations. This will be much easier now that I have the Fluenz grammer and vocabulary base to work off of.

I wonder how many people who start, actually finish?

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Hi, Sonia! Is it possible that there are program errors in Spanish Level 3, Lesson 14 or am I doing something wrong? It seems that the matching puzzle pieces are English to English instead of Spanish to English. Also the dialogue recording feature doesn't seem to be working in this or the previous two lessons. In other parts of lesson 14 I've found English where I expected to find Spanish, which I thought was just a way of making the lesson a bit more challenging, but in some places there doesn't seem to be a way to check to see if my answers are correct. It's totally possible that I'm missing something. Can anyone help with this?

Hi, Sonia! Is it possible that there are program errors in Spanish Level 3, Lesson 14 or am I doing something wrong? It seems that the matching puzzle pieces are English to English instead of Spanish to English. Also the dialogue recording feature doesn't seem to be working in this or the previous two lessons. In other parts of lesson 14 I've found English where I expected to find Spanish, which I thought was just a way of making the lesson a bit more challenging, but in some places there doesn't seem to be a way to check to see if my answers are correct. It's totally possible that I'm missing something. Can anyone help with this?

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I have finally managed to burn next 'and' 'last' into my memory as "la semana pasada" and "la semana proxima". I normally think of adjectives as following the noun in Spanish so this made sense to me. But now it seems that proxima and pasada go before the noun as in "la proxima reunion". Google translate also has this order. Is there a grammar rule that I'm missing? --- After posting the above, I just noticed that someone else also asked the same question but it was not answered so I'll leave this question here anyway in hopes that someone can shed some light on it. Thanks in advance. Chris

I have finally managed to burn next 'and' 'last' into my memory as "la semana pasada" and "la semana proxima". I normally think of adjectives as following the noun in Spanish so this made sense to me.

But now it seems that proxima and pasada go before the noun as in "la proxima reunion". Google translate also has this order. Is there a grammar rule that I'm missing?

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After posting the above, I just noticed that someone else also asked the same question but it was not answered so I'll leave this question here anyway in hopes that someone can shed some light on it.

Thanks in advance.

Chris

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

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On the "Write the phrase you read" section: Is (it) fourteen pesos? (It)’s not very expensive, (I) want one, please. Answer: son catorce pesos? no es muy caro. quiero uno por favor Should it be "es catorce pesos?" since it is talking about one ticket. If the question was "they are fourteen pesos" meaning the group of tickets, then it would be "son catorce pesos"

On the "Write the phrase you read" section:
Is (it) fourteen pesos? (It)’s not very expensive, (I) want one, please.

Answer:
son catorce pesos? no es muy caro. quiero uno por favor

Should it be "es catorce pesos?" since it is talking about one ticket. If the question was "they are fourteen pesos" meaning the group of tickets, then it would be "son catorce pesos"

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I am confused over the correct pronunciation of the ll sound in Spanish. For example in the word ella, Sonia explains that the ll is pronounced as the English “j” sound. However it seems more than not it is pronouned as the English “y” sound. I have heard this both in Fluenz as well as other outside resources. Is it an accent type of thing or do I need to listen more carefully?

I am confused over the correct pronunciation of the ll sound in Spanish. For example in the word ella, Sonia explains that the ll is pronounced as the English “j” sound. However it seems more than not it is pronouned as the English “y” sound. I have heard this both in Fluenz as well as other outside resources. Is it an accent type of thing or do I need to listen more carefully?

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Hola......Quick question.....during prior lesson, i skipped the basic/advanced conversation section. It seems that the program saved that preference and now those tutorials no longer show up in later sessions. How do i change the program back to its original format so that I have the conversation sections again? Muchas Gracias......

Hola......Quick question.....during prior lesson, i skipped the basic/advanced conversation section. It seems that the program saved that preference and now those tutorials no longer show up in later sessions. How do i change the program back to its original format so that I have the conversation sections again? Muchas Gracias......

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In lesson 12 "Match the words" there are two examples that are a bit confusing to me. "¿Cuál es su nombre?" and "¿Cuál es su oficina?" The correct answer provided "What's her name" and the second correct answer provided is "Which one is his office." Shouldn't the correct answers be: "What's his/her name" and "Which one is his/her office" since su can be used for either one?

In lesson 12 "Match the words" there are two examples that are a bit confusing to me.

"¿Cuál es su nombre?" and "¿Cuál es su oficina?" The correct answer provided "What's her name" and the second correct answer provided is "Which one is his office." Shouldn't the correct answers be: "What's his/her name" and "Which one is his/her office" since su can be used for either one?

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