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davidjewels

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So I completed Fluenz mandarin Levels 1+2 and 3...........and it was an incredibly addicting journey, because of the sheer ease of which I was able to fly through each session, largely because of just how sophisticated the course is. And then, because I missed it so much I did it all over again. Yes, I did Fluenz Mandarin Levels 1+2 and 3 TWICE. Which begs the logical question: Will there ever be Fluenz Mandarin Levels 4 and 5? The sheer rocket-like speed at which Fluenz Mandarin brings us from zero to Intermediate Level fluency is stunning to say the least and almost DEMANDS the need for two more levels. Their other languages ALL have it. Anyone else out here feels the same?

So I completed Fluenz mandarin Levels 1+2 and 3...........and it was an incredibly addicting journey, because of the sheer ease of which I was able to fly through each session, largely because of just how sophisticated the course is. And then, because I missed it so much I did it all over again. Yes, I did Fluenz Mandarin Levels 1+2 and 3 TWICE. Which begs the logical question: Will there ever be Fluenz Mandarin Levels 4 and 5? The sheer rocket-like speed at which Fluenz Mandarin brings us from zero to Intermediate Level fluency is stunning to say the least and almost DEMANDS the need for two more levels. Their other languages ALL have it. Anyone else out here feels the same?

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Fabrice
Although I would love to see more levels, you have to remember that Fluenz is still a business, and that the sake of principle doesn't necessarily feed their mouth. There is fierce competition on mandarin courses, and I see new ones pop up all the time. Fluenz is so thorough it takes them a year or so to make a level, so unless they can be sure to get the money back for their effort, they will probably not prioritize as we would wish :(

Although I would love to see more levels, you have to remember that Fluenz is still a business, and that the sake of principle doesn't necessarily feed their mouth. There is fierce competition on mandarin courses, and I see new ones pop up all the time. Fluenz is so thorough it takes them a year or so to make a level, so unless they can be sure to get the money back for their effort, they will probably not prioritize as we would wish :(

davidjewels
Although there is fierce competition on mandarin courses, none of them have come even remotely close to the effectiveness and sophistication that Fluenz Mandarin offers. However if Fluenz were to add more levels to their Mandarin courses, as they have done for their other language courses, word of mouth will be a deciding factor in generating sufficient interest to get people to want Fluenz Mandarin over the new courses that 'pop up all the time'. Have you given some consideration to the fact that maybe, just maybe it is because of the fact that Fluenz Mandarin is limited to just three levels that not enough people are drawn to it, despite how great it is? I personally am willing to pay $1000 for two more levels, but I do understand that this is not how it works. Fluenz Mandarin would be a more complete Mandarin course with 5 levels than the three that is currently on offer. I would know because I completed the whole thing and after I completed it I felt that it surely needed two more levels. Simply put, there would be no Mandarin course on this planet that would even come close to Fluenz Mandarin if two more levels were added.

Although there is fierce competition on mandarin courses, none of them have come even remotely close to the effectiveness and sophistication that Fluenz Mandarin offers. However if Fluenz were to add more levels to their Mandarin courses, as they have done for their other language courses, word of mouth will be a deciding factor in generating sufficient interest to get people to want Fluenz Mandarin over the new courses that 'pop up all the time'. Have you given some consideration to the fact that maybe, just maybe it is because of the fact that Fluenz Mandarin is limited to just three levels that not enough people are drawn to it, despite how great it is? I personally am willing to pay $1000 for two more levels, but I do understand that this is not how it works. Fluenz Mandarin would be a more complete Mandarin course with 5 levels than the three that is currently on offer. I would know because I completed the whole thing and after I completed it I felt that it surely needed two more levels. Simply put, there would be no Mandarin course on this planet that would even come close to Fluenz Mandarin if two more levels were added.

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