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Quick Question: When was French last updated ? I've had the online package for about 4 months, and was wondering what or if I should do anything, or go back to updated lessons, etc. Thanks!

Quick Question: When was French last updated ? I've had the online package for about 4 months, and was wondering what or if I should do anything, or go back to updated lessons, etc. Thanks!

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Hi Mark, The French program was completely overhauled in 2017 so no recent updates, but when they become available they'll be automatic on the online version and the downloaded app will prompt you for any updates along the way.

Hi Mark, The French program was completely overhauled in 2017 so no recent updates, but when they become available they'll be automatic on the online version and the downloaded app will prompt you for any updates along the way.

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I have an issue, I don't think the instructor is correct in presenting the options when forming questions. She states there is "only one way," but I don't believe that is correct. For example, for the question, "How is she?" the instructor gives, "Comment elle va?" HOWEVER, it is just as common to say, "Comment va-t-elle?" Also, instead of saying, "Je peux partir demain?" as a a question: "Can I leave tomorrow," it is just as common to say, "Puis-je partir demain?" You can invert pronoun and verb (they call it "Inversion"). I think maybe she's trying to keep it simple, by not overloading us to soon, but it is misleading to say there is only one way to form questions with pronouns. btw... I'm using this course as a review so I've had this material before.

I have an issue, I don't think the instructor is correct in presenting the options when forming questions. She states there is "only one way," but I don't believe that is correct. For example, for the question, "How is she?" the instructor gives, "Comment elle va?" HOWEVER, it is just as common to say, "Comment va-t-elle?" Also, instead of saying, "Je peux partir demain?" as a a question: "Can I leave tomorrow," it is just as common to say, "Puis-je partir demain?" You can invert pronoun and verb (they call it "Inversion"). I think maybe she's trying to keep it simple, by not overloading us to soon, but it is misleading to say there is only one way to form questions with pronouns. btw... I'm using this course as a review so I've had this material before.

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