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Pat99

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Hi Fluenz. Thank you for a great product. I've been using the program for years, and I love it. I completed Spanish Level 5 about two years ago, but I regularly go back to use the flashcards and the review sessions to keep it all fresh in my mind. Earlier this year I studied Italian with Fluenz levels 1 through 3 for a trip to Italy in June and I was delighted with my ability to communicate in Italian, after five months of diligent, daily study with Fluenz. My question is this: will there be a sale for prior customers this year in November as there was last year when I purchased the Italian course? I want to buy the German course to brush up my German. I'm completely hooked on Fluenz. Pat99

Hi Fluenz. Thank you for a great product. I've been using the program for years, and I love it. I completed Spanish Level 5 about two years ago, but I regularly go back to use the flashcards and the review sessions to keep it all fresh in my mind. Earlier this year I studied Italian with Fluenz levels 1 through 3 for a trip to Italy in June and I was delighted with my ability to communicate in Italian, after five months of diligent, daily study with Fluenz. My question is this: will there be a sale for prior customers this year in November as there was last year when I purchased the Italian course? I want to buy the German course to brush up my German. I'm completely hooked on Fluenz. Pat99

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Hi Pat, Yes, we'll be having a Black Friday sale just as we did last year. Keep an eye out in your inbox for a special offer that we send to current Fluenz users. Good luck with your German! We hope you enjoy!!

Hi Pat, Yes, we'll be having a Black Friday sale just as we did last year. Keep an eye out in your inbox for a special offer that we send to current Fluenz users. Good luck with your German! We hope you enjoy!!

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Hi All. I'm on Level 4, lesson 25, in Spanish. I love the program and the way the material is presented. I'm curious about the use of the word "cruzar" to mean "to turn." In other places I've learned that cruzar means to cross, and that girar means to turn. Any enlightenment? Thank you in advance. Pat99

Hi All. I'm on Level 4, lesson 25, in Spanish. I love the program and the way the material is presented. I'm curious about the use of the word "cruzar" to mean "to turn." In other places I've learned that cruzar means to cross, and that girar means to turn. Any enlightenment? Thank you in advance.
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Hi everyone, as Fabrice pointed out there are some regional variances when it comes to pronunciation and even vocab. At Fluenz we chose to teach "cruzar" as "to turn" but if you travel across Latin and South America and Spain you will come across many other translations. In Argentina, for instance, you would "girar" as well as "doblar" whilst at the other end in Mexico you might also hear "dar vuelta". You are absolutely fine to use any of these as people will usually understand you.

Hi everyone, as Fabrice pointed out there are some regional variances when it comes to pronunciation and even vocab. At Fluenz we chose to teach "cruzar" as "to turn" but if you travel across Latin and South America and Spain you will come across many other translations. In Argentina, for instance, you would "girar" as well as "doblar" whilst at the other end in Mexico you might also hear "dar vuelta". You are absolutely fine to use any of these as people will usually understand you.

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It means "to turn" in Venezuela and some parts of Columbia. Sonia is from Venezuela, so that's probably why she uses it. In most Spanish speaking countries you will hear girar, doblar, dar vuelta, but not cruzar. I would personally forget about cruzar meaning to turn, unless you're planning to go to Venezuela.

It means "to turn" in Venezuela and some parts of Columbia. Sonia is from Venezuela, so that's probably why she uses it. In most Spanish speaking countries you will hear girar, doblar, dar vuelta, but not cruzar. I would personally forget about cruzar meaning to turn, unless you're planning to go to Venezuela.

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