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Hi! Does anyone know if Fluenz will be coming out with Russian, and if so, how many levels? Please respond. Thanks! Ross C., Las Vegas, NV

Hi!

Does anyone know if Fluenz will be coming out with Russian, and if so, how many levels?

Please respond. Thanks!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV

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kolombito
I just was wondering the same thing! it will be great to see Russian Too!

I just was wondering the same thing! it will be great to see Russian Too!

andy@fluenz
Hi Ross, Sorry, no plans for a Russian course

Hi Ross, Sorry, no plans for a Russian course

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Hello all my friendly language learners, Has anyone here experienced audio issues, particularly with the volume? I'm doing Spanish, Latin America, and some sessions seem to be louder than others. I can usually adjust the volume of my headphones, but nonetheless was curious to know if anyone else has had this problem. Please respond. Thanks! Ross C., Las Vegas, NV

Hello all my friendly language learners,

Has anyone here experienced audio issues, particularly with the volume?

I'm doing Spanish, Latin America, and some sessions seem to be louder than others. I can usually adjust the volume of my headphones, but nonetheless was curious to know if anyone else has had this problem.

Please respond. Thanks!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV

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rossala314
Thanks, Andy, much appreciated. Yeah, I usually just up the volume on my Windows setting and that fixes it. Also, I'm at the home stretch of the course (middle of Level 5, Spanish), and don't want to really mess with anything, if you know what I mean. I was just curious if anyone else experienced this problem, that's all. Again, thanks for responding! Hope all is well! Ross C., Las Vegas, NV

Thanks, Andy, much appreciated.

Yeah, I usually just up the volume on my Windows setting and that fixes it.

Also, I'm at the home stretch of the course (middle of Level 5, Spanish), and don't want to really mess with anything, if you know what I mean. I was just curious if anyone else experienced this problem, that's all.

Again, thanks for responding! Hope all is well!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV

andy@fluenz
Hi Ross, We haven't had any other reports of this happening. If you'd like us to help troubleshoot, send us an email to usersupport@fluenz.com with your system info and we'll go from there. Thanks for posting.

Hi Ross, We haven't had any other reports of this happening. If you'd like us to help troubleshoot, send us an email to usersupport@fluenz.com with your system info and we'll go from there. Thanks for posting.

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Hi, all, I can't seem to find some posts that I've written. I just logged on to see if there were any responses, and I can't find the posts. I know one post was a joke about me "brushing up on my Italian". Please respond. Thanks! Ross C.

Hi, all,

I can't seem to find some posts that I've written. I just logged on to see if there were any responses, and I can't find the posts.

I know one post was a joke about me "brushing up on my Italian".

Please respond. Thanks!

Ross C.

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Hola, mis amigos! In a previous post, I had mentioned that I have found it helpful to watch American movies with Spanish dubbing -- particularly if it is a movie that I know well, and I don't mind sitting through over and over again. While most movies have a French language track (so that it can be sold in Canada), Spanish dubbing can be difficult to find. (Note, that some films provide Spanish subtitles, not dubbing. I don't care for this, too much). Anyhow, here are some of my favorite American movies that I have found with a Spanish dubbing. If you purchase any of these, be sure to read the fine print on the back of the DVD's, since the copy you find may or may not have it. This can be tricky. . . Good luck! The Wizard of Oz, Casablanca, The Caine Mutiny, When Harry Met Sally, Spiderman, Titanic, Vacation, Weekend at Bernies, Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Mary Poppins (even the songs are sung in Spanish), and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I welcome your comments! Ross C., Las Vegas, NV

Hola, mis amigos!

In a previous post, I had mentioned that I have found it helpful to watch American movies with Spanish dubbing -- particularly if it is a movie that I know well, and I don't mind sitting through over and over again. While most movies have a French language track (so that it can be sold in Canada), Spanish dubbing can be difficult to find. (Note, that some films provide Spanish subtitles, not dubbing. I don't care for this, too much).

Anyhow, here are some of my favorite American movies that I have found with a Spanish dubbing. If you purchase any of these, be sure to read the fine print on the back of the DVD's, since the copy you find may or may not have it. This can be tricky. . . Good luck!

The Wizard of Oz,

Casablanca,

The Caine Mutiny,

When Harry Met Sally,

Spiderman,

Titanic,

Vacation,

Weekend at Bernies,

Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,

Mary Poppins (even the songs are sung in Spanish), and

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

I welcome your comments!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV

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Hi all! I just began Level 5 of Latin American Spanish! I'm very proud of myself for sticking with it, and making it this far. I'm very impressed with the program, and will probably order a new language in the future! Just thought I'd tell you. . .

Hi all!

I just began Level 5 of Latin American Spanish! I'm very proud of myself for sticking with it, and making it this far.

I'm very impressed with the program, and will probably order a new language in the future!

Just thought I'd tell you. . .

andy@fluenz
Bravo Ross! Best of luck with Level 5.

Bravo Ross! Best of luck with Level 5.

rossala314
¡Muchas gracias, Andy!

¡Muchas gracias, Andy!

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¡Hola, Mis Amigos! What did Sonia close with at the end of Session 20? It sounds like "Hasta luego and buen probecho". I tried looking up words that sound similar, but to no avail. Please respond. Thanks!

¡Hola, Mis Amigos!

What did Sonia close with at the end of Session 20? It sounds like "Hasta luego and buen probecho".

I tried looking up words that sound similar, but to no avail.

Please respond. Thanks!

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rossala314
Thanks, Fabrice!

Thanks, Fabrice!

Fabrice
I've not checked, but it must be provecho. Buen provecho = Enjoy your meal, bon appetit. You'll hear it all the time when you go to a restaurant.

I've not checked, but it must be provecho. Buen provecho = Enjoy your meal, bon appetit. You'll hear it all the time when you go to a restaurant.

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In Level 2 of the course, "the bag" is "el bolso". However, on the podcast, Sonia says "la bolsa". Okay, when should "el" be used instead of "la", and vice versa? Please respond. Thanks!

In Level 2 of the course, "the bag" is "el bolso".

However, on the podcast, Sonia says "la bolsa".

Okay, when should "el" be used instead of "la", and vice versa?

Please respond. Thanks!

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rossala314
Thanks, Fabrice!

Thanks, Fabrice!

Fabrice
In general, bolso is purse, bolsa is bag (like a plastic bag). However, this can differ depending on the country. In Mexico bolsa is also a pocket. When I was inAargentina they asked me if I wanted to una bolsita (small plastic bag) for the groceries.

In general, bolso is purse, bolsa is bag (like a plastic bag). However, this can differ depending on the country. In Mexico bolsa is also a pocket. When I was inAargentina they asked me if I wanted to una bolsita (small plastic bag) for the groceries.

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Hi all, I think I found a typo in the program. It appears in Spanish, Level 2, Session 13, the first matching exercise. In the Session, Sonia says "llevarnos" means "take us". However, in that one particular exercise, "llevarnos" is spelled "llevarmos". Just figured I'd mention it.

Hi all,

I think I found a typo in the program. It appears in Spanish, Level 2, Session 13, the first matching exercise.

In the Session, Sonia says "llevarnos" means "take us". However, in that one particular exercise, "llevarnos" is spelled "llevarmos".

Just figured I'd mention it.

Jacques
I use the Fluenz on line lessons. Both the Spain and Latin American versions say: llevarNOS al aeropuerto. As well I have checked my SPAIN version DVD and it is also llevarNOS al aeropuerto. You can check yourself at http://online.fluenz.com/session/59574 and go to the matching exercise. So it may be an issue with the DVD version you have?

I use the Fluenz on line lessons. Both the Spain and Latin American versions say: llevarNOS al aeropuerto. As well I have checked my SPAIN version DVD and it is also llevarNOS al aeropuerto. You can check yourself at http://online.fluenz.com/session/59574 and go to the matching exercise. So it may be an issue with the DVD version you have?

rossala314
Okay, thanks, Jacques!

Okay, thanks, Jacques!

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Can someone please tell me when to use "Disculpa" instead of "Disculpe", or for that matter, vice versa? I know they both mean "excuse me" or "I'm sorry", but I'm still confused. Please respond. Thanks! Ross C., Las Vegas, NV

Can someone please tell me when to use "Disculpa" instead of "Disculpe", or for that matter, vice versa?
I know they both mean "excuse me" or "I'm sorry", but I'm still confused.

Please respond. Thanks!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV

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rossala314
Thank you, Fabrice!

Thank you, Fabrice!

Fabrice
Disculpa is the informal "excuse me" (tú form), and "disculpe" is the formal (usted form).

Disculpa is the informal "excuse me" (tú form), and "disculpe" is the formal (usted form).

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Hi, Are there any Fluenz Español Buddies in Las Vegas? If so, I would love to meet for coffee, and some great conversation in español. Please respond. Thanks! Ross C., Las Vegas, NVrossc1964@aol.com

Hi,

Are there any Fluenz Español Buddies in Las Vegas?

If so, I would love to meet for coffee, and some great conversation in español.

Please respond. Thanks!

Ross C.,
Las Vegas, NV
rossc1964@aol.com

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