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Hi everyone, We want to apologize for the issues with posting in the Fluenz Commons at this time. Our engineers are working to create a new Fluenz Commons site and expect to have it available by the end of March. In the meantime, please direct all questions to usersupport@fluenz.com. Thank you for your patience while we work on this. Cheers, Andy, User Support

Hi everyone,

We want to apologize for the issues with posting in the Fluenz Commons at this time. Our engineers are working to create a new Fluenz Commons site and expect to have it available by the end of March. In the meantime, please direct all questions to usersupport@fluenz.com.

Thank you for your patience while we work on this.

Cheers,

Andy, User Support

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Jafo
Good luck. I have developed forums for years. I feel your pain. :)

Good luck. I have developed forums for years. I feel your pain. :)

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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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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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andy@fluenz
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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Hello! I have both the German and French Fluenz program and loved the recent-ish update of the French program. Are there any plans in the works to do something similar with German? Thanks!

Hello! I have both the German and French Fluenz program and loved the recent-ish update of the French program. Are there any plans in the works to do something similar with German? Thanks!

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Jlong09
Ayden, for what it's worth, just like when anyone is new to something, they may struggle. The German presenter seems to get much more comfortable on camera after a short while through Lesson 1. Stick with it, when things get slightly more advanced, that appears to be where she feels more comfortable and the conversations flow better.

Ayden, for what it's worth, just like when anyone is new to something, they may struggle. The German presenter seems to get much more comfortable on camera after a short while through Lesson 1. Stick with it, when things get slightly more advanced, that appears to be where she feels more comfortable and the conversations flow better.

andy@fluenz
Hi! Great to hear you're enjoying the new upgrades. We don't have plans to upgrade German yet. Italian will likely be next, but isn't in the works. Hopefully at some point we'll have all of them upgraded.

Hi! Great to hear you're enjoying the new upgrades. We don't have plans to upgrade German yet. Italian will likely be next, but isn't in the works. Hopefully at some point we'll have all of them upgraded.

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After the completion of Fluenz levels 1-5, where should a learner expect to be? (ie: on the CEFR scale or ACTFL scale or any other scale). Thanks in advance!

After the completion of Fluenz levels 1-5, where should a learner expect to be? (ie: on the CEFR scale or ACTFL scale or any other scale). Thanks in advance!

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Emilie Poyet
Hi ncoen98, except for Fluenz Mandarin (which remains at an A1 level), after the 5 levels of all other Fluenz programs, we estimate that you're at an A2-B1 level on the CEFR scale, depending on your memorizing capacity, but also on your speaking/writing skills. :)

Hi ncoen98, except for Fluenz Mandarin (which remains at an A1 level), after the 5 levels of all other Fluenz programs, we estimate that you're at an A2-B1 level on the CEFR scale, depending on your memorizing capacity, but also on your speaking/writing skills. :)

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A glowing review of the Fluenz Mexico Immersion in Condé Nast Traveler https://goo.gl/2kDmKv

A glowing review of the Fluenz Mexico Immersion in Condé Nast Traveler

https://goo.gl/2kDmKv

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We're super proud of this Forbes article that came out this morning Hope you enjoy it! https://www.forbes.com/sites/taylorboozan/2018/10/09/fluenz-an-experient... .

We're super proud of this Forbes article that came out this morning
Hope you enjoy it!

https://www.forbes.com/sites/taylorboozan/2018/10/09/fluenz-an-experient... .

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It’s time to express what’s yours! Check out Sonia Gil’s new video and blog post about Possessive adjectives in Spanish. fluenz.com/blog/

It’s time to express what’s yours! Check out Sonia Gil’s new video and blog post about Possessive adjectives in Spanish. fluenz.com/blog/

andy@fluenz
up ^

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Over the last few years, I've told a lot of people about what an awesome program this is, and that it takes time for Fluenz to develop new programs because of how thorough the lessons are. But it's been a long time since I've seen new languages, is there anything in the works?

Over the last few years, I've told a lot of people about what an awesome program this is, and that it takes time for Fluenz to develop new programs because of how thorough the lessons are. But it's been a long time since I've seen new languages, is there anything in the works?

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andy@fluenz
We are currently working on our new Spanish Immersion program in Mexico City and if it continues to be successful, we'll add new languages to that, however, no new languages planned for the software program at this time.

We are currently working on our new Spanish Immersion program in Mexico City and if it continues to be successful, we'll add new languages to that, however, no new languages planned for the software program at this time.

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

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

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andy@fluenz
Up!!

Up!!

davidjewels
But Andy, understand this: Fluenz Mandarin 1+2 & 3 is the work of a genius, but it is clearly an unfinished product. Those who have completed the entire thing have been left at the doorstep of Lower Intermediate Level. I have compared almost every Mandarin course out there from some of the biggest companies and none have the level of sophistication that Fluenz Mandarin has. I have even purchased and then thrown into the trash can these other Mandarin courses because they clearly are lacking in every way possible. The ONLY shortcoming with Fluenz Mandarin is the lack of Levels 4 and 5. For a company as huge as Fluenz to have created THE ABSOLUTE BEST Mandarin language course out there and to then stop short of the finish line is similar to producing the greatest bottle of red wine and then after opening the bottle and letting us get a sniff of the wine, not having enough glasses to pour the wine into. It is a tragedy. Surely a company as big as yours can assemble a team and give us levels 4 and 5. We are willing to pay for it.

But Andy, understand this: Fluenz Mandarin 1+2 & 3 is the work of a genius, but it is clearly an unfinished product. Those who have completed the entire thing have been left at the doorstep of Lower Intermediate Level. I have compared almost every Mandarin course out there from some of the biggest companies and none have the level of sophistication that Fluenz Mandarin has. I have even purchased and then thrown into the trash can these other Mandarin courses because they clearly are lacking in every way possible. The ONLY shortcoming with Fluenz Mandarin is the lack of Levels 4 and 5. For a company as huge as Fluenz to have created THE ABSOLUTE BEST Mandarin language course out there and to then stop short of the finish line is similar to producing the greatest bottle of red wine and then after opening the bottle and letting us get a sniff of the wine, not having enough glasses to pour the wine into. It is a tragedy. Surely a company as big as yours can assemble a team and give us levels 4 and 5. We are willing to pay for it.

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