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The next several paragraphs are a thorough breakdown of the different sections in each session of Fluenz French.
It may be more information than you need, but I appreciated knowing what various exercises would be offered for each session before I made my purchase, and I'm hoping you will too. Each session starts with a brief intro from the on-screen tutor, followed by a brief conversation in French.
Fluenz employees are great about responding to questions, whether about the software or the languages they offer, through email, their Facebook page, or their message board.
But I was still amazed and pleasantly surprised when, within a day of my posting, I had received a translation from the co-founder of Fluenz herself (and the on-screen tutor for French 1 & 2), Sonia Gil.
As I started approaching the date when I wanted to propose, I had completed Fluenz 1 & 2 and about half of disc 3.
I was very happy with how far I had come, but I knew I wasn't quite comfortable with translating and pronouncing a proposal all on my own.
Because of the challenge, it's also a much more satisfying feeling when I get a complicated sentence right on the first try.
The next two exercises are essentially audio versions of the previous two.
Fluenz really went above and beyond to help me out Fast-forward to this past Saturday - I proposed, and she said "oui!
About a year and a half ago I started dating a girl who was studying for her Ph D in French, so obviously that language was her life.
When I started thinking about proposing, I decided I wanted to learn French for her and be able to propose in French (with several sentences, not just "will you marry me").
After researching various options I picked Fluenz as my method of learning (the free demo on their website is what sold me).
At the time only French 1 & 2 were available, but as they've released extra discs I've added 3-5 to my collection.
For all the typing exercises you have the option of enabling a "challenge mode" where you have to get accent marks right in order to advance, and this has been great for helping my memorization of words and accents.