Fluenz Spanish was inspired by the legacy of a great teacher leading an immersive, one-on-one experience. From the very beginning we worked to turn this vision into reality. On-screen tutor and team leader Sonia Gil, a recent Cornell graduate, and other alumni from Harvard and the University of Chicago, sought out the right technology to deliver the magic of great one-on-one learning. Remembering our own experiences learning languages, we created Fluenz Spanish to be the ideal tool for those who like common sense explanations, a fun and challenging environment, and who thrive on a great teacher to keep them focused and engaged. Most of all, we made it for those who share our love of Spanish.
The only interactive language program offering an immersive environment that recreates the best elements of great one-on-one tutoring.
Be Fluent in Spanish
On-screen tutor Sonia Gil, a recent Cornell graduate, and alumni from Harvard and the University of Chicago created Fluenz Spanish to be the kind of application they had always wanted when learning languages. The result of their work is ideal for those who seek common sense explanations, sophisticated workouts that lead to real learning, and who thrive on a great teacher to keep them focused and engaged.
Love Spanish, Actually Learn It
|“||Level 2 builds on Level 1 with over 4500 real-life images, phrases and dialogues in 118 lessons. As always, Rosetta Stone teaches you step by step from the very beginning; immediate feedback tells you how you're doing. Every lesson gives youpreviews, exercises and tests for useful, everyday language, in categories such as:|
* Greetings and Conversation
* Travel, Transportation and Transactions
* Shopping and Dining Out
* Asking Questions; Forms of Address
* The Weather and Clothing
# Office Activities and Terminology
# Common Social Conventions
# Calendar Conventions
# The Five Senses; Sickness and Health
# A complete reference section of commonly used terms
Your language-learning solution comes complete with a Curriculum Text covering all the language in Level 2.
The 28 Languages & Levels (source: rosettastone.com)
*Arabic 1 & 2.*Chinese (Mandarin) 1 & 2.*Danish 1.
*Dutch 1 & 2.*English (UK) 1 & 2.*English (US) 1, 2 & 3.
*French 1 & 2.*German 1 & 2.*Greek 1 & 2.*Hebrew 1.
*Hindi 1.*Indonesian 1.*Italian 1 & 2.*Japanese 1 & 2.
*Korean 1.*Latin 1.*Pashto 1.*Polish 1.
*Portuguese (BR)1 & 2.*Russian 1 & 2
*Spanish (Latin America) 1, 2 & 3.
*Spanish (Spain) 1 & 2.*Swahili 1.*Swedish 1.*Thai 1.
*Turkisk 1.*Vietnamese 1.*Welsh 1.
The vihuela is not a viol, it is a sort of lute. Vihuela and lute coexisted in Spain but the composers wrote only for the former. The works played in this recording were mainly published between 1535 and 1554; Daza's book (1576) and a collection of other authors (1593) mark the end of the era of the vihuela. Then the instrument lent its shape to the guitar, as you can infer from the cover of the CD.