Our base language support will be: English, French, German, Spanish (Latin America), Italian, Russian, and Korean. We'll do them in order of popularity. Then we'll add Dutch, Portuguese, Hebrew, Castilian Spanish and Arabic. Then Japanese and Mandarin, and then we'll add support for any language.
Articles in this section
- How does the app teach grammar? Are there specific grammar lessons?
- Can I use a custom keyboard (Hebrew, Cree, Arabic, etc.) with the app?
- Can I add videos to my flashcards?
- Can I combine my language classes with the Fluent Forever App?
- What’s the difference between the Fluent Forever Awesome Word Lists and the new Sentence Lists?
- How will the app handle unsupported languages?
- How are you going to handle declined/inflected words?
- I just started with Fluent Forever. Should I wait to make flashcards until the app comes out?
- Which languages will be available at the start?
- Can the app fix the bad habits I've picked up since learning English in school?