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Differences between plans Basic - Standard - Complete for Fluent with Friends

All three plans provide you with the essential part of the course, which is the Power Lesson guide (PDF), but they do have additional materials which vary by the package.

The Deep Pronunciation Training Course starts in the second season (after the first 24 lessons or about 6 months), where we teach you the art and science of how natives cut, connect, and eat their words.

Weekly Vocabulary and Pronunciation Review MP3s start on lesson 3 and continue through lesson 24 (as we mention on the sales page). They also come with PDFs.

2x 60-Minute Workshops: Lessons 1 and 2 have webinar workshops that total about 1:40, and there will be another one in Season 2. These are recorded videos where our coaches explain in detail the episode of Friends using the Power Lesson from the course, showing you how to work with that learning material.

Exclusive Weekly Video Lessons: these are the video warm-up lessons. We call them "warm-up" lessons because we want to take the learning focus off of the videos and encourage people to learn with the entire episode, which, as we outline in the Fluent with Friends Success Guide, we find to be much more effective. There are 56 of these exclusive weekly warm-up video lessons throughout the course.

Ultimately, which package you should get depends on your current level, your goals, and the amount of time that you are able to dedicate to your learning. You will certainly learn a lot with the Basic plan, but if you need a deeper learning experience then definitely consider the Standard or Complete Plans.

You can go here to check the prices.

Join our full Fluent with Friends course here.

Updated on: 26/10/2021

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