Welcome Elise to the forum. Thanks for leaving your comment. The more people vote for a specific language, the higher we put it on our priority list. Are there specific reasons that you want to learn these languages?
Welcome Tien. Is there a large community of Taishanese speakers in your country?
Yes; they seem to mostly be concentrated in California and New York. There’s actually a whole Discord server of (mostly overseas) Taishanese heritage speakers with varying fluency; it currently has 1,844 members.
Spanish. I am trying to squeeze time in for it as my third language I’m studying right now after Korean and Japanese.
Wow, thank you for the information. We will keep this in mind.
We plan to launch Spanish as our 11th language. Hopefully, we will bring this language onto the platform soon.
German, German and more German!! Please
I hope the three votes from the previous post were properly counted and registered. @Andreas_Admin_Flexi
That also counts as three votes
We are focusing on Spanish to get the first level done as soon as possible.
After launching Spanish, we plan to go next with French and German, right after French.
I’m really glad German is on the way! Just a little disappointed it is so far down the list!
I second intermediate Cantonese
Thank you for leaving your comment here. Since Cantonese is a very niche language, there isn’t much demand from students. Therefore, we currently offer group classes up to A1+. We, of course, will consider building material for a higher level if we see more demand from students.
As for now, if students wish to continue at a higher level, we provide 1-on-1 classes tailored specifically to their needs.
To book a 1-1 class, you can go to “book a class” → choose 1-1 → choose the time that you want to study and leave a topic that you want to learn. Each 1-1 class is worth 3 credits.