Please refer to How do I use 'Pronunciation' mode? for a summary of menu icons available within ImmerseMe.
Click the Immersion button from the lesson script page, for our example we're in French > Bakery > Buying a loaf of bread (Acheter du pain)...
Once the native speaker has finished talking, a prompt will appear at the bottom of the screen which is displaying an instruction and keywords in the target language. Granted, if you're not familiar with the language of the instruction then this could be a difficult mode to complete successfully. We are planning to introduce base language translations of each instruction but for the moment you'll either have to search the instruction online using a translation tool OR use your wondrous powers of DEDUCTION 🕵️♀️🕵️♂️ (and the revision you've previously mastered through Pronunciation, Typing and Translation modes!) to interpret this information and produce the desired response in the target language.
For our example, we're given the instruction "Salutations et commander du pain poliment. (Bonjour, pain)", translated into English this reads "Greet and request a loaf of bread politely" by using "Bonjour" and "pain" in our answer. From studying the lesson script we know the response must therefore be: "Bonjour, je voudrais du pain s'il vous plaît."
PLEASE NOTE: We have recently (March 2020) added up to half a dozen alternatives to EVERY sentence within ImmerseMe that are currently being uploaded and will be visible within the lesson script page and Punctuation mode. For the moment, you'll need to produce the exact sentence that is displayed on the lesson page.
Once you have correctly recorded your sentence then the lesson will continue as normal and you will need to continue translating each sentence of the conversation...
Once you have completed the lesson in Immersion mode then you are an absolute language learning jedi master (for this context) and need to take your wicked wizard skills on to another lesson and repeat the process! 🧙🧙♂️
Just in case you're interested in revising 'Pronunciation', 'Typing' or 'Translation' mode then here are some direct links below: