I've recently had to create termbases from Excel files for about 25 languages, and in two languages I encountered the same problem.
It seems the first row in your excel file (which should have two columns *source - target*) should also contain the language codes (e.g. EN - FR)
These headers are important, because when they do not match the languages in the created termbase, it will not import a single term.
You can check the correct header codes when you create the termbase. On creating the 'Index Fields', the selected indexes window will show the correct header for your first Excel row.
Checking the 'Show Sublanguages' box and choosing the correct language and altering the Excel header to reflect this exact value might solve your issue.
Hope this helps!
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