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Rosetta Stone French
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*Online Subscription & online services are accessible for one user aged 13 and up. 12-month initial term commitment and autorenewal.

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The Rosetta Stone difference.
And promise.

Rosetta Stone was founded on two concepts. The first is that learning a language
should be a natural, intuitive process. The second is that interactive technology has the power
to accelerate, personalize and simplify language learning for anyone at any age.

It simply works.

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Our exclusive techniques unlock the natural language-learning abilities in everyone.
Today they are used by millions of learners worldwide. But the only experience that really matters is yours.
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  • “Rosetta Stone helps language learners both speak a new language and read a new language. After using the French Rosetta Stone software, I have more confidence in not only speaking the French language but also reading and translating French.”

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Learn more about French

French is not just the official language of France, it's an official language in 29 countries around the world. One of the largest French-speaking cities is not in France but in Central Africa: Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. By 2050, it's estimated that the number of French speakers worldwide will reach 700 million.

The Eiffel Tower was at one time the world's largest billboard. Between 1925 and 1934, a quarter-million colored bulbs spelled out the French car company Citroën in 100-foot vertical letters. The display was so bright that Charles Lindbergh used it as a navigation aid when he landed in Paris on his 1927 solo trans-Atlantic flight.

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Learn French and gain access to more than what you think! Learn French and speak with the French—and with over 120 million Africans, the French Guineans in South America, millions of Canadians, and many more people around the world. Needless to say, learning French will give you a distinct advantage both in travel and in the workforce.

Learn French and learn "the language of love"—maybe. It's a bit of a stretch to assume that French is the language of love—much like it's somewhat skewed to think that it was solely the glittering lights of Paris that inspired its nickname, La Ville-Lumière ("City of Light"). The term may actually refer to Paris as a hub for intellectuals during the Era of Enlightenment. The term language of love comes from the overarching term Romance language, which refers to the languages that arose out of the common spoken language—Vulgar Latin—used by the working classes in Rome and its provinces during the 7th and 8th centuries. What may be true about French being the language of love, however, is the passion with which the French do everything—from haute couture to haute cuisine, and their simple joie de vivre of everyday living.

Ingratiate yourself with your soon-to-be hosts by remembering your "pleases" and "thank-yous"! Learning basic French phrases and when to use them will go a long way when visiting big cities in France, and even in French-speaking Canada. Before you ask for directions or order your meal, don't forget to say "s'il vous plait" and "merci."

Immerse yourself in French language lessons and learn just how lovely a language it is! Who knows? Maybe you'll be lucky enough to find a job in France one day and benefit from that country's standard 35-hour workweek. With extra time on your hands, you can start your grand journey in tasting all 400 varieties of cheese that France has to offer. Oui, oui!

So, how do you learn French? Say "Bonjour" to your Rosetta Stone® French today! Download Levels 1–5 and start speaking immediately!

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