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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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  • “What I like about Rosetta Stone is you go from learning a word, to learning how to make a short sentence, a longer sentence, and then having a conversation. It makes it easy to stop translating to English but actually think in Spanish.”

    –Christopher Walker

    Spanish - Portland, OR

  • “The gold standard of computer-based language learning.”

    –CNN

  • “This is my second day using Rosetta Stone and its a very user friendly program! I like the dynamic learning activities and the pictures are all so captivating.”

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  • “After four months of using Rosetta Stone, I am the most confident that I have ever been in my ability to engage in conversation.”

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Spanish fun facts

More than 350 million people call Spanish their native tongue,
putting it behind Mandarin and ahead of English. It's the most
widely understood language in the Western Hemisphere and
the most popular second language for native speakers of
American English.

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How to

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Spanish

 

Of the romance languages, including French and Italian, Spanish is the most spoken, with over 500 million native speakers around the world. After Mandarin Chinese—whose speakers are predominantly found within the borders of China—it's the second-most spoken language in the world. If the question is to learn or not to learn Spanish, think of it as a numbers game:

  • Spanish is spoken on every continent.
  • Chances are you live on one of those continents.
  • Learn Spanish and you'll only open doors.

Because of its broad reach and extensive historical fusion with native cultures, there's no specific cultural norm that can be attributed to the Spanish language per se; but as our UK colleagues have pointed out, there can be found a shared affinity for soccer among Spanish-speaking cultures. Another similarity can be found in the passion that radiates from dancers of the Spanish flamenco and Argentine tango.

When it comes to food, there's no question that it's an important cultural ingredient no matter where you are in the world. Employing local ingredients into fresh and fiery dishes is seemingly another common passion of Spanish speakers. You'll find sprawling copper pans of paella in Spain; fresh-from-the-sea fish simply dressed with citrus juice and herbs, known as ceviche, in Peru; and—hello, Mexico!—thanks in part to the ancient culinary influence of the Aztec, Inca, and Maya peoples, chilies, plantains, cinnamon, and even chocolate are used in everyday cooking.

Aside from learning about culture and travel, chances are you see the professional advantages of learning Spanish. If you live in the United States, this should be your first choice for your second language. Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the United States, and studies show that by 2020, the number of Spanish speakers in the country will grow to about 40 million people (from 37 million in 2011.) You should be one of them.

So, how to speak Spanish? First step: Decide whether you want to learn European Spanish or Latin American Spanish (hint: there are more Latinos in the United States than there are Spaniards,). Then, download your Rosetta Stone® Spanish language-learning software! You'll be speaking Spanish right away!

¡Àdíos!

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