The experts in language learning
For nearly 30 years, learners have turned to Rosetta Stone to build the fluency and confidence they need to speak new languages.
Rosetta Stone helps you tap into your brain's innate ability to learn language, and gets you comfortable with communication in real life.
The best way to pick up a language is to surround yourself with it. We help you learn efficiently through real-world scenarios, interactive activities, and audio from native speakers.
Rosetta Stone sets you up for success by introducing new skills at the perfect pace and giving you opportunities to practice key words and phrases in multiple contexts.
We give you immediate feedback on your pronunciation and offer live coaching with native speakers, preparing you to hold meaningful conversations in your new language.
Rosetta Stone has helped all types of language learners reach their goals. Check out our solutions for:
Our tried and tested curriculum and engaging mobile app makes it easy and fun to learn a new language.
Reinforce what students are learning in their world language courses and help English language learners build proficiency.
Empower your employees to speak and work confidently across language barriers, with industry-specific lessons and vocabulary.
It makes traveling so much easier. Being able to ask people even simple questions, in their language, is such a phenomenal experience.
When you’re going out to serve and try and help them in a moment of need, you try to make them as comfortable as possible and better serve them...and I can help them just by speaking in their native language.
Don’t worry about the big picture. Don’t worry about having that fluent conversation with someone...just focus on the basics and have fun doing it along the way—it’s really about the journey when it comes to language.
They say it’s a small world. I think it makes it smaller if you learn another language.
Once you start getting to the point where people see you trying, they just open up. The whole world opens up, and the world becomes smaller.
My students all learn different languages. One boy's mother is Korean, so it's great he's studying it. He's been able to converse more with some family members.
Recently I decided that I had to go beyond just purely audio and start learning it more in depth—and that’s when I decided to go with Rosetta Stone.
I like dabbling in languages...I just don’t like sitting around watching TV most of the time, so for me it’s just a hobby.
Once you start, it’s not that intimidating. And it’s extraordinarily rewarding as well.
You have to speak Italian to get past ‘tourist’ Italy...and that’s 95% of it.