Learning a second language is a popular endeavor. However, some who wish to take on this effort hesitate because of concerns that there is a huge time commitment or cost. Others believe that it is harder to learn a language as an adult. It’s time to set these common misconceptions aside. Research suggests that your ability to learn a language is mostly a matter of practice. And Rosetta Stone makes language learning convenient on your schedule at the fraction of a cost of a classroom course.
Rosetta Stone has over 25 years of language learning experience, and recognizes that anyone has the ability to learn to read, write, and speak a language with confidence. That’s why Rosetta Stone has designed language learning around a method called Dynamic Immersion®. This method helps you acquire vocabulary and phrases in the context in which they’re used in everyday conversations. Whether asking for directions, ordering lunch at a restaurant, or just navigating around a new city, Rosetta Stone has a singular goal to help language learners build confidence speaking so they can thrive in real-world situations that don’t follow a script.
For true success, your language program must emphasize speaking the language and practicing pronunciation, not just learning vocabulary and grammar rules. In other words, to build your confidence as a language learner, you need to know not only what to say but how to say it as a local would. There’s no point knowing the words if you can’t speak and understand them in conversations.
Rosetta Stone gets you speaking the language from your very first lesson using a patented speech recognition engine called TruAccent® . By comparing your voice to thousands of native speakers, TruAccent gives you real-time feedback and enables you to perfect your accent. This gets you speaking confidently in the real world. With enough practice, you may one day be mistaken for a local.
Learning a new language can be an experience that transforms your life. It opens you to a world full of professional and personal possibilities. As technology like the internet shrinks our world and we become members of a global community, the ability to learn a language becomes an essential part of how we interact and succeed. Here are a few of the many benefits of learning a second language:
Surround yourself with a language whenever, wherever with the Rosetta Stone app .
Download a unit and knock it out on the train or a flight. Select a 5-10 minute lesson and sneak it in while you wait in line or for your ride to show up. And explore dynamic features, like Seek and Speak, where you can point at an object in the real world and get a translation .
The best part? You don’t have to choose between app or desktop. Both come with your subscription and sync, so you can switch between devices seamlessly.
I've been using Rosetta Stone for years to gain basic competency in multiple languages including German, French, Italian, and recently Chinese and Russian. Starts with the very basics teaching basic vocabulary and grammar without any memorization. I've even impressed some locals in my travels with pronunciation and fluency. This is an excellent place to start if interested in starting to learn a new language or brushing up on one learned years ago.-Gladys
I am trying out Rosetta Stone, to see if it will help out with the correct grammar and conversation (as well as learning how to read and write the language). Within a week, I can already master the sentence structure and start learning the grammar with particles. The local community is so excited to see that I am starting to learn their language. Out of all the language learning tools out there, I 100% recommend Rosetta Stone!-Sy
I've tried other language learning software but Rosetta Stone is much more challenging and professional. I don't have to worry about earning points and following the leader board. I'm trying out the ninety day trial to learn some Russian and I will pay for the privilege once I reach the end of the trial.-Jim