Learn French: Rosetta Stone French – Level 1-5 Set

July 16, 2017 - Comment

Develop your command of the language. From the simple to the complex, gain the confidence to share your ideas and opinions. Develop conversational skills to plan adventures, care for your health, and move abroad. Talk about government, work, movies, and citizenship. Discuss family and traditions, and celebrate success. Product Features Access for up to 5

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Develop your command of the language. From the simple to the complex, gain the confidence to share your ideas and opinions. Develop conversational skills to plan adventures, care for your health, and move abroad. Talk about government, work, movies, and citizenship. Discuss family and traditions, and celebrate success.

Product Features

  • Access for up to 5 family members
  • Download activation key included
  • Learn at your own pace with our course that never expires
  • Proprietary speech-recognition technology compares your voice to a native speaker 100 times per second
  • Access to award winning mobile app for 3-months – available on Kindle Fire HD, iOS, and Android
  • Live online tutoring sessions with a Native Speaker – 3-month trial included
  • Earbuds with microphone included in box
  • If youre serious about learning a language, Rosetta Stone is well worth your money. MacWorld
  • The gold standard of computer-based language learning. . . CNN
  • The chance to work with a native speaker is unrivaled. . . TechCrunch

Comments

GG says:

Impressive Course With A Couple Of Annoyances This is how a language program should be designed. It is structured in much the same way anyone learns a language natively; it shows you the visual of the action, then pairs that with the words and sounds, and over time, your brain connects it all together. What most impresses me are the pronunciation exercises, which record your voice and allow you to compare it by way of a sound graph with the native speaker. If you work the program, you are going to learn how to speak whichever language it…

RLH says:

Rosetta Stone popular but seriously lacking. I had high hopes for Rosetta stone French, but have found it very disappointing. It is only through photos and the user has to guess exactly what they are looking for. It would be much better if there were supporting English to translate what they are going for, or at least a work book to accompany the program. Yes, French is difficult to learn, but I would not recommend Rosetta stone to anyone. I just got off the phone with a person that had tried Spanish via Rosetta stone and she gave up…

G. Speck says:

Reduced price makes is worth a try OK, this is for the Italian version. I bought both. While it is very comprehensive, its a pain to use. You are asked to respond to photos which at times are too small to get the correct information. It continues to lose track of where you left off in a lesson and wish to resume, It is great for vocabulary and basic grammar. Pronunciation function does not work very well. You repeat the word several times and it does not recognize it. It is very good for learning to write. spelling is a…

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