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Rosetta Stone Language courses, are they worth it?

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When you think about learning a new language online, one of the first things that I’m sure springs to mind is Rosetta Stone Language Courses. Believe it or not the platform has been around since the early to mid 90’s and has been a leader in the language software sphere ever since. So it all looks good on the surface right… but is Rosetta Stone actually any good? Let’s dive into my review of Rosetta Stone Language courses and start learning.

Make sure you stick around to the end of this post to check out some amazing offers on the Rosetta Stone language courses!

how the app teaches you

Want interactive learning with the option to schedule check ins and full lessons with real teachers online?! Look no further. RS uses a combination of learning methods to give you a well rounded and immersive experience.

You’ll have immediate access to all languages from day 1. You can learn from the comfort of your own home using your laptop or on your commute using the award winning Rosetta Stone app! (You can even download lessons in advance so they’re ready to go whenever you want)!

Rosetta stone combines reading, listening, speaking and writing into an immersive learning programme tailored to your needs. You’ll have plenty of options to chose from. You can even schedule 1 to 1 lessons with online teachers dependant on your subscription package!

Although the general outline of all languages is similar, some offer more tailored learning towards the specific languages’ culture. You can also skip ahead to specific sections that may be more relevant to you. For example if you’re planning a trip to Pairs you could choose some more detailed learning on how to ask for directions. You might also want to check out my ultimate guide to Paris before you visit. 

Rosetta Stone:

‘The flexibility to learn a new language on your schedule, with any device, from anywhere in the world. You’ll get full access to all of our latest features and can start learning immediately – no lengthy downloads or installations required.’

what languages are available

Rosetta Stone has a wide range of languages available for you to learn and the best part about it… most subscriptions include ALL of them. There are a total of 24 languages available (including English). 

Here’s the list of all the languages offered by Rosetta Stone:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • Dutch
  • Filipino
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Irish
  • Korean
  • Persian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish (Latin America)
  • Swedish
  • Turkish
  • Vietnamese

how much does it cost to learn

You’ll probably find that Rosetta Stone comes in a little bit more expensive than its competitors. Don’t let this put you off though. You really do get what you pay for with Rosetta Stone, and if you’re really serious about learning a new language then it’s definitely worth the investment.

Rosetta Stone have hooked my readers up with a huge 50% discount on all their plans! YES 50%!

The plans start from as little £24.50 for a single language 3 month subscription, but with the huge savings they have on offer I’d highly recommend going for the lifetime access plan for an amazing £174.50! (You’ll never have to worry about the costs of learning a language again)!

Rosetta Stone have provided me with some great discounts to share with you. Right now you can get lifetime access to all languages for only £174.50.

That’s a lot of learning and a whole lot of languages! I’m not sure how long this offer will last so make sure you snap it up whilst you can!

Above are some of the amazing discounts Rosetta Stone are offering right now to my readers.

Check them out by clicking this link!!

My experience & honest thoughts

The language i chose to learn first was French. I made this decision as I already have a basic understanding of the language from school. It was also a language my dad was learning for work commitments so this has sparked a little bit of competition within the household!

So far I’ve had nothing but good experiences with the platform. I’ve mostly used the web / desktop version but also the mobile app when I’ve needed to learn on the go. The learning has been great. It’s responsive and engaging and sticks to topics long enough to make sure you’re learning what you need without getting bored of the same things.

If you’re serious about learning a new language, or maybe you just fancy a new challenge, then there’s no better time than now. 2020 is possbily the best time to learn a new language! The digital age has connected the world more than ever and with remote working becoming ever more popular, learning a second or even third language can boost your career prospects. 

If you’re looking for a reasonably priced language learning course, that’s fun and lets you learn at your own pace, then look no further. I can’t stress how much I’ve enjoyed my language learning journey so far!

If you’d like to find out more about Rosetta Stone Language courses and how they can help you to achieve your language learning goals then have just the thing for you…

Rosetta Stone have hooked up all my readers with a special discount! So if you’re just after a small taster to see what things are like or want lifetime access for all languages make sure you check out the 50% discounts on all Rosetta Stone plans now!

(The prices you’ll find here are some of the best you’ll find on any Rosetta Stone products)!

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1 Comment

  1. Marianne Gallagher
    February 18, 2021 / 6:07 pm

    If I don’t think it’s working for me how easy is it to cancel

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