Rosetta Stone’s App Introduces a Whole New Suite Of Tools To Learn New A Language
Rosetta Stone CDs were considered the gold standard of language learning for a long time—and for good reason. But now, the service has transformed that same reliability into a dynamic, two-way learning experience via their recently-updated app. This more immersive approach that Rosetta Stone has honed over the years means that you’re not just learning the language in one way: you can read literature in the Stories section, download lessons so you can listen offline, or use Phrasebook, which lets you quickly access phrases and greetings—the perfect tool for traveling. And possibly best of all, Live Tutoring to practice with a real human being, giving you an outlet to test your chops in a no-pressure environment. With these tools, you’ll go beyond just memorizing words in another language: you’ll be a well-rounded conversationalist before you know it. Traveling to Japan? Moving to Italy? Ordering at a French restaurant? Just because? Whatever your reason is for learning a new language, go for it with Rosetta Stone.
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