Rosata Stone?

<p>Does it really work or what? Share all your thoughts about it here please :)</p>

<p>It’s Rosetta Stone.
I don’t know how productive it is.</p>

<p>Yeah I know my computer is going really slow and its hard to type with it like this…sry</p>

<p>From what I’ve heard, it really depends on what language you’re learning. </p>

<p>Totally not worth the $100+ or whatever it is though, imo.</p>

<p>I wouldn’t recommend this program alone. Yes, you can use it, but from what I’ve heard, it consists primarily of a bunch of “match-the-picture-with-the-corresponding-word” ordeals, over and over and over again. This is good for vocabulary, but if you really want a solid base in grammar and building sentences, you’ll have to find something else.</p>


<p>I have never heard of anyone having success with Rosata Stone.</p>

<p>what language are you learning? if its a mainstream language, has many free resources listed. just go to your language and scroll until you see links.</p>

<p>@AeroEngineer3141: $100+??? I heard Rosetta Stone costs up to $1000.</p>

<p>@wesley108: Yes, I heard it does work, and quite well at that.</p>

<p>I tried Rosetta Stone before at a friend’s house… She had it for Mandarin Chinese. </p>

<p>It seems like a good tool for conversational Chinese, but as for learning how to read or write? Meh.</p>

<p>Oh okay what about fluenz has anyone heard of that?</p>

<p>I would recommend Berlitz because it helps you learn sentence structure, grammar, and vocabulary. It also immerses you more into the language. Plus you can download it on your ipod.</p>