Rosetta Stone

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About Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is the world’s most popular software for learning languages. It is offered at a cost of just $169 when purchased outright, but it is also possible to purchase language programs in a subscription format that offers ongoing support.

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Pros of Rosetta Stone

Speech recognition technology
Provides immersive learning without uncomfortable experiences
Real human contact
Games with other students

Cons of Rosetta Stone

Makes no use of native language
Uses the same course for learners of different nationalities
Inconvenient meeting times for teachers