Rosetta Stone – Learn German (Level 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 Set)

After English, German is the most widely spoken language of the European Union. Learning to speak German has a reputation for being a difficult feat. At first glance, German does have some intimidating vocabulary. With over million people worldwide speaking German as a second or learned language, you will not be alone as you learn the nuts and bolts of German grammar, and take down tricky vocabulary piece by piece. Learning the German Alphabet? In addition, the German language has some sounds not found in English. Remembering these letter swaps seems difficult at first, but because the sounds are already familiar to you, it requires only a bit of determination and practice. The German j sounds like the English y, the German w sounds like the English v, and the German v sounds like the English f.

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Review summary Although there are some affiliate links here there are no Rosetta Stone commission links in this article and no links to my own product. I should also add that this review has been updated to cover the latest Version 5 from my original review of Version 3, not including the games, mobile apps and inflexible, teacher-directed lessons. For other language editions, select them here: Also be sure to check out the Essential Language Learning Tools page for recommendations on the best resources for getting started learning another language. What gives Rosetta Stone a notorious reputation A lot of the criticism of Rosetta Stone in online reviews stems from its biblically-proportioned price tag but not enough is actually said about how the software is intended to work. I will state from the outset however that I agree with most that the program is indeed outrageously expensive.

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After English, German is the most widely spoken language of the European Union. Learning to speak German has a reputation for being a difficult feat. At first glance, German does have some intimidating vocabulary. With over million people worldwide speaking German as a second or learned language, you will not be alone as you learn the nuts and bolts of German grammar, and take down tricky vocabulary piece by piece. Learning the German Alphabet?

Rosetta Stone - Learn German (Level 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 Set)