You'll be speaking without fright!
You'll converse with the native speakers
much to your mutual delight.
One great aspect about Rosetta Stone is how it can foster communication in cross cultural language situations like Lin’s. Lin’s parents immigrated to New York from China. Lin has been educated in the US and speaks English, but her parents do not. This is the global reality in America today. Lin is using Rosetta Stone to learn both Chinese and Spanish.
And now the top 10 reasons why everyone should use Rosetta Stone:
- You want to cross off your bucket list learning to speak Tagalog.
- You are auditioning for the role of Hagen in Wagner’s German opera, Götterdämmerung.
- You would like to know what the Fabio look-alike seated right in front of you on the Metra is whispering in Italian to his companion.
- You have a reservation at Chez Moi, noted on CBS Chicago as one of the top French restaurants in Chicago, and want to impress your date with your command of the French language.
- You have finished reading Steig Larsson's trilogy Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and now want to reread it in Swedish, the original language.
- You have grown up in Lake Forest and would like to converse in Russian with your relatives in Moscow.
- You have been promoted at work and are taking on a new Asia Pacific assignment and want to brush up on your Japanese and Korean.
- You aspire to speak Arabic as part of the requirements for being a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. Department of State to one of the United Arab Emirates.
- You are a lover of spoken languages, fluent in both English and Portuguese and now want to enrich your language experience by learning Hindi.
- In all seriousness, learning new languages develops new areas of your mind and strengthens your brain’s natural abilities, as highlighted in the Huffington Post article, Your Mind on Language: How Bilingualism Boosts Your Brain.
Enjoy learning languages with Rosetta Stone today.