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rosetta stone half off 50 off

There is a new Newegg Coupon Code available for Rosetta Stone. Use the code to get 50% Off.

Deal Idea:

Rosetta Stone Software Levels 1-3 for $167 (reg. $399)
Rosetta Stone Software Levels 1-5 for $209.50 (reg. $499)

To get this deal:

Choose which language you would like to learn.
Enter your email address first, then enter the code EMCPAWA83
Your order should then be cut in half!

My 9 year old twins are going through the Spanish program right now and are not only learning, but are having fun while doing it. They have fun making up songs and showing all that they have learned already. This program provides full immersion which is a great way to learn the language.

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    • Angel

      A good free option for learning another language is Duolingo! There are 14 languages to choose from.

    • Becky Bolton

      Is this geared just for children? Have been considering Rosetta Stone program for Spanish. Your feedback would be appreciated.

      • PamAlabam

        I help co-teach a Spanish class at a homeschool co-op and we use Rosetta Stone. It teaches Spanish like you teach your babies to speak English–you show them a cat and say ‘cat.’ After they hear and see repeatedly they start speaking. You don’t teach toddlers grammar but they hear sentences spoken correctly so they learn to speak correctly. In theory, that is how RS works. In reality, students don’t always pick up all the grammar they need. We have our students supplement with grammar lessons from the studyspanish website. I do think RS gets folks speaking and using Spanish and with a better accent faster than any other program that I know of. Sure, if I am in Mexico I might mess up my grammar and say. “Meat smell bad.” Is that perfect grammar? No, but I am probably going to get my point across.

        And, no, it is not for kids. I think they suggest 4th grade and up but I think it is more for teens and adults.

      • Becky Bolton

        Thanks PamAlabam. Think I will give it a try :)