What Can You Learn with Just a Single Rosetta Stone Lesson?

What Can You Learn With One Rosetta Stone Lesson
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For many people, lengthy and time-consuming classes can get in the way of learning a language quickly and effectively. Maybe you’re off on a spontaneous adventure to a different part of the world. Perhaps you just got a new job (congrats!) and have to relocate to another country on short notice. Or, if you’re like millions of others already pursuing fluency, maybe you just need an easy way of staying on track.

That’s where Rosetta Stone comes in, offering you technology-backed lessons and tools that make it easier than ever to pick up a new language and start using it today. 

Learn pronunciation, context, and common phrases

Instead of rote memorization or grammar drills, lessons on Rosetta Stone focus on teaching you language in context. Lessons are 10 minutes long, and each one uses our Dynamic Immersion method to help you intuitively learn specifics about a language through imagery and reasoning.

Some exercises will pronounce a phrase in your target language, then ask you choose the image that corresponds:

On Rosetta Stone you'll pronounce a phrase in your target language, then choose the image that corresponds

Others present a series of images which you’ll match to their proper phrases in your new language:

On Rosetta Stone, you’ll match images to their proper phrases in your new language

You’ll also be challenged to read and pronounce phrases in your new language. Our TruAccent speech recognition engine compares your voice to samples of millions of native speakers and provides instant feedback on your pronunciation. That way, you learn to improve your pronunciation and fine-tune tiny nuances in tones and stresses so you speak the language like a local.

On Rosetta Stone be challenged to read and pronounce phrases in your new language.

Lessons range from 5-10 minutes, and eEach time you complete a lesson, you’ll get insights into your performance, allowing you to accurately chart your language progression. 

Each time you complete a lesson on Rosetta Stone you'll see insights into your language progress

Our powerful and practical features are designed to help you begin using a new language right from your first lesson by focusing on what you’ll need to know in real-world situations.

There are two ways to get started.

Your Plan

Each language learner has their own unique learning goals. Some just want to learn the basics to get around during their travels. Others are relocating for work and want to speak their target language more fluently. Some already know basic greetings or common phrases, while others struggle to say what they mean in a new language.

You can start your first lesson where you’re most comfortable using your own personalized language learning program. Rosetta Stone Your Plan customizes your lessons to fit your skill level, learning needs, and schedule. Learn exactly what you need at a pace that works for you.

Your Plan allows you to choose from four unique plans expertly designed to fit your current level of fluency in a language.

Your Plan allows you to choose from four unique plans expertly designed to fit your current level of fluency in your target language. Each one offers Rosetta Stone’s immersive content perfect for beginner, intermediate, or proficient learners and gives you all the right lessons (and a practice schedule) for goals like:

  • Basic & Beyond
  • Travel
  • Work
  • Family

You’ll learn what matters most to you first, and each lesson equips you to use what you learned with confidence in the real world.

Choose your own lesson

In addition to following Your Plan, you can also pick out a lesson anytime from a collection of carefully designed units like:

  • Language Basics
  • Greetings and Introductions
  • Shopping
  • Travel
  • Past and Future
  • Friends and Social Life
  • Dining and Vacation
  • Home and Health
  • Life and World
  • Everyday Things
  • Places and Events

On Rosetta Stone you can choose lessons anytime from units designed to help you learn real world language.

Try your first Rosetta Stone lesson today

Think of your first lesson on Rosetta Stone as beginning to train your brain to make connections between words and images so you can understand how to use a new language in everyday life. Whether it’s to describe things in your environment, ask for directions, or tell your barista that you want cream in your coffee, strong immersion blended with bite-sized lessons creates a language-learning experience you won’t forget.

With just one research-backed lesson that you can complete in 10 minutes, you’ll start understanding how to use your target language fast. All you have to do is choose a language, get into a language learning mindset, and take your first step toward fluency.

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