Getting ahead with language learning that works, without the hard work.

Whether considering learning French for a new job, Spanish before going on holiday, or German to chat with family, if you're going to learn a new language, you want to be sure that it's going to be worth the time you invest. It's not enough to read a little or understand a bit--you want to be able to speak by the time a course is finished. After all, it's not just about acquiring a new vocabulary---it's about the ability to communicate confidently. It's a skill that makes life exciting. There's no better way to really get to grips with a new language than Rosetta Stone®. It's the natural and stress-free way to learn. That means no more endless translations or memorisation. Rosetta Stone's approach to language-learning is simple: people learn the same way they learnt their first language as a child-by connecting words, sounds, and images to their meanings. Intuitively, it just makes sense.

Practice makes perfect!

It's so much more fun to learn a language by practicing in real-life situations than by studying boring flashcards or trying to keep up in difficult classes. From the very beginning, Rosetta Stone gets learners speaking in real-life scenarios and offers online practice sessions with coaches who are native speakers. It's a great way for those who are a bit shy to prove to themselves that they can actually do it. It's a brilliant confidence booster. For those who want instant feedback on their pronunciation, Rosetta Stone has engineered a solution for that, too. State-of-the-art speech recognition technology compares a learner's pronunciation with a native speaker's pronunciation so that they can hear the changes they need to make. They can even slow down the words spoken by the native speaker to get a better sense of how they sound.

Learning through playing

The social aspects of language-learning can be some of the most important when it comes to recall. With this in mind, Rosetta Stone connects individuals to a select group of people who are learning the same language, and are at the same level. By joining one-on-one games, or solo practice sessions, brushing up on skills is actually fun.

Convenience is the key

People are constantly on the move, and the program's flexibility is one of its best features. Rosetta Stone have made it as convenient as possible to learn anytime, anywhere; at home, on the plane, in the car, or even in the queue at the supermarket. With activities that work on just about any device, learners can immerse themselves in a new language on their computers, tablets, or smartphones. The program goes wherever the learner goes. In a recent review, The Sunday Times stated 'the words stick like glue. You learn almost without noticing...and the live online tutorials really sharpen the experience. TOTALe is the gold standard'


There's a reason millions of people have been successful with Rosetta Stone. Find out why by trying it for yourself at