Friday, April 5th, 2013 at
Livemocha is a remarkable and online learning center for many, many languages… here is a review I did of it back in 2009. Its methods of teaching Spanish and other languages are much like those used by the long-established Rosetta Stone.
So recently the news came out that Click to read more >>>
Wednesday, April 1st, 2009 at
I have a page on my website about Rosetta Stone Spanish, and I wrote a long review of it here in the blog after I had a chance to try it out.
I’ve been mulling it over a bit since then. Was I fair to the program, and why is it so popular? Click to read more >>>
Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 at
Recently I had the opportunity to try out Rosetta Stone Spanish on a friend’s computer. After that experience, I can better understand why some people like this program a lot. Someone else I know, who is very visual, commented that she likes the way it is set up with pictures and words. But I must admit that it isn’t my cup of tea. I got impatient with it… but I’m getting ahead of the story… Click to read more >>>
Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 at
Rosetta Stone Spanish is the market leader when it comes to programs available to help you learn to speak Spanish. It’s been around for a long time and is a large company, with programs for learning many, many languages. Chances are you’ve heard of it.
Fluenz Spanish is a relatively new company. Chances are you haven’t heard of it.
If you are considering a computer program to help you learn Spanish, these two are the best. But how do you choose between the “tried and true” Rosetta Stone Spanish and the “innovative, research-based” Fluenz Spanish?
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