Learn Japanese: Rosetta Stone Japanese - Level 1-3 Set
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- Access for up to 5 family members
- Download activation key included
- Learn at your own pace with our course that never expires
- Proprietary speech-recognition technology compares your voice to a native speaker 100 times per second
- Access to award winning mobile app for 3-months - available on Kindle Fire HD, iOS, and Android
- Live online tutoring sessions with a Native Speaker - 3-month trial included
- Earbuds with microphone included in box
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Discover the new Rosetta Stone Level 1-3 Set experience
Millions of people around the world have already learned a new language with our award-winning approach. It's no coincidence that Rosetta Stone is the fastest way to learn a language. Our method is effective because it's more than the newest app—it's the result of decades of research into the way people learn best.
Rosetta Stone Levels 1-3 Set
Live Conversation Sessions
What will you learn?
Rosetta Stone Level 1-3
With the Rosetta Stone Level 1-3 set you will communicate and connect around the world. Build a foundation of fundamental vocabulary and essential language structure. Develop the language skills to enjoy social interactions such as travel and shopping and learn to share ideas and opinions in your new language.
Level 1: 0-50 Hours
Gain confidence by mastering basic conversational skills. This includes greetings, introductions, simple Q&A's, and much more.
Level 2: 51-100 Hours
Learn to navigate your environment and handle basic interactions. This includes giving (and getting) directions, using transportation, telling time, eating out, and more.
Level 3: 101 - 150 Hours
Learn to share ideas and opinions, express feelings, and talk everyday life. This includes your interests, profession, current events, and more.
You’ll learn through immersion—which means you’ll only hear and speak your new language. Without offering your native language for translation, our interactive immersion encourages you to learn more actively than other methods, which means you’ll be more successful.
Our advanced system presents material at the right intervals to optimize your individual learning. The curriculum is sequenced to introduce new skills in a way that stimulates your brain’s natural language learning ability.
Advanced speech recognition technology analyzes every syllable, whenever you speak.
Does the Rosetta Stone solution work?
- Millions of learners around the world have discovered a language with the Rosetta Stone solution—from individuals to corporate clients such as NASA, the US State Department, and more than 10,000 schools.
Rosetta Stone Advanced Features
Rosetta Studio introduces you to real conversation in online sessions with language coaches who are native speakers. Supercharge your learning and experience everything communicating live has to offer.
Rosetta World is a lively online community where ramping up your language skills looks a lot like playing games. Reinforce what you've learned by having a live online chat, or facing off against new friends around the world. Chances are, you'll be having so much fun, you won't realize how much you're improving.
Rosetta Stone on the Go
Learn and practice on the go-or sync and track your progress across multiple devices. Our available mobile apps for iPad, iPhone and Android tablets and smartphones make it easy.
Ready To Dive In?
If you want to learn to swim, you need to get in the water.
It's the same with learning to speak another language. Without your native language for help, you''ll learn actively—which makes you more successful.
Connect with the world. Learn language fundamentals from greetings and introductions to simple questions and answers. Give and get directions, tell time, and dine out. Share your opinions, and talk about everyday life: your interests, your work, current events, and more.
Platform: PC/Mac Disc | Edition: Japanese
Top Customer Reviews
After two solid months of using Rosetta stone daily I became frustrated as not learning sentence structure becomes more and more apparent the longer you use it. At this point, I don't think I could construct a decent sentence if I had relied on Rosetta Stone alone. You end up just parroting back the sentences that are tossed at you. I chose not to use the romaji option instead using mostly hiragana, so spent time translating the sentences so that I could speak them back without missing words or mumbling parts I hadn't caught. The lesson sections that contained choices for word particles were a joke, as there is no way you can fully grasp what you should be using after certain words and why the word is used. I bought another textbook to address this. Bottom line, is that while this has nice visuals and allows you to hear the spoken language, I don't think you can truly learn the Japanese language in any functional way without using other sources and spending extra money.
Also, I expected to provide my own headset/mic and if you purchase this program you should too, as the unit provided will not even work with the program.I am still persevering with this program but I have little confidence that I can construct coherent sentences from using this software alone. Bottom line - If you truly wish to learn Japanese expect to use other sources and materials to build a foundation and supplement this software. Would I buy this again? Not certain that I would. Perhaps, once I've finished the entire set I may feel differently.
On a side note, the little headset that comes with it is pretty weak. I just use a regular mic and my speakers. I have that option, though. I'm sure they work well enough if you're using a laptop or need to be quiet.
If you have a grasp on the language you wish to learn I would say Rosetta Stone would be worth buying. However, if you have minimal to no experience in the language I would look else where. Possibly a study book first.
I felt like the program was not teaching me reading enough, so I went with free Memrise courses - they have nice flashcards for Hiragana, Katakana and beyond. Now after learning there, I feel much more comfortable with Rosetta stone course.
I also enjoy Kindle version, but it only has main course lessons there, without any games that come with the online access.
Overall, it is a great teaching tool, and I learn a lot with it, and learning does not seem like a chore.