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From my experience in Germany it leans more towards Northern Dialects.
By Mary K. Schmidt on September 22, 2014
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It is good for learning the spoken language, but virtually nothing on grammar. I wish there was written text to go along with the lessons. Having said that, it has made me more confident to speak German. I have all 5 levels and have stalled out on Level II, but plan to resume lessons soon.
By John A Goebel on July 9, 2014
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The method is repetition of words first, including nouns, verbs, articles of nouns and eventually you put them together and make sentences. Some of it is reading and saying something outloud, some is repeating what the "teacher" says, some is identifying the object and picking out the correct one from a group of pictu… see more The method is repetition of words first, including nouns, verbs, articles of nouns and eventually you put them together and make sentences. Some of it is reading and saying something outloud, some is repeating what the "teacher" says, some is identifying the object and picking out the correct one from a group of pictures. It is repeated another way next time. Eventually you have learned verbs, articles and sentences. Pretty amazing effective technique. The best I can do to explain it, but to answer your question, yes, eventually you will learn sentence structure. It is expensive but very well done. see less
By Shari on February 19, 2014
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Yes, on at least three devices before the number is frozen.
By Karen Budde on March 16, 2014
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Probably not. There isn't any written supplement provided, and the grammar isn't ever really explained. Overall, this is a course that gets one through a visit to any German speaking country, enables most normal business activities such as renting a car, renting skis, etc., buying groceries, finding a pharmacy.
By Rodger Raubach on May 15, 2017
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A microphone is provided. I will tell you that the German Rosetta Stone would not load on my Mac, & the Mac techs couldn't get it to load either. The Spanish Rosetta Stone loaded, but none of the microphones that I tried were recognized by the software. When I tried to return the Spanish & the German Rosetta Stone, … see more A microphone is provided. I will tell you that the German Rosetta Stone would not load on my Mac, & the Mac techs couldn't get it to load either. The Spanish Rosetta Stone loaded, but none of the microphones that I tried were recognized by the software. When I tried to return the Spanish & the German Rosetta Stone, they refused to take it back, so I'm stuck with $1,000 worth of software that I can't use. see less
By Barbara Smith on May 5, 2014
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Mine runs on Windows 8.1 which is generally compatible with Windows 10.
By Rodger Raubach on October 10, 2016
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My answer would be identical to David Snyder's. I would call Rosetta Stone and ask them. This is certainly a good question as many families learn languages together, especially if redeployed to a new country. Rosetta folks are nice folks. 800-ROSETTA
By Dan King on July 8, 2014