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Finally watch Netflix shows in their original languages as you build up fluency with Rosetta Stone, on sale today

Finally watch Netflix shows in their original languages as you build up fluency with Rosetta Stone, on sale today
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TLDR: Get a year of unlimited access to all training from the language learning pioneer Rosetta Stone with a one-year subscription at almost half off its regular price.

It never hurts when you’re not only one of the most popular games in town, but also one of the most respected.

For the past 30 years, Rosetta Stone has grown from tiny upstart company to an acknowledged leader in language learning apps. And with their position as a trusted, reliable teacher of foreign languages have come the accolades — and there have been loads.

Mashable called Rosetta Stone “the gold standard when it comes to learning a new language,” while the Wall Street Journal called it “the next best thing to living in a country.” And the esteemed PCMag has gushed over Rosetta Stone, honoring it with a rare outstanding 5 star rating and an Editor’s Choice distinction five years in a row, while dubbing it “the best premium software for building a foundation in a foreign language.

Right now, users can learn why Rosetta Stone earned those rave reviews at almost half of its regular price, just $99.99 for a one-year subscription from TNW Deals.

That subscription gets students full access to learning materials in all 24 Rosetta Stone languages, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, Russian, and more. 

Rosetta Stone doesn’t rely on gimmicks in their training, centered heavily on a tried and true immersive learning method that triggers natural contextual learning. Rather than vocabulary drills and verb conjugation, Rosetta Stone starts by immediately inserting a student into their new language and prospering conversation…even before they know the words flying at them.

But their renowned methodology works the same way children learn their original languages, sparking visual and auditory connections that heighten the learning process and supercharge the language learning process. 

Through conversation and word association learning, students build their vocabulary and grammar in context, leading to better verbal and written understanding. As training progresses, Rosetta Stone expands those methods, including stories told in the new language that further the training and teach more new words and ideas.

Rosetta Stone also uses their TruACCENT speech-recognition engine to listen to a student’s speech, analyzing their spoken words up to 100 times per second to offer personalized pronunciation assistance. Students also receive live tutoring sessions native speakers; and can take their learning offline with downloadable Audio Companion lessons through any devices, including desktop, tablet and phone.

Regularly $179, you can lock in unlimited Rosetta Stone access right now for a year at 44 percent off, only $99.99.

Prices are subject to change.

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