V4 comes with some extra features, but is basically the same as V3. If Rosetta Studio (online native tutoring), Rosetta World (video game stuff), or TOTALe Mobile Companion (for iPhone) is important to you, then go with V4. Those are pretty much the only differences outside of being more difficult to pirate.
by Susan W 4 years ago
Does Rosetta Stone work?I want to learn Spanish with Rosetta Stone and I was wondering if it actually works? Any one that knows anything about it? I did some research on the web and I think its pretty good, by the sound of it. Any thoughts?
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
What is the best software for learning Spanish not Rosetta Stone?My son is starting Spanish classes this year and I'd like to take a refresher course to help him have someone to practice with. I looked into Rosetta Stone and it is prohibitively expensive. Are there good programs out there...
by Bharat Thapa 6 years ago
Do you think Rosetta stone spanish(Latin america) really works or am I just wasting my time on it?I mean after completing all 5levels of(I am already aware first two levels are just sort of vocabulary builders)Let me tell you I never had any spanish background and I don't skip a day to use...
by Bharat Thapa 17 months ago
Why? What's best and give your opinions as well.
by petertheknight 5 years ago
What is the best way to learn Spanish? Should I purchase Rosetta Stone or is there something...free online to do? Is there a website were I can chat live with a Spanish speaker or do something interact such as that. I think it's important to communicate with other people as part...
by JohnnyB92 6 years ago
Please let me know how you feel about Rosetta Stone and learning multiple languages im quite interested but it seems pricey so let me know if its worth it....
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