Rosetta Stone French Level 1, 2 & 3 set with Audio Companion
- Rosetta Stone teaches you a new language naturally, by getting you to think, live and breathe the language
- Innovative solutions get you speaking new words, right from the start
- Rosetta Stone moves forward only when you're ready--you drive the pace, you set the schedule
- With Rosetta Stone, you'll discover a foundation of key vocabulary that you'll use to build into a whole new language
- Audio Companion lets you take the Rosetta Stone experience anywhere: in the car, at the gym, or on-the-go
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- Platform: Windows Vista / 2000 / XP, Mac OS X
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
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Amazon.ca Product Description
Foreign language learning with Rosetta Stone French Levels 1, 2&3 you connect with the world around you. With level one you begin learning fundamental vocabulary and essential language structure, from greetings and introductions to simple questions and their answers. Gain the confidence and enter the intermediate level where you will be able to talk about your environment; give and get directions, tell time, dine out with self-reliance, shop and enjoy basic social interactions. Taking what you¿ve learned in Levels 1 and 2, we help you reach an advanced level of competence. This competence allows you to connect with the world around you. You will learn to share your ideas and opinions, express your feelings and talk about everyday life; your work, current events and much more. Now Rosetta Stone with Audio Companion allows the learner to take Rosetta Stone anywhere: in the car, the gym or on-the-go! What is Audio Companion? Audio Companion CDs are activities that correspond to the Rosetta Stone CD-ROM software lessons. The learner can listen to Audio Companion and practice what they¿ve been learning on the computer, turning travel time into productive language learning time. Audio Companion lets the student access the power of Rosetta Stone lessons whenever and wherever they want, they can play the CD¿s on a stereo, or download them to a MP3 player. It empowers the student and helps reinforce the lessons in any busy lifestyle!
From the Manufacturer
On Windows: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor or Intel Atom 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbooks
On Mac: Intel Core Duo 1.33GHz or faster processor
1 GB of RAM or higher
3 GB free hard-drive space (per level)
1024 x 768 display resolution
Broadband Internet connection
Available port for headset with microphone (not included)
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Top Customer Reviews
My other major problem with this (and the Spanish version as well) is that there is no explicit grammar instruction (at least I haven't seen any). You may pick up some basic grammar implicitly but there is no explanation of grammar or word order or anything like that, you just copy the dialogue and hopefully after awhile you will learn some basic grammar without really knowing what it is or why it is used that way.Read more ›
Some of the negative comments have been saying that they can't learn the immersion approach and I really call out their mind set. I've tried using the "lets break a sentence down approach first" or match the French (or whatever language) with what the English meaning is but when you do that you aren't really learning the language you want. All you are doing is converting it. Ok you've converted it or broke down the sentence. This isn't a puzzle, you want to build words and learn the language. Thats what this approach does, starts small and builds on what you have already learned. You don't realize that when you use the method they instill on you that you are learning without saying what is the English version. If you claim this is the wrong approach then I can guarantee you are not going to learn a new language anytime soon. The methods they use are not frustrating or in my opinion hard, its step by step.
This system does take a while but I don't mind because it makes me more confident that I have a better grasp of things, you can't just learn a language in a month. I feel at this pace I will be comfortable in about 3-4 months in a basic grasp of a new language.Read more ›
The concept of Rosetta Stone is simple - learn a language the same way our parents thought us through picture books. We are shown a photo and told what it is. We then say the word over and over until it is second-nature in our brain. When the photo comes up, we can easily identify it.
Unlike other programs, there is no need to memorize a ridiculously long phrase or sentence that doesn't mean anything to us at the moment. In Rosetta Stone, we start with simple objects and words. Then we build to phrases and sentences using those same objects that we learned about.
There is an included USB headset with mic so you can speak, analyze and compare your pronunciation with the voices on the program.
The interface is simple and easy. There is nothing to learn. You install the program, activate the levels depending on what you purchased and then create a user so that you can save and go back to where you left off.
Which means you work at your own pace.
The latest addition to Rosetta Stone learning software is the so-called Audio Companion. Unlike other learning software that simply comes in an audio CD that you pop into your vehicle to listen and hopefully learn, this Rosetta Stone Audio Companion is a supplementary to the program. Do not attempt to learn by simply listening to the CDs. These were created to assist your learning experience for words that have already been imprinted into your brain by way of visual association.
Like all other programs, this also has it's short-comings.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
No lessons are given. In the real world ,, Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles ,, all teach you to speak. They point at objects and tell you what they are. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2013 by Joe T
I've been an online student of Rosetta Stone language training twice now. The training is good and it works ok if your willing to put the time in. Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2009 by Amazon Customer
The product is good but Amazon service was poor. After I ordered the product I found that Rosetta was selling the identical product for 33.3% less. Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2009 by Ian T. Brown
In my opinion this is the only way to learn a new language, especially if you are a visual learner. I learnt more in 1/2 hour doing Rosetta Stone than years of going to classes. Read morePublished on March 12 2009 by K. Riley