What Makes Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) Unique?
Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world and there are certainly a large number of people who are interested in learning this language. With the help of advance technology, studying Spanish becomes within reach through plenty of computer applications that can be used during a learner’s own free time.
The world’s most popular language learning software provider, Rosetta Stone, has made another innovation in studying Spanish. Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) is created to help people who look forward to achieving fluency in this language.
Like all other products of Rosetta Stone, Dynamic Immersion is strongly carried out in this software. This means all lessons are based on images and sounds, discarding English translations and explanations in hope to practice the user to stimulate his natural language-learning ability. Patterned after the way all people learned how to speak, learning is about picture-word association.
One of the very distinctive features of this application is the way it challenges learners to remember Spanish words through visual aids. The build-up starts from basic words, simple grammars to more complex and grammatically correct Spanish sentences. All lessons are carefully designed to help learners cope with new information before proceeding to the next level.
Another quality that learners should know is the state of the art speech recognition application that will help assess the progress of the user’s speech. At the end of each lesson, there is a live conversation with an online guide who is a native speaker. This is to further enhance confidence in speaking the language while familiarizing correct enunciation and pronunciation.
To further immerse the user to the Spanish language, there is also an online community called Rosetta World where the user can interact and play online games with other learners and practice their conversational abilities.
This language learning application is available for download on AppStore, Google Play, Amazon Apps and Nook Apps.