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Offering a six month no quibble guarantee - Rosetta stone blog discussion

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  • Has anyone actually used Rosetta Stone before? How does it compare to other providers?

    According to the website, the moneyback guarantee is on any cd-rom product purchase (Martin - you mention the cost of £139 only, so was wondering if you'd get refunded if you got a joint level 1 & 2 pack for example (cost: £229)......

    There's some more information here, if anyone is interested.........mentions the six month guarantee in the bottom right hand corner!

    Link --> http://www.rosettastone.co.uk/en/individuals/languages

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    it is actually good, but i didn't pay for it so even better, but it is one of the best that i've seen so far...
  • I've been thinking of getting a Rosetta Stone package.

    Just found interesting comments on wikipedia from language experts about what they think about rosetta stone, I recommend reading them here before deciding to buy:


    In summary, the language experts seem to have some reservations about the software. Read the article because I can't do them justice, but I would say think carefully about if you reckon these reservations would apply to all computer language courses or just rosetta stone.

    I'm thinking about learning Latin American Spanish. If I think I can afford it at the time, I'd like to get some one-on-one tuition from a native speaker. Coincidentally in the Sunday Times today I found an article mentioning this web site for buying 45 minute lessons over skype with tutors: www.verbalplanet.com

    Lessons for Spanish seem to range from about 7 to 14 quid per 45 mins.
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