Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1-3 Set (Windows), Download Version
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Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1-3 Set (Windows), Download Version

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UP TO 5 USERS — install the software on up to 2 computers.

TOTALe features everything that’s made Rosetta Stone the world’s leading language-learning solution, now with access to online services that fully engage you on your journey.

Connect with the world. Learn language fundamentals from greetings and introductions to simple questions and answers. Give and get directions, tell time, and dine out. Share your opinions, and talk about everyday life: your interests, your work, current events, and more.

  • You’ll learn through immersion—which means you’ll only hear and speak your new language. Without offering your native language for translation, our interactive immersion encourages you to learn more actively than other methods, which means you’ll be more successful.
  • Our advanced system presents material at the right intervals to optimize your individual learning. The curriculum is sequenced to introduce new skills in a way that stimulates your brain’s natural language learning ability
  • Immediate feedback on your word choices and pronunciation confirms you’re using your new language skills correctly.
  • Our robust, interactive learning environment not only teaches you a new language effectively—it helps you practice and retain your skills.
  • Our language learning environment combines speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
  • Interactive course carefully choreographs the way you are introduced to new language vocabulary and grammar.
  • You’ll learn language actively—through immersion—without translation.
  • Test what you’ve learned in a simulated dialogue after each unit.
  • Advanced speech recognition technology analyzes every syllable, whenever you speak.
  • You’ll get immediate feedback on your pronunciation, so you’ll always know how well you’re doing.

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Item # 756389 
Manufacturer # MUCZXX2RSU7W76A  
additional requirements Broadband connection required; 1 available USB port (for a headset with microphone); 1024 x 768 display resolution
brand name Rosetta Stone
distributor Arvato digital services Canada, Inc.
download size 1401369 KB
memory requirements 1 GB RAM
minimum hard disk space 3 GB free hard disk space per level
minimum processor compatibility 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor or Intel Atom 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbooks
operating system compatibility Windows 8 Enterprise; Windows 8 Professional; Windows 8; Windows 8 Enterprise x64; Windows 8 Professional x64; Windows 8 x64; Windows 7 Starter; Windows 7 Home Basic; Windows 7 Home Premium; Windows 7 Professional; Windows 7 Ultimate; Windows 7 Enterprise; Windows 7 Home Basic x64; Windows 7 Home Premium x64; Windows 7 Professional x64; Windows 7 Ultimate x64; Windows 7 Enterprise x64; Windows Vista Starter; Windows Vista Home Basic; Windows Vista Home Premium; Windows Vista Business; Windows XP
publisher Rosetta Stone
software type Download
version 4
Web browser support Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 4, Safari 5, Chrome 8 or later versions

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Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1-3 Set (Windows), Download Version 4 5 4 4
Rosetta Stome review Rosetta Stone is a great tool to help me learn Korean! So far as I go through the basics of lesson one I have learn quite a bit. Although the one thing so far that I don't like is the fact that when asking questions in korean I don't know what they mean in English, so it's almost like I'm not learning the complete thought that I am trying to be taught. December 13, 2014
Love it...but... I LOVE how you learn with pictures. BUT, I wish I knew what the sentence was saying when they say more than "boy eating or drinking". The longer sentences, I have an "idea", but not necessarily knowing WHAT I'm saying. Also, I wish I could repeat the beginning lessons. It won't let me go back, so, now I'm truly "guessing" the answers because I can't go back and re- learn the basics. It went too fast. :( I guess the only way to start over is to sign in under a new user up to 5 times..which is goofy to me. :/ it would get 5 stars otherwise :) December 11, 2014
Flying toward my goals with Rosetta Stone On a whim, I began studying Korean on my own. Being the child of a strict English major, I found it hard to wrap my head around Korean's VERY different sentence structure. I had already learned how to read Hangul (The Korean Alphabet) and I'd memorized 100 vocabulary words.... But was no closer to speaking Korean than when I'd started. I invested in Rosetta Stone Korean and as soon as it showed up at my house, I began an amazing journey. I can SPEAK Korean now and the "scary" sentence structure is becoming native to my ears and tongue! I can understand more and more of Korean Dramas and movies without being glued to the subtitles. I can pick out words in Korean songs. Native Korean speakers have complemented me on my pronounciation! I tell my husband and my friends that I would not be as far along in my study if it weren't for Rosetta Stone. I highly encourage language learners to invest in this program, work hard, and soar towards their goals as I have done. November 18, 2013
I first acquired the desire to learn Korean when one of my friends introduced me to KPOP and Korean dramas in middle school, and since we couldn't afford to have me take Korean language classes and knew of none in our area, my parents one day got me the first Level. I must say that Rosetta Stone has hit the hammer on the head in teaching the learner the beginning stages of the language by having them "acquire" it rather than memorize it; my German teacher in high school started teaching us German using this concept and it sunk in rather quickly. I think that teaching the learner their selected language through the very processes that everyone first learned to speak their native language is an ingenious idea. However, I am disappointed at how Rosetta Stone seems to stop at that point. When one gets into pre-school and kindergarten, they are taught how to identify and read the characters of the language that they speak and then start going into the explanation of sentence structure and grammar as the child progresses in school, going more in depth as they get older and more experienced and comfortable with the language. However, Rosetta Stone doesn't actually teach you how to read Korean characters and actually has you reading them wrong in the pronunciation sessions by having you repeat each syllable back to them, whether or not each sound you make in forming the words of the syllables that you are saying are actually in that word you are saying. For example, if you try to say "ibeoseoyo" - "eo" sounds like the "o" in "dog" - they'll have you say it like this: "ee-beo-seo-yo", when it's really written like this: "eeb-eos-eo-yo", which makes it VERY confusing trying to teach yourself how to read the language, which is why I had to do my own research to be able to read Korean while learning through Rosetta Stone. They also do not explain the sentence structure of the Korean language and it will later set you up to make simple mistakes without realizing it, especially when you try to combine two complete thoughts into one sentence. It leaves the learner guessing and hoping that they said everything in the right order. As many other people have mentioned, I do hope that Rosetta Stone will come up with at least a Level 4 version if not a Level 4 & a Level 5 version so that the learner will have a much more complete and in depth understanding of the Korean language and that it will teach them things that you learn in school like grammar, Korean idioms and common sayings, Korean customs, Korean taboos, and the knowledge to use "banmal" or informal language and when & when not to be informal. Rosetta Stone will not teach you everything you need to know about the language you've chosen, but it does give you a wide ranged of beginning knowledge that will be extremely helpful if you ever decide to take a Korean grammar & literature class, which I highly recommend. Or if you know someone from Korea who speaks good English and is willing to help you, take advantage of that opportunity because you will be getting invaluable information and it will be information that you don't have to spend money on. July 30, 2013
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