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

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Rated 4 out of 5�by 6 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5�by With continued use, you will learn a language! I have been using the Rosetta Stone Korean Program for several years. While I agree and understand the premise between the Programs ability to help people acquire a new language, I have also come to the understanding that could make using the program, more user friendly. Unless I have been looking in the wrong location, I can't find any of the Korean grammatical rules. For example I have yet to read or see anything about batchim rules. Considering batchim rules deal with Korean letters changing their pronunciations depending on where the letter is located in the word. The biggest concern that should be addressed is in relation to the pronunciation of each Jamo.(Jamo: Each individual Hangul character) Since several Hangul characters sound extremely similar to one another- it becomes nearly impossible to differentiate the sound change. I think if there was a small chapter about the romanization of Korean characters, that the pronunciation of each character would be much closer to the sound spoken by a native Korean speaker. Since it is nearly impossible for me to distinguish certain sounds by ear alone, I feel like my pronunciation will never be similar to a native speaker. Lastly I feel each picture should not only be shown on the computer screen but it should also be seen in a workbook. It would be an invaluable tool- if that workbook contained the correct translation. The workbook should also contain both numerical systems used in Korea, and explanations for why similar pictures contain different vocabulary in regard to the subject matter. For example from the various pictures of people swimming, I came to understand suyeongeul haeyo {Romanization} ( ??? ??.[Hangul]) as the meaning for people or a person swim/swimming. A little later into the program we see A picture of animals swimming, and the word becomes.... Heeomeul.(???). Since both words mean swim can they be interchangeable? Without a proper explanation it makes me believe that the word swim is different depending on who\what is doing the activity. Using this same train of thought, when talking about people and numbers the Korean word myeot (?) is then added into the sentence structure. It seems once again the character is only used in conjunction with people, but since there is no way to find out from the program the way it currently is, you can see my predicament. I really like the program and have obviously put in a tremendous amounts of time, learning the Korean language. How ever I can't help but think that had work books been provided along with the program that I would have a better understanding of the language. While it is true when you first started learning your native language, all you did was listen to those around you and absorb from televisions, radios, and other environmental factors. How ever eventually you start preschool, kindergarten, and socialization. Its in those classes that you are taught fundamentals, grammatical rules and that's when your language learning really starts to take off. As the program stands it is a thoroughly enjoyable product and with repeated use it will work, but as with anything you will only get out the amount that you have put into it. February 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by ????? I love Korean and the fact that I am learning it thanks to you guys. I thank you. I am going to study abroad and live in Korea and I feel good with my talking skills thank you. February 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5�by 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
Rated 4 out of 5�by 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
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