At the time of this writing, I’ve found the complete packages of the TOTALe version selling for as high as 0 USD through various vendors online (the Rosetta Stone Korean site is actually selling levels 1-5 of Spanish for over 0 USD!!! For the average home user that is unjustifiably expensive. Now, I’m sure that the speech recognition technology, research and expensive marketing campaigns account for most of this cost but for the average home user looking for a foreign language solution that’s well and truly beyond their means.
People treat information the same way they treat food these days.
If it can’t be cooked in the microwave or bought in a drive-thru then it’s too much effort!
For those of you who do have RS or are planning to get it anyway despite the cost, keep reading!
🙂 Just one quick update on the fairly recent addition of an online subscription option for Rosetta Stone.
resize=300,189&ssl=1 300w" sizes="(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px" data-recalc-dims="1" /Note: I’ve recommended a far better, more comprehensive (and less expensive) alternative to Rosetta Stone below. For other language editions, select them here: One of the most frequently asked questions in language learning discussions is whether or not Rosetta Stone is worth the investment.