Learn a language for free while working from home with a Rosetta Stone trial


Stuck at home due to a little Coronavirus self-isolation? Can't go to work? Got your kids running around the house because schools are closed? Do something productive with your time! Or give your children something productive to do. Rosetta Stone is offering a free three-day trial to their language services, and if you enjoy the trial you can subscribe at a discounted price including up to $100 off the Lifetime subscription. At the very least, three days can keep you and your family busy through the end of the week.

If the three day free trial works for you, get a discounted subscription worth up to $100 off for a lifetime. You can learn from any of the 24 languages. Get the most useful greetings, phrases, and expressions. Get instant pronunciation feedback.

This is the perfect time to learn a new language! You know it's something you've always wanted to do, and think how much your kids could benefit now from learning Spanish or French or Arabic. You've got some down time and your kids need to keep their little minds working. Why not do it and save some money at the same time?

You will be able to choose one of 24 available languages, and Rosetta Stone gives you immediate access to all levels of learning that language. This covers everything from Vietnamese to Italian, and if you go with the lifetime subscription your access never expires.

Some of the features of Rosetta Stone include Phrasebook, which gives you the easy-to-learn and easy-to-understand things like expressions, greetings, phrases, and more. Use the Phrasebook if learning the language has an immediate practical use like you plan to travel or have family members that speak it. Impress your guests at dinner by making small talk.

You can also get an Audio Companion that helps you listen and learn offline with lessons you can play anywhere. Read stories in your new language and learn vocabulary that way. Plus, TruAccent gives you feedback on your pronounciation to make sure you're saying the words correctly.

You can also learn across a multitude of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and desktops or laptops.

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