Forum New language

New language



Now I'm learning Rocket French.
I want to buy Rocket German also.

Will i have any discounts?
What is the procedure for buying new language course for members?

Thanks in advance


I own multiple courses and I have not seen any discounts for other languages.  You just purchase it with the same email address you used for the first course.  Also, the higher levels may be offered at a discount when you purchase the new language, one time only.  Purchase the first level, then wait for them to offer the next level, then purchase that, and so on.


I am continually amazed at those of you who are learning more than one new language at a time. My brain is kept fully busy trying to learn Spanish.



In my case, I learned most of my Spanish in high school so this is more of a refresher course.  I only started learning Chinese three years ago.  Spanish and Chinese are so different, I don't find any cross talk between them.  Spanish and English share many words or many of the words are close to each other - not so in Chinese.  Spanish grammar is similar to English - word order is similar.  Chinese grammar is mind boggling at times.


You got to that level in Spanish from your classes in high school? I took French in high school and it was of zero help for me when it came to seriously trying to learn it ten years on.

With Spanish grammar and vocabulary being similar to that of English and French, I had thought I would have breezed through learning it. Noooo. It could be that with age my brain is turning to mush...


Steven: just think what your brain would be like if you were not using it to learn another language.


French has always seemed intimidating. I hope to go on to Portuguese and then Italian and possibly Japanese after I finish with Spanish. I actually have a friend who is learning Mandarin Chinese solely off of library books.


Thanks, buddy. I feel better already... ;-)


Yes, I had pretty good Spanish teachers in high school.  I took four years and my college (UCSD - Revelle) required us to pass a written and oral exam to satisfy the language requirement and I passed both.  Also, I think living in Southern California helps since I get a lot of exposure to Spanish.


I remember my HS exploits in French. My freshman year, it was 3 A's and a B. The following years it was 3 B's and a C and then 3 C's and a D. I decided to put my French career on ice for my senior year. My derelict buddies hung on for another year and pulled in F's across the board. I was the smart one of the group. :-)


hi everybody i was wondering if anybody want to change japanese to french, i have japanese rocket but i have no use for it anymore becuase i have my interest in french and i don't really want too pay for it so anybody that got bored of french?

Ask a question or a post a response

If you want to ask a question or post a response you need to be a member.

If you are already a member login here .
If you are not a member you can become one by taking the free Rocket Spanish trial here .