Rocket Languages Member Reviews
Read all about how Rocket Languages online language learning courses have helped our members on their quest to learn a language!
Rocket Arabic — United States
Unfortunately, this software does not allow me to become fluent, as this only makes you an "intermediate" speaker with a premium level of 1 compared to others who have 3. The software for Arabic really needs some more information on writing the language, as it is by far the hardest lessons to learn. I have studied it for hours and still, I do not understand one bit the Arabic alphabet and how to write in Arabic. Other than that this is this software is above average that allows you to learn at your own pace. I also enjoy that I can use this software forever for only %150.
Rocket Hindi — Karachi , Pakistan
Guys, Rocket Language found a great platform to learn Hindi. I learnt like a baby, very easy and simple way they have to teach their students. Rocket language not only focusing on any one, it focuses reading & writing including speaking. The most important thing would like to share with you is listening, listening is a very grabbing tool for learning any language. To me, it is my ambition to learn Hindi specially writing skills as it is so complex but interesting.
I would appreciate and recommend Rocket Language to learn Hindi and/or any other language. Good Luck everyone. Iqbal Ahmed Karachi-Pakistan
Rocket Spanish — United States
I like that so much of the exercises use audio. Too many language teachers end up teaching how to read a language, but put very little emphasis on speaking and comprehension. I also really like the dictation exercises, mostly because they give me practice in comprehension of spoken Spanish.
Rocket French — Manchester
Conversation and pronunciation of French is easy, but spelling is really difficult. It is too soon to have a judgement about Rocket French course as I just started it, but I feel apart its price which was about 30% more expensive than I've heard( $99)! Overall it seems a helpful course. Thanks.
Rocket Japanese — Japan
The course content is great, the design, layout and structure of the course is great. A lot of content, gets you to a good level of language ability if you study it correctly. The price is very high when you consider all of the free resources available though. I use the high price as a motivation to study, so that I'm not wasting my money, but it must dissuade so many others.
Rocket Sign Language
So far. The lessons are pretty easy and general. Not much reinforcement after each lesson so that the student retains. I guess I have to commit to practicing and reinforcing each lessson on my own. Also At times the videos are not as fluent (perhaps it is my computer).
Rocket Languages site provides a convenient atmosphere to learn a foreign language. By giving point for each action you do, it encourage you more to advance in your learning process. Overall, I am quite satisfied with the service I received from this site.
Rocket Spanish — Canada
The lessons are extremely thorough and I appreciate it even though they are challenging at times. Which is a good thing. I have tried other methods of learning Spanish and so far am really liking Rocket Languages.
Rocket Portuguese — mexico , Mexico
Es bueno, pero no tengo mucho dinero para comprarlo,lo recomiendo ampliamente, yo creo que serviria mucho para alguien que de verdad quiere aprender este o cualquier idioma, el precio se me hace muy elevado, estoy muy interesado pero si me hicieran un buen descuento por los tres niveles lo pensaria y probablemente me aceptarian, gracias. i like it but can't afford it at this time. thanks
Rocket Japanese — Texas , United States
Well, I would be happier if I could do it for free longer because I'm only 15 and I dont have any money to pay for it, but it has been extremely helpful in the lessons I can do. I can now say greetings (basic ones), and know that Atatakai is hot in japanese, which is good to know because if I go to Japan, I would like to know how to get a good, hot cup of coffee. So, overall, great for people who can actually pay for it, not for those who can't.