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 Korean — nabeul
i like how it works, but i dislike the very hard sentences at the first lesson.
it's my first experience learing korean and i really like it. i hope i can speak and understand korean , also write and read. thats my dream i hope you help me do it
The course is excellent, and allows you to progress at your own speed, and in your own time.
The speak and record is the best feature or this rocket course. I would certainly recommend to anyone who wishes to visit a spanish speaking country.
Rocket Japanese — Fl , United States
I love how we can practice conversations! ITS SO COOL im only 13 But rocket languages has taught me so much japanese!... I wish it was free then other people would go on it too , I was sad when my 7 day trial was over :'( BUT I LOVE ROCKET LANGUAGES. One day its my dream to go to japan and maybe even live there. So i want to become fluent in japanese. I use so many apps like youtube and duolingo But this is my favorite!!! I just wish it was free like those two apps thx for being amazing
Rocket French — France
I like this program a great deal. It's very well structured and pragmatic. My only true complaint is the voice recognition software. I live in France and if most of the French can understand me then why doesn't the program recognize my voice?
Rocket French — Tunis
Naturally being moving to upper levels by studying hard. Something interesting is a sound that serves me how to pronounce it. Of course its best part is to record my voice just before learn it thoroughly. Thank you very much for all the preparations you have designed for us.
Rocket Spanish — United States
Rocket Spanish is pretty good. It's certainly better than other programs I have tried. Every so often it tests you on words you haven't learned. In one case it ends Module 1 with a survival kit of a list of 300 words, then assumes you know them in Module 2. This is ludicrous. One or two lessons refer to a beginners' book that is not included. The good part is the interactive call and response and the ability to easily go back and review lessons so you don't forget as much as you move on. Most words reoccur in several lessons so you don't forget. A few are not.
Rocket Chinese — United States
The Rocket Chinese course is comprehensive and contains a good variety of tools. There are a couple negatives though. The main one is that the male voice actor's pronunciation is not very good. That's a huge drawback when you're trying to learn to pronounce a language correctly. Offline use on Android is fairly minimal. It's painful to enter pinyin for exercises that use it, for instance you can't just enter dan1cheng2, you need to find a way to enter dānchéng.
Rocket Japanese — United Kingdom
Rocket Japanese is definitely worth the money: for the price of one year of weekly language course, you actually get more to learn and practice. I really enjoy the audio courses which are delightful. And the interactive website is well designed as well, except the audio recognition system which still needs some improvement. I really would like to see more interesting learning materials in future, and maybe some recommendations on videos, articles and cultural items that I can go look at.
Rocket Hindi — Australia
I first tried Rocket Hindi 3 years ago and I was hooked after the first trial. It's my honest opinion that this software is a massive helper to all types of learners. I am far from a language buff and despite this Rocket has managed to lay down a rock solid foundation for this third language in my head. Now it's time to work my way up towards Rocket Hindi Hero then next stop Mumbai :D