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 Chinese — Australia
I am pretty happy with the whole experience, although I haven't used the program as much as I intended. Wish I had more time! A well thought out and fairly comprehensive approach to solo language learning. I shall be renewing my subscription for sure. Perhaps a section for HSK Exams could be a useful addition for those of us going down that path, just a thought. In summary, my overall user experience is a very positive one.
Rocket Sign Language — San Fernando
Rocket Sign Language has given me greater enthusiasm to gauge myself for further knowledge and experience. It has laid to rest some of the doubts I had with respects to enhancing my fingerspelling.
Hazel Mc Lean
Rocket Italian — Malta
I studied Spanish and Portuguese up to B2 level many years ago and I have school French so Romance languages are not new to me nor is language learning as an adult.
I started with this course as a beginner in Italian 6 months ago. I am now completing the final Platinum stage of the course. I reckon that I am now at level B1 or lower B2 in the Common European Framework language classification.
Believe it or not, there is a magic bullet for learning a foreign language, and you don't even have to be a genius. The secret? Be younger than about six years old and have adequate exposure.
Kidding aside (though isn't it remarkable that children don't have to learn languages so much as simply acquire them?), language-learning takes considerable effort and time, and having access to the right program can make a huge difference, too
Rocket English — Bellbrook Ohio , United States
Rocket language is, for me, a very great opportunity to learn the basics of another language. However, I think the pricings are a little bit high. I am 12 years old and am learning Korean because there is a boy band i like called BTS. BTS are from South Korea and so, speak Korean. I like the learning style of rocket Korean very much, but it is overpriced. I am , however, learning very fast on here and would love to continue learning using this site.
Rocket Spanish — Saint Louis, Missouri , United States
I appreciate the various interactions offered with this course such as the recording aspect and the testing, also the ease of reviewing whatever lesson is lacking. Although I have just barely begun the course, I am surprised at how much I am retaining. I am satisfied I made the right choice.
Rocket Spanish — Fairfax , United States
Rocket Spanish is well organized and fairly easy to use. I definitely like the experience and the process. HOWEVER - They are very wishy-washy with the meanings of phrases. In an effort to teach you different phrases to say the same thing, the designers forget that words have meaning. For example, early in the lessons you discuss someone's job. They tell you that the question, "What do you do?" can be asked ?Que haces?, which is correct.
Rocket Spanish — United States
I've used every language-learning product on the market, and Rocket is by far the biggest bang for my buck. The amount you can learn and internalize in a given amount of time is really quite astounding. You can spend years with some programs and never get up to the intermediate level. Rocket respects my time and delivers the language knowledge I need efficiently and effectively.
Rocket Arabic — Missisauga
Rocket Arabic Premium package is simple, clear and easy to understand. Role-play with male & female is very effective. Practice lessons, Audio practice lessons makes us to understand the concept clearly.
Overall a decent program. I listened to the audio for the most part. The games started out being fun, but ended up being a little simple and repetitive. There are two things I would appreciate:
1. Organized sets of rules for verb conjugations, prepositions, etc. I ended up with several sheets from my high school Spanish class, and even though this program was so much better overall, this is the one thing that would've helped. 2. Simple videos, readings, or audio that is understandable from the current lesson and lessons before. Even if it was something like "See Jack run" it would be helpful and informative for Spanish learning.