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!
My partner has RocketFrench, which is great and which he enjoys. I am a language teacher, so I help reinforce.
Now, I just bought RocketGerman -with the same hopes of the French version- and lasted 4 minutes of intro and am SHOCKED: I want to learn German, so why is Nik being such a bitch to Paul, saying his German accent is not as sexy as a French accent?! Why is she saying "especially if your daily job does not require a lot of brain power". Not to mention her horrid voice with unbearable high pitch. How am I supposed to learn with a condescending teacher? No thank you! I want to talk to someone from customer service.
Rocket French — United States
I enjoy refreshing my spanish with Rocket Spanish, and find that I am gaining confidence and understanding by practicing daily with their tools. At times I do feel like lessons move very quickly and I end up reviewing the same lessons over and over again. I also wish the audio recordings gave me more time to add my response.I like the dashboard and the daily goals, they keep me motivated to keep practicing. I hope that overtime my spanish will improve!
Rocket Hindi — United States
Rocket Hindi is the best language learning system I've ever used. Way better than college level courses. I love all of the different formats - audio, quizzes, role playing - all of it keeps me interested in coming back to practice every single day, which is crucial to learning any language.
Take this course.
Add some daily self-discipline. Stir 40 minutes a day. Voilá! Am an expatriated Swede who after 8 years (!) in Japan still had not been able to get over the Japanese lingo threshold. As it was just not going to happen by itself, I dedcided to do something about it. During the trial period, I was already communicating with confidence. This is definitely the to-go-to-product for learning a language.
So far, so good with Rocket French! I have used Rosetta Stone French and this is much more fun and applicable. I was halfway through Level 3 of Rosetta Stone when I decided to try another program. Rosetta Stone seems to spend too much time on random, useless vocabulary.
Rocket French is way more fun & entertaining. I have been able to breeze through the first lessons, but am still learning a lot. I wish I had tried this earlier. Rocket French spends much more time on grammar and useful phrases.
Rocket Japanese is the best way to learn language! English isn't my native language, but I can easily understand Kenny and Sayaka. This is really important, 'cause Rocket Japanese like a game for me. I learn English and Japanese at the same time. Thank you so much! I'm really happy now and I believe that my dream about Japanese come true.
Good site. languages aren't my forte, but I'm enjoying learning on this site . Can highly recommend it and its worth taking a bit of time to explore it. so go ahead and have a look for yourself. You'll enjoy it
As an American,I found it challenging to learn Beginner German,but Rocket German makes it easier ,it's exciting,and I am very motivated by the point/badge system.Rocket German Rocks ! What an excellent tool to learn a language!
Rocket Chinese fits the way I learn, and I was very happy to find it. I like the way it gives me options for learning and review instead of just drilling me. And I can go back and review anything I need to, anytime. The way the program is designed, I control my own learning, and I like that. The order of teaching makes sense, the cultural information is very helpful, and the reminders by email from Lin Ping help keep me focused and encourage me to add some variety to my program.
Rocket Hindi — United States
So far so good :-) Working at my own pace through the Introduction and am starting to get an 'ear' for Hindi.
The Rocket Record function is great to help you get the intonation right. One thing I'm figuring out is how to say things naturally instead of like a robot so I'm playing around and experimenting with what I'm learning.