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!
i like it! je parle francais un peu mais j'adore l' experience !! donc ,je suis tres content pour le moment et j'espere que apres il faut faire le mellieure chance pour autre progress ! mercie beaucoup !!
Rocket Sign Language
Rocket Languages has made learning Spanish much easier. I always wanted to learn a 2nd language and even took Spanish in high school, but Rocket Spanish incorporates the vocabulary, grammar, exercises and quizzes with the ability to hear the correct pronunciations from a native speaker. This is much better than learning the pronunciations from someone who has only visited a Spanish speaking country.
Rocket French — Houston, TX
Product has been pretty good up to now. But I am working on lessons regarding numbers. Rather than focusing on teaching numbers (many of which are new words), numerous other concepts, vocabulary and long sentences are thrown in that distract from the main lesson. If you're going to focus on "there is" (il y a) then make it a separate lesson, and don't throw a bunch of new vocabulary in at the same time. And don't have three different speakers on the same lesson. All very confusing and frustrating.
Rocket Sign Language
rocket languages .... not bad but it help me find more informations about languages...and its awesome.... ^^
must improved you self..... Fighting :D and also be proactive ... communications is important to tight our relationship between another people...
Rocket Russian — United States
Rocket misses the mark in many ways. Teaching phrases without a literal translation is not helpful. Ideally, one should know what each word in the sentence is, so that one can then compose one's own sentences. Additionally, the speakers speak very quickly and one can't really tell how they are pronouncing the words in spite of having them spelled out in cyrillic.
Rocket Korean — United States
Overall, I understand the structure of the course, but it seems like many aspects, especially in testing, are done by a cookie-cutter algorithm which makes some really critical mistakes.
First, some technical issues. I use Chrome, as recommended, and there are a few things missing. Most notably, the on-screen Korean keyboard is not there. Also, I often do not have the button to mark a Writing lesson as completed.
Rocket French — United States
Good for those who like to control the content of their learning rather than going in an order dictated to them. I like the email reminders to encourage return to learning. Clicking on phrases to hear the pronunciation is also very helpful, as is playing the games to test knowledge.
Rocket french has increased my french speaking ability, but i don't like the customer service and the price is too high. The materials doesn't contain conjugation of verbs. As a learner i think it is better to have reading exercises like comprehension.
Rocket Spanish — United States
Affordable compared to RS. Like not having to use discs and being able to use a tablet. Like the grammar explanations, but haven't yet found all of the verb tenses in Spanish premium. Admittedly though, I've been quite lazy and haven't used the program as much as I should. It's not a program that makes you can't wait to get back to it. You need to be self motivated. I suppose that's true of the others, too.
Rocket French — São Paulo , Brazil
I've only done the trial version but I decided not to buy it not because of the content; the material is quite good actually and, considering it's for life, the price is fair as well. But the activities cannot be done through mobile or app properly, the recording won't recognize what's said, the written activities never goes on to the next, the platform only works properly on desktop PC and the whole purpose is that you can learn anywhere, whenever. If I can't use my mobile and be alone when recording my pronunciation or I can't answer the cards on my free time then the "anywhere/whenever" thing is null