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 French — Tokyo , Japan
I bought the French language version. Very good. I don't know about the other courses but I have a couple of reasons for not giving it a 5 star rating: 1. The pronunciation of the female speaker in the early lessons is often bad. She has a habit of not pronouncing the nasal "n" in the middle of words or in liaison word combinations. Consequently I use Google translate to learn and practice the pronunciation of these words.
Rocket Korean — Laguna , Philippines
i really enjoy reading and learning here at the rocket languages. i already learn a lot of things that i want to learn here like how to write a hangul and how to pronounce it properly. so i hope they continue helping others like the way you help me. anyway i just want you to know that i enjoy my experience here. Thank you.
Rocket Hindi — United States
I t was a good appurtiunity for me to learn more hindi. I really thought I learned a lot. The people who speak in the lessons are very easy to understannd. I like how it has a leaderboard, and also how you can change the diffuculty in it.
Rocket Italian — United States
Love the interface ...it is broken down so you can say it back great to have useful dialogue on subjects that matter in real travel situations . My wife and I are going back to Tuscany again next year and it would be wonderful to be able to communicate better this trip!
Rocket French — Nagambie VIC , Australia
Pretty happy overall with the medium for learning. I often use it on the go, walking or driving, when I can't check the screen, so the spelling of some words are not obvious until I get time to review them. Otherwise quite happy.
Rocket French — Nevada , United States
I like Rocket French and have found it helpful, but if you're a person who doesn't memorize sentences well in order to repeat them back orally or in writing, you may get frustrated. I can actually converse in French at an intermediate level, but I'm not able to memorize these lesson passages because, in the moment of studying, their only importance is as text to attach to my brain long enough to recant for the machine.
Rocket Spanish — United States
Very nice interface with many opportunities to record yourself and play back to compare with the native speaker. I've enjoyed learning from the conversations, and also being able to practice participating in the conversations (playing the role of one person, then the other). The app for iPhone and iPad works well overall but has a few glitches with the voice recording function -- sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. The web browser interface for Google Chrome works perfectly. I am looking forward to continuing on in my lessons as I've only started module 2.
Rocket German — Co. Kildare , Ireland
I've only just started my course and am on module 1. However I am really enjoying it and find the course much better than a short course I did recently. I find it a much better course for teaching modern conversational German. As the previous one was more academic. I would prefer if the mobile app was tweaked so that the screen remained always on and not slept while being used in the car. That aside I can highly recommend the course however.
Rocket French — Luxembourg
I'm almost finished with Module two in french and so far I really like it. It's a good mix of audio lessons where you get a feel for how to use the language and the language lessons which teacher more grammar etc. I already feel more confident in my french and I am recognising more and more words out on the street and in conversations around me.
Rocket French — United Kingdom
I find that sometimes the time allowed for "repeat after Clair" is insufficient and I find myself talking over Paul's next statement. Also, it was not clear when I started what the survival kit lessons where all about and when I should do them. As I go along all this is becoming clearer.