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Rocket French — Montreal
I think Rocket Languages is a great way to learn a language online. The audio lessons are great. However, I would like to see more practice questions on grammar and a lot more exercises to do for the prices we are paying (not just the 5 questions at the end of the lesson).
Rocket Spanish — Magnolia, TX , United States
Using listen/record, I can practice, practice, practice until I get it right. The forum is a great tool to clarify something I don't understand. I've created a vocabulary with each new word or phrase. I can refer to often just to repeat them. The many tools in pdf are very helpful.
The thing I love most about Rocket French is the price. It is A LOT cheaper than the others. I also love the fact that Rocket French allows users to download the audio clips. This feature has been very helpful because I travel a lot and I wish to listen on the go.
Rocket Korean — Kansas city, Missouri , United States
I like that this app teaches you how to speak the language and breaks down the pronunciation, a lot of other apps just stick to learning the alphabet and single words. I feel I am getting somewhere in learning Korean with this app.
Rocket Hindi — Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates
Just starting with Hindi after having enjoyed Rocket German for years. I recommend this system of learning.
I have many Hindi speaking colleagues who were impressed with the system as they watched me practice at work.
Rocket Spanish — Brandon MS , United States
I went to Colombia and met some new friends. I wanted to approach these friendships with a growth mindset. To me this means I will approach it intentionally by learning the language.
Rocket Italian — Brisbane, Queensand , Australia
I've used Rocket before for another language. I'm very happy with it. Some things annoy me, for example, mistakes. Just in the first dialog, we are told that "Uno, due, tre" rhymes with "quattro , cinque, sei". But this almost undoes the lesson about pronunciation since 'tre' ends on a pure vowel 'e' and 'sei' ends on a diphthong 'ei'. They don't rhyme. Apart from the mistakes (and I'm hoping there aren't as many as the last time I used this program), I think it's one of the best available. And I do tend to be fussy.
Rocket French — MA , United States
I gave the price a 3 star because I had to go online to find a coupon code that provided me 60% off the original price. I gave the customer service a 3 star for neutral since I haven't needed to call a C.S.R. yet
Rocket French — Kitty Hawk , United States
I especially like the dialogue format, dismantling its parts, then putting all together. It is helping fix phrases in my mind that I used to have to piece together mechanically. I am hoping that this will lead to more fluid conversational skill. This is going beyond simple listening comprehension.
Rocket Korean — Bács-Kiskun , Hungary
I was looking for the best materials and the best sources for a long time but I didn't find what I was looking for. I have heard of Rocket Languages before but I wasn't sure if it was worth to buy it. After all I did order it and it was fantastic! All the materials that I was searching for one by one is all in here, on only one site! It absolutely did worth to buy it!