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 Korean — new jersey , United States
This app has helped me so much with improving my Korean skills. I started off with this website knowing zero words of Korean and now I can not only read, but write it. It provides you with authentic accents and full conversations between native Korean speakers which make it easier to pronounce the words correctly and understand the way they communicate. I'm so happy to have stumbled upon a website that is not only affordable but also very user friendly. I would recommend this to anyone who is beginning a language or even someone who is unsure of where they stand on a language. It really helps you a lot.
Rocket Korean — Florida , United States
I tried out Rosetta Stone for a few weeks to try and learn Korean, but I hated it. The learning format was so confusing. I had no idea what I was learning. I looked up more ways to learn Korean and I found Rocket Languages. It is 100 times better than Rosetta Stone and I actually understand what I'm learning. 10/10 would buy again.
Rocket Korean — Seal Beach CA , United States
The course is excellent and a great value! It is really helping me to learn Korean for an upcoming trip. I plan to purchase other Rocket Language courses in Germany, French, Russian, Spanish and Italian.
Rocket Korean — columbia, sc , United States
I am so grateful to have come across this website. Even though I do not do the lessons on a regular basis I still have learned a lot thus far. I really enjoy the mic feature. My pronunciation is not the best so this feature really helps me with this. I also recommend this website to all my friends who are trying to learn a new language.
Rocket Korean — Ontario , Canada
This is really a helpful tool to learn a new language. Especially for Korean where it is not a romance language and I have to learn a new alphabet. I love that they split up the letters into different topics so that it would be easier to learn and that they gave a small description of why that letter it and how it is supposed to be said as well as having audio and small quizzes at the end. Overall this is really helpful for anyone wanting to learn a new language.
Rocket Chinese — United States
In my pursuit of trying to study Mandarin, I have tried many, many, many courses, both in-person and online, and never quite found one that helped me stay motivated. In each case, I never felt like I was absorbing anything and would become discouraged really easily.
After trying a few lessons of Rocket Chinese, I can honestly say that this is by far the best course I’ve tried so far! I can not say enough good things about this course! Among the many things I love about it: 1.
Rocket Hindi — United States
I began learning Hindi when I lived in Mumbai several years ago, but found it challenging to find ways to practice once I moved back to the United States. Rocket Language provided the answer to that dilemma! I have found their program invaluable, and very easy to use! I recommend this program to anyone who is a beginner Hindi student, especially those who would like practice speaking with correct pronunciation and mastering Devanagari!
Rocket French — United States
I have several French learning programs and I like each of them for different reasons. I like Rocket French very much indeed as the lessons are well organized and concentrated. I like how each leçon is structured and how the activities stress and test different strengths and weaknesses in my language learning process. I like that I am challenged to discover whether I actually learned the lesson.
Rocket Hindi — Philippines
It's interesting that the lessons are arranged in a way where you start with casual phrases and then moves on to more specific ones. I particularly like the Survival Kits as well. It is good that the package both has spoken and written lessons so that you know the basics of both.
Rocket Korean — Gdarmstadt , Germany
Hi, I am a composer and I am 61 years old. That means on one side that I know a lot about memorizing music, that has - like language - also rhythm and sound. On the other hand my brain is not so young like a 20 years old person. That means, that I am happy for any help for memorizing the vocabulary, sentences, sounds, rhythms of the language I am learning. In my case that is KOREAN, very difficult to learn for a western educated person like me.