As a 50+ learner I wondered how well I’d retain the information but it’s been great. The format makes it fun & appealing while the word/picture association facilitates retention. We have all 3 levels and I’m currently on the last session of Level 1 (after 6 weeks). While it says it’s a single user product, you CAN install the Version 3 on two computers; however both installations cannot be running simultaniously (I called Rosetta Stone about this & we’re doing this w/ husbands & my computers). The microphone set-up is great to hear yourself speak & make corrections as needed. Since Rosetta Stone provides no written Spanish (ie book) a good English-Spanish dictionary is helpful or having a free-translation window open on your computer for occasional clarification. Also it helps to look at some free websites that explain general sentence structure and word tense in the Spanish language. If you’re consistent in it’s use, quiz yourself mentally during daily activities, and proceed at a comfortable pace (too slow & you lose momentum, too fast & you forget) you’ll be speaking Spanish in no time. I’ve learned far more in the past month with this product than I did taking a weekly conversational Spanish class at the local community college.
Buy Rosetta Stone V3: Spanish (Latin America), Level 1 and start learning Spanish today!