Shopping links may be manually or programmatically inserted into this content, and our site may receive payment for activity generated through them. They should not be interpreted as editorial endorsements.

Learn a new language with Rosetta Stone's speech recognition technology for $199

sale 20522 primary image
StackCommerce

Traveling to a foreign country and learning about different cultures can be exciting, but many are afraid of stepping into the unknown, and for good reason. If you don’t have a solid grasp of the local language, you might have trouble ordering food, exploring, and so on. Luckily, learning a new language doesn’t have to be hard; Rosetta Stone has all the tools you need to learn a new language for just $199. 

Rosetta Stone has been in the language-learning business for decades, and in 2019, it uses a variety of modern techniques to simulate an immersive learning experience. For example, Rosetta Stone features TruAccent, an advanced speech recognition engine to analyze and compare your speech to native speakers. It also teaches you how to associate words and phrases with images, just like you did when you learned your first language as a child. You’ll first learn how to speak basic sentences for situations such as shopping, ordering, and taking a taxi, but as you advance you’ll learn how to share opinions, discuss pop culture, and more.

Journeying into the unknown isn’t so scary when you know how to speak like the locals do. You can learn Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin, French, Japanese, and even English with Rosetta Stone for $199, or 33% off.

Like this deal? Check out Vault — you’ll get four premium tools, including NordVPN and Dashlane, to supercharge your online security. Try it free for 14 days now!

This story, "Learn a new language with Rosetta Stone's speech recognition technology for $199" was originally published by Macworld.

Related: