You’d be surprised how far just one lesson with Rosetta Stone can get you! Travel blogger, Kristen Kellogg, shows just how far in this video-blog from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (p.s. nothing to do with the beer!).
At Rosetta Stone, our team focuses on improving the way people learn languages in everyday, real-world situations. Created to be completed at your own pace, each lesson teaches you phrases and vocabulary that you can start using right away. Find out how to ask for directions, order food, greet new people, and more.
One lesson with Rosetta Stone is made up of several bite-sized (10 to 15 minute) exercises that you can work through whenever you have a spare bit of time. In total a lesson takes between 30 and 45 minutes to complete.
Kristen used her quickly picked-up skills to order coffee, talk to neighbors, and make new friends—all in Latin American Spanish. What will you do after your first lesson with Rosetta Stone?
Find out today and try out Rosetta Stone’s unique approach for yourself.
Language learner, teacher and contributing author to the Rosetta Stone magazine
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