Meet Jacqueline Oberhauser, working mum, blogger and language learner! Jacqueline lives with her family in Saarbrücken, a small German city right on the border with France. The video might be in German, but their enthusiasm for learning with Rosetta Stone needs no translation.
From 4:30 in the video above you can see how Jacqueline and her daughter use Rosetta Stone; learning as a team and making the most of the one-on-one time they have together.
There is a lot of French spoken in Saarbrücken and the family often go across the border for days out. The children also attend a multi-lingual nursery. This leaves David and Jacqueline feeling a bit embarrassed that their own French remains quite basic. That’s one reason that they were so enthusiastic about trying out Rosetta Stone and getting to grips with our French learning programme.
Life as a young mum can feel like a constant struggle and Jacqueline is popular amongst her fans for inspiring them to stay strong and active, making sure that she fits in all the parts of life that are important to her, including language learning. We discover that, even in a busy work day, she finds the time to learn French with Rosetta Stone. Sometimes with her young daughter and sometimes with her partner.
In this video Jacqueline and David talk about all the aspects of Rosetta Stone that they like including:
If you want to learn a language bur are struggling to find the time.
If you are fed up with traditional forms of language tuition and want a fresh approach.
If you want to learn a language in a more natural way, with content relevant to travelling or working in the country.
…. then why not try Rosetta Stone for yourself. Jacki and daughter scored 91% in the French lesson they practised together. Find out how high you can score?
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