Now Rosetta Stone gives you access to all 24 languages it teaches, there’s a great opportunity to explore some of the less-well-known ones. Why not explore the sights and sounds of Vietnamese, Korean, Mandarin, Arabic…. and many more.
The most popular non-European languages being actively learnt by Rosetta Stone customers are Korean, Japanese and Arabic. Since the launch of Rosetta Stone Unlimited (which allows customers to learn all our 24 languages), these languages have grown immensely in popularity. Comparing activity rates from 2019 for the same period in 2020 we can see that our customers are more active overall, but that activity rates for these three languages have more than tripled as customers take advantage of access to all the languages we teach. It’s great that people are exploring languages that they might not have bought directly as their ‘first choice language’ when we only sold single language licences.
This app is amazing I love it! I got this app to learn Japanese but now I’m learning Japanese and Irish at the same time! And I’m gonna start learning other different languages.
If you’d rather do something unusual than follow the herd, then you might like to know which of the 24 languages offered are least used by customers. Looking at the same time period, the least learnt languages in order of declining popularity are: Persian, Hindi, Filipino, Irish, Vietnamese. What a shame to see these rich and colourful languages so neglected! Maybe you want to buck the trend and try them out?
Now Rosetta Stone offers access to 24 languages in one account when you subscribe for 12 months or more. Here are all the languages you will be able to learn:
Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English (American), English (British), Dutch, Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese
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