Maisy Posted September 14, 2012 Share Posted September 14, 2012 Is anyone's DC having trouble applying what is learned in the interactive portion to the worksheets and quizzes? My DD is using Rosetta Stone French Levels 1&2, and while she does fine on the computer part, she's not always accurate with the written parts (worksheets, quizzes, tests). The mistakes usually involve articles, or perhaps the way words are combined (I don't know French, but I think the Spanish equivalent would be something like de el: del). DD says grammar (the way it's tested on the worksheets, etc.) isn't covered in the computer-based instruction. Anyone else find this to be the case? Solutions? It also annoys me that in the answer key in several sections, "many possibilities" is listed as the answer (in French, of course). How am I supposed to evaluate writing in a language I don't know using instructions I can only guess at? :glare: Thanks! Lisa Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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