Jenny in GA Posted November 12, 2012 Share Posted November 12, 2012 My in-laws just offered to buy Rosetta Stone Spanish for our kids for Christmas this year. The kids are 11, 9, and 6, and all have some basic knowledge of Spanish, ie colors and numbers, how to say hello, how are you, that kind of thing. I have Getting Started with Spanish and was going to begin it with the older two in a couple months. I wanted to find get some information about Rosetta Stone to share with my husband and decide it, in fact, it would be a good fit for us and something we want. What can anything share, good or bad? How does it compare to other Spanish programs? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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