5 reasons to choose Living Language over Rosetta Stone



Are you deciding between Living Language and Rosetta Stone? Here are 5 reasons to go with us!

1. Learn more.

 

Hours of instructional content

  • 250
  • 290 (16% more!)

 

2. Get the skills you need to converse right away.

 

Skills covered in first 50 hours of instruction

  • Exchange simple greetings and say farewell
  • Introduce Family and Friends
  • Go shopping and place orders

 

  • Exchange simple greetings and say farewell
  • Introduce Family and Friends
  • Go shopping and place orders
  • Describe your home
    Count and talk about quantity
  • Ask  for and give directions
  • Get what you want at a restaurant
  • Tell others your routines and habits
  • Discuss your preferences and pastimes
  • Talk about your job

 

 

3. You pay less.  And avoid additional fees in the fine print.

 

Online course subscription and eTutoring

  • $299 (sale $224) for 12 months
  • 3 months limited access*
  • 25 minute sessions
  • 3 learners max
  • $150 for 12 months
  • 12 months access
  • 30 minute sessions
  • 3 learners max

* 4 etutoring sessions per month

 

4.  We give you the tools to learn instead of gimmicks and guesswork.

 

Method

  • No translation
  • No grammar explanations
  • No writing instruction
  • Translations always available
  • Over 90 grammar tutorials that build up your knowledge gradually
  • Writing guides with practice activities*

*For languages that don’t use the Roman alphabet.

 

 

5. Not all learners are alike. Learn in the way that is best for you.

 

Content types

  • Activities are similar to one another
  • One size fits all approach
  • No options for translation
  • Locked in to the limited course RS sets for you
  • 5 diverse types of games targeting various language skills (writing included!)
  • Choose to learn with or without translations
  • Freedom to advance through the course as you please.

 

Still not convinced? Take a look at our Language Lab, where you’ll find free examples of flashcard sets, dialogues, and games and see how far you will go in LL Essential, Intermediate and Advanced courses.