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A lifetime subscription to Rosetta Stone is now just $199

Learn a new language with this critically-acclaimed software’s speech recognition tech.
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Learning a new language is good for so much more than just blending in when you vacation abroad. From improved memory to better employment opportunities, picking up a second, third, or even fourth language can give you a major leg up in the game of life.

Of course, as anyone who's stumbled through Spanish I in high school can tell you, speaking a new language and just memorizing a handful of vocabulary words are two very different things. Rosetta Stone is the critically-acclaimed language learning tool that will actually get you speaking a new language like a true native—no boring high school classes required.

Rather than bogging you down with simple vocabulary words and dull memorization, Rosetta Stone takes a more immersive, engaging approach to getting its students savvy with a new language.

You'll start by matching words with images, just like when you learned your native language as a child. Then you'll move onto interactive lessons where speech recognition technology works to evaluate and improve your accent with instant feedback. In fact, Rosetta Stone's proprietary speech-recognition technology is capable of analyzing the words you say 100 times per second—it's the real deal.

Rosetta Stone will get you learning basic conversational skills like shopping, ordering and taking a taxi in no time; and, from there, you'll move onto intermediate language skills like sharing opinions and discussing pop culture.

No matter what your motivations are, if you're keen on learning a new language, Rosetta Stone is one of the best ways to do it. You can start learning Spanish, French, Italian and more with individual lifetime subscriptions available for just $199 today,

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