In Episode 6 of the podcast, I’m talking to an everyday language learner. My longest-standing student Randy is our guest, and he talks about what it’s like to become a language person later in life and one tool that got him right through his first 6 months of learning: Rosetta Stone.Review Podcast for Rosetta Stone Advanced <img class="thumb-image" data-image="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/500fab79c4aa83ca4b6cacae/t/53fb5d28e4b0a085e8d4cc2c/1408982312893/" data-image-dimensions="490x734" data-image-focal-point="0.5,0.5" data-load="false" data-image-id="53fb5d28e4b0a085e8d4cc2c" data-type="image" src="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/500fab79c4aa83ca4b6cacae/t/53fb5d28e4b0a085e8d4cc2c/1408982312893/?format=1000w" />
Randy and I have both been trying Rosetta Stone to test their new system, Rosetta Stone Advanced, and we decided to record our verdicts in a podcast for all of you.
So in this episode, you will hear all about:
“I thought ‘Wouldn’t it be cool if I could understand a little bit of this?’”
“The answer is that I’m gonna gradually just get a little better as I do the work.”
“Under the theory that I’m not dead yet, I’d like to keep learning”Randy’s Top 3 Tips for Language Learning
These tips are really simple: Be patient and committed, try out lots of methods until you find the right one for you, and don’t be afraid!
If you have enjoyed our discussion of the Rosetta Stone system and would like to try it out for yourself, here are some fabulous special offers for UK and US readers.Important Links for Episode 6
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