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It's highly effective.

  • Learning a foreign language can be daunting, but immersive training can help you sound like a local faster than you think.
  • The critically acclaimed Rosetta Stone language-learning method has been trusted for over 26 years and offers over 24 languages you can learn from your phone, computer, or tablet.
  • You can sign up for a one-year subscription and get access to unlimited languages for $99.99 (44% off) for a limited time.

As far as challenges go, picking up a new language is certainly up there. If you want help with this beneficial endeavor, don't turn to random apps or classes you can't commit to; instead, sign up for the best — and that's a one-year subscription to the well-known Rosetta Stone, currently over 40 percent off.

You'll receive access to over 24 languages, including Spanish, English, French, Italian, and German, and you can switch between as many as you want without any added fees during your year's membership. Each subscription is also a multi-device experience; you'll be able to navigate through the grammar, local phrases, and more from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop.

You won't have to worry about making lessons at specific times either as Rosetta Stone lets you customize your own schedule and practice any time of day or night. Additionally, there's an accompanying Phrasebook that highlights easy-to-understand greetings, phrases, expressions, and more.

Students can also opt to purchase live tutoring sessions as a premium add-on to their basic subscription. You'll get time with native speakers who are able to take your pronunciation, understanding, and everything in between to the next level.

Get an idea of how it all goes down in this video:

Users on the App Store have given Rosetta Stone an impressive 4.8-star rating, and CNN has referred to it as the "Gold Standard" in language learning. It's been trusted by students for over 26 years.

Find out why the Wall Street Journal thinks it "may be the next best thing to living in a country." Enjoy Rosetta Stone's highly-rated, immersive language-learning platform, normally $179 for a year's subscription, while it's on sale for $99.99 for a limited time.

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