Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) Version 3 Level 1 with Audio Companion (Homeschool Edition)

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Item #: 043619
ISBN: 9781607179207
EAN: 794678609169
Grades: PreK-Adult

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I purchased this for my freshman We covered half of the material this year The strength of the program is definitely the listening and speaking component The weakness is grammar The workbook pages appear to be an afterthought written by a fluent speaker without consideration for the limited capabilities of a beginner I am glad I did not purchase a multiple level package deal I will be using the listening and speaking options as a great intro for my younger children as long as they think it's fun However after going through the program myself I feel the claims of avoiding repetition are misleading The only way to learn a language is through repetition and there is plenty of it in Rosetta Stone. Additionally after this experience I have found that the method a child learns a language over the course of many years of total immersion is not equally appropriate for an adult with greater reasoning skills and necessarily limited exposure Merely having seen and memorized the conjugations of "Ser" "Estar" "to make" "to have" regular verbs etc and their applications; various forms of the personal pronouns; a chart of cardinal and ordinal numbers; rules for adjectives; how to make possessives All these things are easily absorbed in a very compact format by someone familiar with English grammar and would have removed a lot of the mystery for my daughter Honestly "to be" is the most common verb in any language it is never regular and there are two versions in Spanish! I have purchased a basic Spanish grammar text and will see how it works I merely perused it while developing a lesson plan and immediately Spanish made a lot more sense and became easier to decipher and properly speak.
August 27, 2009
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