Build a foundation. Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1 Software includes everything you need to begin learning Korean—from grammar and vocabulary to basic sentence structure. It’s the foundation upon which your language-learning journey begins! Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1 Software will help you:
Move forward. Rosetta Stone Korean Level 2 will help you move forward, interact and engage. If you already know the basics, but aren't yet comfortable with the more complex conversations, this is the level for you. By the time you complete it, you'll be able to talk about your environment, give directions, dine out and more. With Rosetta Stone Korean Level 2 Software you'll learn:
Express yourself. Rosetta Stone Korean Level 3 Software is the most advanced language-learning program. Korean Level 3 builds on language fundamentals and conversational skills. Taking what you've learned in Levels 1 and 2, we help you reach an advanced level of competence in Korean. Rosetta Stone Korean Level 3 Software will help you:
Engage in advanced-level conversations.
Learn to share your ideas and opinions, express your feelings and talk about everyday life.
Navigate your surroundings. Rosetta Stone Korean Level 1 & 2 Set set includes Level 1 & 2 software. Interactive activities, sounds and images take you from the basics to more accomplished conversational skills.
This comprehensive language-learning solution includes everything you need to learn Korean at home or on the go. This set includes the Rosetta Stone Korean Levels 1, 2, & 3 PLUS Audio Companion. A multiple CD set to play or download to your MP3 player.
What is Audio Companion?
With Rosetta Stone software, you learn a new language on your computer. The Audio Companion will reinforce what you've learned in an audio format. Play Audio Companion CDs on your stereo or MP3 player. Take the Rosetta Stone experience with you wherever you go.
Audio Companion activities match the lessons in Rosetta Stone software. Practice what you've learned by listening to Audio Companion.
Extend Study Time
Don't stop learning just becuase you're not at the computer. Use Audio Companion to access lessons whenever and wherever you want.
Speak and Converse
You'll hear and repeat questions and answers that you'll use later to communicate in your new language.
Rosetta Stone Language Software offers a comprehensive course of study for beginning learners leading to everyday proficiency in listening comprehension, reading, speaking, and writing.
Learn All 4 Language Skills. Our balanced curriculum includes listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.
Native Speakers & Speech Recognition. Improve your speech by imitating a native speaker. Rosetta Stone’s speech recognition records your voice and evaluates your pronunciation and accent dynamically.
No Tedious Memorization or Translation. Immerses you completely in your new language so you’ll learn quickly and retain what you learn. Systematic structure teaches vocabulary and grammar naturally, without lists and drills.
Immediate Reinforcement. Previews, exercises, and tests with automated tutorials help you focus on areas that need additional reinforcement.
Hear what the others say about Rosetta Stone Software:
“I am astounded by the power of this software.”
–Filmore Bender, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland
“Rosetta Stone allows students to master their curricular lessons in English, reaching required assessment goals and succeeding in leaving no child behind.”
–Vicki Taylor; Coordinator, English Learner Services, Duarte Unified School District
“[My wife] speaks Portuguese and a little English. We got married and spoke two different languages… She has been using the program for about a month now and the change is unbelievable…The program is great and we tell everybody about it.”
–Joseph and Marialuiza Kissane, Massachusetts
“I am convinced that Rosetta Stone is the best commercial language software available, which is why I recommend it to all my serious students and why I would definitely adopt it if I were in charge of a language program.”
–Paul Lyddon, Ph.D. Candidate, Second Language Acquisition & Teaching (SLAT)
“It used to be that the best way to learn a language was to go to the country and immerse oneself in it. I think Rosetta Stone is even better: I can turn on the computer at any time, any place and am not dependent on anyone or any circumstance for learning Arabic. I’m amazed, and I’m telling everyone I know about Rosetta Stone.”
–Steve Stoker, Texas
The KOREAN Language: Korean is a language of uncertain ancestry. It is thought by some scholars to be akin to Japanese, by others to be a member of the Altaic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages, and by still others to be unrelated to any known language. The Korean tongue is spoken by about 68 million people in Korea (45 million in South Korea and 23 million in North Korea) and by nearly 1 million others in Japan. Unlike Cantonese, Korean does not use tones to make semantic distinctions. Its syntax, however, is similar to that of Chinese, while its morphology resembles that of Japanese. A distinctive feature of Korean is the use of a number of different forms to indicate the respective social positions of the speaker, the individual spoken to, and the individual spoken about.