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Have you ever wondered how Rosetta Stone English works? Well, here is a live demonstration for you recorded on video.

As you can see, there are exercises, pronunciation guides and other features.

This is the most popular language learning software in the world, so you may find it perfect for you. If you are interested in purchasing it click on the links below.

If you want to see other English language learning software you can click on our reviews here.

For other questions on Rosetta Stone English, you can see some of the best answers below.

 

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Jenny asks…

Is Rosetta Stone English worth promotion points?

I noticed on AKO’s skill port, Rosetta Stone english is listed in courses able to be taken. Even though english is my first 

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For those of you that want to to learn the English language you can check out our webpage.

While all languages have their different accents and dialects, English might have the most of them all, because it is such a widespread language.

Here is a woman, Amy Walker, who is putting on 21 different accents. Most of them are English, and they sound so different from one another.

I wonder, which one is her real accent? It is difficult to tell.

Someone said she is from Wisonson in the US. But I think she is British, probably from London. But who knows?

What do you think?

At our English Learning Course webage, we review some the most popular English language learning software to help you tackle the sometimes weird and nonsensical English language.

Just to prove how weird English is, look at how EVERY language in the world, it seems has a similar word for pineapple. But, no, not the English!

Look at this chart:

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Source: http://www.theyareweird.com/2011/04/really-english-language-why.html

I mean, really, it’s like they WANTED to make English difficult, isn’t it?

Well, if it makes you feel better, even English speakers get confused by their own language.

Good luck on your English language learning goals, and I hope that you achieve all that you desire!