Stone has been the #1 foreign language curriculum among
homeschoolers for a while — next week they are unleashing a brand new
curriculum, and y
ou can WIN the *all new* Rosetta Stone Homeschool Version 3… FOR FREE! 

This is a
$219 program (and believe me it’s worth every penny!) and the winner
gets to pick from any of these 14 languages: Spanish (Spain or Latin
America), English (American or British), Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,
French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Irish, Hebrew, or Russian.

This will also include a headset with microphone, and students will participate in lifelike conversations and actually produce language
to advance through the program.  Rosetta Stone still incorporates
listening, reading and writing as well, in addition to speaking.  Many
homeschoolers requested grammar and vocabulary exercises, and with
Rosetta Stone Homeschool Version 3, they’re included!  For parents, the
new Parent Administrative Tools are integrated into the program and
allow parents to easily enroll students in any of 12 predetermined
lesson plans, monitor student progress, and view and print reports. 


win this most excellent program — in the language of your choice —
copy these (blue) paragraphs and post it in (or as) your next blog post
— then to enter the contest, go to the original contest page HERE:  and leave a comment with the link showing 
where you blogged about it.  And please make sure the link works to get back to the original contest page when you post it.  And good luck!  The
winner will be picked randomly on March 26, and will be notified thru
the link they left to their blog pg.   And if you have more than one
blog, you can post them and enter those separately for more chances to
win.   Yay for free stuff!

3 thoughts on “Crossing my fingers …

  1. @pottermom – I never win these things, so I’m sure you are safe!  LOL  Goodness, I don’t really know.  Seriously, I expect we would choose Spanish, simply because it would be the most useful in our neck of the woods.  It’s not really my preference (I think it would be cool to learn Hebrew or Italian …), but it does seem to be the most practical.Having said that, I exchanged emails with an old high school buddy a couple of months ago and he said the funniest thing regarding this very issue.  Growing up on the Texas Gulf Coast, he chose Spanish because when in the world would he ever need to know French or German????He earned his PhD at Stanford after finishing his undergrad work at Rice.  Ended up marrying a young woman from Romania and accepted a position in Geneva, Switzerland where they speak French AND German.  Go figure.  He’s currently on sabbatical in Paris, but contemplating a move to the University of Arizona when this finishes up.  So maybe the Spanish will finally come in handy? 


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