Want to learn a new language? Rosetta Stone offering free unlimited tutoring

Rosetta Stone is an education technology software company that was founded in 1992.

The company is providing free virtual tutoring for consumer subscribers and students get free subscriptions

While Georgians and millions of people worldwide remain at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rosetta Stone is offering a new way for people to spend their time.

The education technology software company announced late last month that it is offering  free unlimited language tutoring, according to a press release.

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The tutoring is available for all consumer subscribers through June 30, 2020. To sign up, visit this link. Existing subscribers can log in on their desk top computers by clicking on "Live Tutoring."

“Rosetta Stone tutoring is a fun and excellent way to connect with other learners during quarantine, while at the same time seriously boosting your language learning — learning how to converse in a group setting is a pivotal skill to becoming conversational and comfortable in real-life settings. It is incredibly beneficial to participate in a live session of listening and speaking with a native speaker,” said Matt Hulett, Rosetta Stone president, in a press release.

“With free unlimited tutoring, we aim to give subscribers significantly more value to their language learning while helping alleviate the social isolation so many of us are feeling during this time — I know I am going stir crazy at home and have found that this really helps,” Hulett added.

Rosetta Stone offers virtual tutoring in a small group environment that pairs learners with a native-language instructor. The 25-minute sessions are meant to enhance lessons from the language app. At least two lessons in the first unit of the app are required to be completed to participate in tutoring.

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Although free tutoring is not available to Rosetta Stone for Students subscribers, the company had earlier announced students can access its software for free. Elementary, middle and high school students worldwide can get three months of free language subscriptions, according to a press release.

The offer, which can be found here, is available for parents or guardians of K-12 students who are attend a school building that has been shuttered due to the coronavirus or are homeschooled.

“We want every child to have the opportunity to learn a language while at home, and for parents to take comfort in a free resource that we are happy to make available to students globally,” said Hulett in a press release.

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