If so, what is the difference between the 6, 12, and 24 month subscriptions? I am interested in learning German.
It depends on what you mean by “work”. If your goal is to develop child-like conversational skills then absolutely. And trust me that’s not a diss on the product. Developing foreign language skills is goddamn hard, and if you can even reach the level that you can sit through an episode of foreign language Mister Rogers then you’re well ahead of most.
edit: I want to add more to this. If you’re serious about learning a second language then just take advantage of something free, like Duolingo. At the same time ꜱᴜcκ up your pride and treat yourself like a toddler learning to speak. Read books meant for babies. Watch the German version of Sesame Street. This will get you started. From there I strongly recommend you take a class on your language of choice, and trust me when I say that if you walk in with the communication skills of a four-year-old then you’ll be the most advanced student there.
I can’t stress it enough, take advantage of the ready supply of media on the internet. Don’t watch anything with subtitles. You need to submerse yourself in the culture of the language you’re trying to learn without tainting it by having someone else’s translation there. It would also help if you knew of an area where you could hear German people interact, if only so you can practice.
Unless you are willing to work it would be a waste of your money.Every course has it’s good points but you will need a lot of exposure and usage of the language..Why not use a cheaper course and give it all you have? You are the key to success not the course.
Yes it does work, I used it to learn French and am now mostly fluent. the 6 month subscription will help you learn some german, the 12 month a lot of german and the 24 month pretty much fluent 🙂
It costs money. Why not try Duolingo instead? At least that app is free.