Not an impressive way to learn ANY language...
You may be convinced to buy this program from the persuasive actors on the Rosetta Stone commercial (Michael Phelps, etc) but be VERY sure that you will benefit from this program before you decide to throw away your 200$. I bought the Rosetta Stone Korean (level 1) thinking that it was going to be an awesome way to learn since Korean is very short of learning materials and there is no Korean language classes anywhere in my area... When I got the program in it taught me some of the basic words that it starts off with like... boy, girl, apple, etc... However what makes this program useless is how vague the images get... for example it shows an airplane and a boy and you don't know whether it means "boy is under the airplane" or "airplane is over the boy". Another example is it will show a boy and a dog together and the boys arm is over the dog in a picture and it could mean "boy and dog" or "boy's dog" or maybe something else you never know and there is no translation to help you.
If you are going to buy this program I do not recommend it unless you have a dictionary or someone that knows the language already that will help you through the program. Other than that this program is USELESS.