I am planning a trip to France for May of 2013. I took Spanish in high school and college, and brushed up on Italian basics before a few trips to Italy. French is totally foreign to me and I would like to study enough to make some effort to communicate in the time I am there. Does anyone have any recommendations on Rosetta Stone vs another foreign language learning tool? It seems expensive but if it's worth the cost and interesting, I'll invest in it.
Is Rosetta Stone worth the cost for upcoming trip to France?
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