Correction: Language software reviewBy AP
Friday, August 6, 2010
Correction: Language software review
MANAROLA, Italy — In a July 21 review of software for learning a foreign language, The Associated Press erroneously said Rosetta Stone Ltd.’s Totale program offered language exercises after each lesson. Although scored activities are offered throughout each lesson, the lessons themselves don’t end with exercises.
The review also erroneously said that the software required the student to memorize sentences and that it failed to introduce grammatical rules. Rosetta Stone spokesman Reilly Brennan said the program does introduce and teach grammar, and there is no memorization component to the program.
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