Learn 25 languages with this lifetime subscription to Rosetta Stone from Mashable

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TL;DR: As of February 3, get all Rosetta Stone languages for life plus lifetime access to StackSkills courses for $169.97 with code ROSETTA.

Your special someone might be fluent in the language of love, but that may just be for you to hear. For talking to practically everyone else in the world, they’ll have to study up, and Rosetta Stone may be the place to do it. With beginner to expert lessons for 25 different languages, Rosetta Stone is a fun, adaptable way to learn a new language, and you can get it for life for only $169.97. And it comes with lifetime access to StackSkills, another online learning platform for cultivating all sorts of cool and useful skills. 

Language lessons and skill topics for all levels

There’s more than one way to learn a language, so Rosetta Stone gives learners options. Users can try out their pronunciation with advanced speech-recognition technology that gives live feedback. Or they can brush up on their vocabulary with reading, writing, and listening exercises. 

This subscription lasts for life, which means your Valentine can take all the time they want to learn a new language, or a few new ones. There are 25 total, including Spanish, French, Italian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Filipino, Japanese, Swedish, and so many more. 

If your loved one needs a break from language lessons, they could check out a new class from StackSkills. There are already over 1,000 on everything from management techniques to coding to digital art, or even guitar. And they’ll have lifetime access to this ever-growing catalog of courses. 

For someone you love who loves learning

Give a lifetime of language lessons and new skills and hobbies. 

Until February 4 at 11:59 p.m. PT, get the Unlimited Lifetime Learning Bundle with Rosetta Stone and StackSkills on sale for $169.97 with code ROSETTA

StackSocial prices subject to change. 

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