When you learn Spanish with Rosetta Stone, context clues help you relate words to pictures, reinforcing the nuances of each verb form. No matter which scenario you choose, Rosetta Stone will help you reach your Spanish learning goals and speak with confidence from the very first lesson. With each Rosetta Stone lesson, you’ll learn new vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation in a carefully structured and dynamic immersive environment. Maddie is the education editor at IXL, an affiliated brand of Rosetta Stone. If you’ve fallen in love with Spanish, you’re not the only one! More than 500 million people around the world speak Spanish. When you learn a language, you want to be able to talk about what people are doing. Now that you are familiar with the basics, you can think about what you want your language learning journey to be. 1999-2020 Rosetta Stone Ltd If you want to learn Spanish but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. In Spanish, most verbs end in three letters “ar,” “er,” and “ir.” You will learn through dynamic immersion, not repetition, and improve your pronunciation step by step. From food to furniture, from sports to nature, there are many related words — words that sound and mean the same thing in two languages.