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It sounds great...if only it worked!

  • Nov 19, 2009
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In my line of work, it's a great idea to learn another language, and Spanish being the main lingo outside of English in my area, the Instant Immersion program seemed like the ticket.

It may very well be. If it WORKED.

I don't want to stay how many times I put the various DVDs that come with this program in my computer, to bring up a program that did nothing. I looked in the box: no instructions. I went to the developer's website: no useful information. I went to another Immersion-only website: no helpful links.

Now this might be because I have a Macbook, and not a PC. But the program is supposed to be Mac-compatible, so what gives??

I may revise this if and when the developer gets back to me (so far, no replies, and with a program this problematic, that's not a good sign.)

I give this two stars for what it MIGHT be like if I can ever figure out how to make this work, and of course, the bargain price. But it ain't much of a bargain if it doesn't WORK. I'll be glad to revise it if and when.

Meanwhile, Rosetta Stone's looking better and better. Now if it only they'd do something bout the price!

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Instant Immersion uses natural image association techniques to help you learn as easily as you learned your first language. With Instant Immersion, you will have more fun, save money and reach your goals faster ¿ guaranteed! Whether you¿re learning a new language for school, work or your next vacation, Instant Immersion¿s fun and effective exercises, interactive activities and challenging quizzes will help you achieve language fluency in less time than other language systems. You will think, read and speak your new language with ease. Spanish Levels 1, 2 & 3 includes six language learning CD-ROMS and three bonus discs: an interactive DVD, audio for an iPod or MP3 player and the Who is Oscar Lake? game.
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