So if you want to add to your linguistic repertoire, you may want to check out Rosetta Stone, which on Wednesday announced new features on their app and web platforms.
For the program's 30 languages, customers can now access features like stories, which allow you to read and record stories for pronunciation feedback through a speech recognition engine.
There are also downloadable audio lessons to go along with a new audio companion that will teach everything from colors and sizes to everyday items and animals.
Finally, there's a new phrasebook, which has an array of quick phrases, greetings, and common expressions you can access and learn while on the go.
Rosetta Stone offers subscription options from $79.49 for three months to $114.79 for 12 months.
Learning a new language is notoriously difficult, but it's always true that practice makes perfect. And no matter what method you use, even giving 15 minutes of your time a day to language learning can result in linguistic success.