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Friends and Neighbours

Growing up bilingual, I was aware from a young age of “false friends.” Not the kind who borrow money and never pay you back, but words that look or sound…

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I Can Now Understand My In-laws! Well, Their Language at Least…

I was really surprised how easy learning another language was. I took a couple years of Spanish in college, but never really got very far with it. It wasn’t until…

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A Note of Appreciation

I’d like to express my thanks to the countless individuals—both locally hired and volunteers—who provided invaluable help in designing and constructing the Makuya Empowered Voices Resource Center. In particular, appreciation…

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Project Goals at HaMakuya

After my second visit to HaMakuya, I knew I needed a third. Reflecting on my experiences with Tshulu Trust, a local anti-poverty initiative, I formed a plan to establish an…

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Was Able to Get the Most of My Student Exchange in Germany!

I had seen many advertisements for Rosetta Stone and when I decided that I wanted to be an exchange student in Germany, I decided to give Rosetta Stone a shot.…

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Rosetta Stone Game Jam 2011

The Second Annual Rosetta Stone Game Jam kicks off this Friday, January 7, at 9:00 p.m. at our Harrisonburg, Virginia, office. Game developers from all over the United States will…

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Question Cabin Wednesdays: What Did The Proto-Languages Sound Like?

Have you ever wondered what the ancestor languages to some modern languages might have sounded like? Linguist Mark Riggleman, Writer in Language Content at Rosetta Stone, addresses this topic as…

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