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A Very Important Task: Dr. Edna MacLean and Rosetta Stone Help Preserve the Iñupiaq Language

Rosetta Stone Iñupiaq (North Slope) Levels 1–3 are scheduled for release later this year. For two years, the tireless staff of the Rosetta Stone Endangered Language Program have been working…

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Everyday Essentials and Summer Study

My Rosetta Stone Chinese lessons proved extremely valuable a few days ago. My son—smack in the middle of his terrible twos—thought it was pretty funny that he had flushed baby wipes…

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Chinese Level 3: Nailed it!

Well, I’ve finished Chinese Level 3. The capstone is in place, the race has been run, and now I speak fluent Mandarin, right? Well, not quite—although, looking back, I feel…

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Ordering Italian Food in Italian

At some point over the Atlantic Ocean, on the way to Italy, virtually everything I learned from Rosetta Stone seemed to disappear from my head. Part of the reason for…

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Learning a Fifth Language

For an hour, I forgot I was in America. For an hour, I forgot the languages I knew: Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, and English. For an hour, I forgot I was…

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The Old Mass, the New Sales

San Secondo d’Asti Catholic Church in Guasti, California, is one of the few churches to celebrate the old Tridentine Latin Mass. Not only is this extraordinary form still celebrated at…

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My Adventures in Argentina: Real Rosetta Stone Results

If only time would slow down just a little. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to want to cooperate. My original plan that my husband and I would complete all the Rosetta…

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