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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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Pardon My French!

While working on my seven-week internship in Grenoble, France, this winter, I lived with my older sister, Albena, and her boyfriend, Henri. He and I had some interesting language clashes.…

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Chatting in Vietnamese

Stephanie Sackman is learning Vietnamese to communicate with her daughter’s birth family. You can read her latest post here, and see her blogging history here. About a week ago, I was…

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A Fork in the Road

After six months in Berlin solving math problems, dancing in underground techno clubs, and learning German, I’m back in New York City. I’ve been here a couple of months now,…

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Moving Beyond “Where is the Bathroom?”

I’ve traveled internationally a fair bit, and I’ve long thought that, at the very least, there are seven words/phrases you should know how to say in the language of your…

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Chiles and Chapulines

I love gastronomy. Good eating is an obsession of mine, and I’ll freely admit that at times I transcend mere foodie-ness and dabble in food snobbery. As such, I find…

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Globetrotting in my Backyard

All my life I’ve wanted to become conversant in another language. Finally, at the age of 58, I’m about to jump in headfirst and see what happens. This is not…

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