Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Rosetta Stone: Twitter Challenge, Irish Demo, Facebook App!

Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig, language enthusiasts! If you aren’t sure what that means, we happen to know a great way you can find out by day’s end on March 17. We’re planning a trio of activities for St. Patrick’s Day that will definitely get you into the luck-o’-the-Irish spirit and pique your interest in the language of Éire!

Rosetta Stone St. Patrick’s Day Twitter Challenge

On Twitter, we’re celebrating St. Paddy through our St. Patrick’s Day Twitter Trivia Challenge. Enter the challenge to test your knowledge of St. Patrick’s Day, and, if you’re a winner, you’ll score a few goodies along the way! boyinhat

To participate, sign up or go to your personal Twitter account and then navigate to Rosetta Stone on Twitter. Remember to read the official terms for more details. To observe the challenge, you can visit us on Twitter or search for the hashtag #RStrivia on Twitter.com.

Online Rosetta Stone Irish Demo

Explore the Irish language—and perhaps even learn a few words—through our online demo of Rosetta Stone Irish. The free demo is available to any who want to take a peek inside our Irish products!

Rosetta Stone St. Patrick’s Day Facebook App

Need a way to alert others on Facebook to your love of all things Irish? Using our Rosetta Stone St. Patrick’s Day Facebook App you can do just that! Send your friends an Irish greeting and gift they’ll treasure on their Facebook walls. There’s also a catchy tune to provide theme music for your Irish app adventure.

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We hope you enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day with Rosetta Stone, and we look forward to even more celebrations in the future!

***Update: The Twitter Trivia Challenge is now over. Ten winners have been chosen and contacted. Thanks to all for participating and stay tuned for the next celebration on Twitter. Click for a complete list of questions and winners of the Challenge.***

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