My husband is German, but despite his blond hair and blue eyes, you wouldn’t know it. There is only one thing that will turn his whats into vats: visits…Read More
Travel along as language learners share tales of far-flung adventures.
by Rosetta Stone Storyteller Friday, August 19, 2011
The following is an unedited testimonial from a real Rosetta Stone learner.
Like most English speaking Canadians, I learned nothing of any value in my elementary school French classes, and I quit as soon as I could in high school. …
I recently had a unique opportunity to travel to China with fourth and sixth grade students from the elementary school in which I teach. The students were learning Chinese…Read More
Taking another plunge, this past week I threw myself into trying to read “real” Swedish poetry again. By “real,” I mean poems that were written in Swedish by native…Read More
The following excerpt is written by high school student and linguistics enthusiast Xavier. He has a deep interest in language learning and discusses why it is so…Read More
Dominic Balbed is a first year student at Georgia State University studying applied linguistics.
Learning more about the vast universe of languages is important to me for a multitude of…Read More