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 speakers…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 …
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 important to him…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
I’m on business quite frequently and happened to glance to the person across the aisle from me who was using Rosetta Stone interactive tutorial during the flight. We are in…Read More
I lived in Panama for 18 years. I was born there and left in 1973. When living in Panama most people were bilingual – English and Spanish. So I really…Read More