Remember how it seemed that, coming up through school, everybody found a hobby-turned-passion? There was the girl who played the violin so well Stradivarius himself would’ve been proud. Another…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 am 13 years old and I knew a pretty good amount of Spanish before I bought Rosetta Stone. I had used many different types of learning before. I…Read More
I can now, not only understand my patients when they tell me their (sometimes quite convoluted) stories of their symptoms, but I can ask questions about the past, the…Read More
I felt that learning French would be a daunting task as I had no background with the language, and I didn’t understand a single word. Nevertheless, when my
The last time I was in Paris, I met a French Nobel laureate. We had a long discussion about how language influences the way we think. One question we…Read More