Share a Christmas Cookie!

Christmas CookieThe countdown has started! Soon, millions of Christmas wishes will be sent to friends and family all over the world. But this year you can also share your wishes via Christmas cookies..

With our special Christmas app, our language learners can share Christmas cookies from around the world with their friends. The famous gingerbread man plays the lead role in our app, but we have dressed him up in 10 different ways to represent 10 different languages.

Meet our 10 gingerbread men below & spread some culture this Christmas!

Did you know…

Gingerbread is very popular in many countries, but the first documented instance of figure-shaped gingerbread-biscuits appearing was in the court of Elizabeth I of England. She had the gingerbread figures made and presented in the likeness of some of her important guests.

Gingerbread became widely available in the 18th century. There are many varieties of gingerbread across different countries. The term gingerbread is often used to translate the French term pain d’épices (literally “spice bread”) or the German term Lebkuchen or Pfefferkuchen (pepperbread, literally: pepper cake).

What are you waiting for? Spread the love with a Christmas Cookie:

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Miriam Melchers

Miriam is Social Media Manager EMEA at Rosetta Stone. She said 'Dag Amsterdam. Hello London!' and moved to the most multicultural city in the world. She speaks Dutch, English, un petit peu Français and thinks German is 'ganz toll'! That's why she's improving her German with Rosetta Stone. She loves languages, but she loves engaging with our learners and fans even more. Follow her on Twitter. TIP: if you want to learn a language too, try a free Rosetta Stone demo.

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