Rate Your Priorities for a Rosetta Stone Special Offer at the French Property Show
2010 September, 29
The French Property Show 2010 takes place the same weekend as European Day of Languages so Rosetta Stone is offering up to £60 off CD-ROM sets to encourage show visitors to make a language-learning commitment.
To qualify for the special offer, visitors to stand number 69 on September 24th-26th will be asked to rate the following from 1-5, (1 being least important and 5 being most important), when planning a move to France:
|Finding the ideal home|
|Being near other English families|
|Being able to travel back to England often|
|Finding a secluded village and fully immersing in everything French|
The exclusive offer for visitors ordering Rosetta Stone CD-ROMs at the French Property Show, Olympia, London, is:
- Save £60 on Level 1-5 box sets
- Save £40 on Level 1-3 box sets
- Save £15 on Level 1 box sets
- Free delivery in the UK and Ireland
Sylke Riester, Managing Director, Europe, for Rosetta Stone: "There is no better time to commit to learning French than September 26th - European Day of Languages 2010.
"Everybody has different priorities when moving abroad, but most expats agree it can be a more enjoyable transition when you understand the language. Learning French in anticipation of a move can be as interesting and enjoyable as the conversations you'll have once you are there, you just have to have the right language-learning tools to help you start your journey."
Rosetta Stone is at the cutting edge of language learning, offering a program that taps into the innate capacity we all have to acquire new languages.
More information can be found at www.RosettaStone.co.uk
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About Rosetta Stone UK
Acclaimed for the speed, power and effectiveness of its Dynamic Immersion™ method, Rosetta Stone is a revolutionary language learning software program.
Rosetta Stone was founded in 1992 on two core beliefs: that the natural way people learn languages as children remains the most successful method for learning new languages; and that interactive CD-ROM and online technology can recreate the immersion method powerfully for learners of any age. Rosetta Stone (UK) Limited, a subsidiary of Rosetta Stone Inc., is based in London.
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