7 Rules for Immersive Language Learning

Immersive language learning is about learning by doing and experiencing. It’s about talking to people, it’s about listening hard and it’s about making the process of learning part of

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Rosetta Stone Updated – Find out all about the new app

To coincide with our 25 year birthday, we have released the very latest version of the world’s favourite immersive learning language system. Discover the new Rosetta Stone.

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What is Blended Learning?

How Rosetta Stone utilises the latest pedagogical principles to deliver maximum efficiency.

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How to find places to practise speaking your new language

If you’re on holiday or living abroad, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to practise with the locals. But how best to get to know the people around you and get them into conversations that

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How to learn Chinese

Chinese grammar is very simple and the structure of sentences is quite simple. This is a great advantage and allows you to focus on the two other parts: speaking and writing.

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Which language should I start learning next?

If you want to learn a language but can’t decide which one to go for then we’ve got some tips to help you make your mind up.

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What is the ROI on your language learning?

Learning a second language requires a substantial investment of both time and passion, but it pays off for those who can commit.Time for a look at the increasing value of languages in a globalised economy

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Separated by war. Reunited through language.

Imagine discovering a family you thought you’d lost forever was alive and looking for you. Mark’s story begins with the word “Brother” and traces his return to a land that he’d spent much

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How to be a linguistic high-flyer

We visited luxury travel blogger and life-long-linguist, Jet-Settera (also known as Barbara Wagner) and quizzed her about her approach to Language Learning. Fluent in 4 different languages, she told how

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How to be a great language tourist – And a better person!

For holidaymakers who want to do more than work on their tans, language learning offers guaranteed satisfaction. It might rain, the attraction you had your heart set on may be closed for refurbishment,

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How to learn a language without translations

Translation is a barrier to effective language learning. It requires a lot of mental energy and repetition to memorise, and it makes us slower and clumsier speakers. Discover the most efficient and enjoyable

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Celebrate King’s day in the Netherlands

The most exciting day in the Dutch calendar is – without a doubt – Koningsdag! Otherwise known as King’s Day, the national holiday celebrates the birthday of King Willem-Alexander with street

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