A day’s Christmas shopping in Paris! – Video diary

Shopping in a foreign country is a great way to practise your language skills. Vlogger and budding linguist,  Sandy jumped on the Eurostar and headed to Paris for a full day of French practise in cafes,

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How do language tutor sessions work?

Curious about what it feels like to take an online tutor session with Rosetta Stone? – read about my last German class with Noah.

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Why many people are quitting traditional language learning classes and going online

The language classroom can be a frustrating place. As you walk into your new class for the first time, you know that your happiness hangs on several factors that you cannot control

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Rosetta Stone Native Tutors – Everything you need to know

If you don’t know exactly the right word, you use what you do know to work around the problem and get the point across. It’s better to use the little you know, than to learn a lot and be too scared

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BUILT TO LAST – 25 years of intuitive learning with Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone created the world’s first immersive language learning method, a programme that, from the very start, was about using technology to transport users into real-life learning situations. This

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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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How we Teach: Discover the Rosetta Stone Method.

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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