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Mysteries of Ancient Language: Egyptian Edition

Some of the boys in 2JT have been investigating ancient languages.  Today we had a really interesting discussion about the Rosetta Stone.  “What is that?” you might ask.  224 more words



My French has been coming along all right. On a scale of American (no French) to French (fluent), I’m at about a “American who has spent one month cumulatively in France.” Aside from summers in India when I was a kid, I haven’t experienced immersion before but it is definitely all they say it’s cracked up to be. 1,060 more words

Voyage En France

Under New Management

My first introduction to languages was in the early 90′s and I was approached by my cousin Nicole to take a Spanish course at a high school in her area.   1,142 more words


Whistle while you swim

In wishful whistling news, a woman heard her own voice coming from a computer and decided it was a dolphin talking to her.

In August 2013, Denise Herzing was swimming in the Carribean when she heard a dolphin say “Ack ack ack squeeee”.  617 more words


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We just released a new video that gives educators a true sense of how Rosetta Stone can revolutionize your language-learning programs.

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Even London Bridge Has Fallen Down; Now I Know Why

When I was working in Basra, my gig allowed two weeks R&R every two months or so. Sounds like a deal, eh? Well, yes it was. 658 more words


Global Antiquity: Rosetta Stone

Thankful for being given the opportunity to publicly present at NCUR this past weekend on the importance of shared culture, globalization, a world heritage.

“it is our duty to preserve, infuse, and allow access to all components that define our societies and the societies of our neighbors.”