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Rosetta Stone
yesterday at 16:58. Facebook
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Rosetta Stone
12/06/2016 at 21:47. Facebook
Ever wondered why ‘Mrs’ is pronounced “missus?” ‘Mrs’ originated as a contraction of the honorific, ‘Mistress,’ which was the feminine form of ‘mister,’ or ‘master.’ In the 17th century, ‘Miss’ began being used for unmarried women, while the 20th century introduced a third unmarried option: ‘Ms.’
Rosetta Stone
12/05/2016 at 19:02. Facebook
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Rosetta Stone
12/05/2016 at 16:10. Facebook
Dzien dobry! Kali mere! Goeie môre! What’s your favorite way of saying “good morning”?
Rosetta Stone
12/04/2016 at 22:59. Facebook
Happy National Cookie Day! The word “cookie” comes from the Dutch word “koek,” meaning cake, and was introduced to English in the 18th century. From biscuits to biscotti, there are now thousands of different types of cookies worldwide. What’s your favorite?
Rosetta Stone
12/02/2016 at 17:37. Facebook
“Say cheese!” We say it all the time, but do you know where this funny phrase comes from? The leading theory is that the "ch" and "ee" sounds in “say cheese” cause one to position one's mouth in a smile-like shape, making it easier to take attractive photos. Most interesting of all: the trick is said to have been originally invented by Franklin Delano Roosevelt!
Rosetta Stone
12/01/2016 at 18:11. Facebook
In New York city, you’ll find surprises around every corner, especially when it comes to culinary treats, such as this popular Japanese snack called “Takoyaki.” What is the most interesting street food you’ve tried?
This Spanish phrase seems appropriate after coming back from a long holiday weekend...
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Today is National Cake Day! There is a long history with the term "cake". The word itself has a Viking origin from the Old Norse word "kaka".
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
As we prepare our Thanksgiving meals, we'd like to hear what foods your family brings to the table! Whether they're culturally centered, a recipe passed down from your great-great-great grandmother, or an off the wall dish - let's hear them!
Today's fun fact has us thinking about all the books we've ever read... Anyone know the answer?
Because nearly every conversation begins with "hello" - Happy World Hello Day!
“Polyglot’ is the name for a person who can speak 3 or more languages. Are you a polyglot? What languages do you speak?
Anyone want to guess what this means? Even trying to say it is putting us in knots!
Striking up conversations with locals to practice your language skills can be so much fun. Have you tried this? We’d love to hear your stories! #GetTalking
For any French learners looking to put your language skills to use, give this phrase a try!
Temperatures may be falling, but it's never too cold for ice cream! We're in the mood for a scoop of fistashkovyy (Russian for pistachio). Yum!