Rosetta Stone
yesterday at 15:56. Facebook
When you just finished a language lesson, your lunchtime game is on point, and it happens to be a Friday...It's the little things in life
Rosetta Stone
03/22/2017 at 19:29. Facebook
Raise your hand if you've ever come up with the perfect reply too late after leaving a conversation. There's a term for that in French: "L’esprit de l’escalier" (literally meaning staircase wit). We can relate!
Rosetta Stone
03/21/2017 at 16:19. Facebook
Gym, dog, line, commute...don't waste a moment to learn! Whatever you're doing, do more with downloadable audio lessons from the newly upgraded Rosetta Stone. Anytime, anywhere, we've got you covered with hands-free learning—no Wifi required!

How do YOU incorporate language learning into your busy schedule?
Rosetta Stone
03/20/2017 at 20:05. Facebook
The term Equinox translates into "equal night", where the Sun's position during this time brings an equally long day and night.

Is anyone else as excited for Spring as we are?!
Rosetta Stone
03/20/2017 at 13:47. Facebook
Happy Persian New Year! Also known as Nowruz, this holiday celebrates the start of Spring with various traditions. This includes a "Haft-Seen" table where different objects symbolize hopes for the new year. Literally meaning "seven S's" each object on the table begins with the letter S.
To wow your friends at St. Patrick's Day celebrations today—here's all about the word "shamrock." Sláinte!
We’re SUPER excited about this—the newly upgraded Rosetta Stone is here!

It’s so much more than just an app—it’s the only language program you’ll ever need. Check it out for yourself:
Shh….something big is coming TOMORROW! Stay tuned!
Happy Holi to all celebrating around the world! Here's to unity, peace, and love.
BIG news: The new and improved Rosetta Stone is coming and we can't wait to show you! Stay tuned for more!
Happy International Women's Day! Here’s to confident, multilingual women—May we know them, may we raise them, may we be them!
Going on a peaceful walk or thoughtful stroll—a "Spaziergang" in German—is often one of the best ways to unwind and gain fresh perspective. And what better time for a clean start than the beginning of spring? Where is your favorite place to go on a Spaziergang?
The word cappuccino actually has nothing to do with coffee. “Cappuccino” is the diminutive form of cappuccio (“hood”) in Italian. These hooded robes, which were reddish-brown in color, were worn by monks and nuns of the capuchin order. “Capuchin,” which eventually turned into the name of our beloved coffee drink, became a word synonymous for this special color. Consequently, “cappuccino” = ...
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Happy Mardi Gras! Laissez les bons temps rouler / Let the good times roll!
Our new Trumpese program has us bigly excited! #MakeLanguageGreatAgain

This Rosetta Stone Spoof Will Help Anyone Translate Trump
Did you know there are 50,000 characters in the Chinese language? You’ll need to know about 2,000 to read a newspaper. Wow!
Spanish language lessons and National Margarita Day make for a great day
A bit of Tuesday motivation is Portuguese today: While this phrase literally means "to take the horse away from the rain", it actually means "to never give up".
Did you know that of the 45 presidents of the United States, at least half were fluent in another language?! Impressive!
Chinese speakers use an interesting term of endearment: "chen yu luo yan". It's derived from an old Chinese anecdote that means a woman with overwhelming beauty, who makes the fish sink and the wild geese fall. What terms of endearment do you use with your loved ones?