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Rosetta Stone Totale is a pretty cool program. I've been using it to learn some basics - Hebrew and Italian - and its actually been a lot of fun. How much you like Rosetta Stone Totale will depend on what type of learner you are. I was never an exemplary language learner, my talents are more mathematical and analytic, but Rosetta Stone Totale is very much changing that for me currently. It helps... read more

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I lived and taught Italian in the USA for the last 20 years but moved to Bellevue (Seattle) 15 months ago and I am still appalled at the lack of interest for Italy and my beautiful language and culture in this part of the Country! I understand we are closer to Asia than Europe  but beside a good 70% of Asian heritage population who obviously are closer to their own heritage and culture,... read more

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When I was studying abroad in Italy, I was primarily studying art history. I went so that I could see the art that I had been enamored with and inspired by in person. I had no experience speaking Italian, though. Part of my requirement was to take Italian. No biggie, right? I figured I'd learn the basics and enjoy my semester going to to museums. And, everyone told me that a lot of English would... read more

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