Rosetta Stone coming to Frankfurt

Based on this job ad in Mix am Mittwoch (25 May 2011), I learned Rosetta Stone, the leading language-learning software company, is coming to Frankfurt.

Plans include the opening of a shop in the shopping center MyZeil in Frankfurt by the end of June 2011.

The ad is looking for a full-time shop manager  and a part-time salesclerk. Applications are to be sent to Klara Borsodi at:

Our son has been using Rosetta Stone to learn Japanese and our daughter has started to pick up Spanish. I have only heard good reviews about this language-learning software so far.

Who knows – with Rosetta Stone moving into our lives, my profession as a private teacher might be on its way out. Gradually, that is.

Digital students ask for digital teachers.

International Stammtisch at the English Theatre Frankfurt

If you are in Frankfurt next Monday, Oct 6, 2009,  you might want to pay a visit to the International Stammtisch in the English Theatre in Frankfurt. This is a networking forum which focuses on the international community in the Frankfurt Rhein/Main area.

Frankfurt International School (F.I.S.) is one of the initiators and helps organize the monthly event. In fact, on November 3 our school will be the focus of evening with Ian Gulliford speaking about language learning and F.I.S. students providing the entertainment. The caterer company Aramark has also generously agreed to offer finger food for the event.

Open to everyone.

Edit: It’s free, but prior registration is required. To register for the events, visit Newcomers Network Stammtisch.
For more information about the International Stammtisch series of events, please contact the Newcomers Network at 069-7191-6581

or email:

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