Description: LingvoSoft Language Teacher 2008 for Pocket PC is the prefect solution for those too busy to attend regular language classes or needing extra help with their studies. Like having your own personal tutor, it provides an interactive and intuitive way to build your language skills and begin speaking in no time at all. Including four easy to navigate sections that focus on the most important areas of every language, it provides the perfect basis for all you future language studies.
Each of the four sections in the Language Teacher use state-of-the-art speech recognition and voice output technology so it shows exactly how to pronounce everything from beginning to end. The Alphabet section helps users to learn letters and their pronunciation, as well as samples words with corresponding pictures, offering an enjoyable and effective letter-learning game. The Words section provides 100 of the most commonly used words presented in a Picture Dictionary format that lets you choose the words you need most from full-color pictures. Having learned every four words, there will be a test to make sure you'll never forget them. In the Phrases section, you'll learn how to construct the most frequently used phrases in the language of your choice. You are offered a set of phrases with different variations so you can train your pronunciation and understanding with all the modifications. In the final Dialogues section you'll hear a set of everyday conversations and act as one of the participants while your pronunciation is evaluated and graded. It's fast and easy way to get used to conversing in another language.
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