The smart solution for learning languages on any desktop or laptop PC that features more than 14,000 phrases covering all common situations.
LingvoSoft Learning PhraseBook makes learning another language is easier than ever.
Description: The smart solution for learning languages on any desktop or laptop PC that features more than 14,000 phrases covering all common situations.
LingvoSoft Learning PhraseBook makes learning another language is easier than ever. By providing instant translations of the phrases you need most it replaces old-fashioned paper based resources to making learning more effective.
The PhraseBook is a component of LingvoSoft Suite, which also combines a Dictionary and the FlashCards learning application. As part of the Suite, it delivers an unsurpassed level of integration across the entire platform.
With 15 easily navigated topic-areas, the PhraseBook offers a choice of 5 display languages, advanced speech recognition for hands-free navigation, and a responsive virtual keyboard. Complete integration with LingvoSoft FlashCards 2008 and Dictionary 2008 applications lets you continuously expand PhraseBook functionality.
Everyday Conversation, Traveling, Local transport, Driving, Hotel, Restaurant, Shopping, Post Office, Telephone, Bank, Sightseeing, Health, Beauty salon, Sport, Housekeeper
LingvoSoft PhraseBook 2008 for Windows features:
14,000 indispensable phrases in 15 topic areas with several options per phrase
English Grammar and language information included for about 40 languages
Advanced Speech Recognition for navigation and learning game
Customizable interface with choice of display language and installation options
Quick search by first letters of key words
Superior keyboard layout for better language specific character input
The ‘All topics’ section displays every single phrase contained in the PhraseBook
Complete integration between all LingvoSoft Suite components including Dictionary, FlashCards, PhraseBook, Picture Dictionary, ML-11 Travel Dictionary, and Text Translator.
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