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141. Movie Talk German: Advanced
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142. Instant Immersion American Sign
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143. A+ Spanish
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144. French Now! 8.0
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145. Berlitz French
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146. Talk Now! Learn Xhosa - Beginning
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147. Japanese Now! 8.0
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148. Talk Now! Learn Maltese - Beginning
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149. Talk Now! Learn Manx - Beginning
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150. Spanish Now! 8.0
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151. Easy Language 61
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152. Asterix - Learn Latin: for Intermediate/Advanced
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153. Vocabulary Builder - Learn Dutch:
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154. Asterix Spanish: for Intermediate/Advanced
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155. Listen 1 and 2 English
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156. Ecoutez 1 French: for Intermediate
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157. Ecoutez 2 French: for Intermediate
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158. Vocabulary Builder - Learn Portuguese:
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159. World Talk - Learn Mandarin: Intermediate
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160. World Talk - Learn Welsh: Intermediate

141. Movie Talk German: Advanced
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142. Instant Immersion American Sign Language
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143. A+ Spanish
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Asin: B00005RD6I
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Transparent Language
Sales Rank: 3801
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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A+ Spanish combines lesson-based learning with Transparent Language's flexible language-learning technology. The structured nature of the lessons lets you build your language skills progressively, while a range of multimedia games and tools facilitates conversational skills and strengthens vocabulary. Each lesson begins in English and is introduced by a video tutor. After completing 15 easy-to-understand lessons, students of A+ Spanish will be able to converse in Spanish at an intermediate level with full command of a range of vocabulary.

Created by educators using tightly integrated lessons that build on what you've already learned, A+ Spanish offers native-speaker sound that lets you learn correct pronunciation from the start. Interactive electronic flashcards and online quizzes monitor your improvement. Games such as Vocabulous!, Unscramble, Plug 'n' Play, and Crosswords help you build vocabulary and grammar skills while having fun. Plus, the program's word and sentence pronunciation and word dictation improves pronunciation and also increases your conversation comprehension. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Softward needs to be upgraded
I like the contents of the A+ Spanish wordwise; however, the mechanics of this program doesn't work to well. In fact before I purchased German Now 9 (I have German Now 8, Spanish Now 8, and A+ German.) the special features ran somewhat, now only the written, the pronunciation and flash cards part of this program works. I have Windows Me. Perhaps if Transparent Language would update like they did with German Now 9, it would work better on the more recent Windows. Depending what computer system you have, I would recommend buying it.

1-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't work
I can't get this CD to work with Windows XP. There's no sound and no video. I tried the technical support on Transparent Language's website but their solution didn't work either.

3-0 out of 5 stars NOT on-line software
This CD will interface with the company's web-site for on-line exams, but it is NOT an on-line program. I did notice that the written alphbet pronounciation guide is different from the pronounciation of the speaker on the CD, noticably for LL, j, g and y. I don't know which is correct, and wonder if there may be other errors. Still, for [the money] you can't really go wrong.

1-0 out of 5 stars On line software
BEWARE.. This is an online software program..If you don't have DSL buy something else.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the way to learn a language
To learn Spanish, "A+ Spanish" is a better program to begin with than the program "Learn Spanish Now", both published by the company Transparent Language. It is better because instead of just memorizing phrases, it taught me the language in a step-by-step way: with words, phrases and short, simple sentences, all accompanied by grammar. Through the grammar that I learned, I am able to create sentences on my own, instead of just spouting memorized phrases, which is what I basically ended up doing in the "Learn Spanish Now" program. Yet, the "Learn Spanish Now" program, which I consider a program for advanced speakers, does comes in handy for me now that I understand Spanish better grammtically thanks to the A+ program. In "A+ Spanish", not all verb tenses are covered, but many of the most important ones are. Sometimes you are referred to a part of the program called "Grammar Basics", which contains a more in-depth coverage of grammar -- this isn't much of a hassle since you can just keep that part open in another window, but my preference would have been to just have all the grammar discussed in the main part of the program. Like "Learn Spanish Now", "A+ Spanish" has many features: a pronunciation guide of the various sounds of Spanish based around the alphabet, a 10,000+ vocabulary, electronic flashcards, optional slow sound so that you can hear pronunciations more easily, conversation practice, on-line quizes, games and other things. All these features give you extra practice and thus enable you to better learn the language. The only thing this program leaves out is some advanced grammar, but considering that the program is intended for beginners I can't blame the programmers too much. All in all it's a very good program. ... Read more


144. French Now! 8.0
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Asin: B00004NHL2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Transparent Language
Sales Rank: 5932
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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Try immersing yourself in French without actually going anywhere. Converse, read, and watch videos in French; listen to and observe native speakers interacting. Features like Advanced Pronunciation Analysis, Word and Root Search, and an assortment of interactive educational games combine to make this a very effective learning tool. ... Read more

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars great program
I started using this program after i learned a little bit of French. This is the best of 3 other ones i tried. It starts out with very small basic talk. Then it takes you into intermediate conversation at the end. maybe it's easier for me because it's my fifth language, but i just ordered two more copies because they make awesome gifts. The only reason i didn't give it V starts was because it only had 4 major conversation (long ones) I wish it had more.

2-0 out of 5 stars Just plain bad for beginners, bad format, and a bad buy!
The format was terrible! You couldn't find anything you were looking for. The games were very difficult, and it does an awful job of giving you vocab words. It would be much better for an advanced french student brushing up on the language, but I would not recommend it!

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay Information Awful Format
I wouldn't recommend this as a beginner's first resource for learning French though it is a nice tool to have once you've gained intermediate skills. It would make a nice supplementary piece but it is by no means a starting point for learning. I would read The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning French as a first step, its very simple and complete. Also, I didn't see $49.95 worth of software in this package, fortunately I got mine on sale & acompanied by a mail-in rebate.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not helpful at all
I returned this item. The voice was awful, and the structure was terrible. I was using XP, so this might be better with an Apple system.

2-0 out of 5 stars User interface needs an update
This program has some useful features (like the voice comparison) but getting around is a pain, and it is difficult or impossible to do some things. It's difficult to tell where to start, switching from word to sentence pronunciation is not possible, and it's impossible to go back to the "previous step" if you accidently click the "next" button twice. The male french speaker was talking at warp 9, and the "slow down" feature just put a lot of static into the voice. ... Read more


145. Berlitz French

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Asin: B00003IEHO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Riverdeep - Learning company
Sales Rank: 7464
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Berlitz Think and Talk French is a computer-based language course that includes the components necessary to support rapid language acquisition and comprehension. The audio portion features native speakers in a variety of real-life situations while covering the essentials of communicating and immersing the learner in the sounds and structure of a foreign language. The course book guides the learning process, offering a step-by-step approach to the written language with interactive exercises to reinforce language instruction and comprehensive support for learning grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. This program will take the absolute beginner to the equivalent of Berlitz Level III, learning approximately four thousand words and seven verb tenses along the way. ... Read more


146. Talk Now! Learn Xhosa - Beginning Level
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Asin: B0000899R4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 6346
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Features

  • Comprehensive interactive language learning; ideal for beginners
  • Easy and hard quizzes, plus a challenging memory game
  • Compare yourself with native speakers; monitor progress
  • Topics include phrases, food, shopping, telling time, and more
  • On-screen help available in over 75 languages; printable dictionary

147. Japanese Now! 8.0
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Asin: B00004NHLF
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Transparent Language
Sales Rank: 5392
Average Customer Review: 1.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Using conversations on QuickTime video combined with sentence-by-sentence and word-by-word translations, this software instantly immerses you in practical situations, such as ordering food or traveling by train--exactly what you need before you head to Tokyo next month, right? Best-suited to students who've already had about one year of Japanese, this CD-ROM applies "authentic language" and "communication gap" exercises--widely used university approaches. In lay speak, this means you will:

  • Watch videos of native Japanese speakers interacting naturally with each other (the acting's not half bad, either)
  • Read printed versions of their dialogs
  • Listen to the dialogs word by word or segment by segment
  • Practice pronouncing dialogs word by word or segment by segment, using the included microphone
  • Apply vocabulary by filling in new words from the dialogs, or in other gamelike activities, such as crossword puzzles
Transparent language successfully uses this model in its other language packages. Its Japanese adaptation is equally successful, with two main differences: Japanese needs better-integrated politeness and gender-specific language practice, and at this level it should print dialogs in kana instead of roomaji. (The separate practice module for the kana is a bit of an afterthought, so pick up a separate kana review, too.)

Overall, this is a unique system that will both entertain and challenge you. Each sentence is given with a full translation, and each word with grammatical details, such as tense, etc. You can slow down videos and recorded speech to hear them better, and you can play back your own pronunciation to compare it with native speakers'. This is painful, we know, but helpful.

Note that you should know at least some Japanese first and be fairly comfortable with concepts like -masu forms and "object particle." Also, the software gives pronunciation feedback with gimmicky graphs that will make sense only if you've studied acoustic phonetics before; nonetheless, the interactive pronunciation and the videos are the most useful features. Caveats: the software works with both Mac OS and Windows, but some extra stuff on the Bonus CD works only with Windows. (This should not at all dissuade Mac users, however.) Also remember that it's rather antisocial to practice conversation only on the computer, so here's a great excuse to sit at the sushi bar. --Erik Macki ... Read more

Reviews (9)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good primer, but you'll need more.
I work for a Japanese company, and I bought this program after a trip to Japan. (I knew I would be going back again, occasionally.) It's slow learning the language with any method. Japanese is quite different than English. But, I was able to get some basic phrases in a short time.

This product probably won't stand on it's own, since the program doesn't directly teach you the grammar. You kind of have to stumble into that in the program, or figure it out on your own. Also, I haven't seen a dictionary or well indexed topics in the program to help you learn specific words quickly... that would have been nice.

The good news is this program does help you get a handle on pronuciation and inflection very quickly. (When I met my Japanese colleagues again later on, they were impressed with my pronunciation - what little I could say.) Click on a word, and it pronounces the word. Click on another icon, it pronounces it slower. Click on yet a different icon, and it'll read the whole sentence. Very cool!

Of course, I'm now looking for more advanced books. I've got some friends at work that help me learn at lunchtime, now. Pretty good deal... I buy them lunch, they help me learn Japanese. ;)

I used this software on a Macintosh G3/350. Hope this helps!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
This program has the worst user interface I've ever seen in my life, and plenty of bugs to go with it.

The video conversations are a great idea but they are poorly executed and there are too few of them anyway.

The rest of the program vaguely resembles a reference guide but it's to cumbersome to be of much practical use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Awful product.
If you speak absolutely no Japanese, this product is not for you. If you speak a little bit of Japanese you would hate this program. This is a horrible way to teach yourself the language and probably wouldn't help beginners at all. DO NOT BUY!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Program - There has to be something better
I bought this CD before my husband and I got stationed in Japan, and thought it would help me to get a little bit of a grasp on the language. It is terrible. I want to be able to learn the language step by step, starting basic and working to intermediate, like you do with any language, but this is impossible. It throws you into the language somewhere in the middle and you have to have a handle on the language before you even begin to work with this program. It advertises that it is great for the beginner, but I think I just wasted my money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good for supplimental use only!
If you are a beginning student, this program can be used as a suppliment to other learning tools. This program will not teach you Japanese by itself! The good points are the video/dialog sections and the word record/playback feature (which I use alot to practice pronunciation). A major drawback is the lack of a good lookup tool to find a specific word in context within a sentence. You are also limited to the words used in each lesson for the interactive practice sections. If you are just curious, this is an affordable way to explore the Japanese language, but if you are a serious student you might consider "Power Japanese" (which I think is changing names to "Complete Japanese"). Konnichi wa! ... Read more


148. Talk Now! Learn Maltese - Beginning Level
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Asin: B0000899QF
Catlog: Software
Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 5980
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Features

  • Comprehensive interactive language learning; ideal for beginners
  • Easy and hard quizzes, plus a challenging memory game
  • Compare yourself with native speakers; monitor progress
  • Topics include phrases, food, shopping, telling time, and more
  • On-screen help available in over 75 languages; printable dictionary

149. Talk Now! Learn Manx - Beginning Level
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Asin: B0000899QH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 8361
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Features

  • Comprehensive interactive language learning; ideal for beginners
  • Easy and hard quizzes, plus a challenging memory game
  • Compare yourself with native speakers; monitor progress
  • Topics include phrases, food, shopping, telling time, and more
  • On-screen help available in over 75 languages; printable dictionary

150. Spanish Now! 8.0
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Asin: B00004NHL1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Transparent Language
Sales Rank: 3519
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Spanish is the most widely spoken of all the Romance languages in termsof the number of speakers and the number of countries that claim Spanishas their official language. Learn Spanish Now! includes four language-learningtitles: Fundamental Spanish (with dialogue practice), Survival Phrases forSpanish (with dialogue practice), Conversations in Spanish (with dialoguepractice and video), and A Spanish Adventure with Andrés (with dialogue practice and video). ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Not Recommended
I do not recommend Spanish Now. First of all, it's not very good for a beginner because it has no good way to build the vocabulary. Other Spanish programs I have tried showed pictures of items and gave the Spanish name for it to help build one's vocabulary. Anything like that is absent from this program. All it does is give a list of sentences and read them to you and, if you're a beginner, you're expected to learn a lot of new words all at once. You can learn words from it, but it is a very boring and tedious way of doing so. Secondly, the program is just stupid. In one section, it gives a list of phrases that you would need to know if you're planning a trip to a Spanish speaking country. Before each set of phrases, it has whole complicated paragraphs that tell about Spanish customs and they're all in Spanish. If a person can read all these paragraphs about customs then they wouldn't need to be learning how to ask the location of a good restaurant or something simple like that. Third, I found the games that this thing has to be pretty boring. Fourth, the company obviously didn't proofread their product very well because it contains errors in the text. Worst of all, it has translational errors. So no matter what level you're at in learning Spanish, I don't recommend this software. As a matter of fact, if you're a beginner and you want to learn the language, don't buy any language software and expect it to be your sole learning source. I've used several Spanish CD-ROMs and none of them alone will teach you much about Spanish. They're only useful when used in conjuction with books, tapes, or other programs. And if you just want to learn enough Spanish to get by, this one will help you but there are far cheaper ones that will teach you just as much. I would recommend QuickStudy Spanish by The Learning Company.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beginers beware
This program is almost like watching spanish television with subtitles. It has the spanish dialog & the english translation to the conversations. This is better though, because you can repeat what you missed, and you can get a word by word translation and prononciation. Sure, the dialoge & translation isn't completely perfect, but I found it to be close. Aside from this, i didn't much care for the rest of the CD (vocabulary exercises, travel tips, conversation practice,etc) . Good if you can already read spanish to some degree. Make sure you read the help section. I don't recemend you start with spanish now though. Instead, take a look at something like Pimsluer's courses.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for most beginners -
I actually have the 7.0 version which I acquired up when 8.0 came out. Can't imagine that the 8.0 version would be any vast improvement unless they've really addressed beginners. Some people, like me, just don't pick up new languages easily and this software was no help. It was not user friendly and definitely was not for beginners. Used it few times and it is now stored with my ever growing pile of relatively useless, overly hyped, software disks. I find it amazing that a field as potentially lucrative as computer guided, at-home, language instruction has so many unfriendly and painful to use products on the market. Good thing I acquired it cheaply, otherwise I would have been much more disappointed. Time to check out another product. Maybe I'll get back to 'Spanish Now' when I learn some Spanish! For now, it's just too tough to use. My computer didn't even like it. As I told my French teachers in high school and my German professors in college: "I don't need immersion, I need guidance and teaching."

1-0 out of 5 stars My experience with Spanish Now!
My experience with this product was not a pleasant one. First, I caught two translational errors and I'm a beginner, so I'm left wondering how many other errors there are that I'm not catching. I e-mailed the company about this and all they did was send me an attachment with just those two errors corrected. They didn't offer me my money back or even offer me so much as an apology. I also had problems with the sound. And I knew it was in the software and not my computer, so I e-mailed the technical department and they didn't even bother to e-mail me back. I e-mailed the company again about the technical department not responding to me and the compnay didn't respond this time either. And it's been about two months since I've e-mailed them. So I would just not recommend this product. Even without the errors, the product still isn't very good.

1-0 out of 5 stars Spanish Now 8.0
I planned to brush up on the Spanish I had not used in 10 years. From the description, this seemed like the proper package. From the time I opened the box I was lost. There are no loading instructions, workbook or guide as to how to use the software. I had to call the manufacturer's 800 number to load it. After that I still had no idea where to start since there were dozens of icons to press. I pressed a few. A video of a conversation appeared. I wasn't sure it it was lesson one or lesson 100. It may be a wonderful program, but I returned it because I had no concept of where to start. ... Read more


151. Easy Language 61
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Asin: B00007LVF8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IMSI
Sales Rank: 6866
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Over 2,100 key words and 360+ useful phrases in each language
  • Unique multilingual translator lets you choose your native language
  • Explore thousands of words in dozens of categories
  • Explore the written words and characters of non-romance languages
  • Put your knowledge to the test at the end of each section

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1-0 out of 5 stars Major disappointment
I had a previous version of Easy Language, with only four languages on it. Unfortunately, the software and Windows XP don't get along, so I ordered the newest edition of Easy Language. I was looking forward to the same level of quality. Boy, was I wrong. Sure, there's 61 languages. And the sound quality is so bad, you can't understand a word that's being said. For all I know, they're only using one language, and I just can't tell the difference. Graphics- poor. Ease of use- poor. No nice little tutorial to show you how to use the CD. No Pip. Appearence- elementary. The wallpaper reminds me of when I first tried to teach myself HTML. Big disappointment. I recommend- DO NOT BUY.

2-0 out of 5 stars it does not work
The quality of this '61 language' CD is pathetic.
There is very little information per language and there
is no way you will learn anything from this. ... Read more


152. Asterix - Learn Latin: for Intermediate/Advanced Learners
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Asin: B0000899UM
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 6425
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars This is useless
I bought this to help my son who is having trouble in Latin at school, although I was a little skeptical of the title "Talk Now." I should have trusted my reservations. This is just a cheaply created imitation of language immersion programs; the first two practice phrases include the words "beer" and "telephone." No grammar; no conjugations or declensions; no vocabulary lists. This is of NO use to a Latin student; I can't imagine who it could be used by. Even spoken Latin is primarily liturgical. ... Read more


153. Vocabulary Builder - Learn Dutch: for Children 4 & up
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Asin: B0000899V0
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154. Asterix Spanish: for Intermediate/Advanced Learners
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Asin: B0000899UK
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 6883
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A whole new way to learn spanish!
This program takes spanish language learning software to a whole new level. Advanced spanish is an appropriate title for this program since It literally immerses you in the language with an actual spanish soap opera episode. You can practice in a number of ways, as well as take quizzes. Some of the activities include a visually based vocabulary program. In this area of the software the program shows you a still from the movie with an object circled and you name the word in spanish. Others include listening for the missing word in a conversation- harder than it sounds. You can watch the movie with and without spanish subtitles so you can follow along with the script or try to watch it without. Some minor- very minor- technical glitches not really affecting the operation of the program or use of it prevent me from giving this a full 5 stars. But a really great, well rounded buy! ... Read more


155. Listen 1 and 2 English
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Asin: B0000899UW
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Publisher: EuroTalk
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156. Ecoutez 1 French: for Intermediate Learners
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Asin: B0000899UU
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 2604
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Parlez-vous fran├žais?
This interactive learning experience is fun, colorful and very humorous! It makes learning enjoyable! The only drawback to this program is that it is quite difficult to understand at first. You need to have substantial knowledge of French to be able to catch on to the process; luckily there is an English translation to everything so that you can figure it out. Overall I found Asterix to be a good learning tool in my ongoing effort to learn French. ... Read more


157. Ecoutez 2 French: for Intermediate Learners
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Asin: B0000899UV
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 8751
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Parlez-vous fran├žais?
This interactive learning experience is fun, colorful and very humorous! It makes learning enjoyable! The only drawback to this program is that it is quite difficult to understand at first. You need to have substantial knowledge of French to be able to catch on to the process; luckily there is an English translation to everything so that you can figure it out. Overall I found Asterix to be a good learning tool in my ongoing effort to learn French. ... Read more


158. Vocabulary Builder - Learn Portuguese: for Children 4 & up
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 8299
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159. World Talk - Learn Mandarin: Intermediate Level
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 5221
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160. World Talk - Learn Welsh: Intermediate Level
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Asin: B0000899U6
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Publisher: EuroTalk
Sales Rank: 7831
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