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Ispeak Russian Phrasebook (MP3 Disc + Guide): See+ Hear 1,200 Travel Phrases on Your Ipod [with Book] (Ispeak Audio Phrasebook)by Alex Chapin
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See it. Hear it. Speak it.
Put 1,400 Russian phrases in your pocket, and enjoy your travel experience without getting lost in translation.
Missed it? Just click and repeat the track as many times as you need! Or create your own playlist to keep favorite phrases handy.
With iSpeak, you're in control!
For use on your: iPod • iPod nano • iPhone • Zune
Screen images will vary among iPod models.
Contains one MP3 audio disc and 16-page booklet.
Requires 300MB of free space.
iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
Zune is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation, Inc., in the United States and other countries.
It's like having a personal translator by your side!
The ultimate in portability and convenience, iSpeak Russian Phrasebook provides you with instant access to just the right word or phrase for virtually any situation. With iSpeak Russian Phrasebook downloaded into your iPod, you can make yourself understood quickly and confidently. That's because with iSpeak, you both see and hear hundreds of words and phrases as they are spoken by native speakers. And if you miss it, you can just click and repeat as many times as you need. With iSpeak, you are in control. Want to buy an airplane ticket in Moscow? No problem: iSpeak Russian Phrasebook gets you to the correct category, subcategory, and phrase--instantly!
About the Author
Alex Chapin is an educational technologist at Middlebury College specializing in technologies for second language acquisition. Currently he has been collaborating in CodeLab in development of a number of open source curricular systems including the Segue Collaborative Learning System and systems for managing digital assets, assessments and knowledge bases as well as a standards-based framework and architecture for building database-driven web applications known as Harmoni. He has received a grant from the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) that supports some of this work. He is the multimedia designer of "Fluent Tibetan: The Vocabulary and Dialogues," a CD-ROM for learning Tibetan.
Table of Contents
01 Conversation02 Travel03 Accommodations04 Food05 Services / Shopping06 Entertainment07 Reference
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