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DescriptionABBYY PhraseBooks is a mobile illustrated phrasebook for tourists that will help you to speak and understand Spanish, German, Italian, French and Russian.
• Exercises for learning any phrase and expression from the phrasebook
• Morphological search of phrases in a few seconds
• Native speaker audio and transcription to facilitate the pronunciation of foreign words
• Stylish illustrations for each phrase – 100% reason to smile and cheer up!
• Interactive landscape mode to show the phrases to the other person while communicating
• 11 most common topics: "Health," "Transport," "Hotel," "Shopping," "Leisure," "In the City," and others
• Additional shorter dictionary of "Useful Words" for each topic;
All phrasebook content compiled in 2012/2013 by ABBYY's professional lexicographers. Phrases and expressions reflect contemporary realities – with ABBYY PhraseBooks you can rent a snowboard, find out which is the most popular nightclub in town, find the nearest free Wi-Fi hotspot, prepare a tax-free check and do much more.
The phrasebook vocabulary is constantly updated with new languages and phrases. Get involved in developing the app and share your favorite phrases with PhraseBooks users.
The app does not require an Internet connection, so you can find the right phrases and memorize them anywhere, such as on an airplane, or in a hotel or restaurant.
The app is compatible with all iPhone models (starting from 3GS) and iPod 4G and 5G, and also works on iPad (in compatibility mode). Requires iOS 5.0 or higher.
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What's New in Version 2.2• Ability to select any combination of listed languages, such English–Italian or German–French
• A new "Learn audibly" exercise that allows you to improve your perception of foreign speech sounds
• Ability to mark correct and incorrect answers and view the results at the end of the exercise