iSpeak Europe Phrasebook: See + Hear 1,800 Travel Phrases on Your iPod (Anglais) Broché – Super Audio CD, 1 mars 2009
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Language has no borders with this innovative product for your iPod!
The ultimate in portability and convenience, iSpeakEurope Phrasebook provides you with instant access tojust the right word or phrase for virtually any situationin six European languages—Spanish, Greek, Italian,French, German, and Portuguese. With iSpeak EuropePhrasebook downloaded into your iPod, you canmake yourself understood quickly and confidently asyou tour Western Europe. That’s because with iSpeak,you both see and hear hundreds of words andphrases as they are spoken by native speakers. And ifyou miss it, you can just click and repeat as manytimes as you need. With iSpeak, you are incontrol. Want to buy an airplane ticket in Athens?Order a leite-crème in Lisbon? No problem: iSpeakEurope Phrasebook gets you to the correct category,subcategory, and phrase--instantly!
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First of all there may be 1800 "phrases" total, but there are only about 300 in each language. And many of the phrases are copies of the same recording placed in two different categories. For example, you get two recordings of "I would like", one in Tickets, and one in Telephone and Internet.
Many of the phrases are sentence fragments, so you are never going to learn French by using them as material for memorization as you would with a Pimsleur program ("I would like...). And many of the phrases are only recordings of single words ("yes", "yesterday", etc.). There are actually only perhaps 20 or 30 recordings of whole sentences in each language, and they are very simple, basic, and would not teach you grammar or sentence structure if you bothered to memorize them ("It's not working", "I'm a vegetarian").
There is a real need for a product which would allow you to expand the 500 word vocabulary you get from a Pimsleur program to the thousands of words needed for fluency. This could have been it, if they had just recorded the 2000 sentences one would learn in a typical college or high school course instead of this mess.
Not worth $3. Simon and Schuster thou are not.