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iSpeak Japanese Phrasebook (MP3 CD Guide): The Ultimate Audio & Visual…

by Alex Chapin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071492976, Audio CD)

See it. Hear it. Speak it.

Turn your iPod into a portable translator, and put 1,300 Japanese phrases in your pocket.

Go to “Artist”--Choose the theme you want. Go to “Album”--Select your topic within the theme. Select the phrase you want to hear—You will hear the phrase and see it on your iPod screen!

With iSpeak, the language just clicks.

Designed for use with iPod.
Also compatible with Zune and most MP3 players. See manual for details.
Contains one MP3 audio disc and 64-page booklet.
Requires 300MB of free space.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:15 -0400)

iSpeak Japanese audio files, with more than 1,300 Japanese phrases, can be loaded by computer onto iPods or other MP3 players turning the players into Japanese phrasebooks. Users can choose tracks, listen to Japanese phrases, English equivalents and view words and phrases on the screen. iPod users can organize phrases situationally, creating thematic 'playlists', and smart 'playlists'.… (more)

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