Khmer Dictionary with Video

Khmer Dictionary with Video


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In Khmer speaking Cambodia, the title 'Lok' is used to address a man and 'Lok Srey' for a woman, followed by the first name or both the first and surname. And at Pretati, we have made the perfect Khmer translation app for you to discover the amazing people and culture of Cambodia. Initially, the Khmer Pretati language app may appear as a light, fun and easy way to learn Khmer, which is perfect, we say! With an onboard Khmer Dictionary to offer ‘snap of a finger’ translation, that is exactly what Khmer Pretati has been designed for. To help the traveller, the businessman, the artist, the scholar or the industrialist in you, find the true, spiritual Cambodian connection, simply by learning to speak the Khmer language. Khmer Pretati is an intuitive language translation app utilizing voice and video lessons to help you make quick work of learning the essential and every day used Khmer words and phrases. The Khmer Pretati language app teaches you over 500 important Khmer phrases and words so that when you are riding the Bamboo Train at Battambang or are soul searching at Angkor Wat, you can express your courtesy and awe in nothing but Khmer!

For each such phrase, there is video of a Khmer native speaker clearly pronouncing every word, so that you can grasp and speak the language, as if it was spoken by someone who knew Khmer all their life. For you to have meaningful conversations, the phrases are grouped into categories for the most common travel situations including Getting Around, Eating & Drinking, Health, Problems, Numbers, Time and Date, Meeting People, Shopping and Money. Khmer Pretati, apart from being a traveller’s best friend can also double up as a great learning tool for those who desire to start learning the basics of a foreign language in an easy, fast and fun way.

The app works completely offline so no need to worry about expensive international data costs or wasting time searching for an open WIFI network. Instead while away some time at the Banteay Srei, the mystic citadel of women dedicated to Shiva!

✓ Over 500 must-know Khmer words and phrases for you to navigate the busy streets or the ancient Buddhist avenues of Cambodia, or simply converse in the Khmer language

✓ High quality VIDEO and AUDIO for every word and phrase recorded by NATIVE CAMBODIAN SPEAKERS

✓ Quick SEARCH of all words and phrases so you don’t have to spend time looking for what you need

✓ Build your FAVORITES list to quickly access the Khmer phrases you want to learn or translate

✓ Audio is optimized for headphones or over your Phone / Tablet speakers

✓ WORKS OFFLINE so you don't need to be connected to the Internet and pay international roaming charges when travelling

✓ SLOW PLAY feature allows you to hear the phrase slowly and clearly to help you get a better grasp of what is being spoken

✓ High definition graphics optimized for retina display

✓ A variety of CATEGORIES for every situation like Getting Around, Eating & Drinking, Health, Problems, Numbers, Time and Date, Meeting People, Shopping and Money – this is the perfect Khmer travel dictionary app around


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Tags: pretati kh lite.

Recently changed in this version

We have made the following updates to the app:
- Completely new interface
- Improved video quality
- Improved search feature
- Slow playback of audio
- and many new features
- plus bug fixes

Comments and ratings for Khmer Dictionary with Video
  • (69 stars)

    by Jason Wagoner on 02/03/2014

    Wish there was more. I really need to learn this language. This is one of the best I've seen available. the Latin translation are hard to read tho. They are spelled different from other sources. And you are teaching a very formal way to talk. Which is not how the ppl I know speak. But that is OK. It's good to know the proper way. But would like to know the common way to use the language as well. A