French in Pictures: Food Free

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    French in Pictures: Food Free

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    French in pictures gives you an opportunity to learn new languages as fast as you were doing it in childhood. As kids we were memorizing hundreds of words without effort. It worked due to strong associative memory and connection between words and sensation.

    We offer you:
    1. To overcome physiological barriers
    2. To learn anywhere anytime in any conditions.
    3. To learn main set of words quick and easy
    4. To memorize foreign words relying not on translation, but on object.

    Multimedia technologies make constant progress giving more opportunities to learn foreign languages. This application contains:
    1. Intuitively understandable interface
    2. Dictionary in a list view and progress for each word
    3. Gesture managed gallery
    4. Study process statistics for each category
    5. Function of word pronunciation in one click
    6. Independency from the internet connection

    Besides that you get:
    1. 6 dictionary categories about food used in everyday life
    2. More than 200 words and images carefully selected by linguists
    3. 2 exercise types for strong association building between object and foreign word

    * There are phones that do not support text-to-speech. We are not to be held reliable in this situations.
    *To check whether your phone has text-to-speech capabilities go to Menu -> Settings -> Voice input & output -> Text-to-speech settings. On models with Android 1.6 go to Menu -> Settings -> Speech synthesis.
    * If Pico TTS engine is not installed, please install it by clicking "Install voice data".

    Tags: free french pictures , pictures french foods , training french language

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    Users comments for French in Pictures: Food Free

    nish akki

    by nish akki

    Jul 27, 2014  |  "Great"

    Pictures to the words does not work anyhow. Apart from that, its cool, can learn correct pronunciation. Its fun.

    Theophilus Ghoststone

    by Theophilus Ghoststone

    Mar 07, 2014  |  "OK"

    I love the concept, but the speaker icon does not work. Listening to the word it's crucial. Please fix.