Everyday Phrases English-German
Developer: Jens Busch
Current Version: 1.91
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Download Size: 8.8 MB - Download
- learn more than 800 senctences in your target language
- learn the pronunciation with native speakers
- see easily your scores
- learn the spelling
- switch the languages between questions and answers
- learn in both directions
It contains more than 800 of the most common daily phrases in one of the most advanced E-learning environments.
Those phrases are very useful for daily conversations and chats .
Learn like a professional, improve daily, and have fun at it.
jbvTeacher is the E-Learning software for Apple Computers. E-learning refers to the use of electronic media, information, and communication technologies in education.
It contains not only a computer-based training (CBT) but also provides a multimedia learning, technology-enhanced learning (TEL) experience.
E-learning includes numerous types of media that deliver content in text, audio, images and various other ways.
JbvTeacher gives you text and auditive content which allows you not only to learn very efficient but also improve you listening skills and gives you way more success, fun, and excitement while working on your classes.
Especially designed for language classes, it will improve your long time success. Several settings allow you to adjust the learning procedures
fitting your requirements. The software uses the state of the art speech synthesizer from Apple.
With additional available voices from Apple you can customize your learning program even farther to speak your language. This will come very handy and helpful not only with language learning classes. One of the main features is that you can configure different voices for questions and answers. Therefor the pronunciation will always be perfect and you can enjoy the task of learning.
More Reviews for Current Version
Not helpful for casual traveler - More for classroom exam type lessons, not for looking up German phrases. Uses the Mac’s voice synthesizer, so the German pronunciation is questionable.