Not sure why you are trying to "sell" the product. The price on Amazon (either filled by Amazon or a number of established 3rd party sellers) is in the $39.99 range (shipped).
posted: Dec. 31, 2012 @ 6:43a
Has anyone used this? I'm considering one for a freshman high schooler who is struggling in spanish ... but wonder if it is more geared for a casual tourist. Any advice?
posted: Dec. 31, 2012 @ 8:23a
This product is a dictionary, and is really designed more for someone who is a student.
From the Franklin web site (where it's $99.99):
The Merriam-Webster Speaking Spanish-English Dictionary is loaded with more helpful features than ever before for both English and Spanish language learners.
Translate from English to Spanish or from Spanish to English Includes a comprehensive dictionary with English definitions of English words and the Franklin Thesaurus for English synonyms and antonyms 4,800 pre-programmed traveler's phrases SAT* and TOEFL‡ word lists for students preparing for language proficiency tests USB-connectivity to your PC or Mac enables you to create a personal dictionary of up to 500 entries on your computer and download it to the device. Great if you need occupation-related words or phrases! Features Phonetic Spell Correction (type the word like it sounds) Installed English and Spanish grammar guides and verb conjugations enable you to write or speak with confidence Hear the pronunciation in English or Spanish as needed with the press of a button Port for Headphones (sold separately) so you can listen to your device in private and without disturbing those nearby 5 educational games and 5 skill levels, including: Conjumania, Hangman, Word Auction, Word Blaster and Word Train Organizer capabilities to store up to 100 names, addresses and phone numbers Currency and metric converters and a calculator are programmed on the device Includes local and world clocks Auto-shut off to extend the life of your batteries
sterlingjeanne said: Has anyone used this? I'm considering one for a freshman high schooler who is struggling in spanish ... but wonder if it is more geared for a casual tourist. Any advice?
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