Lesson Transcript

Gabriella: Want to learn must-know practical words with real life examples? This app will teach you in 33 languages!
Gabriella: Welcome to Innovative Language.com Sunday News! I'm Gabriella and I'll be hosting today's Sunday news with the founder of Innovative Language... Peter!
Peter: Hi everyone! Peter here.
Gabriella: In this Sunday News, we’re talking about Visual Dictionary App for the iPhone, iPad and our newest Japanese iBook.
Peter: Listeners, that’s 33 languages inside this app.
Gabriella: Choose one... two.. three.. or all thirty three. Either way, you get them all.
Peter: They’re all yours listeners. And guess what, this app is Free.
Gabriella: But if you don’t know about Visual Dictionary or how it helps you master vocab in real-life situations...
Peter: Here’s a quick explanation about this vocabulary building app, listeners!
Gabriella: You learn practical vocabulary though real life context.
Peter: So, imagine this... city streets, supermarkets, hospitals, train stations, schools...
Gabriella: You explore these scenarios on your iphone or ipad and learn over 100 practical words per language.
Peter: So you’re actually zooming through these places and tapping on words of objects
Gabriella: If you’re exploring a city, you’ll see words for “road” “bank” “subway station” “coffee shop” and other things!
Peter: Just tap on the words and you’ll get their meaning.
Gabriella: You get the translation, the audio pronunciation and sample sentences
Peter: You can also save words to your wordbank for later review too!
Gabriella: Now, when you get this app, you get to choose a language right?
Peter: Right Gabriella. You can try out all the languages you want through the app for free.
Gabriella: And if you’re wondering what the 33 languages are...
Peter: ... we’ve covered everything from Bulgarian to Japanese to Vietnamese...but we won’t bore you by listing them all off now.
Gabriella: Find out exactly which languages are available on the App’s iTunes Page. Chances are, the language you’re looking for is there!
Peter: Click on the link in the lesson description to learn more on iTunes
Gabriella: So Peter, right now the App is at 104 words per language.
Peter: Yes, that’s over 3,400 words total that you get for free. And each one has 3 real life scenarios.
Gabriella: That’s a tremendous amount. But what if the listeners want more words and scenarios?
Peter: You can easily upgrade to all 550+ words and 26 scenarios for each language.
Gabriella: Just unlock an entire language with a $9.99 in-app upgrade
Peter: And listeners... if you want all 33 languages with over 18,000 words unlocked for one price...
Gabriella: Make sure you check out Visual Dictionary Pro. That’s the complete app and it’s available on iTunes for $39.99
Peter: The links to both the free and the complete versions are in the lesson description.
Gabriella: Now, onto the second piece of news, Japanese PhrasePower for the iPad
Peter: If you’re learning Japanese...
Gabriella: Or if you’re keen on starting right now, you’ll definitely be learning phrases first
Peter: That’s because phrases are easy and they get you speaking Japanese right now.
Gabriella: So, PhrasePower is our brand new phrase-based iBook with over 700 essential Japanese phrases to get you through the beginner stages of the language or a trip to Japan.
Peter: That’s a HUGE headstart on Japanese without the pain of learning grammar
Gabriella: You’ll learn phrases for basic conversation, greetings, social situations, ordering food, getting around Japan, shopping and so much more
Peter: And not only do you read the words but you also hear how the phrase is said by real native speakers.
Gabriella: This is perfect for beginners and travelers that need just the essential phrases
Peter: Listeners, If you want to get a free sample, the iBook link is in the lesson description. If you like what you see, simply purchase the book to download the rest!
Gabriella: Click on it to launch iTunes
Peter: And be sure to test drive the brand new Visual Dictionary App as well!
Gabriella: And that’s all we've got time for– You’ve been listening to Innovative Language.com Sunday News!
Peter: Bye everyone!
Gabriella: Thank you for listening, and we’ll see you all next time.