A solution to those language difficulties
IS YOUR holiday inching ever closer, and are you still planning to sit down and learn conversational French, or perhaps everyday Spanish, or indeed how-to-get-by German? However, should that spare moment to master a new language never present itself, the Franklin Electronic Speaking Global Translator could be just the thing to get you out of a social tight spot while abroad.
This electronic translator speaks words and phrases in a recorded human voice in up to 17 languages, including French, Italian, Chinese (Mandarin) and Russian.
Features include an MP3 Player so you can download and play MP3 files and enjoy music and more, while looking up words and phrases.
It also has an audio player, earbuds and AC adaptor. Prices vary depending on whether you want a 12, 14 or 17 language translator, but an estimate is €120.
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