The Quick-Talk Phrasebook provides just the help you need, just when you need it. In a flash, you can choose a phrase in any of five languages, see its translation into any of the others, and hear the translation spoken out loud through your phone’s speaker or earphone. Simply echo what you hear to express yourself with confidence, even if you haven't spoken the language before.
Quick-Talk is based on a core of over 2,000 common expressions linked to the situations you're most likely to experience as a business traveler or tourist in the many places around the globe where these languages are spoken. The phrases are worded for simplicity and ease of pronunciation. The expressions in each language were developed by professional teams of native speakers. Their translations are based on the mainstream conversational language as it’s spoken today. The audio recordings are, insofar as possible, faithful to recognized standards of pronunciation.
Quick-Talk versus other popular language learning programs
|Free of charge?|
|Content optimized for travelers?|
|Operates independently of the web?|
|Text and speech authenticated by a leading national translation firm?|
|Instant access to more than 2000 words and phrases in 5 parallel languages?|
*Free* versions of the Quick-Talk Phrasebook app are available now for both Android and iPhone devices. The trial version is identical to the full version except that it’s limited to just 5% of the full content. The special introductory price for the full version is $21.99.
Arthur Granville, President of Quick-Talk, holds a PhD in Educational research methodology from the University of California. He speaks French, Mandarin Chinese, and Japanese.
Kim Hoa Granville, Head of Quick-Talk's Language Research, speaks French, Vietnamese, and Spanish. She has more than 30 years of language teaching experience.
Bruno Granville, Director of Operations, uses Quick-Talk to bolster his conversational ability in French and Spanish.
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