They give a basic vocabulary of 1,000 words and the grammatical framework for the language in ten lessons. Packed in entertaining exercises for listening to and read with interesting information about the country and its people, realistic dialogues to typical situations, such as shopping, dining, or getting to know. The book gives the learner in addition a well structured basis with grammar and vocabulary overview, puzzles and lots of useful tips. This media diversity represents the basis for the optimum learning success for beginners as well as for returnees. The “multimedia complete courses” available for English and Spanish at an attractive package price of 49.95 euro (RRP) anywhere, where there are books or computer or online huebershop about. Frequently Viacom has said that publicly. Photo and text material are available under in the field “Press Center” to download available. Company description About Auralog, founded in Paris in 1987, the company has focused on the development of comprehensive and flexible multimedia solutions for foreign language learning. As the world’s first provider, Auralog began already in the early 1990s a proprietary speech recognition technology to the learning of foreign languages and is market leader in the field of language learning software Europe-wide since 1998.
The Auralog customers numerous public institutions and companies, including Berlitz, Dartmouth College, French Ministry of education, Goethe-Institut, China Telecom, Fujitsu-Siemens, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, Heineken, Italian Institute for foreign trade (ICE), Iberia, Konica include Evonik, Schlumberger Valeo and Telefonica individuals Minolta, Linde, ERGO. The products and services offered by Auralog are in 11 languages (British and American English, European and Latin American Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and German) in over 65 countries distributed in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia and North America. For the individual customer Auralog provides among others the product series “Tell Me more” or “Tell Me more kids” available. The high level of acceptance of language learning software is also supported by a number of awards as Stiftung Warentest, German educational media award “digita” Comenius-EduMedia medal or seal for outstanding exemplary multimedia products for the fourth time in a row, Giga mouse seal of approval for family software, Golden MIM (Canada), Mobius Prize (France), as well as two underscores U.S.-Eddie awards.