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Uzbek - Talk Now CD-ROM language course (beginners)

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Uzbek - Talk Now CD-ROM language course (beginners)

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Talk Now! is the world's best selling language learning CD-ROM series for beginners, used by more than three million people. Ideal for travellers, holidaymakers, business people, schoolchildren, students and families.

Anyone over 10 years will find the disc indispensable for improving listening, understanding and spoken language skills. There are nine topics: first words, food, colours, phrases, parts of the body, numbers, time, shopping and countries.

The games and quizzes included on the disc ensure that you have fun whilst using the product, without realising that you're learning.

Special features include:

  • speech recordingcompares your voice with native speakers
  • four quiz levelstest what you've learnt, earn points and monitor your progress
  • intellegent softwareremembers words you get wrong and targets your weak points
  • automatic localisationlets you choose the language you want to learn from (more than 80 available)
  • wide range of wordsfrom greetings and phrases to parts of the body, numbers and shopping
  • printable dictionary with colour pictures

Brand EuroTalk
Format CD-ROM for Windows and Mac
System Requirements Windows 98/2000/ME/XP or Mac OS 9 or X; computer with colour display, sound, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, microphone (recommended)

About Uzbek

Uzbek is an Eastern Turkic language and part of the Altaic family. However, much of its vocabulary is Persian rather than Turkish, as Tajik (Persian) speakers have long been prominent in the country. Uzbek used to be written in the Arabic script, which was replaced by the Roman alphabet in 1927 and then by the Cyrillic one in 1940. Since the new government came in place in 1993, they are trying to go back to the Latin alphabet.

How many people speak it?
It is spoken by about 15 million people.

In how many countries?
Uzbek is mainly spoken in Uzbekistan, where it is recognised as the official language. Speakers can also be found on the neighbouring countries of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. Further emigrant speakers can be found in the USA, Australia and Germany.

Brand EuroTalk
Format CD-ROM for Windows and Mac
System Requirements Windows 98/2000/ME/XP or Mac OS 9 or X; computer with colour display, sound, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, microphone (recommended)


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