Oral Language Translator might cut down on miscommunication

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oral-language-translatorThey say that a strong marriage requires good and close communication, so it is not a surprise at all to see that the best marriages between couples who have not yet gotten bored of one another share a really strong line of communication between the two. However, when it comes to two different kinds of languages of dialects, then a working knowledge of the other language is essential, but in the case that something like that is unavailable, an interpreter would bode you well. What happens when there are no interpreters at all? You might have to take things into your own hands literally with the $349.95 Oral Language Translator.

The Oral Language Translator happens to translate spoken phrases in a dozen different languages. All that you need to do is to pick from a category such as travel, food and drink, or banking, and speak one of the 14,000 useful phrases to it. From there, the device will do its job to provides an audible translation in a human voice with native pronunciation. It has a full QWERTY keyboard so that you can also opt to type in any word, phrase, or even a paragraph, with the device translating all of the typed content. There are 70,000 English definitions from the WordNet Princeton University Dictionary, which will be accompanied by example phrases, synonyms, and the ability to hear each word properly enunciated with a touch of the screen. A 3.5” color LCD display helps you navigate with voice commands, or you can opt to settle for the included stylus. Among the languages are Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Farsi.

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