The Talking Dictionary is one of the most valuable language reference tools available. It is the only audio visual dictionary that links key words and phrases to detailed full-colour illustrations and incorporates Callfinder® technology where readers can listen to the pronunciation of terms and phrases in different languages. This unique language education tool assists in the teaching and learning of vocabulary and phrases from 7 South African languages, Mandarin, and eventually endangered San language N/uu.
Sound-coded content in the dictionary also features effects such as animal calls and short musical excerpts corresponding with the 19 themes
and various topics within each of them; everything from the universe, science and the natural world, to home life, culture and sport is covered.
Language reference at home and at school is made fun and accessible through rich detail and visually appealing colour illustrations, and is
enhanced by the audio component which the Callfinder® unlocks. Readers are able to SEE, HEAR and LEARN! This revolutionary product,
The Talking Dictionary, will be available from Briza directly.
With or without the Callfinder® this engaging book's ability to enhance multi-language vocabulary learning and build language confidence is
The Callfinder® allows readers to unlock sounds from pictures and words
More than 2000 meticulous colour illustrations labelled with over 5000 words
Engage several senses as you SEE, HEAR and LEARN using a multi-language, audio visual language tool
Seven South African languages are currently available - English comes standard
Enjoy common phrases and additional sound effects in addition to nouns, abstract nouns and verbs
For use at home, at school, any age, anywhere
HOW IT WORKS
Watch the following video to learn about how The Talking Dictionary and Callfinder® component work.
INSIDE THE BOOK
Click below for a look at what's inside.
SPONSORS & MEDIA
Special recognition and thanks goes to the sponsors of this product, without whom The Talking Dictionary project would not have been