Eat everywhere and order food in 8 major languages. What is on the menu? How to pronounce the words? Let the iPhone speak for you! Shop abroad. Know what to order. Search the dictionary and find the native terms that locals use. Translate your menu for tourists, cook international cuisines. Communicate globally about food! Very practical on holidays, and indispensable for travel in Europe. Includes key phrases for reservation, etc.Diner Dictionary lists a wide variety of food items, ingredients, cooking terms and is a unique translation resource in the domain of food. All food-terms with speech in 8 languages, 2-way translation in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Greek, Portuguese and Dutch. No internet needed, the database is built-in, no roaming costs.You can set a base language independently of the language of translation when you eat in Switzerland, Belgium or another bi-lingual region where you know some words in each language and like some more support. For instance you can simply show the way of cooking the beef to the waiter in large type.
Learn to write letters with your finger, practice pronunciation in your mother's tongue. Five activities with the alphabet, handwriting methods from all over the world with official school fonts!Parents can type words for each letter of the alphabet and record their sounds for the child. You can select any language in the app and record an alphabet for it. The app includes spelling alphabets used in telephone conversation: English, Greek, Arabic, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Dutch. This way the child can learn any language and also with the proper accent!Roman as well as Arabic, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Hebrew, Greek , Korean, Thai. For the handwrting you can pre-select the writing style learned in school, this app includes special fonts designed for major handwriting methods in the U.S and Europe. Select these in the iPhone Settings.app.This app is localized for all iPhone languages and their character sets. Includes a quiz about all the languages.