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English Spanish Dictionary (J2SE – Mac, Linux Windows)

Mobile Phone



English Spanish DictionaryWindows, Mac, Linux, electronic software travel dictionary to translate English to Spanish displaying a list of translated words. The Spanish English dictionary translates from Spanish to English. Copying a word from the translated list for a reverse translation can be used to find synonyms and to understand the broader use of the Spanish word in the English language. Although the English Spanish dictionary does not provide definitions or examples, the use of the translation software in this way provides you with a mechanism to better understand Spanish words in the English context without the need for definitions.

Windows, Apple Mac and Linux versions also provide a Spanish learning mode, which uses flashcards to help you learn and memorize the Spanish language. The learning or Spanish teacher mode has 4 levels. In level one a word is selected from the 500 most commonly used English words and three Spanish words are displayed for you to make your choice. If the correct word is selected points are awarded, otherwise a life is lost. The correct answer is always displayed after a Spanish word is selected. Points are accumulated until 10 lives are lost. The second level of the game still tests against the 500 most commonly used English words, but offers a choice from five Spanish words for the correct English to Spanish translation. The Spanish teacher becomes more difficult in levels 3 and 4 when you are tested on your knowledge of the Spanish language against the complete Eng Spanish dic. Like level 1, level 3 offers three Spanish word choices and level 4 five Spanish word choices from the extensive English Spanish lexicon. The learning mode provides the same functionality from Spanish words to English for levels 1 to 4.

Ideal for anyone in need of mobile English to Spanish referencing, business people, travelers, and foreign language students, the dictionary delivers quick and easy searching instantly turning your laptop or desktop into a personal language communication assistant.

Making the lifestyle choice of using a paperless English Spanish dictionary keeps trees in the forest and for every paperback left in growing timber provides £16 of eco-benefits for each year after you make that decision.

Includes easy install and easy operation manual.

Supported Device

iPhone (Jail broken – no support)

Visiting the Countries Below:
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Puerto Rico
Western Sahara

Top 10 Tips for World Cup 2010

Going to South Africa for the World Cup 2010 you are likely to need a dictionary on your mobile, at the very least to gloat after your country has won or to communicate with your new life partner who shares your passion for football.

At Bede Products we have dictionaries which will help you communicate with supporters from all the countrys that will be competing for the World Cup 2010.

Australia, Japan, Korea DPR, Korea Republic, Algeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Honduras, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, New Zealand, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland.

Already sorted out your communication tools here’s our Top 10 Tips to help you enjoy the World Cup 2010.

1.  That Book You Really Wanted To Read – save paper and put it on your mobile device

Bede Products has a resourse of eBooks available for free download. These vary from Classics to Mythology and includes Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners – how can you interpret your dream of England, Australia, The USA or your nation of winning the world cup… perhaps Freud would interpret this is some bizzare way!!

2.  Reading Glasses – yeap those mobile device screens are very small

Although it is winter in South Africa during the World Cup 2010 don’t forget your sunnies too! Not using glasses don’t forget your contact lens solution.

3.  Nail Scissors – but remember to check them in.

For all those nailbitting matches don’t forget your nail scissors to keep your manicure still looking good.

4.  Umbrella – it always rains on holiday

Remember it’s winter in South Africa for the World Cup 2010, but much of the country is hot dry and sunny… a brolley doubles as an effecting sun block, but don’t dismis the chance of rain.

5.  That Thing That Charges Up Your your devices and camera.

You don’t want it to run out when you need it the most. The electric plug type for South Africa is similar to that of Europe and much of Asia, but three pin earthed, pretty much like your rasor with an extra pin.

6.  A Torch

In South Africa don’t be caught out if there is a power failure. If you are visiting rural areas during your stay in South Africa there may not even be power!

7.  Telephone Number Of The Credit Card Fraud People

Security it South Africa has improved unrecongisably during the last 20 years, but be careful when you give out your credit card details and be cautious of where you walk at night after you have had a drink.

8. Ointments for your athletes foot / eczema / piles

Incest repelant is a must, but often the best way to protect yourself is to keep yourself covered in the evenings and use a mozi net at night. Aim not to get bitten and avoid watching your country in the final from a hospital bed.

9.  Hangover Remedies or just risk another drink!

Hangovers are caused by dehydration and vitimin C deficiency. After a day in the sun take a long cool fruit drink just before you go to bed. An English Breakfast with coffee and orange juice is a well known cure.

10.  The Address For Logging Onto Your Work Email – not!!!

Having said that bear in mind the travel issues caused by the volcanic ash from Iceland for the Northern hemisphere, you may need your log on information for internet banking or just to let your boss you’ll be on holiday for another week!!!