!!WIN!! the EuroTalk learning software

Friday, June 19, 2015

Have you planned any holidays abroad this year? Even though we can communicate in English in most places around the world, maybe you want to learn a few useful phrases.

Maybe you're looking into moving abroad, and need to start learning the local language?

Maybe you are working in an international corporation, and want to impress a foreign client?

Maybe, like in my case, you and your other half are from different countries, and you want to learn a bit of their language (or teach them yours)?


Whatever your reason to start learning new language, the EuroTalk have courses to get you started!





I've recently posted about my experience with EuroTalk. Quite a few people said they'd like to learn a new language, so here you are - EuroTalk decided to give some lucky person a chance to start learning too. Means my first ever giveaway!


If you've seen my previous post about EuroTalk, I've been talking about two of their programmes - Talk More and Talk the Talk. These both come as instant downloads, meaning there's no CD, no waiting - you can start learning straight away!



They know everyone is at a different stage of their learning journey - you might be a complete beginner, know some basics, or maybe you just need to polish the specialist vocabulary to use in business interactions. Therefore, the EuroTalk kindly offered you a choice of preferred software:


Talk Now - beginner, essential words and phrases to get you started
Talk The Talk - beginner +, focusing on social conversation
Talk More - beginner +, ideal for when you’re travelling
Talk Business - intermediate, specialist vocabulary for business use


Of course you also get to choose the language you want to learn! Please check the EuroTalk website: http://eurotalk.com/ for the full list of the languages offered - once you choose the language, you'll be able to see which software is available.



Please note that the offer is for an INSTANT DOWNLOAD software only, you will not be receiving any CDs or USB stick. The downloads are for PC or Mac only, and currently don't run on tablets and smartphones.


GOOD LUCK!



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37 comments

  1. Portugese - which is very handy if I win because we are going in September

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  2. I have always wanted to learn German or Chinese

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  3. To be honest just about every European language, but I think I'd pick Welsh.

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  4. What a fantastic idea, I would love to learn more of a different language. x

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  5. Great idea, it's good way to learn languages, I have to admit we are not very good here! I would love to learn Spanish

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  6. French - I've tried everything!!

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  7. I loved learning Spanish when I was at school, and I would love to relearn it now, as I still remember bits of it and it would be good to be a bit more fluent!

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  8. What a great way to learn a new language. I like the sound of this course.

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  9. This looks fab - thanks for sharing. I'd refresh my Spanish I think x

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  10. I got an A in GCSE French and German but since that was over 20 years ago I really would like to go back and refresh my French skills.

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  11. I think it would be Greek for me x

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  12. I think German for me - it's the only language I've ever enjoyed learning!

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  13. I've always wanted to learn Japanese but have never managed to get very far with it!

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  14. German I think I found it quite easy at school

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  15. Great giveaway, I'm always so ashamed of my lack of languages when we go on holiday.

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  16. Thanks for adding your Competition to this Weeks Competition Linky: http://umeandthekids.com/
    Please feel free to add my badge to your badge :)

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  17. I would love to learn a new language - Italian is probably top of my list!

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  18. I've been obsessed lately with the idea of learning Romanian!

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  19. It has to be Greek as my friend is a sponge diver in Symi nicknamed absorber the Greek

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  20. French - Will be visiting France soon

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  21. There are so many possibilities. Welsh could be fun as something different, but I'd probably go with German. We just had a short holiday in Germany and it was difficult not knowing the language at all.

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  22. Italian - I have a smidging of Spanish and I believe it is easier to pick up if you can speak a little Spanish. I do love to know a little of the language when I visit somewhere.

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  23. I would love to learn French, I learned a little in school but it just never seemed to be enough to even get by on holidays.

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  24. I'd love to learn to speak French fluently.

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  25. I would like to learn Portugese and would love to retire there!

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  26. I've always wanted to learn French. I'm one of the few people in the country who didn't' take it in school.

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  27. I'd love to learn any language, but Italian sounds so nice and it would be lovely to be able to speak to the people when on holiday there

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  28. I would love to learn Spanish fluently as I am looking to retire to Spain.

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  29. There are so many I'd love to learn but I'd love to learn Spanish (and to try to teach my toddlers) My sister has moved to Spain and it would be nice to surprise her

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  30. French! Then I can help the kids with th3 school work as well as use itmon holiday!

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  31. Japanese

    Trevor Linvell

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  32. would like to speak French well

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  33. I've always wanted to learn French - sugajadecomps@yahoo.co.uk

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  34. Catalan would be nice as I like Menorca and it's spoken there as well as Spanish

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