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About 31 Languages of the World 31 Languages of the World is an innovative, conversation-based language program that allows users to master basic communication in any one of the world's 31 most important languages, including: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Latin, Swedish, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Brazilian, Czech, Danish, English, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Rumanian, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish and Ukrainian.
GCCI plans to set up regional offices in all five continents and launch localized versions of its online forum in major languages of the world.
In fact, it is used in just about all the languages of the world.
Officially called the Unicode Worldwide Character Standard, it is a system for interchanging, processing, and displaying written texts of the diverse languages of the principal written languages of the world, including Japanese, Hebrew, Chinese, and Arabic.
Product, 101 Languages of the World Provides Learning
51 Languages of the World, A+, Complete Spanish, Complete French, TranscendRT, Desktop Translator and Enterprise Translation Server are trademarks of Transparent Language, Inc.
51 Languages of the World, A+ Spanish, A+ French, Complete Spanish, Complete French, TranscendRT, EasyTranslator and Enterprise Translation Server are trademarks of Transparent Language, Inc.
Based on the best-selling 31 Languages of the World (which won a 1998 Top 100 CD-ROM Award from the editors of PC Magazine), 51 Languages of the World incorporates the latest version of the award-winning, academically-proven Transparent Language Method which uses a system of frequent, successful learning experiences to ensure that adults enjoy a fun, thorough introduction to each language.