Off topic: Talking Dictionary English/Slovenian/English?
Thread poster: Vito Smolej
| | Vito Smolej
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English to Slovenian
Note - I'm posting this for a Veronika from Brasil - good luck to you, veronika! - smo
Friends, I need to know where could I find/buy a talking English/Slovenian/English or Portuguese/Slovenian/Portuguese dictionary.
I am also trying to find some good books with CDs but there are not many and I really don't know which one to order... Maybe someone could help me and give me some advices...
This information should probably be post in a FORUM but I am new in this site, and I don't know how to do it... I tried several times this morning and haven't succeeded...
Thank you very much for your help!
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I am betting odds are pretty long that anyone will know of a talking dictionary involving Slovenian, but people might have ideas on the English Portuguese front. Or people MIGHT have tips on good glossaries and hot new Text to Speech options.
You could either sign up for the list or I think also just check the archives.
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