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Learn Foreign Languages with Before You Know It(R) Software Now Enhanced with On-the-Go Audio for iPod(R) and other portable music players.

NASHUA, N.H. -- Thousands of translations of foreign language words and phrases with native speaker pronunciation teach users fast and effectively

Transparent Language, a leader in language learning solutions, today announced the latest version of its Before You Know It(R) Deluxe software, featuring a new audio component that allows the user to learn foreign languages on the go. The BYKI(TM) Pod audio files are available in all languages and can be easily downloaded to an iPod or other MP3 player. Find out more about the product and get a free language software download at www.byki.com .

Whether you want to learn Spanish for personal enrichment, study a French lesson so you can order a cup of coffee in front of the Eiffel tower, or learn Italian phrases because your grandparents were from Sicily, Before You Know It can teach you in the fastest way possible.

"With this new version of Before You Know It we have created a richer learning experience for our users," said Michael Quinlan, CEO and president of Transparent Language. "We believe in the power of the product's learning technique and took it to the next level with the addition of mp3 audio language learning."

Before You Know It is now available for learning 22 languages including these seven new ones: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Tagalog, Czech and Hebrew.

Before You Know It Deluxe and Before You Know It Lite are available for Windows, and Mac OSX, in 22 languages, including Albanian, Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish and Tagalog.. Visit www.byki.com or call 603-262-6300 for more information.

About Transparent Language Inc.

Transparent Language provides language learning solutions in over 100 languages to the consumer, education, government, and corporate markets. Since 1991, Transparent Language has helped more than one million people worldwide quickly, easily, and effectively learn new languages. Transparent Language's products are also used in more than 12,000 civilian and government educational institutions, including major universities and government facilities, such as the Defense Language Institute and Foreign Service Institute. Products are available direct from www.transparent.com, at retailers such as Amazon.com and Staples, and through other international distributors. Call 800-567-9619 or visit www.transparent.com for more information.

Transparent Language is a registered trademark and Before You Know It is a trademark of Transparent Language. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Transparent Language is not responsible for inadvertent errors.
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