| It’s a Small World After All
Anyone who has ever tried to learn a second language, communicate with foreign business partners or traveled abroad for a special holiday and come up against the language barrier will rejoice at the announcement of a new website that has just been launched to help anyone get the most out of another language.
www.lingvo.us is the latest brainchild from the award-wining ECTACO team, developers of translation systems for government and international business, and promises to make communicating in a foreign language second nature for millions of people worldwide. Part of a campaign to make global understanding a part of everyone’s daily experience, the new site went live on 5 February, just in time to give users a head start on preparation for end of year exams, plan for upcoming holidays, or increase business prospects by adding a foreign language to their set of deal-making tools.
Providing access to services, products and communities where knowledge, experience and support go hand-in-hand, www.lingvo.us is the first Internet portal dedicated to anything and everything connected with human language. Featuring thousands of applications for more than 40 of the world’s most popular languages www.lingvo.us lets anyone master a second, third or even fourth language – all without any previous experience or special knowledge.
In addition to software solutions from the industry’s most respected developers for some of the most challenging language related tasks, www.lingvo.us also provides access to unique utilities that let users understand and be understood in any situation and forums where community members can exchange information and tips. Designed to be a one-stop destination and information clearinghouse, the new site is set to bring about a revolution in international communication, in the process bringing people closer together and building new bridges.
Join in the revolution today and take the first step toward complete knowledge of your world and the success that is sure to follow by visiting www.lingvo.us