Berlitz Live! Japanese (PC and Mac, CD-ROM) Sierra - 1994 USA, Canada Release

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Berlitz Live! Japanese
Product ID 20626-93181
Product UPC 020626931816
Platform(s) PC and Mac
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1994
Publisher(s) Sierra
Category(s) Education, Language, Japanese
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The key to a successful trip to Japan!

This award-winning series takes full advantage of interactive, multimedia technology and the proven methods of Berlitz Language instruction to immerse you in the language and culture of Japan. Berlitz Live! Japanese provides you with the most exciting and entertaining way to quickly learn the language.

You will learn Japanese with the help of 11 on-screen teachers and Sensei, your personal tutor. Sensei's only job is to help you learn Japanese. Using state-of-the-art technology, Sensei speaks Japanese with accurate lip movements, so you not only hear the correct pronunciation, you see it. This makes learning Japanese easier and faster.

With stunning graphics, fun animations, digitized voices, songs and music, and a challenging game to test your knowledge, you will enjoy learning and practicing Japanese!

  • Record your voice with a microphone (not included), play it back, and compare your pronunciation to native speakers'.
  • Use the fun Tokyo Subway Adventure Game to test your newfound language skills, or as a way to learn Japanese.
  • Prepare for a successful trip to Japan with specific information on entry requirements, travel, climate, transportation and communication, and tourist attractions.
  • Learn about the cultures of Japan with over 250 facts and tips.

System Requirements

PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU 386
Required RAM 4MB
Required Audio Yes
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
Mac System 6.0.7
Required CPU Mac II
Required RAM 4MB
Supported Video 13" 256 Color

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