Unlock the world with uTalk

Learning a new language can be tricky, but as the world gets smaller it’s more and more tempting. If you want to broaden your horizons, uTalk Language Education is just the ticket.

As I write, I’m sitting in a cafe in Medellin, Colombia. It’s a beautiful place with friendly people, and your dollar sure goes a long way out here. Don’t worry though, this isn’t a travel blog. My point is that I don’t speak much Spanish and very few people here speak English. If I had been in the know about uTalk maybe I’d be better equipped to spark up a conversation.

It’s the ideal multilingual tool.

When you sign up to uTalk you get walked through real, practical vocabulary in your language of choice. These are words and phrases you would use in everyday conversation so you can get chatting with locals very quickly. The pronunciation has been verified by native speakers, and there are games and achievements to keep you motivated. It’s the ideal multilingual tool.

There’s a range of uTalk subscriptions on offer at the moment. The 6 language package for example teaches you French, Italian, German and Spanish (both European and Latin-American). At the moment a lifetime subscription is down from $325 to just $29.99.

There are equally big discounts on the 10 language Asian package and the 12 language European package. There’s even a combination 22 language package on offer for the real globetrotters among you.

So carpe diem (Latin not included) and take up the offer before it expires. Check out the packages by hitting the button below.

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Source: techspot

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