If you're looking to brush up on a bit of Turkish before a visit to Istanbul, you may want to give Voca 4.2 the once over. Visitors can use the "Help" file to learn about how the program works, and they should also note that they will need to download a vocabulary list before getting started. After doing so, users can see words in their native language, the foreign language, or a mix of both. Visitors can test their knowledge this way, and they may also want to use Voca to take a practice exam. Finally, visitors can also use the program to learn grammatical inflections and pronunciations. This version is compatible with computers running Windows XP and newer and computers running Linux.An archived version of this software is provided by CNet.


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