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Audio book "Le Petit Prince" is played by the specially developed software program that uses the text of the book for navigation started and stopped by clicking the right mouse button and also shows translations of the separate sentences to Chinese, English, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish by clicking the left mouse button. Clicking the middle mouse button or left mouse double clicking into a single word invokes online Babylon dictionary. Audio-text synchronized books is a freeware software used to improve foreign language skills. This software develops better comprehension, increases vocabulary, and helps in understanding difficult non-adopted texts.
You can select a small section of a few words to repeat as often as possible for pronunciation, comprehension, fluidity of speech. And translation is readily available at a click.
The program comes with files for only the first chapters and it uses only wav files, so you may have to rip and convert files from an Audio Book CD.
It's a great tool for foreign language learning. It adds a user friendly additional feature to the featureless audio book. You can listen and read along without the book because the program includes the text on the screen. You can listen continually or select a small section of a few words to repeat as often as possible for pronunciation, comprehension, fluidity of speech. The translation is also readily available at a click and in several languages.The narrators are known actors that are clearly spoken and understandable.
I had a question regarding installation and the files, and the programmer contacted me promptly and gave me all sorts of help. Some files may even be available on download without the audio book. I am using the program for my own self study, but I think it would be great also in a language lab in an educational facility.