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Franklin LM6000b Speaking Language Master
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- English dictionary with 130,000 words, 300,000 definitions, 500,000 thesaurus entries, and a grammar guide
- Perfect for students
- Large-format keyboard for easy typing
- Eight-line LCD screen with contrast control and adjustable font size
- ClariSpeech repetition feature aids pronunciation skills
A mastery of the English language enhances self-confidence and commands respect. This Speaking Language Master is the ideal reference tool to achieve proficiency for an individual, family or study group. It is specifically designed for more than one user (one can create a study list of words and let a fellow student or family member have their own study list, or use the large screen and display to share a definition or game with a friend). It includes 130,000 words, 300,000 definitions, over 500.000 synonyms, 10,000 antonyms and much more. Find not only definitions of words, but find words in definitions.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Acceptable dictionary service. (Quick, short definitions to a large number of everyday words)
Useful pronunciation service.
Perceptible delay in appearance of definition after word has been typed in(though you get used to it)
SLOW word correction (if you type in a word/spelling not in the dictionary, the wait is excruciating while it comes up with alternatives. To be fair, this search can be canceled promptly if you typed in a wrong word by mistake)
Not quite portable. Dictionary could have been more comprehensive, used AAA batteries. Top heavy (literally), unwieldy in the hand due to 4 AAs.
Would have preferred more comprehensive definitions and lesser games. More comprehensive meaning better definitions and more etymologies. I would not agree with the term "Language Master" because of the perceived deficiencies in the number of words and length of definitions.
I would NOT call it a good reference either.
Compared to the the excellent free service at [...] and my own idea of a portable dictionary.
Keys go clackety clack - could have used softer keys.
I would not recommend this buy.
Why don't we have more competition in the electronic dictionary sector?
If its something that you'd like to put in one place, then I'd suggest you buy this. If you have plans to bringing it everywhere, then I'd suggest one with a protection lid.