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Instant Immersion is fun and easy to use! It is the perfect way to learn a new language for travel, business or school. Instant Immersion Level 1 uses natural image association techniques to help you learn as easily as you learned your first language. Learn basic vocabulary and everyday phrases in no time! Instant Immersion Level 1 teaches you the essential words and phrases you will need in order to get around with ease. Topics include first words, food, colors, phrases, body parts, numbers, time, shopping, countries and more. Practice your new language with virtual flashcards, play games and use the advanced record-and-playback feature to practice pronunciation. Even print out a picture dictionary for learning on the go!

WHY LEARN PORTUGUESE?
- Portuguese is the official language of Portugal and Brazil along with six other countries.
- There are about 300 million speakers of the Portuguese language.

Visiting Portugal
Portuguese, the official language of eight countries, is spoken by about 300 million people worldwide, including Portugal. It’s famous for its flawless beaches which offer enticements of a more hedonistic sort. Indeed, the dramatic, end-of-the-world cliffs, protected coves and long, sandy islands of Portugal's coastline have awed visitors and locals alike. Meanwhile, the country's capital, Lisbon, and its northern rival, Porto, are magical places for the wanderer, with riverside views and cobblestone streets framed by looming cathedrals.

Portuguese-speaking Countries
Portuguese is one of the world’s widely spoken languages. It has an official language status in eight countries: Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, East Timor, Cape Verde, Macao and Sao Tome and Principe.

System requirements
Microsoft Windows Version XP, Vista, 7, 8:
260MB hard drive space, 960x600 min resolution, sound card, microphone (recommended).

Tablets amp; Smartphones:
iPad, iPhone and Android are NOT supported.

LICENSE
Licensed to an individual for installation/use on their compatible devices. School-Corporate-Institutional requires a license from www.InstantImmersion.com/contact-us

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