How to use technology to overcome language barriers

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As the tech boom brings people across the world closer together, knowing a second, third, or even fourth language is an invaluable asset.

Whether you’re looking to impress an employer with your bilingual versatility or just blend in with the locals at a Parisian cafe, adding an extra language to your repertoire makes for a myriad of benefits — and thanks to uTalk Language Education, you can overcome any language barrier with a lifetime of training.

Rather than forcing you to spend hours memorizing dry vocabulary, uTalk Language Education utilizes games and native voice artists to help you master the language of your choosing from multiple devices. You can choose from over 130 languages and use independently verified translations to master real, practical vocabulary that you can apply across the globe.

Lifetime subscriptions to uTalk Language Education are on sale for a limited time. Pick up training for 1 language for $25 AUD [$20 USD], 6 languages for $37 AUD [$30 USD], 12 European languages for $62 AUD [$50 USD], or 22 languages in Europe and Asia for $124 AUD [$100 USD].

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