Hong Kong, May 30, 2006 – Cleverlearn Ltd., a leading global provider of English learning solutions online, has launched a 30-day free trial offer for its premier translation and dictionary application, Clicktionary.
With the free trial, users can access – absolutely free for 30 days -- premium dictionaries from one of the world’s leading reference publishers, Oxford University Press (OUP). Oxford dictionaries available through Clicktionary are: Oxford Dictionary of English, Oxford-Duden German Dictionary (English-German), Oxford Spanish Dictionary (English-Spanish), Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary (English-French), Concise Oxford-Paravia Italian Dictionary (English-Italian), Oxford Starter Japanese Dictionary (English-Japanese), Oxford Russian Dictionary (English-Russian) and Oxford Portuguese Minidictionary (English-Portuguese).
Other Oxford dictionaries will also be offered soon through the 30-day free trial version.
Licenses of Oxford dictionaries start from €4,95 per year, or €8,95 for lifetime use.
To start the 30-day free trial or to know more about the 30-day free trial, visit www.cleverlearn.com/en/trial/oxford.jsp.
About Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship and education in its worldwide publishing. The preparation of dictionaries and reference books, of all types and for all ages, has been a central part of its activities for more than one hundred years.
For further information please see: www.oup.com.
Clicktionary is a leading one-click translation and dictionary software. It bestows a high performance for quick and precise translations and definitions. The program is a valuable aid in both understanding and writing documents and specifically contributes in practising and extending one’s vocabulary. Through this agreement with Oxford University Press, Clicktionary supports other important languages and is available on both a private as well as a business level.
For further information please see: www.clicktionary.com.
After being set up in 1999, Cleverlearn has established itself as being the leading supplier of computer-based technology in learning EFL (English as a Foreign Language). The business with offices in Hong Kong and Munich became famous for its translation tool “Clicktionary”. Cleverlearn now offers a wide range of English learning tools which all interact. Thanks to an innovative integration concept, all courses are available on the computer, the Internet as well as MP3 players, DVD’s or PDA. Customers can also learn English efficiently anytime and anywhere soon, alone or in virtual groups (CleverClasses Virtual Classroom), continuously revising and extending one’s vocabulary. The main investors of Cleverlearn are the German E-Commerce-Pioneer and Telebuch founder Michael Gleissner as well as the Dornier Family.