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TELL ME MORE®: Focus on Language Proficiency — Trial

TELL ME MORE® ( Username: trial and Password: trial) is the best way to successfully learn a new language focusing on all major areas of language learning (speaking, comprehension, reading and writing). Offering more content and activities than any competing product, TELL ME MORE® language learning is the only solution focusing on these crucial four areas, teaching you all of the skills necessary to become truly language proficient.

TELL ME MORE® supports the following language programs: English (ESL), Spanish (both Castillian and Latin), French, German, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.

The initial log requires you to sign in. Username: trial and Password: trial. Click on ‘Demo Access’ to begin.  Each user will create their own individual username and password and then log in to the database. Your individual trial accounts are good for 30 days.

The TELL ME MORE® experience includes:
* Easy-to-comprehend content created by expert instructional designers
* 2,000+ hours of dynamic content per language
* Supplemental Business and Culture specific content
* Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Workshops
* 37 different types of learning activities/interactions
* Speech Recognition with playback and achievement scale
* Spoken Error Tracking System (SETS®) technology automatically detects and corrects your pronunciation errors
* 10,000 vocabulary words classified by lexical group * Anytime, anywhere accessibility

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