Nicked by Inspector Morse

10th March 2000 at 00:00
Pitting your wits in a tongue-in-cheek game show is one of the treats in store in a new generation of language learning software taking advantage of the video capabilities of DVD-Rom CDs. The publisher, EuroTalk Interactive, reckons that the key to learning a foreign language is to immerse yourself fully in the target lanuage.The first of the Movietalk series is for learning English (pound;34.99), but others are in the pipeline. You watch a whole episode of Inspector Morse and then take part in activities to exploit the language. A nice touch is having support materials and controls in your own home language.

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