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Fodor's Travel Phrases for Android

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Hopefully I can learn a few words to attempt to be polite while in Europe. I'm not good with languages.

I purchased Fodor's Western European phrases for my iPad and think it is great. It would be even more wonderful if I had an iPhone.

Since I have an Android, I'm looking for something similar where data doesn't have to be turned on. Any suggestions for a similar product. I don't want to spend too much as next year I'll be replacing this phone.

Even a few simple words like hello, please, thank you and goodbye, etc would be helpful. I do need to hear the words or have a phonetical version. I know my accent will be atrocious but I want to try.

The main languages I need are German, Dutch and Hungarian. Although they're old, I have some rusty skills in French.

If nothing else, I'd even being willing to make some cheat cards to carry. I'm leaving in a few days.

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