Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report places : Italy Austria Germany Switzerland France Belgium Spain
  2. 2 Provence, Strasbourg, Paris early September
  3. 3 Budva or Perast in Montenegro
  4. 4 Amsterdam and Antwerp?
  5. 5 European Sampler, 4 weeks, 6 countries?
  6. 6 Varenna to hotel near Milan airport
  7. 7 4 Greek islands- best way to hop?
  8. 8 Italy in a week
  9. 9 Switzerland part of 3-week trip
  10. 10 Trip Report 3 Weeks in Scotland and Ireland
  11. 11 3 days in Paris then on to London what do we have to see?
  12. 12 What are your favorite restaurants in Prague? (+itinerary critique)
  13. 13 Crannog Centre or Atholl Country Life Museum
  14. 14 first time for teens in spain-barcelona and where else?
  15. 15 Advice for Time in Cumbria and/or Yorkshire Dales
  16. 16 My special places in Europe
  17. 17 Tips for tour company tour guides
  18. 18 Lisbon to San Sebastián to Madrid itinerary help!
  19. 19 Bologna, Modena or Parma for a base?
  20. 20 Weather in Budapest in late September
  21. 21 Trip Report Italian Opera-Edinburgh Tattoo-"Great" Houses-Cornwall: Ongoing and FINAL
  22. 22 Coastal daytrip from Dartmoor Park
  23. 23 Really true that US passport needs 6 months left to enter Schengen zone?
  24. 24 Travelling with Vueling?
  25. 25 Night Bus?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Fodor's Travel Phrases for Android

Jump to last reply

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.

2 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement