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Do you ever feel at "loss for words"?

Would you like to express yourself more clearly and with confidence?

Want to improve your vocabulary in a straightforward and entertaining way?

In your daily life, knowing the right word can make all the difference!

My Word Coach offers a fun and challenging way to improve verbal skills through a series of engaging activities and exercises.

The game was inspired by ongoing vocabulary acquisition research by Thomas Cobb, University Professor in Applied Linguistics at the University of Quebec (www.lextutor.ca/cv/).

Enjoyable activities include word recognition, spelling challenges, and vocabulary definition, including 16,800 words from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary.

When you play, My Word Coach assesses, monitors, and rewards your Expression Potential, a score that represents your ability to command and use the English language. The higher the number (out of a possible 100%), the better you are able to express yourself!

While the Wii version takes advantage of the Wii Remote through lively mini-games and easy-to-use controls, the Nintendo DS version makes full use of the system's unique, dual Touch Screen.

Discover how to improve your vocabulary in just a few minutes a day!

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