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Clicktionary® Software Release 3 Premium Dictionaries from Oxford University Press

02-20-2006 04:06 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Cleverlearn

Hong Kong/Munich, 20 February 2006 – Cleverlearn Ltd., a leading global provider of online English learning solutions, has released 3 Oxford dictionaries through Clicktionary (www.clicktionary.com). The release of these dictionaries is part of the licensing agreement between Cleverlearn and Oxford University Press (OUP).

Clicktionary is a leading dictionary and translation software. The 3 Oxford dictionaries now available for the first time through Clicktionary are:

> Oxford Spanish Dictionary (English-Spanish)
> Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary (English-French)
> Oxford Portuguese Minidictionary (English-Portuguese)

A whole range of Oxford dictionaries will be available very soon through Clicktionary. These include the highly recommended Oxford-Duden German Dictionary (English-German). The latter contains in-depth coverage of all the latest vocabulary from all areas of life today, including information on aspects of life and culture in the German- and English-speaking worlds.

Other forthcoming dictionaries are: Oxford Dictionary of English, Concise Oxford-Paravia Italian Dictionary, Oxford Russian Dictionary, Oxford-River Books English-Thai Dictionary and Oxford Starter Japanese Dictionary.

“Oxford University Press is pleased to be in partnership with Cleverlearn to bring the world’s most authoritative dictionaries to thousands of Clicktionary users around the world”, says Ann Lawson, OUP Senior Rights Manager. “We believe that Clicktionary is a reliable translation tool. It is equipped with user-friendly features that will make our comprehensive content more accessible to even more people”.

“This licensing agreement with Oxford University Press is a great honour for Cleverlearn,” says Heinrich Pletschacher, European Country Manager of Cleverlearn in Munich. “This means we can offer our users easy access to first rate translation content.”

About Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship and education in its worldwide publishing. The preparation of dictionaries and reference books, of all types and for all ages, has been a central part of its activities for more than one hundred years. For more information, visit www.oup.com.

About Cleverlearn

Founded in 1999 in Santa Monica, California, USA, Cleverlearn Ltd. is a leading provider of English learning solutions focused on addressing the problems that today’s professionals have to hurdle in picking up English as a second language. Cleverlearn leverages the widespread use of technology in modern everyday life by working across multiple platforms - from web to mobiles to PDAs - to deliver and reinforce English instruction. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong to be closer to the growing Asian markets, while it continues to serve customers worldwide with its cutting-edge learning tools and services. For more information, visit www.cleverlearn.com

Press contact:

Heinrich Pletschacher
European Country Manager
T: +49 89 36036 836
F: +49 89 36036 700
press@cleverlearn.com
www.cleverlearn.com

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