ProVoc

Easily repeat your vocabulary

ProVoc is an awesome, free software only available for Mac, being part of the category Science & Education with subcategory Languages & Translators. View full description

ProVoc is an awesome, free software only available for Mac, being part of the category Science & Education with subcategory Languages & Translators.

More about ProVoc

ProVoc is available for users with the operating system Mac OS X and previous versions, and it is available in different languages such as English, German, and French. The current version of the software is 4.2.2 and the latest update was on 7/09/2007.

Since we added this program to our catalog in 2006, it has managed to reach 10,630 downloads, and last week it achieved 12 downloads.

ProVoc is a light program that will require less storage than the average program in the section Science & Education. It's a program very heavily used in some countries such as France, Germany, and Spain.

Changes

  • Fixed bug in Italian version preventing test from being started
  • Fixed other minor bugs
  • Updates can from now on be automatically installed

The idea of ProVoc is quite simple, but efficient: you enter a list of words in two languages, and ProVoc let you repeat them by asking the translation of randomly chosen words...

  • Unicode support (e.g. for asiatic, hebraic, arabic or any other alphabet)
  • Normal or continuous test
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Repetition of the words which has not been translated corretly
  • Variable difficulty level for the continous test
  • Print cards
  • Share vocabulary documents
  • Words grouped by pages
  • Edition and test of several files simultaneously
  • Case and accent sensitivity language-dependant
  • Accept synonyms as correct answer
  • Facultative determinents
  • Mark words during edition or testing

ProVoc

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ProVoc 4.2.2

— User reviews — about ProVoc

  • Galadriel1

    by Galadriel1

    "Free parents from home work"

    I think it is excellent for the mechanic part of learning a new language. In a more playful way, it helps to train vocab... More.

    reviewed on December 8, 2009