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16 October 2014
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Welcome to Jonesville


Take a tour around the virtual town of Jonesville. From post office to bank, hotel to hospital, office to shop - this unique learning tool will hone your working Welsh.

Features two levels of difficulty, North and South dialects and three interactive modes.
look mode listen mode

Learn to pronounce new words for everyday objects as you explore the environments.

You can play the look mode online.


Listen to the characters talk, then test your Welsh with our multiple choice questions.

You can play the listen mode online.

enter jonesville
talk mode help
Join in the conversation by recording your own voice and listening as you interact with the characters.

You must download the application to play the Talk mode.

Click here to see the Help file which will allow you to get the most out of Jonesville.

The Help will appear in a separate window.
blank Download pc version
help file
download instructions

PC:
1. Save to a directory on your PC (eg My Documents)
2. Open the .zip file (you will need a programme such as 'Win Zip' on your PC. Download a free trial version here)
3. Double click on the file talk.exe to open it
4. Select the relevant quality audio for your connection/PC memory



Jonesville was developed by Kode
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