SurvivalPhrases.com Goes Live!

Learn essential travel phrases, get cultural insight, and other traveling tips you won’t find in a phrasebook at SurvivalPhrases.com! Our experienced and well traveled teachers bring you fresh and dynamic content in the form of useful phrases, invaluable vacation tips and personal experiences that are sure to enhance your world travels.

SurvivalPhrases.com was created with the sole intention of promoting interaction between travellers and their host countries by providing them with fundamental linguistic tools and key cultural insight.

SurvivalPhrases.com is currently and actively seeking teachers with the linguistic expertise and cultural knowledge to share their talents and experiences with the world. For more information, visit our become a teachers page.

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Thank You for Your Support!

We would just like to thank all of the people who have supported SurvivalPhrases.com at this early stage of our development. Thank you again for your support as we continue on our quest of becoming an audio travel phrase portal, where travelers can find audio travel phrases for any language they may desire.

We hope that through these audio phrases and cultral insight your trip, travels, journey or vacation will be that much better. The early indications are that these audio travel phrases are extremely useful and adding to the travlers experience. While we have only been live a little over one month, today Korean Phrases was featured by iTunes. Thank you again everyone for making this possible!

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SurvivalPhrases.com In the New York Times!

SurvivalPhrases.com was recently mentioned in Matt Gross’, the Frugal Traveler New York Times blog.  The Frugal Traveler seeks out high style on a low budget.

But why pay at all? There are hundreds of free language-lesson podcasts floating around the Internet. There are dozens on iTunes alone: Italian, Japanese, Arabic, Thai and so on. Of particular note is SurvivalPhrases, which offers 3- to 5-minute episodes that cover basics  like “Where is the bathroom?” in 19 languages, including Vietnamese, Russian, Greek and Brazilian Portuguese..” - Frugal Traveler

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