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I am looking for a French/English dictionary and a French conjugation app to go on my iMac with Snow Leopard. Any ideas as to how I can find them please?

I have had a look at the apps on iTunes, but they only appear to be for the handheld kit...

Edit : - I had meant to say that I have both on my Touch and wondered if the same apps would work on my iMac, but I think not?

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Here's a dictionary you can download. But as for a French verb conjugation app, I imagine that would require a French language learning software package which is not going to be free. Do some searching.

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Thank you CH. That looks as if it may have conjugation in it? That is my main failing and as we live here it's a good idea to at least try to get it correct sometimes!!

I'll have to look at it tomorrow as I turn into a pumpkin in about 2 minutes time, at midnight!

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