Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 10:03:01 EST


Subject: Russian request: spoken dictionary

This just in. I don't know anything about it except what it says. If you have

a reply for Mr. Sukhorukov, please e-mail him directly because he's not on

ADS-L. (Of course, comments to ADS-L on this matter are welcome.)

- Allan Metcalf


Dear Sir/Madam,

The company "Concern-Rostov" (Rostov-on-Don, Russia) is in the process of

developing locally a course dedicated to learning the following languages:

English, American, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Ivrit and Russian. In

order to develop such a course we are looking for audio-dictionaries (wav,

mp3, etc) of the

most widely used words (up to 10,000 words), spoken by a native speaker.

We are able to pay in advance for such material should you already have it

available. If you do not have such material, we would like to order a

spoken dictionary either according to your existing guidelines or to

guidelines proposed by us.

The technical details will be discussed separately should you be interested

in our order.

Yours faithfully,

Andy Sukhorukov,