The very popular Dictionary.com has announced that it will launch a Spanish language version of its site that will offer everything as its English counter part from full-text translations to audio pronunciations.
This is the first foreign language effort from the popular website that has 50 million unique visitors a month. Dictionary.com chose to launch with the Spanish language version after seeing that 30 percent of all Google-powered translations are in Spanish.
The Spanish version will also have grammar tip of the day, weekly vocabulary lists, and a textbook-like dialog from a Spanish student written by a Spanish language teacher – which it hopes will set it apart from other foreign language dictionary sites.
The Spanish language version of Dictionary.com will exist within a tab of the English version and not be a separate entity.