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Favourite Scenes From Shakespeare - read aloud

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Favourite Scenes From Shakespeare - read aloud

Anh Nguyen

Education, Reference

IOS
GBP 0.99


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In 2012, the World Shakespeare Festival surveyed Britons as to their favourite plays by Shakespeare. This collection consists of 21 scenes from the most popular plays written by arguably the greatest writer in the English language.

This app combines Shakespeare favourite scenes with professional narration enabling advanced functions like sync transcript or read aloud (a professional narration synchronized with the highlighted text.)

Benefits of Read aloud feature:
▪ a valuable tool for people affected by reading disorders and dyslexia
▪ a useful tool for kids to learn reading or for people to learn a foreign language
▪ allowing everybody to enjoy their favourite novels by reading, listening or reading+listening

Basic features:
▪ Change font, font size
▪ Day and Night reading mode
▪ Highlight texts
▪ Read aloud
▪ 21 favourite scenes:
- Antony and Cleopatra. Act 5, Scene 2.
- As You Like It. Act 3, Scene 2
- Hamlet. Act 3, Scene 4
- Henry IV, Pt. 1. Act 2, Scene 4
- Julius Caesar. Act 4, Scene 3
- King Lear. Act 2, Scene 4.
- MacBeth. Act 1, Scene 7
- MacBeth. Act 2, Scenes 1-3
- MacBeth. Act 4, Scene 1
- Merchant of Venice. Act 1, Scene 2
- Merchant of Venice. Act 3, Scene 2
- Midsummer Night's Dream. Act 2, Scene 1
- Midsummer Night's Dream. Act 3, Scene 2
- Much Ado About Nothing. Act 4, Scene 1
- Othello. Act 3, Scene 3
- Othello. Act 5, Scene 2
- Richard III. Act 1, Scene 2
- Romeo and Juliet. Act 2, Scene 2
- The Taming of the Shrew. Act 2, Scene 1.
- The Tempest. Act 1, Scene 2.
- Twelfth Night. Act 1, Scene 5.

▪ If you want to suggest a new feature or report a bug, please send feedback to us at [email protected] Thank you!





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£0.99
In 2012, the World Shakespeare Festival surveyed Britons as to their favourite plays by Shakespeare. This collection consists of 21 scenes from the most popular plays written by arguably the greatest writer in the English language.

This app combines Shakespeare favourite scenes with professional narration enabling advanced functions like sync transcript or read aloud (a professional narration synchronized with the highlighted text.)

Benefits of Read aloud feature:
▪ a valuable tool for people affected by reading disorders and dyslexia
▪ a useful tool for kids to learn reading or for people to learn a foreign language
▪ allowing everybody to enjoy their favourite novels by reading, listening or reading+listening

Basic features:
▪ Change font, font size
▪ Day and Night reading mode
▪ Highlight texts
▪ Read aloud
▪ 21 favourite scenes:
- Antony and Cleopatra. Act 5, Scene 2.
- As You Like It. Act 3, Scene 2
- Hamlet. Act 3, Scene 4
- Henry IV, Pt. 1. Act 2, Scene 4
- Julius Caesar. Act 4, Scene 3
- King Lear. Act 2, Scene 4.
- MacBeth. Act 1, Scene 7
- MacBeth. Act 2, Scenes 1-3
- MacBeth. Act 4, Scene 1
- Merchant of Venice. Act 1, Scene 2
- Merchant of Venice. Act 3, Scene 2
- Midsummer Night's Dream. Act 2, Scene 1
- Midsummer Night's Dream. Act 3, Scene 2
- Much Ado About Nothing. Act 4, Scene 1
- Othello. Act 3, Scene 3
- Othello. Act 5, Scene 2
- Richard III. Act 1, Scene 2
- Romeo and Juliet. Act 2, Scene 2
- The Taming of the Shrew. Act 2, Scene 1.
- The Tempest. Act 1, Scene 2.
- Twelfth Night. Act 1, Scene 5.

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▪ Day and Night reading mode
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- Learn random words
- External reference

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▪ a useful tool for kids to learn reading or for people to learn a foreign language
▪ allowing everybody to enjoy their favourite novels by reading, listening or reading+listening

▪▪▪ Long press a word and tap "Play" to activate sync transcript

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▪ Highlight texts
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▪ If you want to suggest a new feature or report a bug, please send feedback to us at [email protected] Thank you!...