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BES-2110

Merriam-Webster

Speaking SpanishEnglish

Dictionary

User’s Guide

www.franklin.com

Please read the following safety warnings and precautions before using your device. Note: If this device is to be used by young children, this User’s Guide should be read to them by an adult and their use of the device should be monitored. Failure to do so may cause injury.

1. Getting Started

1.1 Installing Batteries

Your product is powered by two AAA batteries. Follow these easy instructions to install or replace them. Please have the new batteries at hand before you remove the old ones. When the battery power is low, an alert will appear on the screen.

1.Turn your product off and turn it over.

2.Open the battery cover on the back of your unit by pushing in the direction of the arrow.

3.Remove the old batteries.

4.Install the batteries following the +/- markings in the battery compartment.

Important: Be sure that the batteries are installed correctly. Wrong polarity may damage the unit.

5. Replace the battery cover.

Warning: If the batterieswear-outcompletely or if you take more than a few seconds while changing the batteries, any information that was entered in thebuilt-inbooks may be erased. You should always keep written copies of your important information.

Battery Precautions

Different types of batteries or new and used batteries should not be mixed.

Non-rechargeablebatteries are not to be recharged. Never recharge batteries that come with the device.

Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the device before being charged.

Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.

Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used.

The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.

Do not expose batteries to direct heat or try to take batteries apart. Follow the battery manufacturer’s instructions for battery use.

Always remove a weak or dead battery from the device.

To avoid damage caused by leakage of the battery fluid, replace the battery or batteries once every two years regardless of how much the device has been used during that time.

Should a battery leak, the device may become damaged. Clean the battery compartment immediately, avoiding contact with your skin.

Keepbatteriesoutofreachofsmallchildren.If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.

1.2 Understanding Your Device

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2

3

5

4

6

 

7

1)Screen

2)Speaker

3)Function Keys

4)USB Port:The USB Port is designed for a miniUSB 1.1 compatible connection. Plug the miniUSB jack of a USB cable into this port and thestandard-sizeUSB jack into your PC to connect your device to your PC.

5)Headphone jack:The headphone jack is designed for 3.5 mm, 35 ohm impedance stereo headphones.Caution: Monophonic headphones will not work with this unit.

6)Power Key

7)Direction Keys

1.3 Key Guide

Soft Keys

Soft Key functions are represented by the labels displayed along the bottom of the screen.To perform a Soft Key function, press the F1

- F5 key at the top of the keyboard that corresponds to the label on the screen that you want to select.These labels change to reflect the different functions available in the various books and exercises in this device.

For example, in the main menu, the following Soft Keys are available:

BOOKS

Displays the Books menu.

LEARN

Displays the Learn menu.

EXER

Displays the Exercises menu.

GAMES

Displays the Games menu.

TOOLS

Displays theTools menu.

Please refer to the specific topics in this User’s

Guide to learn the function of any available Soft Keys.

Function Keys

 

Turns the product on or off.

menú

Goes to the main menu.

 

Speaks a word or phrase (if a

 

pronunciation is available).

cap

Shifts to type capital letters.

FN

Shifts to allow prev, next, page

 

up, page down. With number

 

keys, types special characters.

borrar/clear Clears or cancels the current operation and reverts back to the last working prompt, screen, or menu. For example, clears the calculator.

back

Backs up, erases a letter, or turns

 

 

off the highlight at an entry.

enter =

Enters a word, selects an item,

 

 

submits a response, or begins

 

 

selection mode in an entry.

?*

 

At a word entry screen, types a ?

 

 

to stand for an unknown letter in

 

 

a word.

 

 

While in text, cycles screen type

 

 

size (small, medium, large),

 

 

overriding the text size settings.

 

 

Adjusts the sound volume.

 

 

 

 

At entry screens, types a space.

Combination Keys

Hold the first key while pressing the second.

FN

+

/ Advances up or down one screen/

 

 

 

page at a time.

FN

+

/ In a series of entries, displays the

 

 

 

previous or next entry.

cap

+

/ At a menu, goes to the first or last

 

 

 

menu item. At an entry, goes to

 

 

 

the start or end of the entry.

FN +0-9 Types the special character

 

 

 

shown on the number key.

FN

+

Presents a menu of the following

 

 

 

special characters: ! @ # $ % ^ & *

 

 

 

( ) – /\ ; :‘“ , . ? _ = ¡ ¿ [ ]

FN

+

Displays Help instructions.

menú

 

 

cap

+

At a word entry screen, types an

?*

 

 

asterisk (*) to stand for any series

 

 

 

of unknown letters or characters

 

 

 

in a word.

Direction Keys

 

 

 

Moves up (   ), down (   ),

 

 

 

 

 

 

left (   ), or right (   ). Follow the

 

 

 

arrow: The flashing arrows on the

 

 

 

 

 

 

right of the screen show which

arrow keys you can press to move around menus or view more text.

At menus and dictionary entries, pages down.

1.4 Choosing a Message Language

The first time you turn on this device, you are prompted to choose a message language. Press A for English or pressB for Spanish. The message language is the language of prompts, help, and messages.To change the message language later, see“Changing the

Settings”.

1.5 Using the Main Menu

Use the main menu to quickly take you to different books and exercises in your device. The main menu contains five tabs: Books,

Learn, Exercises, Gamesand Tools. Useand to move to another tab. Useandto highlight the option you want and press

enter = to select it. You can also go directly to a tab by pressing the tab’s respective Soft Key.

1.6 Understanding the Menus

The Books tab enables you to look up

Spanish translations of English words and English translations of Spanish words.You can conjugate English or Spanish words and search for English or Spanish conversational phrases. You can also look up definitions and thesaurus entries of English words.

The Learn tab enables you to accessMy Word List, search for English or Spanish usage examples, and read English or Spanish grammar lessons. You can also access the

TOEFL®Test* and SAT® Spanish SubjectTestword lists and any personal dictionaries you have added to your device.

The Exercises tab allows you to access

Spelling Bee and Flashcards. You can try both exercises using English words saved to My Word Listand those found in theTOEFL®Test word list. You can also try the exercises using

Spanish words saved to My Word List and those found in the SAT® Spanish SubjectTest.

The Games tab allows you to access the five games included in your device:Hangman,

Conjumania, Word Train, Word Auctionand

Word Blaster. You can also adjust the game settings.

The Tools tab allows you to access a demonstration and tutorial of how this device works. You can also adjust the device settings.

Organizer features are also available from the

Tools tab, including a phonebook, schedule, calculator and clock.

* TOEFL and the Test of English as a Foreign Language are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS). This product is not endorsed or approved by ETS.

† SAT is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

1.7 Demonstration/Tutorial

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

Or, pressoruntil you reach theTools menu.

2. Press to select either Tutorial orDemo and pressenter = .

To stop and exit at any time press borrar/clear .

1.8 Help is Always at Hand

You can view a help message at any screen by

pressing FN

+ menú

. Press to advance to

the next line, or

FN +

to advance down to the

next page.To exit help, press back .

2. BOOKS Menu

2.1 Translating Words

The English-SpanishandSpanish-Englishdictionaries are fully bilingual. Use them to translate words between the two languages.

Try translating a Spanish word:

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2. Press or to selectMW Spanish–English Dictionary, then pressenter = .

To translate English words into Spanish select

MW English–SpanishDictionary.

Or, press LANG at the word entry screen to toggle the entry language between Spanish and English.

3. Type a word (e.g., ir).

With each letter you type, the resulting list of potential matching entries is refreshed.

Note: The following options apply to this and all other word entry screens:

To erase a letter, pressback .

To type accents, type a letter (e.g., e) and then

pressrepeatedly until the accent you want appears (e.g.,é).

• Totypeacapital,hold cap and press a letter key.

To type a number, press a number key.

To enter a special character (if permitted), hold

FN and press a number key.

For example, to enter“3-D”,type3, press

FN

+ 6 (to enter a hyphen), and then press

cap

+ D.

 

Note:You are not required to type accents or special characters.The dictionary will retrieve similar matches for you.

• Press to hear the word you typed and other entries in the list pronounced.

4.If the letters you type match a word in the list, it is automatically highlighted.

Or, pressorto select another word you see in the list.

5. Press enter = to view the translation.

Pressorto scroll extended content.

Press to hear the headword pronounced.

6. Hold FN and press or to view the next or previous entry.

7. Press borrar/clear when done.

Viewing Multiple Entries

If a search finds more than one matching entry you can easily move back and forth between the

matches. Hold FN and pressorto go to the previous or next matching entry.

Understanding Translations

Entries may consist of headwords, parts of speech, definitions, idioms, other forms, and translations. After the translation or definition, you may see a list of usage examples or conversational phrases, marked with a speaker symbol .

To hear a phrase within a dictionary entry, press

enter = to start a selection highlight, and then use the arrow keys to position the highlight over the speaker symbol of the phrase you want to hear, and

then press enter = or

to hear it.

To hear a single word within an entry

pronounced, press

enter =

to start a selection

highlight, and then use the arrow keys to

position the highlight over any word, and

then press

to hear it. Press enter = to

view the new word’s definition/translation.

Explanation of Genders

Spanish nouns are different from English nouns in that they must either be masculine or feminine.

Each definition of a noun indicates which gender it is with m orf.

Misspelling Words

If you enter a misspelled word, a list of corrections appears. Pressorto select the word you want

and then press enter = to see its entry.To go back to the corrections list, pressback .

2.2 Hearing Words

This dictionary will pronounce the words that appear on almost any screen—indefinitions, thesaurus entries, spell correction lists,

English/Spanish word lists, and games.When you want to hear how a word is pronounced, select it and press .Try the example below.

Note: Words cannot be pronounced in Usage

Examples, Grammar Guides, Confusables lists, and certain other locations.

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2. Press or to selectMW Spanish–English Dictionary, then pressenter = .

3.Type a word (e.g., teléfono).

4.Pressto hear it pronounced.

5.

Press

enter =

to see its translation entry.

6.

Press

 

to hear the headword

 

pronounced.

 

7.

Press

enter =

to enter word selection mode.

8.Press the direction keys to position the highlight cursor on a word or phrase (marked by ) you want to hear.

9.Pressto hear the pronunciation.

10.Press borrar/clear when done.

2.3 Selecting Words in Other

Entries

Another way to look up and learn new words is to select them from within other entries or word lists. You can then find their translations or add them to word lists. Note:This feature may not be available on all screens.

1. At a text screen supporting word selection, press enter = to enter selection mode.

If the first word on the screen is now highlighted, this feature is supported.

2. Press , , , or to select an available word you want to learn.

To exit select mode, press back .

To... Press...

hear the word pronounced

 

define the word

enter =

add the word to My Word List

LIST

3. Press borrar/clear when done.

2.4 Matchmaker List

If you are uncertain about how to spell a word, type the portion of the word you do know, and type a question mark (?) in place of each unknown letter.Type an asterisk (*) to stand for any missing portion of a word, including prefixes, suffixes, spaces, symbols, or any number of letters.Note: If you type an asterisk at the beginning of a word, it may take additional time to find matching words.

1.At any word entry screen, type known letters, a ? in place of each unknown letter, and a * in place of any string of unknown characters.

For example, in the MW English Dictionary, type“m?cro*”.

To type an asterisk, hold down cap and press

 

?* .

 

2.

Press

enter = .

3.

Press

to select a word from the list and

 

press

enter = to view its entry.

4.

Press borrar/clear when done.

2.5 Inflections/Conjugations

Inflections and conjugations show changes in a word’s gender, tense, number, person, and other subtle variations.This device includes extensive inflections of Spanish and English nouns, adjectives, and other words. It also includes advanced verb conjugations, which include translations of verb tenses.

Follow these steps using the example word(s) suggested or with your own word(s) on any screen that shows the CONJ soft key.This includes any dictionary word entry screen, definition/translation screen, grammar guide, etc.

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2. Pressorto selectEnglish Conjugations or

Spanish Conjugations. Press enter = .

Press LANG at the word entry screen to toggle the entry language between Spanish and English.

3. Type a word and press CONJ.

For English, try“cold”to view its noun and adjective inflections; try“go”to view its conjugated verb forms.“Go”will show multiple parts of speech and multiple translations. Choose whichever one you like.

For Spanish, try“mejor”to view its adjective inflections;“amor”to view its masculine noun inflections; and“creer”to view its conjugated verb forms. If prompted, choose one of the two translations for“creer”.

4. To make these conjugation choices, press orand then pressenter = .

Translationsappearwitheachverbinflection.

Note: Because some words have different parts of speech or multiple translations, you may wish to look up the word in

the Spanish-EnglishorEnglish-Spanishdictionary first, by pressingDICT at the word entry screen, and then pressCONJ.

5.Pressorto scroll.

6.Press MORE or hold FN and pressrepeatedly to view more inflections.

If the word is a noun, an adjective, or another modifier, then there won’t be any other inflections.

7.Press CLOSE to exit the list of inflections.

8.Press borrar/clear when done.

Grammar Help

When viewing inflections, press FN + menú

to go directly to a short grammar lesson with usage examples detailing how to use each inflection. If you are unfamiliar with inflections, it may be helpful to re-examinesome inflected forms of words in your own native language first. Some examples for both English and Spanish are given above.

Verb Conjugations

The following table lists the verb tenses conjugated in each language.

Available Spanish tenses:

 

• Present

• Preterite Anterior

 

• Imperfect

• Future Perfect

 

• Preterite

• Conditional Perfect

 

• Future

• Present Perfect

 

 

Subjunctive

 

• Conditional

• Pluperfect Subjunctive

 

• Present Subjunctive

•PluperfectSubjunctive2

 

• Imperfect Subjunctive

• Imperative

 

•ImperfectSubjunctive2

• Present Progressive

 

• Present Perfect

• Past Progressive

 

• Pluperfect

 

Available English tenses:

 

 

 

 

 

• Present Indicative

• Future Perfect

 

• Present Progressive

• Pluperfect

 

• Preterite

• Present Conditional

 

• Past Progressive

• Past Conditional

 

• Future

• Imperative

 

• Present Perfect

 

2.6 Conversational Phrases

Quickly find translations of the most common

English and Spanish conversational phrases in categories such as Emergencies, Business Communication, Shopping, andWeather.

Browsing Through Phrases

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2.Pressorto select English Conversational Phrasesor Spanish Conversational Phrases,

then press enter = .

3. Pressorto select a category and pressenter = .

Pressorto select a subcategory, if needed,

 

and press

enter = .

4.

Press or

to select the phrase you want to

 

translate and then press enter =

Press

to hear the first phrase

listed on the screen.To hear the second (translated) phrase, press the HEAR 2ND soft key.

5.Press the PREV or NEXT soft keys to view or hear the previous or next phrase in the category.

6.Press borrar/clear when done.

Searching for a Phrase

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2.Pressorto select English Conversational Phrasesor Spanish Conversational Phrases,

then press enter = .

3. Pressorto select a category, and pressenter = .

Pressorto select a subcategory, to narrow

your search, and press enter = .

Press LANG to toggle the language for the phrases between Spanish and English.

4.Press SEARCH.

5.At the “Find” prompt, type a keyword in the phrase you would like to translate and press

enter = .

For example, type“direction”to yield the driving phrase“Did you bring the directions?”and other matching phrases

Note:Donotenter?or* for phrase searches.

Note: If your search returns no matches, try other forms of the word, including the root word, if you typed an inflected form.

6.

Press

or to select one of the matching

 

phrases and press enter = .

Press

to hear the first phrase

listed on the screen.To hear the second (translated) phrase, press the HEAR 2ND soft key.

7.Press the PREV or NEXT soft keys to view or hear the previous or next phrase in the list of search results.

8.Press borrar/clear when done.

2.7 Using the English Dictionary

You can look up definitions of English words using the English Dictionary.

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2. Pressorto selectThe MW English

Dictionary, then pressenter = .

3. Type a word (e.g., poignant).

The same keys and options available for word entry in the main translation dictionaries apply here.

4. Press enter = to view the definition.

Press THES to view the thesaurus entry, if available.

Pressorto scroll.

5. Hold FN and pressorto view the previous or next definition.

6. Press borrar/clear when done.

Confusables

Confusables are homonyms, homophones and spelling variants that are easy to confuse, e.g. rain,reign, andrein. If the word you looked up is a confusable, theCONF soft key will appear. PressCONF to view the confusables.

Selecting Words

You can select words in the English Dictionary, add them to My English Word List, and hear their pronunciations the same way you did in the

English-SpanishandSpanish-Englishdictionaries, but you will only be able to look them up within the

English Dictionary or FranklinThesaurus.

2.8 Using the Franklin

Thesaurus

View synonyms, classmates (related words), idioms, antonyms, and other expressions for an English word using the FranklinThesaurus.

1. Press menú .

The Books menu appears.

2. Use

or to select Franklin Thesaurus, then

press

enter = .

3. Type a word (e.g., splendid).

The same keys and options available for word entry in the main translation dictionaries apply here.

4. Press enter = to view the thesaurus entry.

Press DICT to view the English Dictionary entry, if available.

Pressorto scroll.

6. Hold FN and press or to view the previous or next thesaurus entry.

7. Press borrar/clear when done.

Understanding Thesaurus Entries

A thesaurus entry consists of the headword, its part of speech, and a brief definition followed by one or more synonyms, antonyms, classmates, or idioms. Synonyms are words that have similar meanings, e.g.happy/joyous.Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings, e.g.happy/ miserable.Classmates are words that are related to the headword, e.g.octagon/triangle; rectangle;

pentagon.... Finally,idioms are phrases that extend the ordinary use of the word.

3. LEARN Menu

3.1 My Word List

As you explore new words, save them in either My English Word List orMy Spanish Word List for personal study or review.

Adding Words Directly

1.

Press

menú

and then press LEARN.

2.

Press

or

to select My English Word Listor

 

My Spanish Word List. Press enter = .

3.

Press ADD.

 

4.

Type a word, and press enter = .

Spanish words are automatically added to the list.

When you type an English word, a list is displayed of the dictionaries in which your word appears—EN(English Dictionary) or ES (MWEnglish-SpanishDictionary). If the option appears in italics the translation for that word is already saved to the list.

Note: If the word you typed is not found in any dictionary on the device you see a list of possible corrections.

5.Pressorto select the entry you want to add to your list.

6.Press SAVE to add the word.

7.Press CLOSE when done.

Adding Words from a Dictionary

You can add words to My Word List from any dictionary or thesaurus in your device.

1. Press menú .

You see the Books menu.

2. Use or

to select a dictionary or thesaurus,

then press

enter = .

Press LANG at the word entry screen to toggle the entry language between Spanish and English.

English words will be added to My English Word List; Spanish words will be added toMy Spanish Word List.

3.Type the word you want to look up and add to your word list.

4.Press LIST.

Add “word” to word list?, Go to My English/ Spanish Word List, and Cancelappear in a

 

menu. Press

or

to make a selection,

 

and press

enter = . A message will confirm

 

your entry was added.

You can also press

enter = to view the

 

dictionary entry and then press LIST to see

 

your options.

 

 

5.

Press CLEAR when done.

Viewing Word Lists

1.

Press

menú

and then press LEARN.

2.

Press

or

to select My English Word Listor

 

My Spanish Word List. Press enter = .

The number of entries appears at the top right of the screen.

3. Pressorto select an entry.

You can also type the first few letters of a word to go directly to that part of the list.

4.

Press

enter = to view its translation.

5.

Press CLOSE when done.

Deleting Words

1.

Press

menú

and then press LEARN.

2.

Press

or

to select My English Word Listor

 

My Spanish Word List. Press enter = .

The number of entries appears at the top right of the screen.

3. Pressorto select an entry.

You can also type the first few letters of a word to go directly to that part of the list.

4.Press DELETE to remove the highlighted entry.

• You are asked to confirm the deletion. Yes is highlighted. Pressenter = to delete the

word. Press

to highlight No and then

press enter =

to cancel the deletion.

5. To delete all words, press DEL ALL.

• You are asked to confirm the deletion. No is highlighted. Pressenter = to cancel the

deletion. Pressto highlightYes and then

press enter = to erase the list.Note: Only the current list is erased.

6. Press CLEAR when done.

3.2 Finding Usage Examples

Your device includes a helpful feature that locates usage examples and their translation.

1. Press menú and then press LEARN.

2.Pressorto selectEnglish Usage Examples orSpanish Usage Examples.

Press enter = .

Press LANG to toggle between Spanish and English Usage Examples.

3.Pressorto scroll through the list of keywords.

You can also type the first few letters of a word to go directly to that part of the list. For example, type terr to jump toterrain (English list) orterreno (Spanish list).

4. Pressto select the word and pressenter = .

A list of usage examples for that keyword appears.

5.Pressorto scroll through the list of usage examples.

6. Press enter = to select a usage example.

Its translation appears.

7.Press DICT to view the definition for the original keyword.

Or, press SEARCH to enter another keyword.

Press NEXT orPREV to go to the next or previous usage example.

8. Press borrar/clear ormenú when done.

3.3 Grammar Guides

Your device includes essential English and Spanish grammar lessons covering parts of speech, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, style, and usage.

To access the Grammar Guides directly:

1. Press menú and then press LEARN.

2. Pressorto selectGrammar Guides. Pressenter = .

3.Pressorto select a source and target language. For example, to view the Spanish

Grammar Guide in English, select Spanish

Grammar Guide (English). Press enter = .

4. Pressorto select the topic you want to study and then pressenter = .

5.If necessary, select a sub-topicand pressenter = .

6.Pressorto read.

If a topic contains a quiz to help you review the rules described in that topic, the QUIZ soft key will be displayed. PressQUIZ to start a new

quiz. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the quiz.To exit the quiz, press CLOSE.

7. Press FN +orto view the next or previous topic.

8.Press back to return to the list of topics.

9.Press borrar/clear ormenú when done.

Accessing Grammar from an Inflection Screen

You can also access grammar information from inflection screens. For information on how to access inflections, please see“Inflections/Conjugations”.

While viewing inflections, hold FN and then

press menú . Grammar information for the current part of speech or verb tense is displayed.

3.4 Using the Word Lists

TOEFL® Test Word List

TheTOEFL®TestWord List contains English words you might find on theTest of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®Test).

1.

Press

menú

and then press LEARN.

2.

Press

or

to select TOEFL® Test Word List,

 

then press

enter = .

Pressorto scroll through theTOEFL®Test Word List.You can also type a letter to go

to the first word beginning with that letter.

For example, type col and pressto selectcollaborate.

3. Press enter = to view its English definition.

4. Press back to return to the list.

SAT® Spanish Word List

The SAT® SpanishWord List contains Spanish words you might find on the SAT® Spanish SubjectTest.

1.

Press

menú

and then press LEARN.

2.

Press

or

to select SAT® Spanish Word List,

 

then press

enter = .

Pressorto scroll through the SAT® Spanish Word List.You can also type a letter to go to the first word beginning with that letter. For example, typegre and pressto selectgremio.

3. Press enter = to view its translation.

4. Press back to return to the list.

3.5 Using Personal Dictionaries

Use the Personal Dictionary feature to view any

.csv formatted personal dictionaries that you have imported to your device from a PC. For more information about importing dictionaries to your device, please see“Copying Files toYour Device”.

1. Press menú and then press LEARN.

2. Pressto selectPersonal Dictionary and then pressenter = .

Any .csv files you have imported to your device appear in a list.

3. Pressorto select the dictionary you want to

view and then press enter = .

You see the list of entries contained in the selected dictionary.

4. Press or to select the entry you want to view.

You can also type letters to go directly to that part of the list. With each letter you type, the resulting list of potential matching entries is refreshed.

5.

Press

enter =

to view the selected entry.

6.

Press CLOSE or borrar/clear when done.

4. EXERCISES Menu

 

4.1 Spelling Bee

1.

Press

menú

and then press EXER.

2.

Press

or

to select the version you

 

want and then press enter = .

There are four (4) versions to choose from, each drawing words from a separate word list. You should have several words entered in My English Word List orMy Spanish Word List before using those lists.

This Spelling Bee...

...uses words from:

 

 

MyEnglishSpellingBee

My EnglishWord List

 

 

MySpanishSpellingBee

My SpanishWord List

 

 

TOEFL®Test Spelling Bee

TOEFL®TestWord List

 

 

SAT®SpanishSpellingBee

SAT® SpanishWord List

 

 

3. A word is pronounced.

• Think about how the word is spelled.

4. Type in the word you just heard and press enter = to see if you spelled it correctly.

• If you see the message,“Incorrect, try again,”press to hear the word again before making another attempt to spell the word. Press HINT to show the word briefly on the screen.

5.The round ends when you enter the correct word or when you press QUIT.

Press LOOKUP to see the translation or definition of the word. Pressback to return to the exercise.

6.Press NEW to hear a new word.

7.Press END or borrar/clear when done.

4.2 Flashcards

1.

Press

menú

and then press EXER.

2.

Press

or

to select the version you

 

want and then press enter = .

There are four (4) variations to choose from, each drawing words from a separate word list. You should have several words entered in My English Word List orMy Spanish Word List before using those lists.

enter =

This Flashcards...

...uses words from:

 

 

MyEnglishFlashcards

My EnglishWord List

 

 

MySpanishFlashcards

My SpanishWord List

 

 

TOEFL®Test Flashcards

TOEFL®TestWord List

 

 

SAT®SpanishFlashcards

SAT® SpanishWord List

3.A word will be displayed on the screen for you to study, define, and translate.

If you can recite the definition or translation, press NEW to continue to the next word.

4. To review the definition, press LOOKUP.

Advanced learners will be able to recite the definition in their native language and translate the word as well.

Note:Words from the Merriam-WebsterEnglish Dictionary, Franklin Thesaurus, and TOEFL® Test Word Listdo not display translations.

Press back to return to the exercise.

5.Press NEW to view a new word.

6.Press END or borrar/clear when finished.

5. GAMES Menu

You have five (5) fun word games to choose from, with five (5) skill levels, based on one of seven (7) word lists you can choose from.

5.1 Changing Game Settings

Before you play, configure the game settings.

1. Press menú and then press GAMES.

You see Game Settings is already highlighted in the Games menu.

2.

Press

enter = .

3.

At the “Game Words” setting, press to

 

expand the menu of choices.

4.

Press

or to select the source you want,

and then press enter = .

You can play with English words from the English-Spanishdictionary, the English dictionary, theTOEFL®TestWord List andMy English Word List.

You can play with Spanish words from the Spanish-Englishdictionary, the SAT® Spanish Word List andMy Spanish Word List.

5.

Press

or

to move

 

 

 

to Skill Level.

6.

At the “Skill Level” setting, press to

 

expand the menu of choices.

7.

Press

or

to select a skill level, and

 

then press

enter = .

8.

Press

back

when done.

5.2 Selecting a Game

In the Games menu, press or

to select the

game of your choice and press

enter = .

5.3 Game Instructions

During any game you can read instructions by pressing FN + . You can sometimes receive a hint by pressingHINT.

Note: PressEND to reveal the game word. If you reveal the game word, you lose the round.PressQUIT to stop playing any game.

6. TOOLS Menu

6.1 Using Phonebook, Schedule

and Memo

Adding Entries

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

2.

Press

or to select Phonebook, Scheduleor

 

Memo and then pressenter = .

3.Press NEW.

4.Enter the appropriate information in the available fields.

Press or enter = to advance to the next field.

To erase a letter, press back .

To type accents, type a letter (e.g., e) and then press

repeatedly until the accent you want appears

(e.g., é).

• Totypeacapital,hold cap and press a letter key.

To type a number, press a number key.

To enter a special character (if permitted), hold FN and press a number key.

You can also hold FN and then pressto view a menu of special characters. Use the direction keys

to select one and press enter = .

In schedule or memo records, presswhen required to open apop-upmenu. In schedule records, this includes selecting the type of event, the time of the event and whether or not to set an alarm. In memos, this includes selecting a date. Use the navigation buttons to select your settings and

then press enter = .

5. When done, press SAVE to add the entry.

Press CLOSE to exit without saving the entry. You are asked to confirm the exit.Yes is highlighted.

 

Press

enter =

to exit without saving. Press to

 

highlight No and then pressenter = to cancel the

 

exit.

 

 

Viewing Entries

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

2.

Press

or

to select Phonebook, Scheduleor

 

Memo and then pressenter = .

3.

Press

or

to select an entry.

4.

Press

enter = to view the selected entry.

5.

Press

or

to scroll through the available

 

fields.

 

 

If a field contains to omuch information than can fit on the screen, it will display in a pop-upbox while that field is highlighted.

Press EDIT orDELETE to edit or delete the current entry.

Press CLOSE to exit.

Editing Entries

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

2.

Press

or to select Phonebook, Scheduleor

 

Memo and then pressenter = .

3.Pressorto select an entry.

4.Press EDIT to edit the selected entry.

5.Make your changes just as you would when adding an entry.

• Pressorenter = to advance to the next field.

Pressorto move the cursor.To erase a letter, pressback .

6. Press SAVE when done.

PressCLOSE to exit without saving any changes.

Deleting Entries

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

2.

Press

or to select Phonebook, Scheduleor

 

Memo and then pressenter = .

3.Pressorto select an entry.

4.Press DELETE to remove the selected entry.

You are asked to confirm the deletion. No is

highlighted. Press enter = to cancel the deletion. Pressto highlightYes and then pressenter = to delete the word.

5. To delete all entries, press DEL ALL.

You are asked to confirm the deletion. No is

 

highlighted. Press enter = to cancel the deletion.

 

Press

to highlight Yes and then pressenter =

to

 

erase the list.

 

 

 

6.2 Class Schedule

 

 

Adding Classes

 

 

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

 

2.

Press

or

to select Class Schedule and then

 

press

enter = .

 

 

3.

Hold

FN

and then press

or to set the tab

 

to the desired day of the week. Then press

or

 

to select one of the 12 preset blocks of time in

 

AM, PM, or Night.

 

 

4.

Press EDIT to add a class.

 

 

5.

Type a class name and press

enter = .

 

Press DETAILS to add a teacher, address, and memo.

Press or enter = to advance to the next field.

To erase a letter, press back .

To type accents, type a letter (e.g., e) and then press

repeatedly until the accent you want appears

(e.g., é).

• To type a capital, hold cap and press a letter key.

To type a number, press a number key.

To enter a special character (if permitted), hold

FN and press a number key.

• You can also hold FN

and then press to view

a menu of special characters. Use the direction keys

to select one and press

enter = .

Press SAVE when you are finished adding details.

6. Continue adding classes until your class schedule is complete, then press SAVE.

Press DEL ALL to delete all classes. You are asked to confirm the deletion.Cancel is highlighted.

Press enter = to cancel the deletion. Pressto

highlight OK and then pressenter = to erase the schedule.

Press PASSWD to assign a password to your Class

Schedule. Please see“Using a Password”.

Viewing Your Schedule

1. Hold FN and then press or to change days.

2. Pressorto scroll through the schedule.

3. Press enter = or DETAILS to view any details of the highlighted class, then pressback to return to the schedule.

6.3 Using a Password

You can use a password to prevent unauthorized access to the phonebook, schedule, memos and class schedule. Warning! Always write the password in a safe, separate location.To protect your information, please make regular copies of your data on your PC. For more information on backing up and restoring your data, please see“Copying Files toYour Device”.

1.

Press

menú and then press TOOLS.

2.

Press

or to select Phonebook, Schedule,

 

Memo or Class Scheduleand then press enter = .

3.

Press PASSWD.

Note: Each protected feature uses its own unique password.

4. At the prompt, type a password of up to eight characters and press enter = .

For security, each character will appear as *.

5. Re-enterthe same password and press CONFIRM orenter = .

If the passwords do not match, you must start over. The password you set will be requested whenever the Phonebook (or other protected feature) is selected.

6. To change the password, repeat Steps 1-5.

• To disable the password, press enter = at both password prompts.

6.4 Timer

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2.Pressorto selectTimer and then pressenter = .

3.Press EDIT.

4. Type a title and press enter = .

A calendar is displayed.

5. Use the direction keys to select a date (day, month, and year) and then press enter = .

TheTimer screen will then display how long it will be until the day of the event.

6. Press CLOSE when finished.

6.5 Stopwatch

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2.Pressorto selectStopwatch and then pressenter = .

3.When ready, press START to begin timing.

The stopwatch begins counting time in hundredths of a second (HH:MM:SS.ss).

4. Press PAUSE to allow for adjustments.

For example, a time-out,caution flag, or other

non-eventpause. PressCONTINUE when ready to resume where the stopwatch left off.

5.Press LAP as the participant reaches the end of each lap or portion of the event.

• Up to six (6) split times are recorded.

6.Press PAUSE to view the final time.

7.Press RESET to start over again.

6.6 Using the Clock

The clock displays both home time and world time in your selected format. You can use the clock to check the time in different cities around the world.

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2. Pressorto selectClock and then pressenter = .

The current time and date is displayed for the selected home and world cities.

3. Press CLOSE when done.

Setting the Date and Time

1.While viewing the clock, press SETUP.

2.Adjust the date and time for your home city.

Pressorto change the current setting.

Pressorto move between the fields.

3. Press SAVE when done.

Press CLOSE to exit without saving any changes.

Changing Cities

1. Press CITY.

The home city is highlighted.

2.

Press enter = to change the home city.

Or you can press and then press enter = to

 

change the world city.

A menu of cities is displayed.

3.Pressorto highlight the city you want.

You can also type the first few letters of a city name to go directly to that part of the list.

Press back to exit without selecting a new city.

4. Press enter = to select the highlighted city.

The new city will be displayed, along with the appropriate time for that new city.

5. Press SAVE when done.

Press CLOSE to exit without saving any changes.

6.7 Calculator

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2.Pressto selectCalculator and then pressenter = .

3.Type a number.

Enter up to 14 total digits, including special characters.To type a decimal, press T(.).To change the sign of a number, pressE(+/-).

4.Press a math function key.

5.Type another number.

6. Press enter = .

Or press R(%) to calculate a percentage.

• To repeat a calculation, press enter = again.

To calculate ...

Press ...

reciprocals

A(1/x)

squares

D(x2)

square roots

S(√x)

7. Press borrar/clear or AC to start over again at 0.

Using the Calculator Memory

To demonstrate the calculator memory, try the following equation: (32 x 12) - (8 x 8) = 320

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2.Pressto selectCalculator and then pressenter = .

3.Press L(mc) to clear the calculator memory, if necessary.

Press AC to clear all calculations.

4.Type 32, press I(x), type12, and then pressenter = .

5.Press G(m+) to add the result to memory.

M indicates a number is stored in memory.

6.Type 8, press I(x), type8, and then pressenter = .

7.Press H(m-)to subtract the result from the number stored in memory.

8.Press K(mr) to retrieve the new number from memory:320.

9.Press CLOSE to close the calculator.

Press AC to clear all calculations. Pressborrar/clear to reset the calculator to zero (0). Press

borrar/clear again to when done.

6.8 Using the Metric Converter

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2.Pressto selectMetric Converter and then pressenter = .

3.Pressorto select a conversion category.

4.Pressorto select a unit of measure.

5.Type a number.

As you type, the other units display their converted

values.To type a decimal, press T(.). Useback to delete a number.

6.Press borrar/clear or NEW to reset all values and perform another conversion.

6.9 Currency Converter

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

2. Pressto selectCurrency Converter and then pressenter = .

3.Pressorto select a currency.

4.Type the amount you have in the highlighted currency.

The amount you type is automatically converted to the listed currencies according to the saved exchange rates.

5. Press NEW or borrar/clear to clear a conversion.

Adjusting Exchange Rates

1.Press SETUP.

2.Pressorto select an exchange rate you want to change.

Each exchange rate is based upon the equivalant to 1 US Dollar.

3. Press borrar/clear to clear the selected rate.

4.Enter a new exchange rate.

5.Adjust as many rates as you want.

6.Press SAVE.

Press CLOSE to exit without saving your changes.

Press DEFAULT to reset all exchange rates to their default values.

6.10 Changing the Settings

At any time, you may adjust basic settings for your device using the steps below:

1. Press menú and then press TOOLS.

Or, pressoruntil you reach theTools menu.

2. Settings is already selected. Pressenter = .

3.Pressorto moveto one of the following settings:

Shutoff determines how long your product stays on if no key is pressed.

Contrast determines how dark or light the screen is.

Type Size determines the size of screen type.

Learn a Word determines whether or not you see a word every time you turn on your device.

Message language (Idioma de los mensajes) determines if your device displays English or Spanish prompts, help, and messages.

4. Pressorto change the setting.

Your changes are automatically saved. Pressor

to moveto adjust other settings.

5. Press back when finished.

Learn a New Word

The Learn a Word setting helps increase your

Spanish or English vocabulary. Each time the device starts, you will be greeted with an entry and its translation. Press LIST to save the word toMy Word List for further study.

6.11 Audio Settings

Your device has a built-inspeaker. If you prefer, headphones can be plugged into the headphone jack (see“UnderstandingYour Device”).

To adjust the volume, press

 

, then

 

 

pressorto adjust it softer(–)or louder (+).

7. Resetting Your Product

If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the screen performs erratically, perform a system reset by following the steps below.

1.Hold CLEAR and press.

• If nothing happens, try Step 2.

2.Use a paper clip to gently press the reset button on your unit.

The reset button is recessed in a pin-sizedhole on the back of your device.

Warning! Pressing the reset button with more than light pressure may permanently disable your product. In addition, resetting the product erases settings and information entered in itsbuilt-inbooks.

8. PC Connections

8.1 Connecting Your Device

Your device has a built-inUSB port.When looking at the keyboard, the USB port is on the left side of your device.

1.Turn on your device.

2.Connect the wide end of a USB cable to a USB port on your PC and the smaller end to the USB port on your device.

You see a“Franklin connects”icon on the screen of your device when it is properly connected to your

PC.The keyboard on your device is now disabled.

The first time you plug your device into your PC, software drivers must install.This happens automatically. When the drivers are installed your PC will let you know that your device is ready to

use. A window may also be opened displaying the available folders on your device. If you need to find it, look for a drive labeled“Removable Disk”.

8.2 Copying Files to Your Device

Your device is not limited to the books it comes with. You can transfer personal dictionaries. You can also save copies of your data to another location on your PC to backup important information.

Try copying a personal dictionary to your device.

1. Make sure your device is connected to your PC.

• See“ConnectingYour Device”for more information.

2.On your PC, use Windows Explorer to find the drive labelled “Removable Disk” and doubleclick it to open it.

3.Double-click“PersonalDict” to open that folder.

4.Navigate on your PC to where you store .csv files.

• Or you can create a custom dictionary using a spreadsheet or database application. Note: Custom dictionaries should be created with the following structure:

word-1

definition for word-1

 

 

word-2

definition for word-2

 

 

...

...

 

 

Important: When you save the file, please be sure to select“CSV (comma delimited) (*.csv)” format.

The file name you give the file is exactly how it will display on your device.

5.Right-clickthe .cvs file you want to copy to your device and then click “Copy” from thepop-upmenu.

6.Right-clickin the“PersonalDict”window and then click“Paste”from thepop-upmenu.

7.Repeat steps 4 through 6 to copy additional files to your device.

8.Close the open folders.

9.Unplug the USB cable from your PC and the device

10.

Press

menú and then press LEARN.

11.

Press

to highlight Personal Dictionaryand

 

then press enter = .

8.3 About Your Device Folders

When you access your device on your PC, an assortment of folders are available to you depending on which features you have used.

Remember,“PersonalDict”is always the location to save any .csv formatted personal dictionaries so they appear on your device.

Any other available folders will contain the saved material from My Word List, the Phonebook and other features.

8.4 Backing Up Your Data

Because you have access to the folders in which any information you enter is saved, you can backup this important information on your PC. While your device is connected to your PC, right-clickany or all of those folders and then click“Copy”. Find a location on your PC where you want to save this information,right-clickin that window and then click“Paste”to save the information.

8.5 Restoring Your Data

If you accidentally erase information or it is lost while replacing the batteries, you can restore any important information you have previously saved to your PC. Connect your device to your PC. Next, find the location on your PC where you saved a backup copy of your information. Right-clickon those

files or folders and click“Copy”. Click the window containing your device’s folders, right-clickand then click“Paste”from thepop-upmenu.You can thenre-accessyour previously saved information.

9. Additional Information

9.1 Specifications

Model BES-2110:Merriam-WebsterSpeaking SpanishEnglish Dictionary

Batteries: two AAA

Size: 102 x 76 x 19.5 mm (4 x 3 x 0.8 in)Weight: 155 g (5.5 oz)

©2002-2012FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS, INC. Burlington, N.J.08016-4907U.S.A

©1998-2004Merriam-Webster,Incorporated

All rights reserved.

ISBN 978-1-59074-682-0

9.2 Recycling and Disposal

Device Disposal

This device should be disposed through your

local electronic product recycling system – do

not throw into the trash bin.

Packaging Disposal

Please save this User’s Guide and all packing materials, as they contain important information. In case of disposal, please refer to your local recycling system.

Battery Disposal

Do not dispose of batteries with normal household waste. Please obey your local regulations when disposing of used

batteries.

This unit may change operating modes, lose information stored in memory, or fail to respond due to electrostatic discharge or electrical fast transients. Normal operation of this unit may be re-establishedby pressing the reset key, by

pressing

, or by removing and replacing

the batteries.

9.3 License Agreement (U.S. only)

READTHIS LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE USINGTHE PRODUCT.YOUR USE OFTHE PRODUCT DEEMSTHAT YOU ACCEPTTHETERMS OFTHIS LICENSE. IFYOU DO NOT AGREEWITHTHESETERMS,YOU MAY RETURNTHIS PACKAGEWITH PURCHASE RECEIPTTOTHE DEALER FROMWHICHYOU PURCHASEDTHE PRODUCT AND YOUR PURCHASE PRICEWILL BE REFUNDED. PRODUCT means the software product and documentation found in this package and FRANKLIN means Franklin Electronic

Publishers, Inc.

Limited Use License

All rights in the PRODUCT remain the property of FRANKLIN.Through your purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a personal and nonexclusive license to use this PRODUCT. You may not make any copies of the PRODUCT or of the data stored therein at the time of purchase, whether

in electronic or print format. Such copying would be in violation of applicable copyright laws. Further, you may not modify, adapt, disassemble, decompile, translate, create derivative works of, or in any way reverse engineer the PRODUCT.You may not export or reexport, directly or indirectly, the PRODUCT without compliance with appropriate governmental regulations.The PRODUCT

contains Franklin’s confidential and proprietary information which you agree to take adequate steps to protect from unauthorized disclosure or use.This license is effective until terminated by Franklin.This license terminates immediately without notice from FRANKLIN if you fail to comply with any provision of this license.

9.4 FCC Notice

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2)This device must accept any interference received,

including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE:This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in

a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

–Reorientor relocate the receiving antenna.

–Increasethe separation between the equipment and receiver.

–Connectthe equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

–Consultthe dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

NOTE:This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance.

NOTE:The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

9.5 Product Care

Your device is designed to be light, compact and durable. However, it is an electronic device and must be treated carefully. Putting unneccessary pressure on it or striking the device against other objects can cause damage.

To avoid damage to your device, please:

Keep the lid closed when you are not using it.This will protect the screen from being broken, scratched or marred in any way.

Do not drop, crush, bend, or apply excessive force to the device.

Donotexposeyourdevicetomoisture,extremeor prolonged heat, cold, humidity, or other adverse conditions. Avoid storing it in damp, humid or wet places. It is not waterproof.

Clean the device by spraying a mild glass cleaner onto a cloth and wipe its surface. Do not spray liquids directly on your device.

Should the device’s display glass break, properly dispose of the product avoiding contact with your skin, then wash your hands immediately.

Please keep screen protectors and plastic bags away from babies and children to avoid danger of suffocation.

10. Warranty Information

10.1 Disclaimer of Warranties

Except as specifically provided herein, Franklin makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, with respect to this product.

10.2 Limited Warranty (U.S. only)

LIMITED WARRANTY, DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES, AND LIMITED REMEDY

FRANKLINWARRANTSTOTHE ORIGINAL PURCHASERTHATTHIS PRODUCTWILL BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1)YEAR FROMTHE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE AS EVIDENCED BY A COPY OFTHE SALES RECEIPT. THIS LIMITEDWARRANTY DOES NOT COVER DAMAGE DUETO ACTS OF GOD, ACCIDENT, MISUSE, ABUSE, NEGLIGENCE, MODIFICATION, UNSUITABLE ENVIRONMENT, OR IMPROPER MAINTENANCE.THE

SOLE OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY OF FRANKLIN, ANDTHE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDERTHIS LIMITEDWARRANTY, IS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT ATTHE SOLE OPTION OF FRANKLIN ANDTHIS REMEDY APPLIES ONLY INTHE CASE INWHICH FRANKLIN DETERMINESTHATTHE PRODUCT WAS DEFECTIVE ANDTHATTHE DEFECT AROSEWITHINTHE DURATION OFTHE LIMITEDWARRANTY.THIS REMEDY ISTHE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OFTHISWARRANTY.THISWARRANTY GIVESYOU CERTAIN RIGHTS;YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTSTHAT MAYVARY FROM JURISDICTIONTO JURISDICTION.

EXCEPTFORTHELIMITEDWARRANTYEXPRESSLYRECITEDABOVE,THIS FRANKLINPRODUCTISPROVIDEDONAN“ASIS”BASIS,WITHOUTANY OTHERWARRANTIES,EXPRESSORIMPLIED,INCLUDING,BUTNOTLIMITED TO,WARRANTIESOFMERCHANTABLEQUALITY,MERCHANTABILITY,

ORFITNESSFORAPARTICULARPURPOSE,ORTHOSEARISINGBYLAW, STATUTE,USAGEOFTRADE,ORCOURSEOFDEALING.THISWARRANTY APPLIESONLYTOPRODUCTSMANUFACTUREDBYORFORFRANKLIN ANDSPECIFICALLYDOESNOTINCLUDEBATTERIES,CORROSIONOF BATTERYCONTACTSORANYOTHERDAMAGECAUSEDBYBATTERIES. FRANKLINSHALLNOTHAVEANYLIABILITYTOTHEPURCHASERORANY OTHERPERSONORENTITYFORANYINDIRECT,INCIDENTAL,SPECIAL, ORCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGESWHATSOEVER,INCLUDING,BUTNOT LIMITEDTO,LOSSOFREVENUEORPROFIT,LOSTORCORRUPTEDDATA, OROTHERCOMMERCIALORECONOMICLOSS,EVENIFFRANKLINHAS BEENADVISEDOFTHEPOSSIBILITYOFSUCHDAMAGES,OREVENIF OTHERWISEFORESEEABLE.FRANKLINISNOTRESPONSIBLEFORCLAIMS BYATHIRDPARTY.FRANKLIN’SMAXIMUMAGGREGATELIABILITYSHALL NOTEXCEEDTHEAMOUNTPAIDFORTHEPRODUCTASEVIDENCED BYTHESALESRECEIPT.SOMESTATES/JURISDICTIONSDONOTALLOW THEEXCLUSIONORLIMITATIONOFLIABILITYFORCONSEQUENTIALOR INCIDENTALDAMAGES,SOTHEABOVELIMITATIONMAYNOTAPPLYTO

YOU.IFTHELAWSOFTHERELEVANTJURISDICTIONDONOTPERMITFULL WAIVEROFIMPLIEDWARRANTIES,THENTHEDURATIONOFIMPLIED WARRANTIESANDCONDITIONSARELIMITEDTOTHEDURATIONOFTHE EXPRESSWARRANTYGRANTEDHEREIN.

Warranty Service: If you think your product is defective, call Franklin’s Customer Service Desk, 1-800-266-5626,to request a return merchandise authorization (“RMA”) number, before returning the product (transportation charges prepaid) to:

Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Attn: Service Department

One Franklin Plaza Burlington, NJ 08016-4907

If you return a Franklin product, please include your name, address, telephone number, a brief description of the defect and a copy of your sales receipt as proof of your original date of purchase. You must also write the RMA prominently on the package if you return the product; otherwise there may be a lengthy delay in the processing of your return. Franklin strongly recommends using a trackable form of deliver to Franklin for your return.

10.3 Limited Warranty (EU and

Switzerland)

Notwithstanding the disclaimer of warranties above, this product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of defects in materials or workmanship for a period of two years from the date of purchase. It will be repaired or replaced with an equivalent product (at Franklin’s option) free of charge for any defect in workmanship or materials during that time.

This warranty explicitly excludes defects due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear and tear.This warranty does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights.

10.4 Limited Warranty (outside

U.S., EU and Switzerland)

Notwithstanding the disclaimer of warranties above, this product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. It will be repaired or replaced with an equivalent product (at Franklin’s option) free of charge for any defect in workmanship or materials during that time.

Products purchased outside the United States, the European Union and Switzerland that are returned under warranty should be returned to the original vendor with proof of purchase and description of fault. Charges will be made for all repairs unless valid proof of purchase is provided.

This warranty explicitly excludes defects due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear and tear.This warranty does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights.

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