Software assesses foreign language skills

07/20/2005 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

Schools and businesses are using software, such as the popular Ordinate program, to screen the language skills of foreign students and job applicants. Ordinate compares the candidate's fluency, pronunciation, sentence structure and vocabulary against a database with the speech patterns of about 8.5 million individuals.

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