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the Spanish video aid<br />
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British holidaymakers can order a beer wherever they are in the world without pointing thanks to the world's first 'beer' translator app. The Pivo iPhone app translates the phrase 'one beer please' into 59 languages and even features videos showing correct pronunciation. Those travellers who prefer more obscure holiday destinations can learn how to order drinks in Tagalog, the second language of the Philippines, the Ghanain dialect Twi, Zulu from South Africa or Yiddish. The app, which can be downloaded from the App Store for 69p, is the brainchild of tourists Justin Amey and Ollie Hepworth from Bournemouth, Dorset, whose lack of language skills was exposed on an outing to a bar in Prague, Czech Republic.