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Word List Creator 6

Build vocabulary, create word lists, get help with word games, and much more!

Developer:
WordListCreator.com
License:
Shareware
OS:
Other
Requirements:
Requires Microsoft .NET 2.0
Price:
$19.95
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
7/31/2006
Last Update:
10/29/2012
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Word List Creator 6 Publisher's description
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Unlock the doors of reading for your child by teaching them the most commonly used words in literature.

When you select a file or website, Word List Creator will list each unique word in order of frequency. Free on-line books at Gutenberg.org can be effortlessly transformed into vocabulary lists with the most used words appearing at the top. Transform your favorite on-line book into a complete word list that you can teach to your child. Once a word list is mastered, your child will be able to read the entire book! What else can I do with Word List Creator? Quickly create word lists from files and websites. Sort words by frequency. Solve anagrams and get hints for word games like scrabble. Analyze texts. Discover language patterns. Create and analyze parallel texts. Produce words lists based on word endings like 'ing' or 'tion'. Compare two different texts for similiarities and differences. Use regular expressions to parse specific text and patterns. View common English sight words. Translate with Translation Helper and translation memory. Extract possible vocabulary matches between two different languages. Create bigram and N-gram lists. Prepare lists for the creation of formal and controlled languages. Not satisfied? Send in your own request!