iLingo is a language pronunciation tool for your iPod. The EuroPack (French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian) normally costs $49.95 US, but for the next 7.5 hours (from the time of this writing), you can pick it up for just $12.95 US, over at MacZot.
I’ve never tried iLingo, so I can’t say how good it is, but Cnet gave it 7 out of 10. For $12.95, it’s probably worth the risk. I bought a copy but I haven’t received my download link from Maczot yet.
UPDATE: I received my iLingo installer. I’ve only played with it a little, but so far it seems to work as advertised. However, there is one thing that is a pretty big disappointment. iLingo doesn’t play nice with other notes. In fact, you can’t have any other notes if you want to use iLingo. When you install it, it moves all of your previous notes to a new folder, and moving them back doesn’t do any good. You have to uninstall iLingo (delete it’s notes) if you want to have other notes. That sucks for me, because I use Life2Go, to keep other info on my iPod.