Eurotalk is a UK company who puts out Language Software to many languages, from Native American Indian, such as Navajo, to Asian such as Japanese, and Semitic such as Hebrew.
There used to be only 3 CDs. One CD was for kids, Two CDs were for adults. Talk Now was a beginners 'barely conversational' CD for anyone who had little experience in that language, and World Talk was for the more experienced. The CD for kids was called Vocabulary Builder and is available for most languages, though sometimes it is only available special order via Eurotalk's Website as well as are many less popular languages.
Presently, there are 4 CDs. The software has been updated for versions of Mac OS X and Windows XP, and one more CD towards adults was added to the mix called Talk More. IN TALK MORE IS WHERE THE INDIVIDUAL SCRIPTS OF A LANGUAGE ARE EXPLAINED. The script is only given in Talk Now CDs so you can recognize it in print when you are in the country, and presently bonuses as for familiarity when you use Talk More after finishing with the Talk Now CD.
Talk More was introduced because of the vast difference from Talk Now(barely conversational) to World Talk(a good bit conversational). Talk More introduces any unique scripts of the language, such as Japanese Kana, and further immerses you into getting to be tolerantly conversational. Or at least understanding conversational speech.
To be frank, studying language by computer via a computer program will help you understand others, and may help you read at some point, but will not help others understand you.
So, the order is
1. Talk Now
2. Talk More
3. World Talk
All that explained, there are three primary contestants of the companies that offer various programs for learning multiple languages. Rosetta Stone, which offers online and offline programs which are very expensive, though good. Transparent Language, which offers an attempt to teach conversational language in a single program, which has annoyingly small buttons for going from one phrase or word to the next. Eurotalk, which has a three level program for many languages and a two level program for others, and a one level for the least known.
This program, Talk Now, is a good program, which generally requires headphones for decent sound output on laptops. If you are into knowing how to seriously read hebrew, check out davka, though it wouldn't hurt if you went through these first.