TotalDeletion is what is known as a Computer Assisted Language Learning program.
A teacher or parent creates tests and hints. When the test is taken, lines show where the words should be. Every time the participant types in a correct word, it appears on one of the lines.
Make new exercises by going to the Teacher menu and choosing either New Deletion, which clears the fields or Open Text File, which lets you access a pre-existing text file. Use any word processor or spreadsheet program to create an exercise. Balloon help is available to remind you of the steps.
TotalDeletion can be used for any language and for any level of language skills. It's up to the creator of the exercises to be imaginitive and knowledgeable with respect to what is constructed for the tests.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Requirements are: a Macintosh computer (PowerPC and 68040).
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