Using audio tutorials to brush up on foreign language skills can prepare you to tackle Europe, as long as your plans hinge on having a ragingly good time at the biblioteca. Teaching you the phrases you'll actually use abroad, Not Lost In Translation.
From a boutique record label helmed by a former manager for INXS, Not ditches silly conjugations and modal verbs to "teach you the good stuff they didn't teach you in school -- the words and phrases that'll get you to a club, get you a drink and get you laid", which'll be totally guaranteed thanks to your new connection to INXS! Offering roughly 2min mp3 lessons in French, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese, and even Mandarin, things start with pickup lines ranging from earnest ("You Are Beautiful"), to clasically cheesy ("Do you come here often?"), to stuff you'd better be able to back up with those very game European women ("Can You Help Me, I'm Horny"). In the rare occurrence their foolproof lines don't work, Not also includes refusals that might be helpful to understand, like "No Thank You, I'm Not Interested" and "Please Leave Me Alone"; as you'll now understand you're getting shot down, their Swearing & Insults package should be helpful for retaliating appropriately, arming you with essentials like "Damn", "Sh*t", "She's a Bitch", and "Get F**ked", which can be paired with a question mark to fit back into the pickup lines tutorial.
For those crazy people attempting to do real things, Not also offers more-standard lessons on basic foreign travel situations, including "Greetings", "Personal Information", "Restaurant", "Well Wishes", "Shopping", and "Help & Directions", a selection of phrases you should become especially familiar with if you're ever going to find your way to that sweet biblioteca, which is like a club or something.