Breaking news on Techcrunch on Google Translate's new phrase book feature. Google has created a new feature that allows you to easily create a personalized phrasebook to store away the phrases and sentences you want to memorize. This sounds as if it will become a very convenient add-on. Crucially, the feature will also help Google to significantly improve the accuracy of translations, because more people using the service means more input from users and the saving of words to the phrase book will serve to validate the corpus of key translations. Going forward, it seems likely that Google has introduced this feature with an eye to its Google Glass project so that users can start using translate as a real-time interpreter when abroad. The question you have to ask is, what will this do for people's desire to properly learn a language?