At FPMs, we have trained our system on an isolated words database, PHONEBOOK. The database contains 106 word lists, each composed of 75 or 76 words that have been pronounced by a few (typically around 11) speakers. The speakers and words are different for each word list. We have tested our system on 8 word list that did not belong to the training set. Since the lexicon is different in each of those 8 word lists, we then have the choice to recognize the 8 word lists as a whole (yielding a lexicon of 600 words) or to recognize each word list independently with a lexicon of about 75 words. In the second case, the recognition rate will be the (unweighted) average over the 8 recognition rates. So far, only a ``small'' training set (5 hours of speech) has been used (although final systems will also be trained on the ``full'' training set). The first dictionary is the one released with PHONEBOOK and contains the phonetic transcriptions of the PHONEBOOK words according to a 42-phoneme inventory. The second dictionary is the 110,000-word CMU 0.4 dictionary using 39 phonemes (a subset of the TIMIT phonemes). Some of the PHONEBOOK words that were not present in CMU 0.4 have been transcribed manually.