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Caturday edition

>Official Unofficial Rules

1. Post something in your language or request something in someone else's
B. Go to http://www.vocaroo.com/ and record yourself
iii. Post your recording and receive criticism, and critique other's.

>Obligatory English, but please do post other languages and more difficult English texts because that's the only way this will become interesting. =)

Madame Théophile had insensibly drawn nearer. Her pink nose quivered, she half closed her eyes, and her contractile claws went in and out. Little shivers ran down her spine. . . . Suddenly her back was bent like a bow, and in one vigorous, elastic bound she alighted on the perch. The parrot, perceiving the danger, promptly exclaimed in a bass voice, as solemn and deep as that of Monsieur Joseph Prudhomme, 'As tu déjeuné, Jacquot?' (Have you breakfasted, Jacquot?) This speech caused the cat to spring back in unspeakable terror. . . . All her ornithological ideas were upset.

>Bonus points if you post a voc of your cat meowing. Here's mine: http://vocaroo.com/i/s0CkKyowkcV6
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>>51063371
Ayyy just when I check if there's a thread going on
http://vocaroo.com/i/s15UcqCoIWad
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>>51063460

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0maW2qq7rQg
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>>51064053
I found a really cute cat in front of my house the other day
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post german
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I want to rate a few posters from yesterday's threads, since I didn't do it yesterday.

An Indian poster, >>51021895
Really good! Pretty much native-tier, desu. I couldn't really point out anything wrong with your pronunciation, and your flow was pretty spot on as well (although not perfect, but even most natives aren't perfect at public reading.)

>>51025881 A Russian poster whose voice I recognise for his sweet British-esque accent. Pretty much perfect, except I notice in "cheerily" you didn't quite clearly enunciate the "ly," nor did you the "t" in "gentlemen." And, in my opinion, the pace of your speech was just a teeny-tad bit too fast for a British accent, but I am American so I'd appreciate any Brits to confirm or contradict my opinion.
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>>51066779

>tfw the poker room has more posters than the Vocaroo thread
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s03d6xoxlh5V
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>>51067546
babs you fat fuck
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1PEPbRP3SPU
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>>51067546

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1PnpwnU13bD

>>51069968

Pretty good, and with a little more practise you might sound native.
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Where's the poker ?
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>>51071287
there is boker
we're chatting on tinychat because some grill can't use poker chat or something
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>>51071160
Here's a cat 4 u
What has happened to Niggel?
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>>51071437

oh, i remember that kitty. you posted him once before!

join poker to play poker, or tiny chat dot com slash daniel benjamin to voicechat desu
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>>51071952
Her*
She'll get kittens soon, hopefully

And I can't now
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Requesting things desu
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>>51071437

He's become full normie desu. You need to make an IP account if you want to bother him like I do occasionally. I told him that weekend finn misses him and he said, "unless he can provide me with a finnish qt in less than 1 hour im no dice."

QUICK, FIND HIM A FINNISH QT. ALSO FIND ME ONE PLS. PLS I'M SO LONELY.
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Become a mongol today!:

O, my God, the Magyar bless
With Thy plenty and good cheer!
With Thine aid his just cause press,
Where his foes to fight appear.
Fate, who for so long did’st frown,
Bring him happy times and ways;
Atoning sorrow hath weighed down
Sins of past and future days.
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>>51074207
http://vocaroo.com/i/s00OAwUfmGVz
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Hungarian one.
Bonus if anyone sings it.

Isten, áldd meg a magyart
Jó kedvvel, bőséggel,
Nyújts feléje védő kart,
Ha küzd ellenséggel;
Bal sors akit régen tép,
Hozz rá víg esztendőt,
Megbűnhődte már e nép
A múltat s jövendőt!
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1lP6FgNF3ve

Probably butchering the pronunciation but whatever.

Also fun fact I am about 1/3 Hungarian ethnically.
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>>51075583
I can understand it, but yea some butchering on the pronunciation, it's a solid 7/10
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Gd19gWvTMx
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>>51075583
Btw is this first try?
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>>51074152
He has forsaken us
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>>51075880
Sweet, does that mean I can be a honorary Hungolian?

>>51075937
It's second try actually, I got a bit caught up on some of the more difficult words first try.
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>>51075880
>>51075937
give me r8s!!!!!!!!!!!
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>>51078696
6/10
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>>51078756
ty senpai

i forgot >>51075932
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Sorry was busy posting cats.

>>51076149
1/4 hungolian sure.

>>51075932
It's not bad, like the first two rows were pretty good actually. The usual mispronunciation comes at the ü ű , ö ő, i í, also é like all the á, é, ő, ű, í supposed to be long vowels not short, and you cut it pretty short most of the time. Most of the s , sz thing was good tho.
5/10 nice effort

with the english one and with this one you can become 1/4 hungolian too. Welcome to the family.
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0xsUSDqX17y

Requesting polish, french or english
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>>51081032
Nice, but s is supposed be sh and sz is s. Some other minor faults, you could improve with a little practice a lot.

4/10
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http://vocaroo.com/i/s1DSjQuTZDc0

R8 my bland ass accent ples
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>>51083790
you don't really enunciate some letters, the "t"s mostly
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>>51083790
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0aBiXn3GO1x
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>>51083790
Hello, coloured gentlemen
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>>51084528
nice

post Russian
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0zIEIOae7jG tired as fuck senpai, r8
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bumping so that i can r8 later
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>>51087425

Your pronunciation is all on fleek, but I definitely noticed that you were tired haha So, besides your half-mumbling, it was quite good.
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Good morning /voc/.
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1zz1kKFWytO
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Somebody wants to take on this little text?
Haш Пoлкaн пoпaл в кaпкaн. B кaпкaн пoпaл нaш Пoлкaн.
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>>51094406
I will deliver in return.
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>>51094406
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1xbkBTGaT9t
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s07robM6uGKc
There.
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0ZgXUFSaFCX
>>51099081
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0YQFzKeed47
Ya iz not ruski
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>>51099471
>>51094406
^ oops, wrong quote.
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Buuuump
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>>51103180
Post French.
>>51099081
Where are the Anglos?
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>>51103331
A speech from Louis XIV after the death of Mazarin (it may be a bit long, so you're not foreced to read the whole of it) :

« Monsieur, je vous ai fait assembler ici, avec mes ministres et secrétaires d’Etat, pour vous dire que, jusqu’à présent, j’ai bien voulu laisser gouverner mes affaires par M. le cardinal ; il est temps que je les gouverne par moi-même : vous m’aiderez de vos conseils, quand je vous les demanderai.

« Hors le courant du Sceau, je vous prie et je vous ordonne, M. le chancelier, de ne rien sceller en commandement que par mon ordre. Et vous, mes secrétaires d’Etat, je vous défends de rien signer, pas même une sauvegarde , ni un passeport, sans mon ordre. Je vous charge de me rendre compte , chaque jour, de toute chose à moi-même, et de ne favoriser personne dans vos rôles du mois... La face du théâtre change : j’aurai d’autres principes dans le gouvernement de mon Etat, dans la régie de mes finances, et dans les négociations au dehors, que M. le cardinal. Vous savez mes volontés ; c’est à vous maintenant, messieurs, à les exécuter. »
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>>51103331
Whoops.

>>51099081
Madame Theophile would be pronounced differently since it's a French name, but we're not rating your French, so who cares.

Anyway, I'd assume you were going for an English accent there? Damn near perfect, lad. My only complaint is that "perceived" should have a longer e, like this.
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0GwOO0HSEQg
But that's a tiny error that could've just been made due to pressure.
Aside from that? Excellent. You seemed to kinda dip in and out of Standard American/English accent, but I'd say you kept the English about 75% of the time, if not higher. I might mistake you as a person who natively speaks English with an American accent trying out the English one and doing a good job, or the reverse doing a shitty one. Very, very nice indeed.

If you want a number, I give you 9.3/10.
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>>51103628
>as a person who natively speaks English with an American accent trying out the English one and doing a good job, or the reverse doing a shitty one
Just lol. Thanks for the detailed answer, dude.
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1iuoooCvi3c
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>>51092119
Pretty gud, the only problem was the s - sh sounds. 8/10
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>>51099081

http://vocaroo.com/i/s16niFfJNSGh

>Where are the Anglos?

Going back to sleep for a few hours 'cause I work night-shift.

>>51099471

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0jGeMbtI4Li

Oh one more thing I forgot to mention in the voc is that you should've also read the translation in the parenthesis.

>>51104296

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0VRhDhn5v8v
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1C6uEUJ8C5a
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0Y1QjWHstuc
>>51103436
(1st part only) http://vocaroo.com/i/s1vxWwU1mBbH
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>>51106411
9/10 , I won't give 10 because of the accent Barry, but still kinda perfect.
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>>51106411
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0L4B6lxtSPr
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>>51106877
pls witness me
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>>51106253
Slow, but otherwise very good,, the only off things are some of the vowels like Ő is too long in the end, in the word jövendŐt, it's supposed to be long but not that long. :D 7/10 , if you can speed it up and keep the pronunciation this good it's certainly a 8-9/10.

Things to improve: emphasis/accent and speed.
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>>51106877
Where did i screw up accent-wise ?
>>51106911
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1DdlROC8IHS
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gibbe me polish
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post croat
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don't post irish
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don't post danish pls
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERpGwQggj_g
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>>51112114
you just did though
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bump desu
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>>51107814
I mean you have a distinct accent. Hungarian is not spoken around the world like English, so we are not used to hear other foreign people speak Hungarian, and it's much easier to spot someone who isn't native in the language, it just sticks out. It's very hard to not speak with an accent if you try Hungarian, like you have to live here or watch constantly Hungarian media to pick up how we speak, and maybe after 1-2 years of constantly listening and using the language your accent will be less noticeable or it will be simply gone.
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Jeg har altid haft en glubsk appetit. En dag besluttede jeg mig for at deltage i en spise-konkurrence, og siden er det bare gået slag i slag, siger Adam Moran, der nu har deltaget i mere end 50 konkurrencer, ifolge Caters News Agency.
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>>51114813
I'm so sorry
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1tC4K1j4iX8
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>>51116294
7/10 pretty slow, some of it was really good
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>>51063460
holy shit i lol'd so bad
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>>51116294
wtf girl

GIRLS NEED TO FUCKING LEAVE FUCK OFF
soz cankek, 2 many grillz have ruined enough boards already

Try this you fobby /int/erantional cunts

" Cherry-Ripe, ripe, ripe, I cry,
Full and fair ones; come and buy.
If so be you ask me where
They do grow, I answer: There
Where my Julia's lips do smile; 5
There 's the land, or cherry-isle,
Whose plantations fully show
All the year where cherries grow. "

WIll suck your cock if you sing it
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>>51106411
impressed, but you need to mash the end and the start of words sometimes like latin
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>>51116294
ay, thanks for the nice conversation yesterday, you kinda left before i could say anything.
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>>51081032
>english
i cutted out the french in this short poem of an excerpt but go nuts

Wanted, wanted: Dolores Haze.
Hair: brown. Lips: scarlet.
Age: five thousand three hundred days.
Profession: none, or "starlet."
Where are you hiding, Dolores Haze?
Why are you hiding, darling?
(I talk in a daze, I walk in a maze,
I cannot get out, said the starling).
Where are you riding, Dolores Haze?
What make is the magic carpet?
Is a Cream Cougar the present craze?
And where are you parked, my car pet?
Who is your hero, Dolores Haze?
Still one of those blue-caped star-men?
Oh the balmy days and the palmy bays,
And the cars, and the bars, my Carmen!
Oh Dolores, that juke-box hurts!
Are you still dancin', darlin'?
(Both in worn levis, both in torn T-shirts,
And I, in my corner, snarlin').
Happy, happy is gnarled McFate
Touring the States with a child wife,
Plowing his Molly in every State
Among the protected wild life.
My Dolly, my folly! Her eyes were vair,
And never closed when I kissed her.
Know an old perfume called Soleil Vert?
Are you from Paris, mister?
Dying, dying, Lolita Haze,
Of hate and remorse, I'm dying.
And again my hairy fist I raise,
And again I hear you crying.
Officer, officer, there they go--
In the rain, where that lighted store is!
And her socks are white, and I love her so,
And her name is Haze, Dolores.
Officer, officer, there they are--
Dolores Haze and her lover!
Whip out your gun and follow that car.
Now tumble out, and take cover.
Wanted, wanted: Dolores Haze.
Her dream-gray gaze never flinches.
Ninety pounds is all she weighs
With a height of sixty inches.
My car is limping, Dolores Haze,
And the last long lap is the hardest,
And I shall be dumped where the weed decays,
And the rest is rust and stardust.
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>>51118144
Thanks for staying up so late. Sorry! It ended up crashing on me and I had to reconnect.

also nice dubs
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>>51118309
I have no clue how to read these things, but I tried.

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1SOXG4BSBfY
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>>51120093
really really good you speak in a neutralized european accent (which is EXACTLY what you want) you got the tone and the rhythm of the poem quite right

mistakes:
"parked" - should have been "parkd" but you sounded "parket" bi-syllabic which is wrong
"levis" - you said "louis" but its a Brand's name (Levi's Jeans) LeeVi cf. Stanley roger's stainless kitchen utensils; its a very well-known brand so when someone says Levi's it means the jeans, and stanley as knife/fork (same way as China = Old Bone China/Porcelain)
"plowing" - you said Plodwing; which is wrong - complete different vowel sound to blow; its POW-ING (with a l added obviously) blow is a short o sound but plowing is an "ao" sound

very very good reading overall, 8/10 but if you refine some enunciation you'll be a fine gent in the anglosphere
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>>51094406
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1ZjFiF2bepB
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>>51063371
whispering lads
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0J9NsUhWcmB
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Gimme something to read in English, preferably not a poem
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Come on lads
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>>51123491
Denmark is a mixture of mud, mountains of Lego bricks, beer and bacon which is populated by brave but insane Vikings. It is ruled by King Erik Thorgard XIV, who still collects the heads of his political enemies and uses them as flowerpots.
At the beginning of Insomnian times. The delicious smell of bacon attracted reindeer from Finland, who inbreed with Vikings creating a race of superhuman cold-blooded Vikings - called Valhallans. After conquering what they thought was the world at least twice most Vikings became bored and thus moved to Iceland to chill out.
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>>51123491
These reflections have dispelled the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven; for nothing contributes so much to tranquillize the mind as a steady purpose--a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye. This expedition has been the favourite dream of my early years. I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole. You may remember that a history of all the voyages made for purposes of discovery composed the whole of our good uncle Thomas's library. My education was neglected, yet I was passionately fond of reading. These volumes were my study day and night, and my familiarity with them increased that regret which I had felt, as a child, on learning that my father's dying injunction had forbidden my uncle to allow me to embark in a seafaring life.

These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions, entranced my soul, and lifted it to heaven. I also became a poet, and for one year lived in a Paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and Shakespeare are consecrated. You are well acquainted with my failure, and how heavily I bore the disappointment. But just at that time I inherited the fortune of my cousin, and my thoughts were turned into the channel of their earlier bent.
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>>51123491
As for myself, I walk abroad o' nights,
And kill sick people groaning under walls:
Sometimes I go about and poison wells;
And now and then, to cherish Christian thieves,
I am content to lose some of my crowns,
That I may, walking in my gallery,
See 'em go pinion'd along by my door.
Being young, I studied physic, and began
To practice first upon the Italian;
There I enrich'd the priests with burials,
And always kept the sexton's arms in ure
With digging graves and ringing dead men's knells:
And, after that, was I an engineer,
And in the wars 'twixt France and Germany,
Under pretence of helping Charles the Fifth,
Slew friend and enemy with my stratagems:
Then, after that, was I an usurer,
And with extorting, cozening, forfeiting,
And tricks belonging unto brokery,
I fill'd the gaols with bankrupts in a year,
And with young orphans planted hospitals;
And every moon made some or other mad,
And now and then one hang himself for grief,
Pinning upon his breast a long great scroll
How I with interest tormented him.
But mark how I am blest for plaguing them;—
I have as much coin as will buy the town.
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>>51123994
>NOT a poem
>Australians in charge of reading comprehension
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>>51124085
that's not a poem :^)
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>>51123859
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1a2BTg6Hhh6

>>51123882
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0alep31MZFC
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>>51123859
>>51123882
butifel melike my daughter what r u reading
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1rMwySSm7Ar
Didnt know how to say the french portion honestly.
>>51074207
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1hPZVoiPOM0
>>51114813
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1R0xd4ZMYAY
>>51117057
I can't sing worth a shit but hey.
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0KQvYyPYCmg
>>51123994
I Paddy'd it up
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1tlzrgkFTuW
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>>51124286
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s0alep31MZFC
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1602RLi7dfY

>>51124406
Frankenstein.
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>>51124286
r8 niggas
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>>51124640
>>51124286
Both of them are very good. Noticeable accent of course but it doesn't interfere with your pronunciation and I imagine most native english speakers would find it very charming.
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>>51124406
Pure fucking art.

>>51124640
Didn't feel that there was anything wrong with them, desu. They sounded fantastic.
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>>51124470
555555555555555555555555

actually the text is spoken by a jew but really darn good since middle-modern english is pretty much what you spoke you lucked out i guess 10/10

if you're interested have a look at "Shakespeare: Original pronunciation"
though the text is from a dood called Kit Marlowe
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>>51124940
lol.
Worked out I guess.
I've studied and even did a community play of Shakespeare (Comedy of Errors) so perhaps that gave me a bit of an edge into it. But I really don't find it all that difficult to be honest.
Thanks for the advice though.
Sounds interesting to me so I'll look it up.
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>>51124732
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1yyxbRU3Rnj
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>>51124286

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1hF7ox3DCl0
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>>51125165
Sorry should have clarified.
By noticeable I meant you don't sound native.
Which you yourself noticed, lol.
It doesn't mean there were obvious errors or anything.
Also yes, your accent is slightly stronger with you just talking rather then reading text but I think anyone that isn't 100% fluent in both language and accent of a non-native language will have the same behavior in their speech.
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>>51124640
not too good, but not too bad as well; the other laDs are being a bit too kind
i honestly didn't think finnish accent was this strong - try soften english a bit more and the rhythm is actually really off
in any language if you can get the rhythm and tone right you can actually fake it super super well
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>>51125245
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1wOUkaXecxj
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>>51122950
>whispering lads

kek
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>>51125383
the rhythm is the only thing that /is/ off, though. i didn't even notice an accent.
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>>51122950

Dude your voice is amazing though, no homo. I'd listen to you narrate stuff all day.
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>>51125383
http://vocaroo.com/i/s19PvAfF6ggf
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>>51125505
yeah maybe i am a bit harsh

throw me some english poetry or chinese

if any asean/chink bro lurks this

子曰。父在、觀其志。父沒、觀其行。三年無改於父之道、可謂孝矣。
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>>51125457

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0KK1IOxyMYf
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>>51125669
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0sxsXXkTrou
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>>51125632

All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be the blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.
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>>51126416
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0HoweBBLyfM

never read lotr guessing its just a poem within the story and not spoken by le wizard or le elf man
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>>51126179

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1bE8pRrAf7J
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>>51126416
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1HaxM7ryKH8
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>>51126847
pretty good video game voice over
its probably a character thing if you get into it you sound fine
"glitter" was the only word that had problem
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>>51125508
think that's just from the mic compensating m8, I was talking quietly. defo don't sound like that normally.
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>>51126987
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1PStEhFubQH
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>>51127152
yeah fair enough, australia accent is actually fairly neutralized - but we always act out the accent as a culture/meme thing; older generations especially the women have a lighter british accent than Received pronunciation and its super super nice sounding - kinda similar than mine but i am chinese so my Rs/Ro/Wo sounds are weak

>>51120093 this guy's accent is probably what i would aim for if i was european - if people can't guess your accent/where you're from (completely neutralize) - you basically have a whats called globalist/elite/royalty accent

also try to be fearless/manly - though i don't do it since my voice isn't deep as yours; its okay to be wrong, confidence works wonder even if your english makes zero sense
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>>51127513
http://vocaroo.com/i/s07JN5Oj211T I can also try do some posh cunt accent for the laughs but it'll probably sound way worse than my normal accent
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>>51127882
i guess you just need exchange experiences to pick it up; have confidence, don't overthink it and you'll be okay

have a look around different dictions you want to copy; broad australian accent is good, midwestern american accent is good as well, but having a neutralize accent is really really hard to do anyway - so don't stress it, if you listen to European royalty and oldbloods their english are completely neutralized maybe with a little bit of RP twang - i think international school kids, or expat like me would have a neutralized accent but you honestly have to be flexible dependent on where/who you're with
>>
don't die pls
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>>51129346
>broad australian accent is good
Australian accent is garbage.
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>>51065169
kek
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>>51135167
for man its better than general australian accent TbH
and no one wants to sound regal with a RP/neutralized as an alpha male m8
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>>51126416
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1GNwsfUpa0w
>>
Here is some English and Hungarian if anyone want's to practice or try it.

Szembe fordított tükrök

Örömöm sokszorozódjék a te örömödben.
Hiányosságom váljék jósággá benned.

Egyetlen parancs van, a többi csak tanács: igyekezz úgy érezni, gondolkozni, cselekedni, hogy mindennek javára legyél.
Egyetlen ismeret van, a többi csak toldás: Alattad a föld, fölötted az ég, benned a létra.

Az igazság nem mondatokban rejlik, hanem a torzítatlan létezésben.
Az öröklét nem az időben rejlik, hanem az összhang állapotában.

As a help, this is how I'd read it: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1RuthvyT2sT

English:

Hawk mating on the fallen leaves

Up. Up. And onward into Autumn fly
In shrill pursuit and raucous hunting cry
A pair of hawks with summer-weary wings.

Summer has bred new pirates in her care
And fresher pinions flutter down her air
To join the lists of Love which now are wide.

We fled from Summer, now ourselves pursued,
Till somewhere sometime in an autumn wood
We stooped with fluttered wings for very love.

This is our final mating. Now the keen
Talon on feather tears the quick between
And so we fall together with the leaves.
>>
Beumpe
>>
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1lIna3RM5hV
>>
Rebump
>>
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0xYJrf9L8xS
rate pls
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>>51145224
What accent is that?
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>>51145462
SHROPSHRINE
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>>51063371
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0y5WrVBvpLu
>>51123859
http://vocaroo.com/i/s03eYTF3rQH3
>>51094406
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1TiupJuDZO3
>>
>>51145462
>>51145520
I come from Cardiff if you are curious
>>51145687
qt
>>
Is grúpa prionsabal é meicnic chandamach a chuireann síos ar iompar fuinnimh agus damhna ag leibhéal adamhach agus fo-adamhach.
>>
my god these threads used be so lively last year

i blame the grillz tbH they destroyed 4chan 4 me

>>51145767
cool, i like your accent
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>>51148454
i blame the circlejerking desu, made it weird for outsiders to pop in
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>>51150057
4chan """""was""""" the outsider/fringe
its not that """we""" """"were"""" unhealthy or abnormal or not alphas - we just don't care two shit about anything since we're all desensitized and love to laugh at mental weakness
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>>51150057
>i blame the circlejerking desu, made it weird for outsiders to pop in

So then how do you explain the absence of circklejerking and the absence of threads at the same time?
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>>51150776
because people were turned off from it and so they don't want to return because they think it's still like that, so now, since nigel is effectively dead and most regulars seem to have disappeared, the lifeblood is gone.
>>
the circlejerking is what killed it tb͏h
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>>51103436
> The an entire day later vocaroo
http://vocaroo.com/i/s16PmIesMyWi
>>
Con diez cañones por banda,
viento en popa, a toda vela,
no corta el mar, sino vuela
un velero bergantín.
Bajel pirata que llaman,
por su bravura, el Temido,
en todo mar conocido
del uno al otro confín.


Going to have dinner now, I'll be back in an hour or so
>>
i am writing something for you fobby foreigners to read atm, around Christmas theme, stay tune Iads

>>51151332
>>51150947

Bad wimmenfolk are destroyer of everything good m8 T8H
prime examplez are too many merkel the mutti, thacher the snatcher, hilliary the shillery, harriet harman (no redeeming epithet cuz she's british and turning 65 in office m8) - that Aung San & Park Geun - suffragettez and too many more


you
re
welcome
to
read this
rant

... over
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>>51152059
what the fuck, i thought i was in the muslim thread for a second

there're like
three even notable girls?
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>>51152059
kek, what happened to you irl, that you hate women so much?
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>>51152125
well i don't know about now but i remember anons being bitch babies and shit stirring about them after the sacred law of tits or gtfo was never enforced again; i never posted comments back then and just posted oggs and listened T8B i don't really care but its just too funny to hate speech about them
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>>51152333
i don't really have problems with girls since i am happy and confident actually i used to punch girls in the boobs super hard as a young teenager and i always thought it was funny to do it and get away with it
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>>51151492
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1zGfElQZ82S
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>>51151361
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s16PmIesMyWi
Very good, just a two things :
The l at the end of conseil sounds like "y" ; and ll in sceller sounds like a regular L.
You pronounced the x from exécuter like a s
>>51151492
http://vocaroo.com/i/s088z7aTywU3
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>>51126416
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0APVe6MVXF5
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>>51151332
This. I left partly because the thread devolved into nothing but circlejerking obscuring the few actual Vocaroo posts.
(Also because I stopped being awake way into the night, though)
>>
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0ShJpmlG6HG
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>>51155737
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1iBuv85dpjE
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>>51154352
>and ll in sceller sounds like a regular L
I'm having issues with that 2bh, it's something about accents or it just varies from mot to mot with double L?
I ask because my French prof. says famille almost like "famiye".Or maybe I just can't hear it really well lel.
How would you say it?
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>>51155911
Because Macri
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>>51118309
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1EwSJFvzvZ6
>>51123859
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1jpFcqUFyW9
>>51123882
http://vocaroo.com/i/s17RnNvBD7VD
>>51139390
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1yqYKqsPgu4
>>51103436
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0BlBdazdaSx
Hey m8, i was curious, i think that once you told me that the R in the end of verbs isn't pronounced, but what about in the end of regular words, like étranger and miroir?

Requesting polish tbħ
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>>51156442
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0L8hjNplE8T
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>>51156645
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s0BlBdazdaSx
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0vMzU2meDt1
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>>51156712
I knew it , why you make your language so difficult for us students? (actually it's probably part of the latin tree, we also have some wtf rules/exceptions)
Merci pour votre aide.
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>>51157205
why are you using "votre" for some nerd on 4chan?
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>>51147263
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1SpY3eDqkud
r8 me laddie

>tfw need to learn Irish to be a solicitor
>tfw know sweet fuck all of it
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>>51157205
>why you make your language so difficult for us students?
Ayy, it's only gonna make it better once you'll master it
>>
>>51156930
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0NuWP2fvLVx
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>>51157376
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s0NuWP2fvLVx
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1ZB4O7pXPg2
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>>51157252
Because I've never asked the "On peut se tutoyer" question.
>>51157347
:^)
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>>51157477
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0O8zvafUXM6
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>>51157478
>Because I've never asked the "On peut se tutoyer" question.
yeah, but i wouldn't really use it with my peers...
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>>51158089
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0nfdf0IqxRh
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>>51158214
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0xTQHFVc7Ul
>>
Some Icelandic in case anyone wants to read:
Báru klýfru bátur
og bátsmaður er kátur.
Landið tekur, fleyið festir,
þar fljúga yfir nokkrir þrestir.

Aftru skepnan skríður
í skjól og þar hann bíður.
Létti til og lægði storminn
er lagði Hilmar Miðgarðsorminn.


Vaðlaheiðarvegavinnuverkfærageymsluskúraútidyralyklakippuhringur
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>>51158654
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s0xTQHFVc7Ul
>It was... craziness
Noice, pretty noice, life without craziness is boooring desu.
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>>51156645
"Na matematyka":
Ziemię pomierzył i głębokie morze,
Wie, jako wstają i zachodzą zorze;
Wiatrom rozumie, praktykuje komu,
A sam nie widzi, że ma kurwę w domu.
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>>51156645
you tried/10

zs, gy, sz, cs, ny, ty are letters on their own, so you don't say zs like you would say z and s after each other. If you look up some of the letter how to pronounce it, you will get a much better result.

But thank you for the effort. I kekd at some parts.
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>>51156645
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s17RnNvBD7VD

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Ja3lU9ajMQ
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>>51159865
http://vocaroo.com/i/s09UdjvkGdp6
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>>51159233
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1M8VtU82PRn
I haven't read Polish in a long time, so it's probably not very good

>>51159506
Yeah, i know no Hungarian at all, i just tried to read it like Finnish and i guess it didn't work out so great lel
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>>51160416
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0gRdHYUNPvp
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>>51161365
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1txQyIEC59q
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>>51159233
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0mdMGTOfp9d
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>>51162974
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0ue0JoTn7IS
Correct me if i'm wrong.
>>51163265
Simply excellent.
>>
>>51157253
not bad 2bH
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>>51165261
Anything specific I should work on other than my intonation/emphasis?
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>>51164661
http://vocaroo.com/i/s10hQ7XuZVdU
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>>51075045
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1QS9ZP81W6y
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>>51159233
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1iBOK9bKMqH
plz rate Poland
I have to be quiet as it's late
>>
>>51158770
http://vocaroo.com/i/s12iRbejY8hg
>>
Why are there nobody in this thread anymore ;_;
>>
>>51166027
Nice effort! 5-6/10 Definetly understandable, if one pays attention to it. But that "Nyújts" was painful. Otherwise you just have to practice.
>>
>>51166272
Because nobody likes Norway
>>
>>51166367
I just know some of the Hungarian orthography.
But at "Nyújts", I was unsure of if the y is a vowel, and in the end just happened to pronounce some gibberish.
Also, I rather just record once, as it's late here. I'm no basement dwelling 30 year old manchild ;_;
I just don't want to bother my parents


>>51166388
Porque, Español ;_;
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>>51166227
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1uUS9DoFlBN

>>51166272
Chill, it takes some time to analyze your reads and rate properly. Also, these threads go very slowly...
>>
>>51166517
>por que?
because his name is españa psh.
>>
>>51166107
Very understandable, accent sounds sorta Eastern Slavic.
Gib Norsk.
>>
>>51166517
*España*

>>51166532
Oh, I heard that the Icelandic "á" was the same as "å", but apparently it's an "au" diphtong instead.

Also, the skj confused me and I just pronounced it how I guessed it's pronounced.

But I am happy I did it well otherwise.
>>
>>51166660
I learnt some russian so my pronounciation might have influenced it.

Strange, as I remember I pronounced Polish fine in some old Vocaroo thread

Anyway, I have Norwegian, but I'd also want to hear someone try Tagalog. I have Flip gf and she has teached me atleast pronounciations

Noong isilang ka sa mundong ito
Laking tuwa ng magulang mo
At ang kamay nila ang iyong ilaw
At ang nanay at tatay mo'y
Di malaman ang gagawin
Minamasdan pati pagtulog mo
At sa gabi'y napupuyat ang iyong nanay
Sa pagtimpla ng gatas mo
At sa umaga nama'y kalong ka
Ng iyong amang tuwang-tuwa sa iyo
>>
>ask for norwegian
>get tagalog

lmoa
>>
>>51166517
¿Por qué, España?

>Being called Spanish

REEEEEeeeeeee
>>
>>51166858
Because most threads have norwegian already. I wanna hear something different plz

Du skal ikke tro at du er noe.
Du skal ikke tro at du er like så meget som oss.
Du skal ikke tro du er klokere enn oss.
Du skal ikke innbille deg du er bedre enn oss.
Du skal ikke tro du vet mere enn oss.
Du skal ikke tro du er mere enn oss.
Du skal ikke tro at du duger til noe.
Du skal ikke le av oss.
Du skal ikke tro at noen bryr seg om deg.
Du skal ikke tro at du kan lære oss noe.
>>
>>51166932
friendly reminder that the basques will never, EVER be independent
>>
>>51166932
I'm slightly drunk, please understand
>>
>>51166932
more like país asco amirite?
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>>51167017
wna esa che
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>>51166932
Post something in your language pls.
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>>51166948
>>51166802

Oh fuck I'm too drunk to post and include everything in one post
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>>51167066
Spanish or Basque?
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>>51166671
Do you also study icelandic or you just know the pronunciations?
Btw, the text is from here, if you wanna know the native "pronunciation":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4JizavG4cE
At 4:47

>>51166948
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0jEdpHSYMfO
Rate pls
>>51166802
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0ae6Iacb5VD
>>
>>51167101
Contate un chiste en vasco
>>
>>51167049
wna juan
>>51167129
wna blanco
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>>51167212
Wena genghis
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>>51167105
Tagalog is very well pronounced
Noong is pronounced like "no-ong", like a short break between vowels.
Ng is pronounced more like "nang"

Norwegian, are you the Brazilian posting in Norgetråden?
All sounds very well, but "ikke", I don't know how to explain as I don't know the phonetic term, but the k sound should be stressed
>>
Pedicabo ego vos et irrumabo,
Aureli pathice et cinaede Furi,
qui me ex versiculis meis putastis,
quod sunt molliculi, parum pudicum.
Nam castum esse decet pium poetam
ipsum, versiculos nihil necessest;

qui tum denique habent salem ac leporem,
si sunt molliculi ac parum pudici
et quod pruriat incitare possunt,
non dico pueris, sed his pilosis
qui duros nequeunt movere lumbos.
Vos, quod milia multa basiorum
legistis, male me marem putatis?
Pedicabo ego vos et irrumabo.
>>
Un famoso caballo de carreras con un valor estimado de más de 12 millones de dólares estadounidenses será sacrificado después de haber sido presuntamente atrapado en una relación sexual con otro semental.
Read more at: http://www.elcorreo.ae/sociedad/famoso-caballo-sera-ejecutado-por-homosexual-en-arabia-saudita
>>
>>51167454
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0kVMpYqdb2N
Thx btw
>>51167516
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1YNZA5RkPTy
Is this Latin?
>>51167544
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1CKR1OjRnjg
>>
Post a some French text.
>>
>>51166802
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1mXPimbXEE7
Might as well give it a try 2bh
>>51166948
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1gXYL2dA24U
>>
>>51167763
The tagalog is correct, and I guess I'll let your "ikke" pronounciation pass.
Oh, and I just thought you were the Brazilian posting there commonly. He happen to speak Norwegian pretty well.

And for Latin

I am not really familiar with pronounciations but one of my high school teachers spoke Latin fluently and said things like pronounciation of C depended on the era. Latin used after the fall of Rome pronounced C as Ch infront of E and I, but as a K otherwise. In ancient Latin, it was always a K.
And Ae, I think it's a different spelling of Æ, which is pretty much an "ai" sound.
You'd be surprised if you find out what this poem really means

Clocktower in the background :DDD


>>51167105
Didn't see the upper text.
I just happen to know some of the pronounciations
>>
>>51167825
With tagalog, pronounciation is good, but note what I said here aswell >>51167454

Norwegian is good too, but make the G in anything except for "deg"(g pronounced like j).
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>>51167801
There is already.
>>51103436
>>
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topkek.jpg
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>>51167544
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>>51167544
Somebody rate my spanish please.
Will return for English.
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1FandF9R3TL
>>
Anyone wants to take the challenge?
"Mi piacerebbe succhiarti il cazzo."
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>>51171530
Sucking your own cock would be a challenge indeed.
>>
>>51171530
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1yrRVCpf9lc
>>
>>51170719
You said all of these words wrong:
Famoso, carreras, estadounidenses, sacrificado, relación and sexual.

6/10 desu
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