I'm using English Great Britain, as it's called now.
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On 7/12/2017 7:02 PM, John Isige wrote:
What variant are you using? I just switched to eSpeak NG from
Eloquence, I'm set to English America, at a rate of 80, and all of
that sounded perfectly fine to me.
On 12/6/2017 22:45, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
I updated NVDA this morning and have been periodically jarred out of my
reading by things being pronounced differently, and in my opinion,
unnecessarily so. For example, the phrases "for the" and "for a" are
pronounced with unnecessary emphasis on the first word in them, the "i"
in possible is annunciated more clearly than I feel it should be, the
word "fantasy" has more emphasis on the first syllable than it needs and
sounds slower as a result, words like "latest" sound like they end with
"ist" instead of "est" (I don't understand this one at all, as they were
pronounced just fine before), and words that end with n or an n sound
followed by a word beginning with a hard c or g sound as if they're
being smushed together ("in games" comes out sounding like "ing games").
Also, words like "they're" and "our" are more drawn out than they should
be. It's honestly distracting and I don't think I'll ever get used to
most of them to be perfectly frank.