Well I wouldn't learn with a low quality synth.
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One thing, if you have a smart device, my family and friends use a program and website called duo lingo.
There are lessons and structured courses, including spoken things and text.
It may be what you want there are even online exams, most of it is web and email based.
Its a free program.
On 12/7/2018 9:14 AM, Joseph Lee wrote:
No, please do not start learning a new language with a screen reader and a speech synthesizer. I advise starting out with a face-to-face conversation with someone who speaks the language you wish to learn.
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I agree with both Joseph and Angela. For me, Thai is my Native language, and I ever learned English and German. For the next language, computer and screen reader will be the first step before going to face-to-face conversation.
Thank you for your suggestions,