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Text-to-Speech (TTS)

Page history last edited by mariufernandez 13 years ago

TTS use

 

The truss bridge

 

 

 

  

The firth of forth bridge in Scotland

 

Consists of an assembly of triangles. Truss bridges are commonly made from a series of straight, steel bars. The Firth of Forth Bridge in Scotland is a cantilever bridge, a complex version of the truss bridge. Rigid arms extend from both sides of two piers. Diagonal steel tubes, projecting from the top and bottom of each pier, hold the arms in place. The arms that project toward the middle are only supported on one side, like really strong diving boards. These "diving boards," called cantilever arms, support a third, central span.

 

Taking from: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig/bridge/basics.html

 

 

Link to Sitepal recording:

 

http://www.oddcast.com/sitepal/sendtofriend?ss=1636096&sl=1909790&acc=15695&from=mefa20@yahoo.com&to=mefa20@yahoo.com

 

My recording:

 

 

TTs.mp3 

 

TTS applications as a "pronuntiation teacher"

 

In my opinion, the TTS app. are a very useful tool for everybody, especially students that are learning a new lenguage, it's quick and easy to use, in case you have any doubt you can go to this sites and discover all mistakes that you could have, also you can practice your pronunciation while you are listening to the recording, I think that everybody should try to use this application.

 

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