It's a fool who plays it cool by making his world a little colder.
mostly silly, with a 20% chance of science
I can't open it at work but my guess is that it is the "language and pronounciation files"?!I laugh(ed) too. They are precious. The female voice who says things "as they are supposedly said" might be a bit computer-like in her very _accurate_ slow pronounciation, but it isn't wrong. It makes it all the more fun of course ;)
btw, I think one of my faves is "Sju sjösjuka sjömän på skeppet Shanghai sköljde sju skjortor i sjön." or "Sex laxar i en laxask" since those are hard even for Swedish natives, if they are spoken fast...A link to read, if not to hear :http://www.alphadictionary.com/fun/tongue-twisters/swedish_tongue_twisters.html
Oh, sorry, maybe I messed up the link - it's supposed to be a song about Sweden, I didn't hear the computer-like pronunciation stuff. Like you I can't access this at work - it'll have to wait until I get home.
p.s. the shared MP3 is linked from this page - see the "Baltic Sea" link at the bottom.
haha, it was a somewhat cute song.This is the link for the thing I was babbling about: http://www.slayradio.org/mastering_swedish.phpsee what you think ;)
Does "somewhat cute" mean that you do or do not want to kick my butt for posting this? ;)
of course not. How can I be annoyed when someone dedicates a whole post to me (my native land and my fellow countrymen) ?!?! ;) ego ego ego.... All attention is good, is it not?!!? ;)
And a whole song, too!
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