Is it possible to find a website which speaks French for you?

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I am soon to be doing my French speaking controlled assessment. I wondered if there are any websites which i am able to type in my paragraphs and then listen back to a voice speaking it in French so i know how to pronounce certain things? Thanks:)

Posted Sun 1st January, 2012 @ 22:28 by Former Member

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yer it kinda does... you have 2 make an account and then make revision cards... type what you want 2 say and then go on the game called speaker and the person says what is on the revision card and then asks you 2 write it down but you can just skip the writin down by goin back once they have said it ** its called quizlet.... xp gd luck **

Answered Mon 2nd January, 2012 @ 10:20 by Saskiaaaa <3
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i always used this website it is amazing i wrote what i want to learn in french and then you change english to french (there are couple of choices who yoou want to speak i usually chose Bruno) and then click speak Acapela Text to Speech Demo hope it helps:) they do speak a little fast so put lots of commas and full stop in there!!!

Answered Mon 2nd January, 2012 @ 13:02 by Broken Rose
Edited by Broken Rose on Mon 2nd January, 2012 @ 13:04
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My french teacher recommended this for our pronounciation as she is English I use it all the time! Person above me said they speak too fast but I think you can slow it down on the toolbar so try using that if you find it too fast.

Hope this helps!

Answered Mon 2nd January, 2012 @ 16:46 by Jenna
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Thanks for all the replies:) xo

Answered Tue 3rd January, 2012 @ 14:29 by Former Member
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Answered Tue 7th February, 2012 @ 18:18 by Meghna
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The current best text to speech software is Text Speaker. It has customizable pronunciation, reads anything on your screen, and it even has talking reminders. It is great for learning languages as it highlights the words as they are being read. The bundled voices are well priced and sound very human. Voices are available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, and more. Easily converts blogs, email, e-books, and more to MP3 or for listening instantly.

Answered Wed 11th February, 2015 @ 14:03 by Ron Starc
Edited by Ron Starc on Wed 11th February, 2015 @ 14:03