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Common English words in non English languages

PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2017 4:30 am
by TDIger
Is there a way to force an non English language to pronounce something in English?
I want Katrin to tell me in German: 'x Play-Listen erstellt' But with the English word 'Play' the girlie has some problems. When it shall tell 'Ich habe keinen Facebook Account' 'Facebook' is absolutely ununderstandable, 'account' sounds ok.

Re: Common English words in non English languages

PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:45 am
by TerryLewis
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Is there a way to force an non English language to pronounce something in English?
I want Katrin to tell me in German: 'x Play-Listen erstellt' But with the English word 'Play' the girlie has some problems. When it shall tell 'Ich habe keinen Facebook Account' 'Facebook' is absolutely ununderstandable, 'account' sounds ok.


Hello TDIger,

I've experienced the same issue. It was with French though. And it sounded ridiculous when the phrase was pronounced. I can't avoid the English words in the French text though.

Re: Common English words in non English languages

PostPosted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 7:36 am
by Jabir Sheikh
In this advanced world and current business market and in a social environment you should have the skills of good English writing and English speaking skills because it has many benefits which help you to move in this competitive time. When we talk about the job market so you can see the field of writing where every writer has its own language but they also have the skill of foreign language and this skill makes them smarter because foreign language is mostly used in every category of writing like, CV writing, content writing or academic writing.

Re: Common English words in non English languages

PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:31 am
by PallMitchel
I committed a pretty big faux pas last night. I kept trying to offer Maria beers, but I completely forgot that she stopped drinking alcohol three years ago!

Re: Common English words in non English languages

PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:47 am
by PallMitchel
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