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HoItalosPhilellên wrote:meidei wrote:Barely anything to correct, sauf the intonation that felt weird in μαλακό_άνθρακα (I'd expect a pause there, μαλακό||άνθρακα).
Since the two stressed syllables of the words were right next to one another, I guess that lead me to glide the words.
I can never quite know which words don't glide their /i/s, although in the case of δύο I'm so used to gliding it that it feels weird when I don't.
Your accent sounds quite good. I'd just say that the final syllable of "mayonnaise" is /neɪz/. To me, it sounded like you said /niːz/.Quetzalcoatl wrote:http://vocaroo.com/i/s0nY1ljufvhp
meidei: How do you normally pronounce [r] in your casual speech?
And to hell with it, here is my Arabic recording
[flag=]ar[/flag] http://vocaroo.com/i/s15OVenBAJWBبعد سفرة طويلة ومتعبة وصل القطار إلى المحطة الصعيرة
كان أهل زيد في انتظاره
كان هناك والده وأخوه مع أولاده
كان الفرح في قلوب الجميع
بعد السلامات يركب الجميع الباص
loqu wrote:Hey meidei, I have just heard your Cypriot recording of Harry Potter, is it me or Cypriots speak at a faster pace than Greeks? I got that impression.
No, I think he was trying to speak Greek from Greece, not Cypriot. And yes, I also think he was speaking really fast!
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