As technology helps us to improve pronunciation When I saw the challenge of I was really lucky to have hit it off with the children in this country who were willing to endlessly repeat the phrases until I could understand and play, I also made use of a small recorder to read my texts that I subsequently listened and tried to imitate all this was very helpful. Now I make use of technology to these things. On the Internet there are multiple pages and dictionaries as well writings also give you the meanings of spoken gives so you know exactly how they are pronounced, there are also interesting applications of voice recognition software that can help improve your pronunciation. Such applications are known by the English acronym STT (Speech To Text) that translates speech to text.
There are also applications that are specially designed for language learning but I particularly use STT tools have been created but for the user to dictate text to the machine and that the written language is transcribed to be used as training to improve pronunciation because only tool installed this becomes tedious faithfully transcribe what you say to what is required to dictate extensive training texts in order to preset the software suits your voice and of course, you can be sure that if the machine ends to understand you, so will any native speaker you are training as the program draws on the language phonemes concerned, ie the sounds that are necessary to pronounce any word. For example, the English language is composed of 80 phonemes that once you learned it will be sufficient to read any book that may seem complicated, whether they understand the meaning of each word at least be in a position to pronounce each word correctly and you’re in the dictionary words that you do not know because the pronounce with confidence without fear that you’re saying something wrong. I have served for more than six years as administrator of Linux systems and micro. I’m a fan apacionada free software and new technologies in general, extreme sports and languages. I practice a discipline known as the BMX flatland. Currently recido in Bogota Colombia from which development projects based on free software.