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tommg

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About tommg

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    Language Newbie

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  • Currently studying
    Portuguese
  • Native tongue
    Hungarian
  • Fluent in
    English
  1. Hello, Thanks! Yes, they are native speakers and the best part is, they are all volunteers submitting their recordings on Tatoeba.org. It would be great if you could get some people to contribute to languages with fewer audios on that site (actually anything except English has 'fewer audios' since even Spanish with the 2nd most recordings only has about 3000, so it could use some more variety).
  2. Thank you. I added toolbar for special characters for several languages some time ago, is this what you were looking for? Also, there is a new feature (testing) where you just have to choose the right words from a list.
  3. Thank you. I am currently relying on the database of Tatoeba.org, so I can't add new languages until some volunteer native speakers actually record sentences there. I'm looking into other possibilities as well, so I might be able to add more languages without them too.
  4. Hello, Sorry for the late response, I have been busy. Do you mean like the text below the Chinese characters on here: http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show_all_in/cmn/none/none/indifferent ? I have to admit I don't know much about how people usually learn Chinese, it seems intimidating to me. :-) So I appreciate any advice on how to improve the Chinese portion of the site.
  5. I created a website where you can improve your listening skills with over 17000 native recordings in 11 languages collected from Tatoeba.org. Here's the address of the site and a screenshot of me using the Portuguese version. I hope it helps you guys. :-) http://www.listeningpractice.org
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