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Phoneme Coverage Prompts - 14
User: CUE6998_2014_14
Date: 10/8/2014 6:37 pm
Views: 1190
Rating: 2

Speaker Characteristics:

 

Gender: male;

Age range: adult;

Language: EN;

Pronunciation dialect: General American English.

 

Recording Information (don't worry if you can't find some of this information):

 

Microphone make: Apple;

Microphone type: laptop built-in mic;

Audio card make: Apple;

Audio card type: unknown;

Audio Recording Software: Audacity rel 2.0.6;

O/S: Mac OSX 10.9.4.

 

File Info: 

 

File type: WAV;

Sampling rate: 48kHz;

Sample rate format: 16bit;

Number of channels: 1;

Audio Processing: n;

If yes, please describe: N/A;

 

Licence:

 

Copyright (C) 2014 Joaquin R.

 

These files are free software; you can redistribute them and/or

modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License

as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3

of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

 

These files are distributed in the hope that they will be useful,

but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of

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Transcriptions:

  • vf14-01 Without them he could not run his empire 
  • vf14-02 For such countries nothing remained but reorganization 
  • vf14-03 They could not continue their method of producing surpluses 
  • vf14-04 At once would be instituted a dozen cooperative commonwealth states 
  • vf14-05 The Oligarchy wanted violence, and it set its agents provocateurs to work 
  • vf14-06 Nowhere did the raw earth appear 
  • vf14-07 The lush vegetation of that sheltered spot make a natural shield 
  • vf14-08 Men who endure it, call it living death 
  • vf14-09 As I say, he had tapped the message very rapidly 
  • vf14-10 Ask him, I laughed, then turned to Pasquini 
  • vf14-11 In what bucolic school of fence he had been taught was beyond imagining 
  • vf14-12 May drought destroy your crops 
  • vf14-13 Dunham, can your boy go along with Jesse 
  • vf14-14 But Johannes could, and did 
  • vf14-15 A new preacher and a new doctrine come to Jerusalem 
  • vf14-16 He would destroy all things that are fixed 
  • vf14-17 He was an enthusiast and a desert dweller 
  • vf14-18 What Pascal glimpsed with the vision of a seer, I have lived 
  • vf14-19 I should like to engage just for one whole life in that 
  • vf14-20 Yea, so are all the lesser animals of today clean
  • vf14-21 The Warden with a quart of champagne 
  • vf14-22 Without a doubt, some of them have dinner engagements 
  • vf14-23 I had been born with no organic, chemical predisposition toward alcohol 
  • vf14-24 He may anticipate the day of his death 
  • vf14-25 The Italian rancho was a bachelor establishment 
  • vf14-26 I lost my balance and pitched head foremost into the ooze 
  • vf14-27 Men like Joe Goose dated existence from drunk to drunk 
  • vf14-28 Also, churches and preachers I had never known 
  • vf14-29 Do you know that we weigh every pound of coal we burn 
  • vf14-30 This also became part of the daily schedule 
  • vf14-31 All an appearance can know is mirage 
  • vf14-32 Yet he dreams he is immortal, I argue feebly 
  • vf14-33 I am writing these lines in Honolulu, Hawaii 
  • vf14-34 Jack London, Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Oahu 
  • vf14-35 Jerry was so secure in his nook that he did not roll away 
  • vf14-36 Why, he's bought forty pounds of goods from you already 
  • vf14-37 The last refugee had passed 
  • vf14-38 And the foundation stone of service, in his case, was obedience 
  • vf14-39 Peace be unto you and grace before the Lord 
  • vf14-40 His mouth opened; words shaped vainly on his lips 
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