Tuesday, December 18, 2007
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Do you understand this perfectly grammatical English sentence?
Well, I didn't either at first.
But if you read the wikipedia article and try really hard you will see the light...
And here's a link to the spoken word version (read by a native speaker, NOT a computer!)
If a non-American can read the Declaration of Independence, then I see no reason why an Austrian should not read any article he or she wants to read. In English I mean.
Here is how you are supposed to record the article you have chosen:
Why not start with the one about Arnie for example? If you are from Styria, you may even sound just like him!! On second thought...that one is a bit long and has a lot of big words, like California...
So why not try a shorter article like the Grazer Schloßberg