Narration for English Language Course CD

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Job # 1171 Narration for English Language Course CD

Posted Date
Mar 2, 2006 @ 01:58
Respond By
Apr 1, 2006
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Job Description

Newspaper articles and Novel reading for English Language learning materials.

Length of each article is about 600-700 words.

Total 12 articles.
Each articles should be voiced in three dirrerent patterns.
1) Original voices.
2) Re-voiced at slow speed (130 words per minute).
3) Re-voiced with a pause after each phrase.

Total 12 articles x 3 types = 36 files.

Budget is about US$2000.

Output files should be high quality, post-producted files.

If you have the skills for HIGH QUALITY post-production, additional jobs can be offered.

Sample scripts:


Simplifying Your (Investing) Life

Bill Miller and most other top portfolio managers will tell you that there’s a lot of day-to-day “noise” in the market, most of which has little to no bearing on the actual value of their holdings. Individual investors would do well to adopt a similar mind-set when building their own portfolios.

True, it’s hard to open the business section without seeing an article about spiking oil prices or China’s growth. But should you run out and buy an investment that’s specifically designed to focus on one of those trends, such as a sector or regional fund? Probably not. Any such offerings tend to be expensive and exceptionally volatile, and individual investors have a record of buying them high and selling them low.


"Well, Mrs. Warren, I cannot see that you have any particular cause for uneasiness, nor do I understand why I, whose time is of some value, should interfere in the matter. I really have other things to engage me."

So spoke Sherlock Holmes and turned back to the great scrapbook in which he was arranging and indexing some of his recent material.

But the landlady had the pertinacity and also the cunning of her sex. She held her ground firmly.

"You arranged an affair for a lodger of mine last year," she said--"Mr. Fairdale Hobbs."

"Ah, yes--a simple matter."

"But he would never cease talking of it--your kindness, sir, and the way in which you brought light into the darkness. I remembered his words when I was in doubt and darkness myself. I know you could if you only would."

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