Research on Accents

Job #2141

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Job # 2141 Research on Accents

Posted Date
Sep 25, 2006 @ 01:20
Respond By
Oct 6, 2006
Word Count
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Language
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Gender
Male
Age Range
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Category
Audiobooks

Job Description

Hi, I am looking for a caucasian adult male who can do broad 'ocker' Australian voices for use in a PhD research project on attitudes towards English accents in Japan.

The accent I need is a nasally, broad Australian accent, with a touch of larrikan thrown in.

Prices are negotiable. The script consists of three short passages (less than a page).

Looking for voices speaking 'neutrally', at an average pace.

Price is negotiable.

I would like the three passages recorded on separate tracks, with 2 sec. pauses before and after each track.

Script: (no need to read headings).

Passage 1 (Don't read heading)

Good morning, everybody. Beautiful Monday morning, isn’t it? Welcome to today’s information session. To start, some important announcements: there’s free tea and coffee upstairs, and toilets are on level one. Today’s meeting will go from 9 to 5. After today’s session, everybody’s welcome to join us for light refreshments. Finally, there’s no smoking in any part of the building. If you want to smoke, you need to go outside. Alright, let’s get started…

Passage 2 (Don't read heading)

Last Saturday, I went to a Japanese restaurant around 8:00. It was my friend’s birthday, and we tried Japanese food. It was my first time; I’d never tried raw fish before. Even though, I had a good time, I had to leave early. My father has been in hospital. He’s okay now though...


Passage 3 (Don't read heading)

I usually watch TV before I go to bed. Last night, I was watching TV. There was a show on famous tourist attractions in Japan like Disneyland. My friend visited Nara and Kyoto last year, during cherry blossom season, he went to many places. The only problem was - when he was coming back home, the airline lost his bags!

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