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it is a children story as an example

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


Spanish (Central American) Spanish (South American - General)


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uses a story off the shepherds mistake. Early every morning, a shepherd took his flock of sheep out in the fields to grace. He would sit by watching as the ship lazily munch on fresh grass. After they had eaten, he would round to love and walk back home. Sometimes we're watching his flock. He would come up in a quiet corner and off to school. One day, the shepherd called a roof, which had street into the field. I just sheep. How ever it was some distance away. Make no effort to come near. The shepherd at first stood on ground games. Doof massive gains an enemy and kept a strict watch over its movements. But the wolf did not do anything. When the Shephard herded the sheet and had it home with his flock, they would quietly followed him at a distance. These continue to for a while the shepherd would find the wolf waiting at the hatch off the field every morning, but it made not the slightest effort to seize the ship. And would you just watch soon by and by? The Chabert let down his guard a bit. A few days later, he began to actually look forward to the wolves presence. The roof January set on a large piece of rock. Looked like a big sheep dog from afar. The chef thought that other wild animals or mischievous makers I would be scared of the docks presence and not harm his flop. When it was around now, he began to look upon the chef. The roof as a guard isn't off the flock. One day, in the middle of the grazing his sheep, the shepherd was called back to home urgently leaving the ship entirely in charge of the wolf. He left when he came back. What? DT Fine. That move had eaten most of his flock with only a fear ship. Wondering about cars was leased off the dead ship Lee around everywhere the shepherd set down and full in shocked. After witnessing the slaughter. Serves me right. A moment to himself. After all, I entrusted the where welfare of my flock to a move