Someone held me down and twisted my arm last week than forced me with threats of further bodily harm to record my voice for them, therefore as this already exists and my lazy ass need not put in any extra effort, ta da...
Nice, you don't sound Australian at all.
Originally Posted by stigmatica
Oh, and once again.. No Accent! Does anyone have an accent on here?
^ Nice voices in your different ways, all you brave singers!
Hmm, I don't feel up to attempting to join the singing club at the moment though. Not enough sleep last night, a cup of coffee just now, and I can barely croak.
As I can't think of anything interesting to say either, I've decided to participate in the cross-cultural exchange by reading, or rather reciting, a famous poem from my own locality I hope this helps to satisfy your insatiable demand for accents, stigmatica! *spot the accent?*
Sorry if the sound's awful, btw. *blames useless mic*
Actually, I'd said that my name was Mohamed. I was speaking in Kiswahili which has a strong Arabic influence (due to Arab traders docking at our coasts for the past several hundred years) hence the "ma'asalama".
^Heh, I probably won't. Might pick out a word or two out of 10 but that'd be about it. Swahili has borrowed many words from Arabic but the spelling and pronunciation of those words are almost always different from the Arabic original.