Korean (and Japanese)
mrc at CAC.Washington.EDU
Thu Sep 28 17:44:25 CEST 2006
On Thu, 28 Sep 2006, Martin Duerst wrote:
> On that level, the main usages of the information
> are e.g. for text-to-speach. What you want is that your name
> is pronounced in the Japanese way rather than the way an
> English (or some other language) speaker would pronounce it.
> The characters are there in the data, so tagging the script
> would actually be overkill, either redundant or contradictory.
So I assume that means that "karaoke" tagged as ja-Latn would be
pronounced (somewhat like "kah-rah-oh-kay" to an English speaker), whereas
"karaoke" tagged as "en" would be pronounced as "kerry-oh-key"? :-)
-- Mark --
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