Any Female British Voices with US terms and Measurements?


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Just wondering if there are any Female British voices available that have US terminology and US measurements? I searched around here a bit but didn't come across anything.

An Elizabeth Hurley voice would be great, lol.
 
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What do you mean by US terminology? - I have a few female voices that I can send over to you if you PM me your e-mail address, these voices are, and always have been free for people to use.

Liz Whitaker
Vicki Archer

They are UK based and to be honest I use the Liz voice by default on most of my non TTS equipped devices as I finds its so clear and easy to understand - Mike
 

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Mike, you know.......

Highway instead of Motorway........
Elevator instead of Lift.........
Apartment instead of Flat ....

:)D, ok........the last two aren't relevant)
 
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In which case I don't know of any English voices with an American "twang" - whats the word you use for roundabout as thats different isn't it?

Still applies though if anyone wants a copy of the free voices mentioned above send me your e-mail by PM and I will send them over - Mike
 

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In which case I don't know of any English voices with an American "twang" - whats the word you use for roundabout as thats different isn't it?

Still applies though if anyone wants a copy of the free voices mentioned above send me your e-mail by PM and I will send them over - Mike
I actually think 'roundabout' is the proper North American term, Mike. They just aren't nearly as common here as in Europe and elsewhere.
 

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I hear roundabout isn't consistently used throughout the US. In the northeast it's called "rotary".

Just like East Coast = Highway, West Coast = Freeway
 
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