Located in western Asia, this region has been concentrating the Kurdish people for many years. That is to say, this is not exactly a country but it includes a part of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Iran. Therefore, with 30 million people, this ethnic group is known as the largest stateless national group in the world.
Despite the fact that their strong cultural unit, Kurdish people had to merge with diverse ethnicities, religions, and languages from the countries mentioned before.
In addition to political and cultural repression, Kurdish people experienced mistreatment while being forbidden to speak Kurdish in public and using their birth names. In addition, their books, clothing, and music were considered contraband.
To sum up, as a fusion of ethnicities, there are three languages spoken in the Kurdistan region. First, there is Sorani, a dialect. Secondly, Arabic and Kurdistan are the other tongues.
Certainly, for daily routine and user preferences, it’s highly useful to convert different texts to audio. It’s helpful for books, communicating, and even for user accessibility issues.
For instance, there’s an easy-to-use free online tool for those who need to get audio out of a text called GetWoord.com
The technology can be used by people of all ages to follow the text’s speech on the computer. Listening to content read aloud in a natural voice is a new and quickly growing activity. Hearing the mistakes via Woord is easier and less difficult for many people than reading them.
This software service turns your words into a professional speech complete with high-quality female and male voices for realism. It’s great for users, kids learning to read, e-learning, lectures, YouTube videos, Tiktok, Instagram, Twitch, and Facebook, as well as increasing the accessibility of a website.
The Woord Online Reader is a unique tool for creating AI-powered services and products like text-to-speech. A few paid subscriptions are also available, giving you access to audio with over 30 thousand characters.
Easier is better
- Simply type a word or phrase into the search box, or import any document, and you’re done.
- Choose a speaking rate that is appropriate for you.
- Decide where to start reading
- You are free to replay the text as many times as you want.
Woord’s Online Reader supports a variety of languages, including Arabic, Italian, French, Chinese, and Colombian. Spanish, Dutch, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Welsh, Danish, Bengali, and Spanish voices are all available.
Also published on Medium.