Voice Recognition having problems with the people from Scotland

By SNGX1275
Feb 26, 2003
  1. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,842   +179

    From reading the article it sounds more like the dialect rather than the accent. The accent can be reasonably pleasant but also quite horrid especially with broad weegie dialect being used...

    LOL :haha:

    And those are fairly tame examples.
    The favorite Aberdonian one explained to foreign students is "Far aboots ye fae" (said "furry boot ye fay") which means "Where are you from?"
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