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The Speaker SSML features in WordPress

Hi! My name is Speaker. Let’s talk about SSML features in WordPress, and I show you what I can do.

Let me greet you in different languages and different voices: 👰🏻 [speaker-voice name=”en-GB-Wavenet-A”]Hello! [/speaker-voice] 👨🏻‍🍳 [speaker-voice name=”fr-FR-Wavenet-B”]Bonjour! [/speaker-voice] 👩🏼‍⚕️ [speaker-voice name=”es-ES-Standard-A”]Hola! [/speaker-voice]👨🏽‍💻 [speaker-voice name=”hi-IN-Standard-C”]नमस्कार! [/speaker-voice]🙋🏻‍♀️ [speaker-voice name=”ja-JP-Wavenet-A”]こんにちは [/speaker-voice]

The Speaker SSML features in WordPress - More than 190 voices across 30+ languages
More than 190 voices across 30+ languages

I can tell something, and then take a deep breath and continue the story. We can also breathe together. 🧘🏻‍♀️Take a deep breath… exhale. Ok! Let’s continue.

I am just a synthesized voice, but I can also experience different emotions. I can be 😍 [speaker-emphasis level=”strong”]emotional[/speaker-emphasis] or 😶 [speaker-emphasis level=”reduced”]totally unemotional.[/speaker-emphasis]

I can speak numbers differently. I can say 1234 or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”cardinal”] 1234 [/speaker-say‑as] or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”ordinal”] 1234[/speaker-say‑as]. I can also read various measures, like [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”unit”] 10 foot [/speaker-say‑as] or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”unit”] 10 g [/speaker-say‑as]

In addition, I can speak words in different ways. I can say sheet or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”characters”] sheet [/speaker-say‑as] or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”expletive”] shit. [/speaker-say‑as]

I can replace abbreviations with detailed titles and names. For example, instead of “SSML features in WordPress” I can say “[speaker-sub alias=”Speech Synthesis Markup Language”]SSML[/speaker-sub] features in WordPress”

I understand any dates and can interpret dates in a format understandable to humans. I can say [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”date” format=”yyyymmdd” detail=”1″] 2019-11-1 [/speaker-say‑as] or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”date” format=”dmy” detail=”2″] 1-11-2019 [/speaker-say‑as] or [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”date” format=”dm”] 1-11 [/speaker-say‑as]

And of course, I can voice dates and phones in the format that you people are used to. For example, I can say: Baby, call me at [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”time” format=”hms12″] 2:30pm [/speaker-say‑as] , my number is [speaker-say‑as interpret-as=”telephone” format=”1″] 1-866-TELLME-1 [/speaker-say‑as]

And this is not a complete list of everything that I can. Visit the Online documentation to learn more about the [speaker-sub alias=”Speech Synthesis Markup Language”]SSML[/speaker-sub] features in the Speaker WordPress plugin.