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    #1

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    Hi
    I have an mp3 file that i can' t recognize . I want you to write it down for me. It's 16 minutes and about 250 KB .

    Thanks in advance

    http://picosong.com/L3WW/

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    #2

    Re: listening

    16 minutes is a bit much, don't you think?

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    #3

    Re: listening

    Sure. My fee for audio transcription is 1.50 per minute of audio. Let me know how you'd like to pay me!

    I think you have misunderstood the point of this forum. We give help with brief, specific questions. With audio problems, we can maybe help to fill in a few blanks in a transcript which the OP has mostly completed alone.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 25-Jan-2015 at 21:07.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #4

    Re: listening

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    16 minutes is a bit much, don't you think?
    Excuse me 16 seconds.

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    #5

    Re: listening

    Quote Originally Posted by ormazda View Post
    Hi
    I have an mp3 file that i can' t recognize . I want you to write it down for me. It's 16 minutes and about 250 KB .

    Thanks in advance

    http://picosong.com/L3WW/
    I think the bloke said:

    You should see the way he tackles.

    (Is this supposed to give me practice listening to British English? )

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    #6

    Re: listening

    #Hm. I don't really know Seth very well, but he seems like a nice guy, and he's always in a good mood. He's a good rugby player too. [What. eh what?], you know what I mean? You should see the way he tackles.# #Hm.#

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    #7

    Re: listening

    not a teacher

    Just to fill in the gap on Tarheel's post – and there's one section I hear a little differently.

    "Hmm. I don't really know Seth very well, but he seems a very nice guy, and he's always in a good mood. He's a good rugby player too, but sometimes on the field he can be a bit reckless – you know what I mean? You should see the way he tackles."

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    #8

    Re: listening

    My feeling is that that is considered an admirable thing in rugby. (One reason I don't play that game.)


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