Ai Italian voices
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- Adriano plus
Language code: it-IT
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The Italian language (it-IT), primarily spoken in Italy, also graces regions of Switzerland, San Marino, and Vatican City. It's renowned as the romantic successor of Latin, often referred to as 'lingua italiana' or simply 'italiano'.
Rhythmic Phonetics. The phonetics of this language is rhythmic with clear vowels. Articulation demands accuracy, particularly for the unique tones that provide its characteristic melody.
Consistent Pronunciation. In comparison to other languages, Italian maintains a steady pronunciation pattern with minimal deviations.
Grammar and structure play pivotal roles in achieving accurate text to speech synthesis in Italian. As a language that maintains close ties to its Latin roots, it possesses nuances different from other European languages.
Clear Vowels. This language boasts seven vowel sounds. Five of these sounds align with the five vowel letters: a, e, i, o, u. The vowels "e" and "o" possess both closed and open variants. This variety results in seven unique vowel tones.
Consonant Strength. Certain consonants, like "r" and "l", have a pronounced emphasis. The "r" sound is a trill, formed by the tongue's tip vibrating against the mouth's roof.
Extended Consonants. Double consonants exist in Italian, leading to extended sound durations. For example, "anno" and "ano" have distinct pronunciations.
Uniform Pronunciations. Words in this language sound as they appear in writing. Each letter matches a specific sound, with minimal exceptions.
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- Official language of Italy, Vatican City, San Marino and Switzerland.
- 64,800,000 native speakers.
- There are only 21 letters in the alphabet.
- It belongs to the group of Romance languages.
- Italian is the fourth most studied language in the world.