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|2012-05-20||microelectromechanical [en]||1 votes|
|2012-05-20||San Leandro [en]||votes|
|2012-05-20||Medice [la]||-1 votes|
|2012-05-19||Nuntio vobis gaudium magnum [la]||votes|
|2012-05-19||mihi [la]||1 votes|
|2012-05-19||dum spiro spero [la]||votes|
I'm American, so I speak English and also Japanese. Additionally I studied Latin for 7 years.
Currently I live in the San Francisco Bay Area but I'm originally from the south east. I was raised in Georgia but my family is from North Carolina so I have some Appalachian pronounciation/word-usage.
The more 'southern' prononuciations were probably done when I was tired. To most Americans, I normally have a fairly neutral American accent.
However I think it's important to have southern accent pronounciations on this site as many hubs of commerce and academia are in the south or have southern ties (Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, Miami, even Washington DC). It's one of the most common American dialects and while some say it's a "less educated" dialect. This engineer and her physicist partner (from Tennessee) think otherwise. ^-^
Feel free to write me in English, Japanese, or Latin. Keep it Classic!