Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Transcription"s

Il significato di "Transcription" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa transcription would be good?
A: "Well I find it very ironic when you're so low on the food chain that you feel that you have a say in what eats you"
Q: Che cosa significa transcription would be helpful ?
A: I hope I'm not too late for the festivities. I received your invitation but I didn't have time to RSVP
Q: Che cosa significa Could you give transcription, please ??
A: I've heard that there's a person who when they ask them about their personal life they just do this to them
Q: Che cosa significa transcription job?
A: @kevinpeng0520: You convert spoken words to written words. It can also mean listening to a song and writing it in musical notation (sheet music).

Traduzionde di "Transcription"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? The transcription in Cambridge dictionary says that we should pronounce species with sh sound, but I’ve heard lot’s of times when natives pronounce it with s sound, what’s the difference?
A: Australians use the "s" sound.
British and American people use the "sh" sound

Altre domande riguardo "Transcription"

Q: Could you kindly make transcription of this voice?
It is from episode1 of Legacies.
A: I knew Hope went to some fancy boarding school.
People in town said it was for troubled rich kids.
I see the rich part isn't true.
Q: Could you check this transcription and tell me if I've made any mistakes? Could you also write down the missing words [?] I've not written. The link to the video is in the box below. Thank you very much beforehand :)

I'm sure by now you've all seen that video, it's everywhere, it's the one with the two kids interrupt the dad's interview. No matter how many times you see it, it's just as always fun to watch again, so let's all watch it again right now.

Interview

Oh... I've never laughed so hard in a video about North Korea in my life.
All right, is it so good? Let's take a look at that, I wanna break it down piece by piece beacuse when you really look at it, it's just... ok, so, it starts off and they're discussing, it's a very serious topic, ok, and then the first child comes in and she is so happy, she's... look at... she's having her own little woman's march and... so I don't even know she realises what's going, he doesn't know what's going on yet, but it [?] he didn't lock the door, why was the door unlocked? That's a rookie mistake, I don't have kids but I lock all my doors, just to make sure the kids would never get in. So, then she comes up right behind him and look at the move he uses right here, that, ok, in football that's called a "stiff arm", it's what he gave her.
So the news anchor ackowledges it, but they just keep going, they try to keep going. Then the baby rolls in, all right, now the baby rolls in, and the baby is not even old enough to walk and has no idea what's going on, it knows it's... where it's not supposed to be and so it goes there. So then the mum comes in [?] she slides into the room, watch this slide, ooooh, she tries to stay low like we won't see her, she stays as low as she can, but we see her, we see a lot of her. Every time I watch the video I learn something new, like if you look closely you can see that the mom's pants are unbutton, watch, watch when she comes in, all right, so, there, I'm glad I can point that out for anyone who didn't see it, 'cause probably she didn't feel bad enough about this, so, but it makes sense now, right? You look at the dad [?] this is a very important interview and then the poor mum was doing great, till she had to go to bathroom, and than that when the kids made their break for it. Here's how the dad reacted when the BBC ask to [?] post the video, he says "is this kinda thing that goes viral and gets weird?" The answer to that is "yes, it does, it's exactly the type of thing that goes viral, but it wasn't weird, it was wonderful. Though, people who have kids can relate to this and people who don't have kids can be reminded why they don't.
Now, no one interrupt me, because now I'm about to dance.
A: I'm sure by now you've all seen that video, it's everywhere, it's the one with the two kids interrupt the dad's interview. No matter how many times you see it, it's just as always fun to watch again, so let's all watch it again right now.

Interview

Oh... I've never laughed so hard in a video about North Korea in my life.
All right, is it so good? Let's take a look at that, I wanna break it down piece by piece beacuse when you really look at it, it's just... ok, so, it starts off and they're discussing, it's a very serious topic, ok, and then the first child comes in and she is so happy, she's... look at... she's having her own little woman's march and... so I don't even know she realises what's going, he doesn't know what's going on yet, but its his fault he didn't lock the door, why was the door unlocked? That's a rookie mistake, I don't have kids but I lock all my doors, just to make sure the kids will never get in. So, then she comes up right behind him and look at the move he uses right here, that, ok, in football that's called a "stiff arm", it's what he gave her.
So the news anchor ackowledges it, but they just keep going, they try to keep going. Then the baby rolls in, all right, now the baby rolls in, and the baby is not even old enough to walk and has no idea what's going on, it knows it's... where it's not supposed to be and so it goes there. So then the mum comes in hot she slides into the room, watch this slide, woah, she tries to stay low like we won't see her, she stays as low as she can, but we see her, we see a lot of her. Every time I watch the video I learn something new, like if you look closely you can see that the mum's pants are unbuttoned, watch, watch when she comes in, all right, so, there, I'm glad I can point that out for anyone who didn't see it, 'cause probably she didn't feel bad enough about this, so, but it makes sense now, right? You look at the dad was like I need five minutes this is a very important interview and then the poor mum was doing great, till she had to go to bathroom, and than that when the kids made their break for it. Here's how the dad reacted when the BBC asked if they post the video, he says "is this kinda thing that goes viral and gets weird?" The answer to that is "yes, it does, it's exactly the type of thing that goes viral, but it wasn't weird, it was wonderful. Though, people who have kids can relate to this and people who don't have kids can be reminded why they don't.
Now, no one interupt me, because now I'm about to dance.
Q: Could you please complete the transcription of this video?

https://youtu.be/tlQPRLVDyH4?t=781 (from 13:01)

Miraculously she got up afterwards and ran off. _________________ selfishness . A selfish, self-centered attitude is what causes people to commit to such acts.
A: "It purely revolves around selfishness. A selfish, self-centered attitude is what causes people to commit to such acts."
:)
Q: transcription please
A: Like you that girl! You not fab like, you not fab like that to be doing all of that. Learn your place earn your spot.
Q: is my transcription correct?
A: awesome! 100%

Significati ed usi per simili parole o frasi

Parole più recenti

transcription

HiNative è una piattaforma d'utenti per lo scambio culturale e le conoscenze personali delle lingue. Non possiamo garantire che tutte le risposte siano accurate al 100%.

Domande Recenti
Topic Questions
Domande suggerite