Long pronounced words and "conversation" style sentences
I have two questions.
Is it good to have sentences that pronounce words longer?
It's common in casual conversation. For example, in Japanese, such as
- お願いしまーす。 (onegai-shimaasu)
- ここだよお。 (koko-dayoo)
Sometimes I see "conversation" style sentences in collector. For example,
- "Where are you going?" "The park"
- "I want to be a plane" "Not a bird?"
It's an inappropriate sentence for "single" speaker, I think. Or does it not matter?
Ah, Thanks @Adrijaned!
No problem for the speech algorithm. So, does that mean that the sentence can be used for Common Voice, I can give it a thumbs up in the review?
I rejected some of it... I should have asked the question sooner.
In the above example, that means it doesn't matter if it's two sentences.
- I want to take a day off tomorrow. But I have to go to school.
- For some reason, I don't feel the urge to rush. We have plenty of time.
There are many sentences like that in Japanese language collector and source text.