Question about a link to my personal audio to prove how my native language would sound.


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That's why I now post links to both visual graphics and audio to clarify my native language.
The graphical description could be misdeemed as "un-reliable" by those who have not heard of the language.
Thus, some audio of real languages spoken and described can let the recipient hear it to judge.
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    What if I links to my own recorded audio clips uploaded online?
    And then, I link it to the graphic site indirectly.
    Would it be easier for you to moderate?

    Basically the deleted ones were my own recorded materials.

    The Cantonese translation is my own translations and speech in recorded audio and graphic for clarification.

    while the referred lyric were as in Wiktionary, only 4 lines for comparison.
    The WR forums are an adjunct to the WR dictionaries, so it is important that threads be mainly in written form and therefore searchable (audio, video and screenshots are not searchable).
    If you believe that posting an audio file is essential to a thread you can ask the moderators of the forum in which you want to post your file for prior moderator approval.
    They will decide whether your specific request is in keeping with the WR rules or not. :)