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(above: Bror Julius Nordfeldt, The Art Student, 1921, block print, Shadowland by E.V. Brewster Publications Inc., Internet Archive. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)
Reasonably priced software is available that allows persons to listen to Web pages instead of reading them on a monitor screen. Many voice types are available in several languages. After text is translated, it can be converted to speech in an alternate language.
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