Japanese English Versus Siri

Japanese English Versus Siri
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Siri is not only miffed by Scottish English, it also doesn’t follow English spoken with a Japanese accent.

“Work” and “walk” are notoriously difficult for Japanese speakers — largely because the Japanese loan word for “work” is “waaku” (ワーク). Japanese people are used to saying “waaku” for “work”.

The gentlemen who recorded this video has a good accent and more patience than I.

Siri vs Japanese, Walk? Work? F**ck?” [Watashi to Tokyo]

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