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Hello guys,

My English teacher has given us two .MP3 files. They are small stories (about something like shadows against the darker shadow) in English language. We should first write a summary about that then translate the whole text into our native language. It is an exercise!
If it was a text I could write a brief text about it and also translate it into our native language immediately. But the problem is that since the speed of the English-language narrator man is very quick I can't completely understand what he says.
I tried to find some apps to convert voice to text and installed some of them but no one worked properly!
Is there any idea how to convert those .MP3 English files to text?
It's an emergency and I'll be very thankful if someone can help me
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If the narrator is speaking too fast, I would try slowing down the playback, or playing difficult segments over and over. There are programs to do this. It only works to a point, though, because the pitch will change.
http://www.ehow.com/how_2273769_slow-down-mp3-file-audacity.html
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The difficulty is that I can't understand it completely. For example in a sentence with 10 words I understand 5 or 6 but not the remaining 4 or 5. If I could get the text of the story the problem would be solved. By so much hard attempt I could derive the following sentences:

"Tow men strode hurriedly o the black of the outdoor(y) at night. Shadows against the darker shadow of brushed along the edge of the field. Behind them, against the stars, loong the foot heals of the balken spern known as balk strange. A sweat tane of sprein grefted of wind of the clove belide by the shark chil of the passing winter. Far off a train with all three goes lidos. A: Rose, B: Set the shorter man A: Why did he tell me that it was this cold in the blackens? B: Quick chardenly. If a pitchrol his those teeth, we have got a machine god. A: He did don't mention machine god. They make me think of a firing scowas. Gosh blacky. We have got a get a cross franky. B: Take it easy sweat on. One I stop running back there, we cross the fantier....Renaldoria. A: Blacky, what we do for passports? B: Who'd think about ..... need a peturol? A: Yes, but we can't use a roun. The nathy government would actually died us. and it's too cold to get shut. B: Take it easy sweat off. Get that."
I'm so sorry guys, but I actually need help.
Isn't there any help?Emotion: sad
Isn't there the story on the Web? If is, it's on it's text format.
khoshtipIsn't there any help?Isn't there the story on the Web? If is, it's on it's text format.
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Excuse me, which part of the text is there on that website please?
khoshtipExcuse me, which part of the text is there on that website please?
I can see the start, and then quite a few small pages, and then it runs out. Something has gone slightly wrong with the display of page breaks, and some of the text is cut off.
Excuse me, Can I give you the files (they are two each one 5 min) and you listen them please? Is it possible?
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khoshtipExcuse me, Can I give you the files (they are two each one 5 min) and you listen them please? Is it possible?
I'm sorry, it's too much.
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