Hello. I am in need of a recording for my phonetics project. I need someone who will be willing to record few sentences for me so i could analyze them and use in my project. It will be great if you are not a native speaker and don't have an ideal pronounciation. I will be very grateful for any help. Thanks in advance. Here is the text:

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Hello Kamil K

I could record this for you in my studio (I do voiceover work). However, you say that you would prefer a non-native speaker. If you have no luck and would like me to record it, please let me know.