spanish in immersive reader
I'd like Immersive Reader to be accessible in a World Language class for students who need oral accommodations. It says that it reads in Spanish, but the inflections are off.
Are there any suggestions about how to use it successfully in Spanish?
Hi Erin -
This sounds like a language tagging issue. Even though your text is in Spanish, behind the scenes OneNote has tagged it as English, so it's reading with an English voice.
To fix this, in OneNote, go to the Review tab -> Language dropdown -> Set Proofing Language...
Select all your Spanish text on the page, and then in the Proofing Language task pane that opened, select the Spanish item in the language list to mark the text as Spanish.
Now launch Immersive Reader again, click on a word that is part of the Spanish text and open the Voice settings menu. Under the Voice Selection area you should now see it say 'Spanish' - that means the text is now correctly tagged as Spanish. Under that there is a voice selection dropdown. If you have the Spanish voice installed, select that voice from the dropdpwn. The Reader should now speak with the Spanish voice and accent. If you don't have the Spanish voice in the dropdown, click the the Download More Voices link below to find out how to install it.
I tried to upload the laguage pack and Learning tools, but it doesn't work, I have Windows 10 and it changue the screen to 2016 version but the idiom continue being English and doesn't allow changued it.