Speech To Text Estonian Online | Voice Typing In Estonian | Eesti keele kirjutamine tasuta

Speech To Text Estonian Online | Voice Typing In Estonian | Eesti keele kirjutamine tasuta


Estonian is a Uralic language of the Finnic part spoken in Estonia. It is the standard language of Estonia, spoken primarily by 1.2 million people and 972,000 people in Estonia and 165,000 beside Estonia. It is a Southern Finnic criticism and is the second-most-spoken language between all the Finnic languages.

Estonian refers to some Finnic part of the Uralic dialect family. The Finnic organization also includes Finnish and a few immaturity languages spoken around the Baltic Sea and in Saint Petersburg and the Karelian quarter in Russia.

The Estonian and Germanic languages are of very distinct origins, one can recognize many similar words in German and Estonian. This is because the Estonian literature has used almost one-third of its dictionary from Germanic dialects, largely from Low Saxon through the period of German rule, and High German.

The two various traditional Estonian languages, the North and South Estonian dialects, are based on the founders of the new Estonians' movement into the region of Estonia in at least two separate streams, both organizations speaking considerably various Finnic languages.

The most advanced existing examples of related (north) Estonian are the so-called Kullamaa thanksgiving dating from 1525 and 1529. In 1525 the original book published in the Estonian language was published.

The earliest surviving Estonian book is a bilingual German-Estonian interpretation of the Lutheran catechism by S. Wanradt and J. Koell beginning in 1535, as the Protestant Reformation era. An Estonian structure book to be used by ministers was printed in German in 1638. The New Testament was translated into south Estonian in 1687. The 2 languages were united based on north Estonian by Anton thor Helle.

Estonian operates the Latin script as the foundation for its characters, which combines the letters ä, ö, ü, and õ, plus the next uniting š and ž.

Estonian signifies a transitional form from an agglutinating grammar to a fusional morphology. The official word form is SVO (subject-verb-object).

Organized by Institute of the Estonian Language / Eesti Keele Instituut, Emakeele Selts (semi-official). ISO 639-1 code is 'et' and ISO 639-2 code is 'est'.

Estonian speech to text converter tool helps you to recognize your Estonian speech into text. And also transcribe audio and voice file faster than other.

This tool  Speech To Text Estonian tool recognize your Estonian speech and audio into text.

You can do any work with this tool anywhere because this tool is free of cost you just need to speak your speech here and get the result.





Click on the microphone icon and begin speaking for as long as you like.

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Note : This speech-to-text software works only in Google Chrome (Version 25 or higher) Browser only. If you are using another browser, it will not work. Download and Install Google Chrome Here.


How To Work This Tools:

1] Plugin your microphone with your mobile and pc, then press the below button to start the microphone.

Speech To Text In Estonian

2] Then speak in Estonian and you see below your speech automatic transcribe into Estonian language and also you can see total character, total word and many more options like print, copy and share to Whatsapp, etc available in below.


Voice To Text In Estonian

3] Now your speech is converted into text and you enjoy this tool. if you need to change county and language then press the below dropdown to choose any as you like.


Speech To Text Estonian

Some instructions for best results:

1. Speak loudly and smoothly.

2. Use a high-quality Mic.

3. Your pronunciation should be clear.

4. You can speak properly same direction all time.

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