Apparently I need more excitement in my life but I was actually excited to get a spam call in Chinese on my cell phone. It seems this message has been working its way around cell phones at least in the US Northeast. How I wish my Chinese was better! Unfortunately, it proved way too hard for my newbie skills. Is there anyone that wouldn’t mind breaking down at least part of it in pinyin so I could practice listening to it at full speed? It is only 15 seconds long. At the very least perhaps some could at least translate even a very short summary of what it is. I can’t upload the file due to forum rules but I did find it on a site advertising a robocall blocker that has the recorded audio of it.
The link is:
The post broke it up but it is one long string with the v= 9 etc coming right after the question mark.
I have a few phone apps that are audio translators but they just gave up when I played it. Are there any apps that are good for translating things like this? Even if it just did the translation I was hoping I could then look up the words and pinyin to try listening to it at full speed again.
Even if no one is interested at taking a stab at it, if they could recommend a tool I could use to work at breaking it down I would appreciate it.