QUEEN ELIZABETH II
ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND
After hogging the thing for hours, I was allowed to have a look at it and investigate its features. Naturally, I went to the writing facilities and was surprised at how easy it was to type on the screen. Typing on the virtual keyboard resulted in the ironic sound of an old fashioned manual typewriter.
A great feature - well I was amused by it - was the voice recognition, where I could say something and it would translate it into text on the screen. Cool! It got the odd word or two wrong, and sometimes came up with its on interpretations. It got me thinking. What if...?
... I narrated an iconic song for the iPad to translate? Of course, God Save the Queen. I only know the first verse, so I repeated it a few times with interesting results.
Please be upstanding for the national anthem.
A MIND OF ITS OWN
OFF WITH HER HEAD!
Needless to say, I wouldn't advice creating your novel this way. Maybe I need to learn the Queen's English.
And so, the festivities are unleashed upon the masses with street parties to last four days.
HAPPY JUBILEE, MA'AM
Are you celebrating? Or watching from overseas? Or working like me?