How a screen reader sounds when your don’t define a website’s language

This video compares the difference in language pronounication for when a site is missing the proper HTML lang attribute. This example is for a site with content in Brazilian Portuguese. The first example is perfect because is includes lang=”pt-BR” in the HTML tag, but the second example is very ugly. The accent is all wrong because there is no lang attribute.

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