In this article, I show how to change the Alexa language in simple steps.
Alexa uses English as the default language, and you can use your voice to ask her to do what you want. You can change the settings to use other languages.
The languages available for Alexa are Deutsch, English (Australia), English (Canada), English (United Kingdom), English (India), English (United States), English/Español, English/Français, English/Hindi, Español (Spanish) Mexico, Español (Spanish) Spain, Español (Spanish) United States, Español (Spanish)/English, Français (French) Canada, Français (French) France, Italiano (Italian), Português (Portuguese) Brazil, Hindi.
As you can see in the list, Alexa can speak English with different accents and use bi-lingual settings such as English/Español, which makes her speak both and English depending on which she hears you speak.
Steps to change the Alexa language
Here's the step--by-step to change Alexa language.
1. Click on the Devices Menu.
2. Select "Echo &Alexa."
3. Click on "Language."
4. Select the language.
As you can see, the list is pretty extensive, and it's possible to have Alexa working with different words and pronunciation according to your chosen country.
And that's it. Pretty easy, huh?
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