Biffo, welcome back to LEO, and thank you for checking your forum profile. It also shows your previous threads, and the most recent one, from 2015, has some discussion about quoting and formatting that you might like to review.Siehe auch: "Danger Mouse" - wie übersetzt man das, wie ...
In this forum we usually try not to quote very much text, because repetition can be tiresome to read. Instead, we refer to previous comments in other ways, such as by quoting a short phrase (a few words) in quotation marks, or mentioning the number of the post to which we are referring. If you browse in other forum threads, you can see more examples.
Back to the topic:
If you have Adobe Acrobat (Reader) on your computer, it's actually pretty good at reading .pdf files aloud, even though the voice is somewhat mechanical.
If you want examples of standard AE pronunciation, I would suggest radio programs such as NPR or American Public Media, or TV programs such as PBS or C-Span, all of which can be streamed online. Those are all public broadcasting; there are also channels such as CNN or Bloomberg News.https://www.npr.org/https://www.americanpublicmedia.org/http://www.pbs.org/https://www.c-span.org/https://www.cnn.com/https://www.bloomberg.com/
Even print publications such as magazines and newspapers often have podcasts or videos on their websites, or a channel on a site such as YouTube.
Hint: Be sure to turn on 'closed captioning' (CC) to see the text on your screen, even if the transcription isn't perfect.http://video.newyorker.com/https://content.time.com/time/video/topics/https://www.youtube.com/user/losangelestimeshttps://www.youtube.com/user/miamiherald