Siri can read any text on your Mac. You can even use the built-in accessibility feature to listen to articles instead of reading them. Here's how to activate the feature and start it with a shortcut.
To activate the text-to-speech feature
First, enable the text-to-speech feature in Preferences. To turn it on, click the Apple icon in the menu bar and choose System Preferences.
button Click the Accessibility button.
button in the system settings under macOS. Select "Language" in the sidebar. Then click on the check mark next to "Speak selected text when the key is pressed".
On this page, you can also click on the drop-down menu next to "System Voice" to change the voice of the speaker. Use the Speech Rate slider to slow or increase the speech rate.
By default, the keyboard shortcut for the accessibility feature is set to "Option + Esc." If this does not work for you, you can click the "Change Button" button to set a new keyboard shortcut.
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After the text reading function has been activated, call up the article you are reading in your browser
To simplify this process, we use Reader mode in Safari, which frees the site from all formatting and displays only the article text Firefox has a similar feature called Reader View, and the Reader View extension offers the same Features for Google Chrome.
In Safari, click the Reader Mode icon on the left edge of the UR L bar to enable Reader Mode (the operation is different in Firefox and Chrome). ,
All formatting on the page will be removed immediately. Only the article text and the icon are displayed Important images in a nice, easy-to-read format.
Press Command + A to select all text. 
After all the text has been selected, press "Option + Esc" (or whatever you have changed) Start the voice output. Your Mac will read the article to you until it's done.
You can now reduce the brightness of the Mac screen or turn away to do something else while listening to the article. If you want to stop at any time, press the same key combination again.
You can also use the Speak Screen feature on your iPhone or iPad to listen to items on the go.
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