Re: Avoiding pauses when using terms including dots like "Mrs."
You can make your own list of abbreviations: create text file named abbrev-fra.txt. Add to it abbreviations, one per line. When your abbrev-fra.txt is ready, you need to copy it inside @Voice app home directory - into the sub-folder named .config there. Note that any file or directory which name starts with a dot, like .config, is considered a "hidden" file or directory. You'll need a good file explorer app that can optionally show hidden files and folders (like ES File Explorer from Google Play) to copy your abbrev-fra.txt there.
RegEx can be also used in abbrev-???.txt files, just add a star * character in front of a RegEx, for example in English abbreviations I have:
which will match "U.S.A." and "U. S. A.", or another example:
will match "No. 7" or "no. 23" - the (?i) makes it to ignore case - but will not match simple "No." or "no." which is not followed by one or more digits.