You will not be able to use Create Generated Prompt to perform this. If you have Text to Speech you could: TTS[dynstr]. The cheapest way to do this is to record all these "dynamic" speech patterns such as Available Balance..and depending on what that String value is..play the appropriate Recording:
dyn_string = "avalbal" (where recording name for this is avalbal.wav)
Prompt p = P[dyn_string] (Prompt type will look for files ending in .wav, others)
I have done these types of IVR self service messages and I don't see the need to use TTS. For these types of messages you should be able to pre-record some of the messages as the below demonstrates the Prompts that end in *.wav would be your standard pre-recorded messages with other dynamic messages concatenated together to produce the message you presented.
"Cash withdrawal with value"+pause+"Twenty Dollars"+pause+"dated in"+"February 25th Two Thousand Fourteen"
This naturally creates a "Concatenated Prompt"..here is a screencapture of what the play prompt step would look like (I understand the Date Prompt wouldn't necessarily be today's date(new Date())..this just serves as an example of how to create a Generated Date prompt without using that particular Step in the Editor).
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