I can't figure out pronunciation of the letters "oi" with the new speaker. It sounded like an E in another word and like "oi" here. What's the difference?
Yes, I think that was the point I was trying to make. She does not seem to say the word in the sentence but the plural...but I posted that a while ago and since then have been told several times that this just seems to be dialect.
No, this isn't a case of a dialect difference. In some other exercises, she uses her dialects pronunciation of the plural form (ending with an "nee" sound, even though the written form ends with "na"). In this exercise, she just says the wrong thing.
Is this a time when foirfe should be used with go, like go deas or go dona?