Try putting the microphone farther away from your mouth, I find that the program detects the words more easily that way.
It's the program behind the mic that fails. You can see the levels register, then you click to stop for your grade and it just sits. You have to start the whole lesson all over again.
"seh" but the t can be pronounced if the next word begins with a vowel, and may or may not be pronounced in certain dialects
no, it's really it's a girl Because ''c'est'' is like this in the complete form > Cela (cela>ce>c') est, and ''ce'' is something , so we don't know what it is, so it's ''IT''
Actually in this situation it is "she" Have a look at this: http://www.frenchtoday.com/blog/cest-versus-il-elle-est
Yes. If you're concerned about hearing the "t" sound, it's called liaison - the final consonant is sounded because the next word begins with a vowel.
As has already been discussed more than once on this page, the pronunciation is quite correct.
Okay, I put 'cette une fille' (that one girl) when I heard it. I understand what liaison is... I guess you can tell by context. Anybody else have ideas on this?
"Cette une fille" isn't a French construction. "Cette fille" = "That girl"; "Une fille" = "one girl". If you really needed to convey "that one girl", I believe it might be something like "cette seule fille", but I'm not positive. Francophones?
Actually, "She is a girl" is perfectly correct. Please see: http://www.frenchtoday.com/blog/cest-versus-il-elle-est
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It's a girl sounds like declaring gender of a baby that is just born. Only correct translation should be "She is a girl."
Please the female voice it's haed for me to pronounce, could i male voice be added?
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