I agree that "wird" sound like "wilt." Every time. Many words she says throw me off. I will say, however, that if I think about the meaning of the sentence, rather just typing the words I think I hear, it becomes clear which word I need to use. I don't know if I said that clearly, but I hope so. In other words, I actually have to ask myself "what is she saying?"
My problem with this sentence above is that the answer they gave as correct is: Would you like to introduce us? What I wrote was: Will you introduce us. And I was marked wrong because there is a difference between "willst" (would you like to) and "wirst" (will you). But I'm slow to learn :)
"willst" is 2nd person singular of "wollen"="want (to)". The English "will" forms the future tense and in German future tense is formed with "werden". So, Will you introduce us? = Wirst du uns vorstellen?
I guess there can be some mix-up, since "will" is in some circumstances used with the meaning of "want (to)".
Will is very often used used in polite English to mean "do you want to", and as a naturally polite person, I keep translating german wollen to English will. Its extremely annoying to be constantly marked wrong on these examples. I agree it doesn't always translate that way , this is one case where I'd nearly always say "Will you introduce us" ...
"Willst du wir das vorstellen" is not a sentence. Both "du" and "wir" are subjects, so they can't both be there. If you mean "Willst du uns das vorstellen," that would mean the same as "Willst du das uns vorstellen," though the latter would be much better phrasing.
Though I must say either sentence doesn't make much sense. You can't really introduce a thing ("das") to someone. Something like "Willst du ihn uns vorstellen" would make a bit more sense.
I wonder what is the context of "Would you like to introduce us?"
A) you (one person) do an introduction of us (few people as object, including the "you"). B) you (one person) do an introduction of us (few people as object, excluding the "you"). C) you (one person) do an introduction of something to us (few people as audiences).