I don't think it's recorded. It's a "robot'". However, this reminds me that there is a male voice used in either the French or German units that I found MUCH easier to understand than the woman's voice. It would be nice if they used his voice instead. His voice just seemed clearer.
So the robot is just mixed together of sounds and was never recorded from the woman's voice at all?
Because when her pronounciation is this unclear, they should either accept both or do the lesson over again. The weird part is that it's only in some sentences she uses "barnet" ("the child") where it sounds like "barna" ("the children").
actually (not trying to be rude or anything) I'm American and everyone I know and have known (like ever in the world) does it too except for nerds (they sometimes feel the need to emphasise every letter) if id known you were a brit id have just referenced it w/ your accent but, thinking you were some other language I just automatically thought of my own accent. : D :D :D :D