She says "Mladshe". Is it how that word is pronounced for real? In this case ая = e?
It souns like Mladshee... and i sort of feel the transition "aya" to "e-e" when the vowels are less stressed.
It's just that in the audio, I can't catch the second -e. But if you tell me it's just that I need to practice more, I believe you that this audio is perfectly ok! Спасибо! :D
Actually, according to my source, the letter д is pronounced like т
Why do they use a different word for a younger sister than a younger brother?