Should not be thank you equal answer?
It sure should.
Type in Russian not English
What if I don't have a microfone
The inflection here is a little strange. When I do the whole sentence it sounds like 'спасибо' but when I just listen to the word it sounds like 'спасибо.' The stress seems to shift.
The italics made it less clear, but the first one the 'и' is stressed, second one 'а.'
The и should be stressed in all cases, I think, not sure why it would stress the a.
It sounds fine to me on 9/19/2019
I did not hear Tom, anyone else?
The t sounded like a d sound to me.
I'm pretty sure the t and d are pronounced in the same place, up against the back of the teeth, so that would make sense
Thanks, I love the program. Just have to work at it.
Does "thank-you" change ending depending on the gender of the speaker?
Nope, it is not like in Portuguese
Spasibo(thanks) sound like spicy bo
As someone previously mentioned, the accent is on the correct syllable when you listen to the whole sentence, but on the incorrect syllable when you listen to спасибо by itself. Hope they can get this fixed.
You should be able to turn the microphone back on
How do you tell the difference between 'Thanks' and Thank you' in Russian? Or are they just the same and you just pick one?
Thank you should be om
I had time to type спасибо, before the narrator even got to "Tom". There are still some improvement to do with these audios...
Is it just me or does anyone else hear a short "i" after the first "a", like "спайциба"?
I said thanku tom
Spicy bae, Tom