It's kind of hard to distinguish between "Kennt er deinen Vater?" and "Kennt ihr deinen Vater?" :(
For some reason the robot voice pronounces them the same way which is incorrect.
I hate this voice T_T
The French one is even worse.
Italian robot sounds like its breathing.
Especially when you play the slow version.
Thanks for the warning.
Ihr SHOULD sound like "ear," and er should sound like "air," but the robot is a fool. I've been marking almost every single sentence with er as sounding incorrect, because it IS.
No, long [e:] in German sounds nearly like [i:].
Undeutlich I am from Austria and I didn't understand it as well
I think both are right in this case. If long [e:] in German sounds nearly like [i:].
I agree with this. I am fluent and misunderstanding a lot
Usually, I can tell whether or not they're saying "ihr" or "er," But this time, even when slowed, it said "iiiiiiiiiiir"
Yep. I just lost a heart because of the robot's wrong pronunciation :-)
No more hearts because of the pronunciation for me.
It always does, and that is incorrect. Er sounds more like "air."
This voice is not ok for distinguishing between ihr and er
It's hard to distinguish between "Kennt er.." and "Kennt ihr.." could someone please revise the recording?
What's the difference between kenn and weiß?
I think kenn is more of a "being acquainted" with someone sort of know, while weiß is more of a knowledge kind of knowing, such as knowing facts and stuff.
That makes sense. Thanks :)
This distinction is made in several languages. Spanish: saber v. conocer. French: savoir v. connaître. Italian: sapere v. conoscere. I'm sure it occurs in other languages, too.
She clearly said "ihr" here,not "er", I hate this. ( you can't deny it sounds more like "ear" than "air" as someone mentioned here)
Am I the only one who gets "Kennt" and "Kind" mixed up sometimes?
Nope. I do too. (And they both sound like my first name.)
But they do mean something totally different kind means childs and kennt er means does he know
Why is it 'deinen' and not ;dein'?
Ich bin schwere
Ich bin dein Vater, Luke
Why is it dinen?