"Do you have a horse?"
Translation:У тебя есть лошадь?
I used to think all beginners' language books were idiotic for teaching animal names at the start. Not so sure anymore, since I realized that find it easier to remember a word refering to a concrete, easily imaginable object that calls for emotions (eg "horse") than more abstract words (eg "tomorrow"). In the long term, learning frequency lists isn't necessarily the faster route. Yes, it means you can immerse yourself sooner. On the other hand, if you have huge difficulties remembering any word in the new language (as I did with Russian), easily memorable words can help get a first grasp of new sounds/ patterns.
I dont hear "л" to v, maybe the audio is messed up and has since been fixed. As for г to v, it sounds like "v" in many common words that are derived from genitive endings, and as such, is a phonetic exception. Just learn them as you go, some examples are сегодня, ничего, and кого.