She sounds as though she is saying mettre? Not Lettre :S.
I was thinking "cette"
It's almost impossible for me to differentiate 'une' with 'un'. Does anyone have an advice on how to?
they are pronounced differently. Une is like un in Spanish and un is more like uh but more nasal.
un for musculine and une feminine.But if you ask about robot`s pnonounciation,I have the same question)
You have to learn them. Generally words ending in 'e' are feminine, but not always.
Does anyone have pronunciation advice on this. I keep getting held up by c'est in particular.
C is pronounced like s. the final st is not pronounced. so it is pronounced like "seh" If the next word is a vowel
then I think the t is pronounced and hooked to the next word.
The audio is not clear at all. C'est terrible! (but I suppose it sounds real in any case, so it's the proper experience)
Question: I know it's a letter, like a note. But can "lettre" also mean letters, like a, b, c?
Yes. For example; "lettres majuscules" = upper case letters.