I found the audio to be fine. Weird at first because the slow version played and it is super slow compared to what I am used to in the Spanish lessons, but I heard everything perfectly.
Wrote "milk and bread" but said the answer was incorrect and should be "milk and bread"... Um?
I type "a milk and a bread" but it was wrong. I wonder where to use a/an and where not. I know hay Polish and Czech do not use it but English require it.
Both milk and bread are uncountable. You can count the containers that contain milk and you can count loaves of bread.