I typed my son is 17, making a typo and it was marked correct. Clearly not
So unclear at both speeds. How was one to know it was sechzehn and not some new word that sounded like wechsehn?
Of course, having guessed then seen the answer, but the point is that standard pronounciation should be used for teaching purposes, not weird regional accents or, as seems often to be the case here, badly distorted recordings.
because "sun" is the big yellow thing over our haeds shining on the world. You should try word "son"
It's weird how there's huge glowing thing in the sky we're not supposed to look at
Absolutely. Jk means just kidding so the original commenter knew very well that he shouldn't have written sun :)