"Ce sont mes fils."
Translation:They are my sons.
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When talking about "son" or "sons", the French words are "fils" (son) and "fils" (sons). No spelling or pronunciation change. The word "fils" (son/sons) should be pronounced FIS. Pronounce the "s", don't pronounce the "l". As for this example, the audio does NOT match the English sentence. The audio sounds as though they are looking for the translation "They are my threads". The word "fils" (pronounce the "l", not the "s") means threads or strings. Hope you aren't too confused now!
Edit: Duo is well aware of the problem (see Remy's post), please don't report it anymore.