Translation:She is at home because she wants to sleep.
How in the world am I to tell the difference between "Anna" and "Она" when the voice can't pronounce the words with the proper stress anyway? I am continually fighting with the fact that the speaker does not properly speak the language and garbles so many of the words. Not that I am being graded or something but it is irritating. I am somewhat competitive in nature and feel that speed is the ONLY thing that really counts to this. If I spend any time trying to actually LEARN it I am penalized because the points given are the same whether I get anything right or not and I have discovered that the further I get in this the harder everything is but the points given out are the same as for the beginning lessons so - what do I do, just start another language for the heck of it to get cheap points? It seems like the only way to get ahead other than to just forget about being competitive and concentrate on learning but it would really be more fun (and beneficial) if points were given more fairly and, if the students were actually given the means to contact other students and make friends and friendly enemies. Learning is SO much more fun if you have friends to compete with and can put faces to your competitors (even if they cheat and don't put up their real faces. One never knows unless someone tells (much like FB or other social media sites - we THINK the person looks like the picture BUT we never really know unless we're told somehow and it really makes no difference as long as it is just the camaraderie between the learners.