The pronunciation of mot is incorrect
No, not incorrect. Just a bit less clear. It sounds like "motn", but this often happens. I think it's an effect of the tone and the final consonant. You often hear it for this speaker and the word for "one".
Why would there be a speaker whose pronunciation is not clear?
There are always speakers with a less clear / less standard pronunciation.
I think they're asking why this speaker was chosen for this course.
So what is the correct pronunciation?
It's wrong. It should not sound like "motn." He pronounces it correctly when it's not the first word in other sentences. This is a glitch or error.
it is correct! :)
sounds like 勇敢 yong gan
He's pronouncing một as /moon/. This is strictly a northern accent thing. No where else do people pronounce it like this.
What is the point of cảm in the sentence?
Is it just me, or is dũng pronounced with a /s/-sound?
Yes, Vietnamese d is pronounced /z/.
Northern Vietnamese* d.
Oops, yes, northern. In Southern Vietnamese it's /j/.
Yeah, but it’s not a /z/, it’s clearly voiceless.
I think it should be like z. Same as in the earlier word dơi (bat).
Between "Hello, I am lost" and "A brave fish" which one do yout hink will be more useful if you find yourself in Vietnam?
"A brave fish" probably. What do you think is more important, being lost or seeing an extraordinarily brave fish?
What is the word brave in this sentence?