So the ę piętnaście is pronounced unaccented, like a regular e? Is there a rule to this, as the ę sounding e seems to be a common exception.
ę sounding like "e" is for the end of word. ( it is either a rule or something very common depending on the book you are reading)
ę before "t" often can sound like "en" but here it would be "ntn".
Piętnaście sounded like jednascie on my phone, even on slow mo. Very annoying!
There is no doubt the sound is wrong! I clearly hear 'jednaście trzysnaście' ?????????????????????
I have to enter the 'Correct answer' in order to proceed, however i do not hear this!
i should record this sound as a file and send it to you, however I do not know how to but there must be a way. You surely must have a different sound source, what I hear is very clear, i am not the only one to comment about this.
I have to agree with stevenprob. On slow, it is not clear and the ę is not pronounced en. Fast, it sounds like jednaście
OK, after a few more listens I guess I can imagine it can kinda sound like "jednaście". I will disable the audio exercises, so you won't get the 'type what you hear' exercises anymore.