Anyone else hearing như instead of đứa. He isnt pronounce the Đ at all. Is this normal? Like a northerner thing?
He still says "đứa", not "như" to me. Can you hear a small explosion when he pronounce this word? That's because đ represents the implosive consonant /ɗ/. Maybe he says this word too fast and you couldn't hear it clearly.
Is the 'đ' supposed to be pronaunced differently in this word, or is he just saying it too fast?
I'm strugling to hear anything but a 'nh'
Anyone else getting new vocabulary with no explanation first?
Yes, that's intentional. You're not expected to always get it right.
"trẻ" sounds like "che" and "chia" sounds like "chia". So, TR and CH sound like CH. Any specific rule, or every TR and CH sounds like CH and it must be learnt by heart?
My native wife says trẻ is tre. This guy pronounces like they do in the countryside.
I wrote the child share the bread, I forgot the final s on shares.. but that's an English issue ^^" i would have let it pass??
Or the problem is "the" before "bread"?
They added the "slow pronunciation" button but he still speaks fast
is chia sẻ a two-part word, or is there a classifier?