The speech is quite quick here.
it's also much quieter than the man's voice.
I agree. The woman's voice throughout the whole course is too quiet and the words fade away. It often leaves me just guessing what she said. My answers are often wrong when she speaks because of this.
to break it down: ani medaberet anglit, but she says it naturally the way people say it in israel that's why it sounds like it's one shot
Yes, it sounded unnaturally speeded up.
She turned Eminem in a second.
wow, does Israeli's speak that fast? I mean i understood, but dang that was fast
they do and that's why for learning purposes i think duo team should seperate word in their recorded speech
In homelanguage you usualy speak fadt because you speak on subcontionuos.
Take it easy, Eminem !
Aní medabéret anglít.
I think she should say that just a little bit faster
It's too fast for me to understand.
Agreed. There should be a slowed version of it as well for those who cannot understand.
So if a male wanted to say this they would say
אני מדבר אנגלית.
without the tav on the verb?
It's very difficult to hear the woman's voice. It's not the same volume as the man or the sound effects. I also find it very fast!
I learnt it from a book. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5035TY5RSpg
litttle bit too fast
Any medaberet anglyt. Rightio.
"I do speak English" should be counted as correct
I don't think so. This is an emphatic phrase in English, and there are parallel ways to make the Hebrew emphatic.
It would be better with the vowel system.