Why, when this sentence uses "the" for tea, was I marked wrong earlier for using "the"? Can you use either or is this a mistake?
As explained in the 'Hints and Tips' for this section, na (when it means 'than') causes an aspirate mutation of the following word, so te changes to the.
I'm assuming that a proper pronunciation of "the" isn't like the english definite article. I thought it should be closer to "thay" (with "th" sounding more like how it sounds in bath or with). Would that be correct?
We have now deleted the sound for this sentence in the database, although it may take some time to take effect in the system.