Translation:Are the rivers beside the sea shallow?
Look, vowel clusters with i are often realized with j glides. j (and hence ly which is the same sound) could be interpreted as an i semivowel, like in Romanian. Now the speaker "underarticulated" é a little bit so that glide that ly is shifted the whole sound towards í. And there we are - as I said, something like íek and íjek would sound (near) identical in Hungarian. If it were a bit better articulated, it would sound almost like sekéek (obviously a bit softer around é and e) and that would be about fine.