I just listened and it sounds normal. It's accented on the final syllable so the others go by quickly. But Θ is in there.
I may be wrong but shouldn't the expression "director general" be also accepted? I think it's correct in English.
Actually I never read "general director" in English. Always *Director General"
Yes, I just checked it on Google Ngram and while both are in use "Director-General" is more prevalent. We'll add that but not remove the other since it is not being used as a title but a description.
Many thanks for your input.
Man I had to retry this exercise at least 5 times just because of that. In my language it is exclusively "director general" and it is used in English too but this exercise can't accept the evidence...
I added "Director-General" a week ago as I said I would. If you are finding the problem on Strengthen Skills that might account for it. Strengthen Skills is administrated by a Duobot which doesn't always catch up with our edits.
The pronunciation of διευθυντής here sounds strange. I don't hear θ at all.
I wrote "He is the general principal", which was corrected as "He is the general principle". I think this might be an error.
Yes, I am sorry there is a spelling mistake. I've changed it and thank you very much.