"Păsările cântă imediat ce vine dimineața."
Translation:The birds sing as soon as the morning comes.
"Ce" usually means "what" but you were supposed to learn what "imediat ce" means. The example is horrible though; as usual... It is grammatically correct but useless since no one ever speaks like that. The closest natural sentence would be "Păsarile încep să cânte de îndată ce se face dimineață".
Yes, Louis, if you go back to the first lessons you will find details of the pronunciation of the letter ă but as with English you will find some variation in how it sounds in the middle or end of a word or with the adjacent consonants. When you say it sounds like porserile that is open to interpretation, I know what you mean because i have heard the DL versions, but I look at porserile which is not, to my knowledge, an English word and could hear myself pronouncing it "pour sir I'll" which of course is not what you meant... I find it is best just to listen to and imitate as many different voices saying the word as possible.