It sounds weird the way it's pronounced here but I checked forvo and it is pronounced the way Garrett says.
Are there any circumstances where either kurz or klein are preferred over each other?
Mostly in the same cases when a short or small are preferred over each other.
"In kurzer Zeit" — "In a short time". "Die kurze Strecke" — "The short distance" or "The short route". "Das kleine Kind" — "The small child"
In other words. "short"/"kurz" is used when the object is smaller in one of the dimensions. And "small"/"klein" - when it's smaller in all dimensions.
der Mann = the man (singular); die Männer = the men (plural). You need to use "die" for plural nouns.
you would say "der mann" because it is only one man (singular) but it is "die männer" because it is more than one man (plural) because "die" is always used for plural nouns
The program has a problem recognizing when I pronounce "Die". Asked several germans.
The translation says " the men are small ". Would "the men are short / little "be correct too? Or does it depend on the subject?
Klein here only depicts the man's size like he's short or thin? or indicates that he's young?
"The men are small" doesn't really make sense... I don't know why I typed "the men are calm" ... that was quite dumb
Can klein refer to the character of the men or just their physical stature?