You're right, it could be better for the « c'est », even though it's understandable. But the real problem is with « porc »: we don't pronounce the final « c », and that's a really bad mistake.
Aurelienche, are you saying that the proper pronunciation of <<Porc>> in this case is to not have the hard 'c' sound?
Would you only pronounce the "c" with a hard "ck" sound when chaining as in "La porc est super"?
What about in the case of "La porc, c'est super"?
Duolingo does make mistakes, and in porc the final c is NOT pronounced. Duolingo's pronunciation of LA SOUPE in French is equally terrible. It is not supposed to sound like soup in English. I am fully bilingual from Quebec, my mother is a native French speaker
Why is it << Du porc >> and not << Un porc >> I thought we should use << du >> for not countable objects?
To me it sounded like she was saying "fait" du porc, even though the spelling/grammar on my behalf is likely incorrect. :s
My answer was "There is some pork.", and it was marked wrong. May I ask how to say "There is some pork" in French. In English, there is a difference between "It is" and "there is". The former is used in any location, while the latter has specific location.