https://ru.forvo.com/word/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%BB%D0%BA%D0%B0/ The recording is incorrect. Compare it to the natives
Has anyone else noticed this about the audio? At spoken speed, the sentence sounds quite distinctly like: Где МОЕЙ вилка. But at slower speed, the audio sounds correct (моя). This is just an example of something which occurs with some regularity. Perhaps there is a glitch in the system? Thanks for your work on this course.
Duo's computer-generated voicing is pretty good, but the Russian version seems really haphazard and unreliable. Not to mention the fact that in other programs, where they have videos of people saying words, actual live Russians pronounce words with some remarkable differences. I start off by pronouncing the words according to the "correct" alphabetical sounds, then listen to the audio and see what happens to it.
Russian really takes developing a very refined ear for aural differences. But then, the differences I hear on videos makes me wonder whether there isn't a strong component of word order and traditional phrase construction. That happens all the time in English, e.g. " 'sup?" when pronounced can be understood by most people in the US as "What's up?" = "What's happening?"