Just the audio. "Copii" shouldn't have been pronounced with that "n" at the final
Yes the audio trips me up really bad. It does sound like it ends with an n.
often "has", just like "have", are also combined with the word before it. so "she's children" can be correct, just a shorter form of "she has children". it can be confusing though, i agree, haha.
For possesive "to have", it is contracted. Only auxiliary verbs are contracted
It says Erra coppi rlly. Theres no space between Ea are and it doesn't says Ea are coppi it says Eare copi ... This is a bad thing