Also "he goes" should be accepted, as in "er geht nach Hause"
The recording at normal speed does not sound anything like 'Er geht' but more like 'verbate'. This difference in pronunciation seems to happen quite often. Is it just me?
No. I stopped trying to figure out the spoken words because they are often muffled and mushy and very hard to decipher. A waste of time so I just keep going on to other things.
What does this mean?
"Er geht" means in English "He is going" Eg. "Er geht hach Hause" = "he is going home".
Sounds like "der" to me instead of "er."
This one sounds awful, I don't think she says geht
I don't get it, why does everyone have trouble hearing it correctly? I heard it just fine.