"친구의 자동차가 비슷해요."
Translation:The friend's car is similar.
Wiktionary is great for pronunciation and more specific definitions. In this case, we see 비슷하다 means "to be broadly similar". As for pronunciation, ㅂ can be /p/ at the beginning or end of a word and /b/ between vowels, ㅅ usually /s/ but becomes /t/ at the end of a word (or the end of a syllable if followed by a consonant), and when ㅎ is in the middle of a word it gets merged with the preceding consonant, if there is one, to make a voiceless aspirated stop. The 으 vowel sound in 슷 is similar in pronunciation to the Japanese u; the mouth is in the same position as for the "oo" in "tool" but the lips are unrounded. This vowel is generally unstressed, so when speaking normally it can be hard to pick up.
I'd recommend finding other sources for pronunciation of new Korean words; the text-to-speech software used in this course can be hard to understand and doesn't have a slower option. Google Translate has a pretty good Korean TTS.