The audio doesn't clearly say 'Li', making it a bit difficult
I can't hear Li in that audio at all.
It's just audible after the 是. The "L" is pronouned but the "i" hardly at all, it's slurred into the yi1. I'm not sure if this is a quirk of the recording or how a native would really pronounce it.
The audio (both the fast and slow one) seem to say 这是个医生。
Both "Dr." and "Doctor" should be acceptable answers
For the love of God, except "Lee" as the alternative spelling for "Li"
I agree. Report it.
And also Lai, Lei, Ley and any other way someone might decide to interpret thr Chinese character as.
Still can't hear Li/Lee.
Don't we need ti use 个 here?
Doctor Who ?
I'm having troubles identifing "this" and "that"
Did you figure out a solution
这 = this, 那 = that, I think.
Is this good as a solution for you? Cheers
Why is it not "Here is Doctor Li"?
I agree, Jui the first word stands for"this" or "here's" which is abbreviated for "here is" in this context ether Here's Dr. Li or Here is Dr. Li. should be correct. But what do I know...
I agree, "Li" was skipped.
I don't mind getting corrected, but when I get dinked for a small typo or this. Makes one think...
I did not hear clearly, it was confusing.
very difficult to understand.