the female voice speaks the "oui" correctly, but I have no idea why the male voice has that pronunciation - it seems very wrong, but then I'm not French.
Different accent... For example, in france "oui" is said "we" but in Québec, "oui" is said "way"
I give you a brilliant lingot for such a good question. I just hear a bad text-to-speech engine result. Who knows, maybe is intentioned to improve our ear :)
French people (apparently) also used to say "garçon" for "waiter", but these days it's considered rude, so they just say "monsieur".
In Romania we use "garçon" for "waiter", too. But not in a good way :) . It' s not polite to call smb like that :)
Is there a way on an Android phone keyboard to type the appropriate "c" in garcon?
Yes, press and hold down on the "c" button and a selection panel with "ç" will pop up.
Hold down the 'c' key on your phone keyboard - alternatively on the PC you may hold down the 'altGR' key depending on what is called your keyboard layout.
You must have made some mistake. Unfortunately, without a screenshot of your answer, it is not possible to tell. :-)
It happened to me as well. I think this is a bug with the app. https://drive.google.com/file/d/19oGboGc_GAlEv8ZeBcEigzJihZKG7kyl/view?usp=drivesdk
The "slow" voice says "oui, je suis une femme" while the "fast" voice says "oui, je suis un garçon". Clearly a bug
I litterally got it right but i didnt capitalize the 'i' so i got it wrong
When you're writing French; no. But French people nowadays usually say 'je suis' quickly, and it sounds like 'chuis'.
i put this as my answer and it marked it wrong... i would like to know what happened here lol
It doesn't give me the option to turn off sound and Im faking the test