I'm super confused . 1st of all the ' tu ' isn't't accented and this doesn't inform you what type of ticket this is . It could be talking about a car or a plane ticket it doesn't suggest its either please can somebody tell me because you wouldn't be saying this in neither occasions
Debra, there are two issues here. The first is that the voice quality is not that good. The second is that we learners are not used to Spanish sounds.
We can't do anything about the first issue. The voices are from a text-to-speech program. While they are not great in quality, they are satisfactory. The quality is good enough to learn Spanish sounds and words. Don't believe me? Go to the Spanish > English course in Duolingo. The voices are in English there, are also TTS, and I think you will find them to be perfectly understandable.
So that leaves us with the Spanish sounds. They are different from English sounds! I don't know if you find this surprising or not, but many learners struggle mightily with the Spanish sounds. Spanish speakers have a very strong Spanish accent, and it is hard to get used to. Duolingo knows this and has made many "Type what you hear" exercises to help us get used to them.
In short, the speech is not great but of sufficient quality to learn Spanish sounds. Many of those sounds are unfamiliar, though, so we have to practice listening to them (and also saying them).
Why is it when I pronounce that I have the worst time saying the words with the exact pronunciation? I say them and say them and say them but you do not accept when I say them and I don't get it because I'm pronouncing them correctly it's more question of the tone of my voice as I pronounce them and that's just weird.