Why i know all this gonna mean nothin for me once i start talking to spanish people. I can read it tho
For me, the audio says "un gato jun perro". The "j" is clear as day. But the "y" is pronounced like "ee" so I'm not sure why he says "jun"
un/una is used for the English article "a"/"an" depending on the gender of the Spanish word that follows it. While el/la is used for the English article "the" again depending on the gender of the Spanish word that follows it. Hope this helps. As in: Él niño ("the" boy) La niña ("the" girl) Un niño ("a" boy) or Una Niña ("a" girl)
Listened multiple times to hear "y" but nope, fast or not, still can't hear it.
I wrote un gato y un pero , with one r . It should have said correct , and just correct my spelling
Why does this program not listen well. I keep having the same issue. I distinctly say the sentence correctly and the program just stalls like it didn't hear me and then it flashes red like I am actually speaking Spanish to fast for it to keep up.
The word "gato" can be masculine or feminine.
If the cat is male, then you say "un gato".
If the cat is female, then you say "una gata".
If you don't know if the cat is male or female, the default is the masculine from "un gato".