I feel that the robot voice doesn't put enough emphasis on the "a" in "Una", therefore it sounds like "un ensalada", and not the correct "una ensalada"
See, I'm new to Spanish, but I'm catching up really quickly and testing out seems like a waste of perfectly good practice time.... so to each their own I suppose. If you know enough to be confident, skip it, but personally, I'll keep on repeating the same lessons until I know what I'm saying is, at the very least, grammatically correct.
Makes me mad that it says my answer is wrong, but i have the exact thing they say is correct.
I keep putting in the correct answer, but it's still telling me that I am wrong. Why?
I just bought a new computer and the keyboard does not type when I try and answer in the block for the answer in Spanish. The other type of responses work fine.
I typed " a salad" and still said I was wrong. If anyone has this problem then dont worry you're not the only one.
I have just put it in, and its saying that I am wrong, they need to get this sorted.
English translation seems far more effective than just spelling what you hear.