Why the heck does it sound like she is saying "...a la universidad..." in the fast version. I thought it was strange when it is "...en la..." always elsewere, but I didn't bother listening to the slow version. Anyone else that can't here the "en" but "a" instead?
Me too. Usually when I hear the wrong thing to begin with I can hear the right thing when I go back and listen again, but not in this case. Not only can I not hear the n but the vowel sounds like a rather than e.
Re: "Yo tengo seis clases en la universidad."
Jennika985026: Without seeing what you wrote, it's difficult to determine what went wrong. ("Sin ver lo que escribió, es difícil determinar qué salió mal.")
yoashmo: I am surprised that it is accepted because "college" and "university" are not the same. A university is made up of various colleges; e.g., (engineering, architecture, pharmacy, mathematics, liberal arts, etc.).