In different languages, different countries are said differently. For example: England in French is L'anglettere, in spanish is inglaterra and in Russian is Anglia. Same with it's language: German, deutch, nemetskiy.
The UK consists of four countries; England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. England is one country in the UK.
it really does NOT sound like the stress on inglaterra is on the second-to-last syllable in the sound bites. wassup with that?
I coulld not make out the eay "Inglaterra" was pronounced and I've lived in the border for 43 years.
Many times like this, i speak correctly but it says I didn't!! what is wrong?
How do I say "the UK", and is the UK or Inglaterra generally used for the UK?
About 1 out of 4 times when I speak the Spanish sentence (correctly, of course, because how hard is it to read?)- it is marked as wrong. And there is no choice in the "report" list to complain. Happens way too often, mostly associated with the female voice. Just sayin'.
Hello, this happens to me very often as well and I am a guy! I have been looking for a way to complain as well & have not found that as of yet. I made a similar comment about a week ago in this same discussion. Don
I always "Reply" with "audio does not sound correct", even though that isn't really the problem. I went to their website to see options of reporting problems and they gave only two- "Reply" or use the appropriate forum. Supposedly, the program creators see all the "Reports", to correct problems. I have lately tried speaking super slow with space between the words, because I think if it doesn't pick up even one little word (like an "el" or an "en"), it rejects you. Thanks for your comment!