"¿Puedes estar en el parque a las ocho?"
Translation:Can you be in the park at eight?
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Don't be discouraged. The female voice isn't a real person. It's computer-generated. I've complained many times to Duolingo and they apparently either aren't listening or don't care. I like the learning format of Duolingo which is why I have remained a daily user. If you aren't using the slow (1/2 speed) you may want to try that. It usually helps with the "woman's" voice and I've even had to listen to it several times, writing (translating) the sentence in small increments until I complete it. Again, stay with the program if you can. As you practice you'll see that some of the sentences are repeated many times, so you will become more familiar with what's being said.
If you can, get a headset. I have compromised hearing and always wear a headset, sometimes in conjunction with my hearing aids, and I still sometimes have difficulty understanding the "female" voice. I've been using Duolingo for less than 6 months and, for me, it really does get better. Also, if you aren't already, do the stories. You should be able to understand those "voices" a little better.