The speakers says "huta tayarisha" which means he wont prepare" but the actual word is "hutayarisha" which means he will prepare. Hope Duo fixes this error.
hutayarisha : he prepares. ta is belonging here to the stem.
Listen carefully and you will hear that he says HU-TA-TA-YA-RI-SHA . you will not prepare. Reported 11 Jul 2019
I can distinctly hear two "ta"s: "hutatayarisha" is what he says, which I think means "you will not prepare"
Don't the Tips & Notes say that the hu- form must be used with a noun or pronoun as a subject? Doesn't this sentence also mean "I prepare", "You prepare" etc?
Audio still incorrect. Reported.