Translation:I am eating a chili pepper.
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Azeeʼdíchʼííʼ simply means chili pepper in general, any variety of which descend from the chili peppers cultivated originally in modern day Mexico. In American English we call them chili peppers or hot chili peppers interchangeably, although the "hot" is often added to distinguish them from varieties bell peppers or sweet peppers that were cultivated from the same plants.
I doubt there's a Navajo TTS already out there, simply because there's not a large enough userbase to interest the companies that make them, unfortunately.
Some of the questions in the first module had recorded samples, so perhaps they're working on populating the rest of the course with those.
I do wish they had tips explaining how to pronounce the letters, though.
Yeah even just tips on pronunciation or a pronunciation guide for each letter and accent would be amazing. I'm not really sure why they didn't just record audio for every lesson, though. They obviously sat someone down to record for a bit but then stopped. I'm guessing maybe they stopped because there are bigger issues with the course that need fixing first before they add pronunciation. Then again, it's been two years and nothing has changed.