When I hear both words, it sounds like an extra letter or word between them. Anyone else?
It's the tenuin, a sound which gives the grammatical function of the word (a noun when it's a "oun", I think). It's quite confusing when you hear it and don't know what it's about but it will probably be in a later lesson.
Yeah, they're adding in this -un ending. It basically makes the noun indefinite, like "a garage" instead of "the garage" (which would be al-karaaj). The 'u' part of -un also shows the noun's case, which shows how the noun functions in the sentence, but it's not really relevant to know until we get longer sentences.
You're not crazy theres a "oon" sound at the end from a harakah you don't see (im 80% sure) Dont ask me why though...i have no clue
Yeah me too, is this just a pronunciation issue because of the two words or is there something wrong the audio?
yeah, most languages are smaller for new comers but this is how most written material will be like, you will get used to this, but most of the time you will be able to resize it.
Hey, thanks for the answer! I totally thought so but had to make sure :)