"You are from Germany, Judy."
Translation:أَنْتِ مِن أَلْمانْيا يا جودي.
The audio pronounces "anta"أنتَ ('you' when referring to a man) and "anti"أنتِ ('you' when referring to a women) as "ant". Is the audio being cut off or something?
That is the marker for vocative case. Whenever you address a person directly, you say "ya" before the name.