Can someone tell me why the answer "something important" would be marked as incorrect? شَيْء مُهِمّ
"Something important" should be accepted.
I always hear something like 'un' between the two words in the fast version. In the slow version not. I don't understand why. Can someone explain?
I read in another thread that is an indefinite article or something similar that is usually not written. The text-to-speech program adds it automatically although it shouldn't be there.
It should be there except for the last word in a sentence.
The speaker is pronouncing this word wrong, or maybe in a local dialect. She is distinctly saying "Shayp," but there is no "p" sound in Arabic, and the word should be pronounced just "Shay"
It may be the Hamza vowel. Looks like that ² which is causing slight tweak in sound.
I don't hear a "p"
there's no P, it's just a hamza at the end of the word that makes it sound like that
Shay in means thing?