The voice says 2ustraalyaa, but the vowels indicate 2usturaalyaa, is it tu or t?
Not sure, but I have a hard time finding an Arabic word with two consecutive vowelless consonants. It might just be that their language habits are the reason that the 't' has a vowel, even though is is pronounced so short that it is not audible.
I'm not sure, but i see أْ ( ْ upon أ )
There is a ُ above the aleph, for Uu sounds at the beginning of Australia. The ْ is above a ل not an أ...
Why sometimes i had correct answer still said not correct
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