Note: This course shows the word for 'city' as 'urbe.' It is not 'urbe' in the nominative; this is the ablative form of the word 'urbs, urbis,' 3rd decl. f, which is the word for 'city' - urbs in the nominative. The preposition 'in' in this case takes the ablative; if the boy was going into the city, this preposition would take the accusative - 'urbem.' Puer in urbem it. The boy goes into the city. Puer in urbe dormit. The boy sleeps in the city.
Volgav vitsenanieff nivya kevach varatsach.
I do not have any pre knowledge of latin, but to me the audio seems clear enough, and much better with human voices recorded than with robots making soundtracks (I began Russian class, but the robot audio was sadly not so good...). As classical Latin is not spoken today I guess it is unsurtenty about pronaunciation rules (or not?). But if clear rules that you know of are violated, and you hear it, please report so that they can improve to everybody's benefit.