The pronounciation of V here is a bit inconsistent. I've heard VIR as oo-ee-er so I assume we're going by classical latin, but LIVIA isn't L-EE-OO-EE-A here.
It's the Classical pronunciation. I'm hearing a consistent W sound from all of the V's. Vir sounds like wir and Livia like Liwia.
Here it sounds like "libia" to me, but in "Livia non est vir" it sounds like "liwia". Both sentences with the same female speaker.
This is pronounced incorrectly. What you say here is "Libia is thighs". Please re-record this with a velar L, V as /w/, and "femina" as "fēmina" so you're not saying 'thighs'.
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I have a question: The correct order of the phrase should be: "Livia femia est" and not "Livia est femina"?
As it is written, I believe, it is a structure of English and not Latin, in this the verb is placed at the end of the simple phrase. I think so, and I see in other examples.
I do not know if it is correct. I'm learning.
Both are completely correct. Latin verbs are very often at the end of a sentence (SOV), but to be sentences like this are often SVO.