In the audio, the final i's are pronounced as separate words in both filii and mei, which is wrong.
Yes, you are quite right. There are no glottal stops (a glottal stop being that gap in the middle of "uh-oh") in Latin, except, I would guess, in the traditional German pronunciation.
Why is there an e at the end of Roma?
Roma = Rome
Romae = in Rome
I hate myself, it looks like i'll never learn latin
The person who voiced this sentence should be fired
I'm not sure they are being paid for that's one thing. The other is that no one is 100% sure how to pronounce Latin. It's all just an educated guess.
I doubt myself a little with this one. Is 'mei' genitive and 'filii' nominative in this sentence?
Mei is the masculine nominative plural form of the adjective meus,-a,-um. It is modifing filii, which is indeed nominative plural as it is the subject of the sentence.
Fílií meí Rómæ habitant.
Is it just me or does filii sound like filiae in the audio.